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In a world of transhuman survival and horror, technology allows the re-shaping of bodies and minds, but also creates opportunities for oppression and puts the capability for mass destruction in the hands of everyone. Other threats lurk in the devastated habitats of the Fall, dangers both familiar and alien.
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A trio of Firewall agents investigate a criminal racket that turns average citizens into monsters—before extracting their bodily fluids for dubious purposes.
Nostrum takes place in the Eclipse Phase universe. It appears in the Firewall sourcebook, and is the second story in a three part series, following El Destino Verde and followed by Termites in the Framework. The complete... [click here for more]
Jake Carter’s hunt for his missing sentinel had taken him, by buggy and by mesh, in a wide arc around the Titan Quarantine Zone. Bobdog LaGrange had been missing for three days, and the trail Bobdog’d had his nose on wasn’t one that led anyplace good.
The disappearance of a neo-bonobo Firewall sentinel leads to a disturbing criminal operation and... [click here for more]
“Interference” takes place in the Eclipse Phase universe. The story will appears in the Transhuman sourcebook.
This download includes Into the White in ePub, Mobi, and PDF formats.
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“Something put a fist full of fractal branching digits through his chest and took apart enough of his vital organs to kill him.”
The mysterious death of a scientist on the TITAN-altered moon Iapetus leads to an investigation of the research station's personnel that eventually reveals one of the moon's dark secrets.
“Into the White” takes place... [click here for more]
This version of Lack contains 3 files for different electronic book readers: ePub, PDF, and MOBI (Amazon Kindle) format. It won't sync wirelessly to your Kindle, though; you'll need to connect it via USB and drag it over. It never ceases to shock when time slips away from me. Two weeks. Gone. Completely wiped from my existence. Two weeks ago, there was another me, sleeved in another... [click here for more]