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A Whisper from Shadow [The Shadow Gods Saga #4]
Fourth Enthralling Book in the EPPIE Nominated Space Adventure Saga! In old Mexico the gods were real, or so it was believed ... and they left a terrible heritage. Working on a remote dig, archaeologist Lauren Hopkins discovers an extraterrestrial craft (a lost scout ship belonging to the Serrl Combine) buried in an ancient Mayan pyramid. Her career is made, but the knowledge throws Earth into social, religious and political turmoil. Instead of being a boon to mankind, the discovery triggers a g... more info>>
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With Shadow and Thunder [The Shadow Gods Saga #5]
Fifth in the Trailblazing EPPIE Finalist Space Saga! In this EPPIE Award finalist novel, first Scout Terrllss-rr uses his power over Death to thwart the schemes of the Sargon-Palean alliance. The alliance seeks to dominate the two hundred odd star systems of the Serrll Combine--by eliminating selected political figures. Bearing the power of the God of Death, which can unleash universal, Terr is thrust into a confrontation with his bond brother bond brother Dharaklin, a confrontation that will ul... more info>>
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Bound the Restless Wave [The Amazons #2]
The Queer "Left Behind Continues"--The suspense mounts in the second volume of this acclaimed new series by the bestselling author of The Queen's Slave Woman series. In Book 1, Strong to Save, we met the dynamic Naval officer Kris Nordstrom, forced to resign when Christian and Muslim fundamentalists join forces to capture the White House and make their anti-woman anti-queer agenda law. While Kris vacations with her sister's family and learned her teenaged niece is also a lesbian, Kris' friend, A... more info>>
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A Parody of Clinton: Joe Sixpack, President
From best selling author Darrell Bain, this satirical look at Bill Clinton may politically offend but it's hilariously funny at the same time... This book is a good example of what comes from mixing politics and beer. It resulted from a night of camaraderie and debauchery with my brothers. Sometime during the festivities, one of us thought up the idea of what might happen should a real, though intelligent, Redneck ever get to the White House. We all laughed like crazy at the prospect and had gre... more info>>
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Brighter than the Sun
A SCIFI novel about nuclear war. Out of a bright hope unfolds a tragedy. The science has two opposite centers. One reflects our nuclear-armed world. The other reflects the domain of spiritual freedom where old axioms become discredited and fall away. Around the first center the world unfolds as a dangerous place. Irrationality has become an institution. Plans are forged that nobody really wants. They take on a life of their own and become a force by which people are unwittingly carried along. Ho... more info>>
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Endless Horizons [The Lodging for the Rose #6]
A novel of science fiction in an earth-bound fantasy that challenges the imagination and stretches the envelope of credibility.--Normally it takes courage to accept the riches of our humanity, especially when they unfold sexually, romantically, even erotically. But when love becomes a science and science an impetus, the impossibly daring dissolves into a joy that brightens the world. This book is the sixth of eight novels, in the epic series, The Lodging for the Rose. The series is designed to e... more info>>
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Invisible Encounter and Other Science Fiction Stories
Dazzling science fiction from Asimov's, Amazing Stories, etc. By j. D. Crayne. Hugo and Nebula winner Larry Niven calls J. D. Crayne's S-F, "Dark humor. Funny stuff." This long-awaited collection features all the Cheryl Harbottle stories. A printer gives Cheryl problems in "...and Settle Down With a Good Book." Her search through the internet for family genealogy goes awry in "Of Days Gone By." Cheryl moves to a new home--not on the range but on a Space Station in "No Homelike Place," where she ... more info>>
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Ralph 124C 41+: A Romance of the year 2660
Romance and adventure in this classic 1920 view of the year 2666! Ralph 124C 41+ is the leading genius around town in the scientifically run utopia of the year 2660. His inventions have helped make the world a better placed to live in and his every thought is devoted to scientific thought--until he meets Alice 212B 423 and she instantly becomes the object of his affections. He woos her amid a tour of the wonders of the New York of 2660 C.E. But then a scientific rival becomes a rival for Alice's... more info>>
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The City at World's End [The Two Thousand Centuries Series]
