AuthorsTitleSeriesDescriptionFormat
Michael MoorcockThe Knight of the Swords (Corum #1)The Books of CorumPaperback
Michael MoorcockThe Runestaff (Runestaff #4)History of the RunestaffPaperback
Michael MoorcockThe Bane of the Black Sword (Elric #5)Elric of Melnibone'Paperback
Michael MoorcockThe Lives and Times of Jerry Cornelius / The Entropy Tango (The Cornelius Chronicles Vol. II )The Cornelius ChroniclesPaperback
Michael MoorcockThe Sailor on the Seas of Fate (Elric #6)Elric of Melnibone'paperbackPaperback
Michael MoorcockRevenge Of The RoseMoorcock returns to his most popular sword-and-sorcery series with a vengeance as he fills in the blank spaces in the life of Elric, the albino sorcerer and doomed "Eternal Champion." Elric's quest--to rescue the soul of his long-dead father by cheating the Lords of Chaos--leads him across time and space through the many worlds of the multiverse as diverse forces oppose him at every step. Moorcock's strength as a writer lies in his bold imagery and cosmic vision as well as in his ability to depict characters that are both larger than life and genuinely appealing. Essential for aficionados of classic heroic adventure. Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.Hardcover
Michael MoorcockThe King of the Swords (Corum #3)The Books of CorumPaperback
Michael MoorcockThe Ice SchoonerPaperback
C. L. MooreDoomsday MorningHardcover
C. L. MooreJirel Of JoiryC. L. Moore created Jirel, ruler of Joiry, in reaction to the beefy total-testosterone blood-and-thunder tales of '30s pulp magazines, but Jirel is no anti-Conan. She's a good Catholic girl, stubbornly purposeful, relentless in pursuit of enemies or vengeance, hard-boiled and a little stupid, and cannot be distracted by mere physical attractiveness. Indeed, in Jirel's world, beauty = decadence = corruption. Were these stories written today, inevitably Jirel would have a lot of hot sex, but as they were first published in Weird Tales between 1934-1939, sexual attraction is mostly only vividly implied. No loss. Jirel's journeys through unnatural landscapes and her battles with supernatural opponents are still wonderful to read, and though newcomers Red Sonja and Xena are more famous now, Jirel rules as the archetypal, indomitable redheaded swordswoman in chain mail and greaves, swinging her "great two-edged sword."Paperback
Bill Moran (ed.), David Sklar, Kylie Bullivant, Mark Onspaugh, Brenta Blevins, Amanda C. Davis, Peter S. Beagle, M. Z. Hoosen, Amy Treadwell, Tinatsu Wallace, Cate Gardner, Matthew Johnson, Ron Sering, Eugie Foster, D. K. Thompson, Aaron Poison, Marshall Payne, Jamie Lee Moyer, Erin Hoffman, Cat RamboTriangulation: End of the RainbowTriangulationTrade Paperback
Chris MoriartySpin Control(sequel to) Spin StateSet in the same universe as Moriarty's SF debut, Spin State (2003), [her] richly textured second novel explores issues of identity and loyalty, swapping quantum mechanics for complexity theory and mystery for suspense. Arkady, an entomologist assigned to a terraforming project with his fellow clone, Arkasha, comes into possession of two pieces of information: one very valuable, the other very damaging. The pair also fall in love. Then Arkasha is kidnapped, and Arkady must travel to Earth and sell his knowledge to the highest bidder to rescue her. Through Arkady's bewildered eyes, the reader discovers a future world where America is a rogue nation and the most precious commodities are water and the ability to bear children. Moriarty, whose style has smoothed out considerably, handles such characters from Spin State as Catherine Li, a military veteran with a fragmented memory, and Cohen, an AI collective inhabiting a human body, with more finesse. Where Spin State was nominated for awards, this sequel may win them. (July) Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.Paperback
Chris MoriartySpin StateIn her debut novel, the terrific thriller Spin State, Chris Moriarty melds cutting-edge science with post-cyberpunk fiction and neo-noir suspense to create a complex, believable future inhabited by one of the most intriguing characters in modern science fiction. Major Catherine Li is a veteran United Nations Peacekeeper in a future of world-nations. Humanity has spread across interstellar space by "jumping": teleportation enabled by quantum physics and a bizarre crystal found only on Compson's World. The jumps destroy memory, so jumpers back up their memories on computer. Despite this precaution, frequent jumpers still lose some memories, a fact that poses a far greater problem for Catherine Li than it does for other Peacekeepers. For Li has a dangerous, potentially deadly secret: she's an illegal clone. When a UN mission goes awry, Li finds herself shipped on solo duty to Compson's World--her home world, to which she'd vowed never to return. Her mission initially seems simple: to determine if the death of brilliant physicist Hannah Sharifi was a crystal-mining accident or cold-blooded murder. Like Li, Sharifi is a clone--in fact, she's Li's genetic twin. Li swiftly finds herself enmeshed in the intertangled politics of the UN, the multiplanetary corporations, the miners, and the human-created Artificial Intelligences, who have enigmatic agendas of their own. --Cynthia WardTrade Paperback
