Science Fiction

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Based on true events, Brent Spiner, of Star Trek: The Next Generation fame, takes a weird, often hilarious look at his early career via the lens of a fan stalking event that involves, amon

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“Silverberg’s stories transform alien planets and parallel universes into concrete realities that readers can inhabit and enjoy. . . .

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“. . . a quirky extension of the H. G. Wells story, filled with animal puns, dialogue reeking with black humor, as well as an ending guaranteed to satisfy.”

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“a long walk through thick underbrush, but the payoff is worth the trek.”

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Evelyn Caldwell tells herself “I am not a monster,” but she may not believe it. Evelyn is a self-centered, work-obsessed woman who has devoted everything to her scientific career.

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“fans of the series will absolutely delight in the final installation in Scalzi’s epic space opera trilogy.” 

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Quantic holds the pacing taut and sustains the tension for 270 pages before finally revealing the truth.

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“Reality isn’t what it appears to be. Our perception of reality is a construction of the brain, and science is achieving what decades ago seemed impossible.”

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“Carlaftes’s compendium is a hysterical and delightful excursion into the American presidency from the time Andrew Jackson dove into the River Styx to avoid the Grim Reaper until President

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Ruin’s Wake presents a future dystopia of totalitarian rule loosely modeled on modern North Korea: the power of the state (and the associated military) is absolute, technology works only i

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Famous Men Who Never Lived uses a classic science fiction trope (alternate universes) to explore the urgent question of what it means to be a refugee.

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A painter witnesses angels moving on the ceiling of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. A girl wearing a boa of dead rabbits leads a gang of dead kids on a series of misadventures across the heavens.

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On the cusp of World War II, the paths of two spies continually weave together as they navigate politics, war, spirits, betrayal, and the afterlife in a gaslamp Ghostbusters alternate history.

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“a thriller wrapped in the deadly solitude of space with a determined heroine who refuses to give up.”

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“a thriller wrapped in the deadly solitude of space with a determined heroine who refuses to give up”

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“Genre and gender bending, erudite and steamy, Machado’s stories manage to defy expectation and be compulsively readable.”

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“for anyone with a true interest in Star Wars, Ian Doescher’s adaptation is a treat.”

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The War of the Worlds is a classic of early science fiction.

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“a delightful, sometimes amusing, always exciting steampunk adventure. . . . For those who like their history heavily dipped in fantasy or their science fiction a bit historical . .

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“by turns, a scifi tale, a political satire, a colossal comedy of errors, and a very slowly percolating romance.”

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a fast-paced tour de force through history and contemporary California. It is a heart-pounding page turner filled with loads of action and intrigue.”

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Welcome to Night Vale is a podcast about life in a strange little desert town where every weird thing is normal and basically unquestioned. Now it's also a book.

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Volume 2 of the Night Vale Episodes collection comes out at the same time as Volume 1.

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“A mind-bending odyssey of parallel worlds and causality, Dark Matter will particularly appeal to fans of the TV series Fringe and H. G.

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What a strange and wonderful book this is. Mashup is a collection of stories, as the title indicates, based on famous first lines. 

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