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Take No Prisoners
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 133,640. Language: English. Published: March 7, 2011 by Infinity Plus. Categories: Fiction » Anthologies » Short stories - single author
In the fifteen superbly literary stories of this, his first collection, Hugo- and World Fantasy Award-winning author John Grant goes to places other fantasy and SF writers have yet to find on the map. Take No Prisoners is a magnificent demonstration of why his imagination has been described as defying all genre categorization. This new e-edition includes two bonus novelettes.
The Big Time
Series: Crossroad Press Classics, Book 1. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 39,090. Language: English. Published: November 18, 2010 by Crossroad Press. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
This Hugo Award winning novel dripped from the pen of master author Fritz Leiber, and was originall published in two parts in the pulp magazine, Galaxy Science Fiction in March and April of 1958. This is a classic work of time travel, pitting two warring factions, both with the ability to travel through time against one another in a tapestry of changed events and altnernate futures.
The Complete Guide to the Year’s Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror
Price: Free! Words: 58,470. Language: English. Published: May 14, 2010. Categories: Nonfiction » Reference » Publishing and books, Fiction » Science fiction » General
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A complete list of the stories in every Year's Best Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror book, grouped by editor and ordered by volume.
Act One
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 19,620. Language: English. Published: April 8, 2010 by Phoenix Pick. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General
“One of the best of the year...a compelling novella about a once-famous actress and her devoted manager who get much more publicity of an unfortunate sort when they inadvertently become embroiled with an act of biological terrorism with potentially world-changing results.” — Gardner Dozois, Locus