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The Longest Way Home
"What wonders and adventures he has to tell us," is how Ursula K. LeGuin characterized the world of Robert Silverberg, and in The Longest Way Home, he takes readers on another dazzling odyssey. Joseph, just fifteen and alone in the land known at Getfen, awakens to an attack on the Great House in which he is visiting. Narrowly escaping with his life but still pursued by enemies who wish to see him killed, Joseph must journey across a dark, unfamiliar world in his quest to return to his home of ... more info>>
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Chasing Leviathan [Book Two Of The Space Vagabonds]
The Vagabond Resistance has found a new ally in a ship of legends, but will its enigmatic commander help their cause or bend the Resistance to her own agenda? When the Third Leader Jasky tracks down the legendary ship Leviathan, Earth ambassador Hugo Halespear finds his skills as a diplomat in demand once again. Jasky hopes to use Leviathan to unite the Resistance and take the fight to Andromeda, but Leviathan's commander has motives of her own. A disgruntled renegade fith scientist is also temp... more info>>
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The Sudden Star
The appearance of a white star bathing the world in a deadly glare turns Earth into a nightmare of fear and death. Rape and murder are as common as suicide. Medical help is allowed only for certain diseases, and only the most resourceful and corrupt survive. Dr. Simon Negron dares to defy the medical code by giving insulin to a diabetic. His crime makes him a fugitive with only a young prostitute as an ally, a haunted man running for his life in a nightmare world of increasing madness. Publish... more info>>
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Orion's Dagger
With ORION'S DAGGER, Paula E. Downing presents the thrilling final installment of THE CLOUDSHIPS OF ORION trilogy, which Starlog magazine called "special...a thoroughly engrossing story." The trio was originally published under the penname P.K. McAllister. In the first novel, SIDURI'S NET, gypsy descendent Pov Janusz raced through space to find the rare molecules of tritium to save his people's mothership, which had been damaged by an errant comet. In his second adventure, MAIA'S VEIL, the Sai... more info>>
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The Interplanetary Huntress' Last Case [The Adventures of Gerry Carlyle #3]
THE SAGA OF A CLASSIC SF HEROINE CONCLUDES! Gerry Carlyle, the Interplanetary Huntress, who brought 'em back alive from the jungles of Mars, Venus, and the moons of Jupiter in the golden days of the science fiction pulps, returns for a final outing, up against the most dangerous challenge of in the nine planets! When the sexist Professor Erasmus Kurtt insultingly challenges her to prove who is the "better man" in a race to Saturn and back to capture the planet's deadliest lifeform, with whoever ... more info>>
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Death on Moon 4
Was the robot killer or victim? Under the stresses of their jobs on Moon Four of Epsilon Eridani One, Rick and Gabrielle's marriage has disintegrated. Rick is unhappy about living in an artificial environment, hates his job, and blames Gabrielle whose career has brought him to Moon Four. Gabrielle drinks too much and orders their humbot Newton to make love to her, which it readily obeys. Then Rick comes home early and discovers Gabrielle and Newton in bed together. Rick is so furious he orders N... more info>>
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #239
Interzone #239contains new stories by Steve Rasnic Tem, Jon Wallace, Suzanne Palmer, Jacob A. Boyd, Matthew Cook, Nigel Brown and Ben Baldwins cover art, 'The Tower'. Features includes: David Langford's Ansible Link (news and obits); Tony Lee's Laser Fodder (DVD/Blu-ray reviews); book reviews by Jim Steel and the team plus an interview with Chris Beckett. In Mutant Popcorn Nick Lowe shows how "Hollywood's brutal one-parent policy is still more strictly enforced in 3D. In the brave new stereoscop... more info>>
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The Daughter of Thor and Other Fantastic Adventures and Weird Tales
With the coming of the Nazi invaders, war came once again to the gods; who loved to fight. But how could they know which was the right side? Should they fight Nazis? Edmond Hamilton, a fan favorite, wrote exciting fantastic stories. Gods enlisted against Nazis, journeys into the past, men with wings, gateways in time, mythology are just some of the subjects of these enchanting stories that were first published in the 1930s and 40s.
