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Space Search

by Mack Reynolds

WAS VENU'S FATHER ADRIFT IN SPACE, CAPTIVE...OR DEAD?

Life changed abruptly for 16-year-old Venu Jhabulova when his father disappeared. Venu had been heir to a large fortune and his father's title...but now...


The Towers of Utopia

by Mack Reynolds

SHYLER-DEME IS UNDER SEIGE!

The enemy has no face. It does not show on the scanners. It avoids the world's most sophisticated surveillance system. But it leaves a wake of profitless crime and motiveless murder......


Equality In the Year 2000

by Mack Reynolds

Julian West had been put into a hypnotic trance and placed in a sealed room. Then the house burned down and he was forgotten...until he awoke forty years later. It was the year 2000, and it seemed like Utopia....


Rolltown

by Mack Reynolds

In Rolltown, Reynolds has turned his productive imagination towards the growing phenomenon of mobile living in America. Taking us decades into the future, he tells the story of a world where people have taken...


The Earth War

by Mack Reynolds

In the 21st century the nature of war has change - Atomic weapons, Bazookas and rockets, were all banned. Machine guns were just permissable.

An the newest secret weapon? - A GLIDER

East and West had managed...


Border, Breed Nor Birth

by Mack Reynolds

The booming muskets and the cracking rifles suddenly began to fall off in intensity and the camelmen and the hordes of Tuareg women and naked children who had swarmed from the tents to greet them were falling...


Black Man's Burden

by Mack Reynolds

The turmoil in Africa is only beginning-and it must grow worse before it's better. Not until the people of Africa know they are Africans-not warring tribesmen-will there be peace...


Dawnman Planet

by Mack Reynolds

Ron Bronston was sworn to protect the United Planets' dream - the pursuit of freedom and progress on all of the 3000 human-inhabited planets of the galaxy.

As an operative of the secret section of the United...


Empty Space: A Haunting

by M. John Harrison

EMPTY SPACE is a space adventure. We begin with the following dream:

An alien research tool the size of a brown dwarf star hangs in the middle of nowhere, as a result of an attempt to place it equidistant from...


Damned and Fancy

by John Brosnan

Travis Thompson had been a hard-hitting investigative journalist. Now he wore blue tights and a bright red codpiece, and rode a horse around a world which resembled a second-rate medieval movie set. Jack the...


The Ice King

by Michael Scott Rohan & Allan J. Scott

A Viking temple. A Viking ship. Both preserved in the clinging, black mud of the North Yorkshire estuary. Press and TV watch over the archaeologists' shoulders as past and present merge.

And while huge, death-cold...


Sanctuary in the Sky

by John Brunner

A cold war among the stars was growing hotter by the minute. As Pag and Cathrodyne struggled for domination, a hot war threatened which would rend and annihilate whole planetary systems. The two master races...


The Sky Lords

by John Brosnan

The Gene Wars have turned Earth into a blighted wasteland. Mile-long airships patrol the skies, exacting crippling tribute from the scattered ground communities. Threatened by mutant vegetation and predatory...


The Age of Scorpio

by Gavin G. Smith

Praised by Stephen Baxter and Adam Roberts, reviewed ecstatically by SFX magazine, Gavin Smith's first novel VETERAN announced an exciting new voice on the SF scene. WAR IN HEAVEN, set in the same universe,...


The Infinitive of Go

by John Brunner

CODE NAME POSTER The first practical matter transmitter was a success, or so everyone thought. In spite of paranoid security restrictions, Justin Williams and Cinnamon Wright, co- inventors of the device, counted...


Give Warning to the World

by John Brunner

Are there aliens among us? Are the chariots of the gods returning? If so - are they for us or against us?

John Brunner, award-winning author and science fiction writer extraordinary, takes the questions now...


The Opoponax Invasion

by John Brosnan

It's 2248, and in a society so electronically wired-up that everyone is obliged to be imprinted with their own personal circuitry, it takes a pretty sharp operator to beat the system.

Joster Rack is such an...


The Fall of the Sky Lords

by John Brosnan

Shangri-La is a protected haven built by the enigmatic Eloi, (genetically-enhanced humans of indeterminate sex), and is now the Antarctic underwater prison of Jan Dorvin, once Sky Lord Captain, sometime dictator...


Cloud Castles

by Michael Scott Rohan

The Spiral: where past and present meet, where myth and legend infiltrate the mundane world, where Hy Brasil and Babylon are but a short voyage away - via the cloud archipelagos...

You can't always find it -...


The Skynappers

by John Brunner

When Ivan Wright stepped out of his mountain cabin, rifle in hand, to investigate the sound of a strange helicopter, he stepped right into the middle of a galactic crisis.

For the crew of that odd aircraft were...