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  • And so ends the World? ¤ Richard Pape

    Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, A Checklist, 1700-1974, Volume one of Two, contains an Author Index, Title Index, Series Index, Awards Index, and the Ace and Belmont Doubles Index.

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    And so ends the World?
  • And the Devil Will Drag You Under ¤ Jack L. Chalker, 1984

    Asmodeus Mogart was not a bad fellow, as demons go. Having gotten in trouble back in the home office, he had been assigned to duty on Earth. There he toiled, doing the kinds of things demons do and turning into something of a drunk. Then a rogue asteroid threatened to crash into Earth and destroy all life on the planet - demons included! T ... [more]

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    And the Devil Will Drag You Under
  • And Then Put Out the Light ¤ Deborah Grabien, 1993

    "And Then Put Out the Light" explores identity, individuality, and freedom as well as the ties of home, family, and expectation, and ultimately what it means to be a woman.

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    And Then Put Out the Light
  • Angel Fire ¤ Andrew M. Greeley, 1989

    First there are nightmares. Every night Ellie is haunted by terrifying dreams of monstrous creatures that are hunting her, killing her. Then come the memories. When Ellie meets Will, she feels on the verge of remembering something just beyond her grasp. His attention is intense and romantic, and Ellie feels like her soul has known him for ... [more]

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    Angel Fire
  • Angel Station ¤ Walter Jon Williams, 2012

    For an age, humanity has borrowed from caches of alien technology found in space. Among these artefacts are portals known as Stations, which our spacecraft now use to traverse the galaxy. The ‘Angels’ who created this technology vanished aeons ago, but they left behind powerful enemies with long memories. These are about to target the Stat ... [more]

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    Angel Station
  • Angry candy ¤ Harlan Ellison, 1988

    Sixteen stories by an innovative and visionary writer stretch across the farthest reaches of space and time, conjuring often bleak landscapes salvaged by faith in the future.

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    Angry candy
  • The Animal People ¤ Stanton A. Coblentz

    Pets play a greater role in our emotional and physical health than ever before, says the Purdue University professor who is co-author of his revised edition of Between Pets and People: The Importance of Animal Companionship. The book by Alan M. Beck of Purdue's School of Veterinary Medicine and Aaron H. Katcher, psychiatrist and professor ... [more]

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    The Animal People
  • Anita ¤ Keith Roberts

    The classic novel by the author of Diamond Dust evokes the traumatic history of India after the departure of the British in a story of a Hindu family in Old Delhi and the complex relationships that develop among four people. Reprint.

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    Anita
  • The Annals of the Heechee ¤ Frederik Pohl, 1987
    Book 4 of the Heechee series

    Robinette Broadhead desperately tries to prevent the mysterious Foe from putting an end to all intelligent life in the universe

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    The Annals of the Heechee
  • Annerton Pit ¤ Peter Dickinson, 1979

    A blind boy and his brother set out on a motorcycle in search of their ghost-hunting grandfather It all starts with the postman. Jake cannot see the mail, but he is an excellent listener, and he can tell by the sound the mail makes when it hits the floor that bad news is coming. At the top of the pile is a very thin letter rejecting Jake’s ... [more]

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    Annerton Pit
  • Anno Dracula ¤ Kim Newman, 2011

    In an alternate history of the 19th century, Queen Victoria has married Vlad Tepes, better known as Count Dracula, leading to a reign of horror, while, in Whitechapel, Silver Knife, a murderer of vampire girls, threatens the new regime..

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    Anno Dracula
  • The Annotated Alice ¤ Martin Gardner

    Forty years after Gardner's groundbreaking publication of the annotated version of Carroll's most famous work comes this new version, featuring fascinating insights, Notes, and newly discovered line drawings.

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    The Annotated Alice
  • The Anome ¤ Jack Vance, 1977

    At last a lone youth dares to challenge the unchallengeable, to defy the Anome. But first he must find him - and though all men obey his orders, no man knows his identity. He is the Faceless Man.

