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  • Spaceship Named McGuireby Randall Garrett

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    A STARSHIP WITH A PROBLEM No, I'm not the guy who tested the McGuire. I'm the guy who stole it. The "McQuire" is the MG-YR-7, a new kind of starship. It's supposed to be artificially intelligent, but it's AI unit has crashed six times, hence the "7." Me, I'm Daniel Oak, Shalimar Ravenhurst, the guy, who built the McGuire, hired me to find out whose... more...

  • Barnaby Rudgeby Charles Dickens

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    As fierce mobs run riot through the streets of London, the decent and sincere Geoffrey Haredale forges a strange alliance with the dishonest John Chester. Their aim is to prevent the marriage of Haredale's niece Emma to Chester's honourable son Edward, selfishly using the violence around them to their advantage. Meanwhile, unintentionally drawn into... more...

  • Gentle Juliaby Booth Tarkington

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Booth Tarkington was an American novelist and dramatist best known for his Pulitzer Prize-winning novels The Magnificent Ambersons and Alice Adams. Alice Adams won a Pulitzer Prize in 1922. An excerpt from this delightful story reads, "Whut you' Aunt Julia say when?" "When you told her these were gray cats and not white cats?" "She tole me take an'... more...

  • Son of the Sunby Jack London

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Considered by many to be America's finest author, Jack London, had little formal schooling. Initially, he attended school only through the 8th grade, although he was an avid reader, educating himself at public libraries, especially the Oakland Public Library under the tutelage of Ina Coolbrith, who later became the first poet laureate of California.... more...

  • Bleak Houseby Charles Dickens

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Considered one of Dickens's greatest works, "Bleak House" scathingly portrays his belief: "The one great principle of the English law is to make business for itself." Peopled with both comic and tragic characters, including one of literature's first detectives, this classic celebrates the 150th anniversary of its first publication. Original. more...

  • Badge of Infamyby Del Lester Rey

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Daniel Feldman had once been a doctor. He made the mistake of saving a friend's life in violation of the Medical Lobby rules. Now, he's a pariah, shunned by all, forbidden to touch another patient. But things are more loose on Mars. There Doc Feldman is welcomed by the colonists, even as he's hunted by the authorities. But, when he discovers a Martian... more...

  • Doctor Marigoldby Charles Dickens

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Dickens is considered to be one of the greatest British writers of all times. He was a social activist who wrote plays and novels during the Victorian period. His most famous novels include Tale of Two Cities, Oliver Twist, and David Copperfield. Doctor Marigold was originally published in All the Year Round in 1865. A quote from the Hesperus book... more...

  • Count of Monte Cristoby Alexandre Dumas

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Each novel, complete in just 80-pages, has been painstakingly adapted to retain the integrity of the original work. Each provides the reader a sense of the author's style and an understanding of the novel's theme. more...

  • Sentimental Journey Through France and Italyby Laurence Sterne

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Episodic, funny, and surprisingly modern, "A Sentimental Journey" is a classic eighteenth-century novel. The quintessential novel of sentiment, "A Sentimental Journey" masquerades as the fragmentary travel journal of Parson Yorick, a whimsical and amorous Englishman abroad. Accompanied through Paris and the provinces by his loyal French valet, Yorick... more...

  • Flight from Tomorrowby Beam Piper H.

    Amigo Reader 2011; US$ 0.00

    Five of H. Beam Piper's classic science fiction stories are collected here, including "Graveyard of Dreams," "Genesis," "Operation R.S.V.P.," "The Answer," and "Flight from Tomorrow." more...