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The Nemesis Equation

The Equations Novels #7

by Kenneth Tam

The seventh novel in the Equations series: Omega has proved a match for Earther wits, and for Earther arms. Now, as his plague ships simultaneously threaten the Larosian galaxy, the human Freetown colony, and...


501st: Star Wars: An Imperial Commando Novel

Star Wars : Republic Commando #6

by Karen Traviss

The Clone Wars are over, but for those with reason to run from the new galactic Empire, the battle to survive has only just begun. . . .

The Jedi have been decimated in the Great Purge, and the Republic has fallen....


The Lost Stars: Imperfect Sword

The Lost Stars #3

by Jack Campbell

The wait is over. New York Times bestselling author Jack Campbell continues his action-packed spin-off to The Lost Fleet series as the Syndicate's civil war threatens to spread even farther into the final frontier......


The Seventh Day

by Andy Malone

The Seventh Day is an atmospheric and tense science fiction thriller by Andy Malone. From a small eighteenth century Scottish village, comes the story of an ordinary man who makes a discovery so shocking that...


Behemoth: B-Max

Rifters #4

by Peter Watts

Starfish lit the fuse. Maelstrom was the explosion. But five years into the aftermath, things aren't quite so simple as they once seemed...

Lenie Clarke--rifter, avenger, amphibious deep-sea cyborg--has destroyed...


The Ace of Skulls: A Tale of the Ketty Jay

by Chris Wooding

The intrepid crew of the Ketty Jay have been shot down, set up, double-crossed and ripped off. They’ve stolen priceless treasures, destroyed a 10,000-year-old Azryx city and sort-of-accidentally blown up the...


Transformers: Exiles

by Alex Irvine

The epic battles between Optimus Prime and Megatron have long thrilled Transformers fans. But these two giants weren’t always great leaders and bitter foes. This new novel continues the electrifying saga that...


WWW: Wonder

The WWW Trilogy #3

Prix Aurora Best novel 2012

by Robert Sawyer

Caitlin Decter discovered Webmind, the vast artificial intelligence that spontaneously emerged from the World Wide Web and changed the world-from curing cancer to easing international tensions. But the Pentagon...


Bones of Empire

Jak Cato #2

by William Dietz

On holiday in the capital city, cop Jack Cato gets a glimpse of the Emperor-and realizes what he's looking at is a supposedly dead shape- shifter. The imposter is his mortal enemy, still alive and again on the...


Hot Redemption

by K.D. Penn

A dual point-of-view pits hero against heroine in this sizzling, sensual futuristic thriller. In a world where androids and robots flood the job market, it's almost impossible for humans to find work. But stealing...


The Lost Stars: Perilous Shield

The Lost Stars #2

by Jack Campbell

Following a successful coup against the tyrannical Syndicate, the leaders of the rebel Midway Star System work to forge a government free enough to please its citizens yet strong enough to secure power. But...


Dragon's Egg

by Robert L. Forward

"Forward's book is a knockout. In science fiction there is only a handful of books that stretch the mind--and this is one of them"--Arthur C. Clarke

From the Paperback edition.


The Departure

by Neal Asher

Visible in the night sky the Argus Station, its twin smelting plants like glowing eyes, looks down on nightmare Earth. From Argus the Committee keep an oppressive control: citizens are watched by cams systems...


Nimisha's Ship

by Anne Mccaffrey

When it comes to sheer imagination and storytelling prowess, Anne McCaffrey is in a class by herself. Few writers have created characters more deeply loved or futures more intensely lived. For more than thirty...


Ex-Patriots: A Novel

Ex-Heroes #2

by Peter Clines

The second novel in Peter Clines' bestselling Ex series.

It's been two years since the plague of ex-humans decimated mankind. Two years since the superheroes St. George, Cerberus, Zzzap, and Stealth gathered...


Spin Control

Spin Trilogy #2

Philip K. Dick Award 2006

by Chris Moriarty

Call Arkady a clone with a conscience. Or call him a traitor. A member of the space-faring Syndicates, Arkady has defected to Israel with a hot commodity: a genetic weapon powerful enough to wipe out humanity....


The Destiny Equation

The Equations Novels #8

by Kenneth Tam

The eighth and final novel in the Equations series: The Earthers have been defeated at almost every turn. Omega, the sentient plague that created their race, is simply too powerful to overcome. With help from...


The Independent Squadron

Defense Command #4

by Kenneth Tam

The humanitarian crisis on Egesta remains one of the darkest marks on the history of the Earth Empire. As ships from the Belt Squadron sought to put an end to the atrocities there, Captain Wes Pellew was tasked...


The Hawke Mission

Defense Command #3

by Kenneth Tam

As the Earth Empire scrambled to find its war footing, then-Commodore Ken Barron was dispatched to the neighboring Hawke Protectorate, to warn Lord Ian Hawke of the crisis. At the same time, Martian and pirate...


The Almost Coup

Defense Command #2

by Kenneth Tam

Before Earth was even aware of the outbreak of hostilities with Mars, a political duel between the Emperor and the Prime Minister was dividing our home planet. Dubbed the 'almost coup' by contemporary media,...