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A Brief History of the Recent Future - A Dystopian Fantasy By David Manning
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David Manning wrote A Brief History of the Recent Future in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result was a "verbally... More > animated cartoon" tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs those advocating ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
Glimpses of Our Lives By Emily Ludwick
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Glimpses of Our Lives is a book of twenty one short stories and eleven poems. The genres included are many, including realistic fiction, fantasy, dystopian society, and personal narrative. The poetry... More > is mostly free-verse, covering topics focused around emotion, and reflection.< Less
A Prison for Paradise By Gabrielle BG
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Sarah tells her story of finding redemption in a world gone awry.
A Prison for Paradise By Gabrielle BG
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Sarah tells her story of finding redemption in a world gone awry.
Children of Om By J P Perez
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When an ancient prophecy begins to rear its head, a group of unexpected heroes come together in an attempt to save humanity and each other.
Obsolesce By C.K. McKenzie
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“It is in the nature of all revolutions that they start quietly and in the dark; they blossom only with soft whispers and secrets.” It is also in the nature of revolutions that they are... More > imperfect… Thatcher Vyne is the perfect man in the perfect world; a god amongst men. Yet nothing and no one is what they appear to be. Living within the single city where the last of the genetically homogenised human race thrive, his obedience to the rules of his government hides the rebellion that could cost him everything. But as he seeks freedom from the manipulations of corrupt officials Thatcher finds more than he’s looking for - a woman whose existence should never have happened. She becomes his obsession, his purpose; their destruction and their salvation. And in saving her he hopes to save himself.< Less
Amazingly Astonishing Journeys By Dan Delby
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A collection of short stories by Dan Delby. The six short stories included in this volume are: Sunblaze (Science Fiction/Western); The Knight's Pupil (Fantasy); Sir Monocle and the Arrival of Ursula... More > (Steampunk); Project: Interplanetary Unity- The Anomaly (Science Fiction); Jasper Ingleman (Dystopian Science Fiction); and Nebula Star: Outbreak of the Zombies (Science Fiction/Horror).< Less
A Brief History of the Recent Future By David Manning
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David Manning wrote A Brief History of the Recent Future in the mid 1970s with the idea of satirizing the present by forecasting the most bizarre imaginable future. The result was a "verbally... More > animated cartoon" tracing the evolution of an apocalyptic conflict between proponents of ganic garbage vs those advocating ficial garbage as civilization's final energy resource. Along the way, the tale introduces such absurdities as a credit-system economy; the Bronx Sanitation Air Force; a 3,000-acre rubber-raft island named Carabia; a news toaster that burns headlines onto breakfast bread; and people metabolically transformed by Mango Tango, the core building block of the artificial ecosystem. Resurrected from the past, the book remains, after 35-plus years, a satiric fantasy, now looking back at the odd events nobody knows transpired but brought us to our increasingly dystopian state. Once the harbinger of a future too ridiculous to contemplate, the original bizarre predictions resonate more every day.< Less
Naked As We Came By Amberly Wynn
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Sixteen-year-old Cassidy Tomei was one of the lucky few airlifted aboard the Wonder to the planet Nyx. This emergency exodus from Earth was meant to bring new hope for the remaining survivors of... More > humankind, but there’s one problem. Humankind isn’t alone on this mysterious new planet. On Nyx, Cassidy is one of many living amongst subzero temperatures and with nothing, but a meager ration of food for every household. When the rations deplete, she flees to into unfamiliar wilderness in search of food, but instead discovers debris from a foreign spacecraft that proves humankind is no longer the dominate species.< Less
Doubt By Anne-Rae Vasquez
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“Doubt” is a fast paced story where Harry Doubt online gamer and creator of the Truth Seekers game takes his game offline to search for who or what is behind the disappearances of his... More > mother and his friends’ loved ones, uncovering supernatural forces living among them. paranormal - romance - mystery - thriller - apocalypse Cristal Hernandez started playing the online game, Truth Seekers when she was fifteen. In her real life outside the game, she didn’t fit in with anything or anybody. Classmates called her “the loner” or “weirdo,” taunting her in the playground because she was always nose deep in a book. Her father went missing on her tenth birthday which haunted her every day since his disappearance. Things are never really what they appear to be. She witnesses unexplainable events and is accused of causing them even from people closest to her. Evil is lurking everywhere and disguised as many things. Never trust anyone, her father always told her. Especially your closest allies.< Less