Theodore Sturgeon - Novels

Novels

  • The Dreaming Jewels (1950)
  • More Than Human (1953)
  • The Cosmic Rape (1958)
  • Venus Plus X (1960)
  • Some of Your Blood (1961)
  • Godbody (1986) (published posthumously)

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