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Invasion of the Killer Tapeworms (screenplay) by T.A. Parker
The Strange Fall of Marlon Applewood by G.W. Jefferies
Prey World 1 - Citizen 1-564398B-278843 by Alexander Merow
Prey World 2 - Rebellion Beyond by Alexander Merow
Prey World 3 - Organized Rage by Alexander Merow
Ally Oop Among the Ulysses Trees by Lenny Everson
80AD - The Jewel of Asgard (Book 1) by Aiki Flinthart
80AD - The Hammer of Thor (Book 2) by Aiki Flinthart
80AD - The Tekhen of Anuket (Book 3) by Aiki Flinthart
80AD - The Sudarshana (Book 4) by Aiki Flinthart
80AD - The Yu Dragon (Book 5) by Aiki Flinthart
Status Quo. Part 1 of the Oolite Saga by Drew Wagar
Mutabilis. Part 2 of the Oolite Saga by Drew Wagar
Incursio. Part 3 of the Oolite Saga by Drew Wagar
Finis. Part 4 of the Oolite Saga by Drew Wagar
The Garden Wall by Lichfield Dean
Everyone In Silico by Jim Munroe
The Return of the Mayan by J. Albert Rorabacher
Mug Shot by Edward Winslow
Trouble Brewing by Edward Winslow
Seasons of Shadow by Charles Roland Berry
Cyber Soldiers by Francis Branney
In Her Name: Empire by Michael R. Hicks
Final Solution 7 by Alexander Hope
A Dry Seed by Lee Willard
Yoonbarla by Lee Willard
Lhar by Lee Willard
Zhlindu by Lee Willard
Lost Tales of Power - Vol I: The Enemy of an Enemy by Vincent Trigli
The Man Who Could Not Be Seen by Charles Coiro
From Lee Willard's A Dry Seed : They all built different universes, but almost all were free of biting insects. The journey to 61 Cygni had taken almost a hundred years, even with the advanced Bussard power that let them accelerate half the way here and decelerate the other half. Unlike the mortals, who had no choice and had to go frozen, most Angels chose not to suspend themselves but continued their lives in their universes thruout the whole journey. Their lives were effected only by the fact that their communications to anyone outside the expedition took longer ...