Armageddon – Through wars and conquests and societal “reorganizations”, Ray Bradbury writes about the “endings” of things in these five science fiction stories. From the most personal and singular, to the most public and cosmic all things must come to an end.
Professor Jameson’s Adventures in the Universe Vol.3 – wherein the good Professor meets biological Zoromes, engages in a Space War with other mechanical men, and avoids becoming lunch for some very odd metal-eating creatures.
Spacehounds of IPC – When a space liner is crippled and hijacked by aliens, two survivors of the attack make their way to Ganymede where they set up a base to regain their freedom. This results in an interplanetary war.
Lost Ships – Three classic science fiction novelettes by Leigh Brackett, known as the Queen of Space Opera. Outpost on Io, The Citadel Of Lost Ships, Last Call For Sector 9G
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.
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.
The classic science fiction novel, The War of the Worlds was first serialized by Pearson’s Magazine in the UK between April and December of 1897. It is one of the earliest stories about an invasion of the Earth by extraterrestrials.
Venhez is a pair of novelettes by Nictzin Dyalhis. Evil beings from the dark side of the Moun, able to control minds, attack Aerth. The men of Venhez must destroy them before they conquer the other inhabited worlds of the Planetary Chain.
The Pirate Planet (1930) by Charles Willard Diffin (1884-1966) was a four part serialized novel in Astounding Stories of Super Science. This classic science fiction novel pits telepathic Venusians and their lust to conquer Earth against the indomitable courage and willpower of the U.S. Army Air Corps.