Book List in Order: 163 titles

  • A collection of twenty classic short stories by Isaac Asimov, author of the Foundation series, featuring the definitive and only in-print version of “Nightfall”From one of history’s most influential writers of science fiction comes ...


  • In 1947, Piers Anthony picked up an issue of Astounding Science Fiction, and was transported to a world of fantasy and possibility. More than sixty years later, he has become one of the most prolific authors of fantasy and science fiction. Collecte...


  • Scheming scientists want to find the secrets behind Norby's antigravity abilities — but they have to dismantle him to do it! The mixed-up robot and young space cadet Jeff Wells go on the run to Jamya, a planet inhabited by hungry dragons and angry ...


  • The Golden Age of Science Fiction, from the early 1940s through the 1950s, saw an explosion of talent in SF writing, including authors such as Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, and Arthur C. Clarke. Their writing helped science fiction gain wide publ...


  • Six clever, wonderfully writen "Black Widower" mysteries penned by the award-winning science fiction writer reveal the inner workings of a mind that was capable of crossing genres easily to produce some of the best mystery writing on the market. Repr...


  • BEYOND AURORA AWAITS A BRAVE NEW WORLD...OF ROBOTS A man without a memory flees a city of robots gone wild. At his side, a mysterious young woman whose own identity is eroded by an insidious disease. Journeying to Earth, the two must find a way to sa...


  • Isaac Asimov concludes that we are not alone! Using the most up-to-date astronomical research as the backdrop for speculation, Asimov confronts the possibilities of other-worldly life head-on in Extraterrestrial Civilizations.In what will surely bec...








  • You visit a world where Robots strain to remember the existence of the Men who created them; hear the tantalizingly brief report of a man who returns from a trip to the future; see the snake-armed Thing that emerges from the minds of the people who c...


  • Isaac Asimov and science fiction are one and the same to millions of readers. He was the field's transcendent genius, its reigning prophet, its genial patriarch, and its most prolific author. But Asimov also wrote fantasy, and invariably of an enduri...


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    GIRLS FOR THE SLIME GOD is a collection based around three Henry Kuttner stories published in 1938, stories that (almost) actually delivered on the lurid promises of the pulp magazine covers of the day. Besides the Kuttner stories, the 1960 Playboy a...




  • A collection of original short fantasy stories assembles previously uncollected tales, stories about the two-centimeter demon Azazel, several fairy tales, and a humorous adventure about Batman's old age...



  • Gold is Isaac Asimov's first original collection of science fiction in over a decade. It is also his last science fiction collection, one containing all of his uncollected SF stories that have never before appeared in book form. Gold is the final and...


  • Arguably the greatest science fiction writer who ever lived, Isaac Asimov also possessed one of the most brilliant and original minds of our time. His accessible style and far-reaching interests in subjects ranging from science to humor to history ea...


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    Arguably the greatest science fiction writer who ever lived, Isaac Asimov also possessed one of the most brilliant and original minds of our time. His accessible style and far-reaching interests in subjects ranging from science to humor to history ea...






  • Andrew Martin, a standard housekeeping robot, allows the unique capabilities of his experimental brain to lead him to become an artist, businessman, and crusader, in a novel based on Asimov's short story, "The Bicentennial Man." 35,000 first printing...


  • A collection of science fiction stories by the top writers in the genre features selections from Isaac Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine by the likes of Larry Niven, Gregory Benford, Lucius Shepard, Greg Bear, and others. Original....


  • Before his death in 1992, Isaac Asimov conceived the next step in robot evolution: Caliban. In a universe protected by the Three Laws of Robotics, humans are safe. Robots are bound by law to care for and to obey them. But when an experiment with a ne...


  • A stunning testament to his creative genius. "Forward The Foundation" is a the saga's dramatic climax -- the story Asimov fans have been waiting for. An exciting tale of danger, intrigue, and suspense, "Forward The Foundation" brings to vivid life As...





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    Plucked out of the past and transported forty thousand years into the future, a Neanderthal child discovers that human nature has remained unchanged, in an expanded version of an original Asimov story...









