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"The Eighth Science Fiction Megapack" presents another stellar lineup of classic science fiction, new and old. Here are 25 stories (plus a bonus interview with best-selling author George R.R. Martin) by some of the field's greatest authors. Included are:


THE TRUE DARKNESS, by Pamela Sargent

PERMANENT FATAL ERRORS, by Jay Lake

ADJUSTMENT TEAM, by Philip K. Dick

ROBOTS DON’T CRY, by Mike Resnick

NO GREAT MAGIC, by Fritz Leiber

ESCAPE HATCH, by Brenda W. Clough

BACKLASH, by Winston K. Marks

THE PICK-UP, by Lawrence Watt-Evans

POPULATION IMPLOSION, by Andrew J. Offutt

WAY DOWN EAST, by Tim Sullivan

THROUGH TIME AND SPACE WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT: 28, by Grendel Briarton

TO INVADE NEW YORK, by Irwin Lewis

THEY WERE THE WIND, by C.J. Henderson

STOPOVER, by William Gerken

CONSEQUENCES OF STEAM, by Michael Hemmingson

OUTSIDE LOOKING IN, by Mark E. Burgess

DEAD WORLD, by Jack Douglas

NEFERTITI'S TENTH LIFE, by Mary A. Turzillo

QUICKSILVER, by Lonni Lees

AFTER ALL, by Robert Reginald

THE BARBARIANS, by Algis Budrys

EX MACHINA, by Cynthia Ward

MONKEY ON HIS BACK, by Charles V. De Vet

THE SURVIVORS, by Tom Godwin

THROUGH TIME AND SPACE WITH FERDINAND FEGHOOT: 99, by Grendel Briarton

SPEAKING WITH GEORGE R.R. MARTIN: Interview conducted by Darrell Schweitzer


And don't forget to search this ebook store for "Wildside Megapack" to see more entries in this series, covering classic authors and subjects like mysteries, science fiction, westerns, ghost stories -- and much, much more!

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