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by Everett B. Cole
  • Fiction
  • 1962
  • Autor: Everett B. Cole
The best way to keep a secret is to post it to absolutely incredible form - and insist that it is true...
Number of pages: ~ 18 pages
Amazon Rating ~ n/a

by Harry Harrison
Arm of the Law
  • Fiction
  • 1958
  • Autor: Harry Harrison
A robot policeman is sent to the provincial town of Nainport during a spaceport for field trials. In established provincial relations, its appearance does not cause much enthusiasm, moreover, the instructions for its operation on a thousand-plus pages are not easy to master. And now a car worth $ 120 thousand began sweeping floors, cleaning cameras, filing papers, until someone suddenly needed to go to the accident. For lack of a better sent robot ... Now, in the town of Nainport, crime is over....
Number of pages: ~ 15 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.1 out of 5

by Mack Reynolds
Medal of Honor
  • Fiction
  • 1960
  • Autor: Mack Reynolds
Lieutenant Mathers resigned and took the post of deputy director of the over-corporation for the production of rocket fuel. At first, this corporation became a monopolist in the fuel market, and then tripled the price of its products. Based on this story, the novel “The Galactic Order of Valor” was subsequently written....
Number of pages: ~ 24 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3.2 out of 5

by Robert Greene
The Art Of Seduction
  • Romance
  • 2003
  • Autor: Robert Greene
The book was written by creators of the phenomenal bestseller The 48 Laws of Power, a mesmerizing handbook on seduction: the most subtle and effective form of power. At the time, when seduction become a form of art, it changed our world by having an indirect and subtle form of power capable to topple empires, win elections and enslave great minds. Immerse yourself in the twenty-four maneuvers and strategies of the seductive process - the ritual form of attracting people. The book will learn you on how to: "Choose the Right Victim," "Appear to Be an Object of Desire," and "Confuse Desire...
Number of pages: ~ 496 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark
  • Fiction
  • 1981
  • Autor: Alvin Schwartz
The famous American writer, journalist and folklore researcher Alvin Schwartz collected in his book the most striking subjects that become fundamental for the modern genre of horror and an anthology of the horror genre....
Number of pages: ~ 132 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.8/5

by Bernard Shaw
Pygmalion is the one of the most famous play of Bernard Shaw, written in 1912. The original wit and democratic spirit of the play reflects deep and acute social problems, that become popular in many countries and it's still quite recognizable play....
Number of pages: ~ 144 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.4/5

by Voltaire
Voltaire s razor-sharp satire on philosophical optimism, Candide , is coupled here with another of the author s most celebrated works, Zadig . Both challenge the moral and philosophical orthodoxies of the day with humour and sly wit, whilst parodying the clichéd formulas of so many contemporary novels. Candide traces the fortunes of its titular character, a staunch optimist who eventually becomes disillusioned by a series of hardships and misfortunes. Zadig likewise follows its main character Zadig, a Babylonian philosopher, as he is subjected to the whims...
Number of pages: ~ 134 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4.3/5

by Tom Leahy
One Martian Afternoon
She was sweet, gentle, kind—a sort of Martian Old Mother Hubbard. But when she went to her cupboard ......
Number of pages: ~ 10 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 5 out of 5

by Randall Garrett
Cum Grano Salis
  • Fiction
  • 1959
  • Autor: Randall Garrett
Cum Grano Salis is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by Randall Garrett is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of Randall Garrett then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection....
Number of pages: ~ 19 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 4 out of 5

by Lowell Howard Morrow
Omega, the Man
  • Fiction
  • 1933
  • Autor: Lowell Howard Morrow
The silver airship quickly pierced the hot, hot air. The midday sun illuminated him and the deserted world below. All about the solemn silence of death. Not a single living creature appeared either in the air or on the gray-gray earth. Only the plane itself showed some signs of life. The sky, blue as indigo, did not hide a shadow of a cloud, and on the horizon the mountains crashed into it like the teeth of a giant saw....
Number of pages: ~ 23 pages
Amazon Rating ~ 3 out of 5