45 days ago


James from Papamoa Beach

I have a large quantity of science fiction books from away back in time (from the 1950s onwards) to dispose of, as I have reached the age and infirmity that requires moving house, with the consequent need for decluttering. I will place the books on Neighbourly as a separate post, box by box (5 boxes at present).
Seeing these well-loved books go, and to a good home where someone can also appreciate and enjoy them, is the objective; the price is of lower consequence.
Box 5 has more than 70 books, many of which became classics, published in the 1950s from upcoming authors; for many this was their first. The other 4 boxes have books by well-known top authors.

Many of the books listed here are no longer in pint.

If messaging or calling please note the storage box number of your interest. Pick-up in Papamoa East.
BOX #3

• Otherness
• The Postman
• The River of Time
• Heart of the Comet (with Gregory Benford)
• Sundiver (Book 1)
• Startide Rising (Book 2)
• The Uplift War (Book 3)
• Brightness Reef (Book 4)
• Infinity’s Shore (Book 5)
• Heaven’s Reach (Book 6)

• The Venging
• Songs of Earth and Power
• Legacy
• Queen of Angels
• Slant
• Moving Mars
• Anvil of Stars
• Eternity
• The Forge of God
• Tangents
• Eon
• Eternity
• Darwin’s Radio

High quality science fiction from proven well-known authors. $20 the box. Pick-up and/or view in Papamoa East.

Price: $20

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