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Finna is a story that blends all the horrors the multiverse has to offer with the everyday awfulness of low-wage work. It explores relationships, capitalism, accountability, labour and love, with a sense of humour and a commitment to the strange.
Snakeskins is a sci-fi thriller examining the repercussions of rejuvenation and cloning on individual identity and on wider society, with the tone of classic John Wyndham stories and the multi-strand storytelling style of TV series such as Humans.
A novel in six interconnected parts about what it means to be human - and where those boundaries lie. Set in our world and the near to distant future, Dayton explores the possible consequences of medical breakthroughs and how they may shape humanity.
In dreamlike prose, award-winning novelist Rabindranath Maharaj weaves a story of fragments in which our narrator comes to believe he was once a comic book writer who warned against humanity's reliance on artificial intelligence.
Living in 2040 in an age of harsh austerity, Ethan Thomas works for a sinister organisation that enforces the 'Sleep Code' – laws which regulate sleep in order to fulfil the United Kingdom's need for economic growth.
Plastic mysteriously begins to liquefy, leading to the failure of major electronics and disruption in the lives of the people of Sycamore River.
A coming-of-age novel about two human-like teen robots navigating high school, basketball, and potentially life-threatening consequences if their true origins are discovered by the inhabitants of their intolerant 1980s Michigan hometown.
In a world where wealthy humans push longevity to extremes and surround themselves with a metal wall, privilege and security relies on the services of cloned Neandertals, and the exploitation of women in the shanty towns beyond the fortress.
Kin Stewart is an everyday family man: working in IT, trying to keep the spark in his marriage, struggling to connect with his teenage daughter. But his current life is a far cry from his previous career...as a time-traveling secret agent from 2142.
London, 2050. The socio-economic crisis is over, consumerism is thriving. Ownership of land is the preserve of a tiny elite, others must pay to earn a Right to Reside. Ageing has been abolished, retirement replaced by euthanasia at a Dignitorium.
It's 2036, twenty-five years after the 'Great Shutdown' destroyed the global communications network. In this post-Internet world, three childhood friends come together to celebrate their fiftieth birthdays.
In a tour-de-force tapestry of science fiction and historical fiction, Andromeda Romano-Lax presents a story set in Japan and Taiwan that spans a century of empire, conquest, progress, and destruction.
A thirteen-year-old girl wakes up in a future where human emotions are extinct and people rely on personal-assistant robots to navigate daily life.
On his 30th birthday, Lor Kowalski is unsure of his sanity. He is haunted by hallucinogens; strung out on stories he can’t piece together. Forced to join his old band, he is dragged under the spell of a mysterious ad for an Arctic festival tour.
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