Science Fiction (56 Books)


Science fiction is a genre of fiction dealing with imaginary but more or less plausible content such as future settings, futuristic science and technology, space travel, aliens, and paranormal abilities. Exploring the consequences of scientific innovations is one purpose of science fiction, making it a "literature of ideas".

 
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Two Times at the Same Place : The Time that Land Forgot

By: Leslie John Allan

This story deals with the idea that time is composed of layers of probability and causality laid one upon the other, and a slight nudge between two layers of equal probability could shift a person sideways, and put them into two times at the same place.

“I need to go home , Gentlemen. I’m not from here. I’m a traveller from the future. I don’t know how I ended up here, but I know I can’t stay here.” He stopped, and continued wearily, “ I just want to go home.”

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Venéfica : La Reválida: La Reválida

By: Santiago Franco

Había llegado el momento para el que se llevaba preparando toda la vida. El adiestramiento había sido largo, incómodo, lleno de dificultades y de granos. Odió los granos. ¡Ojo! Sólo pensar en los granos le podría... prefirió ni acabar el pensamiento. Pero ya era demasiado tarde y el recuerdo se manifestó como un fugaz latigazo de dolor. Agosto tras agosto de pérfidos granos que se acumulaban inquebrantables. Se controló y ahuyentó el odioso recuerdo y lo suplantó por o...

Había llegado el momento para el que se llevaba preparando toda la vida. El adiestramiento había sido largo, incómodo, lleno de dificultades y de granos. Odió los granos. ¡Ojo! Sólo pensar en los granos le podría... prefirió ni acabar el pensamiento. Pero ya era demasiado tarde y el recuerdo se manifestó como un fugaz latigazo de dolor. Agosto tras agosto de pérfidos granos que se acumulaban inquebrantables. Se controló y ahuyentó el odioso recuerdo y lo suplantó por o...

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The Scientist

By: Shreshth Goyal

A short science fiction novel about two kids and the strange things happening in their home.

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The Teapot, Voyage to the Centre of the Galaxy : Part One

By: Donald Harry Roberts

science fiction at its finest

a voyage of epic proportions

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Dear Earth : Letter 2

By: Donald Harry Roberts

Imagination spectrum

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Dear Earth One

By: Donald Harry Roberts

Draven Dash is the only human on a strange, weird and wonderful world.

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Fahrenheit 451

By: Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451 is a dystopian novel by American writer Ray Bradbury, published in 1953. It is regarded as one of his best works.[3] The novel presents a future American society where books are outlawed and "firemen" burn any that are found.[4] The book's tagline explains the title: "Fahrenheit 451 – the temperature at which book paper catches fire, and burns ..." The novel has been the subject of interpretations focusing on the historical role of book burning in suppr...

The novel is divided into three parts: "The Hearth and the Salamander", "The Sieve and the Sand", and "Burning Bright".

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Brave New World

By: Aldous Huxley

The novel opens in London in AF 632 (AD 2540 in the Gregorian calendar). The society is illuminated by the activities of the novel's central characters, Lenina Crowne and Bernard Marx, and others. Lenina, a hatchery worker, is socially accepted and contented, but Bernard, a psychologist in the Directorate of Hatcheries and Conditioning, is not. He is shorter in stature than the average of his Alpha caste—a quality shared by the lower castes, which gives him an inferiorit...

Brave New World's title derives from Miranda's speech in William Shakespeare's The Tempest, Act V, Scene I:[5] O wonder! How many goodly creatures are there here! How beauteous mankind is! O brave new world, That has such people in't. — William Shakespeare, The Tempest, Act V, Scene I, ll. 203–206[6]

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La Serie V

By: Valentino

Siendo niño viajé mucho por toda América, y a decir verdad no sabría explicar el porqué de este privilegio, salvo que la mayoría de veces solía figurar como “invitado” en tales travesías. Fui, para no traicionar mi educación norteamericana, el centro de las “situaciones”, aunque realmente nunca deseé que fuera así. Debo reconocer que tuve la buena fortuna de haber estudiado en un colegio donde los estudiantes extranjeros predominábamos y eso influyó bastante en que me co...

