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Three novels set in the dying days of II Galaxy, when it appears that magic may supplant science!
Tonight We Steal The Stars
By John Jakes
Cover by Jack Gaughan
Theft of the Seven Stars is impossible, yet somewhere in II Galaxy there are hushed voices, and secretive eyes, and long dreams of the Seven Stars clasped within a closed hand.
And somewhere else in II Galaxy there is a powerful and hulking man with golden eyes who could not even in his wildest drugdream conceive of his fate being tangled with the Seven Stars.
This burly man will begin a hunt to stop the most dangerous and daring crime in history-and he will end the hunt as one of those who make the impossible possible. His name is Wolf Dragonard. This is his story, in the Ninth Age of the Star Kings in II Galaxy.
When The Star Kings Die
By John Jakes
In the tenth age of the Star Kings of II Galaxy . . .
In that far-off day of a faraway future when mankind has spread beyond the Home Cluster, there was a man called Dragonard. "Dragonard the Beast," some called this fallen warrior. Formerly one of the immortal Lords of the Exchange who ruled and owned a million worlds. "Dragonard the Last Hope," thought others, when the terrible rumor spread that the star kings were finally dying.
Dragonard himself did not know what to believe. Until he found himself torn from his prison, turned loose on a strange planet as a human weapon to be lunged into the heart of a cosmic mystery.
But whose weapon was he? And what was his real mission? And, above all, how could he free himself to act for the good of the people?
The Planet Wizard
By John Jakes
Cover by Jeff Jones
Once there were mighty worlds and vast commercial empires. Once there were Lords of the Exchange, masters of the multifold works of science whose products made II Galaxy boom and its myriads of inhabitants happy. But dark days had fallen, the lights had gone out everywhere, and superstition, ignorance, and the frightful reality of mutants and monsters had made that universe a place of terror.
Pastora was one of the most backward of the surviving worlds, and on that world it fell to the lot of four people to go out in a faltering spaceship to loot a nearby planet.
All three of these are first editions. I call them Good copies, though there are perfectionists who would insist that they are only Readers. There's nothing loose or missing. There is foxing, spine wear, reading creases, and some wrinkling and crinkling.