Author and Apollo missions historian Shane Johnson explores the fantastic possibilities of what might have transpired had the more ambitious version of the Apollo program gone forward as originally planned.
Transported surreptitiously to a terrifying alien world, with limited resources and only a few cryptic words to guide her, Callie Hayes finds herself engulfed in a perilous battle for freedom—and her very life. Allegorical fantasy for adult readers, by Karen Hancock.
When Tyce’s best friend, Director Rawling McTigre, and three other scientists are buried alive on Mars, Tyce doesn’t think things can get any worse. But he is sorely mistaken. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
A deadly comet catapults toward Mars. Only one thing can break up the comet before it does damage: the new Hammerhead torpedo. Tyce Sanders only has two weeks to master it … and someone’s trying to stop him. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
As Tyce approaches the strange black boxes on the Martian landscape, he makes a startling discovery: one that could change life for everyone in the universe. That is, if he lives to uncover the truth. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
A tekkie is found unconscious in the plant lab. Worse, it looks like teeth and claws have ripped his space suit! Fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders does not believe aliens exist, but this may force him to rethink this view. Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
Oxygen is leaking out of the dome, and the scientists and tekkies are stumped. The next supply ship from Earth isn’t due for days. Will fourteen-year-old Tyce Sanders solve the mystery in time? Science fiction for teens by Sigmund Brouwer.
While playing a virtual reality game, Rivka Meyers, an American Messianic Jew visiting Israel for an archaeological dig, becomes trapped in ancient Jerusalem, involved in a plot to destroy the spread of Christianity. By Randall Ingermanson.
The only member of the original mission to the planet Rakhat to return to Earth, Father Emilio Sandoz has barely begun to recover from his ordeal when the Society of Jesus calls upon him for help in preparing for another mission to Alpha Centauri. By Mary Doria Russell.
Some say Brandon Martus has a mysterious ability to see into the future, to experience what scientists refer to as a “higher dimension.” Others insist he is simply plagued by the accidental death of his little sister.
What rules apply when the killer isn’t human? When people begin dying in bizarre accidents, it is once again up to Christian programmer Ethan Hamilton to save users from high-tech destruction. Book 2 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
A novel about a remarkable man, a living saint, a life-long celibate and Jesuit priest, who undergoes an experience so harrowing and profound that it makes him question the existence of God. By Mary Doria Russell.
Llyn Torfinn is a virtual orphan, once found hooked to an artificial reality machine. In a system at war, with a dreaded alien threat lurking, she must discover her own identity. Science fiction by Kathy Tyers.
As the deadly, self-proclaimed “Patriot” stalks the virtual reality computer Net, only virtual reality programmer and committed Christian Ethan Hamilton can pursue him. Book 1 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
Although it didn’t fit with his theology, Dr. Jack Brenner was convinced he’d been abducted by aliens — at first. But doubts set in. Who then — or what — were they? Science fiction by Robert Don Hughes.
Orion Treet determines to return to Dome after his brief respite among the peaceable, graceful Fieri. No one but Orion and a handful of rebels seriously believes that Dome will carry out its threat to annihilate Fierra. Book 2 in the Empyrion series, science fiction for adult readers.
Orion Treet, an itinerant and often-unemployed writer, is abducted at gunpoint. Then he is offered eight million dollars and a mission: to observe and chronicle the growth of a new extraterrestrial colony: Empyrion. Book 1 in the Empyrion series, science fiction for adult readers.
Sleep scientist Dr. Spence Reston’s experiments give him dreams in his waking hours. Thus begins a battle for the future of the universe, in which the fate of humankind hangs on the fragile sanity of one man. Science fiction for adult readers.
In this companion to the Newbery Award winner A Wrinkle in Time and A Wind in the Door, 15-year-old Charles Wallace is sent within four people from another time, there to search for a way to avert the tragedy threatening them all. By Madeleine L’Engle.
A friendly dragon entity takes Meg Murry and her friend Calvin O’Keefe on a terrifying, wonderful journey into galactic space–where they must battle the force of evil to save Charles Wallace, and themselves. By Madeleine L’Engle.
A Wrinkle in Time, winner of the Newbery Medal in 1963, is the story of the adventures in space and time of Meg, Charles Wallace, and Calvin O’Keefe, all in search of Meg’s father. By Madeleine L’Engle.
A sinister technocratic organization is gaining power throughout Europe, and it is up to Dr. Elwin Ransom and his friends to squelch this threat by applying age-old wisdom to a new universe dominated by science.
Dr. Elwin Ransom is abducted by a megalomaniacal physicist and his accomplice and taken via spaceship to the red planet of Malacandra. There he eludes his captors, risking his life and his chances of returning to Earth.