Fairman, Paul W. I, the Machine (Easy Eye Larger Type Edition)
New York Lancer Books 1968 Large Print Edition Mass Market Paperback Good
A Paperback Original first editionSpine slanted, cover a bit scuffed, corners bumped, text starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked. Print is "Easy Eye Larger Type" which is larger than the conventional paperback type but smaller than modern "Large Print" books.
"Imagine a perfec world. A world in which no one has to work, no one has to struggle, no oneis deprived of anything he needs or wants. A world in which every man can indulge his most trivial whim at the push of a button. Or a world in which every man's whim is anticipated for him - so that even the button becomes unnecessary. A deram world? Perhaps. But even in a perfect world, there will always be men who dream of other worlds, better things. And in the wonderful world in which the Machine made all decisions, one man - Lee Penway = dreamed of barbaric worlds, exotic adventures. He was only one man - but slowly, his dreams began to change the world of the Machine . . ."; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall