SCI-FI & FANTASY

The titles you'll find in this section go a long way in helping these much-maligned genres.

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  1. The Plucker

    The Plucker: An Illustrated Novel

    $19.95

    The Plucker, now updated with new art and an afterword from world-renowned dark fantasy artist Brom, is a window into a world where fairy-tale tradition collides with vileness and depravity, love and heroism, suffering and sacrifice. Learn More
  2. The Place of Dead Roads

    The Place Of Dead Roads: A Novel

    $15.00

    The Place of Dead Roads is the second novel in the trilogy with Cities of the Red Night and The Western Lands. Learn More
  3. The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake

    The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake: A Novel

    $15.00

    The wondrous Aimee Bender conjures the lush and moving story of a girl whose magical gift is really a devastating curse. Learn More
  4. The One Marvelous Thing cover

    The One Marvelous Thing

    $13.95

    Winner of a 2007 American Academy of Arts and Letters, Rikki Ducornet is beloved as a novelist and essayist, but is known perhaps most of all for her work as a writer of short stories. Learn More
  5. The Node

    The Node: A Novel

    $12.00

    Welcome to the future. The 21st century has come of age and it seems that everything that could have gone wrong has gone wrong Learn More
  6. The Nervous System

    The Nervous System

    $15.95

    After a series of large-scale terrorist attacks, New York City is reduced to a shadow of its former self. As the city struggles to dig itself out of the wreckage, a nameless, obsessive-compulsive veteran with a spotty memory, a love for literature, and a strong if unique moral code has taken up residence at the Main Branch of the New York Public Library. Learn More
  7. The Man Who Japed

    The Man Who Japed

    $13.95

    Following a devastating nuclear war, the Moral Reclamation government took over the world and forced its citizens to live by strictly puritanical rules—no premarital sex, drunkenness, or displaying of neon signs—all of which are reinforced through a constant barrage of messaging to the public. Learn More
  8. The Man In The High Castle

    The Man In The High Castle

    $13.95

    It's America in 1962. Slavery is legal once again. The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names. Learn More
  9. The Lucky Strike

    The Lucky Strike

    $12.00

    Combining dazzling speculation with a profoundly humanist vision, Kim Stanley Robinson is known as not only the most literary but also the most progressive (read “radical”) of today’s top rank SF authors. His bestselling Mars Trilogy tells the epic story of the future colonization of the red planet, and the revolution that inevitably follows. The Years of Rice and Salt is based on a devastatingly simple idea: If the medieval plague had wiped out all of Europe, what would our world look like today? His latest novel, Galileo’s Dream, is a stunning combination of historical drama and far-flung space opera, in which the ten dimensions of the universe itself are rewoven to ensnare history’s most notorious torturers. Learn More
  10. The Last Unicorn

    The Last Unicorn

    $15.00

    The 40th anniversary of a fantasy classic from Peter S. Beagle! Learn More
  11. The Last Man

    The Last Man

    $10.95

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    This apocalyptic tale by the author of Frankenstein envisions a future world devastated by plague. Misunderstood by contemporary readers, Mary Shelley's 1826 precursor to the science fiction novel has reemerged to critical acclaim. Learn More
  12. The Killing Moon

    The Killing Moon (Book 1 of Dreamblood)

    $14.99

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    The city burned beneath the Dreaming Moon. Learn More
  13. The Island at the End of the World: A Novel

    The Island at the End of the World: A Novel

    $14.00

    A chilling post-apocalyptic tale of how far a father will go to protect his children—from the author of The Amnesiac. Learn More
  14. The Inexplicables

    The Inexplicables (Clockwork Century)

    $14.99

    Rector “Wreck ‘em” Sherman was orphaned as a toddler in the Blight of 1863, but that was years ago. Wreck has grown up, and on his eighteenth birthday, he’ll be cast out out of the orphanage. Learn More
  15. The Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow

    The Great Big Beautiful Tomorrow

    $12.00

    Cory Doctorow burst on the SF scene in 2000 like a rocket, inspiring awe in readers (and envy in other writers) with his bestselling novels and stories, which he insisted on giving away via Creative Commons. Learn More
  16. The Good Fairies of New York

    The Good Fairies of New York

    $13.95

    The Good Fairies of New York finds two Scottish thimble fairies transported to lower Manhattan. Morag and Heather, who didn't completely fit in back in the old country, are a bit bewildered by their new surroundings, but make do as best they can. They're not entirely alone-as it turns out, New York is heavily populated by fairies, including Italian, Chinese, and black ones. Learn More
  17. The God Machine

    The God Machine

    $10.00

    In a world where everyone either works directly for God, or they work for those who do, Walter Dodge is hardly unique. Learn More
  18. Game-Players of Titan

    The Game-Players of Titan

    $13.95

    Years ago, Earth and Titan fought a war and Earth lost. The planet was irradiated and most of the surviving population is sterile. Learn More
  19. The Drowned World (softcover)

    The Drowned World: A Novel (50th Anniversary Edition)

    $15.95

    This neglected Ballardian masterpiece promises to be a touchstone for environmentalists the world over. Learn More
  20. The Divine Invasion

    The Divine Invasion

    $13.95

    In The Divine Invasion, Philip K. Dick asks: What if God - or a being called Yah - were alive and in exile on a distant planet? Learn More
  21. The Difference Engine

    The Difference Engine

    $16.00

    The 20th anniversary edition of the classic steampunk novel. With new commentary by the authors and and introduction by Cory Doctorow. Learn More
  22. The Day Of The Triffids

    The Day Of The Triffids

    $15.00

    In 1951 John Wyndham published his novel THE DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS to moderate acclaim. 52 years later, this horrifying story is a science fiction classic, touted by THE TIMES (LONDON) as having 'all the reality of a vividly realized nightmare.' Learn More
  23. The Crystal World

    The Crystal World

    $14.00

    J. G. Ballard’s fourth novel, which established his reputation as a writer of extraordinary talent and imaginative powers, tells the story of a physician specializing in the treatment of leprosy who is invited to a small outpost in the interior of Africa. Learn More
  24. The Crack In Space

    The Crack In Space

    $13.95

    When a repairman accidentally discovers a parallel universe, everyone sees it as an opportunity, whether as a way to ease Earth’s overcrowding, set up a personal kingdom, or hide an inconvenient . But when a civilization is found already living there, the people on this side of the crack are sent scrambling to discover their motives. Will these parallel humans come in peace, or are they just as corrupt and ill-intentioned as the people of this world? Learn More
  25. The Cosmic Puppets

    The Cosmic Puppets

    $13.95

    Following an inexplicable urge, Ted Barton returns to his idyllic Virginia hometown for a vacation, but when he gets there, he is shocked to discover that the town has utterly changed. Learn More

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