Glen Runciter is dead. Or is it that his team of anti-psychics led are all dead? Dick’s surreal masterpiece questions the nature of reality, an existential nightmare trapped in half-life.
By the time he was named the third Science Fiction Grand Master in 1977, Clifford D. Simak had already been …
Ten stories of horror, fantasy, and science-fiction that come bundled in the one Tor/Orb version of I Am Legend. Mostly old magazine reprints; mostly hit or miss.
Battered, burned, and captured, the man who will call himself Earl Drake is looking for an escape route out of a hospital ward. That escape comes in the form of a Pakistani plastic surgeon.
To be honest, I’m not a big horror fiction reader, in part because I’m not sure where to start. Though I do get a kick out of horror novel covers. Like these very ambient covers for Avon in the late 1960s; very evocative, definitely horror, nice colors, and an interesting running theme (same angle, same color pattern).
Girl born with severe physical deformities is encased in titanium and linked up to become the “brain” of a starship. Collects various stories of her many adventures.
Three loosely related novels of adventure set in a universe which could never be: it uses Hoyle’s obsolescent steady-state physics as a backdrop.
Hapless New York cabbie gets a hot tip on a winning horse, but somebody offs his bookie before he’s paid. Now he’s looking to collect. Fantastic old romp by Westlake.
You never know what you’re going to find at library bag sales; those things are a great dumping place for …
Witty radiologist vacationing in Spain finds himself mixed up in murder and intrigue; he has to stay one step ahead of a French-speaking cowboy, a crazy mathematician, and a dwarf wealthy beyond measure. Really.