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Restaurant at the End of the Universe38 %
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Andromeda's Choice31 %
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For Those Who Fell (A Legion of the Damned Novel)41 %
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  • Jules Verne's 1869 novel Around the Moon, also known as Circling the Moon and All Around the Moon, is the follow-up to his 1865 book From the Earth to the Moon. The journey to the Moon, which was merely started in the first novel, is continued in this science fiction story. The two were occasionally merged in later English publications under the heading From the Earth to the Moon and Around It. The 1902 motion picture A Trip to the Moon was based on the books From the Earth to the Moon and Around the Moon. The massive Columbiad space gun fires the bullet-shaped projectile from the Baltimore Gun Club into space, along with its three occupants, Barbicane, Nicholl, and Michel Ardan, to begin the five-day voyage to the Moon. A small, brilliant asteroid flies by them within a few hundred yards a few minutes into the flight, but it avoids colliding with the projectile. The asteroid was dragged into the Earth's gravity and transformed into a second moon.
 
  • The most read James De Mille book is A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder. It was serialized anonymously and posthumously in Harper's Weekly, and Harper and Brothers of New York City released it as a book in 1888. Following that, it was serialized in the UK and Australia and published as a book in the UK and Canada. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, later versions were printed using the plates of the first Harper & Brothers edition. The satirical and fantastical romance is based on an imagined semi-tropical continent in Antarctica that is home to prehistoric monsters and a group of people who worship death known as the Kosekin. It predates the exotic setting and fantasy-adventure elements of works of the "Lost World genre," such as Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World and Edgar Rice Burroughs' The Land That Time Forgot, as well as countless prehistoric world movies loosely based on these and other works, and was written many years before it was published. It is reminiscent of Edgar Allan Poe's The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket. Edgar Allan Poe's Ms. Found in a Bottle served as both the source for the title and the setting.
 
  • Science fiction author H. G. Wells wrote a book titled The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth.In Book I, two new characters are introduced: Professor Redwood, who becomes interested in ""Growth"" after analysing response times, and Mr. Bensington, a research chemist with a focus on ""the More Toxic Alkaloids."" After a year of investigation and experimentation, he discovers how to produce what he initially refers to as ""the Food of the Gods"" but eventually refers to as Herakleophorbia IV. The material is given to kids, who then balloon to huge sizes.Albert Edward Caddles, Mrs. Skinner's grandson, is described in Book II as becoming into a symbol of ""the arrival of Bigness in the world."" Wells uses the opportunity to parody the Church of England clergy and the conservative rural nobility while illustrating life in a poor tiny community.Caddles, the protagonist, decides to see the world rather than spend his life working in a chalk pit. The relationship between the nameless princess and the young giant Redwood is sensitively depicted in Book III's epilogue. Just as Caterham undertakes a campaign to subdue the giants, their romance begins to flourish. The planet is on the edge of a protracted conflict between the ""small people"" and the Children of the Food as the book comes to an end.
 
  • English author H. G. Wells published his science fiction book The Island of Doctor Moreau in 1896. (1866–1946). Edward Prendick, a guy who became trapped and was saved by a passing boat, tells the story of the book. On the island where Dr. Moreau resides, he is left behind. The mad scientist Dr. Moreau vivisect animals to create hybrid creatures that resemble humans. Numerous themes are covered in the book, such as suffering and cruelty, moral accountability, human identity, interference with nature by humans, and the impact of trauma. According to Wells, it was "an exercise in youthful blasphemy." One of Wells's best-known works, The Island of Doctor Moreau, is a classic example of early science fiction. The book is considered to be the first example of the science fiction concept known as "uplift," in which a more intelligent race interferes with an animal species' evolution to raise it to a higher degree of intelligence. It has frequently been transformed into a film and other forms of media. Englishman Edward Prendick, a graduate in science, is able to survive a shipwreck in the southern Pacific Ocean. He is taken onboard the Ipecacuanha, a passing ship, where Montgomery revives him.
 