The City at World's End finds the pleasant little American city of Middletown victim to the first punch of an atomic war, a super--hydrogen bomb which explodes thousand yards above the city. Instead of blowing Middletown to smithereens, the blast blows it right off the map--to somewhere else. First there is the new thin coldness of the air, the blazing corona and dullness of the sun, the visibility of the stars in high daylight. Then comes the inhabitants' terrifying discovery that Middletown is... more info>>
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Discovering Love [The Lodging for the Rose #1]
This is earth-bound science fiction. The novel begins an epic story that spans eight books. Its series, The Lodging for the Rose, presents a science fantasy where universal love slowly blossoms into a force for universal good in the shadow of a nuclear armed world. This opening novel unfolds a fantasy that appears as bright and as distant from our present world as the Morning Star. The fantasy is a science romance with dreams about freedom powered by universal love, the largely 'unexplored count... more info>>
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Sword of Aquarius [The Lodging for the Rose #7]
A science fiction novel situated on our planet in the near future. Its story projects a fantasy of great promises, but also of great agonies that must remain forever in the world of fiction. In the story two elements unfold intertwined in a superlative romance and a political tragedy on a vast scale that begins in Siberia. In the background stands an advanced concept of science that appears as much out of place as if it had come from a different planet. The novel is the seventh in the eight part... more info>>
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Glass Barriers [The Lodging for the Rose #5]
A science fantasy that unfolds on earth. The story begins in India on the wings of a discovered revelation of the "science of the universal marriage of mankind." The science behind the fiction appears to be from as far in the future as it is old. Nevertheless, it gradually seems to work; though rarely does one fully trust it, or yet understand it. When the higher aspects of universal love begin to permeate the mental landscape, even in politics and in respect to sex and the erotic, surprising ev... more info>>
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Seascapes and Sand [The Lodging for the Rose #4]
A novel of earth-bound science fiction with a story that deals with the momentous 'sea' changes that we set our hopes on in politics and in romance. It also carries a love story that begins in Russia. The book is the fourth novel in the epic series, The Lodging for the Rose. The science of the series appears like a fantasy that is as distant from the present world as is the sun, which nevertheless affords us light and warmth. The romance in the book unfolds a dream of universal love that no one ... more info>>
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Winning Without Victory [The Lodging for the Rose #3]
A novel of earth-bound science fiction that is rich in contrasts. The story puts romance into the sphere of a war where the front is global and never defined. Here a budding sense of humanity is pitted against the insanity of state-terrorism. It is a story of love and honest efforts to hold a world together on several fronts that powerful forces would tear apart. The science appears to be fantasy at first glance. Indeed, the real often appears fictional, and fiction appears real. It turns out th... more info>>
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The Heads of Cerberus: The First Alternate Worlds Novel
"A MUCH SOUGHT RARITY"--ANALOG Published only once in book form a half-century ago in a collector's edition of 1500 copies, this great science-fantasy sells for more than $100 today. Written by the woman whose pseudonym was Francis Stevens, it has been hailed as the first alternate history novel. . As always with her richly written work, there is more than a dash of feminism and romance, along with engaging characterizations, imagination, and terror. Fantasy master H. P. Lovecraft hailed Francis... more info>>
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Flight Without Limits
Palm Reader Version--A SCIFI novel with a twist. Science fiction about a space voyage to Alpha Centauri with a touch of reality. Alpha Centauri is the nearest solar system to our own. It has three suns and is located a mere 4.35 light years from earth. Can you imagine the logistics involved in mounting a multiyear space mission, complete with the needed food resources? In building the technologies for such a voyage we have to bow to the physics of the universe. In that domain we cannot cheat. Ho... more info>>
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Angels of Sex
A book of four major fictional stories about a higher image of love, sex and marriage. What begins in the brilliance of a night, in terms of universal love, embracing sex honestly, ripens with scientific development to create horizons of a rich and sublime world. It becomes a world of delicate structures that require one to have wings of angels so as not to tread upon them. Here sex and marriage come to light with a brighter image and with their own wondrous promises and romances. They become po... more info>>
