Genius biochemist gives cells sentience, injects them into his body rather than pitch them like his boss ordered. Hilarity ensues. Chilling look at the apocalypse and/or transcendence of the human body.
If you’re into science fiction and fantasy at all, you’re probably aware that NPR had an expansive project to allow …
Have you ever wanted to see Jack Vance’s dying earth taken to its logical extreme, with a journey quest and extinction-level-event? If so, John Brunner’s your man, and this is your book.
Hawksbill Station, the prison at the end of time: a gulag in the Precambrian era for political extremists and protesters. A captivating story laden with concepts that demand introspection.
A group of ancient starfaring humans and the children they had with the natives jumps through a star gate to an alternate timeline… one where the humans landed as evil conquerors instead of misguided altruists.
First manned expedition to Venus finds not a steaming pulp paradise, but a blasted wasteland populated by automated death machines. Not as interesting as that sounds.
Here’s one with a lot of promise: a tale of a tropical island, of monstrous sea creatures and Cold War paranoia and an apocalyptic holocaust. That sounds like an amazing book. Sadly, Sea Siege isn’t that book.
“AT CARDS AND WITH WOMEN, BILL MAYNARD KNEW HOW TO CHEAT.” A fast and enjoyable Lawrence Block tale, with fast gamblin’ action, hot and steamy sex, smooth mystery, and an enjoyable climax.