Science Fiction - High Tech

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Broken Angels

Richard K. Morgan

After his harrowing jaunt as a private detective in ALTERED CARBON, Takeshi Kovacs returns to his original career as a soldier, this time leading a team of corporate mercenaries. In the middle of a planetary war, Kovacs is convinced t...

Published: Mar 2004

Halting State

Charles Stross

Now in paperback—from the author of Saturn's Children.In the year 2018, a daring bank robbery has taken place at Hayek Associates. The suspects are a band of marauding orcs, with a dragon in tow for fire support, and the bank is loc...

Published: Jul 2008

A Little Fate

Nora Roberts

The three romance novellas in this collection by bestselling writer Nora Roberts all have fantasy settings and characters, and were previously published separately in various volumes in the Once Upon romance fantasy anthology series. ...

Published: Jun 2004

By Blood Alone

William C. Dietz

In a Legion gone lax, Colonel Bill Booly steps on important toes and is quickly assigned to the worst post in the galaxy. Fort Mosby, Earth is home of the 13th Half-Brigade, a collection of Legion rogues and rejects. Booly and his tro...

Published: Jul 1999

Castaway Planet (Boundary)

Eric Flint

NEW ENTRY IN THE NATIONALLY BEST-SELLING BOUNDARY SERIES. Stranded humans must adapt alien technology to survive on a dangerous planet.Lost in the dark, half a year into their journey to the colony world of Tantalus, Sakura Kimei, he...

Published: Jan 2016

Unreconciled (Donovan)

W. Michael Gear

Now in paperback, the fourth book in the thrilling Donovan sci-fi series returns to a treacherous alien planet where corporate threats and dangerous creatures imperil the lives of the colonists. Where does one put a messianic cult ...

Published: Apr 2021

The Voyage of the Star Wolf

David Gerrold

The first work in David Gerrold's Star Wolf trilogy, this tale pits the human members of the Star Wolf space vessel against the superhuman Morthan crew. Captain Jonathan Korie, hampered by the loss of most of the human fleet to the Mo...

Published: Sep 2003

Survival: A Novel (Star Quest Trilogy...

Ben Bova

A new chapter in Hugo Award-winning author Ben Bova's hard science fiction Star Quest series unfolds in Survival. A human team sent to scout a few hundred lightyears in front of the death wave encounters a civilization far more advanc...

Published: Jan 2019

Pushing Ice

Alastair Reynolds

Pushing Ice is the brilliant tale of extraordinary aliens, glittering technologies, and sweeping space opera from award-winning science fiction author Alastair Reynolds. 2057. Humanity has raised exploiting the solar system to an art...

Published: Sep 2020

The Children of the Sky

Vernor Vinge

After nearly twenty years, Vernor Vinge has produced an enthralling sequel to his memorable bestselling novel A Fire Upon the Deep.Ten years have passed on Tines World, where Ravna Bergnsdot and a number of human children ended up aft...

Published: Apr 2012

The Neutronium Alchemist (The Night's...

Peter F. Hamilton

The ancient menace has finally escaped from Lalonde, shattering the Confederation's peaceful existence. Those who succumbed to it have acquired godlike powers, but now follow a far from divine gospel as they advance inexorably from wo...

Published: Dec 2008

Mission to Methone

Les Johnson

ORIGINAL SF TRADE PAPERBACK. Humanity is not alone in the universe. Across the galaxy, a war rages between advanced alien races. And its about to be brought to our doorstep.The year is 2065 and an accidental encounter in space leads t...

Published: Feb 2018

Return to Camerein

Rick Shelley

A small group of humans, marooned on the resort world of Camerein since the outbreak of war seven years earlier, fears their exile--and their safety--has come to an end when the largest battle yet breaks out during truce talks. Reissu...

Published: Jan 1998

Altered Carbon

Richard K. Morgan

In the twenty-fifth century, humankind has spread throughout the galaxy, monitored by the watchful eye of the U.N. While divisions in race, religion, and class still exist, advances in technology have redefined life itself. Now, assum...