-Tiene forma de cigarro –decía una. -Es enorme –argumentaba la otra. -Esa nave, o lo que sea, según mi cálculo, tiene el tamaño de una pequeña ciudad –agregó otro que dijo ser ingeniero civil-. Es una construcción imposible para que sea el producto de nuestra tecnología actual. -Jamás lo hubiera creído a no ser que lo haya visto con mis propios ojos –verberó una más cayendo al piso con las manos juntas-. Y ahora que lo veo, se siente como una experiencia religio...

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Bruma

By: Valentino

El dolor no cesaba de martirizarme y otra vez volvió a mí el recuerdo de Míster Hastings. Con gran asombro, descubrí al Bombón Playero encallado cerca del aeropuerto de Roatán, isla abajo. Subí por la proa enterrada en la arena y examiné cada uno de sus rincones. No había rastro de Míster Hastings. Ya en la cabina, pude dar con la bitácora del barco. «Hace treinta años que cerca de estas aguas perdí a mi amigo Narciso Way en las fauces del Gran Segueta», estaba an...

El dolor no cesaba de martirizarme y otra vez volvió a mí el recuerdo de Míster Hastings. Con gran asombro, descubrí al Bombón Playero encallado cerca del aeropuerto de Roatán, isla abajo. Subí por la proa enterrada en la arena y examiné cada uno de sus rincones. No había rastro de Míster Hastings. Ya en la cabina, pude dar con la bitácora del barco. «Hace treinta años que cerca de estas aguas perdí a mi amigo Narciso Way en las fauces del Gran Segueta», estaba an...

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Cyber : La Génesis: Science Fiction and Robotics

By: Valentino

El eco de las balas resonaba en las paredes de la cueva.–¿Sabe qué, profesor? ¡Vea qué triste ironía! Hoy me doy cuenta de que no sénada de la vida. Soy un completo ignorante de las cosas, a pesar de que me es-forcé siempre por encontrar la verdad de las mismas. No sé si usted alguna vezsintió y pensó lo mismo que yo, profesor, no lo sé, pero qué sensación más frus-trante la que se siente. Sí, y estoy llorando, profesor…, sí, así como usted me lorecomendó una vez…, cuand...

Hasán se contuvo. Humo y fuego podían observarse más allá del pasaje; supuseque los mercenarios no podrían encontrarnos, pues por sus gritos de algarabía,pensé que quizá celebraban el reparto de algún botín. Vi a Hasán adelantarsehacia la fisura.–¡Espera, Hasán! –le susurré agitado. Éste, dubitativo, se detuvo–. No temas. Yperdóname lo que te voy a decir, ya que contraviene tus creencias: nosotros notememos a las maldiciones. Tememos, eso sí, a las malas acciones de los ...

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La bestia del Baical : La Odisea Rusa (escrito en grafía moderna),...

By: Valentino

–Señores: bienvenidos. Dejaré a un lado los formalismos i expondré sin tapujos el objetivo de nuestra misión: desvelar el misterio ce rodea las desapariziones de barcos en el lago Baical, situado al sur de la Siberia. Ese será el objeto de nuestra tarea, i estos son los motivos ce nos mueven a realizarla: El Baical, cuya riceza ecolójica es extraordinaria, es, además, una de las mayores fuentes jeneradoras de riceza económica de la rejión. Desgraziadamente, en los último...

–Bruno, vení, azercáte. Observá el radar uno. ¿Ves esos otros puntos allá, en el fondo, zerca de las formaziones de granito? ¿Los ves? Creo ce son restos de embarcaziones… –¡Eureca, Bruno! ¡Es un zementerio marino! «Bruno», escuxé por el audífono, «Soy Xernov. No entrés a la fisura. Volvéte. El sonar me indica ce una gran masa se azerca a ustedes. Esto no me gusta. ¡Esperá! El SAR me dize c´esa cosa empieza ´azender del fondo abisal. Va´zia a ustedes. ¡Lárgense d´allí en...

