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Tim Akers | The Horns of Ruin 
Eva Forge is the last paladin of a dead god, Morgan, god of battle and champion of the Fraterdom. When a series of kidnappings and murders makes it clear that someone is trying to hasten the death of the Cult of Morgan, Eva must seek out unexpected allies and unwelcome answers in the city of Ash. But will she be able to save the city from a growing conspiracy, one that reaches back to her childhood, even back to the murder of her god?
Lou Anders | Fast Forward 1 
Fast Forward is offered in the tradition of Damon Knight's prestigious and influential anthology series, Orbit, and Frederik Pohl's landmarkStar SFFast Forward marks the start of a new hard science fiction anthology series, dedicated to presenting the vanguard of the genre and charting the undiscovered country that is the future.
Lou Anders | Fast Forward 2 
When Fast Forward 1 debuted in February 2007, it was met with a huge outpouring of excitement and approbation from the science fiction community. Now the critically-acclaimed, groundbreaking series continues, featuring all new stories from some of the field's best writers: Paul Cornell, Kay Kenyon, Chris Nakashima-Brown, Nancy Kress, Cory Doctorow and Benjamin Rosenbaum, Ian McDonald, Mike Resnick and Pat Cadigan, and more.

Catherine Asaro | Nebula Awards Showcase 2013
The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published annually since 1966, reprinting the winning and nominated stories in the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America®. The editor selected by SFWA's anthology committee (chaired by Mike Resnick) is two-time Nebula winner, Catherine Asaro.

Fiona Avery | The Crown Rose
The story of Isabelle of France, born heir to the throne, and the mystery of one man who enters her life at several key moments, becoming her icon, her soul's other half, and her destiny — a man, who may, in fact, be much more than an ordinary man. His bloodline goes back to the Holy Land, and he is far, far older than he appears.
   

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James Barclay | Dawnthief
The Raven: six men and an elf, sword for hire in the wars that have torn apart Balaia. For years their loyalty has been only to themselves and their code. But, that time is over. The Wytch Lords have escaped and The Raven find themselves fighting for the Dark College of magic, searching for the location of Dawnthief. It is a spell created to end the world, and it must be cast if any of them are to survive.
James Barclay | Nightchild
There Is A New Power Coming. It will sweep aside the four colleges of magic. It is the power of the land, and it has manifested itself in Lyanna, a five year old girl. Unknowingly, she could destroy Balaia. Desperate to maintain their power, the colleges will do anything to control the child. If that fails, they will kill her.
James Barclay | Noonshade
Now the land of Balaia, still riven by war, must live with the consequences. The Dawnthief spell—designed to destroy the world, but cast to save it—has torn a hole in the sky, a pathway into the dragon dimension, and, through it, unfriendly eyes are turning to Balaia... 
James Barclay | Elfsorrow
Another action-packed adventure from the new master of fantasy. The Raven travel to a new continent in search of mages to help the ruined college of Julatsa rebuild and find themselves in the midst of an ancient curse—a curse that has unleashed a plague that threatens to wipe out the elven race. 
James Barclay | Shadowheart
War has come. It has been smoldering for years, but now the conflict between Balaia's four colleges of magic has finally blazed into furious life. Caught in the flames of war are The Raven. They will keep the faith. They will fight and they will triumph. It's what they do.
James Barclay | Demonstorm
THIS IS THE END.... The dragons have gone home, the elves are safe. The Raven have kept their promises. But fate has not finished with them. As the war between the colleges rages on, an old enemy senses that his chance to revenge a bitter defeat has come.
James Barclay | Ravensoul
Death cannot separate them. This is The Raven, older, wiser, some returned from the grave. Grieving they seek nothing but rest from conflict, something the world will not grant them. But they remain The Raven, still answering when the call comes, still the force most likely to survive and bring the world with them, and still willing to die so that those they love can live.
Barbara Barnett | The Apothecary's Curse
In Victorian London, the fates of physician Simon Bell and apothecary Gaelan Erceldoune entwine when Simon gives his wife an elixir created by Gaelan from an ancient manuscript. Meant to cure her cancer, it kills her. Suicidal, Simon swallows the remainder—only to find he cannot die. Five years later, hearing rumors of a Bedlam inmate with regenerative powers like his own, Simon is shocked to discover it’s Gaelan.
Edited by Greg Bear | Nebula Awards Showcase 2015
This anthology includes the winners of the Andre Norton, Damon Knight Memorial Grand Master, Rhysling, and Dwarf Stars Awards, as well as the Nebula Award winners, and features Ann Leckie, Nalo Hopkinson, Rachel Swirsky, Aliette de Bodard, and Vylar Kaftan, with additional articles and poems by authors such as Robin Wayne Bailey, Samuel R. Delany, Terry A. Garey, Deborah P Kolodji, and Andrew Robert Sutton.
Michael Blumlein, MD | The Healer 
Payne is a member of a minority offshoot of humanity called Grotesques who have the ability to effect phenomenal healings. Sadly, such gifted healers live a life somewhere between that of a possession and a slave. The Healer is story of human rites and rituals seen through the eyes of an outsider, one who knows humans better, perhaps, than they know themselves.
Stephanie Burgis | Congress of Secrets
In 1814, the Congress of Vienna has just begun. Diplomats battle over a new map of Europe, actors vie for a chance at glory, and aristocrats and royals from across the continent come together to celebrate the downfall of Napoleon…among them Lady Caroline Wyndham, a wealthy English widow. But Caroline has a secret: she was born Karolina Vogl, daughter of a radical Viennese printer. When her father was arrested by the secret police, Caroline’s childhood was stolen from her by dark alchemy. 
Stephanie Burgis | Masks and Shadows
The year is 1779, and Carlo Morelli, the most renowned castrato singer in Europe, has been invited as an honored guest to Eszterháza Palace. With Carlo in Prince Nikolaus Esterházy’s carriage, ride a Prussian spy and one of the most notorious alchemists in the Habsburg Empire.
   

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Mark Chadbourn | World's End
A dragon firebombs a freeway. Shape-shifters stalk the commercial district. The deadly Wild Hunt wreaks havoc on the highway. The Age of Misrule has dawned. A pedal-to-the-floor, high-octane fantasy thriller that pitches magic and wonder into a pop culture mash-up of the modern world. Described as "One part Lord of the Rings, one partIlluminatus!, one part Arthurian romance, one part Harry Potter—100 % original!"
Mark Chadbourn | Darkest Hour
Church, Ruth, Ryan, Laura, and Shavi have joined forces with Tom, a hero from the mists of time, to wage a guerrilla war against the iron rule of the gods. But they didn't count on things going from bad to worse ... Darkest Hour is the stunning continuation of a powerful fantasy saga by one of Britain's most acclaimed
Mark Chadbourn | Always Forever
The modern world has been transformed into a land of myth, a magical place where fabulous beasts soar on the air currents, a terrifying place where shape-shifting monsters stalk the cities. Mankind's days appear numbered. Our only hope—the Brothers and Sisters of Dragons ...
Mark Chadbourn | The Devil in Green
Humanity has emerged from the Age of Misrule into a world substantially changed. Fighting to find their place, the last remnants of the Christian Church seek a new Knights Templar to guard the priesthood as they set out on their quest for souls, calling on the pagan gods of Celtic myth for help.

Mark Chadbourn | The Devil's Looking Glass
1593: The dreaded alchemist, magician, and spy Dr. John Dee is missing. . Terror sweeps through the court of Queen Elizabeth, for in Dee's possession is an obsidian mirror, an object of great power which, legend says, could set the world afire. And so the call goes out to celebrated swordsman, adventurer and rake Will Swyfte—find Dee and his looking glass and return them to London before disaster strikes. But when Will discovers the mirror might solve the mystery that has haunted him for years—the fate of his lost love, Jenny—the stakes become acutely personal.

