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There Is A Reaper
There Is A Reaper Sented by Emma

This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic, timeless works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.

Big Stupe
Big Stupe Sented by Musa

Big Stupe is presented here in a high quality paperback edition

Scratch Monkey
Scratch Monkey Sented by Steve Bark

The 2011 Boskone Boskone s Guest of Honor Charles Stross. It contains his previously unpublished novel, Scratch Monkey, an essay about writing the novel, and a second essay about a writer's view of publishing.

Accelerando
Accelerando Sented by Steve Bark

The Singularity. It is the era of the posthuman. Artificial intelligences have surpassed the limits of human intellect. Biotechnological beings have rendered people all but extinct. Molecular nanotechnology runs rampant, replicating and reprogramming at will. Contact with extraterrestrial life grows more imminent with each new day.

The Silk and the Song
The Silk and the Song Sented by Rebecca

Charles Louis Fontenay was an American journalist and science fiction writer

Wind
Wind Sented by Steve Bark

When you have an engine with no fuel, and fuel without an engine, and a life-and-death deadline to meet, you have a problem indeed.

Rebels of the Red Planet
Rebels of the Red Planet Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This is a pre-1923 historical reproduction that was curated for quality.

The Lost Continent
The Lost Continent Sented by Paul

A classic "lost race" story, with all of the required elements: a seductive empress, a straight-arrow hero, battles, escapes, sorcery, and earth-shattering cataclysms!

The Tree of Life
The Tree of Life Sented by Sarah Gerdes

A gripping tale of the planet Mars and the terrible monstrosity that called its victims to it from afar—a tale of Northwest Smith.

Tulan
Tulan Sented by Luis

To disobey the orders of the Council of Four was unthinkable to a Space Admiral of the old school.

Stand by for Mars!
Stand by for Mars! Sented by Steve Bark

Carey Rockwell was a pseudonym used to produce kids books, the most famous featuring Tom Corbett, Space Cadet.

Sabotage in Space
Sabotage in Space Sented by Sarah Gerdes

It starts with cadet Roger, urm, nicking a study spool for use in a competitive exam -- but that leads all of our cadets into a fight, and when they're caught at that, a trial.

Prison of a Billion Years
Prison of a Billion Years Sented by Steve Bark

This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.

The Ant King: and Other Stories

"Rosenbaum's The Ant King and Other Stories contains invisible cities and playful deconstructions of the form. In "Biographical Notes to 'A Discourse on the Nature of Causality, With Air-Planes,' by Benjamin Rosenbaum"—yes, his name is part of the title—the author imagines a world whose technologies and philosophies differ wildly from ours. The result is a commentary on the state of the art that is itself the state of the art." —Los Angeles Times Favorite Books of 2008

Anthem
Anthem Sented by Steve Bark

Anthem is Ayn Rand’s classic tale of a dystopian future of the great “We”—a world that deprives individuals of a name or independence—that anticipates her later masterpieces, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.

The Man Who Saved The Earth
The Man Who Saved The Earth Sented by Sarah Gerdes

The story opens on an oppressively hot day with a poor little newspaper boy, Charley, playing with a "burning glass" (a magnifying glass) which he uses to concentrate sunlight onto a small focal spot, thus intensifying the heat on some paper until it burns a hole, perhaps a portent of things to come. He is noticed by a recluse scientist, Dr. Robold, who takes interest in Charley's scientific curiosity and calls him a young Archimedes, referring to the ancient Greek who, as legend tells, used a "burning glass" from shore to set enemy ships ablaze as they were approaching. Charley has no parents to care for him. Dr. Robold takes Charley away from his pitiful life, to a mountain retreat in Colorado.

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