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Slade and the city of dreams By david young
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The beautful undersea city of Orion is doomed to disintegrate, its creator knows but he is prepared to leave its inhabitants to die to save his neck. Only Slade knows something is wrong, only he can... More > learn the secret of Orion, and save the life of the woman he loves.< Less
Slade and the city of dreams By david young
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The beautful undersea city of Orion is doomed to disintegrate, its creator knows but he is prepared to leave its inhabitants to die to save his neck. Only Slade knows something is wrong, only he can... More > learn the secret of Orion, and save the life of the woman he loves.< Less
The Song of Rockall By George B. Hill
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Shart of Atlantis is a seabird-riding merman from a lost race that shrank and vanished 3000 years ago. In this wry but dark Christian legend science fiction, he flies half an ocean to Rockall, to... More > find the strange Singer whose mystic Song rules even the waves. There he and David, a naval pilot from a mind-controlled computer world nearly kill each other. Shart flies back to his undersea city with a dreadful command from the Singer. Yet what new twin perils has his proud sister Vanarn awoken in his absence? Could the terrible Leviathan really return? Meanwhile, David finds none who avoid the power of the all-seeing ‘frame’ except the strange Themers, who have been joined by Màiri, David’s fiery Gaelic wife. David mocks her; but finds she disbelieves him too. The strange Commander Spenser sends him to find Shart again; but who hunts Spenser? Will the Lords of Atlantis condemn David? Or will war take all back to Rockall? And what does connect the Theme and the eternal Song?< Less
The Song Of Rockall By George B. Hill
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Shart of Atlantis is a seabird-riding merman from a lost race that shrank and vanished 3000 years ago. In this wry but dark Christian legend science fiction, he flies half an ocean to Rockall, to... More > find the strange Singer whose mystic Song rules even the waves. There he and David, a naval pilot from a mind-controlled computer world nearly kill each other. Shart flies back to his undersea city with a dreadful command from the Singer. Yet what new twin perils has his proud sister Vanarn awoken in his absence? Could the terrible Leviathan really return? Meanwhile, David finds none who avoid the power of the all-seeing ‘frame’ except the strange Themers, who have been joined by Màiri, David’s fiery Gaelic wife. David mocks her; but finds she disbelieves him too. The strange Commander Spenser sends him to find Shart again; but who hunts Spenser? Will the Lords of Atlantis condemn David? Or will war take all back to Rockall? And what does connect the Theme and the eternal Song?< Less
The Sea Fairies By L. Frank Baum
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In 1910, Baum hoped to end the Oz series and follow with a new series about a little girl named Trot and her sailor companion, Cap’n Bill. The Sea Fairies (1911) was the first book in the... More > projected series and took Trot and Cap’n Bill under the sea where they had adventures with mermaids and other fantastic creatures. It was followed by Sky Island (1912) and then Baum returned to the Oz titles. He brought Trot and Cap’n Bill to Oz in the Scarecrow of Oz (1915).< Less
Guardians of the Golden Age: Uncanny Explorers By MIni Komix
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Guardians of the Golden Age seeks out the most Uncanny Explorers! Dick Ashton searches for The Secret City, Catman and Kit fight The Phantom Mummy, Wambi the Jungle Boy tries to bring peace to the... More > wild kingdom, Buck Johnson goes on a safari, the Purple Rider investigates the Evil Eclipse, Trader Jim tells some Jungle Tales, Argo looks for an undersea kingdom, Cap'n Jerry clashes with cannibals, and the Congo King rules the jungle! 100 Big Pages!< Less
MAKING A NAME By TONY WESTON
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Brother Devian, the usurping monk, has been overthrown. The High Kingdom has become a Republic with the Superintendant of Drains as President. Beatrice must tend her wounded father while the Boy sets... More > out for the Two Villages via the Undersea. Frankl is up to no good in Altar City and Migor grieves for Algor.< Less
Machine: Overdrive Rules Lite Science Fiction RPG By Ghoest McLellan
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Machine: Overdrive is an epic role-playing game where players adventure in the near future during a time of great struggle. Mighty Corporations war against the genetically engineered Tribe. The... More > towers of steel Cells, an expanse of Raft Cities and the under-sea colonies are the backdrop of these battles. Armored mecha walk into battle and nukes fall. The vast Arcology Cells of the American and Asian continents rise above the landscape as the buzz of flight commuter traffic and notorious hover-bike gangs fill the air. These mega-cities are home to humans, sentient robots and the uplifted species.< Less
The House of the Octopus: Essays on the Real-Life "Cthulhu Cult" of the Pacific By Jason Colavito
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In “The Call of Cthulhu” (1926), H. P. Lovecraft described a global cult that worshiped the octopus-headed extraterrestrial god Cthulhu, his minions, and the megalithic undersea city in... More > the Pacific where they rested dead but dreaming until the day of Cthulhu’s glorious resurrection. While Lovecraft’s undersea monster drew on a number of mythic sources, surprisingly and unbeknownst to Lovecraft, there was a real religion in the Pacific that reproduced with uncanny accuracy the major details of the Cthulhu myth as given in the story. In Samoa the war god took the form of an octopus, lived in a great stone palace called the House of the Octopus, and was periodically reborn in a glorious resurrection. His followers prayed to him for blinding red rage. This book reprints five classic essays by scholars, missionaries, and travelers on the octopus god of the Pacific and his cult, including the startling details of what can be seen as a real-life "Cthulhu cult" of the Pacific.< Less
The House of the Octopus By Jason Colavito
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In “The Call of Cthulhu” (1926), H. P. Lovecraft described a global cult that worshiped the octopus-headed extra-terrestrial god Cthulhu, his minions, and the megalithic undersea city in... More > the Pacific where they rested dead but dreaming until the day of Cthulhu’s glorious resurrection. While Lovecraft’s undersea monster drew on a number of mythic sources, surprisingly and unbeknownst to Lovecraft, there was a real religion in the Pacific that reproduced with uncanny accuracy the major details of the Cthulhu myth as given in the story. In Samoa the war god took the form of an octopus, lived in a great stone palace called the House of the Octopus, and was periodically reborn in a glorious resurrection. His followers prayed to him for blinding red rage. This book collects five essays on the octopus god of the Pacific and his cult, including the startling details of the real-life Cthulhu cult of the Pacific.< Less

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