Book List:95 titles
  • Philip José Farmer had a life-long love affair with the pulps he read in his youth. They influenced nearly everything he wrote, but in the 1970s he paid special tribute to them with several stories. Greatheart Silver and Other Pulp Heroescollects t...


  • One of the most famous heroes in literature is back! Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, returns with a vengeance in this action-packed adventure by Philip José Farmer, Hugo Award winner, Nebula Grand Master, and author of the incredible Riverworld saga.Tarza...



  • This first standalone edition of Philip José Farmer and Christopher Paul Carey's critically acclaimed novel, The Song of Kwasin—the third volume of the Khokarsa series—contains a host of rare and previously unpublished bonus materials, including...


  • Dayworld was born from the overpopulation and chaos of the late 21st century: live just one day out of seven, spend the rest in a suspended animation called stoning, and humanity will only need one-seventh of the resources it was consuming on its dyi...


  • When a mild-mannered college professor declares himself a god and takes over an Illinois town, declaring it his own Garden of Eden, what can be done? Especially when bullets and bombs refuse to explode and every man sent in to end the crisis doesn't ...


  • ABOUT THIS BOOK...A collection of Wold Newton-inspired short stories by Farmerphiles, experts, and the Grand Master of SF himself.A real meteorite fell near Wold Newton, Yorkshire, England, on December 13, 1795, and was found to be radioactive, causi...


  • They were known simply as the Nine - grim and ancient rulers who thirty thousand years ago had discovered the key to eternal life and ever since had secretly held the world in thrall.Once, Doc Caliban had been their servant and had shared their secre...


  • Opar, the lost colony of Atlantis, is hidden deep in the heart of Africa, awash with incredible riches. From this ancient city comes Hadon, an impoverished but ambitious young man who sets out to win the great games of Klakor, and thus become king of...






  • """Having lived long enough with the charming fairy tale created by my biographer, I feel the time has come for the truth to be known. I propose to tell all; of the origins of The Nine, the elixir that gives us nearly eternal youth and superhuman str...


  • Holmes and Watson take to the skies in the quest of the nefarious Von Bork and his weapon of dread... A night sky aerial engagement with the deadly Fokker nearly claims three brilliant lives... And an historic alliance is formed, whereby Baker Street...



  • This first posthumous collection of the short fiction of Philip Jose Farmer is a celebration of the impressive variety of his prodigious output, from the space adventures he published in the science fiction magazines of the 1950s through the 1970s, t...


  • No man had yet survived a landing on the black planet, till Raspold dared to venture his body and his mind in the cavern of Voittamaton, where the dracocentaurs gazed at some fabulous yonder! Farmer’s variation on the Chthulu Mythos of Lovecraft. F...


  • In the tradition of the old "Ace Doubles" two-in-one books (flip one over to read the second title) -- here is the third Wildside Double . . . "Rastignac the Devil," by Philip Jose Farmer and "Despoilers of the Golden Empire," by Randall Garrett. Two...


  • Patricia Wildman, the daughter of the world-renowned adventurer and crimefighter of the 1930s and '40s, Dr. James Clarke "Doc" Wildman, is all alone in the world when she inherits the family estate in Derbyshire, England-in true Gothic tradition, old...


  • Though Earthmen first landed on the planet Dare 300 years earlier, they were still bound by the same standards of snobbery and fear... until Jack Cage, eldest son of a wealthy human, found himself strangely drawn to a spectacularly beautiful native....


  • The Other in the Mirror brings together three classic novels by Philip José Farmer: Fire and the Night, Jesus on Mars, and Night of Light. All three are united by one of SF s central tropes, that of The Other.Fire and the Night is a mainstream novel...


  • Venus on the Half-Shell and Others collects for the first time the best of the best from Philip José Farmer's scintillating "fictional-author period."In the mid-1970s a fever-pitched furor was created when an actual novel purported to be by Kilgore ...


  • Limited to 250 signed numbered copies, in slipcase. Up from the Bottomless Pit is the ultimate collection for Philip Jose Farmer fans, including 140,000 words (roughly 400 pages) of very obscure, never-before-collected short stories, a novel beginnin...


  • Through the tales of Edgar Rice Burroughs, generations of readers have thrilled to the adventures of Lord Greystoke (aka John Clayton, but better known as Tarzan of the Apes). In this biography Philip José Farmer pieces together the life of this fan...



  • At last--after decades--one of the most famous heroes in literature is back! Tarzan, Lord of the Apes, returns with a vengeance in this brand-new, action-packed adventure by Philip José Farmer, Hugo Award-winning author of the incredible Riverworld ...



  • This one is for fans of Quentin Tarantino and of the ever-present gratuitous violence of Robert Altman. It is a direct descendant of Mickey Spillane's Mike Hammer and the mystery action pulps epitomized by Black Mask. Philip José Farmer, now one of ...


  • The Tiers series chronicles the adventures of both Robert Wolff, a man from our world transported through space-time to a cosmos with dimensions and laws different from our own, and Kickaha the Trickster (a.k.a. Paul J. Finnegan, also from our contem...




