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  • Analog 8 ¤ John W. Campbell, 1850

    H. Beam Piper is one of science fiction's most enigmatic writers. In 1946 Piper appeared seemingly from out of nowhere, already at the top of his form. He published a number of memorable short stories in the premier science fiction magazine of the time, Astounding Science Fiction, under legendary editor John W. Campbell. Piper quickly beca ... [more]

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  • Analog Anthology ¤ John W. Campbell

    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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    Analog Anthology
  • Analogue Men ¤ Damon (ed.) Knight

    Includes Part 1, Number 2: Books and Pamphlets, Including Serials and Contributions to Periodicals July - December)

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  • Analogue Men ¤ Damon Knight, 2011

    A voice in your brain warning you away from that one drink too many, or the crime of violence, guiding your every move from birth to death - that's the Analogue Machine, a terrifying and ingenious psychological device for compelling conformity. Analogue Men is an exploration of man and society written with dazzling ingenuity and plausibili ... [more]

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  • Anansi Boys ¤ Neil Gaiman, 2008

    Fat Charlie Nancy's normal life ended the moment his father dropped dead on a Florida karaoke stage. Charlie didn't know his dad was a god. And he never knew he had a brother. Now brother Spider is on his doorstep—about to make Fat Charlie's life more interesting . . . and a lot more dangerous.

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  • The Anarchistic Colossus ¤ A. E. van Vogt

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    The Anarchistic Colossus
  • Anathem ¤ Neal Stephenson, 2010

    This is the latest magnificent creation from the award-winning author of "Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle" trilogy. Erasmas, 'Raz', is a young avout living in the Concent, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers. Three times during history's darkest epochs, violence has invaded and devastated the cloistered communi ... [more]

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  • Ancient blood ¤ Diane Carey, 1997

    To true Klingon warriors, no occasion is more sacred than the Day of Honor, when they pay homage to all that makes them Klingon. But honor demands its price.... Worf finds his honor tested when he goes undercover to infiltrate a planetary criminal network. How can he root out the corruption on Sindikash without resorting to deceit and trea ... [more]

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  • Ancient Light ¤ Mary Gentle, 1988

    'Billy Gray was my best friend and I fell in love with his mother.' Alexander Cleave, an actor who thinks his best days are behind him, remembers his first unlikely affair as a teenage boy in a small town in 1950s Ireland: the illicit meetings in a rundown cottage outside town; assignations in the back of his lover's car on sunny mornings ... [more]

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  • Ancient, My Enemy ¤ Gordon R. Dickson, 1974

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  • Ancient of Days ¤ Michael Bishop, 1985

    Imagine a living specimen of a multimillion-year-old hominid species, Homo habilis, encountering the contemporary world. Told in the first-person narrative of Paul Loyd, divorced owner of a small town restaurant, Ancient of Days tells the story of a habiline man found wandering in a Georgia pecan orchard, a living descendant of a habiline ... [more]

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  • Ancients of Days: The Second Book of Confluence ¤ Paul J. McAuley, 1998

    On Confluence, an artificial world, a gifted warrior searches for the secret of his ancestry while a civil war rages and the world is threatened with apocalypse. Reprint.

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    Ancients of Days: The Second Book of Confluence
  • And Chaos Died ¤ Joanna Russ

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    And Chaos Died
  • And Eternity ¤ Piers Anthony, 1990
    Book 7 of the Incarnations of Immortality series

    Offers a biblical view of money and possessions, including discussion of debt, investments, inheritance, materialism, and charity.

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    And Eternity
  • And Graves Give up their Dead ¤ Frederick (ed.) Pickersgill

    Indexes story collections by editor, book title, author, and story title

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    And Graves Give up their Dead
  • Andover and the Android ¤ Kate Wilhelm

    A collection of short stories from the award-winning author, Kate Wilhelm. Contains the following: The Mile-Long Spaceship Fear Is a Cold Black Jenny with Wings A Is for Automation Gift from the Stars No Light in the Window One for the Road Andover and the Android The Man without a Planet The Apostolic Travelers The Last Days of the Captai ... [more]

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  • Android Armageddon ¤ Robert Tralins, 1974

    Here is the saga of humanity reduced, by an implacable alien enemy, to inhabiting a single colony on the distant world of Safehold. To avoid drawing the attention of the enemy through the busy signals of an industrial civilization, the human rulers of Safehold have taken an extraordinary measure. With mind control and hidden high technolog ... [more]

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  • Android Planet ¤ John Rankine, 1976

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  • The Andromeda Strain ¤ Michael Crichton

    Five prominent biophysicists give the United States government an urgent warning: sterilisation procedures for returning space probes may be inadequate to guarantee uncontaminated re-entry to the atmosphere. Two years later, Project Scoop sends seventeen satellites into the fringes of space in order to 'collect organisms and dust for study ... [more]

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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 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 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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  • 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 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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  • 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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