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  1. Weyland Yutani

    Sci-Fi Galactic Lebensraum

    Galactic Lebensraum by John G. Evans An exciting eBook for fans of sci-fi horror - think of Das Boot meets Alien! 2083 - Over a century has passed since Nazi Germany triumphed after WW2. The Reich, built upon the sweat and blood of millions, stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to as far as the...
  2. ryanseanoreilly

    Review "The Man In the High Castle" by Philip K. Dick (podcast)

    A story of subtle nuances containing picturesque fables that compound reality in philosophic deep strokes. This story is told from seven different points of view which include the unlikely characters of: a judo instructor; an antique dealer; a publisher; and a craftsman. Not what you would...
  3. Kevin

    Sci-Fi United States of Japan (Peter Tieryas)

    United States of Japan is an alternate-history novel by Peter Tieryas that I was looking forward to reading as it has been described as a "spiritual successor" to The Man in the High Castle by Philip K Dick. Here's the Amazon description...
  4. screenersam

    Sci-Fi The Great Martian War 1913-1917 (History Channel)

    wow. looks pretty impressive. History channel Dec 8, I believe
  5. Kevin

    Sci-Fi The Man in The High Castle (Amazon)

    I've started watching The Man in The High Castle on Amazon based on the award-winning book by Philip K Dick. After viewing the Amazon pilot for it earlier this year I went back and read the book. When I found out the show was picked up for a full season I was really curious how it'd turn out...
  6. W

    Sci-Fi Back To The Future Trilogy (1985-1990)

    Yet another awesome set of movies. Surely you have seen these!
  7. Weyland Yutani

    Sci-Fi Galactic Lebensraum - Dare you step where evil fears to tread...

    For centuries it waited in the darkness, cast into the coldness of space. It listened in the hope of finding others who shared its twisted beliefs, until eventually it heard a voice in the void. A voice of hate. A voice of evil. The voice of the Third Reich. Then the trap was prepared...
  8. Anthony G Williams

    The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick

    The Man in the High Castle, by Philip K. Dick Philip K. Dick (1928-82) was not one of the widely famous, best-selling SF authors like Isaac Asimov, Arthur C. Clarke or Frank Herbert. Despite this, he earned a high reputation as an innovative and thoughtful writer, with a probably unmatched...