Fantasy Fiction (51)
e-books in Science Fiction category
by Jack Williamson - Gerard Arthus , 1950
This is Jack Williamson's early 'space opera' science fiction tale, first serialized in Astounding Stories in 1934, and published in book form by Fantasy Press in 1947. 'Galaxy Science Fiction Novels' were published for distribution to newsstands.
by Jay Franklin - Crowell-Collier Pub. , 1950
Lieutenant Jacklin is blown up in a thorium bomb explosion while on the battleship Alaska. He awakens in the body of Winnie Tompkins who had perpetrated the explosion. As Tompkins, he learns of a plot by German agents to poison Franklin D. Roosevelt.
by D M Arnold - VIRTUALimprint , 2006
The EARTHBOUND Series is a set of five character driven stories in a science fiction setting, featuring an ordinary hero with everyday problems: He has a boss, a job that's a grind, a wife who doesn't understand him and a girlfriend on the side...
by John and Shelia Chapman - Smashwords , 2012
When Donna Rigden gets fed up with her job at D'Netics Research Facility she resigns. Big mistake! Donna is now on the hit list of one of the most notorious men in the corporate US. He has no morals and doesn't accept 'No.' ...
by Michael Simms - Smashwords , 2013
Starting in 2014 Oxfordshire, the diary records the life of a journalist, seeking to make his way in the world, and recording his experiences as the world changes around him. What starts off in 2014, becomes more extraordinary as the years pass.
by Luke Burrage - lukeburrage.com , 2012
An experimental science fiction novella by Luke Burrage. Three men sit in a room. Their mission: by the end of the day, create a brand new science fiction adventure story, and it has to include monsters. Whose vision will be realized?
by Gary Weston - Smashwords , 2012
Andrew Foreman hadn't wanted to go to Mars in the first place. But somebody had to look after GenMoP, the genetically modified primate. Foreman had always regarded space travel as a dangerous business, but he had no idea just how dangerous.
by Isaac Asimov - Project Gutenberg , 2010
Youth is a science fiction short story. It first appeared in the May 1952 issue of Space Science Fiction and was reprinted in the 1955 collection The Martian Way and Other Stories. Youth is one of the rare Asimov stories with alien characters.
by K.Z. Freeman - Smashwords , 2012
If you saw how the world will die, what would you do? What could you do? Max Byron is the proxy of a living God, and his God hates him. Or so it would seem. Given the power to bend men to his will, Max scours the world and does his master's bidding.
by Bradley Denton - ManyBooks , 1991
When televisions worldwide begin broadcasting a nonstop live performance by Buddy Holly purporting to originate somewhere in the vicinity of Jupiter, Oliver Vale finds himself drafted for a mission so secret that even he is not sure of its purpose.
by John Scalzi - ManyBooks , 1999
In this slick, lightweight SF yarn from Scalzi, Thomas Stein, a hot young Hollywood agent, has just negotiated a multimillion-dollar deal for his friend, starlet Michelle Beck, when his boss, Carl Lupo, foists a space alien called Joshua on him.
by CL Sumruld - Smashwords , 2011
Satellite research by the World Creationist Society detects a strange geological anomaly in Crab Orchard, Tennessee. A crew of zany Tennessee hillbilly rock pickers are slabbing sandstone in a quarry where even the goats start acting strange.
by R, North, M. Bennardo, D. Malki - Machines of Death , 2010
Machine of Death tells 34 different stories about people who know how they will die. Prepare to have your tears jerked, your spine tingled, your mind blown, your pulse quickened, or your heart warmed. Or better yet, simply prepare to be surprised.
by Kris Neville - Project Gutenberg , 2010
Kris Neville was an American science fiction writer. His most famous work, Bettyann (1970) is considered an underground classic of science fiction. This e-text was produced from Imagination Stories of Science and Fantasy February 1953.
by Sim Pern Chong - Studiorola , 2010
Uncommon Paradigm is a 3D science fiction Art Book as seen through the camera lens of a fictitious space faring photographer. Very cool futuristic vehicle models, awesome landscape renderings, they have an aura of seeming real.
by Charles Willard Diffin - Project Gutenberg , 2010
Brood of the Dark Moon appeared in the August, September, October and November 1931 Astounding Stories. Once more Chet, Walt and Diane are united in a wild ride to the Dark Moon - but this time they go as prisoners of their deadly enemy Schwartzmann.
by Bascom Jones - BooksFairy.com , 2009
Our civilization predates that of Earth's by millions of years. We are an advanced, peaceful race. Yet, since Earth's first rocket landed here thirteen years ago, we have been looked upon as freaks and contemptuously called 'bug-men' behind our backs!
by Cory Doctorow - Tor Teen , 2008
Marcus is a seventeen years old guy who already knows how the system works. He has no trouble outwitting his high school’s clumsy surveillance systems. But his whole world changes when he find himself caught in the aftermath of a terrorist attack.
by Cory Doctorow - Tor Books , 2003
A wholly original mix of a science fiction book and a satire. Jules is 10 year old young man, he's old enough to see the cure for death, to learn 10 languages and compose 3 symphonies, and he takes up residence in Disney World.