The Science Fiction Omnibus #2 (Serapis Classics) - Mark Clifton, Alex Apostolides, C. M. Kornbluth, Jerome Bixby, Russell Burton, Walter Bupp, Raymond Jones, Arthur Feldman, Murray Leinster, Allan Danzig, Bradner Buckner, Stephen Barr, Mack Reynolds, Milton Lesser, Sterner Meek, Frank Banta, Frank Herbert, H. Beam Piper, Francis Stevens, Fritz Leiber, James Schmitz & Robert Abernathy

The Science Fiction Omnibus #2 (Serapis Classics)

By Mark Clifton, Alex Apostolides, C. M. Kornbluth, Jerome Bixby, Russell Burton, Walter Bupp, Raymond Jones, Arthur Feldman, Murray Leinster, Allan Danzig, Bradner Buckner, Stephen Barr, Mack Reynolds, Milton Lesser, Sterner Meek, Frank Banta, Frank Herbert, H. Beam Piper, Francis Stevens, Fritz Leiber, James Schmitz & Robert Abernathy

  • Release Date: 2017-10-27
  • Genre: Sci-Fi

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The second volume of the Science Fiction Omnibus! Featuring the following masterpieces of sci-fi:

WE'RE CIVILIZED!, by Mark Clifton & Alex Apostolides
WITH THESE HANDS, by C.M. Kornbluth
WHERE THERE'S HOPE, by Jerome Bixby
WEAK ON SQUARE ROOTS, by Russell Burton
VIGORISH, by Walter Bupp
THE MEMORY OF MARS, by Raymond Jones
THE MATHEMATICIANS, by Arthur Feldman
THE INVADERS, by Murray Leinster
THE GREAT NEBRASKA SEA, by Allan Danzig
THE DAY TIME STOPPED MOVING, by Bradner Buckner
I AM A NUCLEUS, by Stephen Barr
GUN FOR HIRE, by Mack Reynolds
THE GRAVEYARD OF SPACE, by Milton Lesser
THE GREAT DROUGHT, by Sterner Meek
HANDYMAN, by Frank Banta
NAUDSONCE, by H. Beam Piper
THE FEELING, by Roger Dee
MY FAIR PLANET, by Evelyn E. Smith
FRIEND ISLAND, by Francis Stevens
THE CARNIVORE, by G.A. Morris
A GIFT FROM EARTH, by Manly Banister
LET THERE BE LIGHT, by Horace Fyfe
RIYA'S FOUNDLING, by Algis Budrys
SPACE STATION 1, by Frank Long
BULLET WITH HIS NAME, by Fritz Leiber
I'M A STRANGER HERE MYSELF, by Mack Reynolds
THE AMBASSADOR, by Sam Merwin, Jr.
GONE FISHING, by James Schmitz
JUNIOR, by Robert Abernathy
HALL OF MIRRORS, by Frederic Brown
GRAVEYARD OF DREAMS, by H. Beam Piper
OPERATION HAYSTACK, by Frank Herbert

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