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I was wondering if any of you knew the names of these two books. One is where a man creates a microscope capable of seeing at a atomic level and below. And sees that all atoms are planets with their own atoms and he eventually goes mad. And the other one is where a gardener becomes able to hear plants, and he hears them screaming, can't take it then kills himself. Thanks for any responses, and to answer a great man: Just more black.
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I don't know, but I'm hoping someone does.
They sound interesting as hell.


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These sound similar to Stephen King style short-stories

Yeah, are they full books on their own?
Sounds like the usual interesting idea sci-fi thing, but I can't imagine it being any longer than a short story.
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Neil Child Am I Young

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I was wondering if any of you knew the names of these two books. One is where a man creates a microscope capable of seeing at a atomic level and below. And sees that all atoms are planets with their own atoms and he eventually goes mad. And the other one is where a gardener becomes able to hear plants, and he hears them screaming, can't take it then kills himself. Thanks for any responses, and to answer a great man: Just more black.

The second one sounds like a Roald Dahl short story.
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Neil Child Am I Young

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Dammit.

I remember the story of the second book you mentioned, about the screaming plants, but I don't remember the title.
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Those books sound interesting as hell. Sorry I'm not much help

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