Skylark Books In Publication Order
- The Skylark Of Space (1928)
- Skylark Three (1930)
- Skylark of Valeron (1934)
- Skylark Duquesne (1965)
Lensman Books In Publication Order
- Galatic Patrol (1937)
- Children of the Lens (1947)
- Triplanetary (1948)
- First Lensman (1950)
- Gray Lensman (1951)
- Second Stage Lensman (1953)
- Masters of the Vortex (1960)
Subspace Books In Publication Order
- Subspace Explorers (1965)
- Subspace Encounter (1983)
Family d’Alembert Books In Publication Order
- The Imperial Stars (1976)
- Stranglers’ Moon (1976)
- The Clockwork Traitor (1977)
- Getaway World (1977)
- The Purity Plot (1978)
- Appointment at Bloodstar (1978)
- Planet of Treachery (1981)
- Eclipsing Binaries (1983)
- The Omicron Invasion (1984)
- Revolt of the Galaxy (1985)
Lord Tedric Books In Publication Order
- Lord Tedric (1978)
- The Space Pirates (1979)
- Alien Realms (1980)
- Black Knight of the Iron Sphere (1981)
- Space Pirates Tedric 2 (By:Gordon Eklund) (2012)
Standalone Novels In Publication Order
- Spacehounds of Ipc (1931)
- Masters Of Space (1961)
- The Galaxy Primes (1965)
The Golden Age of Science Fiction Books In Publication Order
- The Golden Age of Science Fiction – Volume XIV (With: Harry Harrison) (2018)
- The Golden Age of Science Fiction – Volume XII (By:,,,,,,C.L. Moore) (2018)
Anthologies In Publication Order
- The Golden Age of Science Fiction – Volume XIV (2018)
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E.E. “Doc” Smith Books Overview
In this exhilarating sequel to The Skylark of Space, momentous danger again stalks genius inventor and interplanetary adventurer Dr. Richard Seaton. Seaton’s allies on the planet Kondal are suffering devastating attacks by the forces of the Third Planet. Even worse, the menacing and contemptuous Fenachrones are threatening to conquer the galaxy and wipe out all who oppose them. And don t forget the dastardly machinations of Seaton s arch nemesis, DuQuesne, who embarks on a nefarious mission of his own. Against such vile foes and impossible odds, how is victory possible?
Featuring even more technological wizardry, alien worlds, and all out action than its predecessor, Skylark Three is hailed by many as the imaginative high point of the Skylark series.
A pioneer of the space opera, E. E. ‘Doc’ Smith 1890 1965 profoundly influenced the development of American science fiction. Smith s books include the classic Lensman series. Jack Williamson is the author of numerous classic novels, including The Humanoids and Terraforming Earth. He has been inducted into the Science Fiction and Fantasy Hall of Fame.
This book picks up where Skylark III leaves off. Our hero families are in deep space when they are attacked by the intellectuals. Inorder to survive the attack they rotate into the 4th demention and are captured. They must make it back to 3space and find their way home. Unfortunatly they find themselves hopelessly lost but are able to save another race and make their way home!
The Galactic Patrol’s Lensmen are the most feared peacekeepers in the Galaxy. The ‘Lens,’ a telepathic jewel matched to the ego of its wearer, is the ultimate weapon in the war against the merciless pirate Boskone and his forces of lawlessness. The only problem is the Galactic Patrol isn’t sure how to capitalize on the Lens’ incredible powers, but new graduate Kimball Kinnison is determined to learn. Taking command of the experimental fighting ship, the Brittania, Kinnison and his crew set off on a journey of harrowing adventures, coming face to face with deadly space creatures, and the evil pirate Helmuth…
who may be the dreaded Boskone himself. Read by Reed McColm. 9 CD’s 10 Hrs.
Triplanetary was first serialized in Amazing Stories in 1934 and it later on formed the first of the Lensman series, where it set the stage for what is one of the greatest space opera sagas ever written. This original publication brings us to a distant planet inhabited by a highly developed aquatic race called the Nevians. They have managed to harness the atomic power of iron and have an enormous need for the metal to generate energy, but their planet has virtually no iron reserves. They build a spaceship to venture into the universe and find iron. Eventually they discover that Earth has huge amounts of iron and the Nevians start to extract all the iron out of Pittsburgh with a special ray. This ray shoots into the city and immediately vaporizes and removes any iron from the buildings, machines, earth, and even from human blood. It is up to Conway Costigan, a mercilessly competent, two fisted whiz agent of the military Triplanetary Service, and his colleagues to save the planet.