  • Robert Wolff, 66, had opened the door -- to discover not a closet, but another world. It was an Eden populated by strange and lovely creatures, and after living there a few days, Wolff actually grew young again. He saw no reason to return to Earth; t...






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    Philip José Farmer applies his unique brand of sci-fi to create a thrilling post-apocalyptic America!Space Commander Stagg explored the galaxies for 800 years. Upon his return, the hero Stagg is made the centerpiece of an incredible public ritual, o...


  • Kickaha, a freedom-seeking wanderer from the planet Earth, meets his arch enemy, the most powerful of the decadent interstellar lords, Lord Red Orc, in a final battle that will determine the fate of the universes...


  • By the banks of a ten-million-mile river, everyone who has ever died enjoys a new life, in a collection of science fiction stories--by Harry Turtledove, George Alec Essinger, and Philip Jose+a7 Farmer, among others. Original....


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  • In this compilation of short stories, history meets the future as everyone who has ever lived awakens in Riverworld. Authors featured in the collection include Phillip C. Jennings, Harry Turtledove and Ed. Gorman....


  • A collection of short science fiction takes readers on a voyage through time with St. Francis, into a brutal future city where sterilization is the only cure to poverty, and to a struggle between alien beings and the IRS. Original....






  • About a hundred years ago, a group of mutant supermen began playing a major role in our affairs. It is no accident that Tarzan, Sherlock Holmes, Captain Nemo, and Doc Savage were (are?) contemporaries. Nor was it accidental that their biographers tit...


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    Simon Wagstaff narrowly escapes the Deluge that destroys Earth when he happens upon an abandoned spaceship. A man without a planet, he gains immortality from an elixir drunk during an interlude with a cat-like alien queen. Now Simon must chart a 3,00...


  • A daybreaker rebels on an overpopulated planet in this dystopian adventure by the author of the World of Tiers series. Jeff Caird was once a daybreaker: a criminal who avoided government-required suspended animation by living seven different iden...





  • Resurrected on the lush, mysterious banks of Riverworld, along with the rest of humanity, Samuel Langhorne Clemens (a.k.a. Mark Twain) has a dream: to build a riverboat that will rival the most magnificent paddle-wheelers ever navigated on the mighty...


  • The answers behind the enigmatic origins of Riverworld lie at last within reach, as the remarkable gathering of Earthlings--including Sir Richard Francis Burton, Samuel Clemens, Alice Liddell Hargreaves (the real-life Alice in Wonderland), Cyrano de ...



  • WWII bomber pilot Roger Two Hawks, an Iroquois Indian, is shot down over enemy territory. Hilt when he parachutes down to earth, he lands in no entry he's ever heard of before. The locals don't look or speak like Romanians, but instead more closely r...






  • Award-winning author Philip José Farmer’s 1960s Science Fiction porn epic. Comprising The Image Of The Beast – An Exorcism, Ritual One, and Blown – An Exorcism, Ritual Two. This mind-blowing classic conjures a universe of unrelenting sexual de...


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    Ballantine, 1972. First edition of this title, wherein Farmer revisits the Tarzan theme, this time with time travel. Later revised and expanded - the new edition was published by Ballantine Del Rey in 1977....


  • Every bit as appealing as the Riverworld saga, this brilliant high-concept dystopian novel features an overpopulated Earth under strict government control ( Booklist ) . Only by being watched may you become free. It's 3414 AD, the rise of th...


  • All they knew was that one of the dreamed Bellers had escaped to Earth, and so Kickaha and Jadawin's beautiful sister, Anana, had joined forces to track the evil one down. Their mission was far more dangerous than either of them expected, however. Fo...


  • Whether it is in the inventiveness of his science fiction or the charades of his literary revisionism, Philip José Farmer's work has always been characterized by humor, psychological playfulness and sexuality. Winner of the highest accolades in scie...


  • Kickaha had made a life for himself on each of the tiers -- an existence which did occasionally cause him problems. He managed to cope with most of them without losing his innate good spirits, but the "Black Bellers" were a different story. They were...


  • It was a game the Lords played. Jadawin knew that his father had stolen Chryseis, the woman he loved. The only way to rescue her was to find the gateway into his father's universe and bring her back. But the portal was difficult to locate, and even i...





  • Thirty-five billion people from throughout Earth's history were resurrected along the great and winding waterways of Riverworld. Most began life anew--accepting without question the sustenance provided by their mysterious benefactors. But a rebelliou...


  • Berkley Books paperback, 1983. Farmer's first novel, published in 1957. This one is a pulp adventure story about Alan Green, an astronaut from Earth who is struggling to survive on a primitive, alien world. A fun, exciting tale....


  • It is capable of alaraf drive: instantaneous travel between two points of space. Three of these special ships were built to explore and make contact with the many sentient races inhabiting the universe. Suddenly, one of the ships mysteriously disappe...





  • Flight to Opar is a fantasy novel by Philip José Farmer, first published in paperback by DAW Books in June 1976, and reprinted twice through 1983. The first British edition was published by Magnum in 1977.[1] The novel is a sequel to Farmer's earlie...



