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Robert A. Heinlein - Expanded ​Universe
The ​Wit and Wisdom of Robert A. Heinlein, author of multiple New York Times best sellers, on subjects ranging form Crime and Punishment to the Love life of the American Teenager; from Nuclear Power to the Pragmatics of Patriotism; from Prophecy to Destiny; from Geopolitic to Post-Holocaust America; fro the Nature of Courage to the Nature of Reality; it's all here and it's all great-straight from the mind of the finest science fiction writer of them all. But beware: after reading it, you too will occupy an Expanded Universe!

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Green Hills of Earth
THE ​GREEN HILLS OF EARTH is a collection of short stories from one of the masters of science fiction who has held readers spellbound for over thirty years.

Robert A. Heinlein - Beyond ​This Horizon
Utopia ​has been achieved. For centuries, disease, hunger, poverty and war have been things found only in the history tapes. And applied genetics has given men and women the bodies of athletes and a lifespan of over a century. They should all have been very happy.... But Hamilton Felix is bored. And he is the culmination of a star line; each of his last thirty ancestors chosen for superior genes. Hamilton is, as far as genetics can produce one, the ultimate man. And this ultimate man can see no reason why the human race should survive, and has no intention of continuing the pointless comedy. However, Hamilton's life is about to become less boring. A secret cabal of revolutionaries who find utopia not just boring, but desperately in need of leaders who know just What Needs to be Done, are planning to revolt and put themselves in charge. Knowing of Hamilton's disenchantment with the modern world, they have recruited him to join their Glorious Revolution. Big mistake! The revolutionaries are about to find out that recruiting a superman was definitely not a good idea....

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Worlds of Robert A. Heinlein
In ​this exciting collection master science-fiction storyteller Robert Heinlein explores some strange and frightening possibilities: The possibility that a young girl, blind and alone, could be lost somewhere on the vast face of the moon. The possibility that someone could possess the ultimate weapon - for which no deterrent exists - at the same time knowing that any other country could discover the weapon at the same moment:- Review(s): "Robert Heinlein, winner of three Hugo Awards uses just such possibilities in these famous stories, many of which helped establish his worldwide reputation":

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Man Who Sold the Moon
Heinlein's ​monumental "Future History" series continues. Two scientists develop cheap solar power-and threaten the industrial status quo. The nation's cities are linked by a system of moving roads-and a strike can bring the entire country to a halt. Workers in an experimental atomic plant crack under the mental strain. And the space frontier is opened by an unlikely hero-D. D. Harriman, a billionaire with a dream: the dream of Space for All Mankind. The method? Anything that works. Maybe, in fact, Harriman goes too far. But he will give us the stars. . .

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Day After Tomorrow
The ​Day After Tomorrow, is Rbt A. Heinlein novel based on a John W. Campbell story about a USA conquered by a Sino-Japanese PanAsian combination. Published in Astounding Science Fiction (1-3/41 by 'Anson MacDonald') it came out in hardback in '49. A secret research facility in the Colorado mountains is the US Army's last outpost after defeat by the PanAsians. The conquerors had absorbed the USSR after being attacked by them & had then absorbed India. They're ruthless, having crushed a rebellion by killing 150,000 civilians as punishment. The lab is in turmoil. All but six of the personnel have died due to unknown forces released by an experiment operating within the newly-discovered magneto-gravitic or electro-gravitic spectra. Survivors learn they can selectively kill by releasing the internal pressure of cell membranes. This weapon can kill one race while leaving others unharmed. They devise more uses for the forces discovered, but how do a handful overthrow an occupation that controls all communications & makes it criminal to print English? Noting the invaders have allowed religious practice to pacify their slaves, they start a church & act as Priests of Mota (atom backwards) to build a resistance movement which Major Ardmore, the protagonist, refers to as the 6th Column--as opposed to a traitorous 5th.