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Wind Over Troubled Waters - Book One
Corn World. Britland. After the great flood, only memories, debris and derelict buildings speak of a past civilization. Visions of these disturbing times haunt Cerridwen's dreams. When her dying mother sends Cerridwen to find a mural in Saint Eyes and lead Britland into a better future, the young healer has little choice but to set out on a life-changing quest. Her ability to perceive auras convinces her to accept nature-attuned Trevly's offer of protection. Bent on adventure and enthralled by ... more info>>
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The Man in the Moon Must Die
What do a cunning old man, a code-slopper gone rogue, a pair of lowlife tech-runners, a sexually frustrated AI, and a hermaphrodite underworld boss have in common? They're all out to get Benito Funcitti, owner of the first lunar resort: Fun City. Oh, who's that old man? He's Benito Funcitti too, thanks to a TeleCompositor "accident" that left behind a double who shouldn't exist. With two Benitos squaring off, the adventure is sure to include daring, fun, and maybe a little something on the side.... more info>>
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The Woman Who Loved the Moon
Elizabeth A. Lynn stands as a ground-breaking author of fantasy and science fiction. Her stories weave richly-drawn characters and complex scenes of daily life into the intricate tapestry of speculative fiction. But, beyond her technical skill, Lynn has changed the landscape of fantasy writing as one of the first authors to incorporate themes of gender and gay relationships into her work. Importantly, these themes are not part of the fantastic storyline but simply part of the unremarkable, norma... more info>>
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Worlds Within: The Never Reprinted Pulp Classic
Hugo Award Finalist Author. Lost pulp classic out of print over 60 years. Lin Carter, engineer engaged in top secret research, was shaving when the knock came at his apartment door. It could mean an interruption that would make him late for work, he feared - and his fears were realized with a vengeance as a girl so beautiful she was "out of this world" pushed the door open before he could reach it. Carter's apartment door was the -first of many doors she was to open for him in the rapid success... more info>>
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Paid Holidays [Help Wanted Human Book 2]
Steve's back with more exciting alien interpreter expose's. This time, the interpreters go on strike to protest Smash messing with the space-time continuum, The ambassadors give the interpreters an opportunity to test their skills when the embassy invites all their Washington contacts to a Christmas party at which Steve confronts his Chricktou nemesis, Awktrick. The interpreters go home for Christmas, Steve tries to get laid, and learns that you can go home again, but home just might want you to... more info>>
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Scavenger [The Brotherhood Of The Slug: Book One]
Life in post holocaust New Washington lives a difficult existence. Dangers lurk everywhere and not least of all, from the mutagenic rains, which fall from black, poisoned clouds. The earth was abandoned by the pure strain human race, hundreds of years ago and now mutated humans and animals, call this dark earth their home. The Brotherhood of the Slug controls a large area of the city. This is the story of that organization and the bad tempered mutant slug known only as 'The Boss' who was their l... more info>>
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The SECRET VISITORS
There seemed to be three distinct groups of aliens now. First came the old men, harmless and fanatically uncommunicative, whose behavior had first aroused the department's suspicions. There was the group that had been responsible for the St. Armande fire, a group which almost certainly contained a large number of Earthmen. A third group, possibly of only a few individuals, were opposed to the war-breeding activities of the second group, and they disapproved of their treatment of the old men, who... more info>>
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Masquerade [Iskander: Book Five]
Young Gisel Matah has just started her formal training with Iskander Security when the Gaian version of 'the Man in the Iron Mask' draws her to a foreign capital and new dangers. Who is the man in the Palace at Eifel? If he's not the real Grand Duke--where is the real Grand Duke? Training aboard the hydrographic launch Sirius, now converted with stealth fog and some simple missiles to a covert operations craft, Gisel finds herself in the middle of what promises to be a civil war. Her companions... more info>>
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Heritage Lost
Allen Craig is a private eye, with all that entails. His nature is to blend in. To not be noticed. He lists it as one of his finer accomplishments. But when he gets hired to find a missing girl and a set of mysterious cards she carries, he finds he is more well-known than he first thought. By his former employer, the CIA, a former partner of his in the same, and most importantly, by a group of near indestructible creatures also determined to have the cards this woman carries. Craig doesn't under... more info>>
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Vandalus
Colonel Franklin, a genetically enhanced solider, accepts a dangerous mission offered by his former enemies to investigate the loss of communications with a commercial mining station orbiting Saturn. He is captured by a powerful alien who specializes in genetically altered slaves. Against his will, Franklin is enhanced into a fighting freak and paired with the beautiful and deadly Cheval. As an inseparable team, they face arena combat for the amusement of gamblers on the outlaw planet Vandalus.
