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  • The Puppy of Doom and Other Stories | John Stilwell

    The Puppy of Doom and Other Stories

    • UNABRIDGED (5 hrs and 49 mins)
    • By John Stilwell
    • Narrated By Chase Johnson
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    This book is a collection of science fiction short stories. The first six are future war, all set in the same universe. The second set near future. The stories run the gamut from action to comedy.

  • Adrift on a Sea of Stars | John Stilwell

    Adrift on a Sea of Stars

    • UNABRIDGED (4 hrs and 8 mins)
    • By John Stilwell
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    For years space telescopes had found four nearby stars very promising. The first fleet consisted of three crafts faster than anything ever built. Their mission was to visit them to survey for possible habitable worlds. More advanced, the second fleet was planned to be launched decades later with the goal of landing on alien worlds. Fifty years beyond that, the third fleet would carry a cargo of frozen colonists. Everything went as planned until the crews of first fleet woke up near their selected stars.

  • The Galactic Time Trap | John Stilwell

    The Galactic Time Trap

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    • By John Stilwell
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    A mysterious lander is found on the far side of the Moon containing a glass bottle with a message in it for humanity. A space station and teams of scientists are sent to the edge of the solar system, further than anyone had ever ventured before. After two generations, the object under study had faded from the popular imagination. If it was only a natural phenomenon then why the warning to bring lots of guns? When Carl Vandor signed up for the secret government project as a test pilot he had no clue what his real job would be.

    don says: "Great Book"
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