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  • The Implant reviews

    The Implant Book Reviews

    Troy Dennison

    The Implant was a piece of technological genius; a tiny microprocessor loaded with information that could be subdermally inserted against the skull. Overnigt it became the latest c...

  • Arcadia Mars reviews

    Arcadia Mars Book Reviews

    Doug Cook

    After thirteen months in space, the Aquila Mission’s crew has returned safely to find Earth in peril. Rising sea levels have already claimed hundreds of the world’s coastal communi...

  • Unnatural reviews

    Unnatural Book Reviews

    Anthony DiGiovanni

    In the developed world, year 2062, the human body is obsolete. Those too poor to be rid of this handicap, such as wouldbe pathologist Dennis Uriah, are called Organics. Fed up with...

  • The Divine Dissimulation reviews

    The Divine Dissimulation Book Reviews

    Martin Lundqvist

    When God dies, A villain takes his place! In the distant future, the wealthy villain Abraham Goldstein funds a topsecret project to travel to heaven and meet God. Upon reaching hea...

  • Quantum Incident reviews

    Quantum Incident Book Reviews

    Douglas Phillips

    Prologue to the Quantum Series (1 Quantum Space, 2 Quantum Void and 3 Quantum Time) ​ 2012. The long sought Higgs boson has been discovered at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva. ...

  • Horizons reviews

    Horizons Book Reviews

    Alex Nolasco

    Horizons is a collection of scifi illustrations each containing memorable quotes from individuals found throughout history. Each illustration should remind us that the Earth is jus...

  • The Cosmic Computer reviews

    The Cosmic Computer Book Reviews

    H. Beam Piper

    Poictesme is a planet that served as a home base of the Third FleetArmy Force during the System States War. It was the general HQ and supply depot for the final attack of the enemy...

  • e-i-pi reviews

    E-i-pi Book Reviews

    David Thomas

    Last summer 14 year old Andy Green found an electronic game on a visit to a dinosaur dig. What he couldn’t know is that the game was lost 65 million years ago by a child from an al...

  • A Great Discovery reviews

    A Great Discovery Book Reviews

    Nicholas Ton

    A journey to another world for a small reason, could mean the difference between life and death. These four men will face more then they would've ever wished to bargain for. W...

  • The Extinction Switch reviews

    The Extinction Switch Book Reviews

    Andrew Broderick

    Young Kassandra Nishimura is an heiress to trillions of dollars. While she is relaxing with friends, six billion people are instantly exterminated on the other side of the planet. ...

  • End Boss reviews

    End Boss Book Reviews

    Bryan Nyaude

    Barely 50 years passed after the 2940 Planetary War, leaving humanity on the brink of extinction. In a desperate attempt to stop another savage war from occurring, the nation gover...

  • Resonance reviews

    Resonance Book Reviews

    A.J. Scudiere

    When the Earth’s magnetic poles begin trading places, four scientists will have to race against time to save humanity. Suspense and Scifi readers will love this page turner from a ...

  • The Cassidy Chronicles reviews

    The Cassidy Chronicles Book Reviews

    Adam Gaffen

    Step into a thrilling world of survival, love, and selfdiscovery with "The Cassidy Chronicles." Aiyana Cassidy and Kendra FosterBriggs' wedding day takes a shocking ...

  • A Question of Will reviews

    A Question of Will Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    They murdered his wife and son. They burned down his house. They beat him within an inch of his life. And then they realized they had the wrong man. They should have killed him whe...

  • Exodus reviews

    Exodus Book Reviews

    Andreas Christensen

    A high tech space opera set in a dystopian future society where humanity faces its greatest challenge ever. Exodus is the first installment of the Exodus Trilogy. When mankind face...

  • Bouncing High Above the World reviews

    Bouncing High Above the World Book Reviews

    Jim Cline

    On a rainy day which had canceled out a glider training flight, the time was spent investigating an odd rectangle in the desert vegetation off the edge of an old runway. What they ...

  • Wormhole Theater reviews

    Wormhole Theater Book Reviews

    Ed Thrush

    A personal journal of attending the wormhole theater reveals unforseen events. The theater allows views into the random past, but something happens...

