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3001, The Final Odyssey
 -by Arthur C. Clarke
Now approaching the millennium, the light of Lucifer is extinguished and for the second time in four million ye... Read More

   
A Maze of Death
 -by Philip K. Dick

Fourteen strangers came to Delmak-O. Thirteen of them were transferred by the usual authorities. One got there by praying. But ... Read More

   
A Scanner Darkly
 -by Philip K. Dick

Substance D -- otherwise known as Death -- is the most dangerous drug ever to find its way on to the black market. It destroys ... Read More

   
Chapter House Dune
 -by Frank Herbert

Now--the conclusion to Frank Herbert's l3-million-copy epic masterpiece. The desert planet Arrakis, called Dune, has been destr... Read More

   
Childhood's End
 -by Arthur C. Clarke

 

The author questions the survival of mankind in this science fiction tale about Overlords from o... Read More

   
Contact
 -by Carl Sagan

It is December 1999, the dawn of the millennium, and a team of international scientists is poised for the most fantastic advent... Read More

   
Doctor Who and the Sunmakers
 -by Terrance Dicks


Everyone knows that Pluto is a barren, airless rock. So naturally the doctor is surprised when he discovers artificial ... Read More

   
Dr. Bloodmoney
 -by Philip K. Dick

Seven years after the day of the bombs, Point Reyes was luckier than most places. Its people were reasonably normal -- except f... Read More

   
Fleet of the Damned
 -by Allan Cole

Sten's luck seems to have deserted him. Having been assigned a tacdivision in the Fringe Worlds, he soon discovers that the Imp... Read More

   
Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said
 -by Philip K. Dick

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