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2312

Nebula Award for Best Novel 2013

by Kim Stanley Robinson ORBIT (May 22, 2012)

Winner of the Nebula Award for Best SF Novel of the Year

The year is 2312. Scientific and technological advances have opened gateways to an extraordinary future. Earth is no longer humanity's only home; new...


Ancillary Justice

Imperial Radch #1

Arthur C. Clarke Award 2014, Nebula Award for Best Novel 2014, Hugo Award for Best Novel 2014, Kitschies Golden Tentacle Award 2013, BSFA Award for Best Novel 2013

by Ann Leckie ORBIT (October 01, 2013)

The only novel ever to win the Hugo, Nebula, and Arthur C. Clarke Awards and the first book in Ann Leckie's New York Times bestselling trilogy.

On a remote, icy planet, the soldier known as Breq is drawing closer...


Germline

The Subterrene War series #1

Compton Crook 2012

by T.C. McCarthy ORBIT (August 01, 2011)

*SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PRICE*

Germline (n.) the genetic material contained in a cellular lineage which can be passed to the next generation. Also: secret military program to develop genetically engineered super-soldiers...


The Testament of Jessie Lamb

Arthur C. Clarke Award 2012

by Jane Rogers Harper Perennial (May 15, 2012)

In a chilling future, one 16-year-old girl is driven to the ultimate act of heroism. The Testament of Jessie Lamb, longlisted for the Man Booker Prize, is the breakout novel from award-winning author Jane Rogers....


Degrees of Freedom

Samuil Petrovitch #3

Philip K. Dick Award 2011

by Simon Morden ORBIT (June 01, 2011)

Winner of the 2012 Philip K. Dick Award

The Six Degrees of Petrovitch

Michael is an AI of incalculable complexity trapped under the remains of Oshicora tower. Petrovitch will free him one day, he just has to...


Theories of Flight

Samuil Petrovitch #2

Philip K. Dick Award 2011

by Simon Morden ORBIT (May 01, 2011)

Winner of the 2012 Philip K. Dick Award

Theorem: Petrovitch has a lot of secrets.

Proof: Secrets like how to make anti-gravity for one. For another, he's keeping a sentient computer program on a secret server...


Equations of Life

Samuil Petrovitch #1

Philip K. Dick Award 2011

by Simon Morden ORBIT (April 01, 2011)

Winner of the 2012 Philip K. Dick Award

Samuil Petrovitch is a survivor.

He survived the nuclear fallout in St. Petersburg and hid in the London Metrozone - the last city in England. He's lived this long because...


Anathem

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2009

by Neal Stephenson William Morrow (October 06, 2009)

A #1 New York Times Bestseller, Anathem is perhaps the most brilliant literary invention to date from the incomparable Neal Stephenson, who rocked the world with Snow Crash, Cryptonomicon, and The Baroque Cycle...


The Yiddish Policemen's Union

Hugo Award for Best Novel 2008, Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2008, Nebula Award for Best Novel 2008

by Michael Chabon Harper (January 24, 2012)

For sixty years Jewish refugees and their descendants have prospered in the Federal District of Sitka, a "temporary" safe haven created in the wake of the Holocaust and the shocking 1948 collapse of the fledgling...


The System of the World

The Baroque Cycle #3

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2005

by Neal Stephenson William Morrow (October 13, 2009)

'Tis done.

The world is a most confused and unsteady place -- especially London, center of finance, innovation, and conspiracy -- in the year 1714, when Daniel Waterhouse makes his less-than-triumphant return...


The Confusion

The Baroque Cycle #2

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2005

by Neal Stephenson William Morrow (October 13, 2009)

In the year 1689, a cabal of Barbary galley slaves -- including one Jack Shaftoe, aka King of the Vagabonds, aka Half-Cocked Jack -- devises a daring plan to win freedom and fortune. A great adventure ensues...


Quicksilver

The Baroque Cycle #1

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2005

by Neal Stephenson William Morrow (October 13, 2009)

Quicksilver is the story of Daniel Waterhouse, fearless thinker and conflicted Puritan, pursuing knowledge in the company of the greatest minds of Baroque-era Europe, in a chaotic world where reason wars with...


Ilium

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2004

by Dan Simmons HarperCollins (October 13, 2009)

The Trojan War rages at the foot of Olympos Mons on Mars -- observed and influenced from on high by Zeus and his immortal family -- and twenty-first-century professor Thomas Hockenberry is there to play a role...


Cryptonomicon

Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel 2000

by Neal Stephenson William Morrow (March 17, 2009)

With this extraordinary first volume in what promises to be an epoch-making masterpiece, Neal Stephenson hacks into the secret histories of nations and the private obsessions of men, decrypting with dazzling...


Vacuum Diagrams

Philip K. Dick Award 1999

by Stephen Baxter HarperCollins e-books (October 13, 2009)

"And everywhere the Humans went, they found life ..."This dazzling future history, winner of the 2000 Philip K. Dick Award, is the most ambitious and exciting since Asimov's classic Foundation saga. It tells...


Brown Girl in the Ring

Locus Award for Best First Novel 1999

by Nalo Hopkinson Aspect (March 15, 2001)

"She's a powerful writer with an imagination that most of us would kill for. I have read everything she has written and am in awe of her many gifts." --Junot Diaz, New York Times bestselling author of The Brief...


The Child Garden: A Low Comedy

Arthur C. Clarke Award 1990

by Geoff Ryman Small Beer Press (June 28, 2011)

In future, tropical London, where biology has replaced electronics, Milena, resistant to the educational viruses, struggles to find a home.


The Dispossessed

Hugo Award for Best Novel 1975, Locus Award for Best Novel 1975, Nebula Award for Best Novel 1975

by Ursula K. Le Guin HarperCollins (October 13, 2009)

“One of the greats….Not just a science fiction writer; a literary icon.” – Stephen King

From the brilliant and award-winning author Ursula K. Le Guin comes a classic tale of two planets torn apart by...