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  • Arthur ¤ Steve Lawhead, 1989

    Here is a beautifully haunting tale of one of Western civilization's best-loved sagas, the story of King Arthur, Britain's greatest monarch. Filled with the joy and sorrow of Celtic life, Lawhead's trilogy takes us to ancient Britain, where history and myth come together. (Good News)

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    Arthur
  • An Arthur C. Clarke Second Omnibus ¤ Arthur C. Clarke

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    An Arthur C. Clarke Second Omnibus
  • Arthur: The Seeing Stone ¤ Kevin Crossley-Holland, 2001

    The year is 1199, the place the Welsh Marches. Young Arthur de Caldicot is given a shining stone in which his legendary namesake is revealed. In 100 short chapters that brilliantly evoke life in a medieval manor, stories of the boy King Arthur begin to echo and anticipate the secrets and mysteries that emerge in his own life. ¿¿ as bright ... [more]

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    Arthur: The Seeing Stone
  • Artifact ¤ Gregory Benford, 1985

    From cabinets of curiosities to assemblages of found objects and imitations of museum displays, artists have often turned their attention to the ideas and systems traditionally embodied in the museum display, archiving, classification, storage, curatorship which they have then appropriated, mimicked and reinterpreted in their own work. Cit ... [more]

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    Artifact
  • The Artificial Man ¤ L.P. Davies

    This science fiction-suspense tale begins "in the English village where Alan Fraser had lived all his life. The shopkeepers, the folks next door, the village constable, the delivery man--they were all his friends...and then came the girl, the mysterious stranger, and chaos and danger." Publisher's note.

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    The Artificial Man
  • Ashes and Stars ¤ George Zebrowski

    The terrible war between the Earth Federation and the Herculean Empire has been over for three centuries. The Herculeans had been over for three centuries. The Herculeans had been defeated, their planet reduced to a burnt-out cinder, the few surviving remnants of their people living in a religious commune on Myraa's World, half a galaxy aw ... [more]

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    Ashes and Stars
  • Ash Ock ¤ Christopher Hinz, 1990

    The Paratwa are back, wreaking wholesale slaughter, destroying everything in their path without rhyme or reason. And as the body count grows, it looks like the question isn't whether or not the Paratwa will succeed in decimating the last vestiges of mankind--but when. Martin's Press.

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    Ash Ock
  • Asking for the Moon ¤ Reginald Hill, 1998

    'Hill is an instinctive and complete novelist who is blessed with a spontaneous storytelling gift' Frances Fyfield, Mail on Sunday

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    Asking for the Moon
  • Asleep in Armageddon ¤ Michael (ed.) Sissons

    Things have never been darker for 16-year-old Will Hunter. The girl he loves has been taken from him, he's been betrayed by his newfound half-sister, and he has only hours to find a cure to the poison coursing through his veins. He's in no shape to stop the Dark Lord from finding and using the Sword of Armageddon—but if he can't, he's not ... [more]

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    Asleep in Armageddon
  • As on a Darkling Plain ¤ Ben Bova, 1972

    Science fiction-roman.

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    As on a Darkling Plain
  • Aspects of Science Fiction ¤ G.D. Doherty

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    Aspects of Science Fiction
  • Assassin of Gor ¤ John Norman

    Welcome to Gor, a parallel Earth where social norms are exotic and the way of life is brutal. In the fifth book in the Gorean Saga, the deadly assassin Kuurus is intent on a bloody mission of vengeance. His adventure takes him from the caste of the pleasure-slaves, who are rigorously trained in the rules and techniques of sexual ecstasy, t ... [more]

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    Assassin of Gor
  • The Assassin's Apprentice ¤ Robin Hobb, 1995

    ‘Fantasy as it ought to be written’ George R.R. Martin

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    The Assassin's Apprentice
  • The Assassin's Apprentice ¤ Robin Hobb, 1995

    ‘Fantasy as it ought to be written’ George R.R. Martin

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    The Assassin's Apprentice
  • Assassin's Quest ¤ Robin Hobb, 1997

    ‘Fantasy as it ought to be written’ George R.R. Martin The gripping finale to Robin Hobb’s classic Farseer Trilogy.

