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    Author: Philip F. Margo
    Publisher: Eloquent Books
    ISBN-10: 1608600114:  ISBN-13: 978-1608600113
     


    Author: Gilman, Felix
    Publisher: Tom Doherty Associates
    ISBN: 978-0-7653-2552-5
     
    Psychological insights into the functioning of those living in the mythical old and new world are key to understanding the progression of The Half-Made World.

    Author: Sherrida Woodley

    ISBN: 978-1-936178-18-6

    Science fiction intertwines with the story of a woman on the trail of lost love in Sherrida Woodley’s debut novel about a world hurtling toward a horrific apocalypse .


    Author: David Gelber

    Publisher: Ruffian Press

    ISBN: 978-0-9820763-4-7


    David Gelber's second Christian Science Fiction novel, Joshua and Aaron: ITP Book Two contains quite a smorgasbord with its mixed bag of themes from love, religion, corporate greed, power, domination, exploitation, futuristic medicine, to a host of others that are cleverly interwoven into the plot.

    Author: Julie Achterhoff
    ISBN: 978-0-9822-7225-1
    Publisher: All Things That Matter Press

    This book is recommended for all science fiction, psychic, and end-times readers. The science and psychic portions might be hard for some to understand or accept, but they are well reasoned and evidently strongly believed in by the author



    Author: Nan Becklean
    Publisher: BookLocker
    ISBN: 978-1-60145-747-9


    Author: Lawrence Lapin
    ISBN: 978-0-9821020-0-8

    This novel is about immortality—whether it’s a good thing and what you do when you get it




    Author:  Tracy Richardson
    ISBN: 978-1-935462-25-5

    I loved this book.  The writer really delved into all the areas of teenage angst.  From the gut-wrenching scenes of peer-pressure to the maximum, when poor Marcie has to find a way to fit into a world that she doesn’t understand – and, doesn’t even like – to the effects that big business has on nature conservancy and the preservation of the past – the author has found a way to focus on major issues in an absolutely fun and exciting way.




    Author: Vincent Lowry
    ISBN: 978-1-934937-35-8:  ISBN: 978-934937-35-5
    Publisher: Mill City Press

    Science fiction fans that enjoy the genre and don’t demand deep science explanations—but love fantasy and action—will find an enjoyable read in this book




    Author: Jeremy R. Lent
    ISBN: 978-0-9810735-0-7
    Publisher: lilbros libertad

    Lent's prose mixed in with a healthy dose of science fiction is as gifted as it is fearless leaving readers in a state of exhaustion but surprisingly exhilarated to have the opportunity to partake in this most unusual hearing. Perhaps this was Lent's objective? If so, he has succeeded admirably.





    Author: Marvin L. Zimmerman
    Publisher: Synergy Books
    ISBN: 978-1-933538-99-6

    To find the solution for humanity’s threatened future on the planet, a Nobel laureate scientist is researching the synthesis of a molecule that will give human embryos exceptional development so as to produce geniuses who may save world’ life from extinction.



    Author: George Karnikis
    Outskirts Press
    ISBN: 978-1-4327-2898-4

    The word Anastrophe, derives from the Greek word for turning things around, and that is what this ambitious novel envisions for a planet ravaged by environmental degradation and the indiscriminate use of nuclear power.



    Author: Ray Melnik
    ISBN: 978-1-4401-2856-1
    Publisher: iUniverse





    Author: David Gelber
    ISBN: 978-0-9820763-0-9
    Publisher: Ruffian Press
     

    David Gelber’s ITP: FUTURE HOPE is such a strong thought provoking Christian Science Fiction novel that there is a danger in writing too much or too complexly about it.




    Author:  Kevin J. Anderson

    ISBN:  978-0-06-134075-8

    The Last Days of Krypton is a science fiction/fantasy tale of the history and past of the iconic superhero, Superman.  The story starts before his parents find each other and before General Zod and his two faithful followers are sent to the phantom zone.  The planet Krypton thrives with a society of complacent citizens and a government that is lax in helping their own people when the moment arises to do so.  The story tells of strong characters trying to do the right thing when all forces are playing against them.  The author captures the action, the emotion and the story of what makes the story of Superman so great. 




    Author:  Kevin J. Anderson

    ISBN:  978-0-316-00757-3

    The Ashes of Worlds is the conclusion in The Saga of Seven Suns and the seventh book in this exciting science fiction epic series.  If you haven't read the rest of the series, don't miss out on the preceding books:  Book 1-Hidden Empire, Book 2-A Forest of Stars, Book 3-Horizon Storms, Book 4-Scattered Suns, Book 5-Of Fire and Night and Book 6-Metal Swarm.




    Review: The Nexus Colony



    Author: G.F. Schreader
    ISBN: 143270088x
    Publisher: Outskirts Press

    This story is set in present-day Antarctica, where The Ice is almost a living thing that pervades all aspects of daily life. On a scientific mission, unknown items are found embedded in the ice. They are brought back to McMurdo base as scientific oddities, then quickly snatched up by the US Government when they are found to be not of human origin.


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