Mark Chadbourn | The Queen of Sinister 
The plague came without warning and nothing could stop its progress. Caitlin Shepherd, a lowly medic, is allowed to cross into the mystical Celtic Otherworld in search of a cure, taking her on a quest to the end of a land of dreams and nightmares to petition the gods.
Mark Chadbourn | The Hounds of Avalon
Humanity's last chance lies with two friends, as different as night and day, but bound together by an awesome destiny. But time is running out, for when the Hounds of Avalon appear, all hope is lost.
Mark Chadbourn | The Silver Skull
Will Swyfte's exploits against the forces of Philip of Spain have made him a national hero, lauded from Carlisle to Kent. Yet his associates can barely disguise their incredulity—what is the point of a spy whose face and name is known across Europe? But Swyfte's public image is a carefully-crafted façade, which deflects attention from his real work—and the true reason why Walsingham's spy network was established.
Mark Chadbourn | The Scar-Crow Men
The year is 1593. The London of Elizabeth I is in the terrible grip of the Black Death. As thousands die from the plague and the queen hides behind the walls of her palace, English spies are being murdered across the city. The killer's next target: Will Swyfte—adventurer, rake, scholar, and spy.
Mark Chadbourn | Jack of Ravens Jack Churchill, archaeologist and dreamer, walks out of the mist and into Celtic Britain more than two thousand years before he was born, with no knowledge of how he got there. Mark Chadbourn gives us a high adventure of dazzling sword fights, passionate romance and apocalyptic wars in the days leading up to Ragnarok, the End-Times: a breathtaking, surreal vision of twisting realities where nothing is quite what it seems.
Mark Chadbourn | The Burning Man
 After a long journey across the ages, Jack Churchill has returned to the modern world, only to find it in the grip of a terrible, dark force. With a small group of trusted allies, Jack sets out to find the two "keys" that can shatter the spell. But the keys are people—one with the power of creation, one the power of destruction—and they are hidden somewhere among the world’s billions.
Mark Chadbourn | Destroyer of Worlds
 It is the beginning of the end . . . the end of the axe-age, the sword-age, leading to the passing of gods and men from the universe. As all the ancient prophecies fall into place, the final battle rages, on Earth, across Faerie, and into the Land of the Dead. Jack Churchill, Champion of Existence, must lead the Brothers and Sisters of Dragons in a last, desperate assault on the Fortress of the Enemy to confront the ultimate incarnation of destruction: the Burning Man.

Brenda Cooper | The Creative Fire 
Nothing can match thepower of a single voice. . . .
Ruby Martin expects to spend her days repairing robots while avoiding the dangerous peacekeeping forces that roam the corridors of the generation ship the Creative Fire. The social structure of the ship is rigidly divided, with Ruby and her friends on the bottom. Then a ship-wide accident gives Ruby a chance to fight for the freedom she craves.

Brenda Cooper | The Diamond Deep
What if a woman as strong and as complex as Eva Perón began her life as a robot repair assistant threatened by a powerful peacekeeping force that wants to take all she has from her?
Brenda Cooper | Edge of Dark
What if a society banished its worst nightmare to the far edge of the solar system, destined to sip only dregs of light and struggle for the barest living. And yet, that life thrived? It grew and learned and became far more than you ever expected, and it wanted to return to the sun. What if it didn't share your moral compass in any way?

Brenda Cooper |Wilders
Coryn Williams has grown up in the megacity of Seacouver, where her every need is provided for—except satisfaction with her life. After her parents’ suicides, her sister Lou fled the city to work on a rewilding crew, restoring lands once driven to the brink of ecological disaster by humans to a more natural state. Finally of age, Coryn leaves the city with her companion robot to look for her sister.

Paul Crilley | Department Zero
Atticus Graves just wants to make sure his ex-wife doesn’t take away his visitation rights. But when Graves stumbles through a portal, he finds himself in a world full of monsters and angels. There are thousands of these doors, thousands of different worlds. And now that he’s seen them, Graves is recruited to Department Zero. Graves and his crew clean up any and all supernatural crime scenes.

Paul Crilley | The Lazarus Machine
An alternate 1895. . . 
A world where Charles Babbage and Ada Lovelace perfected the Difference Engine. Where steam and Tesla-powered computers are everywhere. Where automatons powered by human souls venture out into the sprawling

Paul Crilley | The Osiris Curse
What if a woman as strong and as complex as Eva Perón began her life as a robot repair assistant threatened by a powerful peacekeeping force that wants to take all she has from her?

Edited by Julie Czerneda | Nebula Awards Showcase 2017
The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published annually since 1966, reprinting the winning and nominated stories of the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). This year’s editor, selected by SFWA’s anthology Committee (chaired by Mike Resnick), is Canadian science fiction and fantasy writer and editor Julie Czerneda.

   

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Jack Dann | The Man Who Melted 
The Man Who Melted is a warning for the future. It is the Brave New World and 1984 for our time, for it gives us a glimpse into our own future — a future ruled by corporations that control deadly and powerful forms of mass manipulation. It is a prediction of what could happen...tomorrow. The Man Who Melted has been called "one of the greatest science fiction novels of all time" by Science Fiction Age and is considered a genre classic.
   

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Janet Edwards | Earth Girl
Just because she's confined to the planet, doesn't mean she can't
reach for the stars.
2788. Only the handicapped live on Earth. Eighteen-year-old Jarra is among the one in a thousand people born with an immune system that cannot survive on other planets. Sent to Earth at birth to save her life, she has been abandoned by her parents. She can't travel to other worlds, but she can watch their vids, and she knows all the jokes they make. She's an "ape," a "throwback," but this is one ape girl who won't give in.

Janet Edwards | Earth Flight
Jarra never wanted to be a celebrity. All she ever wanted was to gain some respect for the people left on Earth: the unlucky few whose immune system prevents them from portaling to other planets.

Janet Edwards | Earth Star
Eighteen-year-old Jarra has a lot to prove. After being awarded one of the military's highest honors for her role in a daring rescue attempt, she finds herself-and her Ape status-in the spotlight. Jarra is one of the unlucky few born with an immune system that cannot survive on other planets. Derided as an "ape"-a "throwback"-by the rest of the universe, she is on a mission to prove that Earth Girls are just as good as anyone else.
James Enge | Blood of Ambrose
Behind the king's life stands the menacing Protector, and beyond him lies the Protector's Shadow...The ministers of the king carry on the battle, magical and mundane, against the Protector and his shadowy patron. But all their struggles will be wasted unless the young king finds the strength to rule in his own right and his own name.
James Enge | This Crooked Way
Travelling alone in the depths of winter, Morlock Ambrosius (bitterly dry drunk, master of all magical makers, wandering swordsman, and son of Merlin Ambrosius and Nimue Viviana), is attacked by an unknown enemy. Soon he will find that his enemy wears a familiar face, and that the duel he has stumbled into will threaten more lives than his own, leaving nations shattered in its chaotic wake. And at the end of his long road waits the death of a legend.
James Enge | Guile of Dragons 
It's dwarves vs dragons in this origin story for Enge's signature character, Morlock Ambrosius!

James Enge | Wrath-Bearing Tree
Into the Unguarded Lands . . .
The masked powers of Fate and Chaos are killing gods in the land of Kaen, facing the Wardlands across the Narrow Sea.
Vocates Aloe Oaij and Morlock Ambrosius go into the Unguarded Lands, on a mission to find the reasons for the godslaying, and to avert any threat to the lands the Graith of Guardians has sworn to protect.

James Enge | The Wolf Age 
Their plans are laid; the challenges known; the risks accepted. But all schemes will shatter in the clash between two threats few had foreseen and none had fully understood: a monster from the north on a mission to poison the world, and a stranger from the south named Morlock Ambrosius.
James Enge | The Wide World's End
From beyond the northern edge of the world, the Sunkillers (undying enemies of everything that lives and breathes and is an individual) are reaching into the sky of Laent to drain out its light and warmth. Their hope is to scrape sky, land, and sea clean of mortal life and return to where they once dwelled, before the first rising of the sun. Against them stand only the Graith of Guardians, defenders of the peaceful anarchy of the Wardlands. But the agents of the Sunkillers are abroad even in the Wardlands: plotting, betraying, murdering among the Graith.

   

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Charles Coleman Finlay | The Prodigal Troll 
A tale of a human child raised by a band of mythological creatures that is both hysterical and moving.
Alan Dean Foster | Sagramanda 
Set in Sagramanda, city of 100 million, this is the story of Taneer, a scientist who has absconded with his multinational corporation's secret project code and who is now on the run from both the company and his father. This fast-paced and gripping techno-thriller, set in an India just around the corner from today, features a mulitude of colorful, intriguing characters, plus a man-eating tiger. 
Dave Freer | Cuttlefish 
The year is 1976, and the British Empire still spans the globe. Clara Calland is on the run. Hunted, along with her scientist mother, by Menshevik spies and Imperial soldiers, they flee Ireland for London. When the Imperial soldiery comes ravening, Clara and her mother are forced to flee aboard the Cuttlefish. Hunted like beasts, the submarine and her crew must undertake a desperate voyage across the world. Carried with them—a lost scientific secret that threatens the very heart of Imperial power.
David Freer | The Steam Mole
Tim Barnabas is a submariner from the Cuttlefish, a coal-fired submarine. Clara Calland is the daughter of a scientist who carries a secret formula that threatens British Imperial power. After a daring chase across the globe, they have brought the secret to Westralia. Here, much of Australia is simply too hot to be habitable by day. People are nocturnal, living underground and working outside at night.
   