  • Ace Books, 1991. Mass market paperback original. Anthology of 9 stories set on Mars, that were first published in Asimov's Science Fiction magazine. Authors include Allen Steele, Ian McDonald, Kim Stanley Robinson and others....



  • From Isaac Asimov, the Hugo Award-winning Grand Master of Science Fiction, comes five decades of robot visions: thirty-four landmark stories and essays—including three rare tales—gathered together in one volume. Meet all of Asimov’s most famou...


  • Fifty years after his first professional sale, Isaac Asimov is still writing, prolifically, and turning out high-quality work. In commemoration, Greenberg has brought together one story from each of those 50 years, beginning with that very first sale...



  • The first book of the definitive three-volume collection of short stories by the prolific Isaac Asimov, whose tales have delighted countless fans for over half a century--a must for every science fiction bookshelf....



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  • Each month the Black Widowers, an urbane club of cerebral adventurers, meet at the Milano Restaurant for dinner. And each month a single guest is invited and subjected to a genial but intense grilling on the meaning of his existence. Inevitably the g...







  • In the twenty-third century pioneers have escaped the crowded Earth for life in self-sustaining orbital colonies. One of the colonies, Rotor, has broken away from the solar system to create its own renegade utopia around an unknown red star two light...




  • It was dark by the time Lucas stopped his taxi in the driveway of the Wheeler home and lumbered up the path to the front entrance. He still wore his heavy boots, despite the spring thaw; his mackinaw and knitted cap were reminders of the hard winter ...



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  • This classic science fiction masterwork by Isaac Asimov weaves stories about robots, humanity, and the deep questions of existence into a novel of shocking intelligence and heart. “A must-read for science-fiction buffs and literature enjoyers alik...


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    In this trilogy, Lije Bailey, who is filled with all Earth's prejudices against robots and spacers, must learn to work together with a seemingly human robot to solve crimes that threaten the fragile link between Earth and space...







  • MEET AZAZEL... He's two centimeters tall. He's fiery red. He has magical powers strong enough to wreck a normal human's life...all with the best intentions, of course. George Bitternut, an eccentric linguist and deadbeat, stumbles onto an ancie...


  • Eleven stories--by Piers Anthony, R.A. Lafferty, James E. Gunn, and others--focus on the lives and motives of extraterrestrials on Earth, their adustment to human society, and their impact on human life...


  • A fabulous adventure into the last frontier of man!Attention! This is the last message you will receive until your mission is completed. You have sixty minutes once miniaturization is complete. You must be out of Benes’ body before then. If not, yo...


  • It is the year 12,020 G.E. and Emperor Cleon I sits uneasily on the Imperial throne of Trantor. Here in the great multidomed capital of the Galactic Empire, forty billion people have created a civilization of unimaginable technological and cultural c...


  • Isaac Asimov Best Science Fiction (Signet) - The Universe That Asimov Built ! Isaac Asimov is a name that immediately evokes images of robots and intersteller empires, of super computers and of daring missions.......



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  • Legendary American adventurer and explorer Charles Burton Irwin, accompanied by his wife and children, builds a new life on the Western frontier, from the era of wagon trains and cattle drives to the dawn of the railroads...


  • This mystery collection presents many selections never before collected in book form and numerous selections chosen by the author himself from his famous "Black Widower" and "Union Club" series, as well as a wide variety of other stories...








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    FOUNDATION'S END? Centuries after the fall of the First Galactic Empire, Mankind's destiny lay in the hands of Golan Trevize, former Councilman of the First Foundation. Reluctantly he chose the mental unity of Galaxia as the only alternative to a ...



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  • 2nd in series, preceded by Tales of the Black Widowers, and followed by Casebook of the Black Widowers and others. Collects 12 stories with an introduction. Contents: Introduction, essay by Isaac Asimov. Stories: When No Man Pursueth; Quicker Than th...


