Description : A quarter century after humanity quarantines the aliens known as Moties within the confines of their own solar system, the single wall between them and the galaxy beyond begins to crumble. Reprint.
Description : Larry Greenberg's telepathic tendencies had been trained and developed to a critical level. The trouble was that if these psychic interchanges were strong enough, a man could end up not knowing who he really was. But when Larry's mind is taken over by an alien force, he has to fight to retain his sanity - and divert a disaster that threatens all mankind. And when Larry's mind is taken over by a sinister alien force, he has to fight to retain his sanity - and divert a disaster that threatens all mankind...
Description : An omnibus collection of short fiction from three anthologies features short stories by Larry Niven, as well as works by Poul Anderson, Dean Ing, Fred Saberhagen, Steven Barnes, Roger Zelazny, and other masters of the fantasy genre.
Description : In the latest installment in the series created by Larry Niven, the catlike kzin come up with an ingenious new scheme--enhanced by all new weapons, leaders, and strategies--to regain control of the galaxy from the human usurpers.
Description : Presents a collection of "what if" stories that offer an alternate version of actual historical events in an anthology with works by Kim Stanley Robinson, Greg Bear, Ward Moore, Gregory Benford, and Susan Schwartz.
Description : Fictional accounts of the end of the world rarely explore the end of humanity; instead they present the end of what we now know and the opportunity to start over. Postapocalyptic Fiction and the Social Contract: 'We'll Not Go Home Again' contends that postapocalyptic fiction reflects one of our most basic political motivations and uses these fictional accounts to explore the move from the state of nature to civil society through a Hobbesian, a Lockean, and a Rousseauian lens.