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Brain Twister
"Mark Phillips" was the pseudonym of two well-known science fiction writers: Randall Garrett and Laurence M. Janifer. Their joint pen-name, derived from their middle names (Philip and Mark), was coined soon after their original meeting, at a science-fiction convention. Both men were drunk at the time, which explains a good deal, and only one ever sobered up. A matter for constant contention between the collaborators was which one. They collaborated for some years, and devised an interesting meth... more info>>
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But, I Don't Think
As every thinking man knows, every slave always yearns for the freedom his master denies him.... Originally published in "Astounding Science Fiction," edited by the legendary John W. Campbell, Jr. (July 1959)
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Code in the Head and The Penal Cluster
Two of Garrett's Best Novelettes! Code in the Head is a delightful science fiction puzzler such as only Randall Garrett can write, and not available from any other publisher. And as an added bonus, read his The Penal Cluster which suggests that tomorrow's technocracy will produce criminals considered too abominable to live on this Earth. But what exactly does abominable mean? And to who?
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Pagan Passions
The Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece and Rome had returned to Earth--with all their awesome powers intact. Overnight, Earth was transformed. War on any scale was outlawed, along with boom-and-bust economic cycles, and prudery. No change was more startling than the face of New York, where the Empire State Building became the Tower of Zeus. In this totally altered world, William Forrester is an acolyte of Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, and a teacher of history. Only Maya Wilson, one of his student... more info>>
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Pagan Passions: The Lost Science-Fantasy Classic
The Gods and Goddesses of Ancient Greece and Rome had returned to Earth--with all their awesome powers intact, and Earth was transformed almost overnight. War on any scale was outlawed, along with boom-and-bust economic cycles, and prudery--no change was more startling than the face of New York, where, for instance, the Empire State Building became the Tower of Zeus! In this totally altered world, William Forrester was an acolyte of Athena, Goddess of Wisdom, and therefore a teacher, in this cas... more info>>
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Suite Mentale
One of Randall Garrett's first science fiction stories--a clever tale of telepathy--originally published in "Future Science Fiction" No. 30 (1956).
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The Bramble Bush
When a lunar quake wakes Peter de Hooch, he discovers a reactor explosion has damaged the moon city. What's an engineer to do but buckle down and try to fix the problem? A classic tale selected by legendary editor John W. Campbell, Jr. for the August 1962 issue of ANALOG!
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The Hepcats of Venus: An Uproarious Novelette
These Alien Musicians Played the Cosmic Beat--On Themselves! Only Rsndall Garrett, creator of Lord Darcy, could have written this novelette of another investigator faced with a comic, cosmic problem. A Galactic Observer is supposed to be all-knowing. But even the sharpest G. O. can hardly be faulted for being puzzled by the phenomenon of a jive trio in a beatnik hangout--especially when the instruments they play on are built-in! Not available anywhere else. Reprinted from a 1962 issue of Fantast... more info>>
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Unwise Child
When a super-robot named Snookums discovers how to build his own superbombs, it becomes obvious that Earth is by no means the safest place for him to be. And so Dr. Fitzhugh, his designer, and Leda Crannon, a child psychologist acting as Snookums' nursemaid, agree to set up Operation Brainchild, a plan to transport the robot to a far distant planet. Mike the Angel--M. R. Gabriel, Power Design--has devised the power plant that is to propel the space ship Branchell to its secret destination, compl... more info>>
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Unwise Child: The Lost SF Classic
Was a Robot Responsible for the Starship Murders? When a super-robot named Snookums discovers how to build his own superbombs, it becomes obvious that Earth is by no means the safest place for him to be. And so Dr. Fitzhugh, his designer, and Leda Crannon, a child psychologist acting as Snookums' nursemaid, agree to set up Operation Brainchild, a plan to transport the robot to a far distant planet. Mike the Angel--M. R. Gabriel, Power Design--has devised the power plant that is to propel the spa... more info>>
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What the Left Hand ... Was Doing
There is no lie so totally convincing as something the other fellow already knows-for-sure is the truth. And no cover-story so convincing ... A classic from the Golden Age of Science Fiction, edited by the legendary John W. Campbell, Jr. for Astounding Science Fiction!
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