Science Fiction: Complete with Everything: Aliens, Giant Ants, Space Cadets, Robots, and One Plucky Girl (No-Frills Book)Paperback
Lynn AbbeyDaughter of the Bright Moon (Rifkind, No. 1)The Saga of RifkindPaperback
Lynn AbbeyThe Black FlameThe Saga of RifkindPaperback
Edwin A. AbbottFlatland: A Romance of Many DimensionsIntroduction by A. K. DewdneyMass Market Paperback
Douglas AdamsThe Restaurant at the End of the Universe (Hitchhikers' Trilogy #2)Hitchhikers' TrilogyWarning! This second volume in the "Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy" series is definitely not a standalone book. Enjoying, or even understanding, the continuing adventures of Earthling Arthur Dent, his strange pal Ford Prefect, and the very, very odd Zaphod Beeblebrox requires previous study and preparation. Confusion and possible insanity awaits the poor soul who tries to figure out the second title without having read the first. Arthur and Ford, having survived the destruction of Earth by surreptitiously hitching a ride on a Vogon constructor ship, have been kicked off that ship by its commander. Now they find themselves aboard a stolen Improbability Drive ship commanded by Beeblebrox, ex-president of the Imperial Galactic Government and full-time thief. Narrated by Adams, this production is a treat for fans of the late author and others who enjoy British comedy. Be sure to buy all five parts of the "Hitchhiker" series or your patrons will storm your office. One caveat: this audiobook will need to be repackaged for library circulation. Barbara Rhodes, Northeast Texas Lib. Syst., Garland Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Hardcover
Douglas AdamsMostly Harmless (Hitchhikers' Trilogy #5)Hitchhikers' TrilogyFord Prefect, of the planet Betelgeuse, and Earthman Arthur Dent began their whimsical odyssey in The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. In Adams' latest book, Ford relies on serendipity and his own quick wits to protect a powerful new edition of the Hitchhiker's Guide from the loathsome, sluglike Vogons. Ford's pal, Arthur, misses his planet and his old flame, Tricia McMillan. The rootless traveler from Earth finds his metier, however, on Lamuella, a world whose people subsist on Perfectly Normal Beast. Adams sets a rapid pace that becomes even more hectic when Arthur is unexpectedly joined by Tricia; her peevish teenage daughter; Ford Prefect; and the travel guide to the stars. The book once looked like a hand-held computer; now it takes the shape of a mechanical talking bird. Using new techniques, this floating device can whisk users through space and time. Thus the scene shifts back to Earth, where the past, present and future braid together. Adams may depend too much on the cliffhanger form. But his ingenious wit still captivates, and his characters frolic through the galaxy with infectious joy. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.Hardcover
Douglas AdamsLife, the Universe and Everything (Hitchhiker's Trilogy #3)Hitchhikers' Trilogy“Wild satire . . . the feckless protagonist, Arthur Dent, is reminiscent of Vonnegut heroes.”—Chicago Tribune “Adams is one of those rare treasures: an author who, one senses, has as much fun writing as one has reading.”—Arizona Daily Star From the Trade Paperback edition. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.Hardcover
Douglas AdamsThe Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (Hitchhikers' Trilogy #1)Hitchhikers' TrilogyJoin Douglas Adams's hapless hero Arthur Dent as he travels the galaxy with his intrepid pal Ford Prefect, getting into horrible messes and generally wreaking hilarious havoc. Dent is grabbed from Earth moments before a cosmic construction team obliterates the planet to build a freeway. You'll never read funnier science fiction; Adams is a master of intelligent satire, barbed wit, and comedic dialogue. The Hitchhiker's Guide is rich in comedic detail and thought-provoking situations and stands up to multiple reads. Required reading for science fiction fans, this book (and its follow-ups) is also sure to please fans of Monty Python, Terry Pratchett's Discworld series, and British sitcoms. --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.Hardcover
Robert Adams (ed.), Pamela Crippen Adams (ed.), Martin H. Greenberg (ed.), Roger Zelazny, Poul Anderson, David Drake, Karl Edward Wagner, Larry Niven (ed.), Gordon R. DicksonRobert Adams' Book of SoldiersPaperback
