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Currently, I have the following books in stock.

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Take Back Tomorrow

Hack science fiction writer Eddie Royce is on a quest to save the future of science fiction from a time traveling charlatan and an unscrupulous pulp fiction editor who wants the secret for himself.

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Strictly Analog

In this near-future world, Tex Lomax makes his living by staying off the grid. When his daughter is accused of murder, he has no choice other than to step into a world more revolutionary than he ever imagined.
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When Derek Chandler discovers a manuscript that’s been hidden in the walls of an old mental hospital, it starts him on a quest to find lost science fiction writer, Kichiro Nakamura. He discovers much more.
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The Girl at the End of the World

The world ends on the day Scarlett Fisher turns 15 as a fast-moving plague kills everyone she’s ever known. Now she has to teach herself how to survive in a world that might not be entirely empty.
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The Somniscient

When reformed dream hacker Nix Nighthawk downloads an illegal dream, it sets him on a path he never thought he’d walk again–navigating a world of hackers and high rollers who are all trying to control the new commodity: sleep.
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