Two Great Novels Of Adventure In Space And Time
Goddess Of The Moon
by John Murray Reynolds
Death hid behind a smile in the white-and-gold lunar city of Gral-Thala. But Gibson, adventurer in space, knew that if he died the Good Green planet perished with him,
Dictator Of Time
by Nelson S. Bond
Twentieth-century Larry Wilson and Sandra Day lead the Armageddon of the Ages against Harg, crafty, vain monster-intellect, bent on warping Man to his Inhuman Will!
Three Exciting Novelets Of The Lost Worlds
The Girl From Infinite Smallness
by Ray Cummings
The terrified Princess of Heanas burst into a different space-sphere to find an earthling champion. For the vicious Torch had thieved the formula of transcendent growth.
by Ed Earl Repp
Lolan loved the Princess Mora, but when her desperate Venusians raised their empty fists, duty commanded the soldier to blast them to eternity with his force-bolts!
Revolt On The Earth-Star
by Carl Selwyn
Lonely derelict from a happier earth-age, Carver raises the revolt-cry: “Down with the Capeks!” And the luxurious, human stockyards discharge their men-of-no-hope.
The Tantalus Death — Smashing Short Story
by Ross Rocklynne
Earth denied the Red Planet’s frantic H2O-plea. So began the Reign of Terror.
The Space Flame — Smashing Short Story
by Alexander M. Phillips
On that derelict space-ship, Death hissed and coiled and struck with tongues of flame!
The Man Who Killed The Earth — Smashing Short Story
by Ray King
One day Groff’s brain would crack — and the World would dissolve into chaos.
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