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The Empire of Time

Roads to Moscow #1

by David Wingrove

There is only the war.

Otto Behr is a German agent, fighting his Russian counterparts across three millennia, manipulating history for moments in time that can change everything.

Only the remnants of two great...


Flashback

by Diane Carey

A hundred years before the Starship VoyagerTM was transported to the Delta Quadrant, Lieutenant Tuvok served under one of Starfleet's most famous officers: Captain Hikaru Sulu of the Starship ExcelsiorTM.

Now...


The Early Science Fiction of Philip K. Dick

by Philip K. Dick

This anthology presents short stories and novellas that originally appeared in pulp magazines of the early 1950s, including "The Variable Man," "Second Variety," "Beyond the Door," "The Defenders," and more....


High

by John Shirley

The kind of originality that conventional science fiction is reluctant to welcome: a visionary adventure.

In the near future, the human race is facing an intolerable population crisis and impending global conflict....


Cold War

by Adam Christopher

Dropped on a frozen planet under suspicious circumstances, a group of marines struggles to discover the true objective of their mission. "Cold War" is set in the same universe as Adam Christopher's novel The...


ENGLAND'S DARKNESS

by Stephen Barber

Following England's future corporate and digital disintegration, and the fall of its cities, a hallucinatory conflict - inspired and propelled by the history and traces of 1970s punk rock and the spectres of...


First Frontier

by James I. Kirkland & Diane Carey

While testing a new shielding device, the U.S.S. EnterpriseTM is caught in the middle of a Klingon/Romulan battle. The Enterprise crew rescues a lifepod, and they are confronted by a Klingon who claims to know...


Conquest: The Chronicles of the Invaders

by John Connolly & Jennifer Ridyard

“A beautiful book…one that should not be missed!” (The Guardian): The first in a stunning science fiction trilogy, this mesmerizing novel introduces a world where young rebels must unlock their powers...


The Great White Queen

by William Le Queux

A "Lost Race" tale, set in Africa.


A Covenant of Justice: Trackers, Book Two

by David Gerrold

In A Covenant of Justice, the sequel to Gerrold’s classic space opera Under the Eye of God, The Phaestor, a genetically altered vampiric race, have set in motion their final plan for the complete enslavement...


Chess with a Dragon

by David Gerrold

The Galactic InterChange is the greatest discovery in history. Through the InterChange, humanity gains access to the combined knowledge of all the worlds and all the races of the galaxy. For librarians, scientists,...


Child of Grass: Sea of Grass, Book Two

by David Gerrold

In the first installment of the Sea of Grass trilogy, Child of Earth, we learn of young Kaer, whose family decides to emigrate to Linnea, a parallel Earth-like world characterized by huge horses, dangerous giant...


The Trouble with Tribbles: The Story Behind Star Trek's Most Popular Episode

by David Gerrold

David Gerrold, the creator of "Tribbles," recalls how this popular episode of Star Trek was made, from conceptualizing the first draft to the final script, shooting on set, and explaining the techniques and...


Under the Eye of God: Trackers, Book One

by David Gerrold

They were once humanity's last hope: a race of genetically engineered killing machines known as the Phaestor and their army of deadly Moktar Dragons. Now, the enemy long vanquished, the Phaestor themselves have...


In the Deadlands: Stories

by David Gerrold

David Gerrold burst onto the science fiction scene in the late sixties with more Hugo and Nebula nominations than any other writer had ever received at the beginning of his career.

His first collection of stories,...


Moonstar: Jobe, Book One

by David Gerrold

She was born in the moonstar’s shadow when the storms of Satlik raged their worst. Because of this, Jobe was different. The family never spoke of it, but everyone knew Jobe was special. So Jobe came to know...


When HARLIE Was One: Release 2.0

by David Gerrold

H.A.R.L.I.E. (Human Analog Replication, Lethetic Intelligence Engine) is an artificially intelligent machine. David Auberson, the psychologist responsible for guiding HARLIE from childhood into adulthood, struggles...


Pillar to the Sky

by William R. Forstchen

From William Forstchen, the New York Times bestselling author of One Second After, comes Pillar to the Sky, a towering epic to rank with Douglas Preston's Blasphemy and Michael Crichton's Prey...

Pandemic drought,...


Mojo And The Pickle Jar

by Douglas Bell

A DEMON IN A PICKLE JAR?

That's what Juanita claimed, but to Mojo the thing in the jar looked more like a diseased crab apple.

But that was before Grandmother called the Dark Lady of Guadalupe--and blue lightning...


Ghost of a Chance

Star Trek: Voyager #7

by Mark Garland & Charles G. McGraw

Badly damaged in a close encounter with a dwarf star, the VoyagerTM discovers a planet being torn apart by tremendous volcanic stresses. The planet's primitive inhabitants will surely perish unless the Voyager...