Tag Archives: science fiction

Time’s Adversary by JG McGovern

In the 22nd century, world-running megacorporation Eyelight is threatened by the rise of a new religion.

Eyelight resurrects ruthless (and dead) businessman Andrew Vaughan in an android

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Daimones by Massimo Marino

A family wake up to find they may be the last humans alive.

I’m not a big fan of end-of-the-world stories, but this rather quiet apocalypse is very readable and compelling, evoking

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Inevitable Ascension by VK McAllister

Two girls cause mayhem while trying to save their world in this fast and funny time-travel adventure.

This is one of those complicated, clever, time-travel stories, which is not a genre

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The Farthest City by Daniel P Swenson

Epic science fiction: artificial intelligence and the fate of mankind.

After humanity all but wipes itself out in a final world war, we are saved by our own creation, intelligent machines

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