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Obsidian's War The Winter City

Obsidian's War The Winter City

M S Lawson | Sci-fi Fantasy
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Gel Obsidian's adventures continue in a second book as he goes behind the lines on a dangerous mission to find out more about the alien Gagrim, but there is even more danger at home. His glamorous sex worker girlfriend has a deadly secret and he is drawn to a nightclub singer with a hitman...

IN THE SERVICE OF FRANCE

IN THE SERVICE OF FRANCE

Michel Poulin | Sci-fi Fantasy
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Kin was saved from death some 52,000 years ago, after having his family killed by cave hyenas. Kin and another Neanderthal child were then adopted by a field agent of the Time Patrol and brought up at the organization's base. Now eighteen, Kin decides to serve the country of his birth, France...

Picnic

Picnic

Stephen Marlowe | Sci-fi Fantasy
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Burt was tired of taking his family out to the asteroids for a picnic every week-end. But with a wife and two spoiled brats to goad him into the regular routine, what could a man do? Only, as it turned out, this particular picnic wasn't quite regular routine!

The Unseen Blushers

The Unseen Blushers

Alfred Bester | Sci-fi Fantasy
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With all kinds of plots twisting in my head, I hadn't slept well the night before. For one thing, I'd worked too late on a yarn that wasn't worth it. For another, there'd been a high wind howling through the streets. It made me restless and did a lot more damage than that. When I got up I found...

The Band Played On

The Band Played On

C. Shook | Sci-fi Fantasy
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I'm playing trombone in a little five-piece combo at Benny's Bar and Grill when it happens. At the time we are slightly enlarged by the presence of four of Bill Gundry's boys who are working out at the park and have dropped by to sit in after they have finished, and also we have present Eddie...

The Skylark of Valeron

The Skylark of Valeron

Edward E. Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy
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Feeling his companion's eyes upon him, the doctor turned his inscrutable stare upon Loring, who had been studying his chief even as DuQuesne had been studying the outlander. Loring's cherubic countenance was as pinkly innocent as ever, his guileless blue eyes as calm and untroubled; but DuQuesne...

To the Sons of Tomorrow

To the Sons of Tomorrow

Irving Cox | Sci-fi Fantasy
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The Olympus could never return to her home planet; her crew was destined to live out their lives among the savages of this new planet. But savages could be weaned from their superstitions and set on the road to knowledge, Theusaman thought. Or could they?

Pattern for Conquest

Pattern for Conquest

George O. Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy
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The signal officer leaped from his position and made a vicious grab at the thin paper tape that was snaking from his typer to the master transmitter. It tore just at the entrance slot. The tape-end slid in; disappeared.

Robot Nemesis

Robot Nemesis

Edward Elmer Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy
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The War of the Planets is considered to have ended on 18 Sol, 3012, with that epic struggle, the Battle of Sector Ten. In that engagement, as is of course well known, the Grand Fleet of the Inner Planets—the combined space-power of Mercury, Venus, Earth, and Mars—met that of the Outer Planets...

Quest to Centaurus

Quest to Centaurus

George O. Smith | Sci-fi Fantasy
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Captain Alfred Weston entered the room and nodded curtly to the men at the conference table. Doctor Edwards, holding forth at the head of the table, nodded as though he had not seen the over-polite greeting. He waved the newcomer to an empty seat on the opposite side of the table, and Weston went...