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Norman Conquest 2066

by J. T. McIntosh

A new race would inherit the Earth.

Tormented by neuroses, psychoses, and instability, mankind changed, and two new breeds of humans were born:

Normans - devoid of body hair, quiet, rational, hiding a strange...


Born Leader

by J. T. McIntosh

A threat that unites deadly enemies

Two planets circled Brinsen's Star: Mundis and Secundis. On one, a tiny colony of refugees from Earth struggles and begins to thrive.

But seeds of destruction have been sown...


World Out of Mind

by J. T. McIntosh

The earth is doomed!

Only ten people out of every 3,000 will escape aboard space ships to begin a new colony on Mars. For the rest of humanity . . . inevitable destruction.

Bill Easson is a conscientious, straightforward...


One Too Many: Book Three in the One in Three Hundred Trilogy

by J. T. McIntosh

"It's not one thing, Bill . . . It's the rain, and the winds, and the dust, and the heat . . . the food, things you can't identify, things that taste like string. No milk. No coffee. No eggs. No meat . . . Being...


One in One Thousand: Book Two in the One in Three Hundred Trilogy

by J. T. McIntosh

The odds were against them every step of the way.

"Drugged with figures, working more and more from sheer obstinacy, stubbornly trying everything I could think of to try, I came up with the conclusion that our...


One in Three Hundred: Book One in the One in Three Hundred Trilogy

by J. T. McIntosh

He held their lives in his hands.

Earth was doomed. Only ten people of every 3,000 would be taken to Mars to begin a new colony. For the rest, there awaited only death.

Bill Easson was a nice, pleasant, straightforward...


The Uplift War

by David Brin

David Brin's Uplift novels are among the most thrilling and extraordinary science fiction ever written.  Sundiver, Startide Rising, and The Uplift War--a New York Times bestseller--together make up one of...


The Eternal Flame

Orthogonal #2

by Greg Egan

Greg Egan’s The Clockwork Rocket introduced readers to an exotic universe where the laws of physics are very different from our own, where the speed of light varies in ways Einstein would never allow, and...


The Cestus Deception: Star Wars (Clone Wars): A Clone Wars Novel

by Steven Barnes

Ord Cestus, a planet mostly barren and inhospitable to life, was first colonized as a prison world—until a handful of hardy pioneers discovered its rich ore deposits and managed to build up a successful droid-manufacturing...


The Bodelan Way

by Louis Trimble

A Bodelan, Margil looks like a large upright cat?although she doesn't always act like one. She's moody, brilliant, and filled with furry intensity. A human, Endo Leduc is her tutor, responsible for her acculturation?and...


The Wandering Variables

by Louis Trimble

Dr. Tandy Venner is an irreplaceable asset to the Charter Worlds Union. Much too valuable to go off on an unexpected vacation by herself. So Jano Kegan, an operative of Charter Worlds, went along on a Euphor...


Anthropol

by Louis Trimble

It's an urgent assignment for Vernay?get control of the totalitarian government of Ujvila. Hard enough, but Vernay's also got to do it before Galactic-Military solves the problem its own way: by slamming in...


Conspiracy of Silence

Space: 1889 & Beyond S2 #1

by Andy Frankham-Allen & Frank Chadwick

For Nathanial Stone and Annabelle Somerset, the most harrowing journey has only just begun! At long last, Nathanial and Annabelle are back on Earth, but the reception is hardly what they hoped for-Nathanial...


The Salmon of Doubt: Hitchhiking the Galaxy One Last Time

Dirk Gently, Holistic Detective #4

by Douglas Adams

On Friday, May 11, 2001, the world mourned the untimely passing of Douglas Adams, beloved creator of The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, dead of a heart attack at age forty-nine. Thankfully, in addition...


The Chronicles of Riddick

by Alan Dean Foster

No matter how long or how hard they strive, no matter how extensive their education as a species, no matter what they experience of the small heavens and larger hells they create for themselves, it seems that...


Ringturn

by John Mawson

Sundered from Earth during the time of the Black Death, frightened and bewildered humans are transported by benign aliens to a planet of a nearby star. Slowly they recover and a much changed society flourishes;...


Nova Swing

the Kefahuchi Tract trilogy #2

Arthur C. Clarke Award 2007, Philip K. Dick Award 2007

by M. John Harrison

Years after Ed Chianese’s fateful trip into the Kefahuchi Tract, the tract has begun to expand and change in ways we never could have predicted—and, even more terrifying, parts of it have actually begun...


Frontier of the Dark: A Novel of an Alternate Rim Worlds Universe

by A. Bertram Chandler

A Space Fantasy Filled with Horror

The Mannschenn Drive was the gateway to the stars, but it had one unfortunate site effect . . .

Traveling faster than light, mankind reverted to the bestial form of his own...


The Alternate Martians: The Sequel to The Coils of Time, a Novel of an Alternate Rim Worlds Universe

by A. Bertram Chandler

The World of the Dreamers

In 1965, when Mariner IV radioed back the vision of Mars as a planet pocked with craters and unlikely to harbor life of any advanced sort, some newspapers wondered how science-fiction...


The Coils of Time: A Novel of an Alternate Rim Worlds Universe

by A. Bertram Chandler

Down into the tortuous coils of time . . .

Dr. Henshaw had created what he thought was a time travel machine and he had sent guinea pigs through it. But now he needed a human guinea pig to test it with.

Christopher...