The Last Lonely Man: In a world without fear of death, no one had to be alone... except the one man who took friendship a step too far.
An Elixer Fot The Emperor: It was an ingenious ploy in Roman politics... until Caesar actually got what he asked for!
The Totally Rich: Their wealth could buy anything imaginable, except what their hearts most desired...
What Friends Are For: He was the best designed child money could buy - and every parent's nightmare. But then he found a friend... AND LOTS MORE!
- The Totally Rich (1963)
- The Last Lonely Man (1964)
- Galactic Consumer Report No. 1: Inexpensive Time Machines (1965)
- Fair (1956) (as by Keith Woodcott)
- Such Stuff (1962)
- Galactic Consumer Report No. 2: Automatic Twin-Tube Wishing Machines (1966)
- Tracking with Close-Ups (21) and (23) (1988)
- X-Hero (1988)
- No Future in It (1955)
- Galactic Consumer Report No. 3: A Survey of the Membership (1967)
- What Friends Are For (1974)
- The Taste of the Dish and the Savor of the Day (1977)
- Galactic Consumer Report No. 4 (1988)
- The Man Who Saw the Thousand-Year Reich (1981)
- An Elixir for the Emperor (1964)
- The Suicide of Man (1978)
- The Vitanuls (1967)
Original title: The Best of John Brunner
Genre: Fiction→ Science Fiction
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