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Now, with nothing to lose, Will decides to embrace the power within and hunt down the people that ruined his life- and become engulfed in ancient war drama along the way. All seems lost when all of a sudden an officer of the United Earth Space Force begins to experience visions that allow him to predict and fight off the attacks of the xenophobic alien race… sometimes.

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He attempts to retain some form of civilization while protecting his friends and family from the zombies, and the ravenous zombie queen.

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Alongside the old man he was attempting to steal from in the process. Set against the backdrop of China's Cultural Revolution, On a rescue mission in the heart of the Indonesian jungle, Dr. Draden Freeman and his GhostWalker team need to extract the wounded as quickly as possible—or risk spreading a deadly virus unleashed by a terrorist cell She left her home for the stars, but found more adventure than she bargained for. A tense and intimate coming-of-age story in space.

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A Clash of Kings transports us to a world of revelry and revenge, wizardry and But it has The second book in the NYT bestselling Expanse series, Caliban's War shows a solar system on the brink of war, and the only hope of peace rests on James Holden and the crew of the Rocinante's shoulders. Now a Prime Original series. We are not alone. On Ganymede, breadbasket of the outer planets, a Martian marine watches as her platoon The third book in the NYT bestselling Expanse series, Abaddon's Gate opens the door to the ruins of an alien gate network, and the crew of the Rocinante may hold the key to unlocking its secrets.

For generations, the solar system -- Mars, the Moon, the Asteroid Belt -- was humanity's great frontier Toggle navigation. New to eBooks. Browse Science Fiction Subcategories. A Game of Thrones: George R.

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Planet of the Damned is an interplanetary Hunger Games, in which a survivor of the Twenties a fittest-person challenge tries to navigate a harsh realm of planets seemingly on the brink of nuclear war. There are also symbiotic aliens and more weirdness as the protagonists try to defuse worlds on the brink of destruction. Some regard Frankenstein as the first true science fiction novel.

The Last Man is Shelley's more forgotten work, a post-apocalyptic tale of survival after a plague ravages the world. Slowly, the small handful of survivors dwindle in number after facing hardship after hardship. The novel was bleak and far ahead of its time.

Erewhon by Samuel Butler. Perhaps the biggest legacy of this book is an outline of what would become artificial life and artificial intelligence, written in an age in which the computer was just a huge analog machine like the Difference Engine. Butler was a leader in thinking about AI, often discussing the ways machines might follow Darwinian evolution. He combined his writings on the matter with utopic novels of the time to tell the tales of Erewhon, guiding us through a strange society in a pseudo-sci-fi setting.

The Red One by Jack London. Maybe it's cheating to include a short story in an article about novels, but it's the curiosity of this one that warrants inclusion.

London, known more for his tales of man conquering nature in extreme environments, chose to write this story about an sphere of extraterrestrial origin that posits itself as a deity to primitive societies, who make sacrifices to it. Another short story, but this tale by Hale is credited as the first to anticipate artificial satellites and space habitations—though we know today that there will never be an orbital colony built out of bricks.

Well, probably not. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson. Still famous today, this novel portrays a scientist twisted by his chemistry experiments into a monster that comes out and savagely attacks people in the night, as the timid Dr.

Jekyll works to control his more monstrous half. It's been adapted to film a dozen times over, been copied in part into The Incredible Hulk , and has something or other to do with that Entourage movie I desperately want to avoid seeing.

The Crack of Doom by Robert Cromie. This novel has the first fictional account of an atomic explosion, and involves a society fueled by nuclear energy. The society in the novel can also view molecules up close with atomic microscopy — another technology seen today. Cromie also wrote a space travel story called A Plunge Into Space in This just scratches the surface of a wide realm of science fiction stories, novels, and more available out there for free.

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Flatland by Edward Abbott Abbott This is the tale of a two dimensional square who makes a new friend — a three dimensional sphere. Chambers Robert W. Edgar Rice Burroughs Yes, this is simply a link to a whole lot of Edgar Rice Burroughs, because a lot of his work is in the public domain and is serialized.The Canadian Science Fiction Review: There are social credit points — called Whuffies — alotted to participants as rival gangs of Mouseketeers compete for popularity among park visitors.

That's such a long time that many of the greatest works have fallen into the public domain, providing a way to get free and easy access to many of these timeless works and a few that time has forgotten.

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