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The Gift of Fire / On the Head of a Pin

by Walter Mosley

New York Times bestselling author Walter Mosley delivers two speculative tales, in one volume, of everyday people exposed to life-altering truths. The Gift of Fire In ancient mythology, the Titan Prometheus...


Great Apes

by Will Self

Some people lost their sense of proportion, others their sense of scale, but Simon Dykes, a middle-aged, successful London painter, has lost his sense of perspective in a most disturbing fashion. After a night...


KOP Killer

KOP series #3

by Warren Hammond

KOP Killer, a darkly dystopian science fiction thriller from Warren Hammond

Juno Mozambe once had a life. That was when he was a dirty cop, married to a woman who suffered such profound abuse that she murdered...


Downward to the Earth

by Robert Silverberg

Who knoweth the spirit of men that goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that goeth downward to the earth?  –Ecclesiastes 3:21

Okay, they did resemble elephants, it can't be denied. That led many people...


Judgment at Proteus

Quadrail #5

by Timothy Zahn

The climactic novel of the star-spanning Quadrail space opera

In Timothy Zahn's Judgment at Proteus, the Quadrail that connects the twelve civilizations of our galaxy has been the flashpoint of a battle for...


Ripper

by David L. Golemon

The real Jack the Ripper is loose, and this time he’s brought friends to the darkness of the deep desert in the newest adrenaline rush from David Golemon, The New York Times bestselling author of Legacy.

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Lost Everything

Philip K. Dick Award 2012

by Brian Francis Slattery

From the author of the critically acclaimed literary SF novels Spaceman Blues and Liberation comes an incandescent and thrilling post-apocalyptic tale in the vein of 1984 or The Road.

 

In the not-distant-enough...


Terminal Point

Strykers Syndicate #2

by K. M. Ruiz & K.M. Ruiz

Blade Runner meets X-Men in this follow-up to Mind Storm where humanity faces extinction and it’s up to a group of rogue psions to save society Fans of Charles Stross and Hannu Rajaniemi will lose themselves...


Frek and the Elixir

by Rudy Rucker

In the year 3003, nothing in the world is the same, except maybe that adolescents are still embarrassed by their parents. Society and the biosphere alike have been transformed by biotechnology, and the natural...


Postsingular

by Rudy Rucker

It all begins next year in California. A maladjusted computer industry billionaire and a somewhat crazy US President initiate a radical transformation of the world through sentient nanotechnology; sort of...


Three A.M.

by Steven John

Fifteen years of sunless gray.

 

Fifteen years of mist. So thick the streets fade off into nothing. So thick the past is hazy at best. The line between right and wrong has long been blurred, especially for Thomas...


Ashes of Candesce

Virga #5

by Karl Schroeder

A world of endless sky, with no land, no gravity:  this is Virga. Beginning in the seminal science fiction novel Sun of Suns, the saga of this striking world has introduced us to the people of stubborn pride...


Tribulations

by Ken Shufeldt

The world has ended…. The war is only beginning.

An asteroid storm has obliterated the Earth. Billy and Linda West have built enough space-going arks to save a small number of people who now roam the void...


Battlestar Galactica Trilogy

by Peter David, Craig Shaw Gardner & Steven Harper

            Battlestar Galactica, recognized as one of the most provocative, and socially relevant series of the new millennium, earned its status as a classic American drama series after its very...


A Bridge of Years

by Robert Charles Wilson

Tom Winter thought the secluded cottage in the Pacific Northwest would be the perfect refuge—a place to nurse the wounds of lost love and happiness. But Tom soon discovers that his safe haven is the portal...


The Year's Best Science Fiction: Sixteenth Annual Collection

by Gardner Dozois

The past through tomorrow are boldly imagined and reinvented in the twenty-five stories collected in this showcase anthology. Many of the field's finest practitioners are represented here, along with stories...


The Year's Best Science Fiction: Twenty-Third Annual Collection

by Gardner Dozois

In the heart of the new millennium, worlds beyond our imagination have opened up, blurring the line between life and art. Embracing the challenges and possibilities of cyberspace, genetics, the universe, and...


Living Proof

by Kira Peikoff

In 2027, destroying an embryo is considered first-degree murder. Fertility clinics still exist, giving hope and new life to thousands of infertile families, but they have to pass rigorous inspections by the...


The Ordinary

by Jim Grimsley

Jim Grimsley's novels and short stories have been favorably compared to the works of Samuel R. Delany, Jack Vance, and Ursula K. Le Guin. Now he unleashes an ambitious and audacious collision between science...


Fractions

by Ken MacLeod

In a balkanized future of dizzying possibilities, mercenaries contend with guns as smart as they are, nuclear deterrence is a commodity traded on the open market, teenagers deal in "theologically correct" software...