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  • Abandon Galaxy! ¤ Bart Somers

    Commander John Craig of Empire Worlds faces the most dangerous assignment of his career. The League of Outer Space Thieves, a deadly group of criminals knows as L.O.O.T, has planted a time bomb somewhere in the Empire Worlds. Craig's mission is to find that bomb before it explodes. Racing against a hidden clock, never knowing exactly when ... [more]

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    Abandon Galaxy!
  • An ABC of Science Fiction ¤ Tom (ed.) Boardman, 1971

    Twenty-Six Excursions into the Fantastic! An Awesome Breathtaking Collection of Science Fiction! Table of Contents: LET'S BE FRANK by Brian Aldiss; PATTERN by Fredric Brown; THE AWAKENING by Arthur C. Clarke; I DO NOT HEAR YOU, SIR by Avram Davidson; DAY AT THE BEACH By Carol Emshwiller; THE KING OF THE BEASTS By Philip Jose Farmer; HOMEY ... [more]

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    An ABC of Science Fiction
  • Aberystwyth Mon Amour ¤ Malcolm Pryce, 2002

    Schoolboys are disappearing all over Aberystwyth and nobody knows why. Louie Knight, the town's private investigator, soon realises that it is going to take more than a double ripple from Sospan, the philosopher cum ice-cream seller, to help find out what is happening to these boys and whether or not Lovespoon, the Welsh teacher, Grand Wiz ... [more]

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    Aberystwyth Mon Amour
  • The Abode of Life ¤ Lee Corey, 1982

    ON THE PLANET MERCAN THERE ARE NO STARS, NO MOON, NO OUTER SPACE... The citizens of Mercan cannot conceive of worlds beyond their own. Their sun, Mercaniad, is prone to deadly, radioactive flare-ups, and the Mercans have organized their life around the need to survive The Ordeal -- until a strange visitor appears from out of nowhere... The ... [more]

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    The Abode of Life
  • The Abominations of Yondo ¤ Clark Ashton Smith

    Clark Ashton Smith -- widely regarded as the third of the "Big Three" to emerge from the early days of the pulp magazine Weird Tales (after H.P. Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard) -- published dozens of weird fantasy tales. "The Abominations of Yondo" is one of his finest.

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    The Abominations of Yondo
  • Absorption ¤ John Meaney, 2010

    600 years from now on the world of Fulgor Roger Blackstone, son of two Pilots (long-time alien spies, masquerading as ordinary humans) aches to see the mythical Pilot's city of Labyrinth, in the fractal ur-continuum of mu-space. In 8th century Norseland, a young carl called Wulf kills a man, watched by a mysterious warrior who bears the ma ... [more]

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    Absorption
  • An Acceptable Time ¤ Madeleine L'Engle, 1990

    Polly's stay with her grandparents in Connecticut becomes an extraordinary experience as she encounters old friends and mysterious strangers and finds herself traveling back in time to play a crucial role in a prehistoric confrontation.

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    An Acceptable Time
  • The Accidental Earth ¤ Leo P. Kelley, 1970

    The sea suffered a convulsion accompanied by a bizarre burst of light. Leah whirled helplessly in a vortex where fish expanded and collapsed like eccentric balloons. Nothing was stable; she was tossed like a leaf riding some wild tide. Light blinded her and then disappeared to leave her in blackness. A flickering figure loomed before her, ... [more]

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    The Accidental Earth
  • Ace Science Fiction Reader ¤ Donald A. (ed.) Wollheim

    This is Lovecraft scholar Joshi's definitive annotated bibliography to works by and about H.P. Lovecraft.

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    Ace Science Fiction Reader
  • Aces High: A Mosaic Novel ¤ Lewis Shiner, 1989

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    Aces High: A Mosaic Novel
  • Across Realtime ¤ Vernor Vinge, 1993

    'The intricately plotted progress of characters from near to farfuture... on an Earth which, like an abandon playground, has long ago been left behind by an evolving humanity... human-scale action within a vast canvas' The Excyclopedia of Science Fiction. Encompassing time-travel, powerful mystery and the future history of humanity to its ... [more]

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    Across Realtime
  • Across the Flame ¤ Jonathan Wylie, 1996

    A powerful magician emerges from the painting in which he has been trapped for centuries. Anya realizes he intends to use and destroy her, but hope lies in her own powers and the uncanny strengths of her estranged twin sister, Meredith. By the author of the Servants of Ark trilogy.

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    Across the Flame
  • Across The Nightingale Floor ¤ Lian Hearn, 2004

    Enter the feudal world of the Otori - filled with magic, treachery and intrigue - inspired by medieval Japan and created by acclaimed Australian author, Lian Hearn. Across the Nightingale Floor is the first book in the five-part Tales of the Otori series. More than four million copies have been sold in over 36 countries; now the series is ... [more]

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  • Across the Sea of Suns ¤ Gregory Benford, 1984
    Book 1 of the Galactic Centre series

    Messages from a far distant sun are received on Earth, causing chaos. Who is sending them, and why are they in English? A ship is sent on a twelve year journey to find the answers, and in the process they find a secret so deadly it threatens all organic life everywhere...

