The "Golden Age of Science Fiction" Megapacks are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten.
Lester del Rey (1915—1993) is most remembered today as one of the namesakes of Del Rey Books -- but in the Golden Age he was an accomplished writer who got his start alongside (and sold to the same markets as) a young Isaac Asimov. This... [click here for more]
This volume collects 19 stories of robots in their many guises. Some obey Asimov’s 3 Rules of Robotics. Some are of alien design. Some serve mankind. And some…don’t. All are great reading. Included are:
HELEN O'LOY, by Lester del Rey
SIDNEY, THE SCREWLOOSE ROBOT, by William P. McGivern
JAMES P. CROW, by Philip K. Dick
HAVE IT YOUR OWN WAY, by Richard Wilson
A BAD DAY FOR... [click here for more]
The "Golden Age of Science Fiction" MEGAPACKTM ebook anthologies are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten.
Lester del Rey -- one of the all-time greats of the science fiction world -- had been well on his way to becoming forgotten before Wildside Press began its reprint program of his classic short fiction. This second volume... [click here for more]
He lived simultaneously in the present, deep past, and far future -- and death threatened each life!
Was it possible that Mike Strong, assistant professor of logic at Kane University, had the rare ability to carry memories of other lives back and forth with him? In one life, he was the wealthy husband of a world famous acress ... In another, he was a big-time criminal, adored by beautiful women ...... [click here for more]
Leif Svensen's neighbor, come to warn him that the farmers were going to take violent action against his dog for killing their livestock, mentioned that he'd seen an angel the night before. "Big blonde woman on a white horse, singing loud enough to raise the dead, about a hundred feet up in the air."
Then, on his way to find his madcap twin, Leif met a stranger who knew his name and who... [click here for more]
He was PRTSAC: Permanent Resident Through a Special Act of Congress. A set of initials, a title unique in history. And a human being -- the most homesick human being in history. Fred Hunter was the permanent resident of the space station...the doughnut...because a hideous accident had rendered him physically incapable of returning to Earth. For ten years he sweated it out, while others came and went... [click here for more]