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Series: Urania

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All'ombra di Tycho (Urania) by Clifford D. Simak170
The Space Merchants by Frederik Pohlnot in English Common Knowledge297
Camminavano come noi. by Clifford D. Simak315
Psychogeist by L. P. Daviesnot in English Common Knowledge458
Fantalmanacco by Mack Reynolds477
Le gabbie dell'infinito by Kenneth Bulmernot in English Common Knowledge478
La terza alternativa by John Douglasnot in English Common Knowledge478
The Werewolf Principle by Clifford D. Simak495
Computer World by Mack Reynolds526
The Cassiopeia Affair by Chloe Zerwicknot in English Common Knowledge533
Rolltown by Mack Reynoldsnot in English Common Knowledge541
Souvenir by Roger Deeleynot in English Common Knowledge541
The Thing In The Stone [short story] by Clifford D. Simak543
Urania 559 - L'immaginazione al potere 1971 by Clifford D. Simak559
Ring Around the Sun by Clifford D. Simak719
The Hunters by Burt Wetansonnot in English Common Knowledge911
The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adamsnot in English Common Knowledge968
La strada dell’eternità - Urania N’ 1043 1987 by Clifford D. Simak1043
Alieni e no (Urania n.1091) by Clifford D. Simak1091
Giù nel ciberspazio - Urania 1179 I romanzi fantascienza cyberpunk cyberspazio by William Gibson1179
The SFWA Grand Masters, Volume 3: Lester Del Rey, Frederik Pohl, Damon Knight, A. E. van Vogt, and Jack Vance by Frederik Pohlnot in English Common Knowledge1480
American Gods by Neil Gaimannot in English Common Knowledge1481
Broken Time by Maggy Thomasnot in English Common Knowledge1482
Spheres of Heaven by Charles Sheffieldnot in English Common Knowledge1483
Call from a Distant Shore by Stephen L. Burnsnot in English Common Knowledge1484
Il preludio a Dune. I ribelli dell'impero by Brian Herbertnot in English Common Knowledge1485
Stella cadente by Alberto Costantininot in English Common Knowledge1516
Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers by Harry Harrisonnot in English Common Knowledge1517
Slan Hunter by A. E. Van Vogtnot in English Common Knowledge1526
L'imperatrice del sole (Urania) by Ian McDonaldnot in English Common Knowledge1661

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