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There are 40 books in this catalogue.
James Kahn, George Lucus:  Return of the Jedi
Book Number: 962
Futura 1983 pb. 8 pages of colour photographs from the film. Previous owners name on fep.
Keywords: science fiction, star wars
Price: $10.00

John Russell Fearn:  The Golden Amazon's Triumph
Book Number: 2225
The Worlds Work 1953 in this edition fair condition, clean pages, bright d/w, with small shelf wear and price-clipped.
Keywords: science fiction series
Price: $8.00

Vercors - Bruller, Jean (Translated by Rita Barisse)::  Borderline
Book Number: 21043
London; Macmillan; 1954; 1st edition 8vo. hardcover. 231pp. very good+, minor foxing to endpapers. small bookseller sticker inside front cover. / very good d/w, chipped at corners, one 2.5cm tear.
Keywords: science fiction apes half man monkey first edition
Price: $15.00

Carter, Chris:  The X-Files Postcard Book: The Conspiracies
Book Number: 24710
Morrow,William & Co September 1996 8vo. softcover. 60pp. very good.
Keywords: Conspiracy Theories The X-Files Postcard Book The Conspiracies Carter Chris
Price: $9.00

Rogers, Ivor and Deborah:  J.R.R. Tolkien, a Critical Biography
Book Number: 25808
Hippocrene New York 1980 Paperback Trade size. Very Good+. 164pp. Index. White spine with rogers at top.''
Keywords: J.R.R. Tolkien, a Critical Biography
Price: $8.00

Holt, Michael:  Doctor Who Book of Space
Book Number: 26229
Severn House Publishers 1985 8vo hardcover, laminated boards 95pp, b/w illus. very good, review copy publisher pastedown on fep, owner's stamp on fep.
Keywords: Science Fiction Fantasy Doctor Who Book of Space Holt Michael
Price: $21.00

Irvine, Mat:  Dr Who Special Effects: Special Effects
Book Number: 27736
Beaver Books 1986 4to softcover 96pp index, colour illus. very good, owner's inscription on fep.
Keywords: Dr Who Special Effects Special Effects Irvine Mat
Price: $12.00

Kuttner, Henry:  Mutant
Book Number: 30457
London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson 1954 8vo. hardcover. 224pp. very good. / very good d/w with sunned spine.
Keywords: science fiction novel
Price: $15.00

Greeley, Andrew M. & Cassutt, Michael (Editors):  Sacred Visions
Book Number: 30818
Tor, 1991. First edition 8vo. hardcover. 363pp. near fine. / near fine d/w.
Keywords: science fiction religion catholic church
Price: $12.00

Clarke, Arthur C.:  Arthur C. Clarke: 2001/A Space Odyssey, the City and the Stars, the Deep Range, a Fall of Moondust, Rendevous With Rama
Book Number: 34957
Heinemann, Octopus 1985 8vo hardcover 747pp. very good, page edges browned. / very good d/w with small tear top corner.
Keywords: Science Fiction Fantasy Authors A Z ( C ) Clarke Arthur C Arthur C Clarke 2001/A Space Odyssey the City and the Stars the Deep Range a Fall of Moondust Rendevous With Rama Clarke Arthur C
Price: $18.00

O'Grady, Timothy:  Motherland
Book Number: 35542
London, Chatto & WIndus 1989 8vo hardcover 230pp. very good / very good d/w. From Publishers Weekly: Irish eccentrics populate this tale told by a grotesque, melancholy man whose search for his missing mother mirrors Ireland's own divided and paradoxical past. "Sometimes mystical, frequently ironic, O'Grady's narrator speaks with a rare eloquence that gives this odyssey a grandeur seldom encountered in contemporary fiction," said PW. nCopyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc
Keywords: Science Fiction Fantasy Fiction Motherland O'Grady Timothy
Price: $18.00

Williams, A. Susan:  The Penguin Book of Modern Fantasy by Women
Book Number: 36807
London Viking 1995 8vo hardcover 560pp index, b/w illus. very good / very good d/w.
Keywords: Literature Fiction Penguin Book Modern Fantasy Women Williams A Susan
Price: $25.00

Garth, Will:  Dr. Cyclops - Time-Lost Series Centaur Books
Book Number: 40467
1976 8vo. Softcover. Cover rubbed, inside the copy is bright and white.155pp.
Price: $10.00

Donaldson, Stephen:  The first chronicles of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever: Lord Foul's bane ; The Illearth war ; The power that preserves
Book Number: 42425
Collins Sydney 1983 8vo. hardcover. very good, page edges slightly browned. / very good d/w.
Keywords: fantasy fiction
Price: $35.00

