Matthew Scott Baker
The human body couldn't survive the stress of hyperspace travel. But the human mind could be transferred into something
that could. And that's how Sarah and nineteen other volunteers ended up with their minds and bodies separated by hundreds of
John M. Cowan
The patrol ship Veil was badly damaged and completely outgunned, and her commanding officer was new to the job. But the
Apellian cruiser Sacred Spear had just blown away a supply ship and its crew, and only the Veil and her crew could even
Six Lights Off Green
Gareth Lin Powell
Once, Sal Dervish had been the wildest of the pilots who played the dangerous game of blind wormhole jumping. Losing his best
friends (and one who was more than a friend) to something lurking on a derelict alien ship had broken him. Could he find the
nerve to go back?
Six to Go
J. E. Deegan
Being mauled by the biggest tomcat he had ever seen changed Dennis Bonn's life forever. The wounds healed — but inside,
he was different. And every three months, for one night, that difference came out to play — and hunt — and feed.
The Gray Hole
Gareth D. Jones
Dom Fraser was studying the behavior of particles that somehow escape from what some still call a black hole when he noticed
something odd. There was a pattern there, a pattern that couldn't be natural. If only the others would open their eyes and see
All Amber wanted was shelter from the stormy Maine night. The big house looked empty and had to be better than being outside in
the middle of a Nor'easter. But the house wasn't empty after all …
The Shores of Night
A dedicated doctor and nurse play cat burglar to obtain the drugs they need to treat the patients in their care who have been
damaged by too much time in space. And that's the least of their problems.
Welcome to Skull Island
Stevy was being as contrary as only a small boy accustomed to manipulating his divorced parents could be. Still, Stevy's Dad
clung to the hope that this trip to the most amazing theme park in the world would score major points in the ongoing favorite-parent
race. After all, Stevy's Mom would never dream of taking the boy to see — Kong.