  • Stories tell of the last survivor of an alien purge, a time traveler, an immortal who outlives all of his companions, a scientist who tries to postpone the end of his race, and an individual who stays behind when Earth is abandoned...


  • First Printing Good. No Jacket Not Large Print Science Fiction. 9 Oz. Light shelf and corner wear, inside pages clean but yellowed, yellowing to outside page edges, some turning wrinkles and creases. No Jacket...









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    tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow... and every one brings us awesome new wonders, heart-stopping new adventures. Dr. Asimov shows us the Olympics, 21st-century style... a suicidal computer... a child who found a mother -- 40,000 years too late... an...


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    OLIVAW'S TWIST Two hundred years after his humiliating defeat at the hands of the Earthman Elijah Baley, Kelden Amadiro still dreamed of revenge. Now, finally, he set into motion a plot that would totally destroy the planet Earth. But Amadiro h...




  • This stand-alone novel is widely regarded as Asimov''s best science fiction novel. Andrew Harlan is an Eternal, a member of the elite of the future. One of the few who live in Eternity, a location outside of place and time, Harlan''s job is to create...


  • Drawing on Asimov's third hundred works, this anthology is divided into subject categories, including astronomy, physics, biology, humor, history, and science fiction, and features background pieces that discuss the germination of the writings and th...




  • Eleven stories--by Piers Anthony, R.A. Lafferty, James E. Gunn, and others--focus on the lives and motives of extraterrestrials on Earth, their adjustment to human society, and their impact on human life...


  • Six distinguished gentlemen (Ph.D.'s all) and one invited guest dine monthly at New York's elegant Milano restaurant. The Black Widowers, whose number includes the peerless waiter, Henry, have an uncanny ability to elicit from each guest a story that...







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  • High above the planet Florinia, the Squires of Sark live in unimaginable wealth and comfort. Down in the eternal spring of the planet, however, the native Florinians labor ceaselessly to produce the precious kyrt that brings prosperity to their Sarki...







  • Asimov at his best! A 21-story salute featuring:* A levitating professor* Alien traders bringing something to sell* A black hole hurtling toward Earth* The universe being created* And many other matters of great import!...






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    A MOST DANGEROUS BALEYWICK A puzzling case of roboticide takes New York Detective Elijah Baley from Earth to the planet Aurora, where humans and robots have, till now, always coexisted in perfect harmony. Only the gifted roboticist Han Fastolfe...


  • This collection of four famous science fiction tales masterfully exemplifies author Isaac Asimov's ability to create quickly a believable human milieu in the midst of alien circumstances. Each of the long stores also shows his considerable skill in f...


  • BEYOND THE SELDON PLAN Hari Seldon, the great psychohistorian, set up the Foundation to bypass millennia of barbarism and bring about a Second Empire in a mere thousand years. Now, 498 years after its founding, the Foundation seemed to be followin...



  • Such writers as A.E. van Vogt, Sharon Webb, Barry Malzberg, and Gordon R. Dickson explore the future and the solar system in a collection of stories presented in the form of diaries, memos, and letters...





  • Isaac Asimov, scientist, author, and Earth-dweller, explores the many potential natural and man-made catastrophes that could change life as we know it, or erase us from the face of the Earth.   Natural properties and laws might change at any time, r...








  • A collection of essays by a master of science fiction is devoted to a discussion of the nature, characteristics, and function of science-fiction writing, including information on authors, works, and themes...





  • Gareth Stevens is proud to present a completely updated and revised edition of our highly acclaimed Iassc Asimov's New Library of the Universe. A re-worked text throughout relects the latest discoveries and theories, and the most up-to-the-minute new...





  • A DOZEN MASTERPIECES OF MYSTERY, MURDER, AND UNEARTHLY DETECTION! Every month, the Black Widowers convene for sumptuous food, fine wine, and a cosmically, baffling mystery. Attended by Henry, the all- knowing waiter, these gentle rogues ponder su...






  • Asimov, Greenberg, and Waugh bring together their favorite stories about the sun, the moon, and the planets and preface each with a discussion of what is known now and what was known when the story was originally written...



