The Red: First Light

The Red: First Light by Linda Nagata

by Linda Nagata
$6.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-937197-14-8

“…an amazing novel… The Red: First Light is a dark, intelligent, cynical take on military SF. It’s an excellent novel that deserves a much larger audience.” —Stefan Raets, Tor.com

There Needs to Be a War Going on Somewhere: Lieutenant James Shelley commands a high-tech squad of soldiers in a rural district within the African Sahel. They hunt insurgents each night on a harrowing patrol, guided by three simple goals: protect civilians, kill the enemy, and stay alive—because in a for-profit war manufactured by the defense industry there can be no cause worth dying for. To keep his soldiers safe, Shelley uses every high-tech asset available to him—but his best weapon is a flawless sense of imminent danger . . . as if God is with him, whispering warnings in his ear. Hazard Notice: contains military grade profanity.

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The Pure Cold Light

The Pure Cold Light

by Gregory Frost
$4.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-1-61138-236-5

What terrible knowledge did he possess that had to be destroyed?

The Fantasy…The Memory…The Box: A catatonic spacer has experienced it. He can reveal nothing.

The Fire…The Pain…The Dead: The mega-corporations nurture it–to maximize profits and enslave a planet.  They will reveal nothing.

The Scent…The Visions…The Secret: Guerrilla activist and rebel journalist Thomasina Lyell has discovered it–and the conspiracy threatening the basis of human civilization. She must experience it herself, its destructive, mind-shattering power. She must reveal everything!

The Future Before Her Eyes. The Story of a Lifetime, a World gone Mad. Her Doom…and the Death of Humankind.

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Limit of Vision

Book cover for Limit of Vision by Linda Nagata

by Linda Nagata
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-0-9831100-6-4

Survive long enough, and strangeness becomes cliché.

Virgil Copeland, Randall Panwar, and Gabrielle Villanti are all brilliant young biotechnologists, working together on an artificial life-form affectionately known as “LOVs,” an acronym for Limit Of Vision, because in size LOVs are just at the boundary of what the human eye can easily see. LOVs contain bioengineered human neurons. They enhance brain function when implanted in test animals. Experimentation on humans is, of course, highly illegal.
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Tech-Heaven

Tech-Heaven by Linda Nagata

A Prequel to the Nanotech Succession
by Linda Nagata
$5.99 (Novel) ISBN 978-0-9831100-0-2

For Katie Kishida, the nanotechnology revolution begins with an act of love.

Katie is a young mother with a successful career and a loving marriage, when her perfect life is shattered by the sudden death of her husband, Tom. Putting her faith in a science that hasn’t been invented yet, Katie has Tom’s body placed in cryonic suspension—frozen in liquid nitrogen against a time when advances in nanotechnology might heal his injuries and restore his life.
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