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Alien Psychology
Who hasn't wondered what would happen if aliens were to visit our planet? MacDonald explores the thought processes of these extraterrestrials and how their visit could affect us.
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Women of the Wood and Other Encounters with Wonder, Horror and the Uncanny
A Quartet of Fantasy Classics! The Women of the Wood & Other Stories contains the complete text of four of A. (for Abraham) Merritt's greatest tales. Included are a short novel so long it has only been reprinted uncut twice since it first appeared in 1918, two novelettes, a long short story and an insightful introductory essay on the fascinating life and works of A. Merritt. Find out why the Saturday Review of Literature lauded him as, "The greatest of American horror writers;" Isaac Asimov as, ... more info>>
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Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle [Ki-Gor Series]
Move Over Tarzan, Here Comes Ki-Gor, Jungle Lord! Pulp-master John Peter Drummond's Ki-Gor, Lord of the Jungle, brings back the most acclaimed jungle hero the pulp magazines produced. Born Robert Kilgour, the child of missionaries killed in Africa, Ki-Gor grew up in savagery, but developed a noble, generous spirit. When red-headed Helene Vaughn's plane crashes in the jungle, Ki-Gor rescues her. How can she resist falling in love with this superbly-muscled, child-like giant, who is unspoiled by t... more info>>
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The Interplanetary Huntress Returns [The Adventures of Gerry Carlyle #2]
The Interplanetary Huntress Returns for more of the unique blend of action, humor and romance that made Femme Fatales, a website devoted to "pulp's crime-fighting heroines," proclaims her "an adventuress of the first water." Here is more of the interplanetary "bring-'em-back-alive" gal, Gerry Carlyle, science fiction's first heroine. First, she's off to the moon to rescue the colony there from certain death when the heat, oxygen and gravity fail due to the chilling menace of the energy-eaters. B... more info>>
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Future Eves: Great Science Fiction About Women by Women
How will women affect the future, and how will the future affect the lives of women? You'll find out in Future Eves: Great Science Fiction by Women About Women edited by Jean Marie Stine. Written between 1931 and 1959, these stories show how different women have, in different eras, envisioned the future of their sex. Leslie F. Stone was so far ahead of her time that nothing like her novelette, "The Conquest of Gola" (1931), an encounter with Earth males told from the point-of-view of an alien ma... more info>>
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Memories of the Future: Stories by Robert F. Young
Robert F. Young published frequently in major markets from the 1950s to his death in 1985. Disney even optioned film rights to one of his books. However, probably because he wrote few novels, he was never widely known. His better stories, many collected here, captured a deep sense of nostalgia and winnowed a glimpse of true love from mere obsession: a mountaineer must redeem his life by scaling a miles-long artifact shaped like a woman; a little boy attempts to return from a bleak city to the id... more info>>
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What Thin Partitions [The Hilarious Misadventures of Ralph Kennedy Book 1]
Comic SF with a Point from the Hugo Winning Novelist. What if you were a personnel director assigned to prevent the company's most productive employee from resigning--and discovered her four-year-old daughter was creating havoc in the company's daycare center by making objects fly through the air? What would you do to halt a kindergarten poltergeist from turning your factory upside-down? That's what happens to Ralph Kennedy in Hugo Award winning author Mark Clifton's hilarious, but pointed, What... more info>>
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The First H. G. Wells Omnibus: Invisible Man; War of the Worlds; Island of Dr. Moreau
Three of the Most Acclaimed, Most Filmed SF Novels of All Time in One Ebook! Here are three of the greatest novels of the legendary science fiction master, H. G. Wells in one eBook: The Invisible Man; The War of the Worlds, The Island of Dr. Moreau. All for one low price. The Invisible Man dreams of power and wealth from his secret ability, but finds only difficulty and danger. The War of the Worlds brings Earth to its knees, prey of all conquering aliens who can kill anything--except hope. The ... more info>>
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The Saga of Lost Earths [The Cosmic Kalevala #1]
