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Star Maker

by Olaf Stapledon

Star Maker is a science fiction novel by Olaf Stapledon, published in 1937. The book describes a history of life in the universe, dwarfing in scale Stapledon's previous book, Last and First Men (1930), a history...


Little Fuzzy

by Henry Beam Piper

Little Fuzzy is the name of a science fiction novel by Henry Beam Piper. It is generally seen as a work of juvenile fiction. It was nominated for the 1963 Hugo Award for Best Novel.

The story revolves around...


From the Earth to the Moon

by Jules Verne

From the Earth to the Moon is a novel by Jules Verne. It tells the story of the Baltimore Gun Club, a post-American Civil War society of weapons enthusiasts, and their attempts to build an enormous Columbiad...


Deathworld

by Harry Harrison

Deathworld is the name of a series of science fiction novels by Harry Harrison including the books Deathworld (first published 1960, serialized in Astounding Science Fiction), Deathworld 2 (1964, initially titled...


Cracked Control

by Viola Grace

Addy was a lost Terran. Her ship was captured on the way to the Alliance training center, and she and the other occupants were held for experimentation.

Months of agony with her fellow humans dying under the...


The War of the Worlds

by H G Wells

Kaleidoscope Classics presents H G Wells’ ‘The War of the Worlds’. Presented as a fantastic edition with a fully interactive table of contents.

The War of the Worlds is a military science fiction novel...


Count to Infinity

Count to the Eschaton Sequence #6

by John C. Wright

Count to Infinity is John C. Wright's spectacular conclusion to the thought-provoking hard science fiction Eschaton Sequence, exploring future history and human evolution.

An epic space opera finale worthy of...


New Era Humans: Slaughter At The Silk Market

by Beau Le Rouge, Naushad Ali & Maya Tong

PLOT: Despite heresy accusations, two beautiful goddesses, one with long red hair, one with green, rescue a handsome man who is under siege from galactic female supremacists.

BACKGROUND: Legends say, that for...


Hot Planet

by Hal Clement

Mercury had no atmosphere - everyone knew that. Why was it developing one now? An incredibly pulse-poounding science fiction story by one of the greatest science fiction storytellers of all time, Hal Clement!...


H. G. Wells: Best Novels (The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds, The Invisible Man, The Island of Doctor Moreau, etc)

by H. G. Wells

Herbert George Wells (21 September 1866 – 13 August 1946) — known as H. G. Wells — was a prolific English writer in many genres, including the novel, history, politics, and social commentary, and textbooks...


Mars is My Destination

by Frank Belknap Long

There was trouble brewing on Mars. Two giant industrial empires fought for control there, and their struggle imperiled the whole Mars colony. Civil war - atomic civil war - could break out any second, leaving...


Many Dimensions

by Charles Williams

I shouldn't think he did, the General Secretary answered. "If I hadn't always found you a very reliable fellow-and if it wasn't for Lord Arglay-I met him once on a Commission and he seemed a very level-headed...


Man of Many Minds

by E. Everett Evans

Somewhere, somehow, the first moves have been made - the pattern is beginning to emerge. Someone - or something - is on the way to supreme power over all the planets held by Man. And the Inter-stellar Corps...


Persepolis Rising

The Expanse #7

by James S. A. Corey

The seventh novel in James S. A. Corey's New York Times bestselling Expanse series--now a major television series.

AN OLD ENEMY RETURNS

In the thousand-sun network of humanity's expansion, new colony worlds are...


The Dosadi Experiment and The Eyes of Heisenberg

by Frank Herbert

From Frank Herbert, creator of the Dune series, comes two classic works of science fiction

The Dosadi Experiment

Generations of a tormented human-alien people, caged on a toxic planet, conditioned by constant...


Lone Star Planet

by H. Beam Piper

When the whole ornery state of Texas took off for a new planet more to their liking, New Texas was the result: a rough-and-tumble world where everyone packs a gun and it's legal to shoot politicians (if they...


Little Fuzzy

by H. Beam Piper

Jack Holloway found himself squinting, the orange sun full in his eyes. He raised a hand to push his hat forward, then lowered it to the controls to alter the pulse rate of the contragravity-field generators...


Lost on Venus

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Second in the Venus series. Carson Napier begins this episode in the Room of the Seven Doors. He can leave any time he wants, but six of the seven doors lead to hideous deaths; only one is the door of life....


Islands of Space

by John Campbell

John Campbell's book was written as a sequel to The Black Star Passes, and believe me, it was a world-beater in those days. Arcot, Wade, Morey and their computer, Fuller, put together a ship which will travel...


John Carter and the Giant of Mars

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

"John Carter and the Giant of Mars," is a juvenile story penned by Burrough's son John "Jack" Coleman Burroughs, and claimed to have been revised by Burroughs. It was written for a Whitman Big Little Book, illustrated...