New Science Fiction Books | August 2021

05 Aug 2021

New Science Fiction Books | August 2021

Looking to add some fantastic new adventures to your reading list? You won’t want to miss our recommendations for new time travel, dystopian, and cyberpunk science fiction books! Check out the latest by bestselling authors S. D. Unwin, J.S. Fields, Sara Codair, William C. Tracy, N.L. Bates, Robin C.M. Duncan, Heather Tracy, Nathan Hystad, S. A. Sebuchi, David James Warren, Sarah Zachrich Jeng, and S. A. Sebuchi. Happy reading!


One Second Per Second

by S. D. Unwin

Release Date: April 23, 2021

An exciting new time-travel novel from critically acclaimed writer S. D. Unwin…The greatest scientific challenge of our age wasn’t to enable time travel, it was to prevent it. The laws of physics had turned out to be idiotic, erecting no barriers to hopping time. In fact, they make it hard to avoid. I’m in the business of preserving the timeline—making sure the world sticks to the sacred rule of One Second Per Second, and that history unfolds according to plan. The problem is, there is no plan until I make it.

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Distant Gardens

by J.S. Fields, Sara Codair, William C. Tracy, N.L. Bates, Robin C.M. Duncan, & Heather Tracy

Release Date: August 1, 2021

A new science fiction shorty story collection from bestselling authors…Rules were made to be broken. From terraformed outposts to magical realms, journey to worlds where deadly plants, rampant biodiversity, or failed colonies have created irresistible opportunities for those brave enough to seize them. New worlds, found family, mystical secrets, and deadly science weave together in this lesbian-centric anthology focusing on a very different kind of first time—a first encounter with a world, or being, entirely unlike our own.

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Set in Stone

by David James Warren

Release Date: August 10, 2021

Award-winning author David James Warren brings us Book 4 of The True Lies of Rembrandt Stone Series…Thirty-eight women. Dead. All the in the past. All because Detective Rembrandt Stone played with fate, and somewhere in time unleashed a serial killer. He can’t undo their deaths, not anymore, but the serial killer is still at large, twenty-four years later, and now it’s personal. Especially when the evidence points to the last person on anyone’s radar: Rembrandt himself. Now he’ll have to use the clues from his pasts to track down the killer in the present.

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The Other Me

by Sarah Zachrich Jeng

Release Date: August 10, 2021

The exciting and highly anticipated debut novel from instant bestselling author, Sarah Zachrich Jeng…One minute Kelly’s a free-spirited artist in Chicago going to her best friend’s art show. The next, she opens a door and mysteriously emerges in her Michigan hometown. Suddenly her life is unrecognizable: She’s got twelve years of the wrong memories in her head and she’s married to Eric, a man she barely knew in high school. But the closer Kelly gets to putting the pieces together, the more her reality seems to shift. And if she can’t figure out what happened on her birthday, the next change could cost her everything…

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The Colony

by Nathan Hystad

Release Date: August 3, 2021

Book 17 of The Survivors Series by Nathan Hystad…Dean Parker is alive and well thanks to his daughter, but something’s changed inside him since the incident at Newei. Ovalax lingers in his mind… whispering… waiting…Can Dean fight his demons, and gain a foothold on Ebos for the Alliance? Will Jules solve the trap she’s tripped before it’s too late?

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The Edge of Cascadia

by S. A. Sebuchi

Release Date: August 3, 2021

A new dystopian fiction novel by S. A. Sebuchi…In a world ravaged by radiation, the last colony has gone to extreme measures to ensure successful human reproduction, but is it worth the cost? Annabelle lives in the last colony of people on Earth and is considered an old maid at age 22. She loves her life, and the Colony, until the day her grandmother dies and leaves her a key that unlocks a secret. Shaken by her grandmother’s final words, she begins to doubt everything. Her trust in the Colony is further tested when she embarks on a mission to the ruins of Seattle. She begins a new quest for answers even though she fears what she might find.

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