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  • The sequel to Dragon's Egg. Turns ago, humans reached the Dragon's Egg where they discovered a thriving, savage race of intelligent cheela who live a million times faster than their human friends. In the first few hours, the cheela learned from Man and soon surpassed him in knowledge. Now the humans are about to leave. Suddenly a monstrous starquake destroys all but a few cheela on the surface and another group of cheela in orbit around Dragon's Egg, with no way to return to the surface. The fate of their civilisation rests with the tiny group below who must survive, breed and rebuild. The humans can return to earth and abandon this friendly race to extinction or stay and offer assistance - and certainly die in the attempt.
  • Graphic Novel. Station 7 is where the Earth Forces send all the equipment captured in their unceasing war against the Daleks. It's where Dalek technology is analysed and examined. It's where the Doctor and Amy have just arrived. But somehow the Daleks have found out about Station 7 - and there's something there that they want back With the Doctor increasingly worried about the direction the Station's research is taking, the commander of Station 7 knows he has only one possible, desperate defense. Because the last terrible secret of Station 7 is that they don't only store captured Dalek technology - it's also a prison. And the only thing that might stop a Dalek is another Dalek...
  • Go back to where it all began! Jedi Knight Qui-Gon Jinn and his apprentice, young Obi-Wan Kenobi, are charged with the protection of Amidala, young queen of Naboo as she seeks to end the siege of her planet by Trade Federation warships.  This brings all three to Tatooine and the shop where the slave boy Anakin Akywalker toils and dreams of freedom for himself and his beloved mother.  His only hope lies in his extraordinary instincts and his gift for understanding the 'rightness' of things.  It is this meeting that marks the beginning of the legend.
  • A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away - a world is threatened...a young queen must save her people...a dark evil arises again...and a young Jedi is discovered.  The Journey begins. Based on the screenplay and story by George Lucas. Features colour photographs from the film.
  • The best short SF of 1987.  This volume includes: Forever Yours, Anna, Kate Wilhelm; The Sun Spider, Lucius Shepard; Goodbye Houston Street, Goodbye, Richard Kadrey; Friend's Best Man, Jonathan Carroll; The Wound, Lisa Tuttle; E-Ticket to Namland, Dan Simmons; Ménage Á Super-Trois, Felix C. Gotschalk; Rachel In Love, Pat Murphy; Agents, Paul D. Filippo; Lapidary Nights, Marta Randall; Murderers Walk, Garry Kilworth; Thirty Minutes Over Broadway and The Anointed Jetboy, Howard Waldrop. Introduction and Summation by David S. Garnett, Afterword by Brian Aldiss and Reviews by John  Clute.
  • This volume comes between The Return of the Jedi and The Force Awakens. The Emperor is dead, the remnants of his Empire are in retreat and a second Death Star has been destroyed. Many hope for new beginnings and new destinies - for Han Solo, it will mean settling his last outstanding debt, helping  Chewbacca free the Wookiee homeworld of Kashyyyk. Norra Wexley and her band pursue Grand Admiral Rae Sloane and the Empire's remaining leadership across the galaxy. But as more and more officers of the Empire are brought to justice, Sloane manages to elude capture by the New Republic, and Norra fears that Sloane is searching for a means to save the crumbling Empire from oblivion. But the hunt is cut short when Norra receives an urgent summons fro Princess Leia Organa. The liberation of Kashyyyk has led Han, Chewbacca and a band of smugglers into an ambush - Chewbacca is captured, and Han has vanished. Norra and her crew race toward the Millennium Falcon's last known location...
  • Contemporary theories on the origin of the phenomenon, with chapters on man-made UFOs; UFO psychology and abductions; UFO cover-ups and crop circles; unidentified submarine objects; psychic UFOs; demonic UFOs; extra-terrestrial intelligence and humanoids. Contributors: W.A. Harbinson; Alvin Lawson; William H. Spaulding; Peter Brookesmith; Janet and Colin Bord; Jenny Randles; Hilary Evans; Ron Hyams; Charles Bowen. With colour and black and white photographs and artwork.
  • Christian 'Rapture', futuristic kissagram girls, painless parenthood for a new breed of Super-Yuppies and the decline of Britain as a U.S. militarised zone are just some of intriguing ideas expressed here. The volume contains: The Second Third of C, Neil Ferguson; Freezeframe, Gregory Benford; The Man Who Walked On The Moon, J.G. Ballard; The Brains Of Rats, Michael Blumlein; Patricia's Profession, Kim Newman; Unmistakably The Finest, Scott Bradfield; And He Not Busy Being Born... Brian Stableford; The Protector, Rachel Pollack; If The Driver Vanishes...Peter T. Garratt; The Unfolding, John Shirley and Bruce Sterling; The King Of The Hill, Paul J. MacAuley; Canned Goods, Thomas M. Disch; Spiral Sands, Garry Kilworth; When The Timegate Failed, Ian Watson; War And/Or Peace, Lee Montgomerie.
  • Volume I: To The Stars. Homeworld is stable at last, hundreds of years after the collapse of the 20th century economy.  For millions of proles, life is still grim but for the lucky few, like Engineer Jan Kulozik, there is every kind of luxury - except one.   On Homeworld, where everyone and everything is monitored by the faceless power of government, there is no freedom. Jan Kulozik knew nothing about the Resistance and probably didn't want to.  But suddenly he is a part of it and running for his life.