3. A selection of van Vogt novels


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  • "The World of Null-A" (1945) by A. E. van Vogt

    by A. E. van Vogt

    First published in monthly instalments in the August-October 1945 issues of Astounding Science Fiction, this fast-paced and very ambitious blockbuster novel set in 2580 A.D. was A. E. van Vogt’s fourth major novel in that glorious heyday-decade of science fiction, the golden forties.
    Regularly (...)

  • "Slan" (1940) - A. E. van Vogt’s first and most famous novel

    by A. E. van Vogt

    First published in four installments in the September-December 1940 issues of Astounding Science Fiction, this smoothly-written and ambitious first novel with its action-oriented, science-minded, Big-Ideas-About-The-Evolutionary-Future-of-Humanity theme, its dramatic story line involving an (...)

  • "The Voyage of The Space Beagle" (1950) by A. E. van Vogt

    by A. E. van Vogt

    If there is one "golden-age" science-fiction novel that has passed the most demanding literary test of all – the test of time – with flying colours, it is this brilliant account of the exciting - and thought-provoking – adventures of mankind’s first voyage of exploration outside of his own galaxy. (...)

  • Index of van Vogt novels on this site

    by Ray

    Cosmic Encounter
    Slan
    The Book of Ptath
    The House That Stood Still
    The Mind Cage
    The Mixed Men
    The Players of Null-A
    The Universe Maker
    The Voyage of the Space Beagle
    The Weapon Makers
    The Weapon Shops of Isher
    The Winged Man
    The World of (...)