THE UNTOLD STORY OF THE INVENTION OF THE BATTLEMECH...Break-Away is the first of six novellas detailing the struggle to create the next awesome weapon to rule the battlefield—the BattleMech.
In the mid-25th century, factions of mankind are desperate to invent the next technological leap in warfare—a machine that would give each group an overwhelming advantage... [click here for more]
THE STRUGGLE FOR BATTLEMECH SUPREMACY CONTINUES...
Fifteen years after the Terran Hegemony first fielded the Mackie, the very first BattleMech, the Great House has been running rampant over the other Houses in the Inner Sphere. Any who try to fight the Terrans and their death machines are utterly defeated. But there are other ways to level the battlefield...
And the Lyran Commonwealth... [click here for more]
Lucas, a gifted shaman and member of the Salish-Shidhe Council, is respected for his arcane talents among his tribe. When he’s blinded during a shadowrun on an Evo Corporation outpost, he’s fitted with a set of cybereyes during his recovery. But upon his return to the Council, the tribe banishes him, saying the cyberware he’s accepted makes him unfit to be a shaman. Distraught, Lucas... [click here for more]
LOST ON THE RED PLANET!
When erudite ape Professor Khan and rough-and-tumble cowboy Bulls-Eye Gutierrez are zapped away on a one-way trip to Mars, they are thrown into a world in chaos. Under the malevolent gaze of the Weather Witch, Princess Cyclone, our heroes face the intrigue and war raging across an alien world. Will they survive long enough for the other Centurions to build... [click here for more]
BRAND NEW STORIES OF THE CLASSIC TV SERIES!
Jonathan Blum and Kate Orman are best known for their co-written Doctor Who novels, including Fallen Gods, which won the 2003 Aurealis Award for best Australian science fiction novel. They live in Sydney.
Mediasphere is set between the TV episodes "Powerplay" and "Volcano."
Look over there. Do you see Dayna... [click here for more]
‘We will be risking our lives for a consignment of criminals,’ Avon objected.‘I don’t see anything wrong with that,’ said Jenna.‘There’s a chance of picking up some new recruits, too,’ Gan added.They looked at him and he smiled, jabbing a finger at the transport ship on the view screen. ‘We were in their place,... [click here for more]