Robert A. Heinlein - I ​Will Fear No Evil
Johann ​Sebastian Bach Smith is immensely rich; and very old. His mind is still keen, so he has surgeons transplant his brain into a new body; the body of his gorgeous, recently deceased secretary, Eunice. But Eunice hasn't completely vacated her body...

Robert A. Heinlein - Grumbles ​from the Grave
The ​late Heinlein, considered the "Father of Modern Science Fiction," was also a prolific letter writer. Virginia Heinlein, his wife of 40 years, has skillfully organized a selection of his voluminous correspondence. The result is a memoir that will appeal not just to fans, but to anyone interested in the creative process. Heinlein's letters, mostly addressed to his long-time agent, are grouped into topical chapters: ''About Writing Methods and Cutting''; Fan Mail and Other Time Wasters''; and ''Stranger,'' (referring to his novel, Stranger in a Strange Land ). Other chapters cover domestic concerns, travel, etc. Coupled with Virginia Heinlein's commentary, this arrangement helps alleviate the disjointedness often associated with similar compilations. While the book is not autobiographical, it does reveal the psyche of a popular science fiction author. Highly recommended for libraries from high school level on up.

Robert A. Heinlein - Farmer ​in the Sky
Bill ​knew his destiny lay in the stars, but how was he to get there? George Lerner was shipping out for Ganymede to join the fledgling colony, and Bill wanted to go along. But his father would not hear of it -- far too dangerous a mission! Bill finally talked his way aboard the colony ship Mayflower -- and discovered his father was right!

Robert A. Heinlein - Job: ​A Comedy of Justice
After ​he firewalked in Polynesia, the world wasn't the same for Alexander Hergensheimer, now called Alec Graham. As natural accidents occurred without cease, Alex knew Armageddon and the Day of Judgement were near. Somehow he had to bring his beloved heathen, Margrethe, to a state of grace, and, while he was at it, save the rest of the world ....

Robert A. Heinlein - Glory ​Road
E.C. ​"Scar" Gordon, a Vietnam veteran, answers an ad promising adventure and meets a mysterious beauty who transports him to another world.

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Past Through Tomorrow
Here ​in one monumental volume are all 21 of the stories, novella, and novels which make up Heinlein's famous Future History - the rich, imaginative architecture of Man's probable destiny.

Robert A. Heinlein - Between ​Planets
The ​message had seemed simple, yet it was more complex than Don could have imagined. He was being called from Earth to an alien world for reasons unknown -- save only that his life depended on it. But setting out for Mars and getting there in good shape turned out to be a lot more complicated than Don ever would have guessed possible. It was trouble enough being inexplicably hounded by Earth's secret police. But when he was hijacked by Venusian rebels, Don suddenly realized that he was trapped in the center of a war between worlds that could change the fate of the Solar System forever!

Robert A. Heinlein - Starman ​Jones
This ​is one of Heinlein's most well-known juvenile science-fiction adventures. It charts the career of a runaway as he grows up, eventually commanding his very own spaceship.

Robert A. Heinlein - Methuselah's ​Children
The ​Howard Families were the product of a genetic experiment, an interbreeding programme which had produced one hundred thousand people with an average life expectancy of a century and a half. Now, at last, their existence was known on earth, and the entire world demanded to share the "secret" of eternal youth. "It is contrary to our customs to permit scientific knowledge to be held as a monopoly for the few" was what the expert said and it wasn't long before members of the Howard Families were the victims of vicious crime. This dramatic and frighteningly believable novel is a welcome addition to the oeuvre of a brilliant science-fiction writer.

Robert A. Heinlein - Podkayne ​of Mars
Meet ​Podkayne Fries, a thoroughly Martian Ms. who thinks that Earth is not really fit for habitation and that humanity evolved on the now-exploded Fifth Planet.

