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Animal Farm
Animal Farm George Orwell
Twenty new titles in the much-loved and hugely successful Penguin English Library series.
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The Last Four Things
The Last Four Things Paul Hoffman
Returning to the Sanctuary of the Redeemers – Thomas Cale is told by the Lord Militant that the destruction of mankind is necessary . . .
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The Man In The High Castle
The Man In The High Castle Philip K. Dick
Philip K. Dick's cult novel - now in an official tie-in edition to accompany the new TV series.
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Cat's Cradle
Cat's Cradle Kurt Vonnegut
Kurt Vonnegut's Cat's Cradle is an irreverent and highly entertaining fantasy about the playful irresponsibility of nuclear scientists, beautifully repackaged as part of the Penguin Essentials range.
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The Peripheral
The Peripheral William Gibson
The story of a young woman caught between two worlds, The Peripheral interweaves two futures - pre-apocalypse USA and post-apocalypse London - to tell a story which gets right to heart of the way we live now.
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The Seeds Of Time
The Seeds Of Time John Wyndham
In this thrilling collection of stories, John Wyndham, author of the acclaimed classics The Day of the Triffids and The Midwich Cuckoos, conducts ten experiments along the theme of 'I wonder what might happen if . . .'
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Consider Her Ways
Consider Her Ways John Wyndham
The six stories in this second collecton of John Wyndham's short tales continue his exploration of the science fiction staple - what if?
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The Chemickal Marriage
The Chemickal Marriage G. W. Dahlquist, G.W. Dahlquist
Miss Temple, young, wealthy and far away from home, never wanted to be a heroine. Yet her fiancé is dead - admittedly by her own hand - and her nemesis, the terrifyingly wicked Contessa Lacquer-Sforza, is still at large.
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The World In Winter
The World In Winter John Christopher
The sun wanes and a new ice age descends on the world. Swiftly, the old industrial nations die. Their populations flock to Africa or South America - wherever crops will grow and life is sustainable.
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