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Futuristic Checkmate: 3 Great Classic Sci-Fi Novles
     

Futuristic Checkmate: 3 Great Classic Sci-Fi Novles

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by Ivar Jorgensen
 
This 740-page e-book compilation is comprised of three classic sci-fi novels, perfectly formatted with a linked Table of Contents by one of the greatest and most prolific writers in the genre.

Each of the novels can stand alone in there quality and visionary premises, which shows that Leinster was a worthy prophet of future times and worlds.

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This 740-page e-book compilation is comprised of three classic sci-fi novels, perfectly formatted with a linked Table of Contents by one of the greatest and most prolific writers in the genre.

Each of the novels can stand alone in there quality and visionary premises, which shows that Leinster was a worthy prophet of future times and worlds.

1. 10 From Infinity by Ivar Jorgensen
2. Rebels of the Red Planet by Charles L. Fontenay
3. The Planet Strappers by Raymond Z. Gallun

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013143319
Publisher:
Publisher of One and Last Reporter Publishing
Publication date:
07/27/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
446 KB

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This 740-page compilation is written by some of the most prolific and talented writers of the Golden Age of Science Fiction and Fantasy pulp. Their work easily stands up to and exceeds today's standards.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Murray Leinster has nothing to do with these stories as claimed by compiler Chet. Paul Fairman wrote Ten From Infinity but sometimes penned under Ivar Jorgensen. Chet Dembeck simply snatched text and illustrations straight from the Proj_Gtnbrg_org site; I hope the required 20% of profits goes back to Proj_Gtnbrg as the license states.