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The Unincorporated Woman

The Unincorporated Man #2

by Dani Kollin & Eytan Kollin

There’s a civil war in space and the unincorporated woman is enlisted! The epic continues.

The award-winning saga of a revolutionary future takes a new turn. Justin Cord, the unincorporated man, is dead, betrayed,...


A Hidden Place

by Robert Charles Wilson

In the hard years of the Depression, young Travis lives with his uncle and aunt. Upstairs lives the mysterious Anna. Anna says she's going to be "changing," and she needs Travis's help...for purposes she won't...


Phobos

The Domain Trilogy #3

by Steve Alten

A dazzling look at Mayan mythology incarnate from New York Times bestselling author Steve Alten

For two thousand years, the Mayan Calendar has prophesied the end of mankind on a date equating to December 21st,...


End of Days

by Robert Gleason

Born from the fear of nuclear annihilation and painstakingly researched for over twenty years, Robert Gleason's End of Days is a thriller unlike any other.

Lydia Lozen Magruder—the great-granddaughter of...


All Men of Genius

by Lev AC Rosen & Lev A.C. Rosen

Inspired by two of the most beloved works by literary masters, All Men of Genius takes place in an alternate Steampunk Victorian London, where science makes the impossible possible.

Violet Adams wants to attend...


EVE: Templar One

by Tony Gonzales

“There will be neither compassion nor mercy;

Nor peace, nor solace

For those who bear witness to these Signs

And still do not believe."

Book of Reclaiming 25:10

New Eden: the celestial battleground of a catastrophic...


The Immorality Engine

Newbury and Hobbes #3

by George Mann

On the surface, life is going well for Victorian special agent Sir Maurice Newbury, who has brilliantly solved several nigh-impossible cases for Queen Victoria with his indomitable assistant, Miss Veronica Hobbes,...


The Highest Frontier

by Joan Slonczewski

One of the most respected writers of hard SF, it has been more than ten years since Joan Slonczewski's last novel. Now she returns with a spectacular tour de force of the college of the future, in orbit. Jennifer...


Ganymede

Clockwork Century Universe #4

by Cherie Priest

The air pirate Andan Cly is going straight. Well, straighter. Although he’s happy to run alcohol guns wherever the money’s good, he doesn’t think the world needs more sap, or its increasingly ugly side-effects....


Stand on Zanzibar

Hugo Award for Best Novel 1969

by John Brunner & Bruce Sterling

Norman Niblock House is a rising executive at General Technics, one of a few all-powerful corporations. His work is leading General Technics to the forefront of global domination, both in the marketplace and...


Steel

by Richard Matheson

Imagine a future in which the sport of boxing has gone high-tech.  Human boxers have been replaced by massive humanoid robots.   And former champions of flesh-and-blood are obsolete . . . .

Richard Matheson’s...


Majestic

by Whitley Strieber

It is time for the truth to be told...

On July 2, 1947 something crashed in the desert outside of Roswell, New Mexico. An explosion of light and sound made the sheep wail, the chickens squawk, and the children...


The Quantum Thief

The Quantum Thief Trilogy #1

by Hannu Rajaniemi

Jean le Flambeur is a post-human criminal, mind burglar, confidence artist, and trickster. His origins are shrouded in mystery, but his exploits are known throughout the Heterarchy— from breaking into the...


Mainspring

Mainspring universe #1

by Jay Lake

Jay Lake's first trade novel is an astounding work of creation.  Lake has envisioned a clockwork solar system, where the planets move in a vast system of gears around the lamp of the Sun. It is a universe where...


The Hard SF Renaissance

by David G. Hartwell & Kathryn Cramer

Something exciting has been happening in modern SF. After decades of confusion, many of the field's best writers have been returning to the subgenre called, roughly, "hard SF"-science fiction focused on science...


Vacation

by Matthew Costello

In the near future after a global crisis causes crops to fail and species to disappear . . .  something even more deadly happens. Groups of humans around the world suddenly become predators, feeding off their...


Land of the Dead

In the Time of the Sixth Sun #3

by Thomas Harlan

It’s a small change in our history: imagine that the Japanese made contact with the Aztec Empire.  Instead of small-pox and Christianity,  they brought an Imperial alliance, samurai ethics, and technology. ...


The Road to Dune

by Brian Herbert, Kevin J. Anderson & Frank Herbert

Including never-before-published chapters from Dune and Dune Messiah, original stories, and a new short novel by Brian Herbert and Kevin J. Anderson

Frank Herbert's Dune is widely known as the science fiction...


The World of Null-A

by A. E. van Vogt

The classic novel of non-Aristotelian logic and the coming race of supermen

Grandmaster A. E. van Vogt was one of the giants of the 1940s, the Golden Age of classic SF. Of his masterpieces, The World of Null-A...


Fort Freak

by George R.R. Martin, Wild Cards Trust & George R. R. Martin

In 1946, an alien virus that rewrites human DNA was accidentally unleashed in the skies over New York City. It killed ninety percent of those it infected. Nine percent survived, mutated into tragically deformed...