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Undersea Quest

Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl
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Jack Williamson, Frederik Pohl
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The Black Sun

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Wonder's Child: My Life in Science Fiction

Jack Williamson
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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
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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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Beachhead

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson

Sam Houston Kellington had from boyhood known that he would someday fly to Mars. But what children dream of is often far different in reality from what one could ever imagine. Having been chosen as one of a select crew Kelligan does go to Mars, only to be marooned with a crippled spacecraft, afflicted with a debilitating illness, and abandoned by crewmates. Aided by one brave woman Kelligan must somehow find a way to survive the rigors of the hostile planet and return to Earth before the members of the first manned mission to Mars have all succumbed.

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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
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Jack Williamson
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The Humanoids

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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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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Mazeway

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson

From the depths of space the Seeker had come, to make the Solar system her nest. The invader was defeated, but not before the Earth was ravaged, its technology destroyed and its inhabitants reduced to barbarism. Mankind's only chance for salvation lay with the alien Eldren - but the Eldren considered humanity primitive and savage, and so they withheld their help. Young Benn Dain hoped to prove humanity's worth on Mazeway, a planetary doublet whose twin worlds, Blade and Stone, were a testing ground for Eldren young. For Roxane Kwan and Diego Bolivar, Mazeway was a path to control of the dying Earth, and Dain's quest was not part of their plans. But the Game of Blade and Stone was not designed for humans, and to survive, they would have to work together to fathom the depths of alien minds and the subtle traps of Eldren way...

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Terraforming Earth

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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The Legion of Space

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson

They were the greatest trio of swashbuckling adventurers ever to ship out to the stars! There was giant Hal Samdu, rocklike Jay Kalam and the incomparably shrewd and knavish Giles Habibula. Here is their first thrilling adventure - the peril - packed attempt to rescue the most important person in the galaxy, keeper of the vital secret essential to humanity's survival in the deadly struggle against the incredibly evil Medusae... The Legion of Space is the first self-contained novel in Jack Williamson's epic Legion of Space series, an all-time classic of adventurous science fiction to rank with 'Doc' Smith's Lensman saga and Isaac Asimov's Foundation trilogy.

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The Queen of the Legion

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson
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Demon Moon

Jack Williamson
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Jack Williamson

According to legend, Zorn's distant ancestors had vanquished fiery devils from the Demon Moon. Now, a thousand years later, that bloody red world looms closer every day. But Zorn knows little of the past. For generations, his family have been Lords of Wolver Riding, flying their winged unicorns to protect the land from werewolves, wyverns and other deadly threats. As Zorn grows, he finds his world increasingly strange. Where did the werewolves come from? How did unicorns fly?His questions end the day his evil uncle usurps the throne. Torn between ancient fears and modern science, wooed by a seductive temptress and plagued by a demonic priest, Zorn must unlock secrets shrouded in the mists of time - or watch everything he loves be consumed in the hellfire of the . . .

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The Silicon Dagger

Jack Williamson
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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
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Jack Williamson
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Darker Than You Think

Jack Williamson
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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.