Book List in Order:52 titles

  • THE MASKED WORLD AND OTHER SCIENCE FICTION STORIES includes seven exciting stories by noted scifi writer Jack Williamson.• The Masked World• The Doom from Planet 4• Salvage in Space• The Cosmic Express• The Pygmy Planet•...


  • One of the best things science fiction can offer is a fresh analysis of what it means to be human. This book delivers on that analysis -- in spades. Ordinarily, a review shouldn't provide a synopsis, but since one is not provided by Amazon.com, I'll ...




  • Richard Smith, a former college athlete working on an oil tanker, is inadvertently kidnapped over two million years into the future by blind scientist, Midos Ken, and his beautiful and brilliant daughter, Thon Ahrora. Unable to return to his own time...


  • When adventurer, Barry Horn, is chosen to be the worlds first Rocketeer, the first human to set foot on other worlds, he is reluctant to accept the job until he receives a vision seemingly from his late wife telling him he must go or all humanity wil...


  • 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? Gradually the humanoids spread throughout the galaxy, threatening to stifle a...


  • Generations of clones on the moon chronicle the recovery of mother Earth, which has been destroyed and deserted. Eons have passed and a new generation of clones discover that their own base on the moon had been destroyed in the past and then rediscov...


  • Generations of clones on the moon chronicle the recovery of mother Earth, which has been destroyed and deserted. Eons have passed and a new generation of clones discover that their own base on the moon had been destroyed in the past and then rediscov...






  • I believe that Paul Telfair's unnatural fear of spiders was a dark heritage from the creeping, monstrous forebears of humanity, an atavistic survival from the things that wallowed and devoured one another in the ooze and slime of the primordial mud-f...


  • He was impartial as to the source of his thrills-provided they were distant enough from modern civilization. His hero was likely to be an ape-man roaring through the jungle, with a bloody rock in one hand and a beautiful girl in the other. Or a cowbo...


  • His "planet" was the smallest in the solar system, and the loneliest, Thad Allen was thinking, as he straightened wearily in the huge, bulging, inflated fabric of his Osprey space armor. Walking awkwardly in the magnetic boots that held him to the bl...


  • Seemingly perfect robotic "Humanoids" appear in the town of Two Rivers and offer residents a life free of work, stress and danger. But at what cost? "With Folded Hands" follows Mr. Underhill, as the Humanoids threaten his household, destroy his andro...



  • Dane Belfast is a young scientist seeking the whereabouts of a missing geneticist and family friend. A visit to the mysterious Cadman Corporation results in his being drugged and whisked off to a secret location called Dragon's Island, where "not-men...


  • Love transcends. This doesn’t hold truer than in this pulp classic by Jack Williamson. Melvin Dane has been seeing a vision of a green girl since he was a child. Images of her came over the ether. Is she just fantasy? Or a reality that managed to c...


  • In July 1943, at the height of World War II, Colin Bramble, an RAF pilot, parachutes behind enemy lines into Peenemunde, a small fishing village on the Baltic Sea. British Intelligence has learned that the Germans are building a secret rocket weapon ...



  • The Worlds of Jack Williamson celebrates the 100th birthday of one of the Grand Masters of science fiction. While Jack Williamson passed away in 2006 at the age of 98, his incredible body of work continues to be enjoyed by legions of fans and admirer...


  • AN EXTRAORDINARY IOURNEY TO THE STARS. 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,...



  • First Paperback, Contains the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning The Ultimate EarthWhen a giant meteor crashes into the earth and destroys all life, the small group of human survivors manage to leave the barren planet and establish a new home on the moon....


  • Williamson was one of the gods of the old pulp sf/adventure magazines of yesteryear such as Weird Tales, Astounding Stories, Thrilling Mystery, etc., and at age 93 is still writing as well as teaching. The dozen stories included in this fourth vol...


  • A declaration of independence In McAdam City, Kentucky, people are fed up with big government interfering in their lives, telling them what they can't do, sticking its nose into their private business, trying to keep them from protecting their leg...


  • The future looks bleak when Project Starseed sends their final one-way ship from Earth to a dark world in the shadow of a dying star, but exploration teams on the long-dead planet awaken a mysterious entity that could mean salvation for the desperate...


  • FIRST EQUINOX PRINTING. Jan. 1976 Avon trade paperback, Jack Williamson (Darker Than You Think). Clay Forester is a scientist working in a weapons laboratory on a distant planet, when a vast army of robotic "humanoids" land and, as they have done on ...


  • As the devils of the Demon Moon threaten to invade Wolver Riding, and a ravishing temptress seeks his doom, Zorn must solve the mysteries of his homeland, which his family has defended from various beasts for generations. Reprint....


  • Who is the child of the night? That's what small-town reported Will Barbee must find out. Inexorably drawn into investigating a rash of grisly deaths, he soon finds himself embroiled in something far beyond mortal understanding.Doggedly pursuing his ...








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  • IN THE BEGINNING... Egan Drake was a wealthy but unhappy visionary who died early and left behind only a powerful dream. He proposed to spread Mankind among the stars. Then there was Megan Drake. She took her brother's vision and made it real. ...


  • One of the best things science fiction can offer is a fresh analysis of what it means to be human. This book delivers on that analysis—in spades. Ordinarily, a review shouldn't provide a synopsis, but since one is not provided by Amazon.com, I'll p...


  • THE HUMANOIDS are mankind's most perfect machines. Built to serve, they have swiftly become masters, overrunning a thousand worlds. But a remnant of humanity has fled to the galactic outpost of Kai. Over the centuries, memory of the humanoids has fad...


  • 1st paperback edition, reprint of book club hard cover original. Omnibus edition of three novels and a novella originally published separately in magazines and book form: The Legion of Space (originally published in Astounding Stories, April-Septembe...


  • 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 ...


  • The Legion of Space is a science-fiction novel by the American writer Jack Williamson. It was first published in book form by Fantasy Press in 1947 in an edition of 2,970 copies. The novel was revised from a version that was originally serialized in ...


  • To win the right to a name, he fought - without weapons - the dreaded beast. Only to be cheated of his prize. Branded a criminal he sought refuge with a mysterious clan of intergalactic revolutionaries - and found his heritage at last. As Blacklan...



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  • Into the world of facts and figures, scientists and soldiers, came Eon Hunter. Eon the misfit, with his stubborn refusal to accept the world as it was; Eon the enigmatic, who always returned to involve himself in Guilborn's life. They loved the same ...


  • When Clovis McLaurin received an urgent letter from his father, Dr. Ford McLaurin, he rushed in the dead of winter to his father's ranch. Clovis arrives to find the local townspeople are being attacked and killed by a pack of wolves. As he journey's ...


  • Dan McNally's tranquil night aboard his schooner in the tropic is suddenly torn asunder when he receives an SOS from a nearby island. Soon after a ray of green light darts out from the island and destroys his ship. After swimming ashore and fighting ...


  • From the early days of Pulp Science Fiction comes this tale from an SF Grand Master. George Cleland, while returning home on a small passenger plane with three other passengers, flew into a purple cloud that suddenly appeared out of nowhere. Passing ...






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    A replica of the digest FAMOUS SCIENCE FICTION #5 from Winter 1967/68. Its fiction content features The Pygmy Planet by Jack Williamson, The City of Sleep by Laurence Manning, Plane People by Wllace West, Destroyers by Greg D. Bear, and Echo by Willi...


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    Space Vengeance "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 tradema...


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