Beardless Warriors - Richard Matheson Reviews
Description:ISBN 765361191 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Richard Matheson / Edition: Reprint / Mass Market Paperback / 319 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Richard Matheson Beardless Warriors
Pages: 319, Edition: Reprint, Mass Market Paperback, Tor Books
Last Update 08.12.2013 23:32
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by - written on 11/02/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I enjoy the odd war movie, usually the older ones - but I haven't ever really read much fiction with a military theme. I would never in a million years have picked this book up if not for one detail. It was written by Richard Matheson. Matheson is probably best known for his work with Hollywood, either through novels that later became movies such as The Box, Stir of Echoes, Somewhere in Time and Hell House, as well as his work on famous television series - most notably The Twilight Zone but his name appears in the credits of countless television and movie scripts. For all his fame though, I had never read any of his work until recently, starting with perhaps his most .. Read the complete review
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