Mega-City One, 2101 AD. Psi-Judge Cassandra Anderson’s second year on the streets as a full-Eagle Judge.
There’s trouble brewing in the Eee-Zee Rest; biker gangs, kidnappings and riots are all pretty standard in Mega-City One, but the block is off-limits – the owner’s just too clean to investigate.
Seconded to another division, Anderson gets suspicious: something’s... [click here for more]
Professor Bullfinch has created a radio telescope ("dish") for the government which will try to determine if extraterrestrials are trying to contact Earth. When Danny sneaks into the observatory, he hears non-random sounds coming from space. He then must figure out how to translate the sounds.
The observatory described in the book is similar to the real life SETI project!
Note: This... [click here for more]
Mega-City One, 2101 AD. Psi-Judge Cassandra Anderson’s first year on the streets as a full-Eagle Judge is at an end.
Haunted by a strange dream of storm and shadow, Anderson learns she’s been infected by a psychic virus – and is Patient Zero of an epidemic that could spread to everyone in the Meg.
Tracing the infection to a dangerously gifted mutant out in the Cursed Earth, she... [click here for more]
“YOU READY, ROOKIE?”
In years to come, Cassandra Anderson will be a living legend, Psi-Division’s most famous Judge. But for now it’s 2100, and a young Judge Anderson is fresh out of the Academy, the Eagle still gleaming on her shoulder. It’s time to put her training—and her judgement—to the test.
Tackling a love-obsessed telepathic killer at a Valentine’s... [click here for more]
It’s the summer of 1985. Sergeant Matt Dahl is a tanker, dedicated to his crew and country. Private Mike Hudson is an infantry grunt, dedicated only to himself. Colonel Michael Balakirev is a Russian paratrooper, dedicated to holding the Tanenhause Bridge. These men are among the hundreds of thousands of men and women embroiled in the Third World War, NATO’s struggle to stall the Soviet... [click here for more]
The 1932 novelization of the film that launched a monster-movie legend, now with brand-new pulp-inspired illustrations!
Ann Darrow was a down-on-her-luck actress struggling to survive in Depression-era New York when she met moviemaker Carl Denham. He offered her the starring role in his latest film: a documentary about a long-lost island—and the godlike ape named Kong rumored... [click here for more]
Philadelphia, some time in the 21st century--Casper Beech is a corporate drone, a man beaten down by debt, a wage-slave to the Consortium that dominates the American economy.
One day his boss sends him in for neural imprinting -- to have new job skills implanted directly in his brain, because it's faster and cheaper than training him by older methods. But a computer glitch loads the wrong file,... [click here for more]