The Unicorn Girl by Michael Kurland
Pyramid Books, 1969
Price I paid: 75¢
It wasn’t exactly a sound. It was more like a feeling―a gut-wrenching, universe-shaking, giant blip of a feeling. Then came the changes.
The legendary powers of Mike and Chester―fearless explorers of a thousand legendary worlds―are no help in handling the extraterrestrial perspective where time, space and sanity all find new meanings.
A perspective you too can discover with the help of
the unicorn girl
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Psi Hunt by Michael Kurland
Berkley Science Fiction, 1980
Price I paid: 90¢
Astral Emprise sold metaphysics, mysticism, paranormal phenomena, astrology lessons—and anything else that Believers were willing to spend a dollar on.
Not the kind of operation the U.S. Navy was used to dealing with.
Until the People’s Republic of China decided it could blow up half the United States with five telepathic kids who spent their days watching grade-B war movies in an L.A. theater.
And Lieutenant Junior Grade Robert Burrows was assigned to call their bluff…
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