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The Book of Lost Tales, Part Two: Part Two

by J. R. R. Tolkien

The Book of Lost Tales was the first major work of imagination by J.R.R. Tolkien, begun in 1916, when he was twenty-five years old, and left incomplete several years later. It stands at the beginning of the...


Drowning World

by Alan Dean Foster

Alan Dean Foster doesn’t just build worlds, he creates entire universes. Book by book, his star-spanning saga of the Humanx Commonwealth has evolved into one of science fiction’s most notable achievements....


Croak

Croak #1

by Gina Damico

Teenage delinquent Lex's parents ship her off to her uncle's house for the summer, where she discovers a surprising family business as a grim reaper and gets caught up in a mystery in the first installment of...


Red Leaves

Barry Best Novel 2006

by Thomas H. Cook

Eric Moore has reason to be happy. He has a prosperous business, a comfortable home, a stable family life in a quiet town. Then, on an ordinary night, his teenage son Keith is asked to babysit Amy Giordano,...


The World Jones Made

by Philip K. Dick

What if you could see into the future? Award-winning author Philip K. Dick examines precognition in this influential novel.


The Man Who Japed

by Philip K. Dick

A humorous, light-hearted story about one man's fight against a puritanical totalitarian government from the award-winning Philip K. Dick.


Solar Lottery

by Philip K. Dick

The universe is not nearly as random as it appears in this fun, pulpy early work from the award-winning science fiction novelist Philip K. Dick.


We Can Build You

by Philip K. Dick

A techno-thriller with a biting wit that compares the humanity of man and machine, from the critically acclaimed novelist Philip K. Dick.


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 ...


Hotspur

"Sister" Jane Foxhunting Mysteries #2

by Rita Mae Brown

In her well-received novel Outfoxed, Rita Mae Brown vividly and deftly brought to life the genteel world of foxhunting, where hunters, horses, hounds, and foxes form a tightly knit community amidst old money...


Eye in the Sky

by Philip K. Dick

A wry look at how different people see the world, told in the caustically fun style of award-winning science fiction novelist Philip K. Dick.


Tigerheart

by Peter David

For all readers who have ever lent an enthusiastic ear to a wonderfully well told tale, or tumbled gladly into pages that could transport them anywhere, now comes novelist Peter David’s enchanting new work...


Leporello on the Lam: Further Adventures of Don Giovanni's Man

by William Stafford

Leporello on the Lam tells of the further adventures of characters from Mozart and Da Ponte's famous comic opera, Don Giovanni. Hapless manservant, Leporello seeks a new master but, still traumatised by events,...


Leporello on the Lam: Further Adventures of Don Giovanni's Man

by William Stafford

Leporello on the Lam tells of the further adventures of characters from Mozart and Da Ponte's famous comic opera, Don Giovanni. Hapless manservant, Leporello seeks a new master but, still traumatised by events,...


The Weight of Numbers

by Simon Ings

The Weight of Numbers describes the metamorphosis of three people: Anthony Burden, a mathematical genius destroyed by the beauty of numbers; Saul Cogan, transformed from prankster idealist to trafficker in the...


Echo City

by Tim Lebbon

Surrounded by a vast, poisonous desert, Echo City is built upon the graveyard of its own past. Most inhabitants believe that their city and its subterranean Echoes are the whole of the world, but there are a...


Thanksgiving

by Michael Dibdin

Thanksgiving is a moving portrait of the profound effects of love when all that seems to remain is loss and grief. Unhinged by his wife’s unexpected death, Anthony, a middle-aged Seattle journalist, becomes...


The Rules of Engagement: A Novel

by Anita Brookner

Elizabeth and Betsy had been school friends in 1950s London. Elizabeth, prudent and introspective, values social propriety. Betsy, raised by a spinster aunt, is open, trusting, and desperate for affection. After...


Pobby and Dingan

by Ben Rice

This enchanting tale is at once a beautifully rendered narrative of childhood loss and a powerfully simple fable about the necessity of imagination.

Pobby and Dingan are Kellyanne Williamson’s best friends,...


An Unfinished Life

by Mark Spragg

In an extraordinary tale of love and forgiveness, Mark Spragg brings us this novel of a complex, prodigal homecoming. After escaping the last of a long string of abusive boyfriends, Jean Gilkyson and her ten-year-old...