Publisher's Letter, Oct. 17, 1955

Dear TIME-Reader:

PERHAPS you've already seen these two newly published books at your bookstore —on different shelves. One is an exciting record of progress in modern science; the other a fiendish satire on modern man's loss of identity. What they have in common is that both are the work of TIME editors.

As its title broadly hints, The TIME Book of Science is made up of the best science stories that have appeared in this magazine since the birth of the Atomic Age, written by Science Editor Jonathan Norton Leonard. They record advances on every frontier of contemporary science, from turbojets and thinking...

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