I am tearing my hair out. This anthology was, I'm pretty certain, called 'Sci-Fi!', which makes it jolly hard to find. It was a thick hardback book with a space scene on the front. I can, however, recall specific stories (if not their authors) from within: - Master Of All The World, in which a young boy is used as a pawn by aliens who need an empty planet - The Last Day On Earth, in which a cosmic winter is about to destroy all life as we know it - The Turn of a Card, in which a platoon trapped in a cave are defended by their ageing sargeant - Eye of the Beholder, about a group of colonists who land on a distant planet and find the creatures they thought were monsters actually weren't at all Plus there was one about intelligent dolphins, one about a sadistic gameshow, one about giant flies used for labour...I can remember them all vividly but can't remember the publication details of the anthology in which they were contained. Can anyone help???