Good day! You have stumbled upon the Internet home of award-winning novelist, futurist, and blogger E. Magill. Here you'll find his latest articles, opinions, and occasional mental breakdowns.

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"Offers red meat to technical sci-fi lovers." -Kirkus

As humanity faces extinction on the desolate surface of Mars, a genetically enhanced soldier named Lara Henries discovers ancient doorways through time and space. She travels two hundred years into the past, to a time before a massive war ended all life on Earth, in search of a way to save the future.

In that time, Kyle Matthews is an astronaut traveling to the frozen surface of a distant moon in search of his lost wife, but what he finds there has the potential to change everything.

Buy your copy of this blockbuster debut novel by E. Magill, available in paperback and ebook at Amazon.com!

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John Carpenter's The Thing - Sci-Fi Classic Film Review
The 1982 version of The Thing has endured for over thirty years because it reflects one of the darkest aspects of the human condition. [10/18/2018]

The Thing from Another World - Sci-Fi Classic Film Review
This early creature feature might have little in common with the source material, but it's still worthy of its classic status. [10/11/2018]
"Who Goes There?" by John W. Campbell - Sci-Fi Classic Review
The story that inspired John Carpenter's The Thing is also responsible for birthing an entire subgenre of sci-fi. [10/4/2018]
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley - Sci-Fi Classic Review
A world without suffering or conflict might just be more terrifying than the alternative. [9/27/2018]
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin - Sci-Fi Classic Review
Ursula Le Guin's 1969 exploration of gender and Taoism is as relevant today as the day it was published. [9/20/2018]


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Good day! You have stumbled upon the Internet home of award-winning novelist, futurist, and blogger E. Magill. Here you'll find his latest articles, opinions, and occasional mental breakdowns.

For more about the man himself, see the bio page or find him on Facebook and Twitter.



"Offers red meat to technical sci-fi lovers." -Kirkus

As humanity faces extinction on the desolate surface of Mars, a genetically enhanced soldier named Lara Henries discovers ancient doorways through time and space. She travels two hundred years into the past, to a time before a massive war ended all life on Earth, in search of a way to save the future.

In that time, Kyle Matthews is an astronaut traveling to the frozen surface of a distant moon in search of his lost wife, but what he finds there has the potential to change everything.

Buy your copy of this blockbuster debut novel by E. Magill, available in paperback and ebook at Amazon.com!

NEWEST ARTICLES


John Carpenter's The Thing - Sci-Fi Classic Film Review
The 1982 version of The Thing has endured for over thirty years because it reflects one of the darkest aspects of the human condition. [10/18/2018]

The Thing from Another World - Sci-Fi Classic Film Review
This early creature feature might have little in common with the source material, but it's still worthy of its classic status. [10/11/2018]
"Who Goes There?" by John W. Campbell - Sci-Fi Classic Review
The story that inspired John Carpenter's The Thing is also responsible for birthing an entire subgenre of sci-fi. [10/4/2018]
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley - Sci-Fi Classic Review
A world without suffering or conflict might just be more terrifying than the alternative. [9/27/2018]
The Left Hand of Darkness by Ursula K. Le Guin - Sci-Fi Classic Review
Ursula Le Guin's 1969 exploration of gender and Taoism is as relevant today as the day it was published. [9/20/2018]

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FULL CHRONOLOGICAL LIST
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