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Medal of Honor
According to tradition, the man who held the Galactic Medal of Honor could do no wrong. In a strange way, Captain Don Mathers was to learn that this was true...
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The Meruk Episodes I-V [Commonwealth Universe]
You've read about the hit Tri-V series "Hoven Quest". Now read the short stories Kendle Fyx originally wrote, that inspired the series ... and brought about the final battle between Hoveni and Set'ri, with the whole universe watching. Meruk was just an ordinary university student. A piece of Hovenu jewelry left for him by his parents when they died sparked an interest in Hovenu history and culture that became his major course of study--archaeology. A fascinating discovery on a summer dig led to ... more info>>
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Fracture [Colonial Scouts Adventures Book 1]
Two mismatched and insecure teenagers study to become Colonial Scouts. During a training exercise, a system malfunction traps them in a fractured wormhole, transporting them from world to world, and they must work together to find their way home.
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Dinosaur Summer
Fifty years after professor Challenger's discovery of the Lost World, America's last dinosaur circus has gone bankrupt, leaving a dozen avisaurs, centrosaurs, ankylosaurs, and one large raptor abandoned. Now a daring expedition plans to do the impossible: return the Jurassic giants to the wild. Two filmmakers, a circus trainer, a journalist, and a young Peter Belzoni must find a way to take the dinosaurs across oceans, continents, rivers, jungles, up a mountain that has been isolated for 70,000 ... more info>>
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Eternity
Multiple Nebula and Hugo Award-winner Greg Bear returns to the Earth of his acclaimed novel Eon--a world devastated by nuclear war.  The crew of the asteroid-starship Thistledown has thwarted an attack by the Jarts by severing their link to the Way, an endless corridor that spans universes.  The asteroid settled into orbit around Earth and the tunnel snaked away, forming a contained universe of its own. Forty years later, on Gaia, Rhita Vaskayza recklessly pursues her legacy, seeking an Earth on... more info>>
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Sinbad's Wife [The Adventures of Sinbad Book Two]
Former smuggler Sinbad sh'en Singh and his beloved Andrea are married at last, but happily ever after doesn't appear to be in their future. Even before the wedding bells have stopped ringing, a young stranger appears claiming to be Sin's son. While Andi is adjusting to that news, Sin succumbs to the illness that threatens their happiness, and the only surgeon who can save him unscrupulously demands Andi's body as his fee. Reluctantly paying the price, the little Navajo finds herself on a mid-spa... more info>>
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This Crowded Earth
Through the eyes of a few residents on Earth's bloated surface we are shown society hitting the hard wall of too many people without enough resources. Harry Collins lives in a single tiny room without a window and hates the commutrain ride, which is like the black hole of Calcutta on wheels. If he can get his private car out of commugarage, he might be able to get to work on time. If only wasn't for his headaches. Surely, too many people is putting a strain on Harry--as it is on society. At work... more info>>
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Meter Destiny
A Jack Meter Case File Having saved the universe twice in less than a year, Jack Meter is looking forward to moving into his new downtown apartment and settling back into routine. Instead, he is hurled into his weirdest case yet: one of the Three Fates from Greek mythology has been kidnapped. Although the claim stretches his credulity to the breaking point, he soon must wade through a series of riddles and lies that threaten the life of his closest friends. Along the way, despite his attempts at... more info>>
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Vault of the Beast
It came to Earth to find a genius mathematician ... the one human in the solar system capable of understanding the ultimate prime number. Time is running out. The time-lock on the Beast's millennia-old Martian cage is about to open, and mankind will never be able to deal with the threat! A classic from the Golden Age of science fiction, originally published in the August, 1940 issue of Astounding Science Fiction.
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Gold in the Sky
Alan E. Nourse's 1958 novel of fortunes made and lost, murder, and betrayal among the asteroid miners. Originally published in the September, 1958 issue of AMAZING SCIENCE FICTION STORIES magazine.
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For Love of Kumiko: A Science Fiction Romance Novel
He Fell in Love with an Android! She was an android. Love was never so complex! For Love of Kumiko is a science fiction romance about a torrid, yet bittersweet, love affair between an android and a human man. Allen Goodwin's life was turned upside down when he fell in love with Kumiko. The problem was that she came with an instruction manual. Love was never so complex.
