Ahoy, Sci Fi!

We’ve been inundated by eighty (that’s right, eighty) new Sci-Fi titles for our Bargain Books section, all published in or around the 1970s! There are some fantastic authors here, and the books are beyond compare: All of these books are hardcover, part of the Science Fiction Book Club which is still in motion to this day. We’ve priced each of them at either $4, $5 or $6, depending on the title/author and condition of the book. If you wish to reserve any of the titles we’ve listed below, please do not hesitate to contact us. They’re going fast.

And now for a photo:

 

SCI-FI BARGAIN BOOKS

  • Ellison Wonderland by Harlan Ellison
  • Xeno by D.F. Jones
  • Gray Matters by William Hjortsberg
  • Inconstant Moon by Larry Niven
  • Arrive at Easterwine by R.A. Lafferty
  • The Priests of Psi by Frank Herbert
  • The Stainless Steel Rat Saves the World by Harry Harrison
  • Twin Planets by Philip E. High
  • The Stone That Never Came Down by John Brunner
  • The Stainless Steel Rat Wants You by Harry Harrison
  • You Must Remember Us…? by Leonard Daventry
  • The Lucifer Experiment by Adrian Cole
  • The Anarchistic Colossus by A.E. Van Vogt
  • The God Machine by William Jon Watkins
  • Roadmarks by Roger Zelazny
  • Visions & Ventures by Theodore Sturgeon
  • The Reefs of Earth by R.A. Lafferty
  • Inverted World by Christopher Priest
  • A Wreath of Stars by Bob Shaw
  • The Doors of His Face The Lamps of His Mouth & Other Stories by Roger Zelazny
  • Oil-Seeker by Michael Elder
  • The Survival Game by Colin Kapp
  • Shipwreck by Charles Logan
  • A Different Light by Elizabeth A. Lynn
  • All My Sins Remembered by Joe Haldeman
  • The Faded Sun: Kutath by C.J. Cherryh
  • The Faded Sun: Kesrith by C.J. Cherryh
  • The Faded Sun: Shon’Jir by C.J. Cherryh
  • Eyes of Amber by Joan D. Vinge
  • Somerset Dreams and Other Fictions by Kate Wilhelm
  • The Jonah Kit by Ian Watson
  • The Martian Inca by Ian Watson
  • Alien Embassy by Ian Watson
  • Miracle Visitors by Ian Watson
  • DeathHunter by Ian Watson
  • Mockingbird by Walter Tevis
  • The Stars in Shroud by Gregory Benford
  • Hello Summer, Goodbye by Michael Coney
  • Leviathan’s Deep by Jayge Carr
  • The Stochastic Man by Robert Silverberg
  • Cirque by Terry Carr
  • The Face by Jack Vance
  • Killer Pine by Lindsay Gutteridge
  • Mardoc by Ronald A. McQueen
  • King David’s Spaceship by Jerry Pournelle
  • Man Plus by Frederick Pohl
  • The Cool War by Frederick Pohl
  • A Dream of Wessex by Christopher Priest
  • An Infinite Summer by Christopher Priest
  • The Wandering Worlds by Terry Greenhough
  • Orbitsville by Bob Shaw
  • Ship of Strangers by Bob Shaw
  • Dagger of the Mind by Bob Shaw
  • The Ceres Solution by Bob Shaw
  • The Visitors by Clifford D. Simak
  • A Heritage of Stars by Clifford D. Simak
  • The Fellowship of the Talisman by Clifford D. Simak
  • Domino by Richard Cowper
  • The Road to Corlay by Richard Cowper
  • Worlds Apart by Richard Cowper
  • Star Probe by Joseph Green
  • The Grain Kings by Keith Roberts
  • The Night of Kadar by Garry Kilworth
  • Midworld by Alan Dean Foster
  • The Typhon Intervention by Douglas R. Mason
  • Wonder-Worlds: Stories by William F. Nolan
  • Frostworld and Dreamfire by John Morressy
  • The Five Doors by Jack Rhys
  • Maxwell’s Demon by Martin Sherwood
  • Shadrach in the Furnace by Robert Silverberg
  • The Kramer Project by Robert A. Smith
  • The Lincoln Hunters by Wilson Tucker
  • Deathbeast by David Gerrold

 
 

SCI-FI FICTION SELECTIONS
(titles comprised of many of the above-listed authors)

  • The Crystal Ship: 3 Novellas by Vonda N. McIntyre, Marta Randall & Joan D. Vinge
  • Starry Messenger: The Best of Galileo (edited by Charles C. Ryan)
  • Futurelove: 3 Novellas by Anne McCaffrey, Joan Hunter Holly & Jeffrey A. Carver
  • Aries1: Selections (edited by John Grant)
  • New Writings in SF 23 (edited by Kenneth Bulmer)
  • Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year III
  • Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year IV
  • Best Science Fiction Stories of the Year V

 

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