  • The Autumn Engagement reviews

    The Autumn Engagement Book Reviews

    Stephen Cote

    War is extinct. Baseball games are the preferred method to resolve disputes, and Janus Franko is a genetically engineered pitcher for the United States of North America national te...

  • Ascent of the Aliomenti reviews

    Ascent of the Aliomenti Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    The Aliomenti village is in ruins, destroyed by one of their own, its population nearly eliminated in the calamity. From the ruins, the Aliomenti rise to international prominence, ...

  • The Last Man reviews

    The Last Man Book Reviews

    James Bailey

    The universe is dying, slowly each star is petering out until everything goes dark. The last civilisation has entrusted it's future to one ship searching for a planet that can...

  • Passages in the Void reviews

    Passages in the Void Book Reviews

    Roger Williams

    The first story in the universespanning Mortal Passage trilogy... Challenged to write a hard SF story set in a real universe where humanity faces every challenge the speed of light...

  • Untethered reviews

    Untethered Book Reviews

    Nick Stephenson

    When a scientist discovers the secret to teleportation, he struggles to figure out what to do with it. This short story is part of the Science Fiction | Singles collection from USA...

  • The Movie Maker reviews

    The Movie Maker Book Reviews

    Chris Turner

    A gifted university student develops an innovation to revolutionize the holographic film industry . . . Putting the power of filmproduction into the hands of the creators is good f...

  • Mother reviews

    Mother Book Reviews

    Michael McDonald

    Since the Great Calamity of February 14th, 2016, population rates have been dwindling. The cause: Mother Nature. A brilliant scientist juggles her relationships with her grouchy me...

  • Deathforger reviews

    Deathforger Book Reviews

    K.Z. Freeman

    Saul Gramatix knew it would come to this. He had foreseen it. The reason he knew wasn’t rooted in divination or prescience on his part. The reason was actually quite simple. He had...

  • The Veil reviews

    The Veil Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    Is humanity friend or foe? War, industrialization, technological advancement. It is a common transitional period, one that provides ample opportunity for a species to destroy itsel...

  • The Other Side of the Earth-The Alliance reviews

    The Other Side of the Earth-The Alliance Book Reviews

    Goran Prendjov

    If you want real advanced technology translated into a novel where, in the same time, many of the historic events of humanity are explained, than this is the right book for you. Re...

  • We the People reviews

    We the People Book Reviews

    ZERO

    In the late 21st century, a neurotechnology called Bridge has changed the world. Bridging allows a person to program their own body and mind to achieve untold enhancement. There wa...

  • Infiltration reviews

    Infiltration Book Reviews

    James Bailey

    John is a prospector on the moon of Callisto. While on a surveying trip he finds a derelict ship at the bottom of a valley. Checking out the wreck he realises that this vessel has ...

  • Renewal reviews

    Renewal Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    Renewal is the fourth volume in The Nexus Odyssey. The city vessel Phoenix is in its 43rd year of the journey from Mars to the 55 Cancri system. The three species aboard are shocke...

  • Sneakers reviews

    Sneakers Book Reviews

    Angus Brownfield

    Kermit O’Doyle, a paraplegic, works as an analyst on the China desk of the CIA’s Economic Analysis Unit. He’s tasked with discovering why the Chinese are flooding the US with desig...

  • Just Like You reviews

    Just Like You Book Reviews

    TC Phillips

    OhFourTwoSee was to be the prototype unit for a revolutionary new line of Syntech models and the promise of a much needed economic boost for a struggling nation. On the night of th...

  • THE COSMIC COMPUTER reviews

    THE COSMIC COMPUTER Book Reviews

    H. Beam Piper

    This is one of the best works  that Beam Piper ever wrote. He has a strong beliefs on both government and self defense. Get it book now.

  • The Waker Dreams reviews

    The Waker Dreams Book Reviews

    Richard Matheson

    This sciencefiction novella by American writer Richard Matheson was first published in the December 1950 issue of Galaxy magazine, with illustrations by Paul Piérre.

  • Intrigue Satellite reviews

    Intrigue Satellite Book Reviews

    Michael Ford

    Deckard Blaine wanted to left alone with his grief, but his draft notice changed that. He had resigned himself to life in Army, but instead of the infantry, he found himself in the...

