• Cronos

    A feast of time travel in three novels.

    Letters from Atlantis: Time  travel has allowed Roy's consciousness to enter the mind of the heir to Atlantis' throne, and what he found disturbed him. How could such an advanced city exist at this time? As Roy's partner Lora was discovering in her travels, the rest of the world was a dark, barbaric land still thawing from the ice age. Roy knows the island's fate - according to legend it would vanish into the sea. But if Roy is in an Atlantis unlike any the researchers predicted, then what were its secrets? And when would it be destroyed?

    Project Pendulum: The nature of time mechanics dictates that two travelers' masses be precisely matched; for that reason the first time travelers must be a pair of twins. For paleontologist Sean Gabrielson, the chance to travel back to the age of the dinosaurs was worth any risk. For his physicist brother Eric, the chance to see 95 million years in the future was equally irresistible. What neither planned on was how the inhabitants of those times would react to their presence.

    The Time Hoppers: In the 25th century, the only escape from suffocation in a totally controlled environment is to 'hop' backwards in time.  However, since time-hopping rearranges the past on which the structure of current existence is based, it must be stopped - but not too quickly. For the history of the 1970s includes the arrival of hoppers who have not yet left the 2490s - and whose departure must be stopped! But if time hopping is brought to a halt, the actions of those in the past may bring the  present crashing down.

  • Earthsearch
    The crew of the Challenger had been born on their starship.  They had never set foot on a planet, yet the Earth was their spiritual home. For years they studied holograms and videos of Earth and dreamed of the time when their ship would return so they could walk under the blue skies, feel warm summer breezes on their faces and cool green grass beneath their feet.  And now the Earth had vanished from the solar system.  From clue discovered on the abandoned colonies of other planets they learnt that the people of Earth had taken their planet in search of a new sun - one that was not liable to become a super nova.  The crew decide to go in search of their lost planet - even though the trail was now half a million years cold.
  • Fortune Of Fear

    Book V of Mission Earth. The Countess Krak  has arrived on Earth and the planet, not to mention Atlantic City, will never be the same again. She is the most deadly, beautiful and most feared woman in the 110-planet Voltarian Empire. Her only equal is her lover, Royal combat engineer Jettero Heller, whose mission is to keep the Earth from destroying itself long enough to be invaded by the Empire.  Their mortal enemy is Soltan Gris, the Apparatus killer send to sabotage Heller's mission.  The presence of Heller, Gris and the Countess is enough to threaten the future of any planet, but the sudden arrival from  Voltar  over of $250 million in gold may be the death blow for Earth.

  • acorna

    She was just a little girl, with a tiny horn in the centre of her forehead, odd-looking feet, beautiful silver hair and several curious powers: the ability to purify air and water, make plants grow and heal scars and broken bones. A trio of grizzled prospectors found her drifting in an escape pod amid the asteroids, adopted her and took her home to sizzling controversy. Officious bureaucrats wanted to put Acorna in a home and cut off her 'deformity'. Ambitious scientists wanted to isolate and study the 'unicorn girl'. Which was worse? Acorna's 'uncles' weren't waiting around to find out - they took her back at knifepoint and ran to the bandit planet Kezdet where no questions are asked and she might grow up free. But Kezdet has dark secrets -  an army of toiling, silent children in the mines and factories, unnamed, unloved and unseen, administered to by a mystery man known as 'The Piper'. And the Piper has plans for Acrona...

  • Mandala
    Allelliph was as beautiful as her name.  She left her peaceful planet for her coming of age and love was to lead her as far as it was possible to go - to the Universe's dark heart.  To a dying, drifting man-made world that had once been the jewel of the galaxy that held a secret and a power beyond imagining.
  • Rest Of The Robots
    Volume II of Asimov's classic robot fiction. His robots are not suimple ubnthinking machines victimised by frightened men - they are positronic, with brains of platinum iridium. Independent, sensible and rational - and ruled by the unbreakable Three Laws of Robotics.  Once met, Asimov's robots are never forgotten.
  • cure for cancer

    Book II of Jerry Cornelius. Jerry inhabits a world at war with itself and, armed only with an occasional vibragun, fights against history for the freedom of randomness against the straitlaced conventions exemplified by his brother Frank.  He is set loose from his Ladbroke Grove H.Q. into a London Chamber of Horrors - who are Bishop Beesley and Karen Von Krupp, the erotic ghosts of Vietnam and the ex-bank clerk slave girl?

  • Equator
    An invasion of Earth was imminent  - and only one man could stop it. A team of saboteurs had infiltrated the enemy territories, attempting to bring back to Earth a warning of the impending attack. Death had reduced their number to two and fear of treachery had divided them. Finally, only one man could save Earth.  The secret of the hordes of death must be brought back. But he could trust no-one - not even himself.
  • S Is For Space
    Space ships, Mars, reincarnation, giant mushrooms, human chrysalis, time machines and Ancient China all appear in this collection of sixteen stories.