Collecting ten of William Gibson’s early cyberpunk short stories from the late 1970s and early 1980s, dark visions of a globalized, high-tech, and deadly future.
As the United States is taken over by fervent anti-Communist paranoia, one man receives visions sent by an alien divinity. These hold all the answers for Earth’s salvation.
The greatest secret of America’s intelligence agencies is SENTINEL: a computer intelligence, a thinking intelligence, far advanced and in control of American intelligence …
A group of Antarctic explorers unearths a golden sphere deep under the ice, housing two humans who had been cryogenically frozen before pre-history.
Clumsy physics grad student stumbles onto a small group of conspirators smuggling atomic bomb parts into the US, mining major cities with radioactive death.
The tale of two cities facing atomic war—one has a well-practiced Civil Defense group, the other does not. Soviet attack shows them which city had the right idea.
The best SF novel Hitler (n)ever wrote! Spinrad’s alt-history satire casts Adolf Hitler as a pulp author living out his fantasies of world domination via trashy post-apocalyptic novels.
The United States has capitulated, sealing its defeat against the Communists. But when one dairy farmer discovers a lost state secret, the world may be freed again…
When foreign agents blackmail the lead manager of the secretive Project A, it’s up to the British Security Executive to protect the mysterious project at all costs.
Collecting a dozen of the earliest stories by Philip K. Dick, including “Beyond Lies The Wub,” “Second Variety,” “The Defenders,” “The Variable Man,” and more.
After mushroom clouds erupt over New York Harbor from a surprise attack, Westchester housewife Gladys Mitchell struggles to keep her daughters safe.