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The Space Swimmers

by Gordon R. Dickson

Patrick Joya lifted his head to scan the southern sky and saw a dark bluish shape flicker against the clouds. Growing larger and larger the object undulated like a wide piece of cloth carried along on a moving...


Pro

by Gordon R. Dickson

Professional... that was Harb Mallard. A hardened pro, able to shift the direction of developing alien cultures any way he needed to, with just a few well-placed punches to the tender spots. The Expansion Service...


The Clockwork Dagger

Clockwork Dagger Duology #1

by Beth Cato

Full of magic, mystery, and romance, an enchanting steampunk fantasy debut in the bestselling vein of Trudi Canavan and Gail Carriger.

Orphaned as a child, Octavia Leander was doomed to grow up on the streets...


Lockdown: Star Wars Legends (Maul)

by Joe Schreiber

NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

Set before the events of Star Wars: Episode I The Phantom Menace, this new novel is a thrilling follow-up to Star Wars: Darth Plagueis.

 

It's kill or be killed in the space penitentiary...


Once humans

by Massimo Marino

In a dark future, aliens are regenerating a new, transgenic species of humans called the Selected. But when sabotage and conspiracy threaten -- and a divided humanity risks destroying itself -- can one human...


Masters of Everon

by Gordon R. Dickson

Jef Robini is sent to the planet Everon find out why all efforts to create a stable colony on the planet have failed and discovers the cat-like maolots, mysterious inhabitants of Everon.


On the Run

by Gordon R. Dickson

One day Kil Bruner was a solid Class A engineer in a society of World Police and citizen Files, jet-set migrants and status-ranking Stability keys. But the Police ordered Kil to forget about his missing wife...


Home from the Shore

by Gordon R. Dickson

When the Sea-Born cadets walk out of space academy in protest, the stage is set for the long impending clash between the sea and land. Can these two races co-operate, or will they destroy each other first?


Science Fiction: The Year's Best (2006 Edition)

by Joe Haldeman & Alastair Reynolds

Horton's elegiac anthology of 15 mostly hard SF stories illuminates a broad spectrum of grief over love thwarted through time, space, human frailty or alien intervention, from the gentle melancholy of Michael...


Resonance

by C.L. Davies

Oscar DeHaven screwed up his life. Luckily, he's rich enough to try again. With the services of the mysterious, utopian Forever Foundation, he is reborn a century later with a new body, a new identity-Jake....


Star Trek: The Original Series: The Children of Kings

by David Stern

A distress call goes out from a Federation outpost near the Klingon border. The U.S.S. Enterprise, under the command of Captain Christopher Pike, responds. Starbase 18 lies in ruin. There are no survivors. And...


The Food of the Gods: And How It Came to Earth

by H. G. Wells

First published in 1904, this gripping, newly relevant tale of science fiction combines fast-paced entertainment with social commentary as it considers the ethics involved in genetic engineering.


Archetype

Archetype #1

by M. D. Waters

“A twisty, thought-provoking futuristic tale that unnerves and enthralls.” –Family Circle

 

In a future where women are a rare commodity, Emma fights for freedom but is held captive by the love of two...


Flatlander

by Larry Niven

Gil "The Arm" Hamilton was one of the top operatives of ARM, the elite UN plice force. His intuition was unfailingly accurate, his detective skills second to none, and his psychic powers -- esper sense and telekinesis...


Star Trek: The Next Generation: Stargazer: Oblivion

by Michael Jan Friedman

In 1893 a time-traveling Jean-Luc Picard encountered a long-lived alien named Guinan, who was posing as a human to learn Earth's customs. During this "first encounter," Picard saved Guinan's life, a favor she...


Off on a Comet

by Jules Verne

"Off on a Comet" (or "Hector Servadac") is an 1877 science fiction novel by Jules Verne about a comet called Gallia that touches the Earth in its flight.


The Man with the Broken Ear

by Edmond About

Published in 1867, The Man With The Broken Ear, was written by French novelist, publicist, and journalist, Edmond François Valentin About.


Transported: Short Stories

by Tim Jones

Funny, moving, insightful, these stories are, above all, delightfully different.A well-known poet pursues his elusive muse; a Kiwi makes himself indispensable in OZ; a revolutionary fast-food franchise revs...


Ghosts of Yesterday

by Jack Cady

Ghosts of Yesterday is a stunning collection by multiple-award-winning author Jack Cady The Off Season, The Haunting of Hood Canal. Cady captures the sights and emotions of America, from the Pacific Northwest...


Mission to Universe

by Gordon R. Dickson

General Benjamin Shore was heading for the stars under forged orders - and in defiance of the commands of the President. He was leaving Earth in an untested ship with a crew chosen by neccesity and with nothing...