J. R. R.; Tolkien, Christopher Tolkien:  The Return of the Shadow: The History of the Lord of the Rings -- Part One
Book Number: 42546
Unwin Hyman 1988 8vo hardcover 497pp index, b/w illus, colour frontis . very good, liquid paper mark on fep, library stamp on title page. / very good d/w.
Keywords: epics fantasy hurin jrr tolkien lord of the rings middle earth middle earth silmarillion tolkien book bards and minstrels The Return of the Shadow The History of the Lord of the Rings Part One J R R Tolkien Christopher Tolkien
Price: $15.00

Helms, Randel:  Tolkien's World
Book Number: 43277
Thames and Hudson Ltd 1974 8vo hardcover 160pp index. very good, foxing to outer edges, owner's sinitaure on fep. / very good d/w.
Keywords: adventure novel biography philosophical novel erotic literature gothic fiction historical romance mystery fiction contemporary literature spy fiction political thriller Tolkien's World Helms Randel
Price: $12.00

Terry; Stewart, Ian; Cohen, Dr. Jack S. Pratchett:  The Science of Discworld II The Globe
Book Number: 43280
Ebury 2002 8vo hardcover 336pp index, b/w illus. very good+ / very good+ d/w. The acclaimed Science of Discworld centered around an original Pratchett story about the Wizards of Discworld. In it, they accidentally witness the creation and evolution of our universe in a plot interwoven with a Cohen & Stewart non-fiction narrative about Big Science. In The Globe, the same structure applies, only this time the themes are Human Science: History, Origins of Language, Archaeology, Anthropology, Evolutionary Psychology and, overall, the importance of Story to our culture (and of course to all Pratchett fans).
Keywords: discworld fantasy pratchett terry humor satire cats Science of Discworld
Price: $20.00

VanderMeer, Jeff:  City of Saints and Madmen
Book Number: 44652
Tor 2004 8vo softcover 496pp very good. A master of postmodern game playing. Set in the haunted city of Ambergris, with its Borges Bookstore. Includes the World Fantasy Award winning story The Transformation of Martin Lake. Also, Dradin in Love, The Hoegbotton Guide to the Early History of Ambergris, The Strange Case of X and an Appendix.
Keywords: City of Saints and Madmen VanderMeer Jeff
Price: $8.00

Reeves-Stevens, Judith:  The Making of Star Trek Deep Space Nine
Book Number: 45924
Pocket Books 1994 4to softcover 319pp index, colour & b/w illus, wear to top corner at spine. very good. An exclusive, insider's view of the making of the hit series Star Trek: Deep Space Nine is filled with anecdotes, insights into what viewers see, little-known stories, and a detailed look at every stage of production. 50,000 first printing. nnFrom the PublishernThe Making ofStar Trek: Deep Space NineŽ is an exclusive look at the incredible adventure that began long before the first scene was shot. Filled with anecdotes and insights covering all aspects of what television viewers see each week, as well as little-known stories of "Borg Tribbles," "Cardassian Bowling Alleys," and the "Funniest Joke in the Universe," this unprecedented behind-the-scenes chronicle is based on a year of research and exclusive observation of every stage of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. nnFrom the earliest concepts for the show to the rigors of full-scale production, The Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine examines the other side of the camera, and provides a detailed look at every stage of television production -- from story breaking, to writing, casting, production design, to the show's magnificent model work and state-of-the-art computerized special effects, and final editing.
Keywords: film science fiction Making Star Trek Deep Space Nine television
Price: $10.00

Pratchett, Terry:  The Dark Side of the Sun
Book Number: 46777
New English Library, London, U.K., 1978 8vo. softcover. 158pp. Good, pages browned, bookseller stamp on fep, cover slightly rubbed on edges.
Keywords: science fiction
Price: $15.00

Lefanu, Sarah:  In the Chinks of the World Machine: Feminism and Science Fiction
Book Number: 48164
Women's Press 1988 8vo softcover 231pp index, very good.
Keywords: science fiction dystopia fantastic feminism gender sff speculative fiction In the Chinks of the World Machine Feminism and Science Fiction Lefanu Sarah
Price: $8.00

