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The Defiant Agents [Time Traders Series Book 3]
The star traveling secrets brought back by time travellers have been unravelled, and both the Americans and the Russians are intent upon colonizing new worlds. A unique method of adapting effete Earthlings to frontier worlds is being used: the colonists are hypnotically regressed to the mentality of their fierce ancestors. Thus, on Topaz, we find a band of Apaches representing the West and a horde of Mongols sent by the East.
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Naudsonce
Bishop Berkeley's famous question about the sound of a falling tree may have no standing in Science. But there is a highly interesting question about "sound" that Science needs to consider....
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The Return of Michael Flannigan [Flannigan Trilogy #3]
WHO COULD LOVE A SEXLESS METAL MAN? That's the question that faces two very different women from two very different worlds in the final volume of this classic pulp magazine saga. Michael Flannigan had emerged victorious from his combat with a man who had usurped awesome alien powers. But Flannigan was human no longer. Instead, his brain had been transferred to the body of a towering gold robot! But that's not his biggest problem. Back on Earth, an evil empire has conquered the U.S. and subjugate... more info>>
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The Golden Gods [Flannigan Trilogy #2]
BACK FROM THE DEAD TO SAVE A WORLD! That the situation in the second volume of this never reprinted, trio of pulp science fantasy classics that become increasingly delicious and bizarre as they progress. Michael Flannigan was dead, sealed in an airless coffin hurtling through space, wasn't he? So there was no hope for the primitive world of Serin-Gor as it faced destruction by powerful alien science, was there? So who was the man who returned through the lens to the land beyond it claiming to be... more info>>
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The Land Beyond the Lens [Flannigan Trilogy #1]
NEVER REPRINTED SCIENCE FANTASY CLASSIC! When the first volume of this classic trilogy appeared as a complete novel in the March 1952 Amazing Stories, it caused a sensation and hundreds of readers wrote in demanding a sequel. It took two more sequels to begin to satisfy the reader's hunger for "more Flannigan, please!" Ray Palmer, editor of rival Other Worlds, hailed the Flannigan stories as "terrific" and called the author, a "worthy successor to Edgar Rice Burroughs." For the first time in mor... more info>>
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The Gifts of Asti
She was the guardian of the worlds, but HER world was dead at the hands of barbarian invaders. A thrilling science-fantasy from Andre Norton!
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Day of the Moron
It's natural to trust the unproven word of the fellow who's "on my side"--but the emotional moron is on no one's side, not even his own. Once, such an emotional moron could, at worst, hurt a few. But with the mighty, leashed forces Man employs now.... An exciting science fiction story from the author of the classic "Little Fuzzy" series!
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The Human Thing
Captain Jillian D'Lange is a woman with a promising future...until she gets caught in an explosion meant for someone else. Eight months later, she emerges from a coma only to find that the galaxy is a very different place. Her lover is dead, her new ship is three months shy of being confiscated, and she's now a cyborg with memory problems. She's also the focal point of an investigation into corruption within the powerful Spacer's Union. The president of the SU believes that her memories are the ... more info>>
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The Oblivion Society
What would you do if you slept through the apocalypse? What if everything you knew about disaster survival came from old B-movies? What would you do if society as you know it suddenly became The Oblivion Society? Vivian Gray is too young and too smart to be wasting her life in the geriatric retirement haven of Stillwater, Florida. But as each day of the long, hot summer of 1999 blurs into the next, she just can't find the motivation to break out of her miserable routine. After an accidental nucl... more info>>
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Mistworld
She thought her three sons were dead, killed in battle under her command. But thanks to a planet called Mistworld, retired Fleet Admiral Catherine Romanova has them back--years after she forged an unlikely peace with the mysterious beings who caused their deaths. Now the legendary Matushka and her part-Morthan husband, forced into exile by the brutal Terran occupation of her native Narsai, must unlock Mistworld's secrets if they're to have any hope of seeing home again. Or the thirteen-year-old ... more info>>
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Oomphel in the Sky
The natives of Kwannon practiced ritual magic under the watchful eyes of their Terran rulers. Hunting, farming, raising children--it all required the special spells only a powerful shoonoo could cast. But when prophesies of the end of the world send the natives of Kwannon swarming, it may also be the end for the Terrans. The natives, it seems, actually want the end of the world--for the promised afterlife will be far, far better. And who can argue with the shoonoon and their prophetic dreams? It... more info>>
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The Sky is Falling
Summoned from Earth by magic, Dave Hanson finds himself embroiled in the politics and engineering problems of an alternate Earth named Terah ... for Terah's sky has shattered, and he may be the one man in all the universe who can restore it! But science and sorcery, beautiful women, and fantastic monsters are just the beginning of his problems ... Originally published in shorter form in "Beyond Fantasy Fiction" in 1954, then expanded to novel length, here is Lester del Rey's classic science-fant... more info>>
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Desolation Island
Framed for a murder he didn't commit, second-tier superhero Ben Thomason, known in the trades as 'Desolation Outlaw', is convicted and sentenced to life in prison at Eagle Island Detention Center, a top secret, billion dollar penitentiary that houses only the elite of super-villains and super- hero's gone bad. Following the initial incarceration phase, he greets both old allies and enemies alike amid an inexplicable feeling of dread that looms atop the desolate island location like a toxic black... more info>>
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Naked Venom [AEssyrian World Series Book One]
General Gavin Theron is a bastard. Raised in a whorehouse by his human prostitute mother, he has had to struggle all his life to obtain power and position. His successes have brought him enemies thought, lots of them, and they are about to strike. When Gavin is falsely accused of the king's murder, he has few allies willing to help him. That was until he met the visiting human from Earth, Doctor Harlan Ambrose. Now he must face the worse struggle of his life, thank the gods he won't be doing it ... more info>>
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Scouts [Sunsinger Chronicles Book 10]
Bain and the first generation of Scouts go on a training flight with the first Scout ship, but it turns into their first official rescue mission. Sunsinger has been damaged. Ganfer could be destroyed. And Lin is missing.