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    Across the Sea of Suns
  • Act of God ¤ Richard Ashby, 1971

    This book raises in a straightforward fashion the faith-related questions that the victims/survivors of natural disasters have as a result of this experience. Is the disaster an "act of God?" Did God cause the disaster? If God is all powerful, why did God allow it to happen? The author then goes on to argue that God is active in our questi ... [more]

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    Act of God
  • Address: Centauri ¤ F. L. Wallace

    On a tiny asteroid between Mars and Jupiter, a handful of "Accidentals" -- patchwork humans, half or quarter men and women -- seek the honor of being the first to voyage beyond our solar system, discovering new worlds and alien races.

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    Address: Centauri
  • Adolescence of P-1 (R) ¤ Thomas J Ryan, 1985

    Born to a rather beserk, if brilliant, programmer, a computer program has managed to escape its home computer, infiltrate others, and reach adolescence when the Pentagon finally realizes that something is upsetting their secret computer data

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    Adolescence of P-1 (R)
  • Adulthood Rites ¤ Octavia E. Butler, 1989

    Lilith Iyapo has given birth to what looks like a normal human boy, Akin. But his genealogy is complicated and includes an alien race that rescued humanity from a devastating nuclear war. The price the Oankali exact is a high one - they are compelled to genetically merge their species with other races, drastically altering both in the proc ... [more]

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    Adulthood Rites
  • The Adventures of Alyx ¤ Joanna Russ, 1983

    Alyx, a warrior and assassin, accepts a job as bodyguard, sails with Blackbeard, works for a sorcerer and acts as a Trans-Temp agent in a future commercial war

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    The Adventures of Alyx
  • Adventures on Other Planets ¤ Donald A. (ed.) Wollheim

    Includes Part 1, Number 1: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals (January - June)

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    Adventures on Other Planets
  • The Adversary ¤ Julian May, 1984

    The Pliocene Epoch's exiled races are caught in a violent struggle for ascendancy. The humans who escaped to the Galactic Milieu are now beset on all sides, as they seek a foothold in this turbulent land. Aiken Drum, now King, has many enemies, but the Firvulag seem set to move first to initiate their long-prophesied Nightfall War. And alt ... [more]

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    The Adversary
  • Aegypt ¤ John Crowley, 1987

    There is more than one history of the world. Before science defined the modern age, other powers, wondrous and magical, once governed the universe, their lore perfected within a lost capital of hieroglyphs, wizard-kings, and fabulous monuments. In the 1970s, a historian named Pierce Moffett moves to the New England countryside to write a b ... [more]

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  • The Affinity Bridge: A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation ¤ George Mann, 2008

    Welcome to the bizarre and dangerous world of Victorian London, a city teetering on the edge of revolution. Its people are ushering in a new era of technology, dazzled each day by unfamiliar inventions. Airships soar in the skies over the city, while ground trains rumble through the streets and clockwork automatons are programmed to carry ... [more]

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    The Affinity Bridge: A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation
  • The Affinity Bridge: A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation ¤ George Mann, 2008

    Welcome to the bizarre and dangerous world of Victorian London, a city teetering on the edge of revolution. Its people are ushering in a new era of technology, dazzled each day by unfamiliar inventions. Airships soar in the skies over the city, while ground trains rumble through the streets and clockwork automatons are programmed to carry ... [more]

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    The Affinity Bridge: A Newbury & Hobbes Investigation
  • A for Andromeda ¤ Fred Hoyle and John Elliot, 1961

    A group of scientists detect a radio signal from a distant galaxy that contains instructions for the design of an advanced computer. When the computer is built, it gives the scientists instructions for the creation of a living organism named Andromeda, but one of the scientists, John Fleming, fears that Andromeda's purpose is to subjugate ... [more]

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    A for Andromeda
  • A for Anything ¤ Damon Knight, 1961

    The author postulates the discovery, in the near future, of the "Gismo", a device that can duplicate anything—even another Gismo. Since all material objects have become essentially free, the only commodity of value is human labor, and the author suggests that a slave economy would be the inevitable result.

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    A for Anything
  • After Doomsday ¤ Poul Anderson, 1962

    Earth is dead - murdered from the depths of space. But how? And by whom? Poul Anderson, as versatile and ingenious as ever, admirably confirms with this tale of interplanetary terror that he possesses one of the most awe-inspiring talents in the whole field of science fiction

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    After Doomsday
  • Aftermath ¤ George Corston

    Nir Rosen's Aftermath, an extraordinary feat of reporting, follows the contagious spread of radicalism and sectarian violence that the U.S. invasion of Iraq and the ensuing civil war have unleashed in the Muslim world.

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    Aftermath
  • After the Fall: An Anthology ¤ Robert Sheckley, 1980

    The definitive Harry Harrison bibliography, with lengthy annotations and a special bonus--the Harrison story written for Harlan Ellison's unpublished Last Dangerous Visions anthology.

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    After the Fall: An Anthology