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The Science Fiction Novel Super Pack No 1 - Fifteen hundred pages of fiction - cover

The Science Fiction Novel Super Pack No 1 - Fifteen hundred pages of fiction

Philip José Farmer, David Lindsay, Harry Harrison, Murray Leinster, Lester del Rey, Clifford D. Simak, Andre Norton, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Frederik Pohl, Edmond Hamilton, Alan E. Nourse

Publisher: Positronic Publishing

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The Science Fiction Novel Super Pack #1 brings you ten full novels, and more than 1,500 pages of awe inspiring fiction. These are the novelists who shaped the field. Collectively these authors have won thirteen Hugo awards and four Nebula awards, while six of them have been named Grand Masters by the Science Fiction Writers of America. Collected here are: ‘Empire’ by Clifford D. Simak; ‘Falcons of Narabedla’ by Marion Zimmer Bradley; ‘The Green Odyssey’ by Philip José Farmer; ‘The Stars, My Brothers’ by Edmond Hamilton; ‘The Time Traders’ by Andre Norton; ‘Deathworld’ by Harry Harrison; ‘Star Surgeon’ by Alan E. Nourse; ‘A Voyage to Arcturus’ by David Lindsay; ‘Preferred Risk’ by Frederik Pohl & Lester del Rey; ‘Space Tug’ by Murray Leinster.

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