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Clay & Susan Griffith | The Greyfriar 
The Greyfriar is the first book in a trilogy of high adventure and alternate history. Combining rousing pulp action with steampunk style,The Greyfriar brings epic political themes to life within a story of heartbreaking romance, sacrifice, and heroism.
Clay & Susan Griffith | The Rift Walker
Princess Adele struggles with a life of marriage and obligation as her Equatorian Empire and their American Republic allies stand on the brink of war against the vampire clans of the north. However, the alliance's horrific strategy for total victory drives Adele to abandon her duty and embark on a desperate quest to keep her nation from staining its hands with genocide. Reunited with her great love, the mysterious adventurer known to the world as the Greyfriar, Adele is pursued by her own people as well as her vengeful husband.
Clay and Susan Griffith | The Geomancer
The uneasy stalemate between vampires and humans is over. Adele and Gareth are bringing order to a free Britain, but bloody murders in London raise the specter that Adele’s geomancy is failing and the vampires might return.

Clay & Susan Griffith | The Kingmakers 
A war to the death. Empress Adele has launched a grand crusade against the vampire clans of the north. Prince Gareth, the vampire lord of Scotland, serves the Equatorian cause, fighting in the bloody trenches of France in his guise as the dashing Greyfriar. But the human armies are pinned down, battered by harsh weather and merciless attacks from vampire packs.

Mike and Rachel Grinti | Jala's Mask
For two hundred years the people of the Five-and-One Islands have survived by raiding the mainland. By shaping the reefs around their islands into magical ships, they can cross the great ocean, take what they want, and disappear where no normal ship can follow.
   

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Mandy Hager | The Crossing 
Maryam refused to play by the Rules, and now they're out to get her blood. . . The people of Onewere, a small island in the Pacific, know that they are special— chosen by the great Apostles of the Lamb to survive the deadly Tribulation that consumed the Earth. Now, from their Holy City in the rotting cruise ship Star of the Sea, the Apostles control the population—manipulating texts from the Holy Book to implant themselves as living gods.
Mandy Hager | Into the Wilderness
Book Two of the Blood of The Lamb Trilogy opens as Maryam, Ruth, and Joseph have fled Onewere, reluctantly taking Joseph's troublesome cousin, Lazarus, as well. They arrive at their destination, Marawa Island, filled with hope for rescue and reprieve.
Mandy Hager | Resurrection
When Maryam arrives back at Onewere and tries to loosen the Apostles' religious stranglehold by sharing the miraculous remedy for Te Matee lai, she finds herself captured once again - prey to the Apostles' deadly game.
Mark Hodder | Burton & Swinburne in the Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack 
London, 1861. Sir Richard Francis Burton—explorer, linguist, scholar, and swordsman; his reputation tarnished; his career in tatters; his former partner missing and probably dead. Algernon Charles Swinburne—unsuccessful poet and follower of de Sade; for whom pain is pleasure, and brandy is ruin! Their investigations lead them to one of the defining events of the age, and the terrifying possibility that the world they inhabit shouldn't exist at all!
Mark Hodder | Burton & Swinburne in the Curious Case of the Clockwork Man 
It is 1862, though not the 1862 it should be. Time has been altered, and Sir Richard Francis Burton, the king's agent, is one of the few people who know that the world is now careening along a very different course from that which Destiny intended. Burton and Swinburne's second adventure is filled with eccentric steam-driven technology, grotesque characters, and a deepening mystery that pushes forward the three-volume story arc begun in The Strange Affair of Spring Heeled Jack.

Mark Hodder | The Secret of Abdu El Yezdi
Burton & Swinburne return in a new series! The Beast is coming. History will be remade. Since the assassination of Queen Victoria in 1840, a cabal of prominent men-including King George V, HRH Prince Albert, Benjamin Disraeli, and Isambard Kingdom Brunel-has received guidance from the Afterlife. The spirit of a dead mystic, Abdu El Yezdi, has helped them to steer the empire into a period of unprecedented peace and creativity.

Mark Hodder | Expedition to the Mountains of the Moon 
It is 1863, but not the one it should be. Time has veered wildly off course, and now the first moves are being made that will lead to a devastating world war and the fall of the British Empire. The prime minister believes that by using black diamonds possessing unique properties he’ll be able to manipulate events and avoid the war. He already has two of the stones, but the third is hidden somewhere in the Mountains of the Moon, the fabled source of the Nile.
Mark Hodder | The Return of the Discontinued Man
SPRING HEELED JACK IS JUMPING BACK!
It's 9 p.m. on February 15, 1860, and Charles Babbage, the British Empire's most brilliant scientist, performs an experiment. Within moments, blood red snow falls from the sky and Spring Heeled Jack pops out of thin air in London's Leicester Square. Though utterly disoriented and apparently insane, the strange creature is intent on one thing: hunting Sir Richard Francis Burton!
Mark Hodder | The Rise of the Automated Aristocrats
The last survivors of the raid on the Barrow of Azharad have scattered to the four winds, each walking a separate path. For some, it is the path of noble service, as the households of great kings and warlords beckon, offering a chance to enter the fray of politics with the fate of nations on the line. For others, it is the path of secrets and magic, as the veil of the world parts to reveal the hidden truths that dwell in shadow and spirit.

Mark Hodder | A Red Sun Also Rises 
Atale of good and evil, where neither is what it seems! 
Aiden Fleischer, a bookish priest, finds himself transported to an alien world. With him is Miss Clarissa Stark, a crippled hunchback of exceptional ability, wronged by an aristocrat and cast out from society.

Erin Hoffman | Sword of Fire and Sea 
Three generations ago Captain Vidarian Rulorat's great-grandfather gave up an imperial commission to commit social catastrophe by marrying a fire priestess. For love, he unwittingly doomed his family to generations of a rare genetic disease that follows families who cross elemental boundaries. Now Vidarian, finds himself at the intersection not only of the world's most volatile elements, but of colliding universes, and the ancient and alien powers that lurk between them.
Erin Hoffman | Lance of Earth and Sky 
In the sequel to Sword of Fire and Sea, Vidarian Rulorat faces the consequences of opening the gate between worlds. Called into service by the desperate young emperor of Alorea, Vidarian must lead sky ships in a war against the neighboring southern empire, train the demoralized imperial Sky Knights to ride beasts that now shapeshift, master his own amplified elemental magic, and win back Ariadel—all without losing his mind.

Erin Hoffman | Shield of Sea and Space
Vidarian Rulorat, called the Tesseract, a powerful magic-user whose abilities spread across multiple elements, finds himself at war with the Alorean Import Company, a powerful cabal of merchants wealthy enough to buy nations. By opening the gate between worlds, Vidarian released the Starhunter, goddess of chaos.

   

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K. V. Johansen | Blackdog 
In a land where gods walk on the hills and goddesses rise from river, lake, and spring, the caravan-guard Holla-Sayan, escaping a bloodily-conquered lakeside town, stops to help an abandoned child and a dying dog. The girl, though, is the incarnation of Attalissa, goddess of Lissavakail, and the dog a shape-changing guardian spirit whose origins have been forgotten. Possessed and nearly driven mad by the Blackdog, he flees to the desert road, taking the powerless avatar with him. ...
K.V. Johansen |God of Nabban
The fugitive slave Ghu has ended the assassin Ahjvar’s century-long possession by a murderous and hungry ghost, but at great cost. Heir of the dying gods of Nabban, he is drawn back to the empire he fled as a boy, journeying east on the caravan road with Ahjvar at his side.
K. V. Johansen | The Lady
Possessed by a ghost who feeds on death, the undying assassin Ahjvar the Leopard has been captured by the Lady of Marakand, enslaved by necromancy to be captain of her Red Masks. His shield-bearer Ghu, a former slave with an uncanny ability to free the captive dead, follows Ahjvar into the war-torn lands of the Duina Catairna to release him, even if that means destroying what is left of Ahj’s tormented soul.
K. V. Johansen | The Leopard
Ahjvar, the assassin known as the Leopard, wants only to die, to end the curse that binds him to a life of horror. Although he has no reason to trust the goddess Catairanach or her messenger Deyandara, fugitive heir to a murdered tribal queen, desperation leads him to accept her bargain: if he kills the mad prophet known as the Voice of Marakand, Catairanach will free him of his curse.
Edited by Kij Johnson | Nebula Awards Showcase 2014
The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published annually since 1966, reprinting the winning and nominated stories in the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America® .
Theodore Judson | The Martian General's Daughter 
Set two thousand years from now, in a world very much like Imperial Rome, this is the story of General Peter Black, the last decent man, as told through the eyes of his devoted (and illegitimate) daughter, Justa. Judson expertly conveys the SF theme once noted by Robert Charles Wilson: "No human institution, good or bad, secular or religious, cultural or technological, is fore-ordained or guaranteed to last."
   