Terry A. AdamsThe Master of Chaos (Daw Book Collectors No. 777)(sequel to) SentienceThe Lady Hanna ril-Koroth's telepathic abilities make her an ideal ambassador to the aliens of Uskos, but her mission of peace becomes a desperate flight across space when she joins company with a charismatic fugitive on the trail of an intergalactic terrorist. This sequel to Sentience continues the adventures of a resourceful heroine against a backdrop rich in alien cultures, lost worlds, and shadowy intrigues. Highly recommended.-- JC Copyright 1989 Reed Business Information, Inc.Paperback
Terry A. AdamsSentience SentienceJames Gurney - coverPaperback
Alan Burt AkersArmada of Antares (Dray Prescot No. 11)Dray PrescotPaperback
Brian Wilson AldissThe Long Afternoon of EarthHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissHelliconia Summer (Helliconia, V. 2)HelliconiaThe second volume of the trilogy spanning several generations on a planet with centuries-long seasons. During the long summer, the king of Borlien, beset by enemies who would overthrow him, struggles to divorce his queen in order to marry a young princess. Meanwhile, the forests of the planet burn. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Hardcover
Brian Wilson AldissSeasons in FlightMany SF authors devote their careers to rewriting the same bookwith great acclaim from fans. Aldiss's continued growth and experimentation have exasperated certain devotees but have exhilarated many other readers. Now, after his long, magnificent Helliconia trilogy, Aldiss offers a short book of enigmatic fables. Many of these describe a conflict or friction between two cultures, classes or towns that ends in fruitless strife or mutual consternation. The moral message of conciliation and understanding is repeatedly undercut by the sad reminder of selfish human nature. Only one entry breaks free from this limited format: "The Girl Who Sang," which is alone here in creating characters and a specific, evocative background (it is set in the world of the Helliconia novels). A minor if intriguing book from a major writer. January 22 Copyright 1985 Reed Business Information, Inc.Hardcover
Brian Wilson AldissGalaxies Like Grains of Sand'Brian Aldiss seems to have always had a more oceanic sense of time than most science fiction writers, an almost measured vision of what will transpire in the long run, a time-sense which is reflected both in his fiction and in the pace and course of his career.' Norman Spinrad These nine stories from 1960, early in Brian Aldiss's long and productive career, were originally conceived as a single entity, and form a chronicle of the next forty million years. They are arranged sequentially, beginning with the near-future and ending, with 'The Ultimate Millennia', hundreds of thousands, or even millions of years later. 'One cannot help being struck by the variety of concepts, the mastery of style, the sureness of the dialogue, the depth of characterization, the fertility of ideas, and the urbanity of the wit ... here is a major talent at work.' Science Fiction Writers --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.Paperback
Brian Wilson AldissEnemies of the system: A tale of homo uniformisHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissEarthworksSCIENCE FICTIONHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissGalactic EmpiresHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissFrankenstein UnboundHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissGreybeard'Greybeard is one of those hidden gems, a rare find that makes you kick yourself for not discovering it sooner, a masterful piece of literary science fiction and a poignant tale of human mortality.' (5/5 stars) SFBOOK 'brilliant and highly recommended' SFFWORLD.COM --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.Paperback
Brian Wilson AldissIsland Called MoreauHardcover
Brian Wilson AldissThe Eighty-Minute Hour: A Space OperaBrian Aldiss' highly inventive space opera is a mind-expanding range of songs and science that takes us, twisting and turning, through a cornucopia of intergalactic merriment and melodrama. Eccentric characters burst into full-throated song with each meandering plot. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Paperback
Brian Wilson Aldiss (ed.)Galactic Empires Volume OneHardcover
Lloyd AlexanderThe High King (Chronicles of Prydain)"Greater, more disastrous, and demanding more courage are the battles into which Taran leads his followers against Arawn Death-Lord.... The book has the philosophical depth and overtones of great fantasy." --The Horn BookPaperback

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