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What is a paleontologist doing on Mars? Pushing her boundaries. . . .Problematica, n: a term used in paleontology to refer to fossils that appear to be either of unknown taxonomic origin, or whose occurrence in the location they are found contradicts... Read more about Boundary

The silence caused Helen Sutter to glance over at Joe. His face was pale under its tan, contrasting all the more with his dark hair. His habitually cheerful expression was currently replaced by that o...


The space-pirates of Boskone raided at will, menacing the whole structure of interstellar civilization. Master-minded by a super-scientist, their conquering fleets outgunned even the mighty space cruisers of the Galactic Patrol.

When Lensman Kim Kinn... Read more about Galactic Patrol

Dominating twice a hundred square miles of campus, parade-ground, Airport, and spaceport, a ninety-story edifice of chromium and glass sparkled dazzlingly in the bright sunlight of a June morning. Thi...


Prof. Rajavur and his 'First Contact Team' had been patiently waiting years for aliens to land on Earth. Leader Idow and the crew of the starship, All That Glitters, were just looking for an unknown planet where they could land and have a little fun ... Read more about Illegal Aliens

At the head of the table was a scholarly gentleman, a gray-haired diplomat from Iceland in a neat navy blue suit, the permanent leader of this special task force. To his left was an American general, ...


Even back before the first bits of this story hit the newsstands, the folks who published it in Amazing Stories (January through April, 1934) knew they were on to something special. "We are sure that our readers will be highly pleased to have us give... Read more about Triplanetary

Apparently motionless to her passengers and crew, the Interplanetary liner Hyperion bored serenely onward through space at normal acceleration. In the railed-off sanctum in one corner of the control r...


What do readers say about The Skylark of Space?

not a cyberpunkthe og space operayou go as fastpretty cheesy

Brilliant government scientist Richard Seaton discovers a remarkable faster-than-light fuel that will power his interstellar spaceship, The Skylark ...

but his ruthless rival, Marc DuQuesne, and the sinister World Steel Corporation will do anything t... Read more about The Skylark of Space

Petrified with astonishment, Richard Seaton stared after the copper steam-bath upon which he had been electrolyzing his solution of "X," the unknown metal. For as soon as he had removed the beaker the...


A Tale Of Revenge Vulcan was a factory planet, centuries old, Company run, ugly as sin, and unfeeling as death. Vulcan bred just two types of native -- complacent or tough...and Sten was tough.

When his family died in a mysterious "accident," Sten re... Read more about Sten

DEATH CAME QUIETLY TO THE ROW. The suit stank. The Tech inside it stared out through the scratched port at the pipe that looped around the outside of the recreation dome and muttered a string of curse...


In the spellbinding Arthur C. Clarke tradition, here is an exhilarating adventure into the hearts of both the Universe and mankind . . .

By the twenty-third century Earth has already had two encounters with massive, mysterious robotic spacecraft fro... Read more about The Garden of Rama

universe. It was an incredible experience. I thought I had felt powerful emotions before, but nothing in my life-not the death of my mother, not the Olympic gold medal in Los Angeles, not my thirty-si...


Winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel

One of the most enthralling science fiction sagas ever written, Kim Stanley Robinson's epic trilogy concludes with Blue Mars-a triumph of prodigious research and visionary storytelling.

"A breakthrough even f... Read more about Blue Mars

They stopped their cars. The silence in the cabins had shifted from reverent to grim. Ann stood at one upper-cabin window, looking south toward Sheffield, that child of the space elevator: built becau...


From Timothy Zahn, Hugo Award winner and New York Times bestselling author of two landmark Star Wars® series, comes an original new tale featuring a renegade space pilot, his unusual alien partner, and an unknown cargo that can change the course of g... Read more about The Icarus Hunt

They were waiting as I stepped through the door into the taverno: three of them, preadult Yavanni, roughly the size of Brahma bulls, looming over me from both sides of the entryway. Big, eager-eyed, a...


What do readers say about The Doomfarers of Coramonde?

just high fantasymodern day soldiersa solid epicmy personal favorite

MISSION to HELL Just yesterday, Sergeant Gil MacDonald and his APC crew had been fending off an ambush in a Viet Nam jungle. In the middle of the firefight, some kind of magic spell had transported them to this Fantasy Land complete with flying drago... Read more about The Doomfarers of Coramonde

“EARTHFAST,” that place was called, aspiring skyward from roots of caverned bedrock. There was nothing that a palace demanded that it didn’t boast, and no feature it lacked that was required in a fort...

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