Related to: 'Lest We Forget Thee Earth'

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The Shrouded Planet

Randall Garrett, Robert Silverberg
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Randall Garrett, Robert Silverberg
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The Dawning Light

Randall Garrett, Robert Silverberg
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Randall Garrett, Robert Silverberg

The Earthmen came to Nidor and the most important thing they brought with them was - change.Change in old-age ways of living. Change in a culture that had been static for centuries. But they were not unopposed for there was a strong underground reactionary movement which believed that the planet was destined to disappear completely into violent chaos - unless something was done about it.

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A Time of Changes

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Regan's Planet

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

In 1492, Colombus discovered America.In 1992 Claude Regan had to make it happen again!The US needed a shot in the arm as the twentieth century entered the last decade. And a World's fair celebrating five hundred years of American civilisation might just do the trick.Regan was the trickiest, most ruthless promoter in the country. And the first thing he realised was that Earth wasn't big enough to hold the kind of fair he wanted.So he built a new world!

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Conquerors from the Darkness

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Planet of Death

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Thorns

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

Duncan Chalk is a monstrous media mogul with a vast appetite for other people's pain. He feeds off it, and carefully nurtures it in order to feed it to the public. It is inevitable that Chalk should home in on Minner Burris, a space traveller whose body was taken apart by alien surgeons and then put back together again - differently. Burris' pain is constant. And so is that of Lona Kelvin, used by scientists to supply eggs for 100 children and then ruthlessly discarded. Only an emotional vampire like Chalk can see the huge audience eager to watch a relationship develop between these two damaged people. And only Chalk can make it happen.First published in 1967

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The Time Hoppers

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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The Man In The Maze

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

During his heroic first encounter with an alien race, Dick Muller was permanently altered, hideously transformed in a way that left him repulsive to the entire human race. Alone and embittered, he exiled himself to Lemnos, an abandoned planet famed for its labyrinthine horrors, both real and imagined. But now, Earth trembles on the brink of extinction, threatened by another alien species, and only Muller can rescue the planet. Men must enter the murderous maze of Lemnos, find Muller, and convince him to return with them.But will the homeless alien, alone in the universe, risk his life to save his race, the race that has utterly rejected him? (First published 1968)

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Hawksbill Station

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

In the mid-21st century, time travel is used to send political prisoners to Hawksbill Station, a prison camp in the late Cambrian Era. When the latest arrival suspiciously deflects questions about his crimes and knowledge of 'Up Front', the inmates decide to find out his secret.First published in 1968

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The Masks Of Time

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Nightwings

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Up the Line

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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Tower Of Glass

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

Simeon Krug's obsession is to see a tower built, on kilometre high, that will reach out to answer the voice from space. The Androids are his tools; superb, man-like creations of Man. The Androids take Krug for their God, and seek to become one with flesh-and-blood mankind through his wisdom. But Krug is not God - and it takes a God to control the terrible emotions Krug has stirred . . .

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Son of Man

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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The Second Trip

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg
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The World Inside

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

The year is 2381. The place is Urban Monad 116 of the constellation Chippitts. The population of this one-thousand storey super-structure is 800,000+ and always growing. After two centuries of ruthless, selective breeding, the essence of life is to be blessworthy and to multiply; to afford one's neighbours any type of sexual fulfilment and, above all, to avoid the evil of frustration.But, within this seemingly blissful vertical world there are individuals who feel such perverse desires as a longing for privacy, a wish to descend from the heights, to walk on earth and bask in the sunshine. These rebel throwbacks to an earlier Earth are dangerous, disruptive elements. And they must be destroyed - if they do not destroy themselves first . . .

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The Stochastic Man

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

Lew Nichols' business, at the end of the twentieth century, was stochastic prediction - high-powered guesswork. He was very good at this well-paid, sophisticated form of witchcraft. And he was quite content with the sultry Indian beauty he had married. In fact, Lew Nichols was more than satisfied with his life. Until the day in March '99 when he met Martin Carvajal. Lew got strange vibrations from the eccentric millionaire from the start. But Carvajal took a special interest in Lew. He wanted to teach him to SEE the future - not just guess at it.But the power to see the future did not prepare Lew for the horrifying possibilities it offered.(First published 1975)

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Dying Inside

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

A powerful novel about what happens when the magic leaves our lives.Imagine what it would be like if you could tell what the innermost thoughts and feelings of those around you were. Imagine if, as you reached middle age, you lost that ability. What would it do to you to be like everyone else?

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The Book Of Skulls

Robert Silverberg
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Robert Silverberg

Four students discover a manuscript, The Book of Skulls, which reveals the existence of a sect, now living in the Arizona desert, whose members can offer immortality to those who can complete its initiation rite.To their surprise, they discover that the sect exists, and is willing to accept them as acolytes. But for each group of four who enter the rite, two must die in order for the others to succeed.