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Space Creatures! Do you like to be scared? Do space monsters and evil robots give you a shivery smile? Do you think it's possible that there is life in outer space? Then open this book, because inside is a collection of the best, most frightening monsters from science fiction movies, television, and books: *the Horla, an invisible monster that lives on human beings *the triff Space Creatures! Do you like to be scared? Do space monsters and evil robots give you a shivery smile? Do you think it's possible that there is life in outer space? Then open this book, because inside is a collection of the best, most frightening monsters from science fiction movies, television, and books: *the Horla, an invisible monster that lives on human beings *the triffids, giant killer plants *the Blob, a gooey people-eating monster from outer-space *the Cylons, villainous robots *and many more--androids, aliens, Martians, creatures from UFOs, and even evil machines! Whether you're a science fiction fan or a monster fan, you'll enjoy this book, but don't read it after dark!


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Space Creatures! Do you like to be scared? Do space monsters and evil robots give you a shivery smile? Do you think it's possible that there is life in outer space? Then open this book, because inside is a collection of the best, most frightening monsters from science fiction movies, television, and books: *the Horla, an invisible monster that lives on human beings *the triff Space Creatures! Do you like to be scared? Do space monsters and evil robots give you a shivery smile? Do you think it's possible that there is life in outer space? Then open this book, because inside is a collection of the best, most frightening monsters from science fiction movies, television, and books: *the Horla, an invisible monster that lives on human beings *the triffids, giant killer plants *the Blob, a gooey people-eating monster from outer-space *the Cylons, villainous robots *and many more--androids, aliens, Martians, creatures from UFOs, and even evil machines! Whether you're a science fiction fan or a monster fan, you'll enjoy this book, but don't read it after dark!

41 review for Science Fiction's Greatest Monsters

  1. 5 out of 5

    R.A. Brewster

    Not a deep dive into the creatures of the silver screen, more a quick touch on the classic monsters. Obviously written for a younger set of eyes, it doesn't fail to entertain. Though some better categorizing would have helped the flow of the book. Not a deep dive into the creatures of the silver screen, more a quick touch on the classic monsters. Obviously written for a younger set of eyes, it doesn't fail to entertain. Though some better categorizing would have helped the flow of the book.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Joseph

    Not bad for the time. There is no mention of Godzilla and by the 1980's this would have been a glaring omission. Not bad for the time. There is no mention of Godzilla and by the 1980's this would have been a glaring omission.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Nick

    Ass-backwards synopses of The Day the Earth Stood Still, Dr. Who, the Star Trek episode "Mudd's Women" (which is about prostitutes, so I guess the transgression is forgivable in a kids' book, but why not choose a different episode?), plus he called the '62 B-movie classic "Journey to the Seventh Planet" by the incorrect "Voyage to the Seventh Planet." Undoubtedly there are many more errors that I didn't catch because I haven't seen the movie or because I skipped over the section entirely because Ass-backwards synopses of The Day the Earth Stood Still, Dr. Who, the Star Trek episode "Mudd's Women" (which is about prostitutes, so I guess the transgression is forgivable in a kids' book, but why not choose a different episode?), plus he called the '62 B-movie classic "Journey to the Seventh Planet" by the incorrect "Voyage to the Seventh Planet." Undoubtedly there are many more errors that I didn't catch because I haven't seen the movie or because I skipped over the section entirely because it was nothing more than a spoiling of the movie's plot, or both. A geeky kid might get some fun out of it. Use the index as a checklist of classic sci-fi films.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Fizzgig76

    Cohen looks at monsters & aliens from movies, television, and books. I liked this book when I was little because it talked about a lot of different movies, books, and television shows. It is so badly written however and almost becomes stream of consciousness because Cohen seems to have no rhyme or reason to the path of his discussion.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Dan Schwent

    Without a doubt, Daniel Cohen was a favorite author of mine in the fourth grade. Every time there was a book fair at school, I'd plunk down my hard earned green for one of his books about monsters. He was my introduction into cryptozoology at a young age, as well as ghost stories and movie monsters. Without a doubt, Daniel Cohen was a favorite author of mine in the fourth grade. Every time there was a book fair at school, I'd plunk down my hard earned green for one of his books about monsters. He was my introduction into cryptozoology at a young age, as well as ghost stories and movie monsters.

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