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2020 Vision By Laurie Pegrum
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2020 Vision chronicles a tale of futuristic science blended with crime and drama. After making a significant discovery, Priya has doubts about how she will be treated by her employer. From within a... More > male-dominated industry, she elects to try and make a name for herself. Little does she realise that her road to fame and fortune will be perilous. There are those who would kill to gain the information she now possesses.< Less
LONDON REIMAGINED: an anthology of visions of the future city, 1817-1934. By David Haden
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A 55,000-word, 172-page anthology of literary visions of a future London. Authors include Richard Jefferies, Prof. Blyde Muddersnook, H.G. Wells, G.K. Chesterton, Arthur Conan Doyle, Walter Wood,... More > Charles Dickens, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Mary Shelley, Thomas Babington Macaulay, Francis Carr, George Meredith, W. Harrison Ainsworth, Anna L. Barbauld, Frederick Thomas Jane, Lord Dunsany, M.P. Shiel, James Thomson, Bertrand Russell, E.E. Nesbit, Lewis Grassic Gibbon, Robert Barr, Grant Allen, Edward Douglas Fawcett, and William Morris. A full PDF version can be found for free, online.< Less
2115 Salvation By Robert Carmack
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The year is 2115, and one man shares the story of his life. He provides a unique retelling of the Earth's previous one hundred years. He details mankind's successes and failures amid his own personal... More > tales. Then he takes us on what becomes mans greatest challenge, to undertake a journey; an interstellar voyage to what may be mans best hope at finding a new home and thereby becoming the Salvation of humanity.< Less
The Angel of the Revolution: A Tale of the Coming Terror By George Griffith
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The Angel of the Revolution: A Tale of the Coming Terror (1893) is a science fiction novel by English writer George Griffith. It was his first published novel and remains his most famous work. It was... More > first published in Pearson's Magazine and was prompted by the success of The Great War of 1892 in Black and White magazine, which was itself inspired by The Battle of Dorking. A lurid mix of Jules Verne's futuristic air warfare fantasies, the utopian visions of News from Nowhere and the future war invasion literature of Chesney and his imitators, it told the tale of a group of terrorists who conquer the world through airship warfare. Led by a crippled, brilliant Russian Jew and his daughter, the 'angel' Natasha, 'The Brotherhood of Freedom' establish a 'pax aeronautica' over the earth after a young inventor masters the technology of flight in 1903. The hero falls in love with Natasha and joins in her war against society in general and the Russian Czar in particular< Less
New Paradigm Planet By Allison Gee
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When I was 9 years old I had a vision. This was a vision in my imagination of a whole world society. It was a planet. I fantasized about my life there almost every night. I used to think this was... More > another planet when I was a child. It felt so far removed from the current world in which my 9 year old self was living and experiencing in the 1990s. This is why I assumed it could only be possible on another planet I had imagined in my head. Recently, I am realizing this imaginary world I visited at 9 years old could very well be similar to Earth in our future. For the first time I share my vision of Planet Zuelios with you in hopes that it will inspire you to make positive change upon our planet so we can all live better lives here, together. May this book open your mind and heart to the empowerment of imagination and creation.< Less
RETROFUTURE - IMAGES FROM THE FUTURE THAT NEVER WAS By Luca Oleastri
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The "Retrofuture" is a total vision of the future as seen through the eyes of the past, often a utopian society characterized by high technology (relative to the base time), unusual or... More > exaggerated artistic, architectural and fashion styles, and an abundance of consumer goods; its spirit of optimism and embracing of the status-quo is a contrast with cyberpunk, although in many cases the utopianism is presented in an intentionally ironic or camp light. This book is a nostalgic compilation of hundreds images taken from divulgation books and magazines from the '20 to the '70.< Less
Urban Haiku By Andrea Medina
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City Haiku, Fourth of Haiku series by Andrea Medina, describingdetails of city life and day to day activities in a dimensional vision of the beauty and drama of the industrial, complex, peopled... More > centres away from the simple natural world. A glimpse of the sharp, swift and futuristic characteristics and idiosycracies of the urban world and human response to it.< Less
Theft at the Speed of Light By Michael Galloway
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In a matter of minutes, thousands of checking accounts across America go empty. Caught up in the theft is Alex Poole, a software engineer who works on house arrest and prisoner tracking systems. As a... More > result, he switches his account to Aspirizon Bank—an institution well known for its friendly tellers, futuristic branches, and the ever-popular “Liberty Card”. Yet when he finds the bank is run by a notorious ex-coworker and strange visitors start arriving at his door, he realizes the bank’s vision of the future may come at a price few are willing to pay.< Less
Journey to the Future - A Better World Is Possible By Guy Dauncey
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Dauncey's "brilliant book shows solutions to the climate crisis that offer a future rich in opportunity and joy" - scientist and broadcaster David Suzuki. From Elizabeth May, NDP MP... More > Murray Rankin and UK Green Party leader Caroline Lucas, to activists Tzeporah Berman, Angela Bischoff and Bill McKibben, and scientists David Suzuki, Andrew Weaver and Elisabet Sahtouris, the endorsements for Guy Dauncey's new book are united: Journey To The Future is a gamechanger that must be widely read. In this blockbuster novel, young protagonist Patrick Wu visits a future world - Vancouver in 2032 - brimming with innovation and hope, where the climate crisis is being tackled, the solar revolution is underway and a new cooperative economy is taking shape. But enormous danger still lurks. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Guy Dauncey is a futurist who works to develop a positive vision of a sustainable future and to translate that vision into action. He is the author or co-author of ten books and a powerful motivational speaker.< Less
Drifting the Dark By Jonathan St. Ives
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What if aliens came to Earth to clean it up, whether we liked it or not? Should a smart-home save its owner? What if the defense of the country was up to a soccer mom? What price would a man pay... More > to save mankind from overpopulation? What if you suddenly could use all of your brain? What dangers does space hold for a vampire? Here is a collection of short stories written in the style of the Golden Age of Science fiction. Designed with the flowing, easy-to-read form of the classic science fiction stories of the 1950s and 1960s, each story is a quick, fast-paced vision of the future. From smart houses, to genetic wars, to futuristic air battles, to space vampires and immortality, this book has something for everyone!< Less

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