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The Legion of Lazarus
The Legion of Lazarus Sented by Steve Bark

"It isn't so bad," says one of the men who are with you inside this ultimate room. "Fifty years from now, the rest of us will all be old, or dead."

The Man Who Evolved
The Man Who Evolved Sented by Sarah Gerdes

"A fine example of Hamilton's skill in encapsulating an enormous theme into the neat and perfect compass of a short story." -Leigh Brackett

The moon men
The moon men Sented by Emma

Through the treason of a handful of men, contact between Earth & the Moon had become a nightmare.

Planetoid 127
Planetoid 127 Sented by Emma

"Chap" West, who was never an enthusiast for work, laid down the long pole that had brought him from Bisham to the shade of a backwater west of Hurley Lock, and dropped to the cushions at the bottom of the punt, groaning his relief.

World Without War
World Without War Sented by Sarah Gerdes

Cooperation was all right back in the dark ages but this was an era of super culture and hi-psi intelligence.

The Good Neighbors
The Good Neighbors Sented by Steve Bark

The ship itself occasioned some excitement, but back there at the tattered end of the century, what was one visiting spaceship more or less? Others had appeared before, and gone away discouraged -- or just not bothering.

The Telenizer
The Telenizer Sented by Musa

Don Thompson was a fan who worked most of his life as a professional journalist. He was also active in comic book fandom.

Fair and Warmer
Fair and Warmer Sented by Steve Bark

Tensor's melancholia threatened to disturb the entire citizenry, and that was most uncivil!

The Risk Profession
The Risk Profession Sented by Rebecca

Everyone knows him as the mystery writer who published books like The Hook (2000), Bad News 2001, and Put a Lid on It (2002) under his own name, Donald E. Westlake, and of course that he was also Richard Stark and a number of other favorite authors. But a science fiction writer? -- Really? -- You bet he was, early on in his career. (He even wrote one SF novel -- Anarchaos, in 1966, as "Curt Clark.")

The Winged Men of Orcon
The Winged Men of Orcon Sented by Steve Bark

Far out at the edge of the Universe two scientists play a game of wits--Earth to the winner

A Scientist Rises
A Scientist Rises Sented by Cameron

A Scientist Rises is presented here in a high quality paperback edition.

The Rat Racket
The Rat Racket Sented by Sarah Gerdes

With Dr. Keller's genius for hitting at vital spots every time, he now gives us a brand new idea and an ingenious solution

Spillthrough
Spillthrough Sented by Steve Bark

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.

Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town

Alan is a middle-aged entrepeneur in contemporary Toronto, who has devoted himself to fixing up a house in a bohemian neighborhood. This naturally brings him in contact with the house full of students and layabouts next door, including a young woman who, in a moment of stress, reveals to him that she has wings--wings, moreover, which grow back after each attempt to cut them off.

I, Row-Boat
I, Row-Boat Sented by Emma

Cory Doctorow (born July 17, 1971) is a blogger, journalist and science fiction author who serves as co-editor of the blog Boing Boing.

A Place So Foreign
A Place So Foreign Sented by Paul

Considered one of the most promising science fiction writers, Cory Doctorow's name is already mentioned with such SF greats as J.G. Ballard, Michael Moorcock, William Gibson and Bruce Sterling.

The Street That Wasn't There

WITH THE WORLD! The pendulum clock struck slowly, its every other chime as usual setting up a sympathetic vibration in the pewter vase that stood upon the mantel. Mr. Chambers got to his feet, strode to the door, opened it and looked out.

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