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The Hour of Lead

by Kathleen De Grave

Set in Kansas in the year 2039, this science fiction novel places ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances when an earthquake that has slowed down time forces two protagonists to confront their pasts to...


Tangled Up In Blue

The Snow Queen Cycle #4

by Joan D. Vinge

Joan D. Vinge returns to Tiamat, the world of her Hugo Award-winning novel The Snow Queen and its bestselling sequel The Summer Queen.

Set during the time of The Snow Queen, BZ Gundhalinu is a by-the-book "Blue"...


Push of the Sky: Short Works

by Camille Alexa

A young woman and her mandroid wander the Twelve Domed Cities of Mars, looking for a place to call home... A young man in the age of practical alchemy eschews incantations he can't utter for fantastic creatures...


Free Live Free

by Gene Wolfe

"Free Live Free," said the newspaper ad, and the out-of-work detective Jim Stubb, the occultist Madame Serpentina, the salesman Ozzie Barnes, and the overweight prostitute Candy Garth are brought together to...


Household Gods

by Judith Tarr & Harry Turtledove

Two of today's masters of historical fantasy team up to tell a compelling story: a modern woman transported to the second-century Roman frontier.

   Nicole Gunther Perrin is a modern young professional, proud...


Architects of Emortality

Emortality #4

by Brian Stableford

Brian Stableford launched an ambitious future history series with Inherit the Earth, to widespread praise. "Stableford has created in this novel a totally believable world, and wrapped it around a series of...


A Wizard In The Way

Rogue Wizard #9

by Christopher Stasheff

Under the nom de guerre of Gar Pike, renegade psychic wizard Magnus D’Armand travels the stars fighting injustice and oppression, like his father, Rod Gallowglass, the Warlock in Spite of Himself. But unlike...


Nightside The Long Sun

The Book of the Long Sun #1

by Gene Wolfe

Enormous in breadth and scope, Wolfe’s ambitious new work opens out into a world of wonders, of gods and humans, aliens and machines, and mysterious adventures far out in space and deep inside the human spirit....


Planet of No Return

Brion Brandd #2

by Harry Harrison

WORLD-SAVING IS HARD WORK. Brion Brandd learned that in Planet of the Damned. Now, in this stunning sequel, he's going to learn that even when it comes to world-saving some jobs are easier than others--because...


A Wizard In A Feud

Rogue Wizard #10

by Christopher Stasheff

When Gar Pike—the Rogue Wizard—and his traveling companion Alea land their ship on a planet harboring a lost colony to do some minor repairs to the ship’s computer, they decided to take some time for shore...


Dead Hand

by Harold Coyle

When an unforeseen asteroid strikes Siberia with the force of a thousand Hiroshimas, it triggers Dead Hand, the ultimate defense mechanism developed by the Soviets at the height of the Cold War.

The missiles...


Horizons

by Mary Rosenblum

Ahni Huang is hunting for her brother's killer. As a class 9 empath with advanced biogenetic augmentations, she has complete mental and physical control of her body, and can read other people's intentions before...


Maximum Light

by Nancy Kress

By the middle of the twenty-first century the worldwide fertility rate has declined nearly eighty percent. No one knows why. Now the average age in the United States is fifty-four, and children are treasured...


A Wizard and a Warlord

Rogue Wizard #8

by Christopher Stasheff

Under the nom de guerre of Gar Pike, renegade psychic wizard Magnus D'Armand travels the stars fighting injustice and oppression, like his father, Rod Gallowglass, the Warlock in Spite of Himself. But unlike...


The Boy Who Would Live Forever

Heechee Saga #6

by Frederik Pohl

In 1977 Frederik Pohl stunned the science fiction world with the publication of Gateway, one of the most brilliantly entertaining SF novels of all time. Gateway was a bestseller and won science fiction's triple...


Singularity's Ring

by Paul Melko

The debut novel from a exciting new voice in SF—about what happens after ninety percent of humanity leaves Earth  There is an artificial ring around the Earth and it is empty after the Singularity. Either...


Probability Space

Probability #3

by Nancy Kress

Nancy Kress cemented her reputation in SF with the publication of her multiple-award–winning novella, “Beggars in Spain,” which became the basis for her extremely successful Beggars Trilogy (comprising...


Crucible

Greentrees #2

by Nancy Kress

Nancy Kress made her reputation in the early 90s with her multiple award-winning novella, "Beggars in Spain," which became the basis for her extremely successful Beggars Trilogy (comprising Beggars in Spain,...


Crossfire

Greentrees #1

by Nancy Kress

In the early nineties, Nancy Kress took the SF world by storm with her multiple award-winning novella, "Beggars in Spain," which became the basis for her extremely successful Sleepless Trilogy (comprising Beggars...


Beaker's Dozen

by Nancy Kress

"The twenty-first century, it's often remarked, will transform our knowledge of biology, in the same way that the twentieth century transformed physics. With knowledge of course, comes application. And with...