Retail ePub of this sequence which has seven 25-story packs (#3 has 26 for a few cause) to this date published seeing that 2011. Not published annually.
"The 6th technological know-how Fiction Megapack" provides 25 extra mind-bending tours via time and area, with nice tales via such authors as Arthur C. Clarke, Nancy Kress, Lawrence Watt-Evans, George Zebrowski, Philip okay. Dick, and plenty of extra! incorporated are:
OUT OF ALL THEM vivid STARS, via Nancy Kress
THE striking STRANGER, via Philip okay. Dick
WALKING JOHN AND poultry, through Neal Asher
THE SYMPHONIC ABDUCTION, via Hannes Bok
THE 9 BILLION NAMES OF GOD, through Arthur C. Clarke
HILLARY ORBITS VENUS, by means of Pamela Sargent
MAYBE a little bit ONE, by means of Reginald Bretnor
THE ULTROOM mistakes, by means of Jerry Sohl
REMEMBRANCE of items to return, through Lawrence Watt-Evans
THE ASTRONAUT FROM WYOMING, through Adam-Troy Castro & Jerry Oltion
PRIDE, by way of Mary A. Turzillo
CAT AND MOUSE, through Ralph Williams
THE checklist, by way of Forrest J Ackerman and Ray Bradbury
THE NEW fact, through Reginald Bretnor
WHAT HATH ME? via Henry Kuttner
BRIDGE OF SILENCE, through George Zebrowski
SUN’S UP, via A.A. Jackson IV and Howard Waldrop
CONSIGNMENT, via Alan E. Nourse
THE SYNDIC, through C.M. Kornbluth
AFTER BONESTELL, by way of Jay Lake
THE JEWELS OF APTOR, via Samuel R. Delany
THE MISSISSIPPI SAUCER, via Frank Belknap Long
MEMBERSHIP force, by means of Murray F. Yaco
CANCER global, by means of Harry Warner, Jr.
EGOCENTRIC ORBIT, via John Cory
And don't fail to remember to look this booklet shop for extra entries within the Megapack sequence, masking every little thing from technological know-how fiction and myth to horror, westerns, pulp fiction, event, ghost tales, and lots more and plenty, even more!
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