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The Heaven Virus
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The New York Times writes, "Pickover contemplates realms beyond our known reality." From one of the most original voices in imaginative nonfiction comes a stunning novel of speculation on... More > the afterlife, immortality, and the existence of the human soul. "The Heaven Virus" is inspired by virtual universes making headlines today and offers readers a glimpse of ultimate spiritual technologies for the 22nd century and a mystic encounter in an age of electronic gods. "The Heaven Virus" blends humor, psychedelia, and hope in a meditation on the outer limits of our culture, evolutionary destiny, and inner space. This novel will draw readers who have wondered about their own passage from this existence into the world to come. Cliff Pickover is the author of forty books on science, mathematics, art, religion. He received his Ph.D. from Yale University. His website, Pickover.com, has received several million visits.< Less
Learning the World
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A mysterious visitor from the stars approaches Earth, wondering what mysteries this new world he has discovered has in store. He has found the world of Demongate High, where the supernatural is... More > around every corner. As Dean and his friends struggle with Dreamers and making sure the past plays out as everyone remembers, another group of children is getting powers under mysterious circumstances. This is the start of their adventures. Join Elizabeth, Matt, and Sam as the ordinary town of Rochester, NY becomes a battleground. When half the kids in the 8th grade class at Bay Trail suddenly get powers, they must all choose who to trust- Trouble is, every group they meet says the others cannot be trusted.< Less
Among the Ruins of the Kingdom
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The Kingdom of Mélekh is now a forgotten dream, little more than ancient ruins and a note in history. The world of men is once more divided, while a sinister threat grows in the desolate lands... More > to the north. Zidek, the immortal prophet who set the Crown of Ancients upon King Mélekh’s brow a thousand years ago, has taken interest in a young farm boy named Chayim. Acting on a prophecy regarding a coming hero destined to destroy the liche-sorcerer, Tsar-Echthros, and prepare the way for Mélekh’s return, Zidek takes the boy under his wing. Together, they set out on a quest to locate Mélekh’s ancient sword and armor, which the king long ago divided among his knights for safe keeping. If Chayim is to survive the coming battle and save the world from despairing darkness, he will not only have to accept his calling, but learn how to tap into the very power that brought about the creation of the world.< Less
The Enemy Within
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Jev Bjorn, a teenager from the human colony world of Alessi, and Kiyel Lhevic, the estranged first born son of a Caitaran Pride Leader, are both telepaths of the highest order, brought together by... More > chance, and linked in a bond as strong as their love for each other. But even as they sought to understand their suddenly enhanced and intermingled abilities, they soon find themselves drawn into an ages old conflict. For even as Alessian and Caitaran diplomats negotiate a mutal defense pact and trade agreement between their two worlds, an ancient enemy, which centuries earlier had been banished from Caitar, has suddenly returned to fulfill their ancesstors' dream: the eradication of all alien influences on Caitar ... and they plan to begin with the destruction of Jev and Kiyel and all whom they have come into contact with.< Less
Theaker's Quarterly Fiction #17
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Welcome to TQF#17! In this issue, as ever, like it or not, there are further instalments in the Saturation Point Saga (by Howard Phillips), the researches of Newton Braddell (by John Greenwood),... More > Helen and Her Magic Cat (by Steven Gilligan), and After All (by Michael Wyndham Thomas). Diane Andrews, new to these pages, calculates “The Speed of Darke”, set in a strange world of filtered legend. Richard K Lyon recounts “The Christmas Present War”. Jeff Crouch produces “Glurp”, the first story accepted for this issue. Like the substance in its title, this story stuck with me after my first reading of it, and I felt an uncontrollable compulsion to send the author an acceptance note. Sometimes I read and accept stories late at night, at times when I should really be sleeping. How else to explain the appearance in this serious and august journal of such a lunatic item as Dan Kopcow’s “Gone English”, a tale of the Bearded Avenger?< Less
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A world renowned archaeologist and her team are transported back in time and must find a way to return to the present. The people they meet in the past directly effect the outcome of the future.
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Deep in the far reaches of a U.S.-owned Antarctic territory, in the Byrd Sub-C Research Station, the tension rises as the temperature drops. A research team of men have discovered something buried in... More > the ice, and decide to bring it to their outpost for examination. Only when they realize their mistake have they inadvertently pitted themselves into a battle against the cold and the coldblooded--creatures out of this world, creatures with no mercy. Assuming leadership of the team, arming themselves with what little they have, Dustin Garrett unknowingly becomes the sole quarry of an extraterrestrial warrior with ruthless glory, and blood is sure to be shed.< Less
The Rain is Acid! (A Small Collection of Short Stories)
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"She recalled, then, the bird-house that had been crushed beneath it. For a moment she’d felt sadness and empathy for the fallen creatures. Then she saw the hand-fans. “Oh my! ... More > Hand-fans!” She had cried. And the tribe was so proud afterward; she even did them the favor of disposing the rest of the contents in the box. It was worthless junk, really. And most of it had some crazy occult symbol on it. The symbol appeared as a fat, red plus-sign. If that wasn’t enough to breed skepticism, she vaguely remembered a set of twisting serpents on some soft-tissue pouches; as well as on the miniature darts that were packed full of the serpents’ venom. She burned them in fear that Tastrant was behind the delivery. Tastrant shared the same symbols in some of their guilds, and she was not trying to risk a Tastrant invasion. Even if she did go fetch a second opinion, it would cause too much fear and doubt about the cargo’s source to let her call dibs on the precious hand-fans."< Less
The Magic Skin
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No matter how enormous it may be, the possession of power does not include knowledge on how to use it. A failed writer, and unrequited in love, Raphael is about to take a suicidal plunge into the... More > Seine River. In the nick of time however, he discovers the "Magic Skin" in an antique shop. Its supernatural powers grant every wish--but at a terrible toll! This parable depicts the malaise of 19th Century France.< Less
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