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From one of the most prestigious literary science fiction writers in modern times, Robert Silverberg's Hunters in the Forest explores a distant future where vacationers travel back to the time of dinosaurs. After a chance meeting, Tom Mallory questions whether or not to return to civilization - with all its trappings and conveniences. Mallory must choose between an artificial life and a natural one.
©1991 by Agberg, Ltd.
(P)2001 Random House, Inc.

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  • Adam Bailey
  • 31-03-12

Lovin' that Silverberg!!!

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Hahaha, HILARIOUS; in a disturbed kind of way ;^D. Silverberg is one of my favorites and this story was Great. Must. Read. More. Silverberg!!!

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  • Dean
  • 23-09-03

Hunters in the Forest (unabridged)

Robert Silverberg's masterly short piece. Leading the reader / listener down what appears a predictable path, only to end with the totally unpredictable. A great imagination.

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  • MickeyMarie
  • 02-02-13

Not Silverberg at his best

The story was okay until I saw that it was in fact just a gag. Silverberg is better than trick fiction and this short does not do just to his skill at developing worlds and characters.

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