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The Issue At Hand

James Blish
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James Blish
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More Issues At Hand

James Blish
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James Blish
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Mission to the Heart Stars

James Blish
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James Blish
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Doctor Mirabilis

James Blish
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James Blish
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The Star Dwellers

James Blish
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James Blish

The inhabitants of Terra nicknamed them "Angels". They were exquisitely beautiful, these shimmering, fiery creatures , highly intelligent and playful. Yet they were awesome, too, considering that the youngest were four million years old, and the oldest had probably participated in the First Cause, which had given birth to the whole universe. To young space cadet Jack Loftus fell the overwhelming responsibility of negotiating a treaty with them - a treaty which could mean the life or death of earth and mankind.

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And All The Stars A Stage

James Blish
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James Blish
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The Duplicated Man

James Blish, Robert A.W. Lowndes
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James Blish, Robert A.W. Lowndes
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Black Easter

James Blish
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James Blish

A gripping story about primal evil: a sinister intermingling of power, politics, modern theology, the dark forces of necromancy, and what proves, all too terribly, not to be superstition.

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The Day After Judgement

James Blish
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James Blish

The events told in Black Easter have run their course. Now God is dead, and Satan has dominion over the earth . . .

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The Warriors of Day

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James Blish
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Jack of Eagles

James Blish
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James Blish
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Fallen Star

James Blish
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James Blish

If you were looking for a fallen star, would you go happily off to the North Pole and dig holes into the seas-bed, grubbing for pieces of rock? You wouldn't? Neither would Julian Cole. He was dragged there. Would you choose as companions a cashiered astronomer whose capacity was purely alcoholic, a pneumatic woman whose walk alone was enough to set a man to itching, plus a collection of failures and misfits scooped from the gutters of New York? Neither did Julian. They picked him.And when this bungling crew of heterogeneous hoboes stumbled on to a world-shattering discovery, would you believe them? Julian had to. He was there.

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Vor

James Blish
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James Blish

The glowing ovoid plummeted downward, the whole sky screaming like a metallic banshee as the air boiled away from its sides.A supersonic bang broke over the forest, but the thing was already gliding down to Earth. As the ovoid settled in among the trees, the entire forest burst into flames.A thin black line appeared and etched a perfect circle on the side of the metal egg, then thickened into a door. The air was rent by a searing hiss. Slowly, the strange being - soon to be known to all mankind as VOR - began to emerge . . .

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Titan's Daughter

James Blish
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James Blish
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The Night Shapes

James Blish
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James Blish
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A Torrent of Faces

James Blish, Norman L. Knight
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James Blish, Norman L. Knight
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Midsummer Century

James Blish
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James Blish

In the year 25,000 ADWhen John Martels returned to consciousness he found himself the Delphic Oracle of a world far different from the Twentieth Century. Humanity has risen and fallen three times and was back once again in a semi-primative state.He shared his oracular powers with a mind and a device left over from the last Rebirth, but the real problem was not rebuilding civilization, it was that another genus of creatures had arisen to claim inheritance of the world - the evolved. Strangely intelligent birds, whose priority was the elimination of the world's former masters.The problem of man versus bird, complicated by the question of John's personal survival, presents a canvas worthy of the diverse talents of the author of A Case of Conscience and Cities in Flight.

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The Quincunx of Time

James Blish
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James Blish
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The Seedling Stars

James Blish
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James Blish

You didn't make an Adapted Man with just a wave of the wand. It involved an elaborate constellation of techniques, known collectively as pantropy, that changed the human pattern in a man's shape and chemistry before he was born. But the pantropists didn't stop with biology. Education, thoughts, ancestors and the world itself were changed, because the Adapted Men were produced to live and thrive in the alien environments found only in space. They were crucial to a daring plan to colonize the universe.And millennia later, it is only fitting that they should return to a long forgotten planetary system to colonise a hostile world called . . . Earth.

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Welcome To Mars

James Blish
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James Blish