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Through the Looking Glass

by Lewis Carroll

Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There (1871) is a novel by Lewis Carroll (Charles Lutwidge Dodgson), the sequel to Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865). It is based on his meeting with another...

The Time Machine

by H.g.wells

The Time Machine is a science fiction novel by H. G. Wells, published in 1895. Wells is generally credited with the popularization of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to...

Dawnbreaker: Legends of the Duskwalker, Book Three

by Jay Posey

Wren is living in Greenstone under the temporary care of Charles and Mol, and the protection of Chapel. Unable to determine the fate of his mother and those he left behind in Morningside, Wren believes there...

The Twice and Future Caesar: A Novel of the U.S.S. Merrimack

by R. M. Meluch

In the year 2448, the interstellar Empire of Rome spans an area almost as wide as the far-flung colonial worlds of the United States of America.


Caesar Numa Pompeii is still rebuilding his shredded empire...

The Moreau Quartet: Volume One

by S. Andrew Swann

The Moreau Quartet Volume 1 is an omnibus of S. Andrew Swann's Forests of the Night and Fearful Symmetries.

Crossways: A Psi-Tech Novel

by Jacey Bedford

Ben Benjamin, psi-tech Navigator, and Cara Carlinni, Telepath, can never go home again. To the Trust and Alphacorp alike, they are wanted criminals. Murder, terrorism, armed insurrection, hijacking, grand theft,...


by Stephen Baxter

Hailed as “one of the most inventive writers that science fiction has ever produced" (SF Site), Stephen Baxter builds on the massive success of Proxima with a career-defining novel of big ideas....

On the planet...

Devil's Pocket

by John Dixon

The follow-up to the critically acclaimed Phoenix Island, which reads like “Lord of the Flies meets Wolverine and Cool Hand Luke” (F. Paul Wilson, creator of Repairman Jack) and inspired the CBS TV show...

By the Stars: Book One of the Embracing Entropy Series

by Jessica Marie Baumgartner

Allie is faced with her worst nightmare as she boards a space ship that will transport her and her children from their home forever. The human population has dwindled to around 15,000 as the Earth's become hostile....

The Returned, Part II

by Peter David

The second installment in a brand-new three-part digital-first Star Trek: New Frontier e-novel from New York Times bestselling author Peter David!

Captain Mackenzie Calhoun and the crew of the U.S.S. Excalibur...

The Old Men at the Zoo

by Angus Wilson

Set in a near future (the novel was first published in 1961 and is set in the period 1970-73), this is Angus Wilson's most allegorical novel, about a doomed attempt to set up a reserve for wild animals.


The Diploids

by Katherine MacLean

Through Katherine MacLean's artistry and imagination you'll soar through space, you'll touch the stars, you'll bask in the glow of other suns...and you will be one with

- The long-legged lawyer who suspected...

Sword of the Demon

by Richard A. Lupoff

Through realms of oriental splender and superhuman conflict, a beautiful woman warrior and a fierce man-god journey to challenge a being more awesome than the gods for a magical sword that holds the power of...

Fool's Hill

by Richard A. Lupoff


Across the planet, only a handful of giant, overcrowded, doomed cities exist - cities like Norcal, where multiple marriages are recommended and drug-taking is encouraged.


Unearthly Neighbors

by Chad Oliver

Monte Stewart was an extremely intelligent, somewhat contentious anthropologist with a sense of humor and a nonconformist approach to life. As an expert in his field, he was chosen to approach the first apparently...

The Shores of Another Sea

by Chad Oliver

On the dusty, remote plains of Kenya, Royce Crawford runs a baboonery. One day there is a strange light in the East African sky, and the baboons start disappearing from their cages. he finds that the animals...

Shadows in the Sun

by Chad Oliver

Anthropologist Paul Ellery discovers that the small Texas town of Jefferson Springs is actually an imitation of small-town America created by the aliens who now offer him a chance to explore the universe.

A Star Above It and Other Stories: The Collected Short Stories of Chad Oliver Volume One

by Chad Oliver

A Star Above It and Other Stories is volume 1 of a collection of Chad Oliver's SF, containing the following:

Blood's a Rover

The Land of Lost Content

The Ant and the Eye


Any More At Home Like You?


Far From This Earth: The Collected Short Stories of Chad Oliver Volume Two

by Chad Oliver

Far From This Earth and Other Stories is volume 2 of a collection of Chad Oliver's SF, containing the following:


Let Me Live in a House

Field Expedient


If Now You Grieve a Little



The Ring of Ritornel

by Charles L. Harness

A science fiction novel of revenge and retribution set against a background of galactic civilisations.