Artistry is out with THE MCAULLIFE EQUATION by Andrew Bowen. The lives of two painfully awkward teenage “misfits” are changed forever when they accidentally stumble upon the greatest scientific discovery of the 21st century – and a stranger from the future places the fate of the world in their hands.
Ensemble out with PROKSE by G.J. Echternkamp & Kyle Stiff. In the near future, automation has replaced much of our traditional forms of employment, creating a class of mass joblessness and poverty. But a technology is invented that allows people to “rent out” their bodies to the wealthy – acting as physical proxies for their clients’ senses and desires. Now someone has taken this to the extreme, hosting Prokse parties where anything goes, even murder.
In a near-future dystopia, where mutated beasts called the Hounds have ravaged the earth, a young girl and her mother struggle to survive in an isolated farmhouse. When a stranger arrives on the land, both mother and daughter’s lives begin to unravel as they start to question the very reality they thought they knew so well.
After a mission to destroy a black hole that endangers mankind goes wrong, an astronaut awakens in her escape pod to find that decades have passed in seemingly a moment. Now, with an aging body and fragile mind, she battles against the elements of space and time to complete her mission.
As the 2028 Election looms, a precocious Stanford undergraduate learns how to hack the Government’s ‘universal memory cloud’ – exposing a secret with devastating consequences for the Democratic Presidential Candidate. On a search for the truth and pursued by enemies seen and unseen, he begins to learn that nothing – not even memory – is quite what it seems…
Teddy thinks he’s the only living person left in a world where humanity is frozen in time… until his ex-girlfriend, Leyna, shows up at his doorstep. Together, they must go on a journey to find the cause behind the freeze and in the process, confront the issues that plagued their relationship before it’s too late.
In a future where tech and insurance conglomerates control the health and medicine industries, entrepreneurial med student, Ava, jailbreaks nanobots designed to track the body and keep us healthy, resulting in a gene-hacking revolution that raises ethical questions. Is she creating Frankenstein? What could a world without doctors look like? and what does it mean to be genetically human?
A brilliant inventor navigates single-motherhood while developing a revolutionary technology for at-home child care, which might be easier if her own son wasn’t convinced they’re being stalked by a monster he calls The Oil Man. A sci-fi horror that will keep you guessing until the revelatory twist at the end.