Peter F. Hamilton
A short story collection from one of the world's bestselling SF writers
In the future hunger is a thing of the past. Unless you choose to be hungry. The new novel from the 'enfant terrible of British SF' (GUARDIAN).
Adam C. Roberts; Blacksheep
Golden Age SF meets Golden Age Crime from the author Kim Stanley Robinson thinks should have won the Booker.
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