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!

NEWEST ARTICLES


The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2010: Odyssey Two
This sequel is superior to its predecessor in almost every way. [6/14/2018]

The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2001: A Space Odyssey (film)
Clarke and Kubrick collaborated to make one of the most important films ever made, and it changed them both forever. [6/7/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2001: A Space Odyssey
Despite being overshadowed by Kubrick's film, Clarke's original novel has plenty to offer. [5/31/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: The City and the Stars
The twin dystopias of Diaspar and Lys show us Clarke at his most imaginative and untethered, where his sci-fi instincts lean toward fantasy. [5/24/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: Childhood's End (TV)
As adaptations go, the Syfy Channel version of Childhood's End makes more improvements than you'd expect, but it stumbles a few times as well. [5/17/2018]


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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


The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2010: Odyssey Two
This sequel is superior to its predecessor in almost every way. [6/14/2018]

The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2001: A Space Odyssey (film)
Clarke and Kubrick collaborated to make one of the most important films ever made, and it changed them both forever. [6/7/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: 2001: A Space Odyssey
Despite being overshadowed by Kubrick's film, Clarke's original novel has plenty to offer. [5/31/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: The City and the Stars
The twin dystopias of Diaspar and Lys show us Clarke at his most imaginative and untethered, where his sci-fi instincts lean toward fantasy. [5/24/2018]
The Summer of Arthur C. Clarke: Childhood's End (TV)
As adaptations go, the Syfy Channel version of Childhood's End makes more improvements than you'd expect, but it stumbles a few times as well. [5/17/2018]

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FULL CHRONOLOGICAL LIST
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