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Hope's War

by Stephen Chambers

For the city of Hope, stability is a memory. Counseled by Lord Denon, the leader of the Church, Vel, the new and very reluctant young king, has unintentionally prompted a bloody civil war. Pounded by an unrelenting...


Crux

by Albert E. Cowdrey

Centuries ago, the Time of Troubles left Earth shattered and nearly empty. But a few survivors in Central Asia and returnees from Luna City hung on to bring the human race back to life. Now the Government of...


Bitter Angels

Philip K. Dick Award 2009

by C.L. Anderson

An Imploding Star System.

A Murdered Galactic Spy.

A Woman Seeking the Truth—and Finding the Unbelievable…

The Erasmus System is a sprawling realm of slavery, smugglers, spies—and constant, creeping decrepitude....


The Case of the Little Green Men

by Mack Reynolds

The author, a top science fiction writer who proves equally adept in the mystery field, says of this novel: "The detective isn't tough and he isn't even smart and he doesn't prove the case against the killer....


The Devil and W. Kaspar

by Benjamin Appel

A holy man in an unholy bind

William Kaspar was not your everday sinner. Quite the reverse.

William had renounced the pleasures of the flesh. He had quelled his ambitions and appetites. He had donned the robes...


The Office of Mercy: A Novel

by Ariel Djanikian

"A cool and compelling" (Flavorwire) debut of a new postapocalyptic world for fans of The Hunger Games

On the screen and on the page, dystopian fantasies have captivated the public imagination. In The Office...


Half Life

by Hal Clement

In about two hundred years, the human race on Earth is perhaps facing extinction due to the rapid evolution of disease. A crew of young men and women travel to the moons of Saturn, to Titan, to investigate the...


The Afrika Reich

by Guy Saville

From Guy Saville, the explosive new thriller of a world that so nearly existed

Africa, 1952. More than a decade has passed since Britain’s humiliation at Dunkirk brought an end to the war and the beginning...


Lord of Atlantis: The Golden Amazon Saga, Book Two

by John Russell Fearn

Way out in the Atlantic, a gigantic ridge of land has arisen from the ocean floor, causing America and Europe to be hit with massive tidal waves. But this is only the prelude to an even more unprecedented event:...


Legacy from Sirius

by John Russell Fearn

When a young scientist discovers how to foreshorten space by using higher dimensions, it opens up the possibilities for almost instantaneous interstellar travel, initially using unmanned probes. The first probe...


Infinity's Web

by Sheila Finch

This is the tale of the many possible lives of Anastasia Valerie Stein which come to touch one another through a twist in the fabric of space-time: Ann, unhappy wife and mother in a world much like our own;...


Phallos: Enhanced and Revised Edition

by Samuel R. Delany, Robert F. Reid-Pharr & Steven Shapiro

A race for the stolen phallus of a nameless god


Watchers of the Dark

by Lloyd Biggle Jr.

Sinister, invisible forces of a secret mental weapon known only as The Dark are threatening the entire Primores galaxy, several transmitting leaps away from Earth. By the time a bizarre Mr. Smith comes to detective...


A Thing of the Past: Herbert the Dinosaur, Book One

by John Russell Fearn

Something is wrong in England. In and around the London area, people are suddenly becoming bad-tempered, with a rapid increase in crime and murder, and a clear decline in self-respect. Linked to this strange...


The Shadow Wars

The Demi-Monde #2

by Rod Rees

The shadows of war grow ever darker across the Demi-Monde.

Norma Williams knows she was a fool to be lured into the virtual nightmare that is the Demi-Monde. When the agent sent in the game to save her goes...


The Story Until Now: A Great Big Book of Stories

by Kit Reed

The best stories from a master of speculative fiction


The Secret of the Island

by , Jules Verne

This book is a sequel to Twenty Thousand Leagues Under The Sea. A party of British adventurers, who had been ballooning, but whose trip had ended by being cast away on a Pacific island, have various setbacks...


The Apes of Wrath

by Richard Klaw & Rupert Wyatt

In the Rue Morgue, the jungles of Tarzan, the fables of Aesop, and outer space, the apes in these seventeen fantastic tales boldly go where humans dare not. With a foreword from the director of Rise of the Planet...


American Elsewhere

by Robert Jackson Bennett

Some places are too good to be true.

Under a pink moon, there is a perfect little town not found on any map.

In that town, there are quiet streets lined with pretty houses, houses that conceal the strangest things....


Homunculus

Narbondo #2

Philip K. Dick Award 1986

by James P. Blaylock

It is the late 19th century and a mysterious airship orbits through the foggy skies. Its terrible secrets are sought by many, including the Royal Society, a fraudulent evangelist, a fiendish vivisectionist,...