Ward Moore's classic novel "Greener Than You Think" posits a world with Bermuda grass running out of control--choking out every other plant and destroying the food supply of animals and humanity alike. Originally published in 1947.
Three great science fiction books for one low price! When a genetic experiment goes wrong, grass threatens to take over the Earth. In Ward Moore's acknowledged masterpiece, as individual people struggle to survive, scientists struggle to stop the disaster only to realize it is easier to wreck an ecology than to fix it. When a starman leaves his returning ship to search for the twin brother who stayed behind, as hugo winner Robert Silverberg tells the story in this, his first published sf novel, ... more info>>
How does one react when he's been to hell and back--and doesn't even know it? Governor Almon Lampley doesn't know what's going on. It started out as an innocent business trip, but when he decides to spend the rest of the day--and night--in an out-of-the-way hotel, things begin to go horribly wrong. While it's almost always true that nothing is always as it seems, Lampley is finding it extremely difficult to separate truth from reality in this kind of place!