Friar, Richard:  The Keepers WWIII Part 1.
Book Number: 49600
Infinite Conception Phaze LLC May 2007 8vo softcover. 643pp very good. The Keepers: Part One: WWIII is the first installment of this new and exciting science fiction trilogy by Richard Friar. WWIII is speculative futurism at it's best; relevant, all encompassing and clairvoyant. Friar details the political and historical precedent and the fantastic technological evolution (of the Animalian Project battlemachines) that defines the third world war in 2039. The story begins on an island in the South Pacific where a small population of Allied civilians take refuge to protect their children from the war. Among the island kids is Logan; seventeen and anxious to find out more about the dreaded Apex empire, led by tyrannical yet, persuasive Geiseric. When the Apex captures the inhabitants of the island, Logan confronts the reality that his parents tried to protect him from. As Logan meets fellow POW's, he discovers the bizarre, idealist nature of the third war and learns the story of Geiseric's rise to power. Logan also discovers that he possesses certain traits that may prove valuable in the event of an Allied uprising against the Apex.
Keywords: The Keepers Friar Richard
Price: $8.00

Marsh, Simon:  Octagon
Book Number: 50982
AuthorHouse March 25, 2010 8vo softcover 152pp very good. Signed by author in title page. BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR... Charlotte's wish comes true and her destiny changes forever, as she goes on a quest to release herself from an evil spell. Travelling an epic journey puts new, sometimes amusing allies at her side; but she is under constant threat by an array of demonic characters. A most evil witch searches for eight missing stone hearts for her master the Dark Lord. Death is Charlotte's constant companion; and knowing if she should reach her destination, she will be involved in a battle to end all battles; the battle at Octagon.
Keywords: Octagon Marsh Simon
Price: $8.00

Herbert, Frank:  Dosadi Experiment
Book Number: 51162
Littlehampton Book Services Ltd July 20, 1978 8vo hardcover in d/w. 336pp near fine. Beyond the God Wall Generations of a tormented human-alien people, caged on a toxic planet, conditioned by constant hunger and war-this is the Dosadi Experiment, and it has succeeded too well. For the Dosadi have bred for Vengeance as well as cunning, and they have learned how to pass through the shimmering God Wall to exact their dreadful revenge on the Universe that created them . . .
Keywords: Dosadi Experiment Herbert Frank
Price: $8.00

Marshall, S. Thomas:  Soldier of the Legion - Book 1
Book Number: 51706
Booklocker.com, Inc. October 24, 2007 8vo softcover 308pp very good. A rough truce divides the known galaxy between the System, the despotic slave empire that rules the inner systems, and the Confederation of Free Worlds, claiming the awesome infinity of the Outvac frontier. When Squad Beta of the ConFree Legion drops onto the primitive world of Andrion 2 to counter a mysterious System incursion they know the Systies are out there somewhere, armored DefCorps soldiers waiting to slice them to bloody bits in a microfrac. The young immortal trooper Thinker vows that this will never happen on his watch. It soon becomes chillingly clear that Beta is facing more than Systies. The ultimate Evil is awaiting them all, writhing in the shadows, merciless and all-powerful, and humanity itself is poised on the brink of extinction. As he travels further into the dark Thinker finds both love and death, and realizes that the Legion has always been his destiny. He is torn between his desire for the violently possessive Valkyrie and the sweet innocent Priestess. The squad is soon seeking its fate in a series of suicidal attacks on hostile planets against an enemy that has never known defeat. Beta One says they are going to change history, but Thinker doesn't care about history. He cares only about Beta and his closest comrades - and he knows that immortality will not ward off bullets.
Keywords: military science fiction combat fiction excellent war science fiction mil fic powered armor science fiction combat sf military bookie clone army close combat Soldier of the Legion Marshall S Thomas
Price: $6.00

Marshall, S. Thomas:  The Black March - Soldier of the Legion Book 2
Book Number: 51707
Booklocker.com, Inc. December 8, 2006 8vo softcover 250pp very good. Welcome to the Kitchen of the Gods, a forbidding volcanic cauldron guarded by merciless, invulnerable Omni aliens and giant, primitive exosegs. As the young Legion trooper Thinker and his comrades of Squad Beta fight their way into the Camp of the O's on Andrion 3, they fear their only mission is to die for the Legion. Their enemy has never known defeat, and the squad is helpless and terrified in the grip of the alien's awesome psypower. The battlefield is soon littered with the pitted, smoking A-suits of Thinker's closest comrades.nnThe secrets that the squad uncovers on Andrion 3 will transform galactic politics and launch Beta into a seemingly suicidal attack against Omni targets on a hostile System world in a last ditch effort to exploit newly perceived enemy vulnerabilities. As they drop onto Mongera like microbes, they know it must be victory or death. Failure could mean extinction for their species. Forced to cooperate with their sworn Systie enemies, they meet the O in a burning city and duel with it under nuclear skies. Thinker's Legion lover Priestess is right by his side, and they pledge they will live or die together. They both know that immortality is a cruel joke for a Legion trooper, and the angel of death is with them every instant. As he advances on the O, Thinker is filled with a burning resolve and vows that if he goes out it will be with a record body count.nnIn the era of total galactic warfare, can one squad really make a difference?
Keywords: military science fiction adventure lost technology adventure scifi bookie clone army close combat earth defense earth defense network excellent war science fiction The Black March Marshall S Thomas
Price: $6.00

