A collection of 30 books in PDF format with OCR and covers. Mostly in fiction category:
A Pictorial History of Horror Movies by Dennis Gifford
A Throne of Bayonets (1955) by Kevin Fitzgerald
And Chaos Died (1970) by Joanna Russ
Checklist of Western and Northern Fiction 1900 - 1980 by Mike Cancellarl
Chronocules (1970) by D. G. Compton
Darien Venture (1955) by C V Terry
Dead Man Friday (1953) by J. F. Hutton
DeKok and the Corpse at the Church Wall (1994) by Baantjer
Dr. Futurity (1972) by Philip K. Dick
Furthest (1971) by Suzette Haden Elgin
Ghosts and Scholars (1987) by Richard Dalby & Rosemary Pardoe (Eds.)
Grimhaven (The Lost Hoke Moseley Novel) by Charles Willeford
I, the Executioner (1953) by Stephen Ransome
Jernigan (1968) by John Callahan
Man Into Space (1960) by Murray Leinster
Saraband of Lost Time (1985) by Richard Grant
Slick on the Draw (1958) by Tom West
So Dead My Love (1953) by Harry Whittington
The Blood Rock Valley War (1969) by Ray Hogan
The Dark Frigate (1923) by C. B. Hawes
The Fast Buck (1953) by Ross Laurence
The Fourth Gunman (1958) by Merle Constinier
The Island Under the Sea (1969) by Avram Davidson
The Killing of Hallie James (1969) by Hall Thompson
The Preserving Machine (1969) by Philip K. Dick
The Shimmering Door (1996) by Katharine Kerr (Ed.)
The Silent Multitude (1969) by D. G. Compton
The Unteleported Man (1972) by Philip K. Dick
Tripticks (1972) by Ann Quin (gnv64)
West of the Pecos (1968) bv Louis Trimble
Like the rest of you, I’m a big fan of the work gnv64 does, but I wanted to remind everyone that some torrents are hard to get because they have no seeds. If you downloaded anything from gnv64, especially if it is more than a couple years old, maybe seed it once a month or so. And, of course, if someone does start uploading it, leave it on until they reach 100%. Finally, if you downloaded something, but no longer have the torrent file in your client, you can click the link on here or thepiratebay and point the torrent to your existing files and it will start seeding. I’d hate to see some of gnv64’s hard work get lost. Happy torrenting.
I nether have the space to store all my old torrents nor the bandwidth to keep seeding them as I make new stuff all the time. So please don't make re-seed request. Instead, do seed to atleast 1:1 ratio so that the torrents don't die out!
Yes. I’m aware of that. I was sending a message to the many other people who download your stuff. That’s why I started my comment with “Like the rest of you” and referred to gnv64 in the 3rd person. In any case, no matter how many times you say it, most people do not seed 1:1 and the only reason many of your torrents don’t die out is because a few people like me seed them long after everyone else has stopped. And that will always be the case. But I don’t have all your torrents and have no plans to try and get all of them.
I’m hoping someone else reading this will remember they downloaded a torrent of yours a long time ago and find it again on demonoid or on thepiratebay (the user’s name there is gnv65). Just click the torrent link and point the torrent to the files on your local hard drive and seed it every month or so.
@gnv64 Since this is the only way to reach the many people who download your work, it would be nice if in the future you were supportive of my small efforts to get your old torrents reseeded by your many fans. My tone is positive and my efforts constructive. Also, I plan to keep making this “re-seed” request so you should get used to it because unless other people reseed your old torrents, the files are gone forever. Which would be a shame. Happy torrenting.
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