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Twin Planets

by Philip E. High

Earth and Firma were twin planets - mirror worlds in a single time-track. Now Firma was halted in its rotation around the sun by the Aliens. Unless Denning and Liston, twin humans, could destroy the Aliens and...


Reality Forbidden

by Philip E. High

If wishes would only come truehow often has every human being thought that? How wonderful life would be if only we could have everything we ever dreamed of? But the man who invented the dream-machine turned...


Still River

by Hal Clement

The Riddle of Enigma Years of exacting study were coming to an end. All five student scientists, each the best its species had to offer, were one step away from their final degrees. One examination remained:...


Star Light

by Hal Clement

The return of Barlennan Dhrawn was a giant rockball, more than 3,000 times the mass of Earth. Perhaps a planet, perhaps a nearly dead star, the 17 billion square miles of mystery cried out for investigation....


Cycle of Fire

by Hal Clement

Stranded on an alien planet, light years from home, wandering from blistering heat to searing cold, Nils Kruger was not a happy man. So when he met another being - even though it wasn't human - things seemed...


Iceworld

by Hal Clement

As the planet gleamed in his viewport, Sallman Ken could not believe that such a bleak and icy globe could have produced intelligent life. Yet when the expedition had sent in unmanned landers, that was what...


Needle

by Hal Clement

Two ships race in from outer space and crash in the Pacific Ocean. One contains a hunter, entrusted with a vital mission. The other, his quarry - corrupt, evil, a criminal from an unearthly civilisation light...


Phoenix

by Richard Cowper

In the 24th Century, mankind lives in Utopia. Everyone is happy, apart from one man. 'A misfit, a throwback, a genuine freak' is how eighteen year old Bard (with typical eighteen year old romanticism) describes...


A Dream of Kinship

by Richard Cowper

They came to destroy! The treacherous Falcons, uniformed in the black leather tunics of the fanatic Secular Arm, descended on Corlay to burn and kill. Commanded by Lord Constant, ruler of the Seven Kingdoms,...


Dangerous Visions

by Harlan Ellison

Anthologies seldom make history, but Dangerous Visions is a grand exception. Harlan Ellison's 1967 collection of science fiction stories set an almost impossibly high standard, as more than a half dozen of its...


Beyond the Galactic Lens: Cap Kennedy Book 16

by E.C. Tubb

Three times had the scientific genius, Kaifeng, slipped through the hands of the men of FATE - and three times those equally fanatic guardians of the fragile structure of interworld peace had tracked him down...


Earth Enslaved: Cap Kennedy Book 9

by E.C. Tubb

THROUGH THE TERROR TOROID It could have bee a black hole - one of those terrifying rips in space that defy all laws. That it was artificial in origin did not make it any less deadly. Worst of all, that strange...


The Eater of Worlds: Cap Kennedy Book 8

by E.C. Tubb

THE VAULT IN THE VALLEY On a far semi-desert world, shunned by trade routes, and unattractive to star travellers, there is a barren and isolated valley. Dominating this valley is a great time-eroded Sphinx-like...


The Gholan Gate: Cap Kennedy Book 7

by E.C. Tubb

DOORWAY TO UTOPIA "Beyond that curtain of darkness lies paradise" That was the promise of the doorway known as the Gholan Gate, a doorway so ancient that its makers had vanished millions of years before the...


Galaxy of the Lost: Cap Kennedy Book 1

by E.C. Tubb

FREE ACTING TERRAN ENVOY F.A.T.E. Captain Kennedy, Earth's trouble shooter carries the Banner of Terran against the unknown sciences and alien psychologies of a thousand worlds. The crack in the cosmos that...


Temple of Death

by E.C. Tubb

For ten years, Colin sweated, slaved, and eventually built-up a nice business on a dusty world called Mars. Ten more years and he'd have been able to retire a rich man. Five more years and he'd have put all...


The Luck Machine

by E.C. Tubb

We talk of good luck and bad luck. We even wear, some of us, good luck charms and we tend to select certain lucky numbers if we enter a raffle. No, Norman, you can't tell me that we don't acknowledge the existence...


Stellar Assignment

by E.C. Tubb

Trapped in the economic rat0race of the 21st century Kevin Blake had little going for him but an over-active imagination: an attribute which brought him to the notice of Paul Trevainen, who made Kevin an offer...


Century of the Manikin

by E.C. Tubb

Peaceful, happy, non-violent . . . the perfect society? Or was it? As chief of Propaganda and Emotional Control, Joseph P. Lincoln had experience in coping with every potential threat to the system. But even...


Escape into Space

by E.C. Tubb

The ship rose on a column of invisible, super-heated steam ejected at incredible velocity. The spread of the blast flattened everything in the immediate vicinity. The surrounding town was wiped out. Immediately...