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by James H. Schmitz
- Autor: James H. Schmitz
Bandits from the Brotherhood of Beldon captured the Operational Block of the Seventh Star space hotel and planted a bomb. Heslet Quillan has six hours to frustrate their plans, as well as to neutralize Hlath, who escaped from the biomodule....
Number of pages: ~ 41 pages
by John Berryman
- Autor: John Berryman
Psi-Lodge had its own methods and means of exerting pressure, when pressure was necessary. But this guy’s special talent was one that even they had never heard of ...! We hope you enjoy this wonderful classic work and it will be a rewarding experience for you....
Number of pages: ~ 25 pages
by Donald E. Westlake
- Autor: Donald E. Westlake
A boat with delivery of mail, supplies and spare parts slowly moved to the base, holding most of the moon between itself and the Earth. Captain Ebor, who was at the helm, with a slight negligence of lengthy practice, directed the ship onto a rocky, uneven surface, then cut the disk, reached its tentacles and reached for it. Wearing a spacesuit, he left the ship to approach the dome and meet with Darkelney, the base commander....
Number of pages: ~ 10 pages
by Harry Harrison
- Autor: Harry Harrison
General Wingrove, on behalf of the General Staff, turned to the US Congress with a request to eliminate the obsolete branch of the Armed Forces, known as the Navy, which will save taxpayers' money, and all thanks to the great discovery of scientists ......
Number of pages: ~ 10 pages
by James McKimmey
- Autor: James McKimmey
To force the authorities to end the war, the farmers agreed to stop work. After all, the war is being fought by soldiers who are fed by farmers, and if there is no food, then the soldiers will stop fighting....
Number of pages: ~ 9 pages
by George Eliot
The largest work of George Eliot (the pseudonym of the English writer Mary Ann Evans), a real masterpiece was the Middlemarch novel about a provincial town. A lot of terrible things are happening in Middlemarch - dubious enrichment, feuds around the inheritance, intrigues are woven, unsuccessful marriages are made, but the novel is written with mild irony and imbued with typically Victorian optimism....
Number of pages: ~ 736 pages
by Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
The Grimm brothers are one of the most famous storytellers on the planet. Everyone knows the tales and protagonists of these wonderful authors of the Bremen Town Musicians, King Thrushbeard, Snow White and Rose Red, The Brave Tailor, and many others. Their stories are still being translated into many different languages and reprinted each year in huge print runs....
Number of pages: ~ 296 pages
by George Bernard Shaw
The whole play is the apotheosis of human will. If people want to, they will be immortal. In any case, it is in the power of people to extend their lives to the Methuselah century. One of the heroes of the play, biologist Konrad Barnabas, has proved on a number of experiments that a person, by exerting his will, can live hundreds and hundreds of years. The biologist has a brother, a politician, he preaches this theory everywhere. Lloyd George and Asquith hunt for the Barnabas, each strives to get them in his party in order to secure the majority of the votes in the elections....
Number of pages: ~ 394 pages
by Thomas Peckett Prest
In the book, the reader will meet an unusual anti-hero, Mr. Varney, a vampire who appears before us in the guise of a elegant English gentleman. Armed with a consciousness of his own impunity and omnipotence, he creates terror in a small estate. The object of his heinous attacks is the young and beautiful girl Flora. However, her brothers and groom are defying the monster......
Number of pages: ~ 876 pages
by Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
- Autor: Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull
In memory of a certain celebrated walk from Great Holland to Frinton-on-Sea, and the salmon we met at the end of it....
Number of pages: ~ 121 pages