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eBook: Perry Rhodan No. 2 The Third Power by Walter Ernsting

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February 17, 2024|In eBooks, Graphic Design

The story that began in Enterprise Stardust continues…

The cover art is by renowned German SF illustrator Johnny Bruck. The ebook is presented in ePUB (iOS, iPadOS, MacOS, Windows, etc.) and AZW3 and KFX (Kindle) formats.


Perry Rhodan No. 2 The Third Power




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eBook: Frankenstein – The Original 1818 Edition by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

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January 28, 2024|In eBooks, Graphic Design

Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus is one of the most-celebrated novels in English literature. Wikipedia has a very good lengthy entry on the various aspects of the book and its influence, so if you want to dive deep it's there for you.

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eBook: Perry Rhodan No. 1 Enterprise Stardust by Karl-Herbert Scheer

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January 27, 2024|In eBooks, Graphic Design

With such pervasive science-fiction series like Star Trek and Star Wars here in North America, it can be easy to overlook what's going on in the rest of the world.

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eBook: The Steve Ramsay World-Wide Adventures by Rosaylmer Burger

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February 13, 2023|In eBooks, Graphic Design

Adventure novels have a long history of popularity. Evolving from mythical stories of Odysseus and Beowulf to explorers of strange lands, by the 1960s we had James Bond and cold warriors.

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eBook: The Beetle by Richard Marsh

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April 25, 2019|In eBooks, Graphic Design

While I was working on the eBook for The Jewel of Seven Stars, I came across The Beetle, first published in 1897, just a few years before Jewel. More importantly, it was released the same year as Bram Stoker's Dracula, and rivalled it in popularity.

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eBook: The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker

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February 28, 2019|In eBooks, Graphic Design

The original tale of the Egyptian mummy come back to life was written by Bram Stoker – the author of Dracula – and first published in 1903. The Jewel of Seven Stars owes much to the dramatics of Victorian theatre. Stoker 's professional life was as an acting and business manager in the theatre, and the first half of this book is devoted to the manners and formalities of late 19th century English culture.

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eBook: Gene Roddenberry's Spectre by Robert Weverka

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Post-Star Trek, Gene Roddenberry made a series of pilots in the 1970s: Genesis II (1973), Planet Earth (1974), The Questor Tapes (1974) and Spectre (1977).

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eBook: Dr. Syn – A Smuggler Tale of the Romney Marsh

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October 20, 2014|In eBooks, Graphic Design

Russell Thorndike created Doctor Syn for this, his first novel, published in 1915. A native of Romney Marsh in southeast England, he chose to base the book around real-life smuggling in the area in the late 18th century. Dr. Christopher Syn, an elderly parson, has his life turned upside down when His Majesty's government comes to Dymchurch-under-the-Wall to investigate that smuggling.

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eBook: A Princess of Mars Cover by Frank E. Schoonover

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One of the classic editions of Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars is the first printing, published by A.C. McClurg & Co. in 1917. Frank E. Schoonover, a top illustrator of the day, painted the cover and interior plates. Schoonover was a student of the master Howard Pyle – as was NC Wyeth – and there are definite similarities between the artists.

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eBook: Assignment: Earth

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"Assignment: Earth" aired in the spring of 1968 as the last episode of the second season of the original Star Trek. It began, however, as a completely separate pilot script by Gene Roddenberry almost two years earlier.

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eBook: John Carter of Mars – Return to Barsoom

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October 28, 2009|In eBooks, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Sci Fi

I'm happy to announce the release of my first novel, Return to Barsoom, a modern look at Edgar Rice Burroughs' John Carter of Mars. Burroughs began his series of 11 books with A Princess of Mars in 1912, and ended with The Skeleton Men of Jupiter in 1942.

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