SF Based on Finnish Mythology from the Nebula Nominee Author! In a bland, planned, regimented future, a strange new alloy extruded from another dimension is used in millions of products, triggering murderous impulses in everyone who touches them. The rational, benign leaders of government are helpless, but two daring scientists Dr. Clifford Enoch and his niece Silia believe they have the answer. Through a dimensional gap, the metal has come into contact with the Pahaliset, evil, God-like aliens ... more info>>
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The Interplanetary Huntress [The Adventures of Gerry Carlyle #1]
Science Fiction's First Heroine Available Again At Last! Out of print for more than 50 years! The action-packed exploits of Gerry Carlyle, Interplanetary Huntress, on assignment from the London Interplanetary Zoo to capture the rarest alien lifeforms in the solar system--and "bring 'em back alive." The only fly in the ointment of this intrepid woman is pilot Tommy Strike, who's just as determined to prove no woman is his superior. Their battles with the most fearsome of otherworldly critters are... more info>>
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Inside Man & Other Science Fictions
Hugo Winning Writer-Editor/Nebula Nominee Story. Fabulous collection of classic humorous and satirical science fiction by legendary writer-editor H. L. Gold. Exclusively in eBook, this don't-miss volume rounds up Gold's uncollected work, including his Nebula Nominee story, "Inside Man." Readers will find fresh, new, delightfully fey wrinkles on ESP (as in "Inside Man" and "The Riches of Embarrassment); the tale of the wife of a pigmy chief whose subtle manipulations of colonial visitors inadvert... more info>>
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The Battle for Ka'an [Re-edited Version]
"Trust no one", the Immortal told Captain Dav Vad. Her ship and crew held hostage, the Dishonorably Discharged Ex United Universe pilot is marooned on the planet Chosen. With the help of her two Arti Intel German Shepherds, she is given a mission to find a King Attuicus that has mysteriously disappeared. On the trail of the King, she rescues a young Roman girl, meets a woman who can heal with a touch and a Prince and General on their way to defend the City of Ka'an from the Barbarians. But, one ... more info>>
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The Eyes of an Eagle: A Novel of Gravity Controlled
"HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!" ~Midwest Book Review. Eyes of an Eagle is that rarity, a science fiction novel with a real scientific premise at its heart. Daniel Karpinen is a technical editor who lives on the old family farm and telecommutes to his Chicago publisher. Then, before Daniel understands what is happening around him, his life takes a sharp left-hand turn toward the kind of mystical stories told by his grandmother when he discovers the key to controlling gravity. It's a power corporations and ... more info>>
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World of If: The Classic of Alternate Futures
Hugo Nominee's Classic Novel of Possible Earths. What if a single event in the past had a different result? What would the world be like? Dr. Simon Finch offers John Dow the possibility of entering such a world of 'if'. Finch is especially interested in having John visit this particular world of if because previous volunteers have mentioned John in their own reports. Finch is eager to find out if John's experiences will be similar. John agrees, and brings along one of his employees and best frie... more info>>
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Seabird: A Science-Fantasy Novel
Romantic Science-Fantasy as She Follows Her Love Beneath the Sea. Gina Taylor, who scouts tropical getaways for the rich and famous, goes for a swim on a tropical island and is caught in a riptide. She fears she's lost when a powerful swimmer manages to reach her in time and save her. She discovers he is a friend of Dano's, a dark eyed admirer she has just met. On shaking hands with her savior she notes the blue of his complexion and fears he has a breathing problem. The two men try to pass it o... 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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Arcadia: A Science Fantasy
Powerful New Science-Fantasy in the Darkover Tradition. Intergalactic adventurer soldier-of-fortune, Alexandra T'Kayn, returns to Arcadia, the Elysian colony world she grew up on, only to find you truly can't go home again. For her home world has been invaded by their enemy, the Regissians, in this enthralling science-fantasy of people, greed and ambition that only becomes more intense as it unfolds. A "Wild Psi," Alexandria's uncontrollable, but powerful, psionic powers have gotten her into big... more info>>
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Dawn of Flame & Other Classic Science Fiction Stories
