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The Wooden Spaceships: Land and Overland Book 2

by Bob Shaw

Twenty-four years have passed since Toller Maraquine led the population of Land to the sister planet of Overland. Somehow, those left behind have become immune to the deadly pterthacosis which caused the exodus,...


Warren Peace: Dimensions: Warren Peace Book 2

by Bob Shaw

Warren Peace joined the Space Legion to forget - and forget what it was he wanted to forget. In his quest to find out who he'd been he got turned into an Oscar by a symbiotic alien parasite.

Oscars are invulnerable...


The Lunatics of Terra

by John Sladek

John Sladek's hilarious SF satires may show a world riddled with shambolic flaws, but this (he points out) is actually the good news:

"My own small ray of hope concerns human frailty. All conspiracies, no matter...


Depression or Bust

by Mack Reynolds

Son," the president said. "What in the name of Moses is going on in this country?"

Weigand, his pipe clenched tightly between his teeth, said "Mr. President, it's a Depression."

"A Depression?"

"Yes, sir."

"...


The Space Barbarians

by Mack Reynolds

John of the Hawks was a proud, young man, proud of his people, proud of his heritage, and proud of his ability to count coup on his clann's traditional enemies. He knew what was right and what was wrong - the...


Amazon Planet

by Mack Reynolds

Amazonia had a reputation for strangeness even among the zany worlds of the United Federation of Planets. It was a spartan planet ruled by a fearsome military caste - made up exclusively of women. The males...


Alien Realms

by E.E.'Doc' Smith

Lord Tedric of the Marshes, ex-Corpsman and interplanetary warrior, faces a crucial mission: to crush the threat of the Destructive Forces by capturing their agent on the Bioman sphere, the ruthless Black Knight...


Black Knight of the Iron Sphere

by E.E.'Doc' Smith

Lord Tedric of the Marshes, ex-Corpsman, revered hero of the Empire and personal friend of the Emperor, is a traitor.

Fugitive from the Security Forces, Tedric and his blue-furred alien friend Ky-Shan intend...


The Space Pirates

by E.E.'Doc' Smith & Stephen Goldin

Tedric the hero had become Tedric the pirate...

He looked at his strange companions: Philip Nolan, an aristocrat turned mutineer; Keller, a subman with canine ancestry; Ky-shan, a huge blue-furred alien; KT294578...


Lord Tedric

by E.E.'Doc' Smith

The future of mankind is in the hands of the legendary Corps of One Hundred, an elite body of warriors, selected and trained for the greatest honours in the empire of man.

But there is something different about...


Rogue in Space

by Fredric Brown

He had no name, no language, no friends. He had not been born and he could not multiply. He had just 'Happened' - an accidental combination of atoms that could think and learn and do a lot of incredible things....


Conversations

by Barry N. Malzberg

This is the story of a strange and terrible world of the future. A world where children live without parents and family. There is no sense of the past in this world, no sense of history except in the mind of...


The Cross of Fire

by Barry N. Malzberg

In the far future, it has become possible in advanced psychotherapy for a man to be given dreams as vivid as reality in which he may play any part he chooses. If that man were inclined to see his life as a struggle...


Herovit's World

by Barry N. Malzberg

Jonathan Herovit is a science fiction writer in a state of deep personal and professional crisis. Whilst struggling to deal with his wife?s post-partum depression, his own alcoholism and a long-overdue novel...


Spacehounds of IPC

by E.E.'Doc' Smith

When the Inter-Planetary Corporation's crack spaceliner Arturus took off on a routine flight to Mars, it turned out to be the beginning of a most unexpected trip to the unexplored moons of distant Jupiter.

For...


The Skylark of Space: Skylark Book 1

by E.E.'Doc' Smith

Brilliant government scientist Richard Seaton discovers a remarkable faster-than-light fuel that will power his interstellar spaceship, The Skylark.

His ruthless rival, Marc DuQuesne, and the sinister World...


Shakespeare's Planet

by Clifford D. Simak

After a thousand years in space the earth vessel lands on a remote planet capable of supporting human life, Shakespeare's Planet.

But due to a systems malfunction Carter Horton is the only crew member to awaken...


Empire

by Clifford D. Simak

Who controls power controls the Solar System, and Interplanetary Power, through its power accumulators controls power. Spencer Chambers, the president of Interplanetary Power, used that control to rule the Solar...


Russian Spring

by Norman Spinrad

In the near future, the debt-laden U.S. owns a technology that renders it "the world's best-defended Third World country." The only real outer-space planning is in Common Europe, so young American "space cadet"...


The Seed of Evil

by Barrington J. Bayley

After The Knights of the Limits, here is a second collection of endlessly inventive stories by Barrington J. Bayley; dark fables resounding with sombre undertones - love used as a weapon, God assassinated by...