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  • Three classics that heralded the advent of a master of science fiction PEBBLE IN THE SKY Joseph Schwartz is hurled into the future by some mysterious effect of fissioning uranium. He emerges into a strange and eerie world -- a radioactive Earth in t...















  • Lucid discussions of man"s attempt to measure time-and control it, gravitation (not the strongest force in the Universe! ), the fascination of Roman numerals, the meanings of planets" names (Why is it correct to speak of "Venerian atmosphere" or even...


  • Newly arrived on Planet Anderson Two just before Christmas, Jonathan is warned about the dangerous native inhabitants but an accidental meeting with one of the natives convinces him that they are friendly and peaceful....


  • Fawcett Crest, 1976, paperback. One of several printings. Includes a bibliography, an introduction by Asimov, and these STORIES: Marooned Off Vesta (1939); Nightfall (1941); The C-Chute (1951); The Martian Way (1952); The Deep (1952); The Fun They Ha...


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  • In the twenty-second century Earth obtains limitless, free energy from a source science little understands: an exchange between Earth and a parallel universe, using a process devised by the aliens. But even free energy has a price. The transference p...


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    Front cover has a top and bottom corner creases. Slight edge wear and back cover also has a little crease. Top edge has a small roller stamp. Some age fading. Ships very quickly and packaged carefully!...



  • Marshall Zebatinsky was embarrassed. He, a nuclear physicist, visiting a numerologist in the hopes of furthering his career―to be famous. Was he so desperate for advancement that he would resort to the superstition, or worse fakery, of a numerologi...


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    MURDER IN PARADISE Solaria was a beautiful planet, but a sparsely settled one. The Solarians had so isolated themselves that direct contact with others was almost unbearable, and all interpersonal dealings were conducted by solid-seeming trimensional...


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    THE AGORAPHOBIC BALEY and the POSITRONIC COP It was bad enough when Lije Baley, a simple plainclothes cop, was ordered to solve a totally baffling mystery -- the murder of a prominent Spacer. It was worse when he found that the smug, self-satisfied S...


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    It happened this way: In the distant future, Man spread to a million worlds circling the blazing suns of the Milky Way -- Earthmen and aliens formed vast units, seething with old lusts and new passions...and the pattern of history repeated itse...






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    THE BIG AND THE LITTLE When the Galactic Empire began dying, the great psycho historian Hari Sheldon set up the Foundation to preserve human culture and shorten 30,000 years of chaotic barbarism to a mere millennium. Located on a bleak world at the...


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    For twelve thousand years the Galactic Empire had ruled supreme. Now it was dying. But only Hari Seldon, creator of the revolutionary science of psychohistory, could see into the future--a dark age of ignorance, barbarism, and warfare that would last...


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    ONE AGAINST TYRANN Someone was trying to kill Biron Farril, just as someone had murdered his father. And behind that threat lay all the might of Tyrann -- Tyrann, the ruthless, barbaric Empire that was ravaging and absorbing all of the Nebular Kingdo...


  • EARTH, GHE TTO WORLD! One moment Joseph Schwartz was a happily retired tailor in Chicago,1949. The next he was a helpless stranger on the Earth during the heyday of the Galactic Empire. Earth, as he soon learned, was a backwater world, despised...


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    ROBOPSYCHOLOGIST Dr. Susan Calvin had seen it all when it came to robots. As a girl she had seen the early models -- mute and totally faithful. She joined U.S. Robots and Mechanical Men, Inc. when they began adapting Earth robots for work in space --...



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    1984 Signet Classic mass market paperback. Edited by Isaac Asimov, Martin H. Greenberg and Charles G. Waugh. Sci-fi anthology includes stories by Asimov, George R.R. Martin, L. Sprague de Camp, Mike Resnick, Arthur C. Clarke. Alan Dean Foster and oth...






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    Stories deal with a magician's quest, a man who changes into an elephant, sorcerers, werewolves, storytellers, a magical necklace, ancient monsters revived by a spell, a daring rescue, and a mysterious wall...


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