John MorressyA Law for the Stars (Laser #21)Cover by Kelly Freas.Paperback
Janet MorrisDream Dancer (Kerrion #1)Saga of the Kerrion EmpirePaperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisThe StalkIn the conclusion to the "Threshold" trilogy, test pilot Joe South meets with the Unity--a wiser, older coalition of life forms--and learns of their plans to pit human political factions against one another. Original.Paperback
Janet MorrisEarth Dreams (Kerrion #3)Saga of the Kerrion EmpirePaperback
Janet Morris, David DrakeTargetPaperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisMEDUSAPaperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisThe 40-Minute War"After Washington DC is vaporized by a nuclear surface blast, Mar Beck, wonder boy of the American foreign service, prevails on Ashmead, covert action chief, to help him fly two batches of anticancer serum from Israel to the Houston White House. From the moment they establish their gritty relationship, life is filled with treachery and terror for Beck (who) must deal with one cliffhanger after another during the desperate days that follow. This novel shocks us with a sudden, satisfying ending." --- Publishers WeeklyPaperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisThresholdThreshold is a space habitat between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter with a population of a quarter million. Run by a latter-day United Nations, one of its duties is to keep humans off of Earth, now a preserve. Thousands of Muslim pilgrims from other systems are not pleased at being kept from Mecca. Their leader's daughter decides to experience Threshold's decadent (to her) society with the heir to a powerful exploration corporation, who is also smuggling illegal life forms into the habitat, thus threatening the stability of a conference on the rights of nonhuman races and ALIs--Artificial Living Individuals which the Muslims treat as they do their women: like property. Captain Joseph South, on a test flight through interstellar spongespace, is translated 500 years into our future to arrive at Threshold just as all this is occurring. He has strange memories of a fly-by of system X-3, which match up with visions from an artifact brought to Threshold by a prospector. The authors ( Outpassage ) tie up the other plots nicely, but leave aliens on X-3 to lead in to the next books in their trilogy. Copyright 1990 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Paperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisTrust TerritoryThe second volume of the projected military space adventure trilogy begun with Threshold is fast-paced but otherwise inept. Joe South, a 21st-century test pilot, has been transported into the future during an experimental excursion into "spongespace," a sort of hyperspace. Rescued by the people of the 25th century (a la Buck Rogers), South is put to work on the huge space station Threshold with the hope that his unique perspective will help decipher the mysteries of the Ball, an alien artifact. Just as it seems that no one will solve the puzzle, three alien ships suddenly appear near the Ball, conveying an embassy from a vast confederation of alien races. Should they be welcomed? The issues are left hanging, presumably for the next installment. However, the plot elements and characters seem cut from older cloth, while the writing is pervaded by a superficial militarese (a wealth of clumsy acronyms; short, choppy sentences)--accordingly, many readers may disembark here. Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.Paperback
Janet Morris, Chris MorrisOutpassageSargeant "Det" Cox has just spent three years under psych observation on Earth; now that he's out-system, he isn't about to tell anyone he's seeing aliens again. Paige Barnett has lost everything, even her name, because she knows too much about the rebellion spreading throughout the Earth-Space mining colonies. Together Cox and Barnett stumble upon the mystery at the revolution's heart and learn why the rebels are willing to die for it. Is their discovery mankind's worst threat or greatest gift? The authorities are willing to destroy whole planets to keep the revolution's secret from reaching Earth ... What's to stop them from destroying two people?Paperback
Janet E. MorrisCruiser Dreams (Kerrion #2)Saga of the Kerrion EmpirePaperback
Janet E. MorrisDream DancerHardcover

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