| Ameritopia |
by Kate Ritter
$0.00, 420 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #92 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
War and crime are relics of the past. Violence and non-tolerance have been bred out of the population. How? As a result of too much god-play, men have all but wiped themselves off the face of the planet. Women have inherited the Earth. But the species must carry on…
Daily monotony and curiosity about historic tales of romance overwhelm inexperienced and mannerly researcher Evelyn Knight. Consequently, she risks the comfortable life she’s always known and ventures into one of the last strongholds of men, tucked into the foothills of Colorado: The Rock.
Inside, Eve is pushed to the breaking point when confronted with everything she has been missing on the outside: aggression, betrayal, duplicity, and could it be… love? Not the kind of love portrayed in the Austen novels she grew up with… something more raw and incalculable.
Ameritopia defies gender roles and the status quo in a way that just might help you rediscover life (and love) with new hope.
| The Zee Brothers: Curse of the Zombie Omelet!: Zombie Exterminators Vol.1 (Standard Edition) |
by Grivante, Elbert Lim, Joey Masciotra, Jonathon Chanutomo, Dean Samed, Katy Light
$0.00, 100 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (18 reviews), #3 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Literature & Fiction
Who would you call during a zombie apocalypse? The Police? The Military? Your crazy prepper neighbor? No, it's time for The Zee Brothers!
Two badass zombie killing brothers keeping the apocalypse at bay, one job at a time.
An Arizona sub-division over-run by a long-buried tribe.
A race to stop the dead from unleashing an ancient curse.
The Zee Brothers: Curse of the Zombie Omelet is our hilarious introduction to Jonah, Judas & JJ, the lovable disaster prone trio, responsible for keeping the zombie apocalypse from becoming a reality.
Gruff and handsome, Jonah Zee, is the dominating, classic music loving leader, that calls the shots and keeps them coming.
Tobacco chewing, Judas Zee is the gun slinging, rock music loving goofball, that is slow to learn, but always has his big brother’s back.
And the hot and sassy JJ, is the heroine that captures the brother’s hearts and eyes, while doing her best to keep her dog, Xanadu, out of trouble.
Filled with pop culture nods and heroes that just don’t know when to quit, it’s a slap happy, blood-filled adventure, as the trio fights off zombies and the brothers fight each other for JJ’s affection.
If you like Ash Vs Evil Dead, Army of Darkness and Z Nation, you’ll want to read this action-packed tale of zombie mayhem! Dive into The Zee Brother’s adventures today!
PLEASE NOTE: This is the standard edition of this book which does not include artwork featured in the deluxe edition.
For the deluxe edition, please visit https://www.amazon.com/dp/B013M5DXGC/
| Lady Grace & the War for a New World: A Paranormal Adventure (Earth's End Book 2) |
by Sandy Nathan
$0.00, 428 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #13 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Men's Adventure
Jeremy Edgarton demands to be returned home - to Earth - to usher in the rebirth of humanity.
For centuries, he was treated on the golden planet as little more than a procreation pet by the Goldies. Now his goal is to usher in the rebirth of humanity and ensure that those who survived the world's end have not fallen victim to the General.
If you go away for a couple of thousand years, the odds are that the neighborhood has changed a bit when you return. Jeremy finds something far worse than he could have imagined. The massive underground bomb shelter built beneath the estate has protected the ancestors of the survivors of the nuclear holocaust, but things down there have been cookin’, and not in a good way. The rowdy villagers of the old estate have mutated into monsters fit for hell. All that keeps them in their underground prison are six round doors. Reunited with his mother Veronica, his love Ellie, and his exiled friends, Jeremy fights to liberate the few remaining humans enslaved by the "Bigs". But are they too late, and is the Bigs' power more than they can overcome? Worse yet, will they be betrayed by the Goldies jeopardizing the future of humanity forever?
˃˃˃ Indie Excellence Book Award Winner
˃˃˃ FINALIST in the Visionary Fiction Category of the USA Best Book Awards
˃˃˃ New Age Fiction Category of the USA Best Book Award Winner
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| The Death Fields: A Post-Apocalyptic Thriller Books 1-3 |
by Angel Lawson
$0.00, 720 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Genetic Engineering
"There's nothing like the end of the world to put things into perspective."
Humanity is on the brink of extinction, brought to its knees by a virus no man could have predicted. The lucky died. The damned transformed into rabid beasts and the rest? They must navigate the remains of society, the dead and living, as they come to grips with who was responsible and why.
The Death Fields is a post-apocalyptic thriller that follows Alexandra as she's tasked with a job that will potentially save thousands of lives.
Not every girl should be a hero.
Unfortunately, Alexandra wasn't given a choice.
Start the epic series that has readers begging for more!
The Death Fields: Books 1-3
The Girl Who Shot First
The Girl Who Punched Back
The Girl Who Kicked Ass
| Judas: The Relic (The Iscariot Warrior Series Book 2) |
by Roy