In First Lensman, we find the benevolent super beings of Arisia ready to bestow the first ‘lens’ on a human being which, among other things, will give humans telepathic powers. The honor goes to Virgil Samms, who will ever after be known as the ‘First Lensman.’ But it’s a title that he’ll have to earn by establishing the Galactic Patrol, a group that is at once powerful and incorruptible, and will protect the universe from the evil and almost unstoppable Eddorians. If that weren’t tough enough, Samms must also dodge assassination attempts at home and help his second in command, Rod ‘The Rock’ Kinnison, win the presidency of North America. And that’s just the beginning of his troubles.
Space Duel to the Death. Somewhere among the galaxies was the stronghold of Boskone a network of brilliant interplanetary criminals whose mania for conquest threatened the future o all civilization. But Where? Boskanian bases dotted the universe shielded by gigantic thought screens that defied penetration. It was up to Lensman Kim Kinnison, using his fantastic mental powers, to infiltrate the Boskonian strongholds and learn the location of the enemy’s Grand Base and smash it forever! from book’s back cover
Classic space opera adventure, Book 1 in the ‘Family D’Alembert’ series. The Empire of Earth, spanning more than a thousand solar systems, is threatened by a conspiracy from within. Now, with more than three quarters of the Galaxy ready to fall into enemy hands, the Empire is forced to call on its top secret weapon: the renowned Circus of the Galaxy featuring the d’Alembert family, a clan of circus performers with uncanny abilities. But even these super agents may not be in time to save the Empire.
Classic space opera adventure, Book 3 in the ‘Family D’Alembert’ series. By law, Princess Edna, heir to the interstellar Empire of Earth, must marry a commoner. But as she travels through her domain, word comes of a mysterious threat to her succession. It’s up to Jules and Yvette d’Alembert and their family of circus performers, all agents of the Empire, to uncover this bizarre plot before it can wreak havoc for all of humanity.
First book of The Lord Tedric series of space operas, expanded by Eklund from the original story by E. E. Doc Smith which was first published in Universe Science Fiction in 1954: published here as a collaboration, though Gordon Eklund was not credited in the UK Allan Wingate edition the US edition also published earlier in 1978 was paperback only.
One of the most fascinating mysteries of the heavens is the comet. It goes through space, gets near enough to the earth to be seen, and then goes off and disappears in celestial distance. Often it has a hyperbolic orbit, which would make it impossible to come back. Yet it may return apparently contradicting the geometry of conic sections. This only goes to prove once more that it is risky to say anything is impossible…
A good many of us who are now certain beyond a doubt that space travel will forever remain in the realm of the impossible, probably would, if a rocket that were shot to the moon, for instance, did arrive, and perhaps return to give proof of its safe arrival on our satellite, accept the phenomenon in a perfectly blas , twentieth century manner. Dr. Smith, that phenomenal writer of classic scientific fiction, seems to have become so thoroughly convinced of the advent of interplanetary travel that it is difficult for the reader to feel, after finishing Spacehounds of Ipc, that travel in the great spaces is not already an established fact. Dr. Smith, as a professional chemist, is kept fairly busy. As a writer, he is satisfied with nothing less than perfection. For that reason, a masterpiece from his pen has become almost an annual event. We know you will like Spacehounds even better than the Skylark series.
Jarvis Hilton is in charge of a handpicked team of scientists and a navy warship on a deep space mission, dubbed Project Theta Orionis. On the outbound journey, automatic sensors drop their ship the Perseus into normal space for an encounter with a mysterious skeletal object. The encounter leaves them baffled, and leads them to a view an epic space battle. But strange as that is, it’s nowhere near as mysterious as finding a planet covered in radioactive fuel ore and populated with humanoid robots who have been expecting their arrival and greet them as returning masters…
They were four of the greatest minds in the Universe: Two men and two women, all Psionic Primes, lost in an experimental spaceship billions of parsecs from home. And as they mentally charted the cosmos to find their way back to Earth, their own loves and hates were as startling as the worlds they encountered…
Here is E. E. Smith’s classic science fiction novel one of the greatest space operas of all time!