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X-Treme Possibilities: A Paranoid Rummage Through the X-Files

by Paul Cornell, Martin Day & Keith Topper

'Open your mind to extreme possibilities'

Scully's desire to be recognised as 'a medical doctor' ooze mouthfuls of difficult dialogue and the tendency for characters not to make it through the pre-titles sequence...


The Doctor Who Discontinuity Guide

by Paul Cornell, Martin Day & Keith Topper

When it was originally published the Discontinuity Guide was the first attempt to bring together all of the various fictional information seen in BBC TV's DOCTOR WHO and then present it in a coherent narrative....


A Spell of Empire

by Allan J. Scott

In the north, the Nibelung Empire covering Scandinavia and Northern Europe. In the south, the Tyrrhennian Empire, decadent child of once mighty Rome. In between, Volker Seefried, musician and sorceror's apprentice,...


The Space-Time Juggler: Empire Book 2

by John Brunner

In the long twilight if a galactic empire the old king is dying. He has little choice but to name his callow young son as heir and his wanton daughter as regent. It seems the long decline is destined to continue....


Hyperspace

by Patricia Fanthorpe

"Elpowa" industries the mammoth electro-engineering combine controlling half the galaxy, discovered the Threshold... a scientific gateway to the fourth dimension. The industry and culture of a thousand planets...


Space-Borne

by Patricia Fanthorpe

It was a proud moment in the earth's history, when twenty-four dedicated volunteers set off, on that bright summer morning in 1993, to conquer the vastnesses of inter-stellar space. They did not hope to accomplish...


Maul

by Tricia Sullivan

The gun straps to the inside of my leg with Velcro. It's not the absolute zenith of fashion to do this anymore but girls who wear theirs with leather straps and buckles aren't serious: with Velcro you can get...


The Royal Changeling

by John Whitbourn

Invading England after Charles II's death the Duke of Monmouth comes face-to-face with an old friend - Theophilus Oglethorpe. Oglethorpe in common with only a handful of others knows Monmouth's background fully...


Negative Minus

by Patricia Fanthorpe

A space liner is a brilliantly designed machine. It is not the kind of thing that disappears without good reason. The Q 97 bound for Alpha Centauri vanished with disquieting suddenness. Stelgen and his crew...


Lethe

by Tricia Sullivan

It is the year 2166. Eighty years have passed since the Gene Wars devastated the Earth decimating the human population and giving rise to myriad new life-forms. Now among the dolphins of Australia Jenae Kim...


Someone to Watch Over Me

by Tricia Sullivan

When Sabina picks up Adrien battered and bleeding outside Zagreb station she knows only that she is drawn to this stranger and to the sense of danger he represents. She has no idea that she is also touching...


Radar Alert

by Patricia Fanthorpe

Unless life itself is a pathetic cosmic accident, man cannot be the only intelligence in the universe. It is unlikely that man is the highest intelligence. Compared to other planetary systems, our solar system...


Dark Continuum

by Patricia Fanthorpe

Beyond the eccentric orbits of Pluto and Neptune lies a vast, empty wilderness. There is nothing but the silence of space between the fringes of the Solar System and our nearest stellar neighbour, Proxima Centauri....


Beyond Time

by Patricia Fanthorpe

If a man from the mid-1920s had picked up today's paper he would have mistaken it for a science fiction magazine. In the same way, if a man from the mid-1960s could be confronted with a national daily from thirty...


Through The Barrier

by Patricia Fanthorpe

The engines died first, then the ship. Hope died. Men lived on. Then men died one by one... Accidents... quarrels... illness... age. One man remained. One man sat in the quietness of the drifting ship and wondered...


Beyond the Void

by Patricia Fanthorpe

Inexplicable electro-magnetic disturbances threw the Avon's passengers and crew into confusion as their ship was dragged off course. Collision with a huge asteroid seemed inevitable and the Avon was abandoned....


Neuron World

by Patricia Fanthorpe

The human personality had been defined by leading psychologists as the integrated and dynamic organisation of psychical, mental, moral and social qualities. A personality is the product of heredity and environment....


Satellite

by Patricia Fanthorpe

Leinster was a scientist with rather odd political ideas. When he discovers a new super-efficient rocket projectile, he decides to publish his findings to the entire world. The implications are tremendous. Who-ever...


Heaven's Queen

by Rachel Bach

From the moment she took a job on Captain Caldswell's doomed ship, Devi Morris' life has been one disaster after another: government conspiracies, two alien races out for her blood, an incurable virus that's...


Defenders

by Will McIntosh

A new epic of alien invasion and human resistance by Hugo Award-winning author Will McIntosh.

Our Darkest Hour.

Our Only Hope.

The invaders came to claim earth as their own, overwhelming us with superior weapons...