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Doctor Who: Human Nature
Doctor Who: Human Nature Sented by Steve Bark

"On the eve of the First World War, John Smith teaches at an English public school. But is he all that he seems?"

For Every Man A Reason
For Every Man A Reason Sented by Sarah Gerdes

To love your wife is good; to love your State is good, too. But if it comes to a question of survival, you have to love one better than the other. Also, better than yourself. It was simple for the enemy; they knew which one Aron was dedicated to...

The Mad Planet
The Mad Planet Sented by Emma

The Mad Planet by Murray Leinster was the first global warming story ever written

Star Dragon
Star Dragon Sented by Paul

The SS Cygni probe sent back hours of video, captured by the Biolathe AI, but only a few minutes mattered--the four minutes that showed a creature made of fire, living , moving, dancing in the plasma fire of the double star's accretion disk. A dragon made of star stuff, so alien that only a human expedition to observe and perhaps capture it, could truly understand them

Wainer Sented by Emma

Wainer is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

The Blue Germ
The Blue Germ Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Henry Maurice Dunlop Nicoll (19 July 1884 - 30 August 1953) was a Scottish psychiatrist, author and noted Fourth Way teacher. He is best known for his Psychological Commentaries on the Teaching of Gurdjieff and Ouspensky, a multi-volume collection of talks he gave to his study groups.

The Three Eyes
The Three Eyes Sented by Musa

This early work by Maurice Leblanc was originally published in 1919 and we are now republishing it with a brand new introductory biography. "The Three Eyes" is one of Leblanc's notable science fiction novels, in which a scientist makes televisual contact with three-eyed Venusians. Maurice Marie Émile Leblanc was born on 11th November 1864 in Rouen, Normandy, France.

The Last Man
The Last Man Sented by Sarah Gerdes

With an Introduction and Notes by Dr Pamela Bickley, The Godolphin and Latymer School, formerly of Royal Holloway, University of London The Last Man is Mary Shelley's apocalyptic fantasy of the end of human civilisation. Set in the late twenty-first century, the novel unfolds a sombre and pessimistic vision of mankind confronting inevitable destruction.

Death Comes But Twice
Death Comes But Twice Sented by Musa

which have led to my death. Though the scene will seem so similar to my elder brother's death, I would not wish you to think I had taken my own life in the manner in which Edmund took his.

This Little Pig
This Little Pig Sented by Musa

Aage Llievang tried explaining to his mother, but she shook her head. “Now, Aage. Really. Your own car? A car? What would the other co-op members think?”

Three Hundred Years Hence
Three Hundred Years Hence Sented by Steve Bark

Mary Griffith was an American LGBT rights activist whose son, Bobby, committed suicide due to religious intolerance. On December 6, 1995, she testified before the United States Congress.

Mizora: A Prophecy
Mizora: A Prophecy Sented by Musa

What would happen to our culture if men ceased to exist? Mary E. Bradley Lane explores this question in Mizora, the first known feminist utopian novel written by a woman. Vera Zarovitch is a Russian noblewoman—heroic, outspoken, and determined.

A Life In Pictures
A Life In Pictures Sented by Steve Bark

“A Life In Pictures” manages to be absurd and touching at the same time, a buddy movie of an entirely different story.

The Door Through Space
The Door Through Space Sented by Sarah Gerdes

across half a Galaxy, the Terran Empire maintains its sovereignty with the consent of the governed.

The Blazing World
The Blazing World Sented by Emma

The Description of a New World, Called The Blazing-World, better known as The Blazing World, is a 1666 work of prose fiction by the English writer Margaret Cavendish, the Duchess of Newcastle

The First Day of Spring
The First Day of Spring Sented by Steve Bark

The First Day of spring, the man at the weather tower had said, and certainly it felt like spring, with the cool breeze blowing lightly about her and a faint new clover smell borne in from the east. Spring -- that meant they would make the days longer now, and the nights shorter, and they would warm the whole world until it was summer again.

The Common Man
The Common Man Sented by Emma

Mack Reynolds was a well known American sci-fi writer during the mid-20th century. Many of his works are still read today.

Revolution Sented by Steve Bark

"For some forty years critics of the U.S.S.R. have been desiring, predicting, not to mention praying for, its collapse," says Mack Reynolds in this story's preface.

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