The Mating Cry
by A. E. van Vogt
Publisher: The Galaxy Publishing Corporation 1950
Number of pages: 161
The dirt of the grave made a hollow sound as it struck the wooden box inside which was his coffin. Darkness pressed like a blotter over his mind, but something inside him must have continued the desperate fight. Because, suddenly, he had the sharpest awareness of his long sleep.
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