My Review of Spacehounds of IPC

Spacehounds of IPC (Pyramid SF, T2618)

Spacehounds of IPC by E.E. “Doc” Smith

My rating: 3 of 5 stars


The Spacehounds of IPC is the kind of book you could write back in the classic pulp age when everything was possible. The solar system could have many different intelligent species, and some of them could have six-fold symmetry. Jupiter’s moons could have life and breathable atmospheres. The first half is “Robinson Crusoe” experience, followed by a good bit of space opera. This is an example of the kind fiction written by people like Smith, John W. Campbell, and Edmund Hamilton.

I read this as part of a collection “The Works of E.E. “Doc” Smith”



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