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infinity plus: titles by genre: science fiction

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Can Erasmus and Roka overcome the fiendish defences of the Factory? Will the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden stop them, or will Sir Tantalus himself step in? Who will learn the Factory's terrible secrets? The final part of a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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Stories from the back of the brain. A vast array of brilliant and sometimes puzzling pieces of prose from "Arguably the finest writer of short fiction today, in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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In which unstoppable time meets immoveable space... A headlong romp through time and space from an author whose "...enthralling writing transforms myths into reality" (SFX). (...more)
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With the diabolical agents of the Clockwork Garden on their trail and Sir Tantalus Blackmore's crooked men closing in, Kora and her friend Erasmus Darwin must survive from day to day and try to uncover the monstrous plots surrounding them. A breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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A girl with two souls and a father who will stop at nothing, gets drawn into a breathtaking adventure through an alternative Edwardian Britain and beyond, where clockwork automata and their makers threaten to change the world forever. (...more)
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The Fall of Tartarus The Fall of Tartarus by Eric Brown
In myth Tartarus was the lowest region of hell. In reality it is a world about to die... These are the stories of the people who are leaving Tartarus, those have decided to stay and those who are arriving on the planet for the apocalypse. "Eric Brown spins a terrific yarn"--SFX "British writing with a deft, understated touch: wonderful" --New Scientist (...more)
No Grave For A Fox No Grave For A Fox by Stephen Palmer
The story of a couple of itinerant street musicians, a mysterious Japanese dog, an enigmatic nexus wizard, and a nexus revolution that threatens to cover Africa, and perhaps the whole world. A fast-paced, philosophical thriller that takes the reader across the globe through a post-oil world of danger, surprise and possibility. (...more)
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In the 22nd century the aether is a telepathic cyberspace, biochips augment human brains and AIs, concepts, even symbols can be dangerous. (...more)
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A gang of biker nuns rides out on a mysterious rescue mission in this dazzling work of metaphysical science fiction. Marooned on Schell Isle in a pre-apocalyptic near future, the women are waiting. The men have all gone to war - the ultimate sexist act - but when they come back will they be welcomed? An extraordinary look at women in the contemporary world. (...more)
Beautiful Intelligence Beautiful Intelligence by Stephen Palmer
AI or BI? Artificial intelligence or beautiful intelligence? The race to create a sentient machine is headed by two teams, but with a Japanese chase team close on their heels, will either be successful before they are trapped and caught? A fast-paced, philosophical thriller that confronts questions of how we will create artificial sentience, and whether it will be beautiful. (...more)
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Deep Future Deep Future by Eric Brown
Deep Future collects ten tales of the past, present and future by the award-winning author of the best selling Helix. Whether he's writing about aliens coming to Earth, virtual reality, alternate worlds or immortal men, Brown imbues his fictions with a concern for character and an abiding passion for story, underlining his position as one of Britain's finest SF writers. (...more)
Rites of Passage Rites of Passage by Eric Brown
Rites of Passage gathers four long stories from a British Science-Fiction Award-winning author. Stories of a Victorian London facing the threat of alien invasion, a strange world where the sun is fixed eternally overhead, the struggle to survive in a near-future post-apocalypse, and a far-future Earth where giant crabs and a swollen sun threaten humanity's very existence. (...more)
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Fish Eats Lion Fish Eats Lion by Jason Erik Lundberg (editor)
Fish Eats Lion collects the best original speculative fiction from Singapore, from emerging writers publishing their first work to winners of the Singapore Literature Prize and the Cultural Medallion. A celebration of the vibrant creative power underlying Singapore's inventive prose stylists, where what is considered normal and what is strange are blended in fantastic new ways. (...more)
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Expatria: the box set Expatria: the box set by Keith Brooke
A lost colony, rediscovered by descendants of its original investors... When the expedition from the Holy Corporation of GenGen arrives on Expatria, for some it looks like salvation from a backward-looking, superstition-ridden society, but for others, it looks suspiciously like an invasion. "In the recognized front ranks of SF writers" Locus (...more)
Flowercrash Flowercrash by Stephen Palmer
Zaïdmouth's five communities are intertwined by artificial flower networks so complex they combine to create the virtual realities through which Za├»dmouth is run. Yet into this vivid world a bad seed is about to be sewn. Set in a vibrant future world, Flowercrash is the new novel from the acclaimed author of Memory Seed and Glass. (...more)
Glass Glass by Stephen Palmer
A plague is spreading through the city of Cray. Nobody knows its origin and nobody has discovered a cure. Cray is dying. Of glass. As the city's ruling council resorts to increasingly desperate measures to maintain order, two people's lives are about to change... (...more)
Memory Seed Memory Seed by Stephen Palmer
There is one city left, and soon that will be gone, for the streets of Kray are crumbling beneath a wave of exotic and lethal vegetation threatening to wipe out the last traces of humanity. In the desperate struggle for survival most Krayans live from day to day, awaiting salvation from their goddesses or the government. A compelling first novel set on a world both deadly and fascinating. (...more)
The Fabulous Beast The Fabulous Beast by Garry Kilworth
A set of beautifully crafted tales of the imagination from "the best short story writer in any genre" (New Scientist). (...more)
