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Deus Ex: Icarus Effect

by James Swallow

IT’S NOT THE END OF THE WORLD. BUT YOU CAN SEE IT FROM HERE.

 

In the near future, with physical augmentation gaining ground and nano-cybernetics only years away, the dawn of limitless human evolution is...


White Devils

by Paul McAuley

One of the most exciting new science fiction writers of the new millennium, Paul McAuley has already won the Arthur C. Clarke Award, the Philip K. Dick Award, and the John W. Campbell Award. Now he presents...


Nocturne For A Dangerous Man

by Marc Matz

Gavilan Robie was a man who lived a very private life--under any of a number of names and faces, many of whom had acquaintances and friends--but only a very few people were acquaintances of Gavilan Robie. Robie...


First Born

by Richard Sears

From his first breath, people know that John Reed is special. Gifted with an uncanny awareness and ability to communicate, he also possess the power to heal. Before long, a local priest heralds the infant as...


Children of the Maker

by Lucy Cullyford Babbitt

As far as Paragrin and Cam, mortal rulers of the Melde Colony, are concerned, theirs is the only colony that exists on earth.  They have no way of knowing that Jentessa, their Half-Divine Ruler, has a sister,...


Designer Genes: Tales of the Biotech Revolution

by Brian Stableford

The eleven stories in Designer Genes showcase the latest volume in this intriguing science fiction that explores intriguing future possibilities in biotechnology, ranging from stories of imminent technology...


The Central Intelligence: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Seven

by John Russell Fearn

The Golden Amazon's arch-enemy, Sefner Quorne, discovers that all mental gifts, such as memory and creativity, are not inherent in human brains and mental make-up, but are something that is broadcast throughout...


Robots Vs. Art

by Travis Cotton

When robots start thinking for themselves, they decree planet earth will not survive unless all humans are destroyed. They execute 90% of them and send the rest to work in underground sustainable mines. But...


The Eighth Dimension

by Colby

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A mysterious ring of light appears in Kevin's bedroom and voices urge him to come through the ring. He does so and appears in another world where he is mistaken for a god. He manages to help the people...


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 Dream Voyagers

by T. Davis Bunn

Out-of-This-World Fiction from T. Davis Bunn

When T. Davis Bunn originally wrote Dream Voyager, Path Finder, and Heart Chaser )first published under the pen name of Thomas Locke, he had no idea the large volume...


The Cosmic Crusaders: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Eight

by John Russell Fearn

The unfolding story of the Golden Amazon enters a new phase when she renounces all ties with the Earth, the planet of her birth. Together with her husband Abna, former Lord of Jupiter, and their daughter Viona,...


World Without Chance: Classic Pulp Science Fiction Stories in the Vein of Stanley G. Weinbaum

by John Russell Fearn

SF Author Stanley G. Weinbaum died from cancer at 33, in December 1935. Short though his career was, his scientific imagination, smooth characterization, and humor completely revolutionized the field, and profoundly...


Daughter of the Amazon: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Five

by John Russell Fearn

Tarnec Brodix, super-mathematician from an external cosmos, accidentally destroys his universe. The destruction begins to spread into our own cosmos in the form of a Dark Tide of Absolute Nothingness, destroying...


A Westward Love

by James C. Glass

Claire Hayes was an Englishwoman with pale blonde hair and dark, burning eyes. Soon she was crossing the wild, wide American continent. Its roughness would strengthen her, and five men would help make her a...


Visions

by James C. Glass

The time: the 1840s. The place: California during the gold rush. As the white settlers begin penetrating the remote mountain canyons, they discover an ancient race, the Tenanken, who date back at least sixty...


Freedom's Landing

Catteni #1

by Anne Mccaffrey

Kristin Bjornsen lived a normal life, right up until the day the spaceships floated into view above Denver. As human slaves were herded into the maw of a massive vessel, Kristin realized her normal life was...


New Worlds: Before the New Wave, 1960-1964: The Carnell Era, Volume Two

by John Boston & Damien Broderick

In the mid-1960s, British science fiction and fantasy were convulsed by the "New Wave." This movement emerged from the SF magazines edited by John Carnell. Such brilliant NEW WORLDS and SCIENCE FANTASY writers...


The Cthulhu Encryption

by Brian Stableford

The Shoggoths attack: "They had been so horrible before that I dare not say that they were any MORE horrible when they came again.... They were still unspeakable, still unthinkable--but whether I could speak...


The Amethyst City: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Four

by John Russell Fearn

The human-occupied planets in the Solar System, Earth and Mars, are suddenly threatened with a space-borne plague that rusts and destroys all metals. If the "disease" continues unchecked, all of civilization...