  • Stone of Eternity reviews

    Stone of Eternity Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    On a rocky coastline in Norway, a strange discovery in the small village causes a cauldron of public protest. Subsequent analysis of the find brings into question the accepted hist...

  • The Color of Silence reviews

    The Color of Silence Book Reviews

    Mandy Broughton

    AIMii is a stateoftheart robot caregiver, ready for any medical emergency. So when Lucee, her charge, succumbs to a terminal illness, AIMii is sent to find a cure. But as the AI st...

  • The Nexus Odyssey reviews

    The Nexus Odyssey Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    The Nexus Odyssey is an epic journey of human exploration. Overpopulation and its attendant problems force colonisation of another planet. Having achieved this salvation, the relat...

  • Sexbot reviews

    Sexbot Book Reviews

    Patrick Quinlan

    What if you could be immortal? And what if the price was to give up everything first, including your very life? Dr. Susan Jones is about to find out. A robotics scientist out of MI...

  • In Constant Contact reviews

    In Constant Contact Book Reviews

    Tom Lichtenberg

    The good folks at World Weary Avengers are at it again. Now they've come up with a device that keeps you in continual contact with a "professional friend", someone g...

  • Daedalus reviews

    Daedalus Book Reviews

    Robert G. Williscroft

    Using a new Gryphon7 hardshell wingsuit, Tiger Baily, irreverent member of the Navy SEALS Winged Insertion Command, makes a harrowing first experimental base jump from the...

  • The Aliomenti Saga Box Set reviews

    The Aliomenti Saga Box Set Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    Three fulllength novels! A sprawling tale blending science fiction, high technology, and fantasy, The Aliomenti Saga traces the rise and proliferation of a secret group of supernat...

  • A Child Of Our Time reviews

    A Child Of Our Time Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    A mind born out of innocence can be a terrifying weapon. And just such a mind has been found in the laboratories of the failed corporation Cantor Satori. A machinemind coveted by a...

  • Preserving Hope reviews

    Preserving Hope Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    It was his mission to save her life. But first... he'd need to convince her that hers was a life worth saving. Will Stark finds himself on a mission. He must use his new Energ...

  • The Searching Soul reviews

    The Searching Soul Book Reviews

    Ronald Zastre

    Gravity is the last force of nature yet to be discovered. We know it’s there, we know what it does. We know it’s necessary to the very existence of the Universe. We, however, have ...

  • Any Now reviews

    Any Now Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    If you go looking for something impossible , there is always the risk that you might actually find it. And for physicist Rhoda Mollo, finding such a something saw her banished to t...

  • MagTech Suit Up reviews

    MagTech Suit Up Book Reviews

    SinJin Bane

    The continuing story of a young man named David living in the year 2226 and his battle against an evil organization bent on the destruction and enslavement of mankind. He has maste...

  • Terminal Connection reviews

    Terminal Connection Book Reviews

    Dan Needles

    In a setting reminiscent of THE MATRIX and in the manversesscience spirit of JURASSIC PARK, the players in this techno thriller novel move between reality and virtuality, finding d...

  • Mining Games reviews

    Mining Games Book Reviews

    Steve S. Grant

    Space mining is big business and corporations compete fiercely to exploit our solar system’s rich minerals. Spacial Alloy, a dominant firm on world markets, ruthlessly leads the pa...

  • Surveillance reviews

    Surveillance Book Reviews

    Aaron Pogue

    Janeane Linson is dead, and the impossible has happened: Every detail of her murder has been erased. It's Special Agent Katie Pratt's first day with Ghost Targets, the di...

  • Afk reviews

    Afk Book Reviews

    Huckleberry Hax

    A Second Life® detective reflects on cases and confessions, on love, on anger, on understanding Second Life as perhaps the greatest liberator there has ever been, and on falling fo...

  • Mind Machines reviews

    Mind Machines Book Reviews

    Dima Zales

    From New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Dima Zales, an intense new technothriller that pushes the limits of what it means to be human.  With billions in...

