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The Link

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This etext was produced from The Counterfeit Man More Science Fiction Stories by Alan E. Nourse published in 1963. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed. Minor spelling and typographical errors have been corrected without note.

The Link

It was nearly sundown when Ravdin eased the ship down into the last slow arc toward the Earth's surface. Stretching his arms and legs, he tried to relax and ease the tension in his tired muscles. Careful...

Junior Achievement –by: William M. Lee

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Fallout is, of course, always disastrous one way or another

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT

BY WILLIAM LEE

ILLUSTRATED BY SCHOENHERR

[Illustration]

"What would you think," I asked Marjorie over supper, "if I should undertake to lead a junior achievement group this summer?"

She pondered it while she went to the kitchen to bring in the dessert. It was dried apricot pie, and very tasty, I might add.

"Why, Donald," she said, "it could be quite interesting, if I understand what a junior achievement group is. What gave you t...

In de Oer-wouden van Afrika

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In de Oer wouden van Afrika.

Door

Jules Verne.

Uitgevers Maatschappij "Vivat", Amsterdam.

HOOFDSTUK I.

NA EEN LANGEN MARSCH.

"En is er geen Amerikaansche Congo?" vroeg Max Huber.

"Amerika heeft zelf land genoeg", antwoordde John Cort, "er valt nog genoeg te ontginnen tusschen Alaska en Texas en men behoeft waarlijk niet naar vreemde koloniën uit te zien, als men binnen eigen grenzen nog zooveel te doen heeft, zou ik...

Out Like a Light

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[Transcriber's Note: This etext was produced from Astounding Science Fiction April, May and June 1960. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed. Minor typographical errors have been corrected without note.]

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OUT LIKE A LIGHT

By MARK PHILLIPS

= Kenneth Malone sometimes known as Sir Kenneth of The Queen's Own FBI had had problems with telepathic spies, and more than somewhat nutty telepathic counterspies. But the case of the Vanishing Delinquents was at leas...

Face au drapeau

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Jules Verne

FACE AU DRAPEAU (1896)

Table des matières

I Healthful House II Le comte d'Artigas III Double enlèvement IV La goélette Ebba V Où suis je? VI Sur le pont VII Deux jours de navigation VIII Back Cup IX Dedans X Ker Karraje XI Pendant cinq semaines XII Les conseils de l'ingénieur Serk"o XIII `A Dieu vat! XIV Le Sword aux prises avec le tug XV Attente XVI Encore quelques heures XVII Un contre cinq XVIII `A bord du Tonnant

I Healthful House

La carte que recut ce jour là 15 juin 189.. le directeur de l'éta...

Atom Drive

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This etext was produced from If Worlds of Science Fiction April 1956. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed.

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ATOM DRIVE

BY CHARLES FONTENAY

It was a race between the tortoise and the hare. But this hare was using some dirty tricks to make sure the ending would be different....

[Illustration: Illustrated by Ed Emsh ]

The two spaceship crews were friendly enemies, sitting across the table from each other for their last meal before blastof...

A Choice of Miracles –by: James A. Cox

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A Choice Of Miracles

By JAMES A. COX

You're down in the jungle with death staring you in the face. There is nothing left but prayer. So you ask for your life. But wait! Are you sure that's really what you want above all else?

Andy Larson was a hard headed Swede. He had to be, to be still alive. He hadn't been able to move anything but that hard head for what he estimated to be about three hours since he regained consciousness. And in that time he hadn't heard anything that led him to believe anyone else had survived the crash.

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Foundling on Venus –by: John De Courcy

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Venus was the most miserable planet in the system, peopled by miserable excuses for human beings. And somewhere among this conglomeration of boiling protoplasm there was a being unlike the others, a being who walked and talked like the others but who was different and afraid the difference would be discovered. You'll remember this short story.

foundling on venus

by ... John & Dorothy de Courcy

The foundling could not have been more than three years old. Yet he held a secret that was destined to bring joy...

Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet

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A Golden Griffon Space Adventure

RIP FOSTER IN RIDE THE GRAY PLANET

by

BLAKE SAVAGE

Golden Press New York Golden Griffon TM of Western Publishing Company, Inc. Copyright 1952 by Western Publishing Company, Inc. All rights reserved. Printed in the U.S.A. Published by Golden Press, New York, N.Y. First Golden Griffon Printing, 1969

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CHAPTER ONE: Spacebound

CHAPTER TWO: Rake That Radiation!

CHAPTER THREE: Capture and Drive!

CHAPTER FOUR: Find the Needle!

CHAPTER FIVE: The Gray World

CHAPTER SIX: Rip's Planet

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The Worlds of If

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Transcriber's Note:

This etext was produced from A Martian Odyssey and Others published in 1949. Extensive research did not uncover any evidence that the U.S. copyright on this publication was renewed. Minor spelling and typographical errors have been corrected without note.

THE WORLDS OF IF

I stopped on the way to the Staten Island Airport to call up, and that was a mistake, doubtless, since I had a chance of making it otherwise. But the office was affable. "We'll hold the ship five minutes for you," the clerk said. "That's the best we can do...

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