Twenty subtugs had been lost attempting to bring back oil from the undersea fields on the enemy's borders. A brilliant psychologist-electronics expert is planted in the crew of the subtug Ram to discover the reason. And the reason becomes terrifying reality when, miles deep in the ocean, the minds of the crew begin to crack...
Who controls power controls the Solar System, and Interplanetary Power, through its power accumulators controls power. Spencer Chambers, the president of Interplanetary Power, used that control to rule the Solar System with an iron thumb that allowed no dissent. When Russell Page and his friend Harry Wilson develop and alternative source of power they find themselves drawn into a conflict that will decide the fate of the system, and whether man will live in freedom or as slaves. Will they succeed, or will Interplanetary Power keep its Empire? with Includes Hellhounds of the Cosmos - When the Earth is threatened by beings from another dimension an army of ninety-nine brave men enters the fourth dimension to battle the Hellhounds of the Cosmos!
William Le Queux was a well known journalist and aviation enthusiast. Many of the works he wrote during his career are still read today.
Blessed Are the Meek is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by G. C. Edmondson is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of G. C. Edmondson then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.
Charlie has a new job. He gets to travel, and he meets interesting people, some of whom are actually pleased to see him.
It's good to have a friendly face, you see. At the end.
But the end of all things is coming. Charlie's boss and his three associates are riding out, and it's Charlie's job to go before.
Sometimes he is sent as a courtesy, sometimes as a warning. He never knows which.
Truce brings hope. A nameless slayer erases it. Can Linc save his family for good?As peace seems overwhelmed by random acts of suburban violence, Linc Freemore must stop an unknown murderer and save his wife and son. One killer becomes many, a conspiracy larger than he could conceive.As the tipping point of war is breached Linc must fight for his life, for his family and for his virtue.Apocalyptic Science Fiction Story. 67 pages (16.626 words)Oil To Ashes Part 2, 'Truce'Truce brings hope. A nameless slayer erases it. Can Linc save his family for good?As peace seems overwhelmed by random acts of suburban violence, Linc Freemore must stop an unknown murderer and save his wife and son. One killer becomes many, a conspiracy larger than he could conceive.Linc already gave his son's childhood to the company. For a better life. Is that lost too? As the tipping point of war is breached Linc must fight viciously for his life, for his family and for his own virtue.Contains Graphic Violence.
Jonny Hooker has been picked as a WINNER! and all he has to do to claim his prize is to solve the Da-da-de-da-da Code. Jonny knows that beat; it always turns up in popular music - like 'Waltzing Matilda', or the National Anthem. And it has something to do with the Devil's Chord. And with Robert Johnson (who sold his soul to the Devil), whose blues influenced a generation of musicians. And it definitely has something to do with Elvis, who is still alive and rocking (of course). And with the Secret Parliament of Five, who meet in Gunnersbury Park to dictate world affairs. And when he solves the Da-da-de-da-da Code, Jonny will also discover why all the most famous rock musicians die aged twenty-seven, the truth about raising an ancient god, and the destruction of the world. It's all right there in the music. All Jonny has to do is to crack that code. Before he dies on Monday.
This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.This collection of literature attempts to compile many of the classic works that have stood the test of time and offer them at a reduced, affordable price, in an attractive volume so that everyone can enjoy them.
Armed only with squirt guns and water balloons, A 10 year old, orphan girl, and her Artificially Intelligent toy Koala, take on thousands of rogue Ai toys, deceitful humans, and gods to save the universe.Content synopsis: There are two things which can deeply shock people’s hearts, one is the sublime code of ethics in our hearts, and the other one is the gorgeous starry sky over our heads-- Kant.When Sheilor held back his eyes from this line of words, really saw those numerous like sesames stars behind the dust for the first time, was not shocked by, but was angry instead: The stars outside of the region’s sky are so dazzling, who can bear it? If he is shined by these lights everyday, it’s afraid that he will become those stupid wild cats shined by the headlamp in the mine tunnel!So Sheilor gave up the dream to become an auxiliary officer of a noble female warship commander, began to fall in the effect of the gravitation force, fall, fall to become a nonnative poor boy to guard the entrance, a selling body poor man, an engaged in trivial works male nanny… In the magnificent upsurge big era, showing the white teeth, narrowing the eyes and having the silly smile, clothing in the inexplicable splendor, marching toward the nobody knows distance one step by one step.……………………Sheilor, a citizen of the East Forest Region, left from a deserted half-abandoned planet, possessed some bizarre knowledge in his mind, his body also possessed the strength that nobody ever got in touch with in this world, not confused at all and only contented with his lot absurdly to enter into this most boring and also most interesting world.The life of the Guest, should be very exciting.
