Earth Girl is a fascinating debut science-fiction novel for young adults that older adults will also enjoy.
Jasper Fforde's The Woman Who Died a Lot takes its silliness seriously.
A middle-grade futuristic adventure that asks unsettling questions and implies some disturbing answers.
Religion remains central in police procedural set in the near future after "Faith Wars" and resulting "Second Enlightenment."
Murdered 1920s author Homer Eon Flint is publishing again — thanks to an e-publisher and his determined granddaughter.
An entertaining, dystopian/science fiction novel with an interesting premise.
Miles Vorkosigan is older and wiser, but not a whole lot more diplomatic.
Space opera from the land of the rising sun.
The story of an end-of-the-world plot guaranteed to keep you on the edge of your seat.
Gene Roddenberry's 1973 science fiction pilot offers an interesting look at the Star Trek creator's imaginative storytelling.