Final book in the rollicking, galaxy-spanning SF adventure series that will make your imagination spin!
You’d think life would be easy and fun for a “Flinger”—someone who can teleport himself or anything else wherever he wants. But McGill Feighan has been frustrated on his galaxy-wide quest to find the meddlesome Far Being Retzglaran.
It was supposed to be a fun weekend on the Bird World called Rehma . . . a place of nestlings and birdsong. But instead, that vacation turns into a frightening go-round with a mysterious mutant virus and repeated assaults by galactic goons who have wanted him dead since he was four days old.
And McGill doesn’t seem any closer to finding the Far Being.
So he sets out with the assistance of the crimson-crested Dr. Th’hweet to put things right on Rehma. It’s going to take an alien wing and a prayer . . .
The first novel by master poet, Pushcart nominee, winner of the American Book Award, Colorado Book Award, and recipient of the prestigious Colorado Council on the Arts Fellowship.
Rise, Do Not Be Afraid is a compelling, intertwined story of a small New Mexico town and its people, the presence of shadowy gods, and the heart of human nature. These fantastical and almost whimsical tales are based in myth and biblical traditions, and the characters are rooted deeply in the past, returning to pass down the truth of their town—Santa Rita, New Mexico.
Through the eyes and mouths of abeyta's characters, we are carried through a private and deeply personal history. aaron a. abeyta's allegorical retelling of his childhood past, woven in with his own beliefs and mythologies, brings an adventurous tone to history. Rise, Do Not Be Afraid is a lyrical and adamant prayer for redemption and salvation in a time where there is none to be spared.
In these two classic stories from the father of science fiction, H.G. Wells reveals two sides of the same coin: dystopia and utopia.
Here together in one volume are two seminal works that inspired George Orwell, Aldous Huxley, and others.
Men Like Gods
What if you took a mental health day, ready for some rest and relaxation, and suddenly found yourself in a different world?
Journey with Mr. Barnstaple to Utopia to see what millennia of advancement can bring to the future.
The Sleeper Awakes
What if you took a sleeping pill and awoke two centuries years later to find yourself the wealthiest man in the world? Everyone and everything you know is long gone . . . but you are simultaneously the most exciting and most unfortunate thing to happen in centuries?
From the author of Dracula comes one of the first mummy novels ever written.
An Egyptologist discovers a tomb at the exact moment his daughter is born.
In a house full of Egyptian antiquities—A jeweled scarab, mummified cat, and severed hand . . .
Unexplained claw marks and comas . . .
A mysterious stranger’s wild tales of a hidden tomb and ancient warnings . . .
Violent deaths to everyone who sought the jewel . . .
All linked to a forgotten queen’s 5,000-year quest for reincarnation . . .
Malcolm Ross, pulled by his adoration of Margaret Trelawny, finds himself embroiled in a centuries old story that challenges human logic.
Lovers of the supernatural, occult, and paranormal will enjoy this unique edition of Bram Stoker’s Jewel of the Seven Stars, which includes the novel’s original 1903 ending as well as the abridged 1912 version.
Includes a new Foreword by award-winning author Rick Wilber.
No one believed Professor Challenger’s claims . . .
. . . that dinosaurs existed in the Amazon jungle.
Critics ridiculed and mocked him, but he was as stubborn as he was intelligent. He was willing to venture into the jungles with nothing but a crude map, a skeptical professor, a big game hunter, and a reporter. Their adventure took them across an ocean, up the Amazon river, and deep into lands barely explored by adventurers in the early 20th century.
When they finally reached the plateau on their map, they encountered their first big challenge—ascending the cliffs onto the plateau. To be so close to proving his claims with no way to ascend left the party frustrated. Professor Challenger however believed in determined ingenuity and did not give up easily.
When they finally ascended the plateau . . .
. . . would they find what they expected?
Or would they find more than they could handle?
You’ll love this classic adventure into a lost world of dinosaurs, lost tribes, and ape men, written by the author of Sherlock Holmes.