CUSFS' Favourite Real and Parallel Worlds ¤ by The Librarian

Stories of alternate history, parallel timelines, and secret worlds which may or may not align with our own.

  • Artemis Fowl ¤ Eoin Colfer, 2001

    Twelve-year-old Artemis is a millionaire, a genius, and - above all - a criminal mastermind. But Artemis doesn't know what he's taken on when he kidnaps a fairy, Captain Holly Short of the LEPrecon Unit. These aren't the fairies of the bedtime stories - they're dangerous!

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  • Anathem ¤ Neal Stephenson, 2010

    This is the latest magnificent creation from the award-winning author of "Cryptonomicon and the Baroque Cycle" trilogy. Erasmas, 'Raz', is a young avout living in the Concent, a sanctuary for mathematicians, scientists, and philosophers. Three times during history's darkest epochs, violence has invaded and devastated the cloistered communi ... [more]

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  • Charmed Life ¤ Diana Wynne Jones, 1979

    Everybody says that Gwendolyn Chant is a gifted witch with astonishing powers, so it suits her enormously when she is taken to live in Chrestomanci Castle. Her brother Eric (better known as Cat) is not so keen, for he has no talent for magic at all. However, life with the great enchanter is not what either of them expects and sparks beg ... [more]

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  • Temeraire ¤ Naomi Novik, 2008

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  • The Man in the High Castle ¤ Philip K. Dick, 1962

    It's America in 1962. Slavery is legal once again. The few Jews who still survive hide under assumed names. In San Francisco, the "I Ching" is as common as the "Yellow Pages." All because some twenty years earlier the United States lost a war--and is now occupied by Nazi Germany and Japan. This harrowing, Hugo Award-winning novel is the ... [more]

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  • Servant of the Empire ¤ Raymond E. Feist and Janny Wurts, 1992

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  • Flatland ¤ Edwin Abbott Abbott, 1884

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  • American Gods ¤ Neil Gaiman, 2013

    Neil Gaiman is the imaginative wizard behind the best-selling novels American Gods (soon to be an HBO series) and The Anansi Boys, the graphic series The Sandman, and popular children’s books like Coraline and The Graveyard Book. Neil Gaiman and Philosophy looks at Gaiman’s work through a philosophical lens. How does fantasy interact with ... [more]

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