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    Assassin's Quest
  • Assignment in Eternity ¤ Robert A. Heinlein

    Compelling science fiction adventure from New York Times bestseller Robert A. Heinlein: two classic novellas, Gulf and Lost Legacy, and two short stories with speculation on what makes us human. Compelling science fiction adventure from New York Times bestseller Robert A. Heinlein: two classic novellas and two short stories with speculatio ... [more]

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  • Assignment in Eternity Vol. 2 ¤ Robert A. Heinlein

    This volume fills a lacuna in the academic assessment of new religions by investigating their cultural products (such as music, architecture, food et cetera). Contributions explore the manifold ways in which new religions have contributed to humanity’s creative output.

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    Assignment in Eternity Vol. 2
  • Assignment Luther ¤ Lan Wright

    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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    Assignment Luther
  • As the Green Star Rises ¤ Lin Carter

    As the Green Star Rises is the fourth novel in the Green Star saga.

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    As the Green Star Rises
  • The Asutra ¤ Jack Vance, 1977

    Gastel Etzwane had held total power in the Land of Shant: the brooding musician, turned man of action with his corps of Brave Free Men, rid the land of slavery and alien invaders in one masterful stroke-only to discover the greatest threat of all - alien parasites of inconceivable intelligence and unfathomable purpose. Their expulsion from ... [more]

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    The Asutra
  • The Asylum World ¤ John Jakes

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    The Asylum World
  • Atlan in Danger ¤ Kurt Brand

    "Forrest J Ackerman (1916-2008), is remembered for his sci-fi memorabilia collection; influential magazine, Famous monsters of filmland (1958); sci-fi convention appearances and a published body of work. The biographical section traces Ackerman's pulp magazine enthusiasm, film productions, prominence rise in "fandom," literary agent work, ... [more]

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    Atlan in Danger
  • The Atlantic Abomination ¤ John Brunner, 1960

    "One of the most important science fiction authors. Brunner held a mirror up to reflect our foibles because he wanted to save us from ourselves." --SF Site For each generation, there is a writer meant to bend the rules of what we know. Hugo Award winner (Best Novel, STAND ON ZANZIBAR) and British science fiction master John Brunner remains ... [more]

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    The Atlantic Abomination
  • At the Back of the North Wind: And , The Princess and the Goblin ; and , The Princess and Curdie ¤ George MacDonald, 1979

    This enchanted collection brings together eight of George McDonald's most well known fantasies into one delightful volume. The George McDonald Treasury includes The Princess and the Goblin, The Princess and Curdie, The Light Princess, Phantastes, The Giant's Heart, At the Back of the North Wind, The Golden Key, and Lilith. MacDonald's clas ... [more]

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    At the Back of the North Wind: And , The Princess and the Goblin ; and , The Princess and Curdie
  • At the Crossing Places ¤ Kevin Crossley-Holland, 2002

    Arthur de Caldicot arrives at Holt to be squire to Lord Stephen and accompany him on crusade. It is an exciting and bewildering time for him as he finds a warhorse, is fitted with armour, and improves his fighting skills. He dreads a confrontation with his blood-father, the violent Sir William, and dreams of finding his true mother; he dis ... [more]

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    At the Crossing Places
  • At the Earth's Core ¤ Edgar Rice Burroughs,

    Deep under the earth's surface is the mysterious realm of Pellucidar, where humans are subject to evil reptilian masters. Adventurer David Innes comes to the rescue in their desparate struggle for freedom.

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    At the Earth's Core
  • At the Edge of the World ¤ Lord Dunsany Edward Plunkett

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    At the Edge of the World
  • Aurora: Beyond Equality ¤ Vonda N. McIntyre

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    Aurora: Beyond Equality
  • Authentic 29 ¤ H. J. Campbell

    Everyone values honest communication, yet few people possess the requisite skills in both their personal and professional lives. Susan Campbell provides simple yet practical awareness practices — culled from her thirty-five-year career as a relationship coach and corporate teamwork consultant — that require individuals to ?let go? of the n ... [more]

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  • Authentic 30 ¤ H. J. Campbell

    Everyone values honest communication, yet few people possess the requisite skills in both their personal and professional lives. Susan Campbell provides simple yet practical awareness practices — culled from her thirty-five-year career as a relationship coach and corporate teamwork consultant — that require individuals to ?let go? of the n ... [more]

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    Authentic 30