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Wired

by Catherine Thureson

In "Wired", a frighteningly believable story set in the not-too-distant future, technology has achieved its darkest promise, replacing human interactions and genuine experiences with virtual reality. Independent, hardworking Maggie has... Read More

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From Paul to Saul

by John M. Murray

"From Paul to Saul" is an engaging, faith-driven postapocalyptic novel. In Joel McNenny’s engrossing and thrilling dystopia "From Paul to Saul", a new generation faces an uncertain future, directed by questions of faith, morality, and... Read More

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The Drakos Effect

by John M. Murray

"The Drakos Effect" is an absorbing science fiction parable that unfolds with heart, action, and thoughtfulness. In Joe Sharcoff’s captivating and polished "The Drakos Effect", an enthusiastic astrobiologist and an unusual alien work... Read More

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Primary Anomaly

by John M. Murray

"Primary Anomaly" serves as a strong introduction to the world of Fables of Nevertime, with interesting world-building, character-driven action, and secrets left to discover. Peter Sonntag’s explosive science fiction adventure "Primary... Read More

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Lamp Eyes, Look Out!

by Katie Asher

"Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is an imaginative, often beautiful work of science fiction. Peter Gelman’s "Lamp Eyes, Look Out!" is a poetic and abstract science-fiction response to the current political climate in the West. Mixing Greek... Read More

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