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  • 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
  • Antigrav ¤ Philip Strick, 1975

    Stories to lift you straight out of this world! Are you ready to meet an elephant with a wooden leg? A Martian who has married your daughter? An entire island of beautiful girls just waiting for your touch! A house that spies on you when you go to bed? Be warned! ANTIGRAV is a collection of incredible stories from today's topmost writers o ... [more]

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    Antigrav
  • 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
  • Apocalypses and Apostrophes ¤ John Barnes, 1998

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    Apocalypses and Apostrophes
  • Apollo at Go ¤ Jeff Sutton

    How three astronauts "sweat out" selection for NASA's first moon shot, travel into orbit, and experience the adventure of lunar landing.

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    Apollo at Go
  • An Apology for Rain ¤ Jean Mark Gawron

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    An Apology for Rain
  • Appleseed ¤ John Clute, 2001

    The larger-than-life story of a true American hero -- John Chapman, better known as Johnny Appleseed. Kellogg "is ideal as interpreter of this fascinating man....[His] color has never been so rich and luxuriant....An affectionate portrayal, enthusiastically accomplished." -- Booklist.

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    Appleseed
  • Appointment in Space ¤ Ernest J. Blow

    This bio-bibliography of the golden age of the science fiction field includes 308 biographies compiled from questionnaires sent to the authors, and chronological lists of 483 writers' published works. This facsimile reprint of the 1975 edition includes a title index, introduction, and minor corrections. A now-classic guide to the major and ... [more]

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    Appointment in Space
  • Approaching Oblivion ¤ Harlan Ellison

    Over the course of his legendary career, Harlan Ellison has defied—and sometimes defined—modern fantasy literature, all while refusing to allow any genre to claim him. A Grand Master of the Science Fiction Writers of America, winner of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Horror Writers Association, as well as winner of countless awards ... [more]

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    Approaching Oblivion
  • Aquila ¤ Andrew Noriss, 1997

    It's a spaceship from the past - can it change the future? Aquila has been found by boys bunking off a geography field trip. They have no idea where it came from or what it does. But Geoff's discovered that when you sit in it these little coloured lights come on, and if you push one of the big blue ones . . . WHOOSH!

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    Aquila
  • The Arabian Nights ¤ Amabel Williams-Ellis, 1980

    "1001 Arabian Nights" is a beloved collection of folk tales and other stories. It is often known in English as "Arabian Nights," from the first English language edition (1706), which named the title, "Arabian Nights Entertainments." Originally, there were 12 volumes published, totaling more than 2,000 pages. This full sized paperback editi ... [more]

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    The Arabian Nights
  • The Arabian Night ¤ Anonymous,

    Some of the best-loved stories in the world, originating in Persia, India and Arabia, retold especially for children.

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    The Arabian Night