London: Penguin, 1969. Some marks inside front cover, a few underlinings, but overall a good reading copy.. Reprint. Pbk. Good.
Athens: Ekdoseis Chysi Tome, 1979. Usual marks of library ownership . Text tight and neat, but covers scuffed.. 2nd Edition. French Wraps. Good.
Athens: To Vima, 2013. Reissue. Softcover. New Book from Greece/New.
London: Gollancz , 2007. Interweaving the stories of ordinary people caught up in momentous events CONQUEROR tells the story of a desperate battle to keep alive a prophecy kept by the last Roman left alive in the shadows of Hadrian's wall. The prophecy tells of an invasion by dragons a new Christian king and the establishment of an Aryan empire that will last 10,000 years. It is a story that begins in 600Ad and ends with the crowning of a new king at Westminster in 1066. In the years in between the prophecy is handed down through the centuries. It is hidden away by the monks at Lindisfarne, lost in a Viking raid, found again. From desperate rivalries amongst the monks at Lindisfarne, to the terror of the Viking raids against Northern England to vicious intrigues at the courts of Harold and William the Bastard CONQUEROR charts the progress of a bid by the mysterious Weaver to influence the past from the far future. This is a fast moving historical thriller that casts a bright light onto a shadowy period of British history and brings it to vibrant life. Steeped in blood and violence this was also a time of artistic endeavour, a time of nation building and law-giving. And it is a time of chance, where history can be shaped by the Weaver .... 1st UK Edition. Hardcover. New/New.
London: Gollancz, 2006. A woman gives birth to her child in a village in Northern England, the cold northern edge of the Roman Empire. As she struggles through a painful labour she begins to scream out a series of words in Latin, a language she has never heard before. Only later does it become clear that the woman has spoken a prophecy ... that relates to the death of the Emperor, a prophecy that if enacted will change the fate of the Roman Empire .. and all of the future beyond to the present day. Is the weaver of time's tapestry trying to chnage the lives of men ? . 1st UK Edition. Hardcover. New/New.
London: Pan, 1971. The third novel in the science-fiction trilogy by C.S. Lewis. This final story is set on Earth, and tells of a terrifying conspiracy against humanity. The final book in Lewis's theological science fiction Space Trilogy. The events of this novel follow those of Out of the Silent Planet and Perelandra (a.k.a. Voyage to Venus) and once again feature the philologist Elwin Ransom. . Pbk. Fine.
New York: Tor/Tom Docherty, 1986. Historical novel blending fantasy and ancient Greek history - "Admirable written and a delight to read".. Pbk. Very Good.
New York: Tor Books, 1999. "In the year that Mt. Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii the Roman Centurian Vitellan set off for the 21st Century as Imperial Rome's last human-powered time machine ...". First Pbk.Ed.. Pbk. Very Good.
New York: Ballantine, 1976. "Helva had been born human, but only her brain had been saved and implanted into the titanium body of an intergalactic scout ship...." An exceptionally clean crisp paperback - looks almost unread. . Re-issue. Pbk. Fine.
London: Target/ W.H.Allen, 1982. Vintage pbk. Exceptionally clean crisp copy (looks unread) Based on long running BBC Televison series. Novelisation based on the original script by Terry Nation in 1974.. Re-issue. Soft Cover. As New. Illus. by Cover By Roy Knipe.
New York: Dolphin / Doubleday , 1994. Reprint. Pbk. Good>Very Good.
New York: Harper & Row, 1979. Nominated for the Nebula Award. 1st.US Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Illus. by Cover By Bob Aulicino .
New York: Fantasy & Science Fiction , 1970. Contains : Gone Fishin' by Robin Scott Wilson / Selectra Six-Ten by Avram Davidson / Notes Just Prior to the Fall by Barry N. Malzberg / The Old Bunch and Dusty Stiggins by Miriam Allen deFord / Wood You? by Piers Anthony / Through a Glass - Darkly by Zenna Henderson / She Was the Music. The Music Was Him by Neil Shapiro / Bird in the Hand - [Svetz] by Larry Niven /essay by Isaac Asimov ansd book reviews.. First Edition. Softcover. Good>Very Good. Illus. by Cover By Chesley Bonestell. Periodical/Magazine.
New York: Bantam, 1956. Vintage pbk #A1492 (Pages clean and complete, but loose in paper wraps) . Re-issue. Pbk. Fair > Good.
New York: Ace Books, 1978. Vintage pbk . Exceptionally clean crisp copy (looks unread) "The final book of the Durdane Trilogy" . Re-issue. Pbk. Fine.
London: Target/ W.H.Allen, 1982. Vintage pbk. Exceptionally clean crisp copy (looks unread) Based on long running BBC Televison series. Novelisation based on the original script by Terry Nation in 1974.. Re-issue. Soft Cover. Fine. Illus. by Cover By Roy Knipe.
New York: Signet, 1958. Original vintage pbk. ( S 1577) "Six daring men stage an incredible revolt to free a conquered America ...". Re-issue. Pbk. Very Good.
New York: Signet, 1965. Exceptionally clean crisp copy (looks unread) . First Thus. Pbk. Fine.
New York: Ace, 1963. Vintage original pbk (D 509) containing two novels "The Beast Master" (abridged to 159p) and "Star Hunter " Exceptionally clean tight crisp copy (looks unread) Slight spine folds, else fine . First Pbk.Ed.. Pbk.. Very Good.
New York: Ace, 1957. Original vintage pbk. #D-261 Six SF stories by a master : The Variable Man / Second Variety / The Minority Report /Autofac /A World of Talent. Exceptionally clean tight crisp copy (looks unread) slight wrinkles along spine, else fine. First Edition. Pbk.. Near Fine. Illus. by Cover By Ed Emshwiller.