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The Long Result

by John Brunner

When racial hatred turns to murderous menace . . . First a rocket ship loses its engines on take-off and is destroyed. On board - an important extra-terrestrial visitor. Next someone slams into the sealed vehicle...


Enigma from Tantalus

by John Brunner

'We won't be landing anywhere just yet', Waters said to the other passengers on the spaceship Fulmar. 'I was pretty mystified by this story of mechanical breakdown, so I've been checking up.' He hefted his little...


The Altar at Asconel

by John Brunner

Whether or not he had wanted to turn back at the last minute, he couldn't have - the wave of dirty, hungry people carried him helplessly along in their fervour reach the temple. Like dope addicts, he told himself,...


The Rites of Ohe

by John Brunner

'How short a time a century really is . . .' The speaker was Immortal Karmesin, and he had lived a thousand years. He stood, a gigantic figure against the rush of time, a permanently open channel for the infants...


Meeting at Infinity

by John Brunner

Allyn Vage was once a beautiful woman, but due to an accident - which may have been a murder attempt - she was now a hopeless cripple, burned and disfigured and without the senses of sight, hearing, smell, taste...


Conan's Brethren

by Robert E. Howard & Stephen Jones

Robert E. Howard was a pulpwriter who turned his hand to everything from historical adventure and detective stories to Western and boxing fiction - and invented the genre now known as sword-and-sorcery: it is...


The Quantum Thief

by Hannu Rajaniemi

The most exciting SF debut of the last 5 years - a star to stand alongside Reynolds and Morgan. Jean le Flambeur is a post-human criminal, mind burglar, confidence artist and trickster. His origins are shrouded...


The River of Shadows

by Robert V.S. Redick

The latest novel in Robert V.S Redick's stunning and original fantasy epic is a taut race against time that takes the Chathrand across the seas in a desperate bid to stop the sorcer Arunis unleashing the Swarm...


400 Billion Stars

by Paul McAuley

Dorothy Yoshida is a telepath, and a really rather good one at that. She's also a scientist, and when a small planet begins to manifest some unusual signs she is sent to investigate. The planet is more than...


Fairyland

by Paul McAuley

The 21st century. Europe is divided between the First World bourgeoisie, made rich by nanotechnology and the cheap versatile slave labour of genetically engineered Dolls and the Fourth World of refugees and...


Telepathist

by John Brunner

Howson was a runt. Twisted, ugly, crippled. The kind of guy people just didn't want to know. But when he took a deep breath, braced himself and projected his thoughts thousands of miles into space, they were...


King Solomon's Mines

by H. Rider Haggard

King Solomon's Mines tells a story of expedition and search in the unexplored region of Africa by a group of adventurers led by Allan Quatermain for the missing brother of one of the party. Haggard knew Africa...


The People of the Mist

by H. Rider Haggard

The People of the Mist tells the story a British adventurer seeking wealth in the wilds of Africa, finding romance, and discovering a lost race and its monstrous god.


Allan Quatermain

by H. Rider Haggard

In this adventure novel we follow Allan Quatermain, a character appearing in other Haggard novels. Allan finds English cities and climate unbearable, he prefers to spend most of his life in Africa, where he...


She: A History of Adventure

by H. Rider Haggard

A young Cambridge University professor, Horace Holly, is visited by a colleague, Vincey, who reveals that he will soon die and proceeds to tell Holly a fantastical tale of his family heritage. He charges Holly...


Perception

by Alaric Albertsson

The first ship was sighted over St. Louis...and then St. Louis was gone.


The Portal in the Picture

by Lewis Padgett & C.L. Moore

Under Eddie Burton's management, the ambitious starlet Lorna Maxwell seemed headed for the top of Broadway's glamorous world of make-believe. And then she vanished - through a wall where there was no door. Eddie...


Tomorrow and Tomorrow

by Lewis Padgett & C.L. Moore

Tomorrow and Tomorrow begins a hundred years after the Hiroshima A-blast. We meet Joseph Breden, a nuclear physicist chosen as one of the guardians at Uranium Pile Number One. As a member of the Global Peace...


The Universe Between

by Alan E. Nourse

Bob Benedict is one of the few scientists able to make contact with the invisible, dangerous world of The Thresholders and return - sane! For years he has tried to transport - and receive - matter by transmitting...


The Fourth Horseman

by Alan E. Nourse

Wilderness Patrol fficer Pamela Tate, scouting in the mountains of Washington, sees and touches a ground squirrel in the dusty path, blood trickling from its mouth. Forty-eight hours later she lies dead at her...