Robert A. Heinlein - Őrjárat ​a világűrben
"- ​Gyere már! - Ó hogyne, jövök! - Két görgőjárda húzódott az állomástól a hallig. A fiúk ráálltak az egyikre és az már rohant is velük az épület felé. Sok fiú özönlött oda az állomásról jövet. A görgő járda tehát tömve volt. Matt megfigyelt két hosszúkás barna arcú fiút, fejükön magas, szorost a csavart turbánt hordtak, bár egyébként ruházatuk hasonló volt az övéhez. Azonkívül, valamivel távolabb észrevett a járdán egy magas, csinos fiatalembert, akinek érzéketlen arca feketén fénylett. A texasi fiú hüvelykujját övébe akasztotta és körülnézett. - Mamám, hamar még egy pár csirkét, sokan vagyunk a tálhoz! Ha már arról van szó, - folytatta - remélem nem kell soká várnunk az ebédre. Nagyon éhes vagyok. Matt kihalászott a zsebéből egy rúd cukorkát, kettétörte és a felét Jarmannak adta. Ez hálásan fogadta az adományt. - Köszönöm, jó pajtás vagy - mondta. - A reggeli óta már a saját zsíromon élek - ennek fele sem tréfa!"

Robert A. Heinlein - Orphans ​of the Sky
Hugh ​had been taught that, according to the ancient sacred writings, the Ship was on a voyage to faraway Centaurus. But he also understood this was actually allegory for a voyage to spiritual perfection. Indeed, how could the Ship move, since its miles and miles of metal corridors were all there was of creation? Science knew that the Ship was all the Universe, and as long as the sacred Convertor was fed, the lights would continue to glow and the air would flow, and the Creator's Plan would be fulfilled. Of course, there were the muties, grotesquely deformed parodies of humans, who lurked in the upper reaches of the Ship where gravity was weaker. Were they evil incarnate, or merely a divine check on the population, keeping humanity from expanding past the capacity of the Ship to support? Then Hugh was captured by the muties and met their leader (or leaders), Joe-Jim, with two heads on one body. And he learned the true nature of the Ship and its mission between the stars. But could he make his people believe him before it was to late? Could he make them believe that he must be allowed to fly the ship?

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Rolling Stones
When ​the Stone twins made up their minds to leave Lunar City in a secondhand spaceship, they hadn't planned on having their whole family accompany them. But the Stones were not your ordinary Lunar family - no way! - and their voyage through the solar system sure proved it. What began as a simple business expedition to Mars soon mushroomed into a dangerous situation when Grandma Stone was lost in space. Then, just when everything seemed to be getting better, a Martian flatcat came aboard and fouled up the works. But the real trouble didn't get underway until the Stones headed for the asteroid belt to take up a mining proposition they, somehow, couldn't refuse...

Robert A. Heinlein - Sixth ​Column
Last ​of the free nations to fall, America had been invaded and conquered. Ironically, even as Washington had been destroyed, a secret laboratory charged with developing weapons to defeat the invaders had discovered a new system of controlling energy and matter. A super-weapon is developed, but who will use it to liberate America?

Robert A. Heinlein - Matuzsálem ​gyermekei
A ​2125. év túlcivilizálódott világa sok mindent elvisel, de az már végképp feldühíti az embereket, hogy a Családok tagjai valószínűtlenül hosszú életűek. A sokkal rövidebb életű földiek komoly választás elé állítják a Családokat: vagy mind egy szálig kiirtják őket, vagy elrepülnek a Földről egy kísérleti űrhajóval.

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Moon is a Harsh Mistress
Luna ​is an open penal colony and the regime is a harsh one. Not surprisingly, revolution against the hated authority is planned. But the key figures in the revolt are an unlikely crew: Manuel Garcia OKelly, an engaging jack of all trades, the beautiful Wyoming Knott - and Mike, a lonely computer who likes to make up jokes...

