In the third book of this epic science-fantasy series, Torlo Hannis leads a series of missions against the tyranny of Kamina. When he's captured and forced to entertain savage Mutis in their cruel killing arenas, the strange Muti, Sziat, guides Torlo on a puzzling journey that reveals the true extend of the empire's malice. Now the Prophet Kalinis is demanding that all must submit to its absolute power.... [click here for more]
Alan Nelson was not a prolific writer, and as far as I know he wrote (or at least had published) only short stories. No novels. However, these stories are true gems. They originally appeared in some of the most prestigious venues for short fiction of the 1940s and 1950s.
Many of Nelson's fantasy tales first appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, where they were very popular,... [click here for more]
Adt and Sarleni, swordsman and slavegirl, lost at sea and attempting to survive, were soon to discover the horrid truths concerning Noomas' future. Sarleni, trained in the mental powers of the Zygo, offered the only weapon that could resist the Muti forces set to stop them on their journey to the other side of the planet. A thrilling science-fantasy adventure, with swords flying in the skilled hands... [click here for more]
The E. Nesbit Megapack collects 26 novels and short storiesby Edith Nesbit (who wrote as E. Nesbit), including her most famous novels and series (The Bastable family stories, The Psammead series, etc.) Included are: THE RAILWAY CHILDREN THE MAGIC CITY FIVE CHILDREN AND IT THE PHOENIX AND THE CARPET THE STORY OF THE AMULET THE MARBLE CHILD THE ENCHANTED CASTLE THE STORY OF THE TREASURE SEEKERS THE... [click here for more]
"This volume is a treasure-trove of rare 19th-century macabre stories for lovers of classic fantasy and horror. From ghosts of mind and spirit to paranormal experiences, from exotic Arabian Nights adventures to Deals with the Devil, each story in this volume is sure to delight the discerning reader of classic fantasy and horror. Included are:
THE GRAY LADY, by Mary E. Lee
THE EBONY FRAME, by... [click here for more]