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Heyne Science Fiction - Jahresband 1980 by Wolfgang Jeschke1980
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1981 by Wolfgang Jeschke1981
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1982 by Wolfgang Jeschke1982
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1983 by Wolfgang Jeschke1983
Heyne SCience Fiction Jahresband 1984 by Wolfgang Jeschke1984
Heyne Jahresband Science Fiction 1985. 9 Romane und Erzählungen prominenter SF- Autoren. by Wolfgang Jeschke1985
Heyne Jahresband Science Fiction 1986. by Wolfgang Jeschke1986
Heyne Jahresband Science Fiction 1987. by Wolfgang Jeschke1987
Heyne Jahresband Science Fiction 1988 zum Jubiläumsjahr. by Wolfgang Jeschke1988
Heyne Jahresband Science Fiction 1989. by Wolfgang Jeschke1989
Science Fiction Jahresband 1990. Romane und Erzählungen. by Wolfgang Jeschke1990
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1991. 8 Romane und Erzählungen prominenter SF- Autoren. by Wolfgang Jeschke1991
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1992. 9 Romane und Erzählungen prominenter SF- Autoren. by Wolfgang Jeschke1992
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1993. 9 Romane und Erzählungen. by Wolfgang Jeschke1993
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1994. 7 Romane und Erzählungen. by Wolfgang Jeschke1994
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1995 by Wolfgang Jeschke1995
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1996 by Wolfgang Jeschke1996
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1997 by Stephen Baxter1997
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1998. 6 Romane und Erzählungen prominenter SF- Autoren. by Wolfgang Jeschke1998
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 1999. 5 Romane und Erzählungen prominenter SF- Autoren. by Wolfgang Jeschke1999
Heyne Science Fiction Jahresband 2000 by Wolfgang Jeschke2000

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Recommendations

  1. Heyne Science Fiction Magazin 2 by Wolfgang Jeschke (1982)
  2. The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction 65. Cyrion in Bronze. by Ronald M. Hahn (1983)
  3. The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction: A 30-Year Retrospective by Edward L. Ferman (1980)
  4. The Fantasy Hall of Fame by Robert Silverberg (1983)
  5. Science Fiction Jubiläumsband. Ein Lesebuch by Wolfgang Jeschke (1985)
  6. Science Fiction Story - Reader 18 by Wolfgang Jeschke (1984)
  7. Invasion. by Ulrich Harbecke (1983)
  8. The Hugo Winners: Volume Four (1976-1979) by Isaac Asimov (1984)
  9. Ein hinterlistiger Planet. Science Fiction Erzählungen. by Shinichi Hoshi (1984)
  10. Science Fiction Jahrbuch 1983. by Hans Joachim Alpers (1982)
  11. Isaac's Universe, Volume 1: Diplomacy Guild by Martin H. Greenberg (1990)
  12. Die phantastischen Erzählungen by Stanisław Lem (1980)
  13. Chroniken der Zukunft I. Die Sterne rücken näher/ Die Pioniere von Sigma Draconia / Brüder der Erde. by Robert Silverberg (1984)
  14. Heyne Science Fiction, Fantasy und Horror im Heyne Taschenbuch. Das Programm 1960 bis Oktober 1998 by Werner Bauer (1998)
  15. Test. Phantastische Erzählungen. by Stanisław Lem (1968)

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Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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