Father Ruiz-Sanchez, biologist and Jesuit priest, struggles with a moral and ethical dilemma: a planet whose inhabitants are innately peaceful, moral, and without God.
A post-apocalyptic society built in the darkness of underground caverns finds its world-view tested when strange monsters emerge, bringing with them a terrible screaming silence.
Industrialist Simeon Krug’s dream is to contact the source of an alien code broadcast to Earth, building his communications tower on the backs of android servitors yearning for their freedom.
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.
Glen Runciter is dead. Or is it that his team of anti-psychics led are all dead? Dick’s surreal masterpiece questions the nature of reality, an existential nightmare trapped in half-life.
A plague threatens to doom all of humanity, but a cure may lie on the planet Grass—a world of boundless prairie ruled by elitist aristocrats and their demonic mounts.
This classic alternate history examines the England of 1968, after Queen Elizabeth was assassinated and the Spanish Armada led to the successful Catholic conquest of England.
With the promise of immortality, Forever Center is the ruling power in the world. And one of its executives just stumbled onto one of its deep, dark secrets.
In the apocalyptic 2020s, teenager Lauren Olamina watches the world collapse from the safety of her gated community, and establishes her own religion: Earthseed.
Three short novels of science fiction dealing with religious transcendence, circa 1973. Authors: Robert Silverberg, Roger Zelazny, and Edgar Pangborn. Editor: Terry Carr.
For the first time in billions of years, a new human is born. More importantly, he’s the first person in billions of years with the driving curiosity to leave his utopian city.