e-books in Galaxy Sci-Fi Novels category
by C. L. Moore - The Galaxy Publishing Corporation , 1954
One of the strangest, and surely one of the most imaginative stories ever written, C.L. Moore's first novel 'Shambleau' was hailed by readers, authors, and editors as the debut of a truly gifted writer during the golden age of science fiction.
by Sam Merwin Jr. - The Galaxy Publishing Corporation , 1953
Dr Julius Conrad of the Wellington Institute for the Study of the Humanities has developed a radical hypothesis: Namely, that the work of most geniuses, past and present, has been directed by minds from a ruthless future ...
by Lewis Padgett - The Galaxy Publishing Corporation , 1954
It concerns Robert Cameron, trained in applied psychology, who finds himself being driven insane by a strange, unfathomable force. As an experienced psychometrician he fights the terrifying hallucinations. He knows his job is vital ...
by David V. Reed - The Galaxy Publishing Corporation , 1954
There is a place in the asteroid belt called the Hive. It is a deadly whirl of destruction filled with thousands of spiraling asteroids -- where no spaceship can enter and return in one piece. And deep within it lurks an unsolved murder.
by S. Fowler Wright - Gerard Arthus , 1949
When George is transported to a far-future Earth, he finds himself caught between two very different species of humanity --the Amphibians, dwellers of the deeps, and the giant Dwellers, rulers of the large island that constitutes the major land mass.
by James Blish - Gerard Arthus , 1952
Danny was an average copywriter, until he suddenly found he had ESP. His knowledge of the future is astonishing, and the rest of Danny's powers are just beginning. But someone has plans for Danny: a group of sinister men bent on world domination ...
by Cyril Judd - Gerard Arthus , 1961
A rocketing, sensational expose of sin in space: a story about a drug deadlier than heroin, more vicious than morphine -- this was the Martian narcotic that drenched a planet in crime and perversion! This is Galaxy Science Fiction novel number 46.
by Clifford D. Simak - Gerard Arthus , 1951
Mankind is united under the rule of a single corporation and has begun to explore and settle the stars. The corporation maintains its monopoly on energy. But that's about to change and the corporation will do anything to hold onto its power ...
by Mark Clifton, Frank Riley - Gerard Arthus , 1958
The government ordered it built: a thinking machine that could foresee catastrophe and eliminate human error. Research trainee Joe Carter sees another possibility -- create a machine that will make ordinary people telepathic -- and immortal.
by L. Ron Hubbard - Gerard Arthus , 1940
Professor James Lowry doesn't believe in ghosts, the supernatural, the surreal, or any type of dark fantasy. Not until a gentle spring evening when his hat disappeared, and suddenly he couldn't remember the last four hours of his life.
by Jack Williamson - Gerard Arthus , 1954
A brilliant scientist creates the humanoids - sleek black androids programmed to serve humanity. But are they perfect servants - or perfect masters? Slowly the humanoids spread throughout the galaxy, threatening to stifle all human endeavor.
by Wilson Tucker - Gerard Arthus , 1951
This is the story of an expedition, a strange and exciting expedition of one man and an army of women. He had come into the land of the women suddenly and without warning. Tall, bronzed, muscular, he stood out among their pale skins and meek spirits.
by Lewis Padgett - Gerard Arthus , 1952
Clifford Sawyer, investigating ghosts in a mine, finds ancient beings from another world -- and gets swept up in a titanic struggle between for control of a parallel dimension. This novel was originally published in 'Startling Stories', in 1952.
by J. Leslie Mitchell - The Galaxy Publishing Corporation , 1932
When their transatlantic airship is destroyed, three survivors find themselves in a lost world 25,000 years in the past, a world peopled by Neanderthals and Cro-Magnons. Claire Stranlay must somehow survive and does so in the only way she knows how.
by Murray Leinster - Gerard Arthus , 1949
Rod wanted to have the first real spaceship capable of putting up a fight. He believed it might need to fight. But anyhow he was still in command of the construction of the space-ship now building and he'd command it when it took off from Earth ...
by S. Fowler Wright - Gerard Arthus , 1950
I looked upward, and the three great stars of Orion's belt showed through the fog. If I were indeed transported to some remote and future time, at least the same stars were there, without fundamental change, even of their positions in the heavens.
by James Blish - Gerard Arthus , 1951
Tipton Bond was a man who lived for challenges - and Earth had no more challenges for him. But on Xota: One of the giants' faces bent over him, sardonically benign. You are a denizen of a planet which the Warriors of Day will reach and engulf ...
by Jack Williamson - Gerard Arthus , 1950
This is Jack Williamson's early 'space opera' science fiction tale, first serialized in Astounding Stories in 1934, and published in book form by Fantasy Press in 1947. 'Galaxy Science Fiction Novels' were published for distribution to newsstands.
by Jay Franklin - Crowell-Collier Pub. , 1950
Lieutenant Jacklin is blown up in a thorium bomb explosion while on the battleship Alaska. He awakens in the body of Winnie Tompkins who had perpetrated the explosion. As Tompkins, he learns of a plot by German agents to poison Franklin D. Roosevelt.