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Philip Farmer  Riverworld

To Your Scattered Bodies Go, 1971 - sci-fi novel & the book in the Riverworld series of books by Philip José Farmer. Won a Hugo Award for Best Novel in 1972 at Worldcon. The title is derived from the of the "Holy Sonnets" by English poet John Donne.

A Barnstormer in Oz by Philip Jose Farmer

Publication: A Barnstormer in Oz or a Rationalization and Extrapolation of the Split-Level Continuum Authors: Philip José Farmer Year: ISBN: Publisher: Berkley Books Cover: Don Ivan Punchatz

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?  by Philip Dick eBook  LVCCLD  Inspirations for the movie Blade Runner

One of NPR's top 100 Sci-Fi books. The movie "Blade Runner" is based on this book.

The Fabulous Riverboat (Riverworld, #2) by Philip José Farmer

Publication: The Fabulous Riverboat Authors: Philip José Farmer Year: ISBN: Publisher: Del Rey / Ballantine Cover: John Stevens

The Dark Design

The Dark Design

Publication: The Dark Design Authors: Philip José Farmer Year: ISBN: Publisher: Berkley Books

Cover art by Gene Szafran.  This book, and hundreds more, for sale at outcastbooksrecords.com - starting Black Friday, 2013.

Cover art by Gene Szafran. This book, and hundreds more, for sale at outcastbooksrecords.com - starting Black Friday, 2013.

book cover of     Rama II      (Rama, book 2)    by    Arthur C Clarke and     Gentry Lee

Rama II (Rama, book by Arthur C Clarke and Gentry Lee - book cover, description, publication history.

Marcianos Como No Cinema: Ray Bradbury — Cover Art

Ray Bradbury - The Illustrated Man Ray Bradbury - Chroniques Martiennes (Enki Bilal) Ray Bradbury - Fahrenheit 451 Ray Bra.

Philip Jose Farmer. Behind The Walls Of Terra

Philip Jose Farmer. Behind The Walls Of Terra

Philip Jose Farmer. The Magic Labyrinth, bk. 4 of The Riverworld series, published in 1980.

The Magic Labyrinth (Riverworld Saga - Book Four) by Philip José Farmer. In our group there were people who had read this book and thought it was good. Included for completeness

Double Star by Robert A. Heinlein

One minute, down and out actor Lorenzo Smythe was -- as usual -- in a bar, drinking away his troubles as he watched his career go down the tubes. Then a space pilot bought him a drink, and the next thing Smythe knew, he was shanghaied to Mars.

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