The Girl in the Golden Atom by Ray Cummings

The Girl in the Golden Atom – humans are reduced to the size of the atom, finding a whole new universe in the diminutive scale.


X-87: Five Stories by Ray Cummings

X-87 – Five stories by Ray Cummings from the early 1940s. These science fiction stories reflect the shock and fear of the reality of the early years of World War II.


The Exile of Time by Ray Cummings

The Exile of Time – Time traveling robots go back to 1935 New York City and destroy it, killing thousands. The chase to get the evil one behind the destruction takes our heroes both to the beginning and the end of time on earth.


The Narratives of Gregg Haljan by Ray Cummings

Two great early space opera novels, Brigands of the Moon (1930), and its sequel, Wandl, the Invader (1932) in which Gregg Haljan saves the world first from space pirates and then from space invaders.


Wandl, the Invader by Ray Cummings

In this sequel to “Brigands of the Moon”, Gregg Haljan tries to save the Earth, Mars and Venus from being destroyed by the giant brains of the planet Wandl.


Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings

One of the early great space opera novels, Brigands of the Moon by Ray Cummings (1887-1957) was serialized in four parts in Astounding Stories of Super Science in its March through June 1930 issues. Gregg Haljan, Third Officer of the Planetara, must fight Martian pirates and Earth traitors to protect the precious radium ore found on the Moon from being hijacked.