Robert A. Heinlein - Kettős ​csillag
Lorenzo ​Smythe, a lecsúszott színész bárokban tengeti napjait, alkoholmámorba menekülve szakmai kudarcai elől. Aztán egyszer egy idegen meghívja egy italra, és mire észbe kap, egy űrhajón csücsül, úton a Mars felé. Megbízóitól megtudja, hogy élete legfontosabb szerepét szánják neki, de ha nem vigyáz, ez lesz az utolsó is. Egy, az ellenlábasai által elrabolt, vezető politikust kell helyettesítenie, és a tét nem kevesebb, mint háború vagy béke, méghozzá bolygóközi szinten! A Nagy Lorenzónak tehát össze kell szednie magát, mert ezúttal nem csupán a kritikusokat kell meggyőznie alakításával, hanem párthíveit és ellenségeit is, mert amennyiben kiderül a turpisság, aranyélete egyszeriben véget ér. Ha azonban elég hihetően játszik, könnyen egy merénylő célkeresztjében találhatja magát. Az SF nagymestere Hugo-díjas regényében maró politikai szatírát vegyített a tőle megszokott vérbeli tudományos-fantasztikumba, és a végeredmény egy olyan klasszikus lett, amelyet mára a szépirodalmi kánon is befogadott. _„Senki más nem tudja a Heinleinéhez hasonló profizmussal ötvözni a tudományt és a fantasztikumot.”_ – New York Herald Tribune

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Unpleasant Profession of Jonathan Hoag
Jonathon ​Hoag discovers a mysterious substance under his fingernails and can't remember what he does for a living or how he spends his days. He enlists private detectives Edward and Cynthia Randall to follow him and uncover his identity, entangling them in a web of intrigue and nightmarish encounters… causing all to question their own and each others' sanity. From the bestselling author of STRANGER IN A STRANGE LAND, GLORY ROAD and STARSHIP TROOPERS.

Robert A. Heinlein - Ajtó ​a nyárba
Daniel ​Boone Davis sikeres feltaláló és vállalkozó, cége háztartási robotokat gyárt és forgalmaz. Aztán egyik napról a másikra kirántják talpa alól a talajt, méghozzá azok, akiktől a legkevésbé várta volna: menyasszonya és legjobb barátja esküdtek össze ellene, minden értelemben. A csalódott férfi menekülni akar a világból, ezért úgy dönt, hibernáltatja magát. Csakhogy rosszakarói mesterkedésének köszönhetően 30 évvel később koldusszegényen ébred, semmivel sem jobb körülmények között, mint amik elől elszökött. Utolsó reménysége egy lezüllött tudós, aki állítólag ismeri az időutazás titkát. Dan bosszútervet kovácsol, hogy a múltba visszatérve jobb irányba terelje életét. Az SF elsőként megválasztott nagymestere óriási hatással volt az irodalmi irányzat fejlődésére, és olyan későbbi szerzőket inspirált, mint Joe Haldeman vagy John Scalzi. Ezt a regényét mindössze 13 nap alatt írta, de népszerűsége azóta is töretlen, a Locus magazin olvasói háromszor is beszavazták minden idők legjobb SF-történetei közé. „Kötelező olvasmány.” – Brian W. Aldiss „Egyike a téma igazi mestereinek.” – Wall Street Journal

