Science Fiction

Best Selling / Page 144

icon Subscribe to feed


Best Selling

New Releases

Our selection




Delete Science Fiction


In category

Adventure (1963)

Space opera and planet opera (1211)

Military (1048)

Short Stories (593)

Dystopia and uchronia (284)

High Tech (234)

Post-Apocalyptic (91)

Speculative Fiction (59)

Time travel (54)

Hard science (36)



English (3243)

Australian, pacific, oceanian and polynesian (28)

Slavic (17)

Hispanophone (6)

Asian (4)

Nordic (3)

Italian (3)

Francophone (2)

Germanophone (1)



English (9494)

French (794)

German (5092)

Spanish (395)

Italian (1080)



All (9494)

DRM Free (1498)

DRM (7975)

More options

The Dark Between the Stars

The Saga of Shadows #1

by Kevin J. Anderson

Twenty years after the elemental conflict that nearly tore apart the cosmos in The Saga of Seven Suns, a new threat emerges from the darkness. The human race must set aside its own inner conflicts to rebuild...

Hereditary Decision

by Allen Laycock

There are lots of things in the world that go bump in the night. Some just bump a little harder than others. Most we know about or at least have heard about but there are a few that are less known. Greg is an...

Sword and Laser Anthology

by Veronica Belmont & Tom Merritt

Twenty never-before-published short stories span the worlds of science fiction and fantasy, inviting readers of both genres to lose themselves in tales sometimes humorous, sometimes terrifying, and always engrossing....


by Allison Stanley

In Tango City, humans and human-shaped robots called cybersabers coexist more or less peacefully. Zafnar Farfetched is no exception, a human with a mundane job and a quiet life. His life changes, however, when...

Four Tasks (Not Three)

by Gail Mayh

London-based Phoebe thinks she has a perfect life, right up until she is bitten by a vampire whose only justification is that she needed a flat-mate. Strangely, Phoebe finds she is stronger than her maker and...

Noble Ark: Mankind's Redemption Book 1

by Colette Black, Suzanne Helmigh & Evan Braun

Mwalgi pirates, parasitic aliens who consume human spinal fluid, are boarding the Noble Ark. When Larkin Trovgar, a half-human member of the attacking alien ship, turns on his own people, saving Aline Taylor's...

The Wastelanders

by Tim Hemlin

America is controlled by a corporate oligarchy known as the Water Cartel and warrior-priest Joey Hawke finds himself trapped between a mysterious geneticist amassing a clone army and a group of political fanatics...



Salisby Dalisby has been forced the 154th time to "go through again" as a baby to new Sanctiant parents. Salisby was able to enjoy his new family for about five years until a very bad dark Lord and Kingpin abducted...

At the End of Time

by Gary C. Reynolds

In the cool of April 1936, scientists Daniel Adams and Charles Chamberlane receive a mysterious package that includes a key and a map of the Belgian Congo. The directions say more packages are to be found, and...

Endor's Adventures

by John R. Garland

Endor must travel to the neighboring country of Dame in order to learn what he can of the people and their head wizard, Erg. Together they must form an alliance to do battle with Crindeland and their head wizard,...

World Train: Beginning

by MD Shoatzycoatl

Follow the adventure of a young man who is hit by a train and transported to a shadowy afterlife world full of minotaurs, tanks, mermaids, priests, robots, tribesmen, and many other colorful beasts, creatures,...

Amnesia Moon

by Jonathan Lethem

In Jonathan Lethem's wryly funny second novel, we meet a young man named Chaos, who's living in a movie theater in post-apocalyptic Wyoming, drinking alcohol, and eating food out of cans.

It's an unusual and...

Women's Work

by Kari Aguila

What would change if women ruled the world? "So, when most of the men were dead, women saw their chance to take over?" Kate searches her son's eyes as he asks this. "Not take over," she says. "Fix things." It...

The Purple Cloud

by Matthew Phipps Shiel

Sheil's free-flowing and persuasive style of writing produces a convincing portrait of Adam Jefferson -- a man who, upon returning alone from an expedition to the North Pole, learns that a world-wide catastrophe...

The Last Man

by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley

Mary Shelley (née Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin, often known as Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley) was a British novelist, short story writer, dramatist, essayist, biographer, travel writer, and editor of the works...

The Aebeling

by Michael O'Neill

Major (Ret.) Conn MacLeod is no ordinary forty year old - and he has a very long list of achievements to prove it. From his decorated army career, his celebrated status as a world champion in several sports,...

Rich Living

by Michael Cathal

No other planet in the entire Galaxy was at all like Rejuvenal ... it was the only world worth one's whole fortune for a short visit!

The Eternal Footman

by James, JR. Morrow

The Eternal Footman completes Morrow's darkly comic trilogy about God's untimely demise. With God's skull in orbit, competing with the moon, a plague of "death awareness" spreads across the Western hemisphere....

Doctor Who: The Bog Warrior (Time Trips)

by Cecelia Ahern

Arriving on the planet Cashel, the Tenth Doctor witnesses a strange masked ball. To guarantee peace, Prince Zircon has to choose a bride from the Bog People – dead men and women who have been resurrected as...

Rotar and the Silver Book of Knowledge

by I.A. Bisson

Peter, desperate for an antidote after testing a regressive potion on himself, calls on his wife Amanda. "You sound like a bull frog at the bottom of the pit, Peter. Are you broadcasting from the ozone or something?"...