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A Harvest of Thorns

by Aimee Jodoin

"A Harvest of Thorns" is an intense science fiction thriller with a complex plot and compelling characters. Exploring government corruption in global (and interstellar) crises, Mario Carini’s "A Harvest of Thorns" is an exciting... Read More

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Spyware

by Erika Harlitz Kern

"Spyware" is a timely satire that is entertaining and thought-provoking in equal measure. In Colin Robertson’s satirical science fiction novel "Spyware", a computer virus spreads across the globe like a disease, infecting the most... Read More

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Time and Time Again

by Aimee Jodoin

"Time and Time Again" collects sixteen of Hugo and Nebula award–winning author Robert Silverberg’s short stories involving time travel. With dazzling prose and original plotlines, Silverberg proves himself to be a master of the... Read More

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The XY

by Catherine Thureson

Virginia Bergin’s thought-provoking dystopia "The XY" explores what the world might look like if it was developed only by women. Over sixty years ago most men were wiped out by a virus. Those who remained were placed in sanctuaries for... Read More

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Frostlands

by Peter Dabbene

A worthy sequel to the thought-provoking Splinterlands, "Frostlands" is triumphant and absorbing science fiction, full of ecological and societal warnings. It is a unique and imaginative look at a future Earth scarred by environmental... Read More

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Quantum Convention

by Susan Waggoner

Ready for the next new thing in fiction? You’ll find it in "Quantum Convention", wherein eight richly imagined, humanity-affirming tales lay new turf for short stories. The settings embrace everything from a world in which an eons-old... Read More

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