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Intervention

The Galactic Milieu Series #1

by Julian May & Ted Dikty

They have always been among us—the telepaths, the persons possessing higher mind-powers that have been called "metapsychic"—but they have always been few and far between and their abilities weak or erratic....


The Golden Torc

The Saga of Pliocene Exile #2

by Julian May

The Many-Colored Land, the first volume in Julian May's dazzling series of science fiction-fantasy novels, began with a des perate act of exile. A group of talented misfits from a future society chose to pass...


Babylon 6

by Jason Sinclair

Jason Sinclair is an innovative story teller with his own unique style. Even though he struggles with dyslexia he will not let it hold him back and the content of this novel will captivate your imagination....


The Dreaming Sex: Early Tales of Scientific Imagination by Women

by Mike Ashley

Rare jewels of Victorian fiction highlight the fantastic contributions made by women writers in the early development of science fiction

A selection of early science fiction short stories by women are collected ...


The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch

by Philip K. Dick

Not too long from now, when exiles from a blistering Earth huddle miserably in Martian colonies, the only things that make life bearable are the drugs. Can-D "translates" those who take it into the bodies of...


The Transmigration of Timothy Archer

by Philip K. Dick

In the final act of Philip K. Dick's VALIS trilogy, we finally reach the conclusion--of a sort--to his search for the identity and nature of God. The Transmigration of Timothy Archer primarily concerns the...


The Simulacra

by Philip K. Dick

Set in the middle of the twenty-first century, The Simulacra is the story of an America where the whole government is a fraud and the President is an android. Against this backdrop, Dr. Superb, the sole remaining...


The Man in the High Castle

Hugo Award for Best Novel 1963

by Philip K. Dick

In The Man in the High Castle, Philip K. Dick's alternate history classic, the United States lost World War II and was subsequently divided between the Germans in the east and the Japanese in the west. In this...


The Divine Invasion

by Philip K. Dick

In The Divine Invasion, the second book in Philip K. Dick's VALIS trilogy, the author continues his search for meaning, and for God. And, once again, his search takes him off of planet Earth. Indeed, Dick shows...


Now Wait for Last Year

by Philip K. Dick

Dr. Eric Sweetscent has problems. His planet is enmeshed in an unwinnable war. His wife is lethally addicted to a drug that whips its users helplessly back and forth across time--and is hell-bent on making...


The Crack in Space

by Philip K. Dick

In The Crack in Space, a repairman discovers that a hole in a faulty Jifi-scuttler leads to a parallel world. Jim Briskin, campaigning to be the first black President of the United States, thinks alter-Earth...


A Scanner Darkly

by Philip K. Dick

Bob Arctor is a junkie and a drug-dealer, both using and selling the mind-altering Substance D. Fred is a law enforcement agent, tasked with bringing Bob down. It sounds like a standard case. The only problem...


Lies, Inc.

by Philip K. Dick

A masterwork by Philip K. Dick, this is the final, expanded version of the novella The Unteleported Man, which Dick worked on shortly before his death. In Lies, Inc., fans of the science fiction legend will...


Tales of Pirx the Pilot

by Stanislaw Lem

In Pilot Pirx, Lem has created an irresistibly likable character: an astronaut who gives the impression of still navigating by the seat of his pants-a bumbler but an inspired one. By investing Pirx with a range...


Tales from Earthsea

by Ursula K. Le Guin

The tales of this book, as Ursula K. Le Guin writes in her introduction, explore or extend the world established by her first four Earthsea novels. Yet each stands on its own.

"The Finder," a novella set a few...


The Pesthouse

by Jim Crace

Once the safest, most prosperous place on earth, the United States has become sparsely populated and chaotically unstable. Across the country, families have traveled toward the one hope left: passage on a ship...


The Futurological Congress: From the Memoirs of Ijon Tichy

by Stanislaw Lem

Bringing his twin gifts of scientific speculation and scathing satire to bear on that hapless planet, Earth, Lem sends his unlucky cosmonaut, Ijon Tichy, to the Eighth Futurological Congress. Caught up in local...


Fiasco

by Stanislaw Lem

The planet Quinta is pocked by ugly mounds and covered by a spiderweb-like network. It is a kingdom of phantoms and of a beauty afflicted by madness. In stark contrast, the crew of the spaceship Hermes represents...


Memoirs Found in a Bathtub

by Stanislaw Lem

The year is 3149, and a vast paper destroying blight-papyralysis-has obliterated much of the planet's written history. However, these rare memoirs, preserved for centuries in a volcanic rock, record the strange...


One Human Minute

by Stanislaw Lem & Catherine S. Leach

Contains three essays--"One Human Minute," "The Upside-Down Revolution ," and "The World as Cataclysm"--from science fiction master Stanislaw Lem.