In 2051, immortality is within reach and some are just dying to live forever. Read the first crowdsourced science fiction novel written by CNET readers.
Read the first installment of "Crowd Control: Heaven Makes a Killing," a science fiction novel written and edited by CNET readers around the globe.
CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel continues, revealing the secrets of the afterlife.
It's becoming possible to live much longer on Earth, but not everyone is excited about the high-tech fountain of youth.
We meet another of humanity's heroes -- and take a ride in a Quetzalcoatl M-8.
We eavesdrop on a conversation in what seems to be the afterlife, and things there might not be as perfect as you'd guess.
Meta is assigned his first mission, and it will take him to corners of the multiverse you might recognize.
There's lots of family drama going down with the Parkers -- and an experiment may have gone too far.
Visitors from another universe arrive via a very unusual vehicle.
A spy from a parallel universe co-opts a convenient body and then derails a talk show appearance to foment an uprising.
Rebecca Danish removes the nanobots that keep her young, leaving her with little time left to change the world.
In this installment of CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel, we pass through a border checkpoint on the way into a parallel universe.
One of our heroes tours an alternate Earth. And we learn there are no coincidences in the new quantum reality.
Our heroic experimental quantum theorist comes to terms with where her long journey has taken her -- to a place that's an awful lot like Mexico City.
Our young hero is determined to find out what happened to her mother, even if it means leaving this universe.
A war on Earth is spilling over into a parallel universe, threatening to slam the gates of heaven shut.
An unlikely leader of the revolution opposing longevity technology refuses to give up the fight.
Three heroes finally join forces to level the playing field between heaven and Earth.
A couple is finally reunited under the most unlikely circumstances, while a brilliant scientist's ambition leaves him alone and in despair.
In the latest installment of CNET's crowdsourced science fiction novel, Cindy Parker becomes Earth's most well-traveled resident and Meta plans a return trip as well.
The borders between life and death get twisted for a new kind of war on Earth.
The resurrection war on Earth resolves and humanity turns to the true threat.