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|Wool by Hugh Howey
Thousands of them have lived underground. They've lived there so long, there are only legends about people living anywhere else. Such a life requires rules. Strict rules. There are things that must not be discussed. Like going outside. Never mention you might like going outside.
Or you'll get what you wish for.
|T-Rexes & Tax Law by Rachel Ford
A routine tax fraud investigation. A strange lab. A mysterious button.
He shouldn’t have pushed the button. But Alfred Favero, senior analyst with the IRS, pushed the button. And now he’s 67 million years in the past, stranded out of time with a coworker who hates him and a bunch of tax cheats.
Oh, and then there’s the other inhabitants of his prehistoric home: the dinosaurs that want to make a meal of him. Things couldn’t get worse.
Until a mysterious visitor from an uncertain future shows up with murder on his mind…
|Hardwired by Walter Jon Williams
Earth lies prostrate beneath the lash of the Orbital powers, and Earth’s Balkanized nations have no choice but to let the Orbitals plunder their remaining wealth. Below the zone of Orbital control, buttonheads, panzerjocks, dirtgirls, and hustlers scramble for their ticket out of the gravity well.
But now, if the criminal underworld and the guerilla underground can join forces, there is a chance to shift the balance of power— in a war fought on the ground by hardwired commandos, in the air by high-flying deltajocks, and by genius hackers in the neural interface.
|Republic of Helios by Thomas Berry
Richard Thorne has invented a device that can teleport objects. The devices, called Topoi, can be easily and inexpensively constructed. With Topoi devices transportation costs are almost nil. There is a catch. If there are no receiving Topoi at destinations objects when teleported explode at destinations.
Topoi could be used as WMD letting lone wolves destroy nations taking Earth back to the Paleolithic. Topoi could also be used to open the solar system to human habitation and colonies. Topoi could be used to terraform Mars in decades rather than millennia.
Richard is determined to keep Topoi tech under tight control, however, he is also determined to terraform Mars. To fund operations Richard sets up Helios Transportation to teleport satellites to Earth orbit.
The first step is setting up a station on the Moon where employees of Helios Transportation can not be attacked. Besides opening Mars to human habitation Richard is setting up a new nation, with a new improved government, the Republic of Helios.
|The Legacy Human by Susan Kaye Quinn
What would you give to live forever?
Elijah Brighton wants to become an ascender—a post-Singularity human/machine hybrid—after all, they’re smarter, more enlightened, more compassionate, and above all, achingly beautiful.
But Eli is a legacy human, preserved and cherished for his unaltered genetic code, just like the rainforest he paints. When a fugue state possesses him and creates great art, Eli miraculously lands a sponsor for the creative Olympics.
If he could just master the fugue, he could take the gold and win the right to ascend, bringing everything he’s yearned for within reach… including his beautiful ascender patron.
But once Eli arrives at the Games, he finds the ascenders are playing games of their own. Everything he knows about the ascenders and the legacies they keep starts to unravel… until he’s running for his life and wondering who he truly is.
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|Infinite Waste by Dean F. Wilson
An eccentric, trigger-happy captain and a level-headed commander vie for control of the Starship Gemini, but are forced to mix their two very divided crews when they encounter a space barge full of militarised waste.
They say it takes two to tango, but when facing this planet-destroying vessel, and the rumour of an ancient, hidden foe in the Umbra, it takes the military might of Captain Skip Sutridge and the scientific genius of Commander Maggie Antwa to be in with a fighting chance.
Some say the stars are infinite, but the potential to defy cosmic threats is greater still when divisions are set aside for a greater good. That's a lesson that isn't easily learned by these space-faring twins, but it's not a lesson that will go to waste.
|No Mistakes by Vasily Mahanenko
Let’s go! A new, ultramodern mobile game, and the release is just two days away. Be the best, save the planet! Who’s going to fight back the monster invasion if you don’t? Prerelease already available, no text alerts or payment required.
World of the Changed completely modified human consciousness. The incredible graphics that worked even on the simplest of phones. The intuitive interface that made the game accessible for absolutely anyone. The aggressive marketing campaign that put news about the game on every TV, every phone, every tablet. By the time the launch was a few days away, an entire army of fans was out there waiting for just one thing: Hour X. That was what the mysterious developers were calling the release time.
But did anyone have a clue what Hour X would unleash on them? Were they ready to pay the price the game demanded? Mark Derwin, a student, was just one of many to have no idea what kind of fate awaited him in the game. All he cared about was jumping into the prerelease as soon as it came out.
|Conviction by Glynn Stewart
A starfighter squadron driven to desertion
Hunted by friends and enemies alike
With one final hope for a new beginning
The last reward Kira Demirci expected for heroism in a time of war was to spend the rest of her life dodging assassins—but when her government betrays her as part of their surrender, she and her comrades flee the star system of Apollo to the edge of civilized space.
The Syntactic Cluster is disorganized, disunified, and in desperate need of the nova fighters Kira smuggled out of Apollo with her. With an entire squadron supposed to follow in her wake, it falls to her to build a new home for her comrades.
But their enemy’s reach may be longer than her worst nightmares—and even her new friends may not be all that they appear…
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