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pureheartxyz · 7 hours ago
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katzenkrieg · 7 hours ago
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Well, do something about it, Bud, jeez. From "Tom Swift and his Jetmarine," 1954.
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no-one-is-like-o-aa · 7 hours ago
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The Bromius Phenomenon. John Rankine, 1973
Back text reads: "Troubleshooter for European space Dag Fletcher was involved in the mystery as soon as the Interstellar Two Nine dis appeared in the gravisphere of Bromius. There must have been more to the loss of the starship than navigational error or mechanical failure.
The Bromusians were such a cheerful and sociable race that it seemed incredible they might be involved in interplanetary intrigue. But what was the purpose of the strange island Fletcher found?
He learned that answer soon enough. A barbaric ritual was enacted periodically there, a ritual that disclosed facets of the Bromusian personality successfully hid den from their galactic neighbors and as old as time-a barbaric ritual that this time would have Fletcher as its object....
The Bromius Phenomenon"
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mochiimoo · 9 hours ago
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5.6.2021 | This book is dated & so a bit horrifying in some parts, but (Edgar Allen) Poe-the-Crow caws "What fun! What fun!" as it steals an engagement ring: how can I not be entertained by that? Also, yes, tell me about how the Spanish influenza was for you.
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danskjavlarna · 10 hours ago
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From Weston's 1970 yearbook.
It might be a sign: my collection of vintage zodiac imagery.
Wondering about this post?  Wait for the dissertation (TBA). For now:  Weblog ◆ Books ◆ Videos ◆ Music ◆ Etsy
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no-one-is-like-o-aa · 15 hours ago
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The Number of the Beast. Robert A. Heinlein, 1980.
Back text reads: "THE WICKEDEST, MOST WONDERFUL SCIENCE FICTION STORY EVER CREATED IN OUR-OR ANY-TIME
Anything can begin at a party in California-and everything does in this bold new masterwork by the author of STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND.
When four very sensual geniuses suddenly find themselves the target of alien hostilities they are forced to flee their universe. And their adventures ravish the imagination with unparalleled excitement."
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no-one-is-like-o-aa · 21 hours ago
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Rocket Ship Galileo. Robert A. Heinlein, 1947.
Back text reads: "Of all the books that Robert A. Heinlein has written, and in spite of the "in" pop ularity of his STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND, it is entirely probable that his most influential-and greatest selling book-is this classic novel of a first flight to the moon ROCKET SHIP GALILEO.
Written a decade before the very start of America's space program, it has been read with fascination by millions of peo ple, many of whom must have surely been inspired to go on to participate in the work that culminated in Apollo 11. It is therefore a remarkable and entirely thrill ing classic of great science fiction-and still "must" reading for all who live in these pioneer days of space exploration.
Ace Books is proud to present this pro phetic science fiction classic in its first paperback mass-distributed edition."
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no-one-is-like-o-aa · 21 hours ago
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Needle. Hal Clement, 1949.
Back text reads: "FIND THE HAYSTACK! THE ALIENS CAME
ACROSS A MILLION LIGHT YEARS OF SPACE TO CRASH ON THE PLANET EARTH. THEY WERE STRANGE BEINGS, A SYMBIOTIC FORM OF LIFE WITH THE POWER TO BLEND WITH ANY OTHER LIVING CREATURE, ACTUALLY MOVING INSIDE OTHER LIVING BODIES, TWO CREATURES LOST INSIDE EARTH'S BILLIONS AND ONE WAS A RUTHLESS CRIMINAL! THE OTHER ALIEN, THE HUNTER, HAD BEEN SENT BY HIS FELLOWS TO RETRIEVE THE CRIMINAL. BUT HE HAD THE HELP OF BUT ONE HUMAN BOY IN A DESPERATE SEARCH THAT. STRETCHED ACROSS THE ENTIRE PLANET!
HAL CLEMENT
IS PERHAPS THE MOST SCIENCE-MINDED WRITER OF SCI ENCE FICTION SINCE JULES VERNE. HIS ALIENS AND HIS ALIEN WORLDS ARE CAREFULLY CONSTRUCTED WITHIN THE LIMITS OF KNOWN FACT, AND HAVE DELIGHTED READERS FOR THIRTY YEARS."
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no-one-is-like-o-aa · 21 hours ago
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Savage Pellucidar. Edgar Rice Burroughs, 1941/1963.
Back text reads: "SAVAGE PELLUGIDAR
Here is the first new Burroughs novel to appear in fifteen years. It is also the last and possibly one of the best of his terrific ac counts of the world at the Earth's Core, the primitive land of Pellucidar.
Bringing home-made aircraft into the land of the eternal sun brought disaster to its daring makers even while it opened up ever stranger lands and ever fiercer peoples. SAVAGE PELLUCIDAR is a novel of courage and peril in a world of wonders."
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adventurelandia · a day ago
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Four Color #16 “Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot” (1941), cover by Carl Von Buettner
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allisineffable · a day ago
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I was born to love, to spread kindness. I was not born to hate, i can never hate. Seeing good has brought me pain and caused wounds but only through those wounds i could find my inability of hate. Seeing good in everyone and everything is my virtue and my downfall.
- allisineffable
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vintage2600 · a day ago
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https://www.etsy.com/listing/997690250/vintage-victorian-book-chain-necklace?ref=shop_home_active_20&frs=1
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danileomalik · a day ago
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Most important of all is the feeling of safety; So don't be afraid when they see reassurance with you, so don't be the source of animosity so you don't become the enemy of the people you love, You lose your beloved army and you defeat!
- Dani
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blackzambak · a day ago
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“Kalbin kırıldıysa ve bırakıp gittiyse seni,
ona yetip yetmediğini sorgulama.
Aslında öyle çok yettin ki taşıyamaz oldu seni...”
-Süt ve bal, Rupi Kaur
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