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Retrograde

by Bianca Bowers

"Retrograde" is a slow-burning science fiction adventure whose heroine is primed to win the age-old battle between good and evil. A dark mist swirls through the streets, infecting everyone in its path, in A. O. Godmasch’s science... Read More

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The Prime Network

by John M. Murray

In the technothriller "The Prime Network", a brilliant scientist takes on questions of free will and the interconnectedness of reality. In Gerard G. Nahum’s contemplative thriller "The Prime Network", a man discovers the secrets of the... Read More

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Percivious

by Sara Budzik

In the exciting science fiction thriller "Percivious", the government may be withholding science related to human evolution. In medical doctor A. J. Cook and J. J. Cook’s science fiction thriller Percivious Insomnia, mindbending... Read More

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A Diary in the Age of Water

by Bianca Bowers

Lyrical and dystopian, "A Diary in the Age of Water" is as much an ode to water as it is a cautionary tale about the dire implications of climate change. Nina Munteanu’s engrossing science fiction novel, A Diary in the Age of Water,... Read More

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