Summer Morning is a collection of fantastic stories and short stories by Cyrus Bulychev .
The collection includes two stories and 10 stories.
- " Ability to throw the ball ", dedicated to the amazing events that occurred with one ordinary employee, after he, as a result of an unofficial scientific experiment, gained unmistakable accuracy with any throw. In particular, he, a man below average height and not at all athletic, became an excellent basketball player.
- “The Crane is in the Hands, ” talks about the contacts of our contemporaries with the inhabitants of a parallel world in which a protracted feudal war takes place.
- Summer Morning , which gave rise to the entire collection, is dedicated to the experiment of suggesting thoughts at a distance. The story seriously speaks of the measure of morality in science, and how it is not easy to understand the intricacies of the human psyche.
- The Dialogue on Atlantis is humorous, Plato writes an essay on Atlantis, and does not suspect that soon people will go in search of a fictitious country.
- “ Vyachik, don’t move things! "Tells the story of a young man with the ability to telekinesis, but with difficulty able to gain independence in life.
- “ Letters of different years ”, which is part of a cycle about the Institute of Expertise , is dedicated to the mysterious story of lemurs living in a Moscow apartment who, it turns out, are able to travel in time. The story is based on the experience of the writer himself, who at one time kept these animals at home.
- " Eye " is dedicated to the history of the invention of the apparatus of artificial vision for the blind. The story is filled with complex moral issues.
- The humorous story " Another Glade " tells the story of an unlucky Pushkin scholar who happened to be in a parallel world in which Pushkin died very young, but Lermontov lived a long, fruitful life. But the hero is not interested in this phenomenon, all immersed in his own love experiences.
The last four stories are included in the cycle of the Great Guslar .
- The “ Home Prisoner, ” in which the wife of Cornelia Udalov, with the help of one potion that she begged from Professor Mintz, reduces her husband Cornelius to the size of an Thumbelina so that Cornelius always remains with her.
- “ Do not anger the sorcerer! "- a humorous story about the curse that a certain sorcerer sent to Cornelia Udalov - every day Cornelia becomes like another, and such a life becomes unbearable.
- The story " Residents " tells the story of how the images from the TV set he created with a three-dimensional image settled in the apartment of the inventor Grubin.
- The story " Space landing " parodies the theory of panspermia .