The “Golden Age of Science Fiction” Megapacks are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten. Lester del Rey (1915–1993) is most remembered … More
The “Golden Age of Science Fiction” MEGAPACK™ ebook anthologies are designed to introduce readers to classic science fiction writers who might otherwise be forgotten. Lester del Rey — one of… More
Day of the Giants Lester del Rey
Leif Svensen’s neighbor, come to warn him that the farmers were going to take violent action against his dog for killing their livestock, mentioned that he’d seen an angel the night before. “Big … More
Tunnel Through Time Lester del Rey
Go backward through space-time into prehistory? It seemed fantastic, but the machine — invented by Bob’s father in connection with his research on the interrelation of time and gravity — actually… More
The Scheme of Things Lester del Rey
He lived simultaneously in the present, deep past, and far future — and death threatened each life!
Was it possible that Mike Strong, assistant professor of logic at Kane University, had the rare ability to carry… More
The Man Without a Planet Lester del Rey
He was PRTSAC: Permanent Resident Through a Special Act of Congress. A set of initials, a title unique in history. And a human being — the most homesick human being in history.
Fred Hunter was the permanent resident… More
Preferred Risk Lester del Rey et al.
PREFERRED RISK first appeared in 1955. It won the Galaxy Magazine / Simon & Schuster contest for 1955’s best work of science fiction.
The Company, a powerful, efficient, and thoroughly monstrous insurance… More