e-books in Superhuman SF Stories category
by Brandon Overall , 2013
Neil spent his whole life believing he would amount to greatness. A dream led to the awakening of a dormant power, and his life would never be ordinary again. When the government learned of his abilities, they knew they needed him on their side.
by Philip Wylie , 1930
Gladiator is a brave novel that unflinchingly portrays people at their ugliest and pettiest, while reflecting on the better worlds that could be were it not for humanity's relentless failings. The novel inspired the comic-book character Superman.
by M. A. Newhall - Lulu.com , 2012
The flip of a switch gives Joe superhuman abilities. He discovers his new powers after his aunt saves his life with restricted nanites. When his secret is discovered, everyone he knows is thrust into a world of deception and treason.
by Edward Bulwer-Lytton - ManyBooks , 1871
An English man finds himself suddenly trapped in a subterranean world inhabited by an ancient race of advanced beings. The story describes a near future world characterized by female dominance, physical perfection, and vast technological progress.
by Olaf Stapledon - eBooks@Adelaide , 2009
A strange looking child, John, was born to an ordinary family, but he was endowed with intellectual and physical characteristics as advanced from us as we are from are our immediate primate ancestors. Definitive fictionalization of mutated superman.
by F. L. Wallace - Project Gutenberg , 2010
This etext was produced from Galaxy Science Fiction April 1952. Outcasts of a society of physically perfect people, they couldn't stay and they couldn't go home again -- yet there had to be some escape for them. Oddly enough, there was!
by Robert Petty - ManyBooks , 2006
Bioengineered women have settled the marginally inhabitable planet Snowshoe. However, the collapse of a space elevator has plunged their Femdom into a dark age. Gypsy realizes that a second elevator threatens to destroy the re-emergent civilization.