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Brood of the Dark Moon
Science Fiction
Charles Willard Diffin Once more Chet, Walt and Diane are united in a wild ride to the Dark Moon--but this time they go as prisoners of their deadly enemy Schwartzmann.
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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332 KB 59 - -
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Master of Life and Death
Science Fiction
Robert Silverberg By the 23rd century Earth's population had reached seven billion.Mankind was in danger of perishing for lack of elbow room, unless prompt measures were taken. Roy Walton had the power to enforce those measures. But though his job was in the service of humanity, he soon found himself the most hated man in the world.For it was his job to tell parents their children were unfit to live; he had to uproot people from their homes and send them to remote areas of the world.
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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267 KB 114 - -
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The World With a Thousand Moons
Science Fiction
Edmond Hamilton Grim death was the only romance to be found on this world that boasted a thousand moons
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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99 KB 99 - -
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Stolen Brains
Science Fiction
Captain S.P. Meek Dr. Bird, scientific sleuth extraordinary, goes after a sinister stealer of brains.
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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59 KB 46 - -
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The House on the Borderland
Science Fiction
William Hope Hodgson A manuscript is found: filled with small, precise writing and smelling of pit-water, it tells the story of an old recluse and his strange home - and its even stranger, jade-green double, seen by the recluse on an otherworldly plain where gigantic gods and monsters roam.
Tags: Science Fiction, Monsters, Fantasy, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 13
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263 KB 242 - -
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Flatland: a Romance of Many Dimensions
Science Fiction
Edwin A. Abbott A. Square, a mathematician and resident of the two-dimensional Flatland, where women-thin, straight lines-are the lowliest of shapes, and where men may have any number of sides, depending on their social status. Square has adventures in Spaceland (three dimensions), Lineland (one dimension) and Pointland (no dimensions) and ultimately entertains thoughts of visiting a land of four dimensions, a revolutionary idea for which he is returned to his two-dimensional world.
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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173 KB 46 - -
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The Bluff of the Hawk
Science Fiction
Anthony Gilmore "A trick? Carse was famed for them. A trap? But how?"
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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74 KB 69 - -
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Problem on Balak
Science Fiction
Roger D. Aycock Sometimes you can solve your problem by running out on it!
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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27 KB 39 - -
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Raiders Invisible
Science Fiction
Desmond Winter Hall Alone and unaided, Pilot Travers copes with the invisible foes who have struck down America's great engine of war.
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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72 KB 39 - -
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Eastern Standard Tribe
Science Fiction
Cory Doctorow Art Berry lives in a world just slightly askew from the rest of us. In our increasingly wireless world of instant and constant communication, he gives his loyalty not to a state or a company or family and friends he sees regularly, but to the Eastern Standard Tribe-a largely faceless collection of people whose home time zone is the Eastern Standard Zone, who are locked in cutthroat competition with other tribes aligned with other time zones...
Tags: Science Fiction, Novel-Classic
Age Rating: Older than 7
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295 KB 79 - -