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Slipstream - Book One Of A Crisis Of Two Worlds
"Last night I died for the third time this week..." Jordan Pendragon is crazy good at fixing situations that have gone bad. It's a talent prized by his high school ice hockey team. However, when a car accident puts Jordan in the hospital, he wakes up with more than just an amazing slapshot in his toolbox. Jordan can manipulate space-time and in just a few weeks, he'll depend on it to save his life.
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Interzone Science Fiction and Fantasy Magazine #238
Interzone 238 contains substantial new stories by Ray Cluley, Tyler Keevil, Carole Johnstone, and a first short story from E.J. Swift. Cover art is the first of six from Ben Baldwin. The issue includes all the usual features: Ansible Link by David Langford, Mutant Popcorn by Nick Lowe, Laser Fodder by Tony Lee, book reviews by Jim Steel and the team. The latter include Roy Gray's 'The Joy of Technology', Chris Priest's 'The Islanders', Michael Flynn's 'In the Lion's Mouth' and many more.
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The Kazak Guardians - Book 1: Lynn's Rules
If the Kazak Guardians had a recruiting poster, it would have read: WANTED: A select few insane men to fight professional Assassins with super-human abilities. Good medical plan provided. Because surviving the training program to graduation was dangerous, even the first challenge to gain entrance could get you killed. But training was the easy part. Staying alive afterward was the hard part. Kazaks guarded individuals whose lives were deemed critical to the security of the United States. These ... more info>>
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Vandals on Venus
Book Two of Series One. When Nathanial Stone gets an emergency message from an old friend on Venus begging for his help, his duty is clear: he must go at once. His ward, Miss Annabelle Somerset, instead of agreeing to stay safely on Earth as he begs, insists on accompanying him to the dangerous tropical planet, home of huge reptiles. Soon, Nathanial and Annabelle find themselves in the middle of a plot concerning a nefarious German officer, a brilliant English inventor, an Irish guide no bette... more info>>
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Cold Heart
The commercial scout ship, Forerunner, lands on Mother, a small planet orbiting a red giant. Mitch and his crew encounter unusually friendly natives with a peculiar talent. In short order, Mitch falls under the spell of Lan, a very attractive female. The infatuation drops his guard -- a deadly error for himself and his crew, and ultimately for Lan
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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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Slaves of the Ninth Moon [Hallmeyer, Destroyer of Worlds #2]
Nebula Nominee Author's Lost Pulp Saga of Man Ordered to Kill the Woman He Loves to Save Earth! This volume contains the final two stories in Nebula Award nominee writer Ross Rocklynne's lost pulp science fiction series, Hallmeyer--Destroyer of Worlds. As with the first volume of this series, all the stories are reprinted for the first time in more than sixty years. The second Hallmeyer tale in this volume, "The Bubble Dwellers," has the distinction of being both the only novel-length work in th... more info>>
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