  • A Prize for Edie reviews

    A Prize for Edie Book Reviews

    Jesse Franklin Bone

    The Committee had, unquestionably, made a mistake. There was no doubt that Edie had achieved the longsought cancer cure ... but awarding the Nobel Prize was, nonetheless, a mistake...

  • The Contact Episode One reviews

    The Contact Episode One Book Reviews

    Albert Sartison

    The ascendancy of mankind is being decided on Jupiter watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/gWYCcvlBD80 In the 22nd century, mankind assimilated the Solar System within the orbits of...

  • The Colors of Space reviews

    The Colors of Space Book Reviews

    Marion Zimmer Bradley

    Bart Steel is a graduate of the Space Academy and prepares to take over his father’s business, a fleet of spaceships for interstellar travel. In this future, humans and Lhari, an a...

  • Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics reviews

    Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics Book Reviews

    Michael Summers

    In writing this story I was trying to imagine a totally different perspective on the universe, that of a lifeform based on nucleonic chemistry. The idea is not entirely new. Robert...

  • After the Battle on Starship Hill reviews

    After the Battle on Starship Hill Book Reviews

    Vernor Vinge

    "After the Battle on Starship Hill" is more than 12000 words of prologue from Vernor Vinge's forthcoming novel, The Children of the Sky . Taking place on Tines World...

  • MARiiMO reviews

    MARiiMO Book Reviews

    Tyrel Pinnegar

    This is the journal of Tammy Maheswaran, a reclusive roboticist living with undiagnosed autism. It documents the creation of Mariimo, a developmental robotics platform through whic...

  • The God In The Clear Rock reviews

    The God In The Clear Rock Book Reviews

    Lucian Randolph

    In 50 hours, the world as we know it will end! Like a celestial alarm clock, the sun is about to enter a cycle of giant storms that will decimate life on Earth and destroy our mode...

  • Any You reviews

    Any You Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    A creature from another dimension had gotten into her head, eviscerated her mind, and gouged out her soul. Now physicist Rhoda Mollo finds herself where she'd really rather no...

Best Paid High Tech Books of 2024

  • The Implant reviews

    The Implant Book Reviews

    Troy Dennison

    The Implant was a piece of technological genius; a tiny microprocessor loaded with information that could be subdermally inserted against the skull. Overnigt it became the latest c...

  • Arcadia Mars reviews

    Arcadia Mars Book Reviews

    Doug Cook

    After thirteen months in space, the Aquila Mission’s crew has returned safely to find Earth in peril. Rising sea levels have already claimed hundreds of the world’s coastal communi...

  • Unnatural reviews

    Unnatural Book Reviews

    Anthony DiGiovanni

    In the developed world, year 2062, the human body is obsolete. Those too poor to be rid of this handicap, such as wouldbe pathologist Dennis Uriah, are called Organics. Fed up with...

  • The Divine Dissimulation reviews

    The Divine Dissimulation Book Reviews

    Martin Lundqvist

    When God dies, A villain takes his place! In the distant future, the wealthy villain Abraham Goldstein funds a topsecret project to travel to heaven and meet God. Upon reaching hea...

  • Quantum Incident reviews

    Quantum Incident Book Reviews

    Douglas Phillips

    Prologue to the Quantum Series (1 Quantum Space, 2 Quantum Void and 3 Quantum Time) ​ 2012. The long sought Higgs boson has been discovered at the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva. ...

  • Horizons reviews

    Horizons Book Reviews

    Alex Nolasco

    Horizons is a collection of scifi illustrations each containing memorable quotes from individuals found throughout history. Each illustration should remind us that the Earth is jus...

  • The Cosmic Computer reviews

    The Cosmic Computer Book Reviews

    H. Beam Piper

    Poictesme is a planet that served as a home base of the Third FleetArmy Force during the System States War. It was the general HQ and supply depot for the final attack of the enemy...

  • e-i-pi reviews

    E-i-pi Book Reviews

    David Thomas

    Last summer 14 year old Andy Green found an electronic game on a visit to a dinosaur dig. What he couldn’t know is that the game was lost 65 million years ago by a child from an al...

  • A Great Discovery reviews

    A Great Discovery Book Reviews

    Nicholas Ton

    A journey to another world for a small reason, could mean the difference between life and death. These four men will face more then they would've ever wished to bargain for. W...