The Prophetic Camera is presented here in a high quality paperback edition. This popular classic work by John McGreevey is in the English language, and may not include graphics or images from the original edition. If you enjoy the works of John McGreevey then we highly recommend this publication for your book collection.
The authority of the Syndicate Worlds’ government is crumbling, and civil war and rebellion are breaking out, despite brutal attempts to suppress disorder. In the Midway Star System, leaders must decide whether to remain loyal to the old order or fight for something new. Betrayed by his government, CEO Artur Drakon launches a battle for control of Midway. He is assisted by an ally he’s unsure he can trust, CEO Gwen Iceni. While she controls the mobile fleet, she has no choice but to rely on "General" Drakon’s ground forces to keep the peace planet-side. If their coup is to succeed, Drakon and Iceni must put their differences aside to defend Midway against the alien threat of the enigma race -- and to ferret out saboteurs determined to re-establish Syndic rule…
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Merlin awakes from a terrifying accident not knowing who, or where she is. All she knows for certain, is that this is not her world ... Bewildered and alone, Merlin sets out through an alien landscape to try and discover the truth about herself - as terrifying as it may be!
The first three chapters of The War in the Air relate details of the life of Bert Smallways and his extended family in Bun Hill – a (fictional) former Kentish village which had become a London suburb within living memory (in many ways similar to Bromley where Wells was born). The story begins with Bert's brother Tom, a stolid greengrocer who views technological progress with suspicion and apprehension (which would turn out to be all too well founded) and their aged father, who recalls with longing the time when Bun Hill was a quiet village and he had driven the local squire's carriage. However, the story soon focuses on Bert who is an unimpressive, not particularly gifted, unsuccessful young man with few ideas about larger things – but far from unintelligent. He has a strong attachment to a young woman named Edna, and works as a helper and later a partner in a bicycle shop. When bankruptcy threatens one summer, he and his partner abandon the shop, devise a singing act ("the Desert Dervishes"), and resolve to try their fortunes in English sea resorts. As chance would have, their initial performance is interrupted by a balloon which lands on the beach before them, and which turns out to contain one Mr. Butteridge. Butteridge is famous for his successful invention of an easily manoeuvrable fixed-wing aircraft whose secret he has not revealed and that he is seeking to sell to the British government or, failing that, to Germany. Prior to Butteridge, nobody had succeeded in producing a practical heavier-than-air machine, only a few awkward devices of limited utility such as the German "Drachenflieger", which had to be towed aloft and released from an airship. Butteridge's invention is a major breakthrough, as it is highly manoeuvrable, capable of both very fast and very slow flight, and requires only a small area to take off and land, reminiscent of the later autogyro. By accident Bert is carried off in Butteridge's balloon, and discovers Butteridge's secret plans on board it. Bert is clever enough to appraise his situation, and when the balloon is shot down in a secret German "aeronautic park east of Hamburg," Bert intends to pass himself off as Butteridge to sell the secret. However, he has stumbled upon the German air fleet just as it is about to launch a surprise attack on the United States - and Prince Karl Albert, the author and leader of this plan, decides to take him along for the campaign. The Prince, world-famous as "The German Alexander" or Napoleon, is a living manifestation of German Nationalism and boundless imperial ambitions, his personality as depicted by Wells in some ways resembling that of Kaiser Wilhelm II. Bert's disguise is soon seen through by the Germans, and – narrowly avoiding being summarily thrown overboard by the furious Prince – he is relegated to the role of a witness to the true horror of war.