"Burst Into the Field Like a Nova!" Isaac Asimov. Dawn of Flame & Other Science Fiction Stories reprints six acknowledged masterpieces by Science Fiction Hall of Fame author Stanley G. Weinbaum, whose short career changed the field forever. The stories in this collection showcase "the vigor and talent of the writer whose first story make him, as Isaac Asimov points out, 'Instantly recognized as the word's best living science fiction writer.'" (Lester del Rey). The title story, originally publish... more info>>
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The First Burroughs Omnibus
Four Classic Burroughs' Novels at One Low Price. Here is a quartet of novels by the legendary master of adventure fantasy, Edgar Rice Burroughs. Generations have thrilled to "Beyond Thirty," the tale of a future U.S. returning to life after a devastating calamity, "The Man-Eater," the story of a strange relationship between man and beast, "The Jungle Girl," a thrill a minute fantasy in the Tarzan tradition, and "The Monster Men," long considered one of Burroughs' best. Over 350,000 words of read... more info>>
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The Cult of Loving Kindness [Starbridge Chronicles 3]
In the third and final book of the Starbridge Chronicles, more than two generations have passed since the events of Sugar Rain, and barren tundra has given way to fecund, steamy jungle at the height of summer. Deep in the forest, a twin boy and girl grow up among a strange race of philosophers, oblivious to the outside world, where the secular regime is now as fanatical and orthodox as the old religious one. When their home is invaded, the pair take flight. Among the new faith called The Cult of... more info>>
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The Valley of Creation: An SF Classic
SF Classic of Lost Valleys. Intelligent Animals and Alien Intervention. In The Valley of Creation, where Eric Nelson is one of a desperate band of soldiers-of-fortune who have fought on the loosing side in a war and eagerly take on a mysterious assignment deep in the borderlands of Tibet. There, in a legendary valley, Shan Kar, the man who has hired them, tells Nelson and the other mercenaries that their weapons are humankind's last ditch defense against the valley's intelligent animals, who pla... more info>>
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Metropolis: The Legendary SF Novel
Metropolis is the classic novel of prophetic science fiction that inspired both Fritz Lang's silent movie masterpiece and Osamu Tezuka's contemporary feature-length anime. Here is a magical, visionary page-turner so rich and inventive as to defy description. Thea von Harbou's Metropolis is one science fiction classic everyone should read. Her visionary novel has been compared to such prophetic classics as Samuel Butler's Erewhon, Edward Bellamy's Looking Backward, H. G. Wells' When the Sleeper W... more info>>
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The Lightning Witch, or The Metal Monster
"THE SUPREME FANTASY GENIUS!" That's how The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction and Fantasy hails A. Merritt, author of The Lightning Witch. Isaac Asimov simply describes him as, "The most famous of fantasy writers." In this visionary writers controversial magnum opus, a small band of explorers--including the famed Dr. Goodwin, Ruth Ventnor, her brother Martin, and the scientific adventurer Alvin Drake--finds itself face to face with a sentient, collective intelligence composed of billions of livin... more info>>
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The World Ends in Hickory Hollow
The Nebula Recommendee Novel. When civilization comes to an end, life struggles on in remote Hickory Hollow, Texas. The electricity may have failed, but Zack, Jim, Sukie, Mom Allie, Carl, Carol, Sim, Elmond, Grace and the others simply go on by torch and candle light. If radio and television are gone, they entertain themselves with yarns, music, dances. But there are two serpents in this new Eden: their own human nature and the murderous Unger clan that lives just beyond the hollow. Here is a ep... more info>>
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Bears Discover Fire and Other Stories
From the gentle fantasies that include the wry title story--winner of both the Hugo and Nebula Awards--to ecological allegories; a horrific novelette about experimental excursions into the realm of death; and a first-contact mini-epic, this anthology showcases the wide range of Bisson's powerful talent. In every piece, Bisson's characters are just as absurd as their fantastic landscape, yet thoroughly ordinary, recognizable, and authentic. His pack of scientists, artists, rednecks, insurance sal... more info>>
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