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Subspace Survivors
In 1960, editor John W. Campbell and E.E. "Doc" Smith launched the SUBSPACE series with "Subspace Survivors," about a mighty spaceship lost in subspace. Smith's usual blend of action, adventure, and larger-than-life themes again come into play in this novelet.
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Gambler's World
The planet Petreac has just signed a treaty with Terra. On hand to celebrate are a many notables from the planet's elite Nenni caste, as well as Jame Retief, his superior Magnan, and other members of the Terran Diplomatic Corps. When revolution threatens, it's up to Retief to save his assignment from ruin. He will risk life and limb (quite literally) to save the day. A classic entry in Laumer's most famous series!
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Better Than Chocolate
Hunting down his partner's killer and investigating a pair of seemingly unrelated murders, SF Police Inspector Noah Dane stumbles onto a conspiracy that threatens all humanity. Chastity Blume, a celebrated talk show host known as "America's Favorite Virgin" discovers the sinister plot while searching for the mother she never knew. Along with Noah's new crime-fighting partner--a Marilyn Monroe celebudroid--they lead a cast of quirky characters towards a climax of comically sexy proportions, where... more info>>
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Subspace Survivors: The Classic SF Novelette
Deadly Peril and Romance in Subspace! The space opera master's masterful novelette of brainy men and women lost in a realm no one has ever returned from. As the original magazine blurb in Analog put it: "There has always been, and will always be, the problem of surviving the experience that any trained expert can handle ... when there hasn't been any first survivor to be an expert! When no one has ever gotten back to explain what happened..."
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It Was the Day of the Robot
Here is a major science-fiction novel in the tradition of Brave New World and 1984. Frank Belknap Long's long-lost science fiction masterpiece concerns a machine that computes men's futures ... and the one person who dared to tamper with its infallible system! Frank Belknap Long, one of the Lovecraft Circle, is best known for his contributions to "Weird Tales," "Thrilling Wonder Stories" and other pulp magazines. Long also wrote for radio and television.
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Mother Feral's Love
Four days ... That is all the time Evrandal the Feral has to save her child, Broglin, from slavery in the dreaded mines of Tuscum. Four days to rescue a daughter who does not even know Evrandal is her mother. Evrandal the Feral, a creature half-human and scorned by society, forbidden by Holy Law from entering the Shrine of the Four Mothers, must now journey through the wild deserts of Vrantum to distant cities to find out who killed a somewhat seedy alchemist. She must protect herself from the w... more info>>
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The Mightiest Man
When the aliens conquered Earth, they chose one man to study. And, in exchange for ultimate power, this man sold out humanity lock, stock, and barrel, becoming the greatest traitor the world has ever known. But when the aliens leave--and the traitor remains behind--what is the rest of the planet to do? Especially since he can torture or kill with mere thought ... Originally published in "Worlds of If" November 1961, here is a Silver Age science fiction story!
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3rd World Products: Book 10
Out of the blue, Megan Donner inherits a sailboat from a man her mother knew years ago. She asks Ed to help her sail it to Jacksonville, but her boat is mysteriously sunk by gunfire only a few miles from Miami during a test of repairs. Subsequent investigation discovers a damaged and leaking nuclear device had been built into the boat and a trail of residual radiation leads from Miami all the way to New York along Interstate 95. Within days of that discovery, three journalists are arrested on sp... more info>>
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Encounter
The spaceship came plummeting out of the sky--a soundless, streaking, purple glow, moving faster and faster until it ripped at the trees, crashed through them and struck sickeningly against a hill. Momentarily it flared brightly, then went out. It was not long after that the murders began--strange, inexplicable deaths, all the victims found with their heads crushed as if their skulls had exploded outward. The trail of victims led from Arkansas to Tennessee, to Kentucky, Illinois and Michigan--si... more info>>
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Triplanetary
No single phrase can describe TRIPLANETARY, the first of the "Lensman" stories, the volume providing the background for the remaining novels in the series. It might be terned a Galactic Romance, or a Cosmological Fantasy--but above all else it is a story. From the atomic age in Atlantis or a bloody Roman arena, you are borne to the watery world of Nevia, remote in space and time. You meet two incredible ancient races, the Arisians and the Eddorians, and you view the ancient conflict between thes... more info>>
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Invaders from the Infinite [Battle of the Infinite Trilogy Book 3]
The alien spaceship was unthinkably huge, enormously powerful, apparently irresistible. It came from the void and settled on Earth, striking awe into the hearts of all who saw it. Its mission, however, was not conquest--but a call for help! First contact was a job for the brilliant team of scientists, Arcot, Wade, and Morey. And what they received was an offer of an alliance against an invading foe so powerful that no known force could turn it back! John W. Campbell's INVADERS FROM THE INFINITE ... more info>>
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Legacy
Plasmoids, ancient living machines, suddenly begin moving under their own power after millennia of stillness for reasons that remain a mystery to men. Holati Tate discovered them--then disappeared. Trigger Argee was Tate's closest associate--and she means to find him. Trigger is brilliant, beautiful, and skilled in every known martial art. She's worth plenty--dead or alive--to more than one faction in this obscure battle. And she's beginning to have a chilling notion that the long-vanished Maste... more info>>
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BARK!
Tonto, a cross-eyed, ADHD affected little weenie dog with only one testicle, who already has a self-created job of compulsively shoveling pine straw into piles with sticks, is suddenly drafted into another job: saving the world from an alien invasion! Can he manage both jobs? Well perhaps, if a compulsively cursing alcoholic super genius and his co-ed groupies combine talents with a cigar chomping Italian whose air-headed secretary inadvertently gives him unlimited pentagon funding, and then hel... more info>>
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Lord of the Djinn [David Duqayne #2]
All New! Never Before Published! Climax to the David Duqayne Duology! As evil aliens using psychic powers prepare to launch their final bid to conquer the Earth, Lillian Hart must choose between Duqayne and his best friend, Mike Havelin, members of an elite team whose psychic wild talents may give Earth and edge in the coming apocalypse. Here is the last unpublished Stuart Byrne science-fantasy novel, a rare treat for lovers of sf/f/h.