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Salvage Salvage by Eric Brown
The Salvageman Ed series of linked stories - four of which appear here for the first time - combine action, humour and pathos, from the master of character-based adventure science fiction. (...more)
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Parallax View Parallax View by Keith Brooke and Eric Brown
Stories that examine the interface between human and alien - a parallax view from two of Britain's top science fiction writers, both shortlisted for the 2013 Philip K Dick Award. (...more)
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Blue Shifting Blue Shifting by Eric Brown
Take a journey into an extraordinary universe where mankind has become Augmented or Altered, where zebra-men talk with unicorn-women, and where you can break the chains of physics in the cobalt glory of the Nada-continuum. (...more)
infinity plus: quintet infinity plus: quintet by Garry Kilworth, Lisa Tuttle, Neil Williamson, Stephen Palmer and Eric Brown (compiled by Keith Brooke)
Five stories from top writers of speculative fiction: science fiction, fantasy and the downright strange, stories from the heart, stories to make you think and wonder. (...more)
The Accord The Accord by Keith Brooke
When Noah and Priscilla escape into the Accord, Priscilla's murderous husband plots to destroy the whole Accord and them with it. Where does the pursuit of revenge stop for immortals in an eternal world? (...more)
Genetopia Genetopia by Keith Brooke
The wilds: a world where genes mutate and migrate between species through plague and fever, but that's where Flint must go... "A minor masterpiece that should usher Brooke at last into the recognized front ranks of SF writers" (Locus) (...more)
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In Eric Brown's landmark first collection of stories, fear, desire, love and redemption are forged with an innovative and stunning science-fiction imagination, creating eight exotic tales of tomorrow. (...more)
The Emoticon Generation The Emoticon Generation by Guy Hasson
Seven stories about life-changes brought about by our new electronic generation: stories that blur the borders between our world and science fiction. (...more)
What happens when every wish you make is immediately granted by God? If you could use the power of music to travel through time? If your body was the battleground for a strange, alien invasion? In turns humorous, lyrical, profound - but always entertaining - these are the haunting tales of an author at the height of his power. (...more)
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Penumbra Penumbra by Eric Brown
When a young tug pilot's career is ruined by a collision he has no choice but to accept a risky commission to a remote planet. (...more)
Lizard Lust Lizard Lust by Lisa Tuttle
An ordinary woman is torn from her normal life and thrust into a weird alternate reality where the power to structure relationships, and even to travel between worlds, resides in the living bodies of small green lizards. (...more)
The Euonymist The Euonymist by Neil Williamson
A rich and rewarding read from a stylish new Scottish talent (World Fantasy Award-winner Jeff VanderMeer). (...more)
Jurassic and the Great Tree Jurassic and the Great Tree by Keith Brooke
Only one man may come. And so we three are here, riding in the body of one. (...more)
Hallucinating Hallucinating by Stephen Palmer
Europe, 2049, and an alien invasion is imminent. Or is it a hallucination? A unique vision from the author of Memory Seed and Glass. (...more)
The Bone Flute The Bone Flute by Lisa Tuttle
A planet where love once experienced can never die. Nebula Award-winning fiction. (...more)
Playmate Playmate by Kit Reed
The little boy next door is just so good. In fact, he's pretty much perfect. (...more)
Death as art. Powerful and clever science fiction from the two times winner of the BSFA short story award. (...more)
Head Shots Head Shots by Keith Brooke
What if the paparazzi could read their targets' minds? Contemporary SF from an author described by Locus as belonging in "the recognized front ranks of SF writers". (...more)
The Time-Lapsed Man The Time-Lapsed Man by Eric Brown
Classic short science fiction, and winner of the 1988 Interzone poll for best story of the year. (...more)
Approaching Omega Approaching Omega by Eric Brown
The colonisation mission has failed, three of the five colony sleeper hangars have been destroyed... Time to adjust mission parameters. Classic SF from international bestseller Eric Brown. (...more)
Meridian Days Meridian Days by Eric Brown
Meridian seemed like the perfect place for Bob Benedict to escape the tragedy of his past but soon it's all he can do just to survive... (...more)
From cyberpunk visions of post-human futures to traditional tales of alien encounter and time travel, ten science fiction stories from the two times winner of the BSFA short story award. (...more)
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The Ephemera The Ephemera by Neil Williamson
Eighteen stories of impermanence, change, ephemera from an author described by World Fantasy Award-winner Jeff VanderMeer as "a stylish new Scottish talent". (...more)
infinities infinities by infinity plus and friends: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile
infinities is an anthology; it's a sampler; it's a catalogue for works published by infinity plus and our friends in the writing world. And it's free. Authors are: Eric Brown, John Grant, Anna Tambour, Keith Brooke, Garry Kilworth, Iain Rowan, Kaitlin Queen, Linda Nagata, Scott Nicholson, Kristine Kathryn Rusch and Steven Savile. (...more)
Take No Prisoners Take No Prisoners by John Grant
Fifteen superbly literary stories of the fantastic from Hugo- and World Fantasy Award-winning author John Grant. (...more)
Multiple personalities fighting for control of a single body; a single personality constantly splitting and reinventing itself and its past; a Mars that never was; an interstellar war that has always been. (...more)
A brash entrepreneur buys a small company as a platform for his big ideas. He has a vision for the future of humankind, and the company will stop at nothing to get its own way. (...more)
A world where islands of rock float on a molten sea, a man whose son flies high while he can only watch, a seaside town held together by the belief of its inhabitants. (...more)
Segue: into the strange Segue: into the strange by Keith Brooke
Sidestep into modern Himalayan legend, join an ocean crossing that traverses more than just the sea; discover an 18th century mermaid incursion, and try to dodge the paparazzi in your head. (...more)