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The Nysse

By: Chris Saferos

A book about my experience with schizophrenia.

The phrase “it all began” normally refers to stories about the beginning of the universe, but since every story creates infinite branches and brings to mind universal models, I choose to begin my story likewise.

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Prediction

By: Jack Williams

A man predicts an assassination.

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Money

By: Jack Williams

A stock trader is murdered.

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Tomorrow it Rains : All the Dying Flowers

By: Dylan Rush

In an apocalyptic Nebraska, where it hasn't rained in years, water has become a valuable commodity. At a time when no one can be trusted, 16-year-old Rabbit, is about to find out, just how far the government will go, to reserve resources for those they deem worthy- and for those they do not. Its up to Rabbit, and her father, to find a way to survive, in a chaotic world filled with thirst.

It’s been four years since the last rainfall graced mother earth with its presence. Crops have withered away, wildlife has diminished, and the world has gone crazy with thirst. I have been scavenging for water wherever I could find it- abandoned homes, and from the rubble of burned out buildings mostly, but it’s never enough. My lips are constantly chapped, and my skin is as dry as a lizard. I try to drink just enough to survive, because I never know when my next score o...

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Einsteiner

By: VK Fourstone

What happens if the capacities of four scientists get downloaded into one computer? The joined brain will be able to solve the most complicated tasks at a high rate. And what if add the creative potential of a few hundred people more? The artificial intellect will not just memorize it all, but produce any kind of solution, putting it together like a jigsaw puzzle. The creator of the “Einsteiner” a bio-generated hardware, working on human creative energy, has disappear...

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STORMCALL : The E.M.F. Chronicles

By: T. A. Marks

Join the adventures of Mark Prior, a twenty two year old Brit, in an incredible journey across Europe as he uncovers, alongside his friends, a hidden and primeval power. Follow the story of the four friends as they release the blue lightning, trapped inside a forgotten relic from a time long lost, and witness their change from young university graduates to beings of extraordinary power.

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NumbaCruncha

By: Rigby Taylor

NumbaCruncha begins with a chilling peek into the near future, when Sebastian and Jarek, now in their eighties, confront a particularly vile religious autocrat, whose reign of terror has led to the destruction of their laboratories, but not their secret weapon. We then take a thousand year leap to a future city state in which the human aptitude for duplicitous and unjust social schemes has reached its logical culmination in Oasis, a flesh-crawlingly evil dystopia rul...

1: Somewhere in Far North Queensland Towards the End of the Twenty-first Century. ‘Make sure there’s nothing left to salvage, or tomorrow there’ll be nothing left of you.’ The priest’s twisted smile, more venomous than his customary frown, underlined the threat. Ignoring the nervous nods of his sweating acolytes, he turned, raised an imperial finger in warning and waddled back to his limousine, slashing the air with his stick to ward off mute offers of assistance from...

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Entwined Realities : The Epic Tragedy of Neanderthal and Modern Human

By: Roc Hale

In 2055 humanity is confronting countless hardships inflicted on them by the powerful evil in control of the world. The Great Catastrophe had unfolded in waves that affected the environment, economy and society, and now enslaved the few hundred million survivors. As readers would expect from today’s trends, food was in short supply from runaway climate change, life support systems were overloaded with toxins, and ecosystems and the energy supply had collapsed. The sto...

“Wow!” said Edde. “What we learned about the bastards casually through our talks over the years makes more sense to me now. They acquired power stealthily and misused it to control humanity in accordance with how they saw the world, which was and still is connected to their brain structures. The world they see, the reality they act within, is reckless, selfish, cold and destructive, in contrast to our normal more cautious, altruistic, warm and creative reality.” “Yeah,...

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