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Howard L. Cory


The Sword of Lankor

Howard L. Cory

There were four of them. Three were bipeds of various hues but with subtle differences which indicated strikingly dissimilar origins. The fourth was smooth, pale, egg-shaped with two eyestalks. They had come across thousands of light years to the primitive planet Lankor to collect the glowing, blood-red crystals so valuable to galactic civilization.

But Lankor was a heavy gravity planet they could never set foot on. The crystals were closely guarded, so to gather the crystals for them, they needed the strongest and smartest man on Lankor.

Thuron the barbarian was the strongest, but hardly the smartest. Garr was the smartest, but he was hardly the strongest - and he was certainly not a man. Gaar was one of the despised cat-people. Together Thuron and Gaar would be the greatest fighting team Lankor had ever seen - conquers of the planet and masters of the crystals. But first they had to be brought together - and learn not to despise each other!

The Unteleported Man / The Mind Monsters

Ace Double G-Series: Book 602

Philip K. Dick
Howard L. Cory

The Unteleported Man

Nobody would want to spend 18 years on a spaceship when you can make the journey via teleportation in an instant. In seconds, the Telpor effect could teleport you from an overcrowded Earth. 40 million emigrants had found it a solution to Earth's problems of pollution and overcrowding. But Rachmael ben Applebaum wasn't sure. Because there was a problem with the gateway to paradise. No one had ever returned.

The Mind Monsters

In that plantary games, was he pawn of prime-mover?

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