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Necromancer

by Gordon R. Dickson

The machine that controlled all life wouldn't tolerate any interference. People who refused to be regulated had to be disposed of - isolated, driven insane, murdered. A small group of men had dedicated themselves...


The Last Books of H.G. Wells: The Happy Turning: A Dream of Life & Mind at the End of its Tether

by HG Wells, Rudy Rucker & Colin Wilson

These lost works of Wells, written near his death, deal with the apocalypse and the afterlife.


Appalachian Overthrow

Vampire Earth #10

by E.E. Knight

National bestselling author E. E. Knight revisits the Vampire Earth to tell a tale about David Valentine’s fellow freedom fighter Ahn-Kha....

 

Captured and sold to the Kurian-allied Maynes Conglomerate to...


Doctor Who: Shroud of Sorrow

by Tommy Donbavand

A thrilling new adventure from the spectacular BBC series, starring Matt Smith and Jenna-Louise Coleman.

23 November, 1963

It is the day after John F. Kennedy’s assassination – and the faces of the dead are...


Doctor Who: Plague of the Cybermen

by Justin Richards

A thrilling, all-new adventure featuring the Doctor as played by Matt Smith

in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television.

‘They like the Shadows. You know them as Plague Warriors…’

When the Doctor arrives...


Doctor Who: The Dalek Generation

by Nicholas Briggs

A thrilling, all-new adventure featuring the Doctor as played by Matt Smith

in the spectacular hit series from BBC Television

"The Sunlight Worlds Offer You A Life of Comfort and Plenty. Apply now at the Dalek...


Star Trek: The Original Series: Final Frontier: Heimo Korth and His Family, Alone in Alaska's Arctic Wilderness

by Carey, Diane & Diane Carey

Commander George Samuel Kirk was aboard the Enterprise under the command of Captain Robert April before his famous son was born. Starfleet has just been founded and the Enterprise has just been built, and is...


Protector

Foreigner universe #14

by C. J. Cherryh

It's coming up on Cajeiri's birthday. The boy has been promised he can have the young human children he knew from his voyage sent down from the space station for a two week stay.

But there's far a darker business...


Love Machine

by Walter Mosley

Walter Mosley's talent knows no bounds. Love Machine is one of six fragments in the Crosstown to Oblivion short novels in which Mosley entertainingly explores life's cosmic questions. From life's meaning to...


The Gentle Art of Cracking Heads

The Human Division #12

by John Scalzi

The twelfth episode of The Human Division, John Scalzi's new thirteen-episode novel in the world of his bestselling Old Man's War. Beginning on January 15, 2013, a new episode of The Human Division will appear...


Sharp: A Mindspace Investigations Novel

Mindspace Investigation #2

by Alex Hughes

HISTORY HAS A WAY OF REPEATING ITSELF, EVEN FOR TELEPATHS.…

As a Level Eight telepath, I am the best police interrogator in the department. But I’m not a cop—I never will be—and my only friend on the...


Robots vs

by Travis Cotton

When robots start thinking for themselves, they decree planet earth will not survive unless all humans are destroyed. They execute 90% of them and send the rest to work in underground sustainable mines. But...


Hello America: A Novel

by J. G. Ballard

"This fable lifts a great freight of ideas effortlessly…The story of an expedition driven on by wishes of possession and power but guided internally by myths of America whose sources lie in the late 20th century."...


The Unlimited Dream Company: A Novel

by J. G. Ballard

"A remarkable piece of invention, a flight from the world of the familiar and the real into the exotic universe of dream and desire." —New York Times Book Review When a light aircraft crashes into the Thames...


The Machine

by James Smythe

Shortlisted for the Arthur C Clarke Award 2014, this is a Frankenstein tale for our time from one of the UK’s brightest new literary talents.

Vic returned from war tormented by his nightmares. His once happy...


Outlaw Lover

by Saskia Hope

He stood tall and handsome in his leathers, his eyes raking her nakedness and sex-soaked body. Fee felt a thrill of danger. The pirate was a superb and ferocious lover. And an altogether wild and unpredictable...


Last Men in London

by Olaf Stapledon

The sequel to Last and First Men, Olaf Stapledon's great classic work of science fiction.

In Last Men in London the author follows up the themes of his earlier masterpiece in presenting a Neptunian 'last man's'...


The Girl With a Symphony in Her Fingers

by Michael G. Coney

Call them the spare parts of people. They chose the risk - jail for convicted crimes or semi-freedom as someone's bonded servant for the same term. The price was that they were body insurance. If their master...


Friends Come in Boxes

by Michael G. Coney

The Conversationalist sat among the boxes, trying to interest the friends in history. "The Compulsory Transfer Act was passed in 2056," he was saying, "with the dual object of reducing the birthrate and preventing...


Land-of-Mists

by Garry Kilworth

It was always Keito's destiny to lead the Polynesian armies against the Celts and the Picts of the Land-of-Mists. And now the time has come. The Warriors are assembled, the boats are ready, and the gods are...