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James Patrick Kelly & John Kessel, Editors | Nebula Awards Showcase 2012 
The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published annually since 1966, reprinting the winning and nominated stories in the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America® . The editors selected by SFWA’s anthology committee (chaired by Mike Resnick) are John Kessel and James Patrick Kelly, both highly acclaimed not only for their own award-winning fiction but also as co-editors of three anthologies.
Jasper Kent | Twelve 
Russia, 1812. It began as a last stand against Napoleon's invading army. It would end as a fight against an enemy of mankind itself. Full of historical detail, thrilling action, and heart-stopping supernatural moments, Twelve is storytelling at its most original and exciting.
Jasper Kent | Thirteen Years Later 
It is 1825 and Russia once more stands on the brink of anarchy, and this time the threat comes from within....
Jasper Kent | The Third Section 
Russia 1855. After forty years of peace in Europe, war rages. In the Crimea, the city of Sevastopol is besieged. There Dmitry Alekseevich Danilov not only faces the guns of the combined armies of Britain and France but must also make a stand against creatures that his father had thought buried beneath the earth, thirty years before.
Kay Kenyon | Bright of the Sky
In a land-locked galaxy that tunnels through our own, the "Entire" is a bizarre and seductive mix of long-lived quasi-human and alien beings gathered under a sky of fire, called the bright. Into this rich milieu is thrust Titus Quinn, former star pilot. He will discover why a fearful multiverse destiny is converging on him and what he must sacrifice to oppose the coming storm. NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK.
Kay Kenyon | City without End
Reviewers have called Kay Kenyon's Entire "a grand world," "an enormous stage," and "a bravura concept." On this stage unfolds a mighty struggle for dominance between two universes. In the middle of it all is Titus Quinn, his estranged daughter in the fabled Rim City encircling the heart of the Entire, and the beautiful and resourceful Ji Anzi who—sent on a journey to other realms—holds the key to Quinn's heart and his overarching mission. NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK.
Kay Kenyon | Prince of Storms 
Finally in control of the Ascendancy, Titus Quinn has styled himself Regent of the Entire. But his command is fragile. He rules an empire with a technology beyond human understanding; spies lurk in the ancient Magisterium; the Tarig overlords are hamstrung but still malevolent. Worse, his daughter Sen Ni opposes him for control, believing the Earth and its Rose universe must die to sustain the failing Entire. NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK.
Kay Kenyon | A World Too Near 
Traversing the galactic distances of The Entire, former star pilot Titus Quinn discovers the secrets of its geography, its fragile storm walls, its eons-long history, and the factions that contend for dominance. One of these factions is led by his daughter, who though young and a slave, has at her command a transforming and revolutionary power. As Quinn wrestles with looming disaster, he learns that in the Entire, nothing is what it appears. NOW ALSO AVAILABLE IN PAPERBACK.
Rajan Khanna | Falling Sky
Ben Gold lives in dangerous times. Two generations ago, a virulent disease turned the population of most of North America into little more than beasts called Ferals. Some of those who survived took to the air, scratching out a living on airships and dirigibles soaring over the dangerous ground. 
Rajan Khanna | Rising Tide
Ben Gold has sacrificed his ship to prevent an attack on the hidden island city of Tamoanchan. He and Miranda, the scientist he loves, evade pirates and rescue some old scientist friends of Miranda’s. But when a strange new disease starts affecting people on the island, it seems there’s something sinister afoot. 
Richard A. Knaak | Black City Demon
Since he became the guardian of the Gate between our world and Feirie sixteen hundred years ago, Nick Medea, once Saint George, has battled to keep the darkest Feirie—the Wyld—from invading the mortal plane. With the dragon an unwilling part of him, Nick maintains balance between realms, often at great cost to him and those nearest to him.
Richard A. Knaak | Black City Saint
For more than sixteen hundred years, Nick Medea has followed and guarded the Gate that keeps the mortal realm and that of Feirie separate, seeking in vain absolution for the fatal errors he made when he slew the dragon. All that while, he has tried and failed to keep the woman he loves from dying over and over.
   

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M. D. Lachlan | Wolfsangel 
Wolfsangel begins a stunning multivolume fantasy epic that will take a werewolf from his beginnings as the heir to a brutal Viking king down through the ages. It is a journey that will see him hunt for his lost love through centuries and lives, and see the endless battle between the wolf, Odin, and Loki, the eternal trickster, spill over into countless bloody conflicts from our history and our lives.
M. D. Lachlan | Fenrir 
M. D. Lachlan's stunning epic of mad Gods, Vikings, and the myth of Fenrir, the wolf destined to kill Odin at Ragnarok, powers forward into new territories of bloody horror, unlikely heroism, dangerous religion, and breathtaking action.
Edited by Mercedes Lackey | Nebula Awards Showcase 2016
The Nebula Awards Showcase volumes have been published annually since 1966, reprinting the winning and nominated stories of the Nebula Awards, voted on by the members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America (SFWA). The editor, selected by SFWA’s anthology Committee (chaired by Mike Resnick), is American science fiction and fantasy writer Mercedes Lackey.
Tim Lebbon | Contagion
Two years after London is struck by a devastating terrorist attack, it is cut off from the rest of the world, protected by a large force of soldiers (known as Choppers) while the rest of Britain believe that their ex-capital is a toxic, uninhabited wasteland.

Tim Lebbon | London Eye
Two years after London is struck by a devastating terrorist attack, it is cut off from the world, protected by a military force known as Choppers. The rest of Britain believes that the city is now a toxic, uninhabited wasteland.
But Jack and his friends—some of whom lost family on what has become known as Doomsday—know that the reality is very different. At great risk, they have been gathering evidence about what is really happening in London—and it is incredible.

Tim Lebbon | Reaper's Legacy
Two years after London is struck by a devastating terrorist attack, it is cut off from the world, protected by a large force of soldiers (known as Choppers), while those in the rest of Britain believe that their ex-capital is now a toxic, uninhabited wasteland. Jack and his friends know that the truth is very different. The handful of survivors in London are developing strange, fantastic powers. Evolving. Meanwhile, the Choppers treat the ruined city as their own experimental playground.

J. F. Lewis | Grudgebearer
Kholster is the first born of the practically immortal Aern, a race created by the Eldrennai as warrior-slaves to defend them from the magic-resistant reptilian Zaur. Unable to break an oath without breaking their connection with each other, the Aern served the Eldrennai faithfully for thousands of years until the Sundering. Now, the Aern, Vael, and Eldrennai meet every hundred years for a Grand Conjunction to renew their tenuous peace. 
J. F. Lewis | Oathkeeper
Rae’en has taken her father’s place as First of the practically immortal Aern, a race created by the Eldrennai as warrior-slaves to defend them from the magic-resistant reptilian Zaur. Freed from all Oaths by Kholster’s death, Rae’en decides to wage war on the Eldrennai anyway out of rage and grief. 
Tom Lloyd | The Dusk Watchman 
The final reckoning has come. The future of the Land will be decided now, written in the blood of men. After his pyrrhic victory at Moorview, King Emin learns the truth about the child Ruhen. Powerless to act, he must mourn his friends and watch his enemy promise a new age of peace to the beleaguered peoples of the Land. While the remaining Menin troops seek revenge, daemons freely walk the Land, and Ruhen's power grows, a glimmer of hope remains.
Tom Lloyd | The God Tattoo
The history of the Land may remember the slaughter at Moorview or the horror of Scree's fall, but there were other casualties of the secret war against Azaer-more tales surrounding those bloody years that went unrecorded. In the shadow of memorials to the glorious dead, these ghosts lie quiet and forgotten by all but a few.
Tom Lloyd | The Ragged Man 
With Lord Isak dead and Isak's armies and tribe in disarray, King Emin takes initiative. The secret, savage war he has devoted his life to nears its terrible conclusion. Before the conquering eye of the Menin turns in his direction, Emin must take his chance and strike without mercy.
   

