Science Fiction

Science Fiction Books

Magic. A Rough Guide

Don’t be fooled by the title. England is a tough place to live if you’re a magician, a really tough place. Girls are born with the ability and are tested at birth and taken away to be raised, experimented on and finally killed off in S.A.L.E.M, an “Assessment Unit”. Boys develop their powers at around…

Magic. A Rough Guide.

 The War on Magic continues. Magicians are branded terrorists. Government contracted security forces hunt down and execute magicians who don’t submit to repressive controls. Magic: A Rough Guide ********** All characters appearing in this work are fictitious. Any resemblance to real persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental. ********** Reality is merely an illusion, albeit…

Last Light Falling

If your fate has already been chosen for you, would you change it? Fifteen-year-old Arena Power blindly accepts her destiny in a world filled with tragedy, chaos, and a lingering wickedness that will tempt every man’s soul until the last days on Earth. Set in the United States in the year 2053, America, like most…

Synthesis

Foreword by Robert Llewellyn. A collection of 27 short science fiction stories from around the globe. Featuring professional contributions from Drew Wagar, Stuart Aken and Boris Glikman. The stories: A Cosmic Dilemma by Boris Glikman Alice by David Styles All in the Mind by John Hoggard Amerika in the Sky by Boris Glikman Dying Star…

Nanopunk. Gripping Sci-Fi

Two teenagers hunted across a devastated, Icebound Earth. Infected with nanoparticles that give him inhuman hacking abilities, Alister discovers his sister, a leading nanoscientist, is alive, kidnapped, and sets off to find her. Then Suzie, a feisty cyber-militant curious about the secret behind Alister’s exceptional skills, gets involved in his search and that’s when the wrong kind…

Rebel Lexis

Review of Rebel Lexis I loved this book! Rebel Lexis book one of the Rings of Polaris series is an eloquently written science fiction/dystopian novel that takes place thousands of years after the earth inhabitants have almost become extinct. Living on Mars and beyond, humans live in levels and have to work hard to achieve…

Exit of the Ascended

David Dante is your typical middle class guy. House, kid in college, and a job where technology is taking over. Every day he watches as his position becomes more and more obsolete. With bills piling up, and job prospects dwindling, all hope seems lost. But a simple routine procedure of getting a neural implant can…

Meta Fiction, Story, and Philip K. Dick’s Man in the High Castle

With the arrival of “The Man in the High Castle on TV, may people may be wondering what the story – in the long run is about. People may also ask questions about “The Grasshopper lies heavy”. I read TMITHC many moons ago when I was binge-reading every scifi novel out there. Heinlein, Bradbury, Dick,…

Hopping Through Time With Ursula K. Le Guin

In a 1966 novel, Ursula K. Le Guin wrote about a little device — about the size of a lunchbox — that allows its owner to communicate across land masses, even planets, in a flash. Though the ansible isn’t currently a reality, we’re constantly working to improve the speed with which we can deliver electronic…

Lightning Seed

Earth is icebound. Millions have perished. In the remains of a lawless America, The Followers, an extremist alliance, believe they can fix the weather and save the world – but at a deadly cost. With all communications down, a veteran and a teen with amnesia set out to stop them. Sci-Fi Action from the Author…