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Star Trek: New Frontier: Treason

by Peter David

It is a time of political upheaval and uncertainty in the New Thallonian Protectorate. Following the brutal assassination of her husband, Si Cwan, former Starfleet officer-turned-newly-appointed-Prime Minister...


Reckless Sleep

by Roger Levy

A world that is literally falling apart, a fresh take on VR, realistic flawed heroes and a fierce intelligence mark this out as a debut of unusual quality.

London is drowning in volcanic ash and someone is hunting...


Bob Shaw SF Gateway Omnibus: Orbitsville, the Ragged Astronauts, a Wreath of Stars

by Bob Shaw

From the vaults of The SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic SFF titles ever assembled, comes an ideal introduction to the work of the award-winning Bob Shaw. Best known for his extraordinary...


To Build Jerusalem

by John Whitbourn

One morning in 1995, Jonah Ransom, clothier, is going about his everyday business when he meets a beautiful demon in his storecupboard. At around the same time, the King of England with his entire court, vanishes...


Popes and Phantoms

by John Whitbourn

Admiral Slovo was a man of his time, but of more than one dimension..In his sixteenth century, a pirate might be followed by the corpse of his victim, walking across the ocean, until putrescence claimed it....


A Dangerous Energy

by John Whitbourn

England, 1967: ruled by the power of the Catholic Church, as it has been since the failure of the Protestant Reformation. In this England there are steam trains, but no internal combustion engine; rifles but...


Icarus

by Roger Levy

Mankind has reached deep space. Separated from earth and each other by unimaginable reaches of space, forced to adapt to various diverse planetary environments the colonies have become isolated and inward looking,...


Dark Heavens

by Roger Levy

DARK HEAVENS takes us back to Roger Levy's stunning vision of a world counting out its final years as it literally falls apart. London is awash with volcanic ash, the population fatalistically playing out their...


Murmur

by Tim Earnshaw

You have a view of the Pacific from your woodframe house out at Palos Verdes. You have the car with the Zen silence engineered in, and the cool drive up the coast to your studio office on the 23rd floor. You...


Godbox

by Tim Earnshaw

Cadogan Penn is a would-be movie mogul, who hopes he's on the way up. Tischia White is perfect for the Dean Mance's movie "Girl by Pool", if only Cadogan could connect with Mance without his mother calling him....


Helium

by Tim Earnshaw

Once Gary had been 'Gary Wilder and the Hi-Tones - live on stage tonight'. But that was before he let everything drift away: his folks, his wife, the band, the shower curtains... And this is now - a bizarre...


The Violent Century

by Lavie Tidhar

For seventy years they guarded the British Empire. Oblivion and Fogg inseparable friends bound together by a shared fate. Until one night in Berlin in the aftermath of the Second World War and a secret that...


The Place of Dead Kings

by Geoffrey Wilson

It is 1855. The English revolt has failed, and brutal General Vadula governs England now. Only a few small bands of English rebels still hold out against the Rajthanan empire. Jack Casey survives in remote Shropshire,...


Star Trek: Mere Anarchy

by Margaret Wander Bonanno & Christopher L. Bennett

Mestiko: a world on the brink of interstellar travel -- and one that is closely and discreetly monitored by the Federation. But when a rogue pulsar sweeps through the star system, threatening to destroy all...


The Twilight Time

by Karen Campbell

ANNA CAMERON is a new Sergeant in the Flexi Unit. On her first day in the new job she discovers she'll be working with her ex, Jamie. In at the deep end emotionally, she's also plunged headlong into the violent...


Jack Vance SF Gateway Omnibus: Big Planet, The Blue World & The Dragon Masters and Other Stories

by Jack VANCE

From the SF Gateway, the most comprehensive digital library of classic science fiction and fantasy titles ever assembled, comes an ideal sample introduction to the fantastic work of Jack Vance, one of the field's...


Dreaming in Smoke

by Tricia Sullivan

Kalypso Deed is a shotgun, riding the interface between the AI Ganesh and human scientists who solve problems through cyber-assisted Dreams. But she's young and a little careless; she'd rather mix drinks and...


Star Trek: Mirror Universe: Shards and Shadows

by Margaret Clark & Marco Palmieri

Fractured history. Broken lives. Splintered souls. Since the alternate universe was first glimpsed in the classic episode "Mirror, Mirror," something about Star Trek's dark side has beckoned us, called to us,...


Star Trek: The Next Generation: A Singular Destiny

by Keith R. A. DeCandido

The Shape of Things to Come

The cataclysmic events of Star Trek: Destiny have devastated known space. Worlds have fallen. Lives have been destroyed. And in the uneasy weeks that follow, the survivors of the...


Star Trek: Destiny #3: Lost Souls

by David Mack

The soldiers of Armageddon are on the march, laying waste to worlds in their passage. An audacious plan could stop them forever, but it carries risks that one starship captain is unwilling to take. For Captain...