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    The Songs Of Distant Earth by Arthur C Clarke

    The Songs of Distant Earth is the common title of several science fiction works by Arthur C. Clarke, including a science fiction short story, a short movie synopsis, and a 1986 science fiction novel that all bear the same title. This article deals with the novel.


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    Sudanna, Sudanna by Herbert, Brian

    E Rutherford, New Jersey: Berkley Pub Group. 1986. On the peanut-shaped planetoid of Ut, a 150-million-year-old computer named Mamacita rules with dictatorial control. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. Light wear and readers creases. ref 13


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    The Songs of Distant Earth by Clarke, Arthur C

    New York: Ballantine Publishing Group. Near Fine. 1987. Mass Market Paperback. 0345322401 . Slight crease/dent on front cover. Thalassa was a veritable paradise -- home to one of the small colonies founded centuries before when the Sun had gone nova and mankind had fled Earth. Then the Magellan arrived in orbit carrying one million refugees from the last, mad days on Earth. A fascinating novel by one of the masters of science fiction.; 6¾" - 7¾" Tall .


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    Le dernier voyage de l'Albatros by Marc Feuermann

    Montreal: Editions Dédicaces. Paperback. New. Dans un avenir pas si lointain, l’humanité a colonisé de nombreux mondes au sein du système solaire. Ceux qui ne sont pas restés sur Terre ont fini par s’adapter à leur nouvel environnement stérile, sombre, dans des atmosphères raréfiées sous les dômes de leurs cités glaciales. Les vieux démons de la nature humaine sont aussi de retour et à nouveau les querelles pour le pouvoir font rage. Et la situation ne fait que s’envenimer. Quelqu’un ou quelque chose semble vouloir faire échouer toute tentative d’unification. Les relations entre Enora, la présidente de la Confédération Terrienne, et Atama, l’Empereur Martien sont au plus mal. Et chaque camp est au bord de l’implosion. Les Etats qui constituent Confédération sont très divisés et les alliers du Martien, Zerdan le maître des lunes de Jupiter, et Narcisse, l’empereur autoproclamé des mondes d’Uranus, se détestent cordialement. Le seul endroit où semble encore régner une certaine sérénité, c’est à bord du cargo récolteur Albatros. Mais en acceptant de prendre à bord deux fugitifs pourchassés par Nacisse, l’Amiral Tulk sait que cette tranquillité relative va prendre fin. L’Albatros doit fuir le monde d’Uranus et l’incroyable secret qui se cache dans les profondeurs de son atmosphère pour un long voyage périlleux vers le centre du système solaire.


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    The Hammer of God by Clarke, Arthur C

    New York, NY: Bantam Books. Good+. 1994. Mass Market Paperback. 055356871X . Spine/covers somewhat creased, slight spine slant, corners bumped, minor edge wear. Text is clean and bright. "In the year 2110 technology has cured most of our worries. But even as humankind enters a new golden age, an amateur astronomer points his telescope at just the right corner of the night sky and sees disaster hurtling toward Earth: a chunk of rock that could annihilate civilization. While a few fanatics welcome the apocalyptic destruction as a sign from God, the greatest scientific minds of Earth desperately search for a way to avoid the inevitable. On board the starship Goliath Captain Robert Singh and his crew must race against time to redirect the meteor from its deadly collision course. Suddenly they find themselves on the most important mission in human history-a mission whose success may require the ultimate sacrifice."; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall .


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    MAKING LOVE TO THE MINOR POETS OF CHICAGO: A NOVEL by Conrad, James

    New York: Thomas Dunne Books / St. Martin's Press. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. 2000. First Edition. Hardcover. 0312204728 . First edition of the author's first book of fiction. 436 pages. Near Fine copy in Fine Dust Wrapper. bx159


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    Earthlight by Clarke, Arthur C

    New York, NY: Ballantine Books. Good+. 1972. Tenth Printing. Mass Market Paperback. Covers slightly creased at hinges, corners bumped. A clean, attractive copy. "Time was running out. Sadler knew that the discovery of heavy metals on the Moon could lead to a devastating war between Earth and the younger colonies of Mars and Venus. And someone in the quiet, respectable group of scientists on the Moon -- someone Sadler had to find -- was passing information to the unseen warships in outer space. . . If war came, the Moon would be the target. But Sadler's job was to prevent that war if he could . . . while the uneasy days, hours, seconds ticked away." Clarke is in superb form here in one of his earlier novels, exploring both technical issues and social issues in a story that combines mystery, thriller, and science fiction.; 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall .


