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Soldiers of Paradise [Starbridge Chronicles Book 1]
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Paul Park
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 116,000
Price: $6.99
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Publisher: ElectricStory.com
Where the seasons last for generations, hard winter makes for hard religion. The worlds of the solar system are the hells through which all souls must incarnate on their journey to Paradise; all, that is, but the Starbridges, nobles who serve to enforce the "divine will." In the lowest slums of the city-state of Charn, a Starbridge doctor and a drunken prince defy the law to aid the poor. Their compassion will lead them into the heart of a revolution, just on the eve of spring, with its strange and treacherous sugar rain. More



A Song For Lya
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George R. R. Martin
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 24,000
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Publisher: ElectricStory.com       Publication Date: Jun 2005       First Pub:: Analog June 1994
Two telepaths investigate the newly discovered world of Shkea, where every native inhabitant, and an increasing number of human colonists, worships a mysterious and deadly parasite. Winner of the 1975 Hugo Award for Best Novella. More



Sugar Rain [Starbridge Chronicles Book 2]
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Paul Park
Genre: Science Fiction
Word Count: 125,000
Price: $6.99
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Publisher: ElectricStory.com
A generations-long winter has drawn to a close, and with it the power of the tyrannical Starbridge theocracy that maintained order during the years of hunger. But a cruelly pragmatic priest has set the stage for a new faith. As Thanakar struggles in exile to find a harbor for his adopted family, Charity Starbridge undertakes a mythic journey, passing through various underworlds to join him. Sugar Rain was a finalist for the Locus Reader Poll Award. More



Unicorn Mountain
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Michael Bishop
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 156,000
Price: $6.99
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Publisher: ElectricStory.com
Unicorns roam Libby Quarrels' mountain ranch. When she brings the AIDS-afflicted Bo Gavin to live with her in Colorado, she sees no connection between his disease and the fantastic secret she guards. But it so happens the unicorns have a similar plague of their own. While Libby's Indian ranch hand Sam is stalked by his wife's headless ghost, his estranged daughter has visions that propel her toward the grueling Sun Dance ritual, where an encounter with the spirit world may decide the fate of unicorns and humans alike. Winner of the Mythopoeic Fantasy Award! More



The Vampire Tapestry
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Suzy McKee Charnas
Genre: Fantasy
Word Count: 90,000
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Publisher: ElectricStory.com
Hailed by Stephen King as "scary and suspenseful" and "unputdownable," and by Peter Beagle, author of The Last Unicorn, as "The best vampire novel I have ever read," The Vampire Tapestry examines the classic monster as a biological, rather than supernatural, predator who awakens from hibernation every few decades needing to relearn human culture. More



The World Beyond the Hill: Science Fiction and the Quest for Transcendence
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Alexei Panshin
Cory Panshin
Genre: Nonfiction
Word Count: 280,000
Price: $9.99

Publisher: ElectricStory.com       Publication Date: Jan 2000
In 1990, Alexei and Cory Panshin's massive history of science fiction, The World Beyond the Hill, won the Hugo award in competition with books by Arthur C. Clarke, Ursula LeGuin, and Harlan Ellison. Isaac Asimov called it, "The best, the BEST, history of science fiction I have ever read." Exploring the genre from its roots in the Romantic Period to the late 20th century, the Panshins make the case for science fiction as modern mythology. The ElectricStory edition includes hyperlinked contents, index, and notes sections for easy navigation. More


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