  • The Extinction Switch reviews

    The Extinction Switch Book Reviews

    Andrew Broderick

    Young Kassandra Nishimura is an heiress to trillions of dollars. While she is relaxing with friends, six billion people are instantly exterminated on the other side of the planet. ...

  • End Boss reviews

    End Boss Book Reviews

    Bryan Nyaude

    Barely 50 years passed after the 2940 Planetary War, leaving humanity on the brink of extinction. In a desperate attempt to stop another savage war from occurring, the nation gover...

  • Resonance reviews

    Resonance Book Reviews

    A.J. Scudiere

    When the Earth’s magnetic poles begin trading places, four scientists will have to race against time to save humanity. Suspense and Scifi readers will love this page turner from a ...

  • The Cassidy Chronicles reviews

    The Cassidy Chronicles Book Reviews

    Adam Gaffen

    Step into a thrilling world of survival, love, and selfdiscovery with "The Cassidy Chronicles." Aiyana Cassidy and Kendra FosterBriggs' wedding day takes a shocking ...

  • A Question of Will reviews

    A Question of Will Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    They murdered his wife and son. They burned down his house. They beat him within an inch of his life. And then they realized they had the wrong man. They should have killed him whe...

  • Exodus reviews

    Exodus Book Reviews

    Andreas Christensen

    A high tech space opera set in a dystopian future society where humanity faces its greatest challenge ever. Exodus is the first installment of the Exodus Trilogy. When mankind face...

  • Bouncing High Above the World reviews

    Bouncing High Above the World Book Reviews

    Jim Cline

    On a rainy day which had canceled out a glider training flight, the time was spent investigating an odd rectangle in the desert vegetation off the edge of an old runway. What they ...

  • Wormhole Theater reviews

    Wormhole Theater Book Reviews

    Ed Thrush

    A personal journal of attending the wormhole theater reveals unforseen events. The theater allows views into the random past, but something happens...

  • The Autumn Engagement reviews

    The Autumn Engagement Book Reviews

    Stephen Cote

    War is extinct. Baseball games are the preferred method to resolve disputes, and Janus Franko is a genetically engineered pitcher for the United States of North America national te...

  • Ascent of the Aliomenti reviews

    Ascent of the Aliomenti Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    The Aliomenti village is in ruins, destroyed by one of their own, its population nearly eliminated in the calamity. From the ruins, the Aliomenti rise to international prominence, ...

  • The Last Man reviews

    The Last Man Book Reviews

    James Bailey

    The universe is dying, slowly each star is petering out until everything goes dark. The last civilisation has entrusted it's future to one ship searching for a planet that can...

  • Passages in the Void reviews

    Passages in the Void Book Reviews

    Roger Williams

    The first story in the universespanning Mortal Passage trilogy... Challenged to write a hard SF story set in a real universe where humanity faces every challenge the speed of light...

  • Untethered reviews

    Untethered Book Reviews

    Nick Stephenson

    When a scientist discovers the secret to teleportation, he struggles to figure out what to do with it. This short story is part of the Science Fiction | Singles collection from USA...

  • The Movie Maker reviews

    The Movie Maker Book Reviews

    Chris Turner

    A gifted university student develops an innovation to revolutionize the holographic film industry . . . Putting the power of filmproduction into the hands of the creators is good f...

  • Mother reviews

    Mother Book Reviews

    Michael McDonald

    Since the Great Calamity of February 14th, 2016, population rates have been dwindling. The cause: Mother Nature. A brilliant scientist juggles her relationships with her grouchy me...

  • Deathforger reviews

    Deathforger Book Reviews

    K.Z. Freeman

    Saul Gramatix knew it would come to this. He had foreseen it. The reason he knew wasn’t rooted in divination or prescience on his part. The reason was actually quite simple. He had...

  • The Veil reviews

    The Veil Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    Is humanity friend or foe? War, industrialization, technological advancement. It is a common transitional period, one that provides ample opportunity for a species to destroy itsel...

