Tag Archives: science fiction

A Drop of Blue by Isa Briarwood


A girl from 1972 is snatched into the future, where she and other historical flotsam and jetsam are imprisoned by evil government types.

Basically, there’s a portal randomly scooping

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Percival Gynt and the Conspiracy of Days by Drew Melbourne


Very funny, quirky, intelligent science fiction adventure.

Young accountant Percival Gynt is accosted by a beautiful mystery woman who’s fleeing the police, and before you know it

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Field One by Simon Winstanley


A massive conspiracy aims to save humanity from a civilisation-destroying asteroid impact.

From the start, this is a rather confusing book: the first few chapters introduce different characters

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Entangled Earth by David Lea


When an experiment goes horribly wrong, three people must escape the devastation and reach the lab in Cambridge in time to save the world.

Physicist Mia Green is in Paris for a conference

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