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Scott Mackay | Tides 
Tells the tale of two intelligent species on the same planet, at a time in their history when they first encounter each other. Paras and Ortok are the only continents on this world, the homes to these two different species, and are separated by thousands of miles of ocean.
Ken MacLeod | The Night Sessions 
A bishop is dead. As Detective Inspector Adam Ferguson picks through the rubble of the tiny church, he discovers that it was deliberately bombed. That it’s a terrorist act is soon beyond doubt. It’s been a long time since anyone saw anything like this. Terrorism is history. At first, suspicion falls on atheists more militant than the secular authorities. But when the target list expands to include the godless, it becomes evident that something very old has risen from the ashes. Old and very, very dangerous.
Ken MacLeod | The Restoration Game 
Combining international intrigue with cutting-edge philosophical speculation, romance with adventure, and online gaming with real-life consequence, The Restoration Game delivers as science fiction and as a sharp take on our present world from the viewpoint of a complex, engaging heroine who has to fight her way through a maze of political and family manipulation to take control of her own life.
George Mann | Ghosts of Manhattan 
In 1926, America is in a cold war with a sprawling British Empire and serial killings are occurring all over New York City. It's a time in need of The Ghost, the world's first Steampunk superhero.
George Mann | Ghosts of War 
In the sequel to Ghosts of Manhattan, New York City is being plagued by a pack of ferocious brass raptors. The Ghost has been tracking these bizarre machines and is close to finding their origin: a deranged military scientist who is slowly rebuilding himself as a machine. The Ghost is subjected to rooftop chases, a battle with a mechanized madman, and the constant threat of airborne predators, while the fate of the world hangs in the balance.
Ari Marmell | Covenant's End
A quarter of a million people die in the destruction of the moon Cresta. The League civil war is accelerating out of control, but projections indicate that as their technologically induced sociological dysfunction continues, all of humanity may face a similar fate. In the aftermath of Cresta’s destruction, Sandy Kresnov discovers the alien Talee operative Cai in Tanusha, there to learn just how far the technologically-induced insanity has gone. The Talee have seen this before, and they are terrified of anything threatening a recurrence.
Ari Marmell | False Covenant 
Davillon faces not only a new political upheaval, but a true supernatural threat to its citizenry. The local representatives of the Church are paralyzed by infighting and their own complicity. The Guardsmen are in over their heads. And then, there’s Widdershins. Along with her personal god Olgun, she may be the only real threat to the evil infesting Davillon.
Ari Marmell | The Goblin Corps 
King Dororam, enraged by the murder of his only child—and accompanied by that same group of delusional upstart "heroes" —is assembling all the Allied Kingdoms, fielding an army unlike any seen before. The armies of Kirol Syrreth muster to meet the attack. The Dark Lord isn't about to go down without a fight, particularly in battle against a mortal! No, the Charnel King still has a few tricks up his putrid and tattered sleeves. Welcome to the Goblin Corps. May the best man lose.

Ari Marmell | Lost Covenant
It's been six months since Widdershins and her own "personal god" Olgun fled the city of Davillon. During their travels, Widdershins unwittingly discovers that a noble house is preparing to move against the last surviving bastion of the Delacroix family. Determined to help the distant relatives of her deceased adopted father, Alexandre Delacroix, she travels to a small town at the edge of the nation.
Ari Marmell | In Thunder Forged
The Iron Kingdoms are at war—a war fought with machine guns and magic, knights of valor, and earth-shaking titans of steam and steel. And now that war may hinge entirely on nothing more than a sheaf of papers.
Ari Marmell | Thief's Covenant 
Once she had climbed to the ranks of the city ’s aristocracy in a rags-to-riches story straight from an ancient fairy tale. Today she is Widdershins, a thief making her way with a sharp blade, a sharper wit, and the mystical aid of Olgun, a foreign god. Widdershins and Olgun are going to find answers, and justice, for what happened to her—but only if those who almost destroyed her in those years gone by don’t finish the job first.
Andrew P. Mayer | The Falling Machine 
This steampunk novel takes place in a Victorian New York powered by the discovery of Fortified Steam, a substance that allows ordinary men to wield extraordinary abilities, and grants powers that can corrupt gentlemen of great moral strength. The secret behind this amazing substance is something that wicked brutes will gladly kill for and one that our protagonist, Sarah Stanton, must try and protect, no matter what the cost.
Andrew P. Mayer | Hearts of Smoke and Steam 
Sir Dennis Darby has been murdered, the Automaton has been destroyed, and Sarah Stanton has turned her back on a life of privilege and comfort to try and find her way in the unforgiving streets of New York. But Lord Eschaton, the villain behind all these events, isn't finished with her yet. His plans to bring his apocalyptic vision of the future to the world are moving forward, but to complete his scheme he needs the clockwork heart that Sarah still holds.

Andrew P. Mayer | Power Under Pressure
The Society of Paragons is gone—destroyed from within by traitors and enemies. With the death of The Industrialist and the rebirth of the Iron-Clad as a monstrous half-human creature known as "The Shell," Lord Eschaton now has almost everything he needs to cover the world in fortified smoke and rebuild it in his image—everything except for the mechanical heart of the Automaton.

Laurence MacNaughton | A Kiss Before Doomsday
When sorcerers disappear off the streets of Denver, the only person to notice a pattern is Dru, proprietor of The Crystal Connection and newly-minted sorceress. Monstrous creatures are attacking and dragging off anyone with magical powers. Signs point to forbidden necromancy in the hands of someone trying to fulfill the prophecy of the apocalypse scroll.

Laurence MacNaughton | It Happened One Doomsday
Magic is real. Only a handful of natural-born sorcerers can wield its arcane power against demons, foul creatures, and the forces of darkness. These protectors of the powerless are descendants of an elite order. The best magic-users in the world.

Paul McAuley | Cowboy Angels 
The first Turing gate, a mere hundred nanometers across, is forced open in 1963, at the high-energy physics laboratory in Brookhaven; three years later, the first man to travel to an alternate history takes his momentous step, and an empire is born.Cowboy Angels is a vivid, helter-skelter thriller in which one version of America discovers the true cost of empire building, and one man discovers that an individual really can make a difference.
Paul McAuley | Gardens of the Sun 
The Quiet War is over and the city-states of the moons of Jupiter and Saturn have fallen to the Three Powers Alliance. After a conflict fought to contain the ambitions of the Outers, it's clear no one can escape the consequences of war—especially the victors.
Paul McAuley | The Quiet War 
Twenty-third century Earth, ravaged by climate change, looks backwards to the holy ideal of a pre-industrial Eden. Political power has been grabbed by a few powerful families and their green saints. Millions of people are imprisoned in teeming cities; millions more labour on Pharaonic projects to rebuild ruined ecosystems...
K. D. McEntire | Lightbringer 
Lightbringer is a YA urban fantasy/romance set in a world a breath away from our own. Similar in tone to Tithe and Unleashed,Lightbringer tiptoes down the line between love and horror as Wendy discovers herself and the darkest parts of the afterlife. K. D. McEntire is an exciting new voice in paranormal romance!

K. D. McEntire | Reaper 
Reaper is set in a world a breath away from our own. After the death of her mother, Wendy is attempting to fill her mother's shoes and discovering that the prospect is far more difficult than she ever imagined.

K. D. McEntire | Never
The Never is on the brink of destruction by the Lady Walker. Wendy, shorn of her Light by the Reapers, must be the one to save it from the beasts between the worlds. Now no more powerful than an average spirit, Wendy reluctantly strikes a balance between Elise, the new Reaper matriarch, and Jane, a Reaper gone rogue.

