Subject Index - Fantasy & Science Fiction
This is list of all the Fantasy and Science Fiction book and audiobook
reviews, with titles starting with the letters
E - K, located on LPR. These titles are listed alphabetically by title.
Fantasy & Science Fiction: Titles E-K
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- The Eyre Affair: A Novel, by Jasper Fforde.
Jane Eyre has been kidnaped! Can Thursday Next, a Special Operation's officer in the Literary Detective Division, get Jane back into Bronte's book before it is too late?
- Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury.
Books were for burning and Guy Montag was a fireman whose job it was to start fires, and he enjoys his job. That is until he learns that books are not the evil things he was always taught they were.
- The Fallible Fiend, by L. Sprague de Camp.
What would you do if you were a demon whose master told you to eat any intruders that happened by? You'd eat him of course, which is exactly what Zdim did. So why did his master get so upset? You'll have to read the book to find out...
- Fatherland, By Robert Harris
The year is 1964, Germany won WWII, Hitler is still in power and a Kennedy is in the White House.
- Flow My Tears, The Policeman Said, by Philip K. Dick.
The world famous TV personality, Jason Taverner, whose show regularly has over 30 million viewers has a problem, no one remembers who he is!
- The Folk Keeper, By Franny Billingsley.
This is a delightful books about a young girl with otherworldly powers who serves as a Folk Keeper. A Folk Keeper's job is to care for the Folk, vicious creatures made up almost entirely of just mouths and teeth.
- Footsteps of Angels, by E. C. Tubb.
When his daughter is struck down by a mysterious illness while vacationing on the Moon, tycoon Max Feyman sets out to track down a cure, before it is too late...
- The Forest House, By Marion Zimmer Bradley.
The Forest House is the prequel to the Mists of Avalon. Rather than being an Arthurian novel, this story surrounds the collision of the Roman and Druid traditions.
- Going Postal, by Terry Pratchett.
In this, the thirty-third Discworld novel, Pratchett sets Moist von Lipwig to work revivifying the Ankh-Morpork postal service. As you would expect, much hilarity and mischief will follow Lipwig's efforts.
- Great Classic Science Fiction, by H.G. Wells, Andre Norton, Lester del Rey, and et al.
A solid grouping of classic science fiction short stories by various award-winning authors. Featured authors include H. G. Wells, Stanley G. Weinbaum, Lester Del Rey, Fritz Leiber, James H. Schmitz, Philip K. Dick, Frank Herbert, and Andre Norton.
- Hal Spacejock: Just Desserts, by Simon Haynes.
Space pilot for hire! Hal Spacejock Guaranteed Cheap. A mysterious sealed crate, a pair of shady mercenaries with more guns than brain cells and an amnesiac robot which may or may not be on a secret mission. Only interstellar ignoramus Hal Spacejock and the unflappable Clunk could turn a straightforward cargo delivery into a space opera with clowns.
- The Hammer of God, by Arthur C. Clarke.
In this book, Clarke ponders what might happen if humans learned that a death dealing asteroid was on a collision course with the Earth. He looks at both the scientific problems it would create, as well as the moral and social issues that would develop on a world staring doom straight in the eye.
- Harry Potter
- Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (Book 1), by J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter, a poor orphan, has been leading a less than idyllic life, living in a cupboard under this Aunt and Uncle's steps, but all this changes when he is accepted into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry...
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (Book 2), by J. K. Rowling
Someone has opened the Chamber of Secrets and students at the Hogwarts school are being turned into stone. Can Harry get to the bottom of this mystery before he too, turns to stone?
- Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (Book 3), by J. K. Rowling
Sirius Black has escaped from the unescapable wizard prison, Azkaban. Is he out to kill Harry? And if so, why?
- Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire (Book 4), by J. K. Rowling
This is the fourth book in Rowling's seven part Harry Potter series. In this installment, the Hogwarts school is hosting the Triwizard Tournament, a tournament in which past contestants have died!
- Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (Book 5), by J. K. Rowling.
Follow Harry Potter through his fifth year at the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry as he must once again do battle with the dark Lord Voldemort - with tragic consequences!
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (Book 6), by J. K. Rowling.
The battle against Lord Voldemort continues. To prepare him for the coming battles, Dumbledore begins to give Harry advance magical training. At the same time, Harry struggles to discover the identity of the mysterious half-blood prince.
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows (Book 7), by J. K. Rowling.
This is the seventh and final book in the Harry Potter saga. Full of adventure, magic, danger, and battles, this book soundly and satisfactorily concludes the series.
- Have Space Suit Will Travel, by Robert A. Heinlein.
In this enthralling adventure story, Kip and his fellow alien abductees, race against time to save the Earth, and its inhabitants, from a looming invasion and a fate worse than death.
- The Historian, by Elizabeth Kostova.
When a teenage girl finds a book containing her widowed fathers old letters outlining his research of Dracula, she takes up his quest to find the evil fiend.
- The Hobbit - Or There and Back Again, by J.R.R. Tolkien.
This is a mythical quest story that follows the Hobbit, Bilbo Baggins and his dwarvish companions as they set out to recover the dwarves treasure, which was stolen by the dragon, Smaug.
- The Horse and His Boy, by C. S. Lewis.
When Shasta discovers he is not Arsheesh's son and therefore does not belong in the cruel land of Calormen, he joins forces with Bree the talking horse and flees north towards Narnia, where freedom reigns.
- I, Robot, by Isaac Asimov.
Ten, classic, chronologically organized short stories about Robots in which Asimov delineates his famed, Three Laws of Robotics.
- I Spy..., by John Russell Fearn.
Originally published under the pseudonym of Vargo Statten, I Spy... is the rousing story of a scientist who uses his new invention to embark upon a new career as a blackmailer, with tragic results.
- Inhumanity Quest, by T. Ray Gordon.
A spirited science fiction space opera about one man's quest to save humanity from a monstrous alien menace that has been fighting against the humans for generations.
- The Invisible Man, by H. G. Wells
With his face swaddled in bandages, his eyes hidden behind dark glasses, and his hands covered even indoors, Griffin, the new guest at the Coach and Horses, is at first assumed to be a shy accident victim...
- Juliet Dove, Queen of Love, by Bruce Coville.
When Juliet Dove puts on a magic amulet, she discovers that it makes her irresistible to boys. As events spiral out of control, Juliet discovers that she has become a character in a mythical love story and it is up to her to set things right - if she can.
- King Kong, by Joe DeVito and Brad Strickland.
An exciting audio production of the novelization of Merian C. Cooper's 1933 movie, King Kong, featuring a full cast of actors.
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