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Souls in the Great Machine

Greatwinter #1

by Sean Mcmullen

The great Calculor of Libris was forced to watch as Overmayor Zarvora had four of its components lined up against a wall and shot for negligence. Thereafter, its calculations were free from errors, and that...


Space Junk: A Science Fiction Novel

by Rory Barnes

Earth, the fantasy: the green, storied world where mankind originated. Earth, the reality: the junk planet, a dirty, dangerous place filled with detention camps, gangs and gangsters, flop houses, body parts...


The Miocene Arrow

Greatwinter #3

by Sean Mcmullen

Sean McMullen is one of the hottest new writers working today. He is a three-time winner of the Ditmar Award in his native Australia, and has also won that country's Aurealis Award. His last novel, Souls in...


Eyes of the Calculor

Greatwinter #2

by Sean Mcmullen

In Sean McMullen's glittering, dynamic, and exotic world two thousand years in the future, librarians fight duels to settle disputes, there is no electricity, fueled engines are banned by every major religion...


Post Mortal Syndrome

by Damien Broderick & Barbara Lamar

immortality, longevity, science fiction, robin cook, michael crichton


Dark is the Moon

The View from the Mirror #3

by Ian Irvine

In the third volume of this original saga, the young Sensitive Karan, who carries the blood of all three Worlds in her veins, finds herself holding the knowledge that can either heal or permanently destroy the...


A Shadow on the Glass

The View from the Mirror #1

by Ian Irvine

With this stunning and original debut, Ian Irvine begins the saga of The View from the Mirror, a brilliant epic fantasy that rivals the works of Robert Jordan and J. V. Jones. "Once there were three worlds,...


Kiss of Steel

London Steampunk #1

by Bec McMaster

"Action, adventure, steampunk, and blazing hot seduction...Bec McMaster offers it all."-Eve Silver, author of Sins of the Flesh

A brilliantly creative debut where vampires, werewolves, and clockwork creatures...


Schild's Ladder

by Greg Egan

Twenty thousand years into the future, an experiment in quantum physics has had a catastrophic result, creating an enormous, rapidly expanding vacuum that devours everything it comes in contact with.

Now humans...


The Struggle of the Young Inheritors : Book 1 in the "Bug Series"

by Albert Megraw

Synopsis:

A microbiologist fights to counter a pandemic of huge proportions supposedly created by a bug returned from a space shuttle. But was it? Ben steals the bug viruses from his work lab, not trusting...


The Centurion's Empire

by Sean Mcmullen

In the year that Mount Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii, the Roman Centurion Vitellan set off for the twenty-first century as Imperial Rome's last human-powered time machine. He killed an unfaithful lover by just...


Human's Burden

by Rory Barnes & Damien Broderick

Poor Jack Wong is a clueless cadet at the Unified Space Academy when his pod is stranded on a planet of disgusting aliens. All he wants to do, other than escape, is to fulfill his proud duty to advance Earth...


Adrift in the Noösphere: Science Fiction Stories

by Damien Broderick & Rich Horton

In his Foreword, Rich Horton says: "First rate stories..."Time Considered as a Series of Thermite Burns in No Particular Order" is a clever and very funny time travel romp; "The Beancounter's Cat" is set in...


Human's Burden

by Damien Broderick & Rory Barnes

Poor Jack Wong is a clueless cadet at the Unified Space Academy when his pod is stranded on a planet of disgusting aliens. All he wants to do, other than escape, is to fulfill his proud duty to advance Earth...


Space Junk

by Rory Barnes

arth, the fantasy: the green, storied world where mankind originated. Earth, the reality: the junk planet, a dirty, dangerous place filled with detention camps, gangs and gangsters, flop houses, body parts factories,...


The Catarbie Conspiracy

the Houkura Series #1

by Sabrina deSouza

Three tales unknowingly entwined. A fatherless teenager. A burnt out house. A conspiracy to control the land. Tarheen is thrilled that the travelling magi, Zoltan, wants him to be a magi. But Zoltan's motives...


The Music of Razors

by Cameron Rogers

In nineteenth-century Boston, a young doctor on the run from the law falls in with a British confidence artist. Together–and with dire consequences–they bring back to the light something meant to be forgotten....


Qbits

by Peter Fitzgerald

March 2015 Galileo Galilei died over 373 years ago; Sir Isaac Newton 288 years ago; Marie Curie 81 years ago; and Albert Einstein 60 years ago. But this is not their story. This is the story of two young scientists...


Kei(th) and the Genic Seed

by Ben Kolsen

A young boy's curiosity shimmys into a higher gear when mystery and intrigue appear. He suddenly has a need to know who, or what, is sneaking sticky-beaking peeks at him as he lounges around his house. Kei chases...


The Crystal Channelers and the Revenge of the Kolob

The Crystal Channelers #3

by Sharon Ann Rowland

In the third instalment of The Crystal Channelers series, our favourite Australians are at odds with one another, and their solar systems at war. The epidemic continues to rage throughout the American, Malayan...