• Ashes of Man

    Ashes of Man

    Ruocchio, Christopher

    With the Cielcin united under one banner, the Sollan Empire stands alone after the betrayal of the Commonwealth. The Prophet-King of the Cielcin has sent its armies to burn the worlds of men, and worse, there are rumors... whispers that Hadrian Marlowe is dead, killed in the fighting. But it is not so. Hadrian survived with the help of the witch, Valka, and together they escaped the net of the enemy having learned a terrible truth: the gods that the Cielcin worship are real and will not rest until the universe is dark and cold. What is more, the Emperor...

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  • Chance

    Chance

    FitzSimmons, Matthew

    After his latest "refresh," Chance awakens to accusations that he's killed a stranger he has never met, and wondering if it was one of his clones, digs into the man's background and the mysteries of his own life and death, while staying one step ahead ofthe LAPD.

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  • Afterglow

    Afterglow

    Grist (EDT)/ Brown, Adrienne Maree (FRW)

    "Hopeful and forward-looking futuristic short stories that explore how the power of storytelling can help create the world we need"--

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  • High Noon on Proxima B

    High Noon on Proxima B

    Boop, David (EDT)

    "Adventure! Danger! Revenge! And a mail-order robot gunslinger in a wedding dress? Only in the wildest parts of space could this happen. It's time again to get in your ramshackle rocket ship and journey to the universe's western territories with this follow-up to Gunfight on Europa Station. Meet the employees of a space bordello as they're drawn together to pull a con on a con. Or the crew filming a Western on a colony ship only to fight gravity and each other. Or a soldier on a backwater planet hiding from her past when it-and the military-finally tracks her down....

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  • Frontier

    Frontier

    Curtis, Grace

    "In the distant future most of the human race has fled a ravaged Earth to find new life on other planets. For those who stayed a lawless society remains. Then a ship falls from the sky, bringing the planet's first visitor in three hundred years. This Stranger is a crewmember on the first ship in centuries to attempt a return to Earth and save what's left. But her escape pod crashes hundreds of miles away from the rest of the wreckage. The Stranger finds herself adrift in a ravaged, unwelcoming landscape,full of people who hate and fear her space-born existence....

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  • Saving Time

    Saving Time

    Taylor, Jodi

    "But Time waits for no one and neither do criminal masterminds. A major threat to the Timeline is looming, one far deadlier than mere idiots who want to change history. And when a familiar face becomes a Very Important Lead, will conflicting family loyalties spell trouble for Team Weird?"--

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  • Burrowed

    Burrowed

    Kaley, Mary Baader

    In the distant future, a genetic plague has separated humanity in two - Subterraneans who live in underground burrows to protect their health, and strong surface-dwelling Omniterraneans. Zuzan Cayan, a brilliant Subter girl with "light blindness," is about to leave the safety of her burrow and earn a living. With her low life expectancy, however, her options are slim. That is until she's offered the chance of a lifetime to study the population's broken genetic code, fix the divide and reunite the world once again. But when a new virus turns fatal for the Omnits, Zuzan must find a cure...

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  • The Hopkins Manuscript

    The Hopkins Manuscript

    Sherriff, R. C.

    "For fans of the popular and award-winning Netflix movie Don't Look Up, a prescient, rediscovered speculative novel about how a small English village prepares for the end of the world. Edgar Hopkins is a retired math teacher in his mid-fifties with a strong sense of self-importance, whose greatest pride in life is winning poultry breeding contests. When not meticulously caring for his Bantam, Edgar is an active member of the British Lunar Society. Thanks to that affiliation, Edgar becomes one of the first people to learn the moon is on a collision course, headed towards Earth. Members of the society...

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  • Antimatter Blues

    Antimatter Blues

    Ashton, Edward (Science fiction writer)

    "Edward Ashton's Antimatter Blues is the thrilling follow up to Mickey7 in which an expendable heads out to explore new terrain for human habitation. Summer has come to Niflheim. The lichens are growing, the six-winged bat-things are chirping, and much tohis own surprise, Mickey Barnes is still alive-that last part thanks almost entirely to the fact that Commander Marshall believes that the colony's creeper neighbors are holding an antimatter bomb, and that Mickey is the only one who's keeping them fromusing it. Mickey's just another colonist now. Instead of cleaning out the reactor core, he spends his time these days...

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  • Feed Them Silence

    Feed Them Silence

    Mandelo, Lee

    "Lee Mandelo dives into the minds of wolves in Feed Them Silence, a novella of the near future. What does it mean to "be-in-kind" with a nonhuman animal? Or in Dr. Sean Kell-Luddon's case, to be in-kind with one of the last remaining wild wolves? Using aneurological interface to translate her animal subject's perception through her own mind, Sean intends to chase both her scientific curiosity and her secret, lifelong desire to experience the intimacy and freedom of wolfishness. To see the world through animal eyes; smell the forest, thick with olfactory messages; even taste the blood and viscera of...

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