Two Thrilling Novels of Future Worlds
The Man the Sun Gods Made
By Gardner F. Fox
The Tryllans worshipped him as god. Yet grief bowed those superbly-muscled shoulders, for Tyr knew he was no more divine than the lowest ray-gunner of the invader hordes.
The Seven Jewels of Chamar
By Raymond F. Jones
Scattered, the jewels were maddening. Held in a grasping palm they bestowed power enough to rule the System. But space-roving Nathan and the deadly Firebird learned the terrible price of that power.
Seven Fascinating Space-Tales
Love Among the Robots
By Emmett McDowell
Henry Ohm found his robots hard to control — with that girl around. There was something about her — ah — personality!
By Carl Jacobi
There was treasure beyond price in those plague-darkened cities of Ganymede, provided the seeker, too, had no price.
By Carl Selwyn
Out of the caves of space it flew — huge, rapacious, terrifying. But Lou Flint wanted it more than he wanted the luscious Karen.
Fog of the Forgotten
By Basil Wells
Rebelling against science, his people had thrust themselves down into the ancient mists. Now Ho Dyak wanted light.
By Tom Pace
Frantically, the space-liner called Commander Gray: “Disaster ahead — you can save us!” He smiled grimly; he knew the only way.
By Bryce Walton
Master of the slimy beasts of Venus, dedicated to survival — what buried instinct could drive him to suicide?
Breath of Beelzebub
By Larry Sternig
Only half an ounce of the liquor from Planetoid Y-145 had been distilled. But that was enough to drive the universe mad!
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