Book List in Order: 28 titles


  • This latest novella from Greg Egan, Australia's reigning master of hard, rigorous SF, is an astonishment and a delight. With great economy and precision, it tells the story of an unprecedented new disease—the Dispersion of the title—and...



  • Twenty Stories and Novellas from Hugo, Campbell, and Locus Award Winner Greg Egan, Arguably Australia’s Greatest Living Science Fiction Writer In a career spanning more than thirty years, Greg Egan has produced a steady stream of novels an...



  • “Instantiation” is a collection of eleven science fiction stories by Hugo Award winning author Greg Egan:• “The Discrete Charm of the Turing Machine”• “Zero For Conduct”• “Uncanny ValleyR...



  • From the award-winning author Greg Egan comes a Tor.com Original sci-fi short story, "Zeitgeber"For millions of years, life on Earth has taken its cues from the rising and setting of the sun, and for most of human history we've followed the same rhyt...



  • Greg Egan's Perihelion Summer is a story of people struggling to adapt to a suddenly alien environment, and the friendships and alliances they forge as they try to find their way in a world where the old maps have lost their meaning.Taraxippus is com...



  • When a detective, a new mother, is assigned to the case of a horrific triple murder, it appears to be a self-contained domestic tragedy, a terrible event but something that doesn’t affect the rest of the community. But it slowly becomes clear that ...



  • Welcome to Tvíbura and Tvíburi, the richly imagined twin planets that stand at the center of Greg Egan's extraordinary new novella, PHORESIS. These two planets…one inhabited, one not…exist in extreme proximity to one another. As the narrativ...



  • Immortality, but at what price, in what form, and how could you be you? Find out in Greg Egan's "Uncanny Valley," a Tor.com Original short storyIn the near future it’s possible to build a new you, a better you, one that could carry on forever. Bu...



  • Seth is a surveyor, along with his friend Theo, a leech-like creature running through his skull who tells Seth what lies to his left and right. Theo, in turn, relies on Seth for mobility, and for ordinary vision looking forwards and backwards. Like e...







  • Camille is desperate to escape her home on colonized asteroid Vesta, journeying through space in a small cocoon pod covertly and precariously attached to a cargo ship. Anna is a newly appointed port director on asteroid Ceres, intrigued by the causes...



  • The Age of Death ended countless millennia ago. No longer burdened by limited lifespans, the immortal humans who populate inhabited space now have the luxury to travel vast distances effortlessly and to tinker with the intricate mechanics of space ti...



  • Hard science fiction’s grand master delivers the stunning conclusion to his Orthogonal trilogy. In a universe where the laws of physics and the speed of light are completely alien to our own, the travelers on the ship Peerless have completed a g...



  • Luminous is a collection of ten short stories by the award-winning science-fiction writer Greg Egan:“Chaff”“Mitochondrial Eve”“Luminous”“Mister Volition”“Cocoon”“Transition Dreams”“Silver Fire”“Reasons to Be Cheerful”...



  • Far in the distant, post-human future, the Cater-Zimmermann community set out to refute the theory that the universe is created exclusively for mankind by cloning themselves a thousand times over and sending each copy to a different star within the g...



  • Greg Egan’s The Clockwork Rocket introduced readers to an exotic universe where the laws of physics are very different from our own, where the speed of light varies in ways Einstein would never allow, and where intelligent life has evolved in uniqu...



  • In Yalda's universe, light has no universal speed and its creation generates energy. On Yalda's world, plants make food by emitting their own light into the dark night sky. As a child Yalda witnesses one of a series of strange meteors, the Hurt...



  • The nine stories in Greg Egan's new collection range from parables of contemporary human conflict and ambition to far-future tales of our immortal descendants.In "Lost Continent", a time traveler seeking refuge from a war-torn land faces hostility an...



  • Oceanic is a collection of twelve science fiction stories by Greg Egan, including the Hugo-award-winning title story:“Lost Continent”“Dark Integers”“Crystal Nights”“Steve Fever”“Induction”“Singleton”“Oracle”“Border Guard...



  • Greg Egan's first new collection in a decade contains five stories, set in three worlds. In "Luminous," two mathematicians searching for a flaw in the structure of arithmetic find themselves pitted against a ruthless arms manufacturer. In "Dark Integ...







  • When the laws of physics are suddenly called into question, a whole new potential for life and death is brought to the entire universe.For twenty thousand years, every phenomenon that has ever been observed in the universe has been explainable throug...



  • The long-awaited new audiobook from Greg Egan! Hugo Award-winning author Egan returns to the field with Incandescence, a new novel of hard SF. The Amalgam spans nearly the entire galaxy, and is composed of innumerable beings from a wild variety of ra...



  • In the near future, journalist Martin Seymour travels to Iran to cover the parliamentary elections. Most would-be opposition candidates are disqualified and the election becomes the non-event the world expects. But shortly afterward a compromising im...



  • Welcome to Teranesia, the island of butterflies, where evolution has stopped making sense. Prabir Suresh and his younger sister, Madhusree, live in a remote paradise called Teranesia, where their biologist parents are studying an unexplained genet...



  • In a new world of digital beings, an Orphan is born, and humans have chosen to be forever digitized, have selected renewable robotic bodies, or remain flesh on Earth, until a devastating event occurs, causing the Orphan go to Earth to protect the Fle...



  • A collection of science fiction stories that looks at the possible future includes stories of genetically altered dolphins that speak in limericks and a software program that allows users to design their own child...



  • THE GOOD NEWS is that you have just awakened into Eternal Life. You are going to live forever. Immortality is a reality. A medical miracle? Not exactly. THE BAD NEWS is that you are a scrap of electronic code. The world you see around you, the y...



  • IT IS 2055. THE WORLD IS FAR BETTER -- AND INFINITELY WORSE. Investigative reporter Andrew Worth turns down a documentary on a mysterious new mental illness--"Distress" or acute clinical anxiety syndrome, for another assignment. He's on his way ...



  • It causes riots and religions. It has people dancing in the streets and leaping off skyscrapers. And it's all because of the impenetrable gray shield that slid into place around the solar system on the night of November 15, 2034.Some see the bubble a...


Complete Series List in Order

Orthogonal

1) The Clockwork Rocket (Jul-2011)
2) The Eternal Flame (Sep-2012)
3) The Arrows of Time (Aug-2014)

Award-Winning Books by Greg Egan

Permutation City
1995 John W. Campbell Memorial Award -- Novel