Robert A. Heinlein - A ​Hold börtönében
„Kis ​lépés egy embernek, de hatalmas ugrás az emberiségnek.” E szavakkal lépett a Hold felszínére 1969-ben Neil Armstrong. Mintegy száz évvel később, egy újabb nagy ugrásnak köszönhetően immár iparosodott az egész égitest. Bányák és gyárak mindenütt, ám a megtermelt javak nem a telepeseket gazdagítják, minden a Földet illeti meg. Ez azonban természetes, a Hold ugyanis egy ideje gigantikus büntetőtelepként üzemel. Tökéletes börtön, hiszen aki néhány évet eltölt itt, a csekély gravitációhoz való alkalmazkodásnak köszönhetően már nem térhet vissza az anyabolygóra. A „holdlakók” felnövekvő új nemzedékében aztán igény ébred a függetlenségre, arra, hogy a Hold a maga ura lehessen. A Föld kormányainak ez persze nem tetszik, úgy döntenek hát, akár erővel is megőrzik fennhatóságukat. Az elszabadult indulatok elkerülhetetlenül háborúba torkollnak. Mannie, a félkarú komputertechnikus akaratán kívül keveredik bele a politikai játszmákba, amikor a Hold legnagyobb szuperszámítógépe meghibásodik. A hiba azonban egyáltalán nem az, aminek látszik: HOLMES IV egyszerűen öntudatra ébredt, és úgy döntött, kiveszi részét az emberek függetlenségi háborújából. Az SF első Nagymestere ezzel a Hugo-díjas regényével írta bele magát kitörölhetetlenül az irodalomtörténetbe. A Hold börtönébent három ízben szavazták az olvasók minden idők tíz legfontosabb SF-műve közé. „Az ő ötletei jelölték ki a mi utunkat.” – Tom Clancy „Egy szó jut eszembe róla: kihagyhatatlan.” – Robert Silverberg „Robert A. Heinlein talán minden idők legfontosabb SF-írója.” – The Science Fiction Encyclopedia

Robert A. Heinlein - A ​fenevad száma
Heinlein ​egy egész sor alternatív világot és a valóság különféle fokozatait vonultatja fel. Hősei egytől egyig zsenik, kiváló matematikusok, akik a fenevad számának ismeretében bátran vágnak neki a küzdelemnek. Jellegzetes stílusban megírt, olvasmányos történet, kitűnő játék az olvasónak, aki szinte részesévé válik az eseményeknek.

Robert A. Heinlein - Farnham's ​Freehold
You ​Would Have Peace? Then Prepare for War! Hugh Farnham was a practical, self-made man and when he saw the clouds of nuclear war gathering, he built a bomb shelter under his house, hoping for peace and preparing for war. What he hadn't expected was that when the apocalypse came, a thermonuclear blast would tear apart the fabric of time and hurl his shelter into a world with no sign of other human beings. But Farnham's small group had barely settled down to the back-breaking business of low-tech survival when they found that they were not alone after all. The same nuclear war that had catapulted Farnham two thousand years into the future had destroyed all civilization in the northern hemisphere. And the world had changed in more ways than one. In the new world order, Farnham and his family, being members of the race that had nearly destroyed the world, were fit only to be slaves. After surviving a nuclear war, Farnham had no intention of being anybody's slave, but the tyrannical power of the Chosen Race reached throughout the world. Even if he managed to escape. Where could he run to?

Robert A. Heinlein - Have ​Space Suit - Will Travel
One ​minute Kip Russell was walking about in his backyard, testing out an old space suit and dreaming about going to the Moon -- and the next he was out cold, the captive of an insidious space pirate. The whole thing seemed like a bad dream until Kip discovered there were other prisoners on board, and they were all on their way to the Moon -- and a fate worse than death!

Robert A. Heinlein - The ​Red Planet
Willis ​doesn't look like an alien with a price on his head. He is round and furry and is always being mistaken for young Jim Marlowe's pet. Yet he is worth sixty thousand credits to any Earth zoo-keeper. Jim and his friend Frank know it's time for both them and Willis to go on the run.

Robert A. Heinlein - Starship ​Troopers
A ​science fiction tale told through the eyes of Starship Trooper Johnny Rico, from his idealistic enlistment in the infantry of the future, through his rigorous training to the command of his own platoon of infantrymen. His destiny is a galactic war of unlimited violence and destruction, in which he and his fellow troopers scour the metal-strewn emptiness of space to hunt down a terrifying enemy - an insect life form which threatens the very future of mankind.

Robert A. Heinlein - Time ​for the Stars
For ​a telepathic twin on an exploratory space voyage only a few years pass, yet, when he returns to Earth his brother is ready to celebrate his ninetieth birthday.