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    The Anome
  • Another End ¤ Vincent King

    Dateless Past Lucifer’s great beauty was admired by the angels, yet there was no rancor found in any of them. Every musical instrument known and unknown today, had been built into his tabrets (vocal cords, or pipes). Lucifer was the, “Cherub That Covered”, or overseer and protector of the praise and worship on the original Earth. He was ab ... [more]

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    Another End
  • Another Part of the Galaxy ¤ Groff Conklin

    Groff Conklin was the most important science fiction anthologist through the years of the genre's true second generation, that point at which its previously magazine-bound masterpieces were being systemtically located, aligned and placed into permanent format. His contribution over the period of two decades was irreplaceable and all of our ... [more]

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    Another Part of the Galaxy
  • Another Round at the Spaceport Bar ¤ George H. Scithers and Darrell (eds.) Schweitzer, 1992

    Anglo-Irish writer Lord Dunsany (1878–1957) was a pioneering writer in the genre of fantasy literature and the author of such celebrated works as The Book of Wonder (1912) and The King of Elfland’s Daughter (1924). Over the course of a career that spanned more than five decades, Dunsany wrote thousands of stories, plays, novels, essays, po ... [more]

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    Another Round at the Spaceport Bar
  • Anthonology ¤ Piers Anthony, 1985

    A retrospective anthology of tales is highlighted by autobiographical accounts of the experiences that have shaped his fantasy and science fiction work

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    Anthonology
  • Antic Earth ¤ Louis Charbonneau

    Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, A Checklist, 1700-1974, Volume one of Two, contains an Author Index, Title Index, Series Index, Awards Index, and the Ace and Belmont Doubles Index.

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    Antic Earth
  • Anticipations ¤ Christopher Priest, 1978

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    Anticipations
  • The Antipope ¤ Robert Rankin, 1981

    'Outside the sun shines. Buses rumble towards Ealing Broadway and I'm expected to do battle with the powers of darkness. It all seems a little unfair...' You could say it all started with the red-eyed tramp with the slimy fingers who put the wind up Neville, the part-time barman, something rotten. Or when Archroy's wife swapped his trusty ... [more]

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    The Antipope
  • The Ant Men ¤ Eric North

    "There's a feeling about this desert which frankly suggests ... impossible things. That's the only way I can put it." The feeling that Professor Silas Orcutt, an American geologist, refers to early in this story, is one that every reader of this rugged and thrilling science fiction novel will share with him after the very first page. The p ... [more]

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    The Ant Men
  • Anton York, Immortal ¤ Eando (psd. Otto Binder) Binder, 1965

    Anton York is a man of tomorrow. He has discovered the secret of voluntary suspended animation and requires no food or air. He can live where he pleases, when he pleases, for as long as he wants. Somewhere in the dim future ages, this man-made God must die. But how? A classic of science fiction by the author of ADAM LINK, ROBOT!

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    Anton York, Immortal
  • The Anubis Gates ¤ Tim Powers, 1985

    Brendan Doyle is a twentieth-century English professor who travels back to 1810 London to attend a lecture given by English romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. This is a London filled with deformed clowns, organised beggar societies, insane homunculi and magic. When he is kidnapped by gypsies and consequently misses his return trip to 1 ... [more]

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    The Anubis Gates
  • The Anubis Gates ¤ Tim Powers, 1983

    Brendan Doyle is a twentieth-century English professor who travels back to 1810 London to attend a lecture given by English romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. This is a London filled with deformed clowns, organised beggar societies, insane homunculi and magic. When he is kidnapped by gypsies and consequently misses his return trip to 1 ... [more]

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    The Anubis Gates
  • The Anubis Gates ¤ Tim Powers, 1983

    Brendan Doyle is a twentieth-century English professor who travels back to 1810 London to attend a lecture given by English romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge. This is a London filled with deformed clowns, organised beggar societies, insane homunculi and magic. When he is kidnapped by gypsies and consequently misses his return trip to 1 ... [more]

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    The Anubis Gates
  • The Anything Box ¤ Zenna Henderson

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    The Anything Box
  • Anything You Can Do ¤ Darrel T. Langart

    If you suspect there could be more to life than what you're getting...if you always knew you could do anything if you only knew what it was, this extraordinary book is about to prove you right! A life without direction is a life without passion. The dynamic follow-up to the phenomenal best-seller Wishcraft, I Could Do Anything If I Only Kn ... [more]

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    Anything You Can Do
  • Anywhen ¤ James Blish, 1971

    Science fiction-noveller.

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    Anywhen
  • Apocalypses ¤ R.A. Lafferty

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    Apocalypses