Explore fascinating, often chilling "what if" accounts of the world that could have existed—and still might yet . . . Science fiction's most illustrious and visionary authors hold forth the ultimate alternate history collection. Here you'll experience mind-bending tales that challenge your views of the past, present, and future, including: • "The Lucky Strike": When the Lucky Strike is chosen over the Enola Gay to drop the first atomic bomb, fate takes an unexpected turn in Kim Stanley Robinson's gripping tale.
"Bring the Jubilee": Ward Moore's novella masterpiece offers a rebel victory at Gettysburg which changes the course of the Civil War . . . and all of American history.
"Through Road No Wither": After Hitler's victory in World War II, two Nazi officers confront their destiny in Greg Bear's apocalyptic vision of the future.
"All the Myriad Ways": Murder or suicide, Ambrose Harmon's death leads the police down an infinite number of pathways in Larry Niven's brilliant and defining tale of alternatives and consequences.
"Mozart in Mirrorshades": Bruce Sterling and Lewis Shiner explore a terrifying era as the future crashes into the past—with disastrous results. . . . as well as "The Winterberry" by Nicholas A. DiChario
"Islands in the Sea" by Harry Turtledove
"Suppose They Gave a Peace" by Susan Shwartz
"Manassas, Again" by Gregory Benford
"Dance Band on the Titanic" by Jack L. Chalker
"Eutopia" by Poul Anderson
"The Undiscovered" by William Sanders
"The Death of Captain Future" by Allen Steele
and "Moon of Ice" by Brad Linaweaver
The definitive collection: fourteen seminal alternate history tales drawing readers into a universe of dramatic possibility and endless wonder.