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Wine of the Dreamers

by John D. MacDonald

Condition: Very Good


CT: Fawcett Gold Medal. Very Good. 1951. Softcover. Copyright 1951, later reprint. Cover has light edge and corner wear, a few small creases, age tanning to covers and page edges. Pages are all intact and clean other than name written small on first endpage. A new dimension in science fiction by the author of the Travis McGee series. (130os,0514) ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 175 pages .

Wine of the Dreamers is a 1951 science fiction novel written by John D. MacDonald. Wine of the Dreamers was his first sci-fi novel and one of his earliest published novels altogether. Though he later also wrote the science fiction novels Ballroom of the Skies and The Girl, the Gold Watch & Everything, MacDonald was primarily a writer of mysteries. A later version was published under the name Planet of the Dreamers before reverting to the original title upon further printings.




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