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60 Space Sci-Fi Books - Intergalactic Wars Alien Attacks & Space Adventures: Space Viking The War of the Worlds A Voyage to Arcturus A Martian Odyssey Galactic Patrol Triplanetary Journey to Venus… - cover

60 Space Sci-Fi Books - Intergalactic Wars Alien Attacks & Space Adventures: Space Viking The War of the Worlds A Voyage to Arcturus A Martian Odyssey Galactic Patrol Triplanetary Journey to Venus…

H. G. Wells, Percy Greg, Mark Twain, David Lindsay, Edward Everett Hale, H. Beam Piper, Philip K. Dick, E. E. Smith, Murray Leinster, Fritz Leiber, Richard Stockham, Irving E. Cox, Frederik Pohl, Edwin Lester Arnold, John Jacob Astor, Gustavus W. Pope

Translator Eleanor E. King, Lewis Page Mercier, Ellen E. Frewer

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique SF collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices.
Contents:
Jules Verne:
From the Earth to the Moon
Around the Moon
Off on a Comet
H. G. Wells:
The War of the Worlds
Percy Greg:
Across the Zodiac
Gustavus W. Pope:
Journey to Mars
Journey to Venus
David Lindsay:
A Voyage to Arcturus
Edward Everett Hale:
The Brick Moon
Stanley G. Weinbaum:
A Martian Odyssey
Valley of Dreams
H. Beam Piper:
The Terro-Human Future History Series:
Uller Uprising
Four-Day Planet
The Cosmic Computer
Space Viking
The Return
Omnilingual
The Edge of the Knife
The Keeper
Graveyard of Dreams
Ministry of Disturbance
Oomphel in the Sky
A Slave is a Slave
Naudsonce
Little Fuzzy
Philip K. Dick:
Second Variety
The Variable Man
Adjustment Team
The Hanging Stranger
The Eyes Have It
The Skull
Mr. Spaceship
E. E. "Doc" Smith:
Triplanetary
First Lensman
Galactic Patrol
Second Stage Lensmen
The Vortex Blaster or, Masters of the Vortex
The Skylark of Space
Skylark Three
Spacehounds of IPC
The Galaxy Primes
Subspace Survivors
Imperial Stars
Masters of Space
Murray Leinster:
Murder Madness
The Wailing Asteroid
The Forgotten Planet
Creatures of the Abyss
Operation Terror
The Pirates of Ersatz
The Fifth-Dimension Catapult
The Fifth-Dimension Tube (Sequel)
Fritz Leiber:
The Big Time
The Creature from Cleveland Depths
The Night of the Long Knives
A Hitch in Space
A Pail of Air
The Moon is Green
Richard Stockham:
Perchance to Dream
Irving E. Cox:
The Guardians
Frederik Pohl:
Search the Sky
Edwin Lester Arnold:
Gulliver of Mars
John Jacob Astor:
A Journey to Other Worlds

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