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Into the Looking Glass (Looking Glass, #1)
baen Now Launches An Exciting New Science Fiction Adventure Series By The new York Times Best-selling Author: When A 60-kiloton Explosion Destroyed The University Of Central Florida, And Much Of T...he Surrounding Countryside, The Authorities First Thought That Terrorists Had Somehow Obtained A Nuclear Weapon. But There Was No Radiation Detected, And, When Physicist Dr. William Weaver And Navy Seal Command Master Chief Robert Miller Were Sent To Investigate, They Found That In The Center Of The Destruction, Where The University¿s Physics Department Used To Be, Was An Interdimensional Gateway To . . . somewhere. An Experiment In Subatomic Physics Had Produced A very Unexpected Effect. Furthermore, Other Gateways Were Appearing All Over The World¿and One Of Them Immediately Began Disgorging Demonic Visitors Intent On Annihilating All Life On Earth And Replacing It With Their Own. Other, Apparently Less Hostile, Aliens Emerged From Other Gateways, And Informed Weaver And Miller That The Demonic Invaders¿the Name For Them That Humans Could Most Easily Pronounce Was The ¿dreen¿¿were A Deadly Blight Across The Galaxy, Occupying Planet After Planet After Wiping Out All Native Life; And Now It Would Be Earth¿s Turn, Unless Weaver And Miller Could Find A Way To Close The Gateways. If They Failed, The Less Belligerent Aliens Would Face The Regrettable Necessity Of Annihilating The Entire Earth To Save Their Own Worlds. . . .publishers Weeklyat The Start Of Ringo's Apocalyptic Near-future Sf Novel, An Experiment In Creating Quantum Particles Destroys Much Of Central Florida, Opening Up Gateways To Other Realities, Some Of Which Are Inhabited By Intelligent Aliens Intent On Transforming Our World Into Theirs. These New Realities Are As Cosmically Daunting As Anything In The Fiction Of H.p. Lovecraft, To Whom The Author Alludes, But A Resilient Humanity, Instead Of Giving In To Despair, Fights Back. Ringo (hell's Faire) Excels In The Depiction Of Combat, Managing To Capture The Carnage And Horror While Maintaining A Sense Of The Absurd. The Plot Flows Naturally From The Implications Of The Scientific Background, But With The Kind Of Unexpected Twists That Ringo Has Made His Hallmark. While The Ending Smacks A Bit Of Deus Ex Machina, This Thoroughly Enjoyable Ride Should Appeal To Techno-thriller Fans As Well As To Military Sf Buffs. (june) Copyright 2005 Reed Business Information.
Manifold: Space (Manifold, #2)
This Thrilling Sequel To Manifold Finds Reid Malenfant, Fueled By Curiosity, Venturing To The Far Edge Of The Solar System. There, He Discovers A Strange Alien Artifact; A Gateway Allowing Instantaneo...us Travel Through Interstellar Space. What Lies Beyond The Other Side Of The Gateway Will Push Malenfant Beyond Terror, Sanity, And Humanity Itself. Stephen Baxer. A Del Rey Book. The Second Volume Of The Author's Manifold Trilogy. Includes A Preview Of Manifold: Origin.
Equilibrium (Portal Chronicles, #2)
It’s not every day you see a naked body slumped by the side of the road… This ominous sight is just the beginning of a mystery that will span two dimensions. When California teen Arizona Darley ...and her siblings go missing, their mother, Dr. Olivia Darley, discovers that the time-travel portal she invented has been hijacked. Is the hijacker responsible for the disappearance of her children? Have the children been transported to another dimension? If so, the police and FBI will never be able to find them, and Olivia Darley must find a way to rescue her children on her own. How will she do this without access to the portal? EQUILIBRIUM is book two of the Portal Chronicles.
W.I.T.C.H., Part I. The Twelve Portals, Vol. 1
Twelve Portals Have Opened Between Earth And The Dark World Of Metamoor, Weakening The Mystic Veil That Separates The Two And Protects Humanity From An Evil That Threatens To Consume It. Five Girls Ha...ve Been Chosen As Guardians To Stand Against This Menace. Gifted With Powers Over The Elements, Will, Irma, Taranee, Cornelia, And Hay Lin Step Into Their New Roles And Together Become The Force For Good Known As W.i.t.c.h.!
Other Worlds Than These
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The Convoluted Universe - Book Two
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Herbert Slewg and his hapless, video game addicted neighbor Alex Filby have stumbled upon what Einstein could only theorize about: a wormhole through the space/time continuum. They travel 100 years in...to the future of their no-longer-boring town and are mistaken for alien slayers . . . in a world run by a benevolent alien race with cheerful Australian accents and uncomfortably fake facial hair. Herbert, Alex, and their mutual crush, Sammi Clementine, century-hop across time in order to outwit a disgruntled G Dalien. By foiling his evil plot, they save the planet and become 22nd-century hometown heroes in this smart-alecky (but friendly), inventive, wry, and very visual creation.Publishers WeeklyMore text-heavy than the subtitle suggests, this loopy debut opens as Alex's well-meaning parents buy the 10-year-old a jungle gym. They also arrange a playdate (Playdate? Alex hadn't had a playdate since he was seven) with neighbor Herbert, a compulsive inventor, who tinkers with the body suits that came with his AlienSlayer:3-D! video game. When he and Alex wear the suits on the jungle gym, the tubular slide becomes a wormhole that catapults them 100 years into the future. Their hometown is now inhabited by G'Daliens, aliens that speak with Australian accents and resemble giant squid wearing toupees and fake mustaches, a sight the boys find fall-down, pee-in-your-pants hilarious. The cartoony line art and wacky futuristic particulars should appeal most to readers whose sense of humor tends toward the absurd. Ages 8-12. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.
Dr. Thomas Mason had a regular life, with a regular job, and a regular girlfriend. Until one night, zapped from somewhere else, a mysterious young woman named Cat ends up in his E.R. Pursued by the go...vernment and twisted creatures from her own world, Cat inadvertently embroils Tom in her quest for freedom. Which takes him to alternative Earth's he never imagined - and which he may never get back from!
Monsters Among Us : an exploration of otherworldly bigfoots, wolfmen, portals, phantoms, and odd phenomena
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Portal of a Thousand Worlds
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