Published: Mar 2003

Mutineer's Moon (Dahak Series)

David Weber

Prince Roger MacClintock was heading for a ceremonial appearance on a boring planet when his ship crashed, stranding him and his guardian Royal Marines on a jungle planet held by enemy forces. To survive, they must trek across most of...

Published: Mar 1992

The Reality Dysfunction (The Night's ...

Peter F. Hamilton

Space is not the only void...In AD 2600 the human race is finally beginning to realize its full potential. Hundreds of colonized planets scattered across the galaxy host a multitude of prosperous and wildly diverse cultures. Genetic...

Published: Oct 2008


Jack McDevitt

Thousands of years after the unsolved disappearance of an entire colony, antiquities dealer Alex Benedict stumbles upon a cup that appears to be from the Seeker, one of the colony's original ships, and, while attempting to estable the...

Published: Nov 2006


Stephen Baxter

In this massive epic (more than 700 pages long), Stephen Baxter traces the entire history of primate evolution from their first appearance in the age of dinosaurs through the explosion of the Sun and the end of life on planet Earth. A...

Published: Feb 2004

Against the Tide of Years

S. M. Stirling

In the years since their arrival, the fledging Republic of Nantucket has striven to better the primitive world in which they now exist. Their prime concerns are establishing a constitution and handling the waves of immigrants from the...

Published: May 1999


Elizabeth Bear

On a broken ship orbiting a doomed sun, dwellers have grown complacent with their aging metal world. But when a serving girl frees a captive noblewoman, the old order is about to change....Ariane, Princess of the House of Rule, was kn...

Published: Dec 2007

The Red: First Light

Linda Nagata

Reality TV and advanced technology make for high drama in this political thriller that combines the military action of Zero Dark Thirty with the classic science fiction of The Forever War.Lieutenant James Shelley, who has an uncanny k...

Published: Jun 2015


Allen Steele

A hard science fiction novel from multiple Hugo Award–winner Allen SteeleBest 19 Science Fiction Books of 2016Allen Steele, creator of the Coyote series of books, has written a triumphant science fiction novel hailed as triumphantly...

Published: Feb 2017

The Rhesus Chart (A Laundry Files Nov...

Charles Stross

The Hugo Award-winning author of Neptune's Brood returns to reveal the secrets of The Laundry Files in an adventure of Lovecraftian horror and espionage hi-jinks...As a newly appointed junior manager within the Laundry—the clandesti...

Published: Jun 2015

A Place So Foreign and Eight More

Cory Doctorow

A collection of exciting new stories from one of the young guns of modern science fiction encompasses a wide range of topics from pop culture to utopian future visions, nerd pride, and trash, in such works as "Craphound," &q...

Published: Oct 2003

The Unlikely Ones

Mary Brown

Thing is a young girl who hides beneath a mask. Her companions include a crow, a toad, a goldfish, and a kitten, each in some way handicapped. Never has there been a more unlikely band of unheroic heroes. Yet each needs the other to d...

Published: Dec 1999


Robert Charles Wilson

From a distance, Isis seems to be a planet with many Earthlike qualities, but when traveling to it becomes possible, the planet turns out to be extremely toxic to humans. As Earth's own resources dwindle, a researcher is genetically e...

Published: Nov 2000

The Great War: American Front

Harry Turtledove

Harry Turtledove's second multivolume saga of 20th-century 'alternative history,' How Few Remain, takes place in a world in which the Confederate States win the Civil War and in 1914, allied with England and France, go to war against...

Published: May 1999

The Cyberiad

Stanislaw Lem

Trurl and Klaupacius are constructor robots who try to out-invent each other. They travel to the far corners of the cosmos to take on freelance problem-solving jobs, with dire consequences for their employers. 'The most completely suc...

Published: Dec 2002


Robert J. Sawyer

On the eve of a secret military operation, an assassin's bullet strikes President Seth Jerrison. He is rushed to the hospital, where surgeons struggle to save his life—and where Professor Ranjip Singh is experimenting with a device ...

Published: Mar 2013

Blue Remembered Earth

Alastair Reynolds

One hundred and fifty years from now, Africa has become the world's dominant technological and economic power. Crime, war, disease and poverty have been practically eliminated. The Moon and Mars are settled, and colonies stretch all...

Published: May 2013
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