John Meaney | Paradox
In a crowded marketplace a mysterious, beautiful woman is brutally killed by a militia squad. Amongst the horrified onlookers is young Tom Corcorigan. Only the previous day she had presented him with a seemingly insignificant info-crystal. He doesn't know it yet, but he has been given a destiny to fulfill—nothing less than the rewriting of his future, and that of his world.
John Meaney | Context 
Sequel to the acclaimed Paradox and the second book in the Nulapeiron Sequence, Context is a thrilling, daring, and complex novel that confirms John Meaney as one of British science fiction's most original and exciting practitioners.
John Meaney | Resolution
 The war against The Blight is over, and the subterranean realms of Nulapeiron have a chance for peace. But Tom Corcorigan, revolutionary and war hero, knows that a greater force threatens his world: the planet-consuming Anomaly, an evil far more powerful than its offspring Blight. The Nulapeiron Sequence concludes in a triumphant climax, revealing the devastating secret of the Oracles' creation.
John Meaney | To Hold Infinity 
Devastated by her husband's death, Earth-based biologist Yoshiko Sunadomari journeys to the paradise world of Fulgar to see her estranged son, Tetsuo, in the hope of bridging the gulf between them. But when Yoshiko arrives on Fulgar, she discovers that Tetsuo is gone ... and wanted for murder. Yoshiko then embarks on a course of action that will bring her face to face with the awesome, malevolent mind of Rafael, a member of Fulgar's ruling elite.
Michael Moorcock | The Metatemporal Detective
Collected for the first time, eleven tales of Sir Seaton Begg vs. Count Zodiac, including the never before seen "The Flaneur of the Arcades d'Opera." These fast-paced mysteries pay homage to Moorcock's many literary enthusiasms for authors as diverse as Clarence E. Mulford, Dashiell Hammett, Georges Simenon, and his boyhood hero, Sexton Blake.
Michael Moorcock & Storm Constantine | Silverheart 
A novel set in the very heart of Michael Moorcock's multiverse, in Karadur, city of metal, steam, and ancient families, the mighty clans of the metal. In six days, Max Silverskin, thief and trickster, must discover the secrets of his heritage or die from the witch mark —the silverheart —which will devour his heart.
   

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Michael Alan Nelson | Hexed
Luci Jenifer Inacio das Neves, Lucifer for short, isn't your typical teenaged girl. She's a thief who survives by stealing bad things from bad people in the magical and mystical underworld hidden beneath our own. So when a policeman's daughter, Gina, is kidnapped by a force he can't explain, Lucifer is the only one who has a chance at getting his daughter back. 
   

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Pierre Pevel | The Alchemist in the Shadows 
Paris, 1633: Cardinal Richelieu is on his guard. France is under threat, and a secret society is conspiring against him from the heart of the greatest courts in Europe. To counter the threat, Richelieu has put his most trusted men into play: the Cardinal's Blades, led by Captain la Fargue. When la Fargue hears from "La Donna," a beautiful spy claiming to have valuable information, he has to listen. She says the enemy is an exceptionally dangerous adversary: the Alchemist in the shadows.
Pierre Pevel | The Cardinal's Blades 
Welcome to seventeenth-century Paris, where intrigue, duels, and spies are rife and Cardinal Richelieu's men may be prevailed upon to risk life and limb in the name of France at a moment's notice. And with war on the horizon, the defense of the nation has never been more pressing. It's death or victory. And the victory has never been less certain.
M. C. Planck | Gold Throne in Shadow
The continuing adventures of Christopher Sinclair, mechanical engineer turned priest of war.
Christopher, raised from the dead and promoted to a moderate rank, takes command of the army regiment he trained and equipped. Sent south to an allegedly easy posting, he finds himself in the way of several thousand rabid dog-men.
M. C. Planck | Judgment at Verdant Court
Our hero faces evil on two fronts: a friend turned murderer by the power of magic, and an entire nation of murderous wolf-men. One he has to save from the vengeful clutches of the Druids, and the other from the mercenary greed of the king. But the true enemy is despair: the shame of a man who has done terrible things, and the madness of a man who is doing terrible violence. Can Christopher pick a path through broken and bloody bodies that still leaves room for goodness?
M. C. Planck | Sword of the Bright Lady
Christopher Sinclair goes out for a walk on a mild Arizona evening and never comes back. He stumbles into a freezing winter under an impossible night sky, where magic is real-but bought at a terrible price. 
   

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Mike Resnick | The Buntline Special
Welcome to a West like you've never seen before, where electric lights shine down on the streets of Tombstone, while horseless stagecoaches carry passengers to and fro, and where death is no obstacle to The Thing That Was Once Johnny Ringo. Think you know the story of the O.K. Corral? Think again, as five-time Hugo winner Mike Resnick takes on his first steampunk western tale, and the West will never be the same.

Mike Resnick | The Castle in Cassiopeia
 A crisis has arisen. In the first book of the series, THE FORTRESS IN ORION, Pretorius and his Dead Enders kidnapped the real General Michkag and substituted a clone who had been raised and trained in the Democracy. But now they find that the clone likes being the most powerful man in the hundred-world Traanskei Coalititon - and having been raised on Earth, he knows how humans think and react.

Mike Resnick | The Doctor and the Kid 
In this steampunk sequel to The Buntline Special, Mike Resnick continues his weird tale of the Wild West. Doc Holiday, Billy the Kid, Geronimo, Thomas Edison, and other familiar historical figures interact in an imaginative retelling of the Old West that is fascinating, unpredictable, and highly entertaining.
Mike Resnick | The Doctor and the Dinosaurs: A Weird West Tale
The time is April, 1885. Doc Holliday lies in bed in a sanitarium in Leadville, Colorado, expecting never to leave his room again. But the medicine man and great chief Geronimo needs him for one last adventure. Renegade Comanche medicine men object to the newly-signed treaty with Theodore Roosevelt.
Mike Resnick |The Fortress in Orion
The Democracy is at war with the alien Traanskei Coalition. War hero Colonel Nathan Pretorius has a record of success on dangerous behind-enemy-lines missions, missions that usually leave him in the hospital. Now he’s recruited for a near-impossible assignment that may well leave him dead.

Mike Resnick | The Doctor and the Rough Rider
It's August 19, 1884. The consumptive Doc Holliday is preparing to await his end in a sanitarium in Leadville, Colorado, when the medicine man Geronimo enlists him on a mission. The time the great chief has predicted has come, the one white man he's willing to treat with has crossed the Mississippi and is heading to Tombstone—a young man named Theodore Roosevelt. The various tribes know that Geronimo is willing to end the spell that has kept the United States from expanding west of the Mississippi.

