Sci-Fi/UFO

//Sci-Fi/UFO
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  • Two men from Earth arrive on Venus.  One is a madman - an emissary of all that is evil. The other is burdened with a terrible yet inspiring mission. There is a titanic struggle which will decide the destiny of the young, innocent world.
  • Clifford Wilson and Erich von Daniken debate UFOs and life in outer space. These questions are asked and examined: How did the Dogon tribe know about the invisible star known as Sirius B? Did the Peruvian Indians attempt  heart transplants? Why did the Palanque Astronaut leave his skeleton behind? Are the Kayapo Indian's Straw Suits in memory of a space visitor? Illustrated with black and white drawings.
  • One day the tough, dangerous, dirty jobs will be done by robots...invulnerable soldiers with superhuman strength and killer instinct; miners and sandhogs who can work on distant planets too deadly for humans; incorruptible judges, fearing neither political pressure or criminal vengeance; librarians with total knowledge instantly available...a chilling, yet piercingly prophetic picture of the Robot Age -when Man's 'slave' machines have learned their own strength - and the weaknesses of their masters.

  • Book I of The Warrior trilogy. Stripped of his rank, exiled Justin Allard is given one last chance to save his honour - by risking his life in the gladiatorial arenas of Solaris VII. But his newest Game World opponent - more skilled at Mech-to-Mech combat than any other rival - raises the stakes even higher. It's Justin's own half brother Daniel, lance commander in the dread Kell Hounds mercenary battalion. But Daniel has more serious worries than dealing with his embittered half brother. Princess Melissa Steiner, heir apparent of the Lyran Commonwealth, has been hijacked and the future of the Inner Sphere depends on her fate. Both Daniel and Justin face fierce battles, but in the Inner Sphere, where nobles have schemed for centuries to win the ultimate power, those who interfere with the Successor Lords are sometimes called heroes - and sometimes called victims.

  • Book 3 of The Rings Of The Master. For centuries, Master System ruled mankind unchallenged. Then a small band of renegades commandeered the spaceship Thunder and fled into pirate territory. Now they were prepared to seize the five coded rings that together could shut down Master System and return human destiny to human control. With them went a wild card - Vulture, a shapechanger capable of absorbing the body and memories of any other organic being. Without the information Vulture could collect, the rebels could never infiltrate the worlds where the rings were hidden. Each ring was better protected than the last. And as each ring drew the band further into Master System's web, Vulture became aware of a possibly more insidious danger - an unknown entity with the power to elude Master System seemed to be giving the rebels an unseen hand.  But the question is - whose side is it on?   

  • Freedom was an isolated planet, off the spaceways track and rarely visited by commercial spacers.  The trouble was, tourists and traders claimed the streets were crowded with mysterious sorts in blue robes and members of an alien species.  The native born humans claim it isn't so.  Such was the belief of Herrin the artist and Waden the autocrat - until a crisis of planetary identity forced a life and depth confrontation between the question of reality and the reality of the question.
  • A multi-dimensional explosion hurled the starship's few passengers across the galaxies and onto an uncharted barren tundra.  With no technical skills and scant supplies, the survivors face a bleak end in an alien world. One brave woman held the daring answer - but it was the most desperate one possible.
  • The Galaxy delivers an ultimatum: 'Earthmen, Go Back!"  Earth faces a choice between eventual colonisation at the hands of a ruthless aggressor or immediate action against the whole Galaxy.  Stephen Brady, Commander of the Terran Forces, is the man to make this decision of cosmic importance. The odds are deadly, but Brady knows if he does not speak now for conquest, all Earth might remain silent in defeat for eternity.