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Twig by Wildbow

The year is 1921, and a little over a century has passed since a great mind unraveled the underpinnings of life itself. Every week, it seems, the papers announce great advances, solving the riddle of immortality, successfully reviving the dead, the cloning of living beings, or blending of two animals into one. For those on the ground, every week brings . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Voyage of the Nightingale by nursingcapsarecool

In 2213, the Earth has seen devastating global pandemics, the rise and fall of nations, and countless wars. Humanity has ascended to the stars and has begun to spread throughout the solar system. To support distant settlers, the medical training and aid ship GSC Nightingale completes a four-year journey from Earth to Pluto and everywhere in between. It carries . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes fortnightly.
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TWIG

An excellent story, if a bit slow to get going

By ChessKingRed, author of Dis Acedia

Feb 23, 2016: Twig’s genre is hard to define, although most call it "biopunk". The story focuses on a world where biology has make a boom instead of the industrial revolution, and follows a group of orphans/lab rats embroiled in an alternate version of the American Independence War.

The characters and the world around them are easily the story’s hallmark. The main cast is lovable, the narrator is memorable, and the setting is detailed and fresh, and very unique. The quality of the writing [more . . .]

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