Logical Fantasy:The Many Worlds of John Wyndham has just drawn a strong review from Publishers Weekly.
This large (over 400 pages) gathering of tales is augmented by an insightful introduction by Michael Marshall Smith, as well as wraparound dust jacket artwork by Bob Eggleton.
From Publishers Weekly:
“Wyndham (1903–1969) is best remembered for the splashy movie adaptations of his works (including Village of the Damned and The Day of the Triffids), but this impressive retrospective of 18 speculative shorts demonstrates his skill working at a more intimate scale. He finds the human side of cosmic catastrophe (‘The Eternal Eve’), even when the victim is a homesick robot (‘The Lost Machine’) or a lovelorn dragon (‘Chinese Puzzle’)…Wyndham’s fantastic imagination is undeniable. Anyone looking to round out their collection of SFF classics will want to snap this up.”