  • The Other Side of the Earth-The Alliance reviews

    The Other Side of the Earth-The Alliance Book Reviews

    Goran Prendjov

    If you want real advanced technology translated into a novel where, in the same time, many of the historic events of humanity are explained, than this is the right book for you. Re...

  • We the People reviews

    We the People Book Reviews

    ZERO

    In the late 21st century, a neurotechnology called Bridge has changed the world. Bridging allows a person to program their own body and mind to achieve untold enhancement. There wa...

  • Infiltration reviews

    Infiltration Book Reviews

    James Bailey

    John is a prospector on the moon of Callisto. While on a surveying trip he finds a derelict ship at the bottom of a valley. Checking out the wreck he realises that this vessel has ...

  • Renewal reviews

    Renewal Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    Renewal is the fourth volume in The Nexus Odyssey. The city vessel Phoenix is in its 43rd year of the journey from Mars to the 55 Cancri system. The three species aboard are shocke...

  • Sneakers reviews

    Sneakers Book Reviews

    Angus Brownfield

    Kermit O’Doyle, a paraplegic, works as an analyst on the China desk of the CIA’s Economic Analysis Unit. He’s tasked with discovering why the Chinese are flooding the US with desig...

  • Just Like You reviews

    Just Like You Book Reviews

    TC Phillips

    OhFourTwoSee was to be the prototype unit for a revolutionary new line of Syntech models and the promise of a much needed economic boost for a struggling nation. On the night of th...

  • THE COSMIC COMPUTER reviews

    THE COSMIC COMPUTER Book Reviews

    H. Beam Piper

    This is one of the best works  that Beam Piper ever wrote. He has a strong beliefs on both government and self defense. Get it book now.

  • The Waker Dreams reviews

    The Waker Dreams Book Reviews

    Richard Matheson

    This sciencefiction novella by American writer Richard Matheson was first published in the December 1950 issue of Galaxy magazine, with illustrations by Paul Piérre.

  • Intrigue Satellite reviews

    Intrigue Satellite Book Reviews

    Michael Ford

    Deckard Blaine wanted to left alone with his grief, but his draft notice changed that. He had resigned himself to life in Army, but instead of the infantry, he found himself in the...

  • Stone of Eternity reviews

    Stone of Eternity Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    On a rocky coastline in Norway, a strange discovery in the small village causes a cauldron of public protest. Subsequent analysis of the find brings into question the accepted hist...

  • The Color of Silence reviews

    The Color of Silence Book Reviews

    Mandy Broughton

    AIMii is a stateoftheart robot caregiver, ready for any medical emergency. So when Lucee, her charge, succumbs to a terminal illness, AIMii is sent to find a cure. But as the AI st...

  • The Nexus Odyssey reviews

    The Nexus Odyssey Book Reviews

    Hylton Smith

    The Nexus Odyssey is an epic journey of human exploration. Overpopulation and its attendant problems force colonisation of another planet. Having achieved this salvation, the relat...

  • Sexbot reviews

    Sexbot Book Reviews

    Patrick Quinlan

    What if you could be immortal? And what if the price was to give up everything first, including your very life? Dr. Susan Jones is about to find out. A robotics scientist out of MI...

  • In Constant Contact reviews

    In Constant Contact Book Reviews

    Tom Lichtenberg

    The good folks at World Weary Avengers are at it again. Now they've come up with a device that keeps you in continual contact with a "professional friend", someone g...

  • Daedalus reviews

    Daedalus Book Reviews

    Robert G. Williscroft

    Using a new Gryphon7 hardshell wingsuit, Tiger Baily, irreverent member of the Navy SEALS Winged Insertion Command, makes a harrowing first experimental base jump from the...

  • The Aliomenti Saga Box Set reviews

    The Aliomenti Saga Box Set Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    Three fulllength novels! A sprawling tale blending science fiction, high technology, and fantasy, The Aliomenti Saga traces the rise and proliferation of a secret group of supernat...

  • A Child Of Our Time reviews

    A Child Of Our Time Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    A mind born out of innocence can be a terrifying weapon. And just such a mind has been found in the laboratories of the failed corporation Cantor Satori. A machinemind coveted by a...