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Exiles of Time: The Classic Science-Fantasy Novel
A Man and A Woman Are Snatched Thousands of Years to Save All Humanity from the Destructive Fury of a Runaway Comet in This Pulp Classic! Lance Vidor and Vale Marlow were part of that band of humans shanghied backward through time, thousands of years, where they were known as the Exiles of Time. There Lance and Vale found they must struggle with other exiles to help Earth's civilization from the destruction of a runaway comet. But there were others among them, unscrupulous men who had been snatc... more info>>
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Cosmic Slavers [Empire of Evil #1]
Before the Venusians Could Conquer the Solar System They First Needed to Kidnap Earth Women for Their Slave Pens! Blood and thunder science fiction from the glory days of the pulp magazines. "A blue Mercurian, arrogance in every line of his shell-covered body, was leading a white Earth-girl up the street. The Earth-girl was practically naked. She walked with head bent, shoulders drooping-a creature without hope. The rope around her slender waist, by which the Mercurian hauled her along, had r... more info>>
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The Vanishing Venusians
Matt Harker and his people have journeyed for far too long. A rag-tag group of Earthmen and Venusians floating on the Sea of Morning Opals. Floating without a home and with very little hope. Victimized by hostile natives, burning fevers, bad soil, and bad luck. When land is sighted Harker makes the decision to scale the mountainous terrain in the dim hopes of finding a new home. With two companions they ascend to encounter unknown malevolent alien beings. Harker thought he'd be lucky if they ... more info>>
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4th Wish
A beach, a bottle found, and a beautiful woman. Just another day in paradise, right? Nope. That would be too easy. This is a new take on an old story.
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Galactic Frontiers
The Galaxy is being colonized by well financed groups and nations but the UN is increasing its control of earth and now wants to control the colonies as well. A confederacy of ships bought by groups from the United States has a different idea about the type government they want and are willing to fight for it. Sage Gomez learns his parents are among them and that he will be leaving for the stars. He has no idea of how much trouble is waiting for them beyond earth. He is going to have to age awfu... more info>>
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Pandemic
Alan Thurston was an immunologist at Midwestern University Medical School. Like most men in the teaching trade, he also had a research project. If it worked out, he'd be one of the great names in medicine; like Jenner, Pasteur, and Salk. But it didn't work. Quite the opposite ... he created a disease the ravaged the human race.
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A Positive Romance
Edward Bellamy (1850-1898) was an American author and socialist, most famous for his utopian novel, "Looking Backward," set in the year 2000. "A Positive Romance" is one of his rare short stories, originally published in 1898, about an idea for the perfection of the human race.
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Plague Lords [Deathlands #84]
BEYOND RECKONING: After a century of chaos following the nukes, Deathlands is forming pockets of civilization, aided by predark stockpiles of weapons, fuel and pieces of 21st-century knowledge. But these troves are hard to come by, and survival remains a blood quest. For Ryan Cawdor and his warrior survivalists, luck is sparse, chances slimmer, yet hope drives them onward. PITS OF HELL: The sulphur-teeming Gulf of Mexico is the poisoned end of the earth, but loaded cargo ships ruined by skydark ... more info>>
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The Cosmic Blinker
Though the military considerations of a station in space have been emphasized by scientists, probably with the hope that such an angle might facilitate funds for such a project, one of the greatest benefits to accrue from successful establishment of a space station or an ultimate base on the moon would be the advantages of establishing an astronomical observatory. The effectiveness of our present telescopes would be increased manyfold, once outside the deep ocean of the earth's atmosphere. The n... more info>>
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The Contentment of Eric Williams
Eric Williams is an everyday chap from the twenty first century, at least until a time machine from the far far far future lands in front of him and disgorges a package tour of senior citizens, who have travelled back to meet with Eric... Things get worse when, the following night, another time machine appears, this one merely from the near-far future, carrying a consortium of businessmen (headed by the ruthless Marco White), and scientific personnel, (headed by the infuriating Tessa Dalby), who... more info>>
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The Eternal Wall
A scream of brakes, the splash into icy waters, a long descent into alkaline depths ... it was death. But Ned Vince lived again ... a million years later, thanks to the strange creatures who had evolved on Earth after the Age of Man!
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Worlds of the Imperium
When Brion Bayard was kidnapped and brought to the alternate world where Earth's history took a different turn, it was not a pleasant experience. It was, however, a startling experience. Here was a world that was just like the Earth he was taken from--with just a few subtle changes. On top of all this, Brion was given a puzzling assignment by his captors. He was to secretly enter a palace, and kill a dangerous and tyrannical dictator. There was one, small catch--the hated dictator in this world ... more info>>
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Mr. Spaceship
The war continues as a stalemate. The Yucconae, an alien race, are living organisms that can traverse outer space. The Earth's drone rockets do not have a chance against the flexibility of a living organisms. Working in a military research facility, Kramer comes up with a system of installing a man's brain as the central processor of a rocket. Since a pilot could not withstand the pressures of deep space flight, a willing sacrifice will need to be made. Kramer's ex-wife, Dolores, remembers an ol... more info>>
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Across the Wasteland [The Exceptionals Book 2]
In the near tomorrow, narco-Terrorists and ultra criminals with world conquering agendas prompt the governments of the world to create The Exceptionals, various groups of bio-enhanced bounty hunters, who could go anywhere in the name of justice and the law. In this sequel to The Exceptionals: The Measure of a Man, Lastshot and the alluring and deadly Skorpion are stranded in the nuclear wasteland that once was Chechnya. With them is a shuttlecraft of innocents and the deadly and mysterious priso... more info>>
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