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Larry Goes To Space

Author : Alan Black
ISBN : 1517388368
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Larry enjoyed raising cattle on his Kansas farm, until the aliens arrived. He couldn't help himself; he was going for a ride with aliens from outer space! The aliens wouldn't tell him where he was going, how long he would be gone, or if he was ever coming back, but a space trip sounded like more fun than beer and burgers at Benny's Been There and Done That Bar and Grill. He had to go. Larry's ride into deep space wasn't just a Sunday jaunt. This space-faring species was in danger of being wiped off the galactic map. They offered Larry a ride because his assistance was vital to their survival, but they were xenophobic to the point of barely tolerating Larry in the same room. He was willing to help, but what could he do? Could he live long enough to save himself? What skills did Larry have to save an alien species threatened with annihilation? Every time he asked them for information, they stonewalled him.

Doctor Who In Time And Space

Author : Gillian I. Leitch
ISBN : 9780786465491
Genre : Performing Arts
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This collection of fresh essays addresses a broad range of topics in the BBC science fiction television series Doctor Who, both old (1963-1989) and new (2005-present). The book begins with the fan: There are essays on how the show is viewed and identified with, fan interactions with each other, reactions to changes, the wilderness years when it wasn't in production. Essays then look at the ways in which the stories are told (e.g., their timeliness, their use of time travel as a device, etc.). After discussing the stories and devices and themes, the essays turn to looking at the Doctor's female companions and how they evolve, are used, and changed by their journey with the Doctor.

Three Books Of Known Space

Author : Larry Niven
ISBN : 0345404483
Genre : Fiction
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Two science fiction novels and a collection of short stories feature a being intent upon enslaving Earth, a man who becomes the only hope for a doomed colony, and life in the thirty-first century

Mothers Other Monsters

Author : Maureen F. McHugh
ISBN : 9781618730053
Genre : Fiction
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Insightful, beautifully written debut collection.

Space Dream One That Others May Live

Author : Jeff R. Spalsbury
ISBN : 9781618426383
Genre : Fiction
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Air Force Captain Rick Allen didn’t want to save a galaxy, just some lives that others may live but sometimes you just don’t have any say in such things. Sometimes, you are the chosen one. That happened the day his medical rescue helicopter flew into a mysterious energy field and crashed. He woke, transported to the Dina Galaxy in the middle of a planetary war. Perceived as the Chosen One because of how he arrived, he becomes a reluctant leader, more frightened than brave, as he struggles to find out what happened to him and how he can return to earth. Rick learns that one man might hold the secret, the Master Kline, currently held captive by the NiLTs, a ruthless, violent enemy. Rick teams with a white kangaroo-like alien, the sole survivor of its planet after the NiLTs poisoned it, a doctor and a 14-year-old child who communicates in music. Together, this ragtag team of four must go to war against the NiLT army of professional terrorists, rescue the Master Kline, find out how Rick can return home, and save the Dina Galaxy. Concurrently, unknown to Rick, a comatose copy of his body was left behind after he crashed. His body becomes a pawn between doctors trying to save his life and a general and a CIA agent who want Allen dead at any cost. When Rick, in a moment of high stress, flashes back to Earth for a few minutes, he suddenly discovers that he’s fighting a parallel war on two fronts, a war that he neither understands nor can completely control. But he knows that a mistake in either world will cost him his life and perhaps destroy a total galaxy. Rick realizes that if he’s to make a difference, the first life he needs to save may be his own!

Breathing Space

Author : Heidi Neumark
ISBN : 9780807095829
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is a song of Thanksgiving. Thanksgiving for the people whose courageous witness has transfigured this community-and this pastor. Thanksgiving for the gift of these stories that cry out to be told and retold because in the midst of death they rise to fill the air with life. Breathing Space is the story of a young woman, Heidi Neumark, and the Hispanic and African-American Lutheran church-aptly named Transfiguration-that took a chance calling on a pastor from a starkly different background. Despite living and working in a milieu of overwhelming poverty and violence, Neumark and the congregation encounter even more powerful forces of hope and renewal. This is the story of a church and a community creating space for new life and breath in a place where children suffer the highest asthma rates in the nation. It's also the story of a young woman-working, raising her children, and struggling for spiritual breathing space. Through poignant, intimate stories, Neumark charts her journey alongside her parishioners as pastor, church, and community grow in wisdom and together experience transformation.

Masters Of Space

Author : E. E. Smith
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Perseus snapped out of overdrive near the point of interest and Hilton stared, motionless and silent. Space was full of madly warring ships. Half of them were bare, giant skeletons of steel, like the "derelict" that had so unexpectedly blasted away from them. The others were more or less like the Perseus, except in being bigger, faster and of vastly greater power. Beams of starkly incredible power bit at and clung to equally capable defensive screens of pure force. As these inconceivable forces met, the glare of their neutralization filled all nearby space. And ships and skeletons alike were disappearing in chunks, blobs, gouts, streamers and sparkles of rended, fused and vaporized metal. Hilton watched two ships combine against one skeleton. Dozens of beams, incredibly tight and hard, were held inexorably upon dozens of the bulges of the skeleton. Overloaded, the bulges' screens flared through the spectrum and failed. And bare metal, however refractory, endures only for instants under the appalling intensity of such beams as those. The skeletons tried to duplicate the ships' method of attack, but failed. They were too slow. Not slow, exactly, either, but hesitant; as though it required whole seconds for the commander—or operator? Or remote controller?—of each skeleton to make it act. The ships were winning. "Hey!" Hilton yelped. "Oh—that's the one we saw back there. But what in all space does it think it's doing?" It was plunging at tremendous speed straight through the immense fleet of embattled skeletons. It did not fire a beam nor energize a screen; it merely plunged along as though on a plotted course until it collided with one of the skeletons of the fleet and both structures plunged, a tangled mass of wreckage, to the ground of the planet below. Then hundreds of the ships shot forward, each to plunge into and explode inside one of the skeletons. When visibility was restored another wave of ships came forward to repeat the performance, but there was nothing left to fight. Every surviving skeleton had blinked out of normal space.

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