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Acres of Diamonds (Version 2)

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Russell Conwell


One of the most requested motivational lectures of all time. "I say that you ought to get rich, and it is your duty to get rich ... Th…

The Dunwich Horror

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H. P. Lovecraft


Horror stalks the earth. There are many dimensions that coexist with our universe and, unfortunately, overlap it in very special places. T…

Lady Windermere's Fan (Version 2)

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Oscar Wilde


Lady Windermere's Fan, A Play About a Good Woman is a four-act comedy by Oscar Wilde, first produced 22 February 1892 at the St James's Thea…

The Homely Heroine

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Edna Ferber


Who ever heard of a plain and downright homely heroine? Isn't a heroine by definition beautiful? Well, Edna Ferber, in her well known style …

The Penal Cluster

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Randall Garrett


What do you do with telepaths? Chain them to an asteroid of course and just leave them there ..... but why? Wait a minute ... did I just s…

Apology (version 2)

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Plato


The Apology is Plato's version of the speech given by Socrates as he defended himself in 399 BC[2] against the charges of "corrupting t…

Raiders of the Universes

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Donald Wandrei


It was the 34th century and all five of the Federation of Planets around Sol were buzzing with their usual activity when the Raiders appeare…

Pagan Passions

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Laurence M. Janifer and Randall Garrett


'Adult' Science Fiction? Well, why not? Science Fiction deals imaginatively with odd and unsettling subjects, why not sex? In this novel,…

Mother Goose in Prose (Version 2)

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L. Frank Baum


Before he wrote the Oz books, L. Frank Baum wrote this book which was the best selling book of 1897. Taking 22 beloved nursery rhymes, he ex…

Shadows in Zamboula (version 2)

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Robert E. Howard


In the dark streets of Zamboula, huge ghouls stalk the night seeking victims for their ghastly rites and feasts. Conan is passing through t…

A Thousand Degrees Below Zero

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Murray Leinster


The War to End All Wars has ended and the world has taken a deep breath and is trying to recover normal life in 1919. But a super Villan in…

3 Science Fiction Stories by Lester del Ray

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Lester Del Rey


The quirky mind of famous SF writer Lester del Ray gives us three wonderful tales ranging from zombies (Dead Ringer), time travel (how do yo…

Damned If You Don't

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Randall Garrett


We've all heard of the wonderful invention that the Big Corporation or the Utilities suppressed? The one that would revolutionize society …

Raggedy Ann Stories (version 3)

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Johnny Gruelle


As I write this, I have before me on my desk, propped up against the telephone, an old rag doll. Dear old Raggedy Ann! The same Raggedy Ann…

The Man Who Hated Mars

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Randall Garrett


To escape from Mars, all Clayton had to do was the impossible. Break out of a crack-proof exile camp—get onto a ship that couldn't be boarde…

Lord Tedric (version 2)

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E. E. “Doc” Smith


The best of science fantasy meets the best of science fiction as Tedric battles his way through two universes of adventure: In one universe…

The Knights of Arthur (Version 2)

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Frederik Pohl


Pohl takes us into the future in this quirky and funny story, where the population of the United States is less than 10,000 people ... tota…

The Beast With Five Fingers

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W. F. Harvey


A well off English bachelor receives a legacy from his uncle. This includes the uncle's very large library and a box containing something t…

The Sensitive Man

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Poul William Anderson


Poul Anderson delves into the realm of human potential in this exciting story and asks some penetrating questions for us to think about. Wh…

On the Duty of Civil Disobedience (Version 3)

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Henry David Thoreau


"That government is best which governs least" is the famous opening line of this essay. The slavery crisis inflamed New England i…

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