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Redemption Cairn
Redemption Cairn Sented by Steve Bark

Jack Sands, the story's narrator, is a spaceship pilot down on his luck. In September 2111y, he is about to be evicted from a flophouse when he is recruited by his old friend Captain Harris Henshaw to co-pilot an expedition to Europa.

A Martian Odyssey
A Martian Odyssey Sented by Steve Bark

"A Martian Odyssey" is a science fiction story by Stanley Grauman Weinbaum. Plot Summary: Early in the 21st century, nearly twenty years after the invention of atomic power and ten years after the first lunar landing, the four-man crew of the Ares has landed on Mars in the Mare Cimmerium. A week after the landing, Dick Jarvis, the ship's American chemist, sets out south in an auxiliary rocket to photograph the landscape.

Dawn of Flame
Dawn of Flame Sented by Steve Bark

Hull Tarvish looked backward but once, and that only as he reached the elbow of the road. The sprawling little stone cottage that had been home was visible as he had seen it a thousand times, framed under the cedars. His mother still watched him, and two of his younger brothers stood staring down the Mountainside at him.

The Hand Of Fu Manchu
The Hand Of Fu Manchu Sented by Steve Bark

Sax Rohmer was born on February 15th, 1883 as Arthur Henry Sarsfield in Birmingham to working class parents. Rohmer started his career as a civil servant but soon had ambitions to write full time. Not content with just fiction he wrote poetry, songs as well as comedy sketches for music hall performers. From these varied beginnings he reinvented himself as Sax Rohmer. He first published in 1903, age 20, with the short story ‘The Mysterious Mummy’ which was published in the magazine Pearson’s Weekly. Rohmer published his first book Pause! anonymously in 1910 and followed this, in 1911, with a stint as ghost-writer on the autobiography of Little Tich, the famous music hall entertainer. The serialization of his first Fu Manchu novel, The Mystery of Dr. Fu-Manchu, from October 1912 to June 1913 brought him instant success.

The Last Gentleman
The Last Gentleman Sented by Emma

The Last Gentleman is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

In the Orbit of Saturn
In the Orbit of Saturn Sented by Emma

Disguised as a voluntary prisoner on a pirate space ship, an I. F. P. man penetrates the mystery of the dreaded "Solar Scourge."

Ye of Little Faith
Ye of Little Faith Sented by Steve Bark

Roger Phillips Graham (1909-1965) was an American science fiction writer who most often wrote under the name Rog Phillips, but also used other names.

Pet Farm
Pet Farm Sented by Steve Bark

Pet Farm is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Roger D. Aycock is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition

Police Sented by Emma

Police is a collection of romantic comedies with a vaguely cryptozoological theme. It is a continuation of the fantastical, romantic stories of Dr. Percy, ever searching the world for zoological discoveries and love, but never finds either.

The Messenger
The Messenger Sented by Steve Bark

"The bullet entered here," said Max Fortin, and he placed his middle finger over a smooth hole exactly in the centre of the forehead. I sat down upon a mound of dry seaweed and unslung my fowling piece. The little chemist cautiously felt the edges of the shot-hole, first with his middle finger, then with his thumb. "Let me see the skull again,"

A Matter of Interest
A Matter of Interest Sented by Musa

He that knows not, and knows not that he knows not, is a fool. Shun him.

WARM Sented by Luis

WARM - The Original Classic Science Short Stories By ROBERT SHECKLEY Great Collections of ROBERT SHECKLEY Sci-Fi It was a joyous journey Anders set out on ... to reach his goal ... but look where he wound up!

The Leech
The Leech Sented by Sarah Gerdes

This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.

Diplomatic Immunity
Diplomatic Immunity Sented by Musa

This is a classic science fiction short story by Robert Sheckley and illustrated by Ashman that first appeared in Galaxy Science Fiction magazine. The following passage is part of its intriguing intro: 'He said he wasn't immortal—but nothing could kill him. Still, if the Earth was to live as a free world, he had to die.'

One Man's Poison
One Man's Poison Sented by Emma

Something had gone wrong when they'd loaded the ship, and the rations hadn't quite lasted long enough to make the outbound end of the uranium prospecting trip. Then they found an abandoned world, and landed the ship on an old warehouse facility . . . and tried to found somehting to eat.


When people talk about getting away from it all, they are usually thinking about our great open spaces out west. But to science fiction writers, that would be practically in the heart of Times Square. When a man of the future wants solitude he picks a slab of rock floating in space four light years east of Andromeda. Here is a gentle little story about a man who sought the solitude of such a location. And who did he take along for company? None other than Charles the Robot.

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