  • A Princess of Mars, the first volume in his Barsoom series, was written by American novelist Edgar Rice Burroughs. From February to July 1912, it was first serialized in the pulp publication All-Story Magazine. The book, which features plenty of swordplay and valiant acts, is recognized as a classic example of pulp fiction from the 20th century. It also serves as a pivotal example of the planetary romance subgenre of science fiction, which gained popularity in the decades that followed its publication. Its opening chapters also contain elements of the Western genre. Mars, which is portrayed in the book as a dying planet with a harsh desert climate, serves as the setting. This representation of Mars was produced based on the work of astronomer Percival Lowell, whose views gained broad support in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Several well-known science fiction authors from the 20th century, including Jack Vance, Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clarke, Robert A. Heinlein, and John Norman, were influenced by the Barsoom trilogy. Many scientists working in the disciplines of space travel and the hunt for extraterrestrial life found inspiration in the book, including Carl Sagan, who read A Princess of Mars as a young boy.  
 
  • The science fiction book The Poison Belt is written by British author Arthur Conan Doyle.According to Challenger's forecast, the Earth is sliding into a belt of deadly ether that would likely suffocate humanity based on how it affected the Sumatran people earlier in the day. He invites his Lost World friends to meet him at his property outside of London and tells them to each ""bring oxygen."" They see how people's behavior becomes agitated and chaotic as they travel there.Finally, the final oxygen cylinder is depleted, and they open a window in preparation for their demise. They expect to perish, but to their astonishment they survive, determining that the Earth has now crossed the toxic belt. In Challenger's automobile, they travel across the lifeless countryside before landing in London.The world reawakens without them being aware that they have lost any time at all, and they learn upon returning to Challenger's home that the ether's influence was just momentary. As a result of the enormous amount of death and destruction brought on by runaway machines and fires that occurred while people were sleeping, Challenger and his companions are eventually able to persuade the world of what actually occurred, and humanity is shocked into placing a higher value on life.
 
  • The People That Time Forgot is a fantasy book by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs, this is Burroughs's second book in his Caspak trilogy. The pulpy male adventure is found in The Land that Time Forgot. In the first tale, a shipbuilder named Bowen Tyler and his love interest Lys La Rue is on a cruise ship headed for France when a German U-boat sinks it. Following a grueling series of action scenes, the couple and their devoted dog are left stranded on an uncharted continent known as Caprona, or Caspak by the locals. Then, the story takes a turn to Tom Billings, secretary of the Tyler shipbuilding business embarks on a rescue mission to the ancient island of Caspak in order to save his friend, but after his aircraft is shot down by a pterodactyl, he is forced to enlist the aid of a stunning cavewoman to navigate the increasingly sophisticated human societies that live there. In the sequel, the book prompts a hunt for the missing survivors aboard the yacht "Toreador" under the direction of Billings, a former Tyler classmate. This story can take the readers to an adventurous emotion that how Tom Billings successfully turned his rescue mission!
 
  • The fourth book in the Barsoom series and a science fantasy, Thuvia, Maid of Mars is written by American author Edgar Rice Burroughs. The protagonists of the previous three novels in the series, John Carter and Dejah Thoris are no longer the main characters in this book; instead, it is their son, Carthoris. The story starts with Carthoris who is in love with Thuvia. Unfortunately, Kulan Tith, Jeddak of Kaol, has Thuvia's pledge. Now the only thing that can end a man and woman's engagement is death. Carthoris finds himself in a difficult situation as a result of this circumstance. Thuvia experiences the typical Burroughsian heroine's destiny of being abducted and in need of rescue, so Carthoris sets out to find the love of his life. The story turns out that Carthoris is blamed for Thuvia’s kidnap. Read this amazing book by Edgar Rice Burroughs to find out how he handles the situation and saves his love.
 
  • American author Edgar Rice Burroughs wrote a science fantasy book titled The Warlord of Mars. The Gods of Mars, the first book in the series, ended abruptly where this one picks up. The story opens with the wife of John Carter and two other women are imprisoned in a slowly revolving jail linked to the Temple of the Sun, which is only accessible to outside world once a year. Meanwhile, Xodar, a friend of Carter's, has taken over as the new Jeddak of the black Martian First Born, and the white Martian therns who oppose the traditional religion now have a new leader. The Holy Hekkador Matai Shang is one of the people who still supports the ancient, discredited religion. Meanwhile, Xodar, a friend of Carter's, has taken over as the new Jeddak of the black Martian First Born, and the white Martian therns who oppose the traditional religion now have a new leader. The Holy Hekkador Matai Shang is one of the people who still supports the ancient, discredited religion. Later, the story takes John Carter to the north polar cap where he discovers the Yellow Martians, who live on the north polar cap behind a ring-shaped ice barrier. Will our hero die as a result of this frozen civilization?  
 

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