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The Empire Strikes Back, The Force, And A Death Star: All Written In 1893. "Our empire is not bounded by the roofs of subterranean caverns, but only by the limits of the planet's atmosphere. We can soar beyond the clouds and dive beneath the seas. We have realised what he called the Vril force as a sober, scientific fact; and if I thought that you, for instance, were my en ...more
Paperback, 280 pages
Published November 15th 2003 by Heliograph (first published 1894)
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Published in 1894, a year after The Angel of the Revolution A Tale of the Coming Terror, Olga Romanoff, or, The Syren of the Skies continues the saga of the ultimate Anglo-Saxon utopia, Aeria, in the years 2030-2037. After the leaders of Aeria relinquish their control of the world to individual countries after 125 years of peace enforced by Aeria's domination of the air, the beautiful but thoroughly evil Olga Romanoff begins her quest to regain the power of her ancestors, the Tsars of Russia, wh ...more
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George Griffith (1857 – 1906), full name George Chetwynd Griffith-Jones, was a prolific British science fiction writer and noted explorer who wrote during the late Victorian and Edwardian age. Many of his visionary tales appeared in magazines such as Pearson's Magazine and Pearson's Weekly before being published as novels. Griffith was extremely popular in the United Kingdom, though he failed to f ...more