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Undersea Quest

Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl
Authors:
Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl

A missing relative...Something of value was buried beneath the underwater dome city of Marinia...something that had already cost one man's life, caused another man's kidnapping and gravely affected still another man's future.Expelled from the Sub-Sea Academy on trumped-up charges, Jim Eden wasn't about to wait around to prove his innocence. As soon as he leaned that his uncle mysteriously disappeared while mining uranium at the bottom of hazardous Eden Deep, Jim knew what he had to do...and that he had to do it fast.So he headed for the vast dome city - location of the great mining colony at the bottom of the sea - to pick up any clues to his uncle's disappearance. But once he had entered the undersea metropolis, the wrong people had his number...and they were determined that Jim would sink forever without a trace.

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The Black Sun

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

As the final ship of Project Starseed makes its landing on the dead star, the colonists venture out to search the area, only to discover something shocking hidden in the ice.

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Wonder's Child: My Life in Science Fiction

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

Science fiction legend Jack Williamson's classic autobiography is much more than the story of a single man's life and work; it is an amazing look at the entire 20th century from the perspective of a man on a "long search for endurable compromise with society."Born in 1908, Williamson often felt at odds with the world around him and began writing science fiction as a method of escape. His tentative entrance into the field - his first story was published in 1928 in Hugo Gernsbach's legendary Amazing Stories - soon transformed him from a pulp writer into one of the Grand Masters of science fiction.

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The Stonehenge Gate

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

In a basement in New Mexico, four poker buddies and amateur adventurers who have discovered a dark mystery buried beneath the sands of the Sahara desert decide to do something about it.In the deep Sahara, they find an ancient artifact that will change their lives and the world, forever . . . a gateway between planets that links Earth to distant worlds where they discover wonders and terrors beyond their wildest imagination.

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Jack Williamson SF Gateway Omnibus

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

From the SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to the incredible career of Jack Williamson, whose career spanned over 70 years. Jack Williamson published his first SF story, 'The Metal Man', in 1928 and continued to write high quality SF until his death in 2006, along the way coining many of the terms the genre now takes for granted, such as 'terraforming' and 'genetic engineering'. He was the second writer (after Heinlein) to be named a SFWA Grand Master and was the oldest recipient of both the HUGO and NEBULA AWARDs. This volume contains THE LEGION OF SPACE, the first volume in the eponymous series; THE HUMANOIDS; JOHN W. CAMPBELL AWARD-winning TERRAFORMING EARTH and his HUGO AWARD-winning autobiography WONDER'S CHILD: MY LIFE IN SCIENCE FICTION.

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Beachhead

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Undersea Fleet

Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl
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Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl
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One Against the Legion

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

"I am omnipotent and omniscient. I want every man on every planet to shudder and grow pale when he thinks of Me. For I have suffered gross injuries that must be avenged..."This sinister message - and a loathsome serpent-like trademark - were the only clues the Legion of Space had to the identity of Mankind's most evasive and horrible enemy. But meanwhile, He or IT - had meticulously begun to destroy the world...The Legion of Space was well accustomed to facing mortal peril in the black depths of outer space in order to defend humanity against its unearthly foes. But even they were to find their courage and ingenuity tested to the utmost limits in their fight against the vile phantom that called itself God and shrouded the Universe in an incredible web of terror...

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The Humanoids

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

On the far planet Wing IV, a brilliant scientist creates the humanoids - sleek black androids programmed to serve humanity.But are they perfect servants - or perfect masters?Slowly the humanoids spread throughout the galaxy, threatening to stifle all human endeavor. Only a hidden group of rebels can stem the humanoid tide...if it's not already too late.

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The Humanoid Touch

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Seetee Shock

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Seetee Ship

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Firechild

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Terraforming Earth

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

In the wake of an extinction-level meteor impact, a small group of human survivors manages to leave the barren Earth and establish a new home on the moon. From Tycho Base, they're able to observe the devastated planet and wait for a time when return will become possible. Finally, after millennia of waiting, the descendants of the original refugees travel back to a planet they've never known, to try to rebuild a civilisation of which they've never been a part. But after so much time, the question is not whether they can rebuild an old destroyed home, but whether they can learn to inhabit an alien new world - Earth. Winner of the John W. Campbell Award for best novel, 2002

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The Legion of Space

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson
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The Queen of the Legion

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson
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Demon Moon

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson
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The Silicon Dagger

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

In McAdam City, Kentucky, people are fed up with big government interfering with their lives, telling them what they can't do, sticking its nose into their private business, trying to keep them from protecting their legitimate interests from Uncle Sam.When an invisible barrier is put up to protect McAdam City, everything changes. This "silicone shell" is impervious to anything the army can throw against it. People are dying for the cause of personal freedom in this small Kentucky town, but they've finally found a way to fight big government with a digital technology greater than anything in the government's vast arsenal.Can one small town declare its independence from the United States?With the silicone dagger poised at the throat of the republic, just maybe...

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The Cometeers

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

In the second book in the Legion of Space series, Jay Kalam, Hal Samdu and Giles Habibula fight The Cometeers, an alien race of energy beings controlling a "comet" which is really a giant force field containing a swarm of planets populated by their slaves. The slave races are of flesh and blood, but none are remotely similar to humans. The Cometeers cannot be destroyed by AKKA, as they are incorporeal from the Universe's point of view and exist for the most part in an alternate reality. The ruling Cometeers feed on their slaves and literally absorb their souls, leaving disgusting, dying hulks in their wake. It is said that they do so, as they were once fleshly entities themselves of various species. Hence, the ruling Cometeers keep other intelligent beings as slaves and "cattle." They fear AKKA, though, as it can erase all their possessions.

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Darker Than You Think

Jack Williamson
Authors:
Jack Williamson

The unsettling dreams begin for small-town reporter Will Barbee not long after he first meets the mysterious and beautiful April Bell. They are vivid, powerful and deeply disturbing nightmares in which he commits atrocious acts. And one by one, his friends are meeting violent deaths.It is clear to Barbee that he is embroiled in something far beyond human understanding, something unspeakably evil. And it intimately involves the seductive, dangerously intoxicating April, and the question, 'Who is the Child of the Night?' When he discovers the answer to that, his world will change utterly.