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The Measure of the Universe
A wide-eyed paleographer from Antares arrives on the Greek isles to study ancient inscriptions with a sharp-tongued communications professor. Blundering through the lexical labyrinth, they discover love among the runes, until one gloss too many uncovers a thread of deception thatleads straight to disaster for both their planets. Will the amiable alien save the day by revealing his semantic secrets, or will the censorious Antarans throw the book at him? Will the professor of pictographs see the l... more info>>
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The Pellucidar Omnibus: At the Earth's Core and Pellucidar
"At The Earth's Core" and "Pellucidar" in one eBook! Both books complete and unabridged. In the first book, when David Innes accompanies his friend, the eccentric scientist Abner Perry in his newest invention, a rocketship shaped "mole" designed to penetrate the Earth's crust, he never dreams broken controls will send the two of them all the way to a strange word at the Earth's core. There human beings are still at a primitive state of development, and are enslaved by, and used for food by the M... more info>>
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The Garrett P. Serviss Omnibus: 3 Classic SF Novels--The Second Deluge, The Moon Metal, A Columbus of Space
A trio of masterpieces of science fiction! Astronomer Garrett P. Serviss was "the most accomplished American writer of science fiction in the early part of the 20th century." (critic Sam Moskowitz) Here are his three finest novels compete and unabridged in one eBook. The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction hails Serviss' books for their "mythopoetic potency and triumphant narrative tone." In "The Second Deluge," filed with scenes of panic and disaster, the entire surface of the earth is submerged wh... more info>>
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The Caspak Omnibus: The Land that Time Forgot, The People that Time Forgot, Out of Time's Abyss
All three Caspak novels in one eBook! Complete and unabridged--The Land that Time Forgot, The People that Time Forgot, and Out of Time's Abyss--in one eBook for one low price. A German submarine lost on a secret mission, a daring aviator crashed on an uncharted island, his friend, desperate to find and rescue him--they all come together on Caspak, the continent where time stands still and dinosaurs and cave men continue to rule supreme. Battling saber-toothed tigers, giant reptiles, pterodactyls... more info>>
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Machina
This is Jonathan Lyons' second novel and is entitled Machina. It is a speculative, metaphysical, philosophical, weirdo novel that pulls in notions about reality from quantum mechanics, string theory, the various bibles of the people of the book (Christians, Jews, Muslims, though it is definitely NOT a religious piece; I'm not--JL), Descartes, Eastern notions of reality and the universe, the Schroedinger probability wave, Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, Etc.... to deal with the question of wh... more info>>
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The Toymaker and Other Science Fiction Classics
SF Classic out of print for over 50 years! Here is the legendary first collection of stories by Hugo Award nominee Raymond F. Jones, author of the legendary This Island Earth. Selling for over $100 in the only other edition, this stunning book contains what critic Mike Ashley hails as the author's "best and most original work--competence and originality." When Analog, then called Astounding, reviewed "The Toymaker, here is what they had to say: "'The Children's Room, the author's favorite, is a ... more info>>
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The Science of Magic [From the Shards Universe]
Science. Magic. Both sources of unimaginable power. All that prevents ultimate control, ultimate power, is that science and magic do not exist in equality in the same dimension. Until now. It is the thirtieth century, and mankind has learned a new kind of programming. Pentrinsic code, which uses zeros, ones, twos, threes, and fives, runs on a three dimensional platform: Reality. The result of running a pentrinsic program is a warping of reality itself. In other words, magic. But still science ha... more info>>
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Shadow Soldier [Gunsmith Series Book 2]
Boothenay Irons is a most unusual gunsmith. Somehow, she connects with a mysterious power, one that picks her up and takes her into the history of the antique guns she repairs. She believes she is the only person in the world with this ability--until the day a Colt 1911 .45-caliber Automatic steals Caleb Deane away and sets him down in the midst of WWI. Then it is up to Boothenay to discover how and where he has gone... And find a way to bring him home...
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