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    Proud Helios (Star Trek Deep Space Nine Ser. , No. 9) by Scott, Melissa; Ordover, John (editor)

    New York, NY: Simon & Schuster. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1995. Mass Market Paperback. 0671883909 . Near Fine with tonning to the inside front cover. 12mo-over 5¾"-6¾" Tall. 277 pages .


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    LIFE DURING WARTIME by Shepard, Lucius

    Life During Wartime by Lucius Shepard. Published in London by Grafton in 1988. First UK and first hardcover edition. This copy has been inscribed and signed by the author on the title page. 383 pages. 1987 nominated for the Philip K Dick Award. In 1990, it won the Kurd-Laßwitz-Preis.David Mingolla is an artillery specialist in the United States Army serving in a near-future Central American war (references are made to then-future "Afghanistan in '89" and a nuclear weapon that destroyed Tel Aviv). As his unit serves in "Free Occupied Guatemala", Mingolla goes on leave and meets a woman named Debora in a cantina. They gradually become lovers; however, as they get close to each other, Mingolla feels intense mental pain later identified as a psychic probing his mind.Soon after this, Mingolla is recruited into the Psicorps, an elite group of psychics the United States has assembled to counter the Soviet Union's own. Debora, a veteran of the revolt that led to American intervention in the first place, is designated his target. On his way through Psicorps training to refine his mental abilities, Mingolla learns that this front of the Cold War (published before 1991, before USSR's fall) as well as the war itself is a manipulation by two Panamanian families, the Madradonas and the Sotomayors, over three centuries to increase psychic potential in humanity as well as their own genetic diversity.Mingolla and Debora meet and part several times before their meeting with the Madradonas and Sotomayors in Darién, Panama and become embroiled with the members of Mingolla's former squad in a firefight which culminates in the nuclear destruction of Panama City. David and Debora leave the city and their former friends and antagonists behind them, deciding that ultimately what matters is their love for one another, the only item that has not been blatantly manipulated.Condition: Bookplate ghost to the front paste-down [with the related bookplate laid in]. VG+ copy [spine slightly cocked, light colored spot stain to the top edge, text paper starting to tan as usual] in Near Fine Dust Wrapper [some creasing and a few specks of wear to the lower left corner edge of the rear panel]. 196/eb


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    Horn: Outland Strip by Sloane, Ben

    U. S. A.: Gold Eagle 1991. 12mo-over 6¾"-7¾" tall. light edge wer and readers creases ref24


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    City Of Darkness by Ben Bova

    Berkeley NY 1982 165 Pages. First Thus Edition Near fine with light wear to the head of the spine. See photos. Sr 2/7


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    Inhuman Beings by Carroll Jerry Jay

    No Jacket as Issued 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. .genfic17


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    Icefire by Reeves-Stevens Judith & Garfield

    NY: Pocket Books. Near Fine in Fine dust jacket. dust soiling to page edges 1998 . 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. mystery23


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    Water of Death by Johnston Paul

    Science-fiction mistress and Edinburgh in 2025 global warming has tried the summer into the big heat in Edinburgh and independent virtually crime free oasis surrounded by City states and run by the Council of city guardians 391 pages published by Saint martins press New York in 1999 first edition wh56


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    Nomad by David Alexander

    Gold Eagle Canada 1992 348 pages. First thus edition Fine unread condition. See photos. PB59


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    Orbit by Bloch, Thomas

    New York, NY: Coward McCann. Light edge wear and dust soiling to page edges in dust jacket with a few small closed tears, and light edge wear. The dust jacket is protected by an adjustable mylar cover 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. ; Signed by Author .99


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    Fire Pattern by Bob Shaw

    Daw NY 1986 pages. First thus edition Fine unread condition. See photos. PB54


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    Time Station London by Evans, David

    A trace of wear 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Mass Market Paperback. .hw12


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    The Icarus Hunt by Zahn, Timothy

    New York, NY: Bantam Books. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. .hardcover 99


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    The Burning Eye : War World Volume 1 by Pournelle Jerry

    Faint readers crease very liht wear. 366 pages. bx27


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    The Capricorn Quadrant by Ryan Charles

    NY: New Amer Library. Fine in Fine dust jacket. 1990. Hard Cover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. mystery23


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    Einstein's Bridge by Cramer, John

    NY: Avon. Fine with No dust jacket as issued. 1998. Mass Market Paperback. 0380788314 . 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. ref1


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    The Methuselah Enzyme by Stewart Fred Mustard

    NY: Arbor House. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 1970. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall.Light edge wear, small stain to front cover, glue residue rear cover at cloth spine, dust jacket has very light wear and wear to spine ends mystery 26


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    Virus Clans: a Story of Evolution by Kanaly, Michael

    NY: Ace. 1998 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Trade Paperback. .bx8


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