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The Air Trust: SF Classic of an Oxygen Monopoly
When People Paid To Breathe! In this science fiction classic from the 1920s, Isaac Flint, a greedy billionaire businessmen plots to extract oxygen from the air and then sell it back to people if they want to live. Through bribes, blackmail and threats, he forces a group of scientists to develop a means of extracting the oxygen and forces politicians to cooperate with his plan. Soon, surrounded by a private army of guards to prevent the outraged populace from stopping him, Flint has "cornered" th... more info>>
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The Darkness and Dawn Trilogy
"One of the Truly Great Classics of Science Fiction !"--Amazing Stories. The "Darkness and Dawn" Trilogy is pioneering science fiction writer George Allan England's masterwork. The Last New Yorkers, the first novel begins when a secretary, Beatrice Kendrick, and her boss, a young engineer named Allan Stern, awaken on an upper floor of a ruined Manhattan skyscraper, thousands of years in the future when civilization has been destroyed. The pair has been in a state of suspended animation for fifte... more info>>
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The Flying Legion: The SF Classic of Sacrilege and Expiation
Here is a dazzlingly prophetic masterpiece that seems almost uncomfortably timely today. Written in 1920 by George Allan England, who The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction calls "One of the most popular SF authors of the first half of the 20th century," The Flying Legion is, as the Encyclopedia says, "a heist story of the near future involving advanced weaponry and the theft from Mecca of Islam's holy jewels." It is an act of sacrilege for whose expiation most of those involved will pay with their... more info>>
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The Supreme Getaway and Other Tales from the Pulps
George Allan England (1877-1936) is mostly remembered these days for his early science-fiction novel, Darkness and Dawn (originally published in Cavalier magazine as three different serials between 1912 and 1913). Set a thousand years in the future, Darkness and Dawn tells the story of a devastated America. Due to its length, it was split into five volumes for paperback publication in the 1960s. Other works of note include The Air Trust (1915), an anti-­capitalism novel about a monopoly on air t... more info>>
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