Originally published in 1955 Jack Finney's sinister SF tale has outgrown the initial debate about whether it satirized Communism or the conformity of US society at the time, to become a classic of paranoia; an examination of our fear of 'the other'. Most people know the story from seeing THE INVASION OF THE BODY SNATCHERS, the classic 1978 remake (one of the few Hollwood remakes said to better than the original, made in 1956) starring Donald Sutherland. Here's your chance to read the original source; a story that has resonated with readers and viewers for more than 50 years.I backed out like a cat in a doghouse; got a hell of a bump on the heada#39; a he touched his scalp. a#39;Then I went back and pulled him out. I thought he might still be alive, I couldna#39;t tell. Miles, how soon does rigor mortis set in?a#39; a#39;Oh a eight to tenanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Body Snatchers|
|Publisher||:||Hachette UK - 2010-10-14|