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The Mystery of the Third Seal
James Tadworthy lives in a post holocaust society. It is an ideal society. There are no wars, no crime, no pollution, and not much work. Everyone lives in perfect harmony with their tamed environment, with all knowledge controlled by the Shepherds, a group selflessly dedicated to humanity's welfare and best interests. Shockingly, Tadworthy discovers the Shepherds' horrific and closely guarded secret and uncovers a world of violence and intrigue. He desperately launches on a quest through the dar... more info>>
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The Andre Norton Omnibus: Star Born, Voodoo Planet
Three Complete SF Classics! Earth's first colonists face difficult challenges in Star Born. The starship Solar Queen finds itself caught in the crossfire when cosmic magicians duel on the Voodoo Planet. When invading aliens decimate a Terran colony only its most menial employee is left to prevent war breaking out in a storm over Warlock. All three sf bestsellers for the price of one eBook!
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Hunter Patrol
Many men have dreamed of world peace, but none have been able to achieve it. If one man did have that power, could mankind afford to pay the price?
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Star Hunter
Their Interstellar Scam Turned Deadly When Aliens Surprised Them! Ras Hume had set out with his civ clients on a big-game safari on Jumala. This was to be a hunting party, but what they were really sent to find was known only to Hume. For somewhere in that other-world jungle Vye Lansor, a man, reconditioned with another man's brain pattern, was planted. It was an interstellar scam whose goal was a planetary fortune. Whoever located this supposed lone survivor of a spaceship crash would receive a... more info>>
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Star Surgeon
Alan E. Nourse (1928-1992) was an American science fiction author and physician, noted especially for his SF works (such as Star Surgeon) combining both his interests. Robert A. Heinlein dedicated his 1964 novel, "Farnham's Freehold" to Nourse. His biggest claim to fame may be his novel, "The Bladerunner," which lent its name to the "Blade Runner" movie (no elements from the book were used in the film, which is based on Philip K. Dick's "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep."
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The Moses Probe
Lt. Jac Flyte is all prepared to embark for Alpha Centauri when Cheryl, his former fiancÚ calls. Dr. Cheryl Bellini is a cosmologist and she asks him...if before he goes away forever...would he want to see what Edmund Leahy has done... Cheryl's colleague, Dr. Leahy, has cracked the code in an otherworldly artifact called the Moses Probe. The secret is far more than mere transit to Alpha C at the speed of light--It is instantaneous transit to any planet in the known Universe. For these efforts, J... more info>>
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Jigsaw
Genetic engineering. Corrupt corporations. Survivalists. A bankrupt government. Anonymous hackers and a computer-generated genome. All are pieces of the same fatal puzzle that can only be solved by the crew of the first manned mission to Mars. Hunted across America in a cat-and-mouse pursuit by faceless assassins, time is running out for the crew, who must solve the puzzle if the Earth is to be saved.
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Null-ABC
There's some reaction these days that holds scientists responsible for war. Take it one step further: What happens if "book-learnin'" is held responsible..." A startling science fiction novel by H. Beam Piper (author of the classic LITTLE FUZZY) and John J. McGuire!
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The Sun Smasher: A Space Opera Classic
Only This Uncrowned King Could Stop The Ultimate Weapon! "Poetic, moody, polished, genuinely sensitive!" says sf writer and critic James Gunn about the work of the grandmaster of space opera, Edmond Hamilton, who penned this haunting, lost classic of a man who found the stars too big a fit. When Neil Banning tries to visit his hometown, he discovers he needs a spaceship to get there. "It can't be true! It must be some kind of hoax!"' These are the words that go spinning through Neil Banning's mi... more info>>
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Center Moon: The Stone of Cordova
The Sapiens needed to flee Venus' dwindling atmosphere. Their form of government was known as the Parliamentary Council. The Council created the Enforcement with one goal in mind. Take over, control the Earth, and colonize it for the Sapien population. With the Sapien's continued expansion, we open our story. Captain Troupe was always a mystery to his son, Jonas. The young man was lucky if he spent more than a year with his father in total. The night of his father's return would be the last time... more info>>
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