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Flight of the Gryphon
Katera would rather die than allow the elders to present her at the altar of Kopa Na An. Her twin sister, Adrella, never returned after her Summons to the altar. Craving an end to her suffering under the merciless rule of Askinadon, Katera plots her own demise. Her plans are foiled when Mikolen rescues her as she plunges hundreds of feet down a waterfall to her death. The attractive stranger releases her from her forced servitude to Askinadon by removing the high-tech device implanted in her hea... more info>>
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Blood-Red Resolution
DEEP IN THE PERUVIAN JUNGLE! It's a new metal detected by the Spaceborn Imaging Satellites (SIS), who've labeled it the blood-red resolution matrix. The problem for Dayklan Inc. is that The Mentlic Group has already reached and fortified the site--possession being nine-tenths of the law. Is the new discovery worth a corporate war? United Courier Service's Dave Wilcox must transport three hard-won specimens from the ancient Incan stronghold of Machu Picchu to Cuzco, little suspecting that death a... more info>>
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Twisted Tails II [Out of Time Volume 2 of 2]
Does time exist as a separate dimension? Does it have a unique place with definable limits in space? Does it move independently according to its own purpose? Or does it only move when other things move, completely dependent on prevailing conditions and binding dimensions in its surrounding space--a causal result bound to the whole? Perhaps it's just a simpleminded construct humans have concocted to explain the inexplicable. Is it vaguely possible that it's a set of branes slightly out of sync an... more info>>
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The Shadow Girl
A mysterious tower appears in the middle of a city, bearing a troubled girl from the future in search of help from today. One of Cummings' best works, THE SHADOW GIRL remains thoroughly readable and enjoyable even though it was first published more than eighty years ago. ABOUT THE AUTHOR "He is a Verne returned and a Wells going forward," remarked "Bob" Davis, dean of American magazine editors. "He is the American H.G. Wells," say other critics. Cummings has an unusual flair for things scientifi... more info>>
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Genesis [Sarah's Landing Book 4]
When the Crllion battle-cruiser disables the renegade ship and is in danger of exploding, destroying everything within it's sphere, Andrew teleports its Commander and crew to his ship. The survivors are hailed as heroes and when Pleiades reaches Earth, they ask for sanctuary. However, an influential member of Space Command believes they pose a danger and demand that they be incarcerated in a space prison until an investigation can determine what to do with them. With Joshua's help, his sons, And... more info>>
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The Ray Cummings Omnibus: Brigands of the Moon; Wandl the Invader; Tarrano the Conqueror
Three Thrilling Golden Age Pulp Novels! When pirates threaten the mail run of a passenger ship to Luna, the ship's pilot and a brainy woman fight for their lives--and the lives of others in Brigands of the Moon. Then a wandering planet enters the solar system bent on conquest when Earth faces the peril of Wandl the Invader. In Cummings' best novel, only one brave woman can save the world when a would-be dictator rises to ruthlessly crush freedom and remake the world in the image of Tarrano the C... more info>>
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Junkyard Planet
This novel had its genesis in a much shorter story called "Graveyard of Dreams" (Galaxy, 1958) Piper expanded it to book length, and it appeared in 1963 as Junkyard Planet. Ace later renamed the book The Cosmic Computer for its paperback appearance. This edition returns the book to Piper's original title, Junkyard Planet. Conn Maxwell returns from Terra to his home world of Poictesme, dubbed "The Junkyard Planet" because of all the military equipment left behind after the last war. Conn claims h... more info>>
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Birth of a New Breed: Attainment [Science Fiction Series Book 4 Vol. 2 of 2]
At the headquarters of the Interworld Corps, the matching of couples continues. Theo instantly warms to his prospective bride, until she frankly makes a confession that scandalizes the morally upright Gaean. Managing to control the violent emotions unleashed by her candid admission, the Captain narrowly avoids disaster. Jassy falls in love at his first sight of his prospective wife, but fails to realize that she endures bitter disappointment owing to his inability to rouse her to passion. Arlen ... more info>>
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Birth of a New Breed: Genesis [Science Fiction Series Book 4, Vol. 1 of 2]
After founding a new world on Wheeler, as described in the third novel in the series, Partnership of Equals, Signe and Arlen begin implementing their plan to create a computer program that will match some seventy couples for compatibility. Having consigned that task to a committee that includes Jess, the Co-Commanders find that Conor's second officer seizes on an opportunity to solve her unique dilemma: finding a husband willing to wed the Corps' only female lieutenant. Equally wary of what sort... more info>>
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Skylark Three
Seaton and Crane return in this exciting sequel to "The Skylark of Space!" In Skylark Three, Seaton has developed a "Zone of Force" to protect his ship, the Skylark. But with the Zone up and running, he can no longer control his vessel. Can this new invention help them prevail against the Fenachronians, with their advanced technology ... and their determination to conquer the galaxy, starting with the destruction of Earth? And what of DuQuesne and his villainous plans? Space Opera at its best!
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The Islands of Mak-Naw
A wild adventure on a distant planet, a millennium from now, in a tale with plenty of action, sex, adventure, mystery, suspense, and danger throughout. It is also the wonderful story of romance, intrigue, and empowerment set in that distant time and place. And there are always the sinister forces of the powerful Imperium secret agency, from which all truth must be kept hidden. A lovely young, feisty (and single) woman journalist travels from Earth to the Planet Er-Da. There she suddenly experien... more info>>
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