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A collection of short fiction and novellas showcases the work of such popular science fiction writers as Alastair Reynolds, Stephen Baxter, and John Meaney.
An eclectic collection of all-original science fiction stories from some of the foremost luminaries in the genre. Featuring new tales of far future murder, first contact, love and war from such well-regarded and award winning authors as Peter F. Hamilton, Stephen Baxter, Adam Roberts, Jeffrey Thomas, Eric Brown, Paul Di Filippo, Neal Asher, Jay Lake and Ian Watson, this collection is sure to delight all fans of good science fiction. "A wide range of topics and diverse styles characterizes this enjoyable collection of science-fiction stories. While mediocre science fiction fails to work on any level other than the conceptual, the best of the stories in this new Solaris anthology successfully navigate both conceptual and emotional territory... Editor Mann has gathered a collection that should appeal to science-fiction buffs, and make a worthwhile introduction for novices. Stands as proof that science fiction is alive and well." Kirkus Discoveries, VNU US Literary Group
A collection of short fiction and novellas showcases the work of popular science fiction writers such as Peter Watts, Kay Kenyon, and Robert Reed, whose tales range from futuristic murder mysteries to stories of love and war.
A compelling anthology of never-before-published fantasy fiction represents an array of genres, including fable, fairy tale, epic quest, urban mystery, and more, by such acclaimed talents as Janny Wurts, Hal Duncan, Juliet E. McKenna, Tim Pratt, Jake Lake, Jeff Vandermeer, and Chris Roberson, among others. Original.
Having re-affirmed Solaris’ proud reputation for producing high quality science fiction anthologies in the first volume, Solaris Rising 2 is the next collection in this exciting series. Featuring stories by Allan Steele, Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Kim Lakin-Smith, Paul Cornell, Eugie Foster, Nick Harkaway, Nancy Kress, Kay Kenyon, James Lovegrove, Robert Reed, Mercurio D. Rivera, Norman Spinrad, Adrian Tchaikovsky, Liz Williams, Vandana Singh, Martin Sketchley and more. These stories are guaranteed to surprise, thrill and delight, and maintain our mission to demonstrate why science fiction remains the most exiting, varied and inspiring of all fiction genres. In Solaris Rising we showed both the quality and variety that modern SF can produce. In Solaris Rising 2, we’re taking that much, much further.
Something's not right with the Ghost's friend Ginny and not just the fact she's still drinking... something happened to her in Cairo out on the dig. Something that's related to a strange cult known as The Circle of Thoth a baboon with a clockwork eye dust devils on Fifth Avenue robed assassins sacrificial rites a 'resurrection machine' and a ghostly figure clad in trailing bandages seen floating over the rooftops of the city.
Inside the Seattle Preservation Dome, it?s always the Fifth of October, the city caught in an endless time loop. Outside, the world lies in apocalyptic ruin. ?Reformed? graffiti artist Ian Palmer is the only one who knows the truth, and he is desperate to wake up the rest of the city before the alien Curator of the living museum erases Ian?s identity forever. Small-town teenager Kylie is one of the few survivors to escape both the initial shock wave and the poison rains that followed. Now she must make her way across the blasted lands, pursued by a mad priest and menaced by skin-and-bone things that might once have been human. Her destination is the Preservation, and her mission is to destroy it. But once inside, she meets Ian, and together they discover that the Preservation?s reality is even stranger than it appears.

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