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How Green This Land, How Blue This Sea: A Newsflesh Novella

by Mira Grant

A new Newsflesh novella from the New York Times bestselling author that brought you Feed, Mira Grant.

Post-Rising Australia can be a dangerous place, especially if you're a member of the government-sponsored...


Tale of the Thunderbolt: Book Three of The Vampire Earth

by E.E. Knight

As the Resistance attempts to overthrow their vampiric alien masters, elite Cat force member David Valentine embarks on a terrifying journey in search of a long-lost weapon that will guarantee their victory-and...


Angelica

Samaria Series #4

by Sharon Shinn

Two hundred years ago, the god Jovah created a legion of land dwelling angels, led by an appointed Archangel.  Now, Jovah has a new appointee: Archangel Gaaron.  For his life-mate, his Angelica, Jovah has...


Five Weeks in a Balloon

by Jules Verne

What would it be like to explore a largely unknown swath of the world -- from the air? That's exactly what the intrepid explorers in Jules Verne's Five Weeks in a Balloon set out to do in this novel, an early...


Thuvia, Maid of Mars

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

Think Edgar Rice Burroughs' additions to the literary canon begin and end with Tarzan? Think again. Burroughs produced popular works in virtually every genre, and he made important early contributions to the...


Back to Methuselah

by George Bernard Shaw

Packed with the spot-on social commentary that George Bernard Shaw is known for, the five plays that comprise Back to Methuselah are an engaging read for lovers of classic drama and science fiction fans alike....


The Moon Voyage: 'From the Earth to the Moon' & 'Round the Moon'

by Jules Verne

In The Moon Voyage, famed author Jules Verne, best known for works such as A Journey to the Center of the Earth, Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, and Around the World in Eighty Days, sets his sights on...


A Honeymoon in Space

by George Griffith

Who says classic science fiction is all hard edges and taciturn heroes? George Griffith's classic A Honeymoon in Space follows newlyweds Zaidie Rettick and Lord Redgrave on their post-nuptial journey through...


Herland

by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

A must-read for fans of utopian science fiction, Herland describes a society comprised solely of female inhabitants. The residents of the isolated community have perfected a form of asexual reproduction, and...


The American Claimant

by Mark Twain

Though he is best known as a humorist, famed American author Mark Twain also tried his hand at social satires, to much critical and popular acclaim. In The American Claimant, Twain provides a thematic follow-up...


A World is Born

by Leigh Douglass Brackett

Renowned science fiction writer Leigh Douglass Brackett broke new ground as a pioneering female author in the traditionally male-dominated genre. In addition to producing a large number of hard-boiled detective...


A Crystal Age

by William Henry Hudson

A Crystal Age is one of the earliest science-fiction novels which deals with a utopia of the distant future. The first-person narrator, a traveler and naturalist, wakes to find himself buried in earth and vegetation....


News from Nowhere: Being Some Chapters from a Utopian Romance

by William Morris

William Morris is most famous for his textile design, but he was also a passionate and active socialist. News From Nowhere explores his socialist ideals in soft science-fiction. A man returns from a socialist...


A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court

by Mark Twain

In Mark Twain's 1889 novel A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court, Hank Morgan awakes from a blow to the head only to find that he has been mysteriously transported back in time. It is early medieval England,...


The Door in the Wall: And Other Stories

by H. G. Wells

Widely recognized as one of the key figures in the development of the science fiction and fantasy genres, H.G. Wells was a prolific writer who produced hundreds of short and long works in these styles. The tales...


The Emancipatrix

by Homer Eon Flint

Science fiction fans, settle in for a gripping interplanetary adventure. In "The Emancipatrix," brilliant researcher Dr. Kinney jets off on yet another fact-finding trip -- and finds himself face-to-face with...


The Diamond Lens

by Fitz James O'Brien

In this early science fiction tale, a man so obsessed with his scientific research that he will do whatever is necessary to advance his work concocts an elaborate scheme to obtain a state-of-the-art lens for...


The Land of the Changing Sun

by William N. Harben

Though he made his literary mark writing dramatic novels focusing on the plight of working-class families, author William N. Harben also managed to influence the genre of science fiction when he produced this...


Vril: The Power of the Coming Race

by Edward Bulwer-Lytton

This early science fiction novel offers a fascinating vision of a shadowy underworld populated by strange and beautiful creatures who closely resemble the angels described in Christian lore. These beings, known...


The Hanging Stranger

by Philip K. Dick

TV repairman Ed Loyce sets out for what he thinks will be a typical day at work -- and finds himself in a world in which everything has been turned topsy-turvy. The first indication that things are amiss occurs...