  • Urthona's private world was a place of sudden land shifts...of mountains that sank into valleys, and plains that rose into peaks. Kickaha was trapped there with Anana and three other reluctant companions -- and they were in desperate straits. Because...


  • Paperback, one of three printings. Collection of Farmer's "Father Carmody" stories, including: The Night of Light (1957); A Few Miles (1960); Prometheus (1963); Father (1955); Attitudes (1953). Introduction by Roger Zelazny....


  • Twelve thousand years ago the great lost city of Opar was in its prime, with its Atlantean tradition, its fabled jewels, its living goddess and Hadon, son of ancient Opar, whose claim to a throne launches him upon an enthralling and dangerous venture...




  • Post-holocaust Paris is a pretty seedy stand-in for the original, but hat can you expect when te government's main function is Orgasm Prevention, and when the national heor is wandering around in Nowhen... But things are changing! Rumor has it that t...


  • NOW PHILIP JOSE FRAMERHAS TRANSLATED AND RETOLD ROSNY'S NOVEL OF HARETON IRONCASTLE'S ADVENTURE INTO THAT HIDDEN AND TRANSFORMED VALLEY WHERE HE FOUND MONSTERS AND PRE-HUMANS NOT TO BE SEEN ANYWHERE ELSE. IRONCASTL'S EXPEDITION OF DARING ADVENTUE I...




  • Riverworld. To millions of readers it is as familiar as Earth -- this awesome planet where all humanity that ever lived, all 36 billion of us, from Tom Mix to Joan of Arc, are simultaneously reincarnated along the banks of a million-mile-river... Th...


  • Fifteen billion years from now, Earth is a dying planet its skies darkened by the ashes of burned-out galaxies, its molten core long cooled. But young Deyv of the Turtle Tribe knew nothing of his world's history or its fate. He lived only to track...


  • As billions of people around the globe sit glued to their television sets in the year 2015, Richard Orme, captain of the first expedition to land on Mars, takes another giant step for mankind. His first words, as he steps of the landing craft onto th...


  • Escaping the religious tyranny of a 31st-century Earth by a fluke assignment to the planet Ozagen, linguist Hal Yarrow found that the worst of Earth had followed him - Pornsen, his personal Guardian Angel, vigilant for any evidence of sin or wrong th...


  • Ishmael, lone survivor of the doomed whaling ship Pequod, falls through a rift in time and space to a future earthan earth of blood-sucking vegetation and a blood-red sun, of barren canyons where once the pacific ocean roared. Here too there are whal...


  • Avon Equinox, 1974. Trade paperback. A very attractive edition of this 1960 collection of thematically linked tales: Mother (1953); Daughter (1954); Father (1955); Son (1954); My Sister's Brother (1960)....


  • Milton Firebrass, once Mark Twain's enemy and now his greatest ally, plans to build a giant airship that can fly to the North Pole of Riverworld.  Once there, he hopes to learn the secret of the mysterious tower that dominates the landscape and find...


  • Anthology. Contributor Olaf Baker (Shasta of the Wolves); George Bruce (Scream of the Condor); Edgar Rice Burroughs (God of Tarzan); William L. Chester (One Against a Wilderness (Part 1)); Philip Jose Farmer (Extracts from the Memoirs of Lord Greystr...


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  • The Aspen Press, 1974. Hardcover with dustjacket, stated first edition. Philip Jose Farmer, writes as Dr. John H. Watson, about the meeting of Sherlock Holmes and Tarzan. This was one of several works Farmer wrote that involved Tarzan....


  • DAW Books, collector's No. 63, paperback original, 1973. Foreword by Farmer and these works: My Sister's Brother (1960); Skinburn (1972); The Alley Man (1959); Father's in the Basement (1972); Toward the Beloved City (1972); Polytropical Paramyths (e...


  • Signet / New American Library, 1972. One of several printings. The story: Ras Tyger has lived in the jungle for as long as he can remember. Raised by apes, he lives an idyllic existence as the lord of the jungle, gleefully hunting prey and feeding hi...


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    All those who ever lived on Earth have found themselves resurrected -- healthy, young, and naked as newborns -- on the grassy banks of a mighty river, in a world unknown. Miraculously provided with food, but with no clues to the meaning of their stra...




  • Two stories from Science Fiction Grand Master, Philip José Farmer.Heel — There's a great movie being made thousands of years in our past. The Director is Zeus and the screenplay writer is Apollo. Their actors are Achilles and the cast of the Troja...


  • Jones was on his way on a Luxury Liner when it was suddenly blown up. He is captured by a robotic enemy submarine. The secret high-tech sub has a robot with a definite female voice and character and "she" is a weapon of war. It drugs, prods him and e...


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    Here is high fidelity fiction at Philip Jos Farmer's storytelling best. It's a vibrant, distractingly different tale of three centuries into the future. And as you read you'll have a vague, uneasy feeling that it's all taking place somewhere in the u...


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    Hunger and sleepless nights had knobbed his cheekbones and honed his chin to a sharp point. An almost visible air clung to him, a hot aura that seemed to result from veins full of lava and eyeballs spilling out a heat that could not be held within hi...