As a college student in Atlanta, Andrew Patel discovered Friedrich Nietzsche during a late-night study session. In the decade since, he has striven to live by the philosopher’s principles, upgrading his body with cybernetics to transcend the merely human and using the local underworld as his scaffolding to join a more select race of beings. Life is good.
But the superhero Silverbolt threatens all this with his war against the gangs employing Patel’s expertise in merging man and machine. Cornered in a gang safe-house one night, Patel must fight to protect this threat to his lifestyle, but he may not be the only übermensch in Atlanta…
The good guys get all the glory. Time to see things from a different point of view.
Two months ago, cyborg and Nietzsche enthusiast Andrew Patel defeated Atlanta superhero Silverbolt in battle but chose to spare his life. An evening at a charity gala with his girlfriend turns awkward when Patel discovers his host is none other than Silverbolt.
Then a gang of armed robbers attacks the party. Now superhero and supervillain must join forces to protect those they hold dear.
God Drug is an incredible journey into a mind altering reality–or is it reality? Experimenting with this drug is like no other experience you’ve ever had, your mind and existence bend and the adventure begins! A ground breaking science fiction novel from one of today’s most dynamic writers. Stephen L. Antczak has created a novel that will become a “cult classic” and be talked about for decades to come. A thinking man’s science fiction novel like no other.
Pressure Suite – Digital Science Fiction Anthology – Book 3, is an anthology of original science fiction short stories from professional writers. This edition of Digital Science Fiction’s anthology series delves into the corners of the human psyche to push and prod and demonstrate how our species acts under varying degrees of adversity. We didn’t intentionally seek out any particular theme – it emerged and developed its own life as if it was sentient and wanted to emphatically demonstrate its existence. From the slightly humorous to an in-depth look at how the mind can fragment under intense strain, these ten stories cover the gamut of human responses to pressure.
Ten Unique Stories by Professional Science Fiction Authors
Pressure Suite includes 10 first-time-published science fiction short stories by:
– Matthew W. Quinn – Coil Gun
– William R. Eakin – 50-Foot Woman Over Redgunk, Mississippi
– Laura J. Campbell – Beyond Valhalla
– R.J. Bell – Brae na Ùrd
– David Murphy – The Blanket Box
– Kyle Aisteach – Pressure and the Argument Tree
– James C. Glass
– Skirmish at Heklara
– Fox Mc Geever – The Crossing
– Kate O’Connor – The Sun Dodgers
– Jason Palmer – Son of Man
Digital Science Fiction Anthology 3 welcomes back Christine Clukey as editor. At Digital Science Fiction, we strive for technically perfect digital and print versions of all our books. Each Digital Science Fiction book is vetted for superior literary quality then subjected to comprehensive professional editing. After editing, all content is proofread before submission to layout and formatting, then again after the book is fully built. In this way we expect you to find each Digital Science Fiction book not only entertaining, but error free.
We thank you for your interest in our book, and invite you to plunge into the ten terrific stories contained within. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed presenting them.
Animal is a masterstroke of hard science fiction that will delight fans of zoology and ecology. Terry Madden’s compelling short story is so frighteningly real that it will stay with you long after you have finished reading. This is the story of one woman’s ambition to force the world to look into the eyes of a living animal again.
The Tri-Sun Alliance has been nibbling at the edges of the Sarellian Empire, attacking isolated patrols, supply convoys, and even civilian supporters of the regime. But now Alliance intelligence has learned of something worth gambling their limited combat power–a pair of Imperial escort cruisers on a training mission near an isolated world.
Helping command the attack is Lt. Geun Choi, a former Imperial fighter pilot disgraced by an act of mercy. Serving under him is Tamara Watson, another ex-Imperial with demons of her own. But whatever their pasts, the two must improvise or die when it turns out the intelligence that sent them on the mission wasn’t complete and the carefully-planned ambush develops complications.
Taking place before pilot Alisa Marchenko met her future engineer Mica Coppervein and well before the Empire fell, this tale set in Lindsay Buroker’s FALLEN EMPIRE universe explores the early days of the Great Rebellion. Fans of STAR WARS, FIREFLY, WING COMMANDER, and the tales of Honor Harrington will enjoy this adventure.
Fleeing the city of New York on the TransContinental atmospheric transport, Dran Florrian is traveling with Palimpsest: the ultimate proof of a lifetime of scientific theorizing.
When a rogue organization attempts to steal the device, however, Dran takes drastic action.
But his invention threatens to destroy the very fabric of this and all other possible universes, unless Dran – or someone very much like him – can shut down the machine and reverse the process.
Ten Unique Stories by Professional Science Fiction Authors
First Contact – Digital Science Fiction Anthology: Series One – Book One, is an anthology of ten original science fiction short stories from professional writers. We are pleased to present in this exciting anthology a rich range of compelling new stories from established authors. In selecting stories for inclusion in this introductory edition we looked not only for exciting or novel content but for genuine literary quality. We know these science fiction tales will not only entertain, but will offer something extra as well: an aesthetic pleasure, a beauty, or a thought-provoking quality that renders them timeless.
First Contact includes 10 first-time-published science fiction short stories by:
Ian Creasey – How I Lost Eleven Stone and Found Love
Ed Greenwood – Biting a Dead Man’s Hand
Ken Liu – The Caretaker
Jennifer R. Povey – Masks
Rob Jacobsen – Hera’s Tempest
Edward J. Knight – Roanoke Nevada
Jessi Rita Hoffman – Nectar of the Gods
Kenneth Schneyer – The Tortoise Parliament
David Tallerman – Black Sun
Curtis James McConnell – Pop Quiz
Thank you for your interest in our book. We invite you to plunge into the ten exciting stories contained within. We hope you enjoy them as much as we have enjoyed presenting them.