Mike Resnick | Ivory 
In the year 6303, when most earthlings have left for the stars, Duncan Rojas begins a search for the tusks of the Kilimanjaro Elephant, which have been lost for 3,000 years. Back and forth through time, in card games, wars, and rivalries, Rojas searches. With Ivory, Mike Resnick has created a powerful novel spanning worlds and centuries, an exploration of the nature of history and legend, and a riveting parable for our times.
Mike Resnick | New Dreams for Old 
A fabulous collection of science fiction and fantasy stories by Mike Resnick, showing the depth and range that has not only made him a popular seller, but also placed him fourth (and climbing) on the all-time award list of all science fiction writers living and dead (as compiled byLocus).
Mike Resnick | The Prison in Antares
The Traanskei Coalition’s greatest weapon is the Q bomb, and after years of failure, the Democracy has come up with a defense against it. The problem is that they killed most of the team that created it. The sole survivor, Edgar Nmumba, was kidnapped by the Coalition.
Mike Resnick | Stalking the Dragon 
It's Valentine's Day and private detective John Justin Mallory is planning on closing up the office early. But before he can turn off the lights and lock the door, a panic-stricken Buffalo Bill Brody visits. It seems that the Eastminster pet show is being held the next day, and his dragon, Fluffy, the heavy favorite, has been kidnapped.
Mike Resnick | Stalking the Unicorn 
Join detective John Justin Mallory on a New Year's night of wild adventure in a fantasy Manhattan of leprechauns, gnomes, and Harpies as he matches wits with the all-powerful demon "The Grundy" in a race to find the missing unicorn before time runs out!
Mike Resnick | Stalking the Vampire
On Halloween night, when ghosts and goblins are out celebrating in a fantasy Manhattan, detective John Justin Mallory must stalk the vampire who has threatened his assistant, Winnifred Carruthers, and killed her nephew. Locked in an intriguing battle of wits with a millennia-old vampire, Mallory has until dawn if he is to save his trusted partner.
Mike Resnick | Starship: Mutiny 
The starship Theodore Roosevelt is fighting on the far outskirts of a galactic war, its crew made up of retreads and raw recruits. A new first officer reports, Wilson Cole, a man with a reputation for exceeding his orders but getting results ...
Mike Resnick | Starship: Pirate 
Captain Wilson Cole, commander of the starship Theodore Roosevelt,has become a political scapegoat, despite years of dedicated military service. Seeking to find a new life for himself and his crew, Cole and comrades remake the Teddy R. into a pirate ship and set sail for the lawless Inner Frontier. Here, powerful warlords, cut-throat pirates, and struggling colonies compete for survival in a game where you rarely get a second chance to learn the rules.
Mike Resnick | Starship: Mercenary 
The date is 1968 of the Galactic Era, almost 3,000 years from now. The Republic is in the midst of an all-out war with the Teroni Federation. Captain Wilson Cole has transformed his starship, theTheodore Roosevelt, into a mercenary ship. But the life of a mercenary is not always predictable, and eventually circumstance pits Cole and the Teddy R. against his right-hand woman, the former Pirate Queen known as the Valkyrie. Soon the fragile trust that has grown between these two legends is put to the test.
Mike Resnick | Starship: Rebel 
Almost a year has passed since the events of Starship: Mercenary.Captain Wilson Cole now commands a fleet of almost fifty ships, and he has become the single greatest military force on the Inner Frontier. Then an incident occurs that changes everything, and Cole declares war on the Republic. It's a hopeless cause...but that's just what Wilson Cole and the Teddy R. are best at.
Mike Resnick | Starship: Flagship
The date is 1970 of the Galactic Era, almost three thousand years from now, and the Republic, created by the human race but not yet dominated by it, finds itself in an all-out war against the Teroni Federation, an alliance of races that resent Man's growing military and economic power. The rebel starship, the Theodore Roosevelt, under the command of Wilson Cole, is preparing to lead Cole's ragtag armada into the Republic, even though he is outnumbered thousands to one.
Chris Roberson | End of the Century Three people. Three eras. One city. Endless possibilities. End of the Century is a novel of the distant past, the unimaginable future, and the search for the Holy Grail. Set in the city of London, the narrative is interlaced between three ages, in which a disparate group of heroes, criminals, runaways, and lunatics are drawn into the greatest quest of all time. And lurking behind it all is the entity known only as Omega.
Chris Roberson | Here, There & Everywhere 
When Roxanne Bonaventure is eleven years old, a dying woman gives her a gift that changes her life utterly. With the strange device called the "Sofia," she is granted the ability to travel anywhere in space and time, not only through times that were and will be, but also through the worlds that could have been and might someday be.
Chris Roberson | Paragaea 
After take-off, Soviet cosmonaut Akilina "Leena" Chirikov finds herself thrown into another dimension, a world of strange science and ancient mystery. There she meets another time-lost person from Earth, Lieutenant Hieronymus Bonaventure of the Royal Navy—who left home to fight the forces of Napoleon and never returned—and Balam, outlaw prince of the jaguar men. They agree to help Chirikov find a way home.
Adam Roberts | Gradisil
Gradisil is an epic space opera of family revenge and the birth of a nation - a new nation that floats above the earth. Here a new breed of adventurer has slipped the bonds of gravity and begun a fresh life in orbit, free from interference by government and the petty concerns of earth. But tradition, fear, and revenge carry a murderous weight, a gravity that is not so easy to escape.
Justina Robson | Chasing the Dragon
Ever since the Quantum Bomb of 2015 things have been different; the dimensions have fused and suddenly our world is accessible to elves, demons, ghosts, and elementals—and their worlds are open to us. Things have been different for Special Agent Lila Black too. Chasing the Dragon is bright, fast-moving, and accessible SF that mixes in fantasy and a cool cult-lit sensibility to create a series that will appeal to all fans of Laurrell K. Hamilton and Peter Hamilton alike.
Justina Robson | Down to the Bone
Lila Black faces her greatest challenge yet as she takes herself, her dead lover, and the AI in her head into death's realm. Now she is a shape-shifting machine plugged into the Signal—the total dataset of all events in the known universe and all potential events. Heroic destinies unravel as greater powers reveal themselves the true masters of the game.
Justina Robson | Going Under
Lila Black is off with the faeries. Ever since the Quantum Bomb of 2015 things have been different; the dimensions have fused and suddenly our world is accessible to elves, demons, ghosts and elementals—and their worlds are open to us. Justina Robson's new series combines her trademark themes of identity and reality, magic and technology, break-neck plots, a mischievous sense of fun, and a seriously sexy new heroine.
Justina Robson | Selling Out 
Justina Robson's new series is a joyful melding of science fiction and fantasy brought together in the figure of the dangerously lovely Lila Black, a 21-year-old secret agent who's had much of her body replaced with weapon-and-armor-heavy intelligent metal and who isn't sure where her mind ends and her installed AI begins.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch | Boneyards 
When multiple Hugo Award winner Kristine Kathryn Rusch decided to put her stamp on classic space opera, readers wanted more. Now Rusch's popular character Boss returns in a whole new adventure, one that takes her far outside her comfort zone, to a sector of space she's never seen before.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch | City of Ruins 
Boss, a loner, loves to dive into derelict spacecraft adrift in the blackness of space. Following a hunch, Boss and her team come to investigate the city of Vaycehn, where fourteen archeologists have died exploring the endless caves below the city. Mysterious "death holes" explode into the city itself for no apparent reason, and Boss believes Stealth Tech is involved. Eventually, she uncovers something so important that it will change her life—and the universe—forever.
Kristine Kathryn Rusch | Diving into the Wreck 
Boss loves to dive historical ships, derelict spacecraft found adrift in the blackness between the stars. Then one day, Boss finds the claim of a lifetime: an enormous spacecraft, incredibly old, and apparently Earth-made. It's impossible for something so old, built in the days before Faster Than Light travel, to have journeyed this far from Earth. What Boss finds could rewrite history, cost lives, and start an intergalactic war.
   

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Joel Shepherd | 23 Years on Fire
Commander Cassandra Kresnov has her hands full. She must lead an assault against the Federation world of Pyeongwha, where a terrible sociological phenomenon has unleashed hell against the civilian population. Then she faces the threat from a portion of League space known as New Torah, in which a ruthless regime of surviving corporations are building new synthetic soldiers but taking the technology in alarming directions.
Joel Shepherd | Crossover 
The first novel in a series that follows the adventures of Cassandra Kresnov, an android created by the League, one side of an interstellar war against the more powerful, conservative Federation. The product of an experimental design and dangerously intelligent, Cassandra raises probing questions and experiences moral awakening. Soon she has deserted the League in search of a new life in the territory of the Federation. 
Joel Shepherd | Breakaway
Cassandra Kresnov is a highly advanced hunter-killer android. She has escaped the League and fled to Callay, a member of the Federation.Breakaway is a great story with a cracking plot and strong characters. At its heart is the enigma of Cassandra: Is she more human than human, or is she totally untrustworthy? 
Joel Shepherd | Killswitch
Two years after the unhatching of Callayan President Neiland's plot to make the capital city of Tanusha the center of the Federation, Callay is under siege. So begins the third installment of this gripping trilogy from an exciting new sci-fi author. When Cassandra's lover, Special Agent Ari Ruben, discovers a plot to kill her using a killswitch, which her old masters in the League built into her brainstem, Sandy is forced to go underground to stay alive. 
Joel Shepherd | Operation Shield
In 23 Years on Fire, Cassandra discovered that the technology that created her has been misused in her former home and now threatens all humanity with catastrophe. Returning home to Callay, she finds that Federation member worlds, exhausted by the previous thirty-year-war against the League, are unwilling to risk the confrontation that a solution may require.
Joel Shepherd | Originator
The Democracy is at war with the alien Traanskei Coalition. War hero Colonel Nathan Pretorius has a record of success on dangerous behind-enemy-lines missions, missions that usually leave him in the hospital. Now he’s recruited for a near-impossible assignment that may well leave him dead.
Robert Silverberg | Son of Man 
Clay is a man from the 20th Century who is somehow caught up in a time-flux and transported into a distant future. The earth and the life on it have changed beyond recognition. Even the human race has evolved into many different forms, now coexisting on the planet. Clay goes on a journey which takes him around the future earth and into the depths of his own soul. He is human, but what does that mean?
Robert Silverberg | Star of Gypsies 
Yakoub, King of the Rom, must journey across the cosmos and fight to regain his throne. Only then can he fulfill his dream — to return his people to their ancestral home of Romany Star.
Mark Smylie | The Barrow
When a small crew of scoundrels, would-be heroes, deviants, and ruffians discover a map that they believe will lead them to a fabled sword buried in the barrow of a long-dead wizard, they think they've struck it rich. But their hopes are dashed when the map turns out to be cursed and then is destroyed in a magical ritual.
Mark Smylie | Black Heart
The last survivors of the raid on the Barrow of Azharad have scattered to the four winds, each walking a separate path. For some, it is the path of noble service, as the households of great kings and warlords beckon, offering a chance to enter the fray of politics with the fate of nations on the line. For others, it is the path of secrets and magic, as the veil of the world parts to reveal the hidden truths that dwell in shadow and spirit.
Jon Sprunk | Blood and Iron
It starts with a shipwreck following a magical storm at sea. Horace, a soldier from the west, had joined the Great Crusade against the heathens of Akeshia after the deaths of his wife and son from plague. When he washes ashore, he finds himself at the mercy of the very people he was sent to kill, who speak a language and have a culture and customs he doesn’t even begin to understand.
Jon Sprunk | Shadow's Son 
Caim makes his living on the edge of a blade, but when a routine job goes south, he is thrust into the middle of an insidious plot. Pitted against crooked lawmen, rival killers, and sorcery from the Other Side, his only allies are Josephine, the socialite daughter of his last victim, and Kit, a guardian spirit no one else can see. To unmask a conspiracy at the heart of the empire, he must claim his birthright as the Shadow's Son....
Jon Sprunk | Shadow's Lure 
Searching for the truth behind the murder and disappearance of his parents, Caim discovers a land in thrall to the Shadow. But there are some things a son of the Shadow cannot ignore, and some fights from which he can't run. In this battle, all of Caim's strength and skill won't be enough. For none can resist the Shadow's Lure.
Jon Sprunk | Shadow's Master 
The northern wastes. . . . A land of death and shadow where only the strongest survive. Yet that is where Caim must go to follow the mystery at the heart of his life. To succeed on this mission, Caim will have to more than just survive. He must face the Shadow’s Master.
Jon Sprunk | Storm and Steel
The Magician. Horace has destroyed the Temple of the Sun, but now he finds his slave chains have been replaced by bonds of honor, duty, and love. Caught between two women and two cultures, he must contend with deadly forces from the unseen world.