Thomas, Marshall S.:  Slave of the Legion - Book 3 of the Soldier of the Legion Series
Book Number: 51710
Booklocker.com, Inc. January 24, 2008 8vo softcover 264pp very good. THE MISSION The Mound rises up against the skyline, an imposing, brooding presence, dark and silent. It appears to be completely deserted. A layer of brilliant white snow dusts the top of the massive circular structure, glittering in the sunlight. Vents on the roof spew faint plumes of smoke that drift off slowly in a light breeze. It was supposed to be a simple recon. Find out what it was, and report back. All Squad Beta knew was that the O's had built it - and it was where they sent their human captives. It wasn't until we fought our way there, with the Mound right on the horizon, that Beta One told us the real mission. I know we're going to die - all of us. But it's all right. We had seen the O's crucified victims, up on metal stakes, on our way to the Mound, and it was as if those poor dead people were pointing the way, raising their wasted arms, opening their filmy eyes, shrieking silent screams. My brothers and sisters, silently urging us on - to the Mound. I'm not afraid of death any more. All I want is revenge. Slave of the Legion is the third book of a six part series that follows Legion trooper Thinker's adventures in the service of the people of ConFree.
Keywords: military science fiction adventure paperback Slave of the Legion Thomas Marshall S
Price: $6.00

Yeovil, Jack:  Drachenfels - Warhammer
Book Number: 54932
Box Tree 1993 8vo. Softcover. Very good. 233pp.
Keywords: Warhammer 40000
Price: $8.00

Bauchau, Henry:  Oedipus On the Road
Book Number: 55514
United States, Arcade Publishing, 1997 8vo hardcover 240pp. very good+ / very good+ d/w. Okay, you know the drill: In Sophocles's Oedipus the King, Oedipus unwittingly kills his father, marries his mother, then stabs his eyes out years later when the truth of his actions is revealed. Years later, the blind and beggared king washes up on the outskirts of Athens, where Sophocles resumes the tale in Oedipus at Colonus. But what happened in between? Although the early Greeks never satisfactorily answered that question, Belgian writer Henry Bauchau does in his daring novel Oedipus on the Road. In Bauchau's version, Oedipus's life on the road teaches him a new humility and appreciation for the kindness of strangers. Through the love of his daughter, Antigone, and the people he meets along the road, he learns to forgive himself. By turning his back on the power he once had as king of Thebes and instead embracing the compassion he learns along his journey, Oedipus becomes noble indeed.nnOedipus on the Road is a wise and ambitious novel--not surprising, considering its author is an 84-year-old psychoanalyst. Bauchau brings many years of experience to this story of disgrace and redemption, making this latest installment in the Oedipus legend both relevant to modern times and universal to all times and places--just as his predecessor, Sophocles, did more than 2,000 years ago.nnReviewnWell knock my eyes out. Here's a novel that skillfully reworks the Greek myth of Oedipus, taking an obscure part of the tale - the hero's wandering as a blind, homeless beggar after his downfall from kingship - and giving it a new significance. Through characters and events belonging ostensibly to ancient Greece, "Oedipus on the Road" touches on up-to-date themes like multiculturalism, feminism, and psychotherapy. It is a memorable book: ambitious, highly original, often moving, and sometimes willfully irksome . . . . The story satisfies one by its daring, confident use of myth and its vision of healing. -- New York Times Book Review, Sept. 21, 1997nnWell, knock my eyes out. Here's a novel that skillfully reworks the Greek myth of Oedipus, taking an obscure part of the tale ... and giving it new significance. Through characters and events belonging ostensibly to ancient Greece, Oedipus on the Road touches on up-to-date themes like multiculturalism, feminism and psychotherapy. It is a memorable book: ambitious, highly original, often moving, sometimes willfully irksome. -- The New York Times Book Review, David Sacks
Keywords: Fantasy fiction Oedipus On the Road Bauchau Henry
Price: $12.00

Feist, Raymond E.:  At The Gates of Darkness - Demonwar Saga Book Two
Book Number: 55919
UK: Voyager, 2010 First Edition 8vo. hardcover. 322pp. near fine in same d/w.
Keywords: science fiction riftwar feist
Price: $22.00

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