  • Preserving Hope reviews

    Preserving Hope Book Reviews

    Alex Albrinck

    It was his mission to save her life. But first... he'd need to convince her that hers was a life worth saving. Will Stark finds himself on a mission. He must use his new Energ...

  • The Searching Soul reviews

    The Searching Soul Book Reviews

    Ronald Zastre

    Gravity is the last force of nature yet to be discovered. We know it’s there, we know what it does. We know it’s necessary to the very existence of the Universe. We, however, have ...

  • Any Now reviews

    Any Now Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    If you go looking for something impossible , there is always the risk that you might actually find it. And for physicist Rhoda Mollo, finding such a something saw her banished to t...

  • MagTech Suit Up reviews

    MagTech Suit Up Book Reviews

    SinJin Bane

    The continuing story of a young man named David living in the year 2226 and his battle against an evil organization bent on the destruction and enslavement of mankind. He has maste...

  • Terminal Connection reviews

    Terminal Connection Book Reviews

    Dan Needles

    In a setting reminiscent of THE MATRIX and in the manversesscience spirit of JURASSIC PARK, the players in this techno thriller novel move between reality and virtuality, finding d...

  • Mining Games reviews

    Mining Games Book Reviews

    Steve S. Grant

    Space mining is big business and corporations compete fiercely to exploit our solar system’s rich minerals. Spacial Alloy, a dominant firm on world markets, ruthlessly leads the pa...

  • Surveillance reviews

    Surveillance Book Reviews

    Aaron Pogue

    Janeane Linson is dead, and the impossible has happened: Every detail of her murder has been erased. It's Special Agent Katie Pratt's first day with Ghost Targets, the di...

  • Afk reviews

    Afk Book Reviews

    Huckleberry Hax

    A Second Life® detective reflects on cases and confessions, on love, on anger, on understanding Second Life as perhaps the greatest liberator there has ever been, and on falling fo...

  • Mind Machines reviews

    Mind Machines Book Reviews

    Dima Zales

    From New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Dima Zales, an intense new technothriller that pushes the limits of what it means to be human.  With billions in...

  • A Prize for Edie reviews

    A Prize for Edie Book Reviews

    Jesse Franklin Bone

    The Committee had, unquestionably, made a mistake. There was no doubt that Edie had achieved the longsought cancer cure ... but awarding the Nobel Prize was, nonetheless, a mistake...

  • The Contact Episode One reviews

    The Contact Episode One Book Reviews

    Albert Sartison

    The ascendancy of mankind is being decided on Jupiter watch the trailer: https://youtu.be/gWYCcvlBD80 In the 22nd century, mankind assimilated the Solar System within the orbits of...

  • The Colors of Space reviews

    The Colors of Space Book Reviews

    Marion Zimmer Bradley

    Bart Steel is a graduate of the Space Academy and prepares to take over his father’s business, a fleet of spaceships for interstellar travel. In this future, humans and Lhari, an a...

  • Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics reviews

    Proceedings of The Sector 7 Institute of Low-Energy Physics Book Reviews

    Michael Summers

    In writing this story I was trying to imagine a totally different perspective on the universe, that of a lifeform based on nucleonic chemistry. The idea is not entirely new. Robert...

  • After the Battle on Starship Hill reviews

    After the Battle on Starship Hill Book Reviews

    Vernor Vinge

    "After the Battle on Starship Hill" is more than 12000 words of prologue from Vernor Vinge's forthcoming novel, The Children of the Sky . Taking place on Tines World...

  • MARiiMO reviews

    MARiiMO Book Reviews

    Tyrel Pinnegar

    This is the journal of Tammy Maheswaran, a reclusive roboticist living with undiagnosed autism. It documents the creation of Mariimo, a developmental robotics platform through whic...

  • The God In The Clear Rock reviews

    The God In The Clear Rock Book Reviews

    Lucian Randolph

    In 50 hours, the world as we know it will end! Like a celestial alarm clock, the sun is about to enter a cycle of giant storms that will decimate life on Earth and destroy our mode...

  • Any You reviews

    Any You Book Reviews

    William Bowden

    A creature from another dimension had gotten into her head, eviscerated her mind, and gouged out her soul. Now physicist Rhoda Mollo finds herself where she'd really rather no...