Allen Steele | Apollo's Outcasts 
Jamey Barlowe has been crippled since childhood, the result of
being born on the Moon. He lives his life in a wheelchair, only truly free when he is in the water. But then Jamey's father sends him, along with five other kids, back to the Moon to escape a political coup d'etat that has occurred overnight in the United States. Moreover, one of the other five refugees is more than she appears.

Matthew Sturges | Midwinter 
Winter comes to the land only once in a hundred years. But the snow covers ancient secrets: secrets that could topple a kingdom. Mauritaine was a war hero. Then he was accused of treason and sentenced to life without parole at Crere Sulace, a dark and ancient prison in the mountains, far from the City Emerald. But now the Seelie Queen – Regina Titania herself – has offered him one last chance to redeem himself, an opportunity to regain his freedom and his honor.
Matthew Sturges | The Office of Shadow 
Midwinter has been replaced by a Cold War in the world of Faerie, and this new kind of war requires a new kind of warrior. Queen Titania reconstitutes a secret division of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, dubbed the "Office of Shadow," imbuing it with powers and discretion once considered unthinkable.
   

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Adrian Tchaikovsky | Blood of the Mantis:
Driven by the ghosts of the Darakyon, Achaeos has tracked the stolen Shadow Box to the marsh-town of Jerez, but he has only days before the magical box is lost to him forever. If it falls into the hands of the Wasp Emperor, however, then no amount of fighting will suffice to save the world from his relentless ambition.
Adrian Tchaikovsky | Dragonfly Falling
Two young companions arrive at Tark to spy on the menacing Wasp army, but are mistakenly apprehended as enemy agents. By the time they are freed, the city is under siege. In a colorful drama involving mass warfare and personal combat, a small group of heroes must stand up against what seems like an unstoppable force.
Adrian Tchaikovsky|Empire in Black & Gold
The Wasp Empire has been devouring city after city with its highly trained armies, its machines, it killing Art, and now its hunger for conquest and war has become insatiable. Only the ageing Stenwold Maker, spymaster, artificer and statesman, can see that the long days of peace are over.
Adrian Tchaikovsky | Salute the Dark
The vampiric sorcerer Uctebri has at last got his hands on the Shadow Box and can finally begin his dark ritual—a ritual that the Wasp-kinden Emperor believes will grant him immortality—but Uctebri has his own plans for both the Emperor and the Empire.
Adrian Tchaikovsky | Scarab Path
The war with the Wasp Empire has ended in a bitter stalemate, and Collegium has nothing to show for it but wounded veterans. The Empress Seda is regaining control over those imperial cities that refused to bow the knee to her, but she draws her power from something more sinister than mere armies and war machines. Only her consort, the former spymaster Thalric, knows the truth. ...
   

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David Walton | Superposition
Jacob Kelley's family is turned upside down when an old friend turns up, waving a gun and babbling about an alien quantum intelligence. The mystery deepens when the friend is found dead in an underground bunker…apparently murdered the night he appeared at Jacob's house. Jacob is arrested for the murder and put on trial. 
David Walton | Supersymmetry
Ryan Oronzi is a paranoid, neurotic, and brilliant physicist who has developed a quantum military technology that could make soldiers nearly invincible in the field. The technology, however, gives power to the quantum creature known as the varcolac, which slowly begins to manipulate Dr. Oronzi and take over his mind. Oronzi eventually becomes the unwilling pawn of the varcolac in its bid to control the world.
Sean Williams | The Blood Debt 
In a remote city on the edge of two worlds, where blood has power and water is more precious than freedom, three far-flung friends unite on a quest to save their families. Desert landscapes and dirigibles feature in a fast-paced fantasy that combines romance, adventure, and humor with an original take on magic.
Sean Williams | The Crooked Letter 
From opposite sides of death, mirror twins Seth and Hadrian Castillo grapple with a reality neither of them suspected, although it has been encoded in myths and legends for millennia. The Books of the Cataclysm begin in the present world but soon propel the reader to a landscape that is simultaneously familiar and fantastic.
Sean Williams | Devoured Earth
In a glacial lake at the top of the world, salvation and destruction await. Haunted by a ghost from the future, Shilly and her man'kin allies are drawn into the snowbound mountains on a mission to save the world. Yod, trapped by the Castillo twins in the Void Benath, may finally be breaking free.
Sean Williams | The Hanging Mountains 
In this third installment of Williams's Books of the Cataclysm, Sal and his companions seek the source of the flood in the legendary Hanging Mountains, hoping to head off a crisis that was put in motion a thousand years ago. They uncover uncomfortable truths about the world and how it relates to the one that came before — our world.
Sean Williams | The Resurrected Man 
Jonah McEwen is wanted for murder. Someone has been killing women who resemble his former colleague and lover. He is the obvious suspect. The problem? He has been in a coma for three years.
Chris Willrich | The Chart of Tomorrows
The poet Persimmon Gaunt and the thief Imago Bone had sought only to retire from adventuring and start a family, but they never reckoned on their baby becoming the chosen vessel of the mystical energies of a distant Eastern land. With their son Innocence hunted by various factions hoping to use him as a tool, they kept him safe at the cost of trapping him in a pocket dimension of accelerated time.
Chris Willrich | The Scroll of Years
Persimmon Gaunt and Imago Bone are a romantic couple and partners in crime. Persimmon is a poet from a well-to-do family, who found herself looking for adventure, while Imago is a thief in his ninth decade who is double-cursed, and his body has not aged in nearly seventy years. Together, their services and wanderlust have taken them into places better left unseen, and against odds best not spoken about.
Chris Willrich | The Silk Map
At the end of The Scroll of Years, the poet Persimmon Gaunt and her husband, the thief Imago Bone, had saved their child from evil forces at the price of trapping him within a pocket dimension. Now they will attempt what seems impossible; they will seek a way to recover their son.
   

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George Zebrowski | Macrolife 
Inspired by the possibilities of space settlements, projections of biology and cosmology, and basic human longings, Macrolife is a visionary speculation on the long-term future of human and natural history. Filled with haunting images and memorable characters, this is a vivid and brilliant work.
 

 

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