Red Planet (Heinlein's Juveniles, #3)

9 best books like Red Planet (Heinlein's Juveniles, #3) (Robert A. Heinlein): The Boat of a Million Years, Encounter with Tiber, Janissaries, The Long Loud Silence, The Age of the Pussyfoot, A Heritage of Stars, No One Noticed the Cat, Header, Against the Fall of Night

AuthorPoul Anderson
Others have written SF on the theme of immortality, but in The Boat of a Million Years, Poul Anderson made it his own. Early in human history, certain individuals were born who live on, unaging, undying, through the centuries and millenia. We follow them through over 2000 years, up to our time and beyond-to...
AuthorBuzz Aldrin
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Tiberian Baldies: "Encounter with Tiber" by Buzz Aldrin, John Barnes

“’First of all, the burst of base eight numbers are coming in groups of 16,769,021, with a longer break between each group. Ad what...
AuthorJerry Pournelle
Some days it just didn't pay to be a soldier. Captain Rick Galloway and his men had been talked into volunteering for a dangerous mission—only to be ruthlessly abandoned when faceless CIA higher-ups pulled the plug on the operation. They were cut off in hostile territory, with local troops and their...
AuthorWilson Tucker
Corporal Russell Gary - operator-angle man-black marketeer, junior grade-liberator of anything loose - veteran of Salerno and Normandy - a man who knew how to live by his wits and a gun.

Celebrating ten years in khaki, Gary went on a monumental binge...

AuthorFrederik Pohl
Technical writer and volunteer fireman Charles Forrester died at age 37. But his insurance covered freezing in liquid nitrogen against the possibility of someday being thawed, repaired, and returned to life. Which is how he woke up in 2527, with a quarter of a million dollars coming to him from the same...
A Heritage of Stars
AuthorClifford D. Simak
Thousands of years into the future man has completely destroyed a technology-based society and lives a tribal existence, worshipping the 'brain'-cases of long-rusted robots. Here and there pockets of knowledge remain, and young Tom Cushing lives in one such university. His imagination fired by...
No One Noticed the Cat
AuthorAnne McCaffrey
The key to appreciating this book is to imagine it is a bedtime story someone is making up on the fly for a child. By those standards, it is an excellent story. It was in the adult sci fi section at the library, but its length (124 half-size pages) and content would be perfectly suitable for any child with a...
AuthorEdward Lee
Grandpappy, what's a header?

Header is a tale of consummate grotesquerie from the master of graphic horror -- the author of such books as: Succubi, Incubi and Creekers. It is a chapbook of the most extreme fiction you'll ever read! A horrific splatter mystery in the Joe R. Lansdale tradition......
Against the Fall of Night
AuthorArthur C. Clarke
Mankind has reached the heights of civilization. Men live thousands of years in perfect freedom and leisure - their wants are attended to by ingenoius machines - peace and culture flourish in ways undreramed of in our time. And yet . . . mankind is dying. The price of peace...
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