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1 Van Vogt, A. E. Mission to the Stars
New York Berkley Books 1955 First Berkley Edition Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Powers, Richard (cover)

Spine slanted/creased, small chip at bottom corner, PO name inside. Text is yellowed, but clean and unmarked.

"A star-flung civilization in the Greater Magellanic Cloud is the background for this astonishing story of the far-distant future. Eons in the future, a spaceship from Earth, mighty beyond all comprehension, is faced with the problem of locating a few inhabited planets lost in a wilderness of sun and star systems. The inhabitants of these planets know the ship is searching for them and refuse to reveal their location. But the captain of the Star Cluster is a very determined person, and so the almost impossible hunt begins."; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
004443 
Price: 3.45 USD

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2 Van Vogt, A. E. Slan
New York Dell Publishing 1951 Mass Market Paperback Fair 


Spine somewhat creased and slanted, covers a bit creased, corners bumped. Soiling, rubbing to covers. Back cover water stained along top and fore edge along with last few pages -- text is not affected. 1" chip from back cover at base of spine. Some browning but text is unmarked.

"His name was Jommy Cross, and to all appearances he was human and harmless. But the slim tendrils half-concealed in his hair identified him as a SLAN. And to the men who ruled the world, naturally all SLANS were freaks. But Jommy believed that SLANS were not the monsters men claimed. And though still a child, and alone-and with only a secret weapon left him by his father-he set out to find his fellow SLANS, and, with them, to win a way to peace with men."; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
002215 
Price: 5.70 USD

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3 Van Vogt, A. E. The Anarchistic Colossus
New York Ace Books 1977 Mass Market Paperback Good 


"A future Earth where anarchy has become a way of life -- it is, however, a very special brand of anarchy, one that is controlled by the mysterious Kirlian computers . . . and one that must deal with a race of aliens who look upon the conquest of Earth as part of a very entertaining game." Spine shows some creasing, some shelf wear and yellowing; 6" - 7" Tall
000236 
Price: 3.50 USD
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4 Van Vogt, A. E. The Changeling
New York Manor Books 1974 Mass Market Paperback Very Good- 


Minor edgewear/scuffing. Text starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"The world was coming to an end but only the toti-potents knew it. They were the instruments of the alien invaders. Once they had been ordinary men. But when the invaders from space took possession of their bodies, they became immortal and perpetually young; able to read minds and predict and change the future; possessors of weapons infinitely more powerful than any Earth had ever known. Then they began to hate men, but because, outwardly, they still looked and acted like everybody else, there was no way to tell who they were-until they attacked!"; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
004181 
Price: 3.95 USD

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5 Van vogt, A. E. The Mind Cage
New York, NY Simon & Schuster 1957 Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Very Good in Good+ dust jacket 


Corners bumped, darkening inside covers, owner's name on ffep. Jacket shows some edge wear and darkening. A clean, tight copy.

David Marin was a great military leader who risked his career and reputation by making a plea for Wade Trask, a brilliant scientist condemned to death for openly criticizing the government. Then, he visits Trask, who seizes a gas gun and blasts Marin. When Marin recovers consciousness he is horrified to discover that he somehow has been transplanted into Trask's body. He's doomed-unless he finds Trask and, with him, becomes an enemy of the government!; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
001792 
Price: 4.25 USD

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6 Van Vogt, A. E. & Hull, E. Mayne The Winged Man
New York Berkley Medallion 1970 Mass Market Paperback Good 
Illustrated by Cohen, Ira [cover]

Wraps separating from text block, minor edgewear. Text is starting to yellow, but clean and unmarked.

"From the bridge of the submarine Sea Serpent, Lt. William Kenlon saw a huge creature flying overhead with a wingspread unlike that of any bird the young naval officer had ever seen. Almost instantly it disappeared, and Kenlon thought the strange bird had been only an apparition. Suddenly, it reappeared, and Kenlon found himself fighting for his life in the cold water of the night. As he finally surfaced, it was to find himself at the beginning of a journey into a fearful future, where a grotesque war was being waged between the frightening birdmen and their even more terrifying opponents."; 12mo - over 6" - 7" tall
004426 
Price: 3.75 USD

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7 Van vogt, A. E. The World of Null-A
New York, NY Berkley Medallion 1970 0425018024 / 9780425018026 First Thus Mass Market Paperback Good 


Spine/covers slightly creased. Shelf-cocked, cover is starting to separate from pages. Slight shelf wear, darkening.

This edition specially revised and with a new introduction by the author.
"In A.D. 2560 Earth had become the world of null-A, or non-Aristotelianism, controlled by a gigantic Games Machine, made up of twenty-five thousand electronic brains . . . Gilbert Gosseyn came to the Games Machine that year, only to find that he didn't know who he was, and, even more amazing, that he could be killed and still live, in his own original body!"; 16mo - over 5" - 6" tall
001019 
Price: 4.40 USD

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8 Van Vogt, A. E. Triad (The World of A: The Voyage of the Space Beagle; Slan)
New York Simon & Schuster Book Club (BCE/BOMC) Hardcover Good in Good+ dust jacket 


Spine slightly slanted, corners bumped, tape residue on boards. DJ has very slight edgewear, large stain in top corner, tape residue on flaps. Soiling on a number of pages but text unobscured.

"(The World of A) The year is 2650 AD. Earth is a utopia whose leaders are selected by an omniscient Machine and whose people, governed by a rigid scientific philosophy, seem forever protected from strife and war. Yet Gilbert Gosseyn faced a fact that defied logic of his training. Standing before what was his own bullet-riddled corpse, he found himself alive in an identical body!" "(The Voyage of the Space Beagle) Carrying its tiny segment of humanity the expeditionary ship Space Beagle sped at an ever increasing velocity through a night that had no end...Suddenly, countless light-years from home, the Space Beagle and its crew found themselves no longer detached observers, but engaged in desperate struggles for survival with alien life forms..." "(Slan) His name was Jommy Cross, and to all appearances he was human and harmless. But the slim tendrils half-concealed in his hair identified him as a SLAN. And to the men who ruled the world, naturally all SLANS were freaks. But Jommy believed that SLANS were not the monsters men claimed. And though still a child, and alone--and with only a secret weapon left him by his father--he set out to find his fellow SLANS, and, with them, to win a way to peace with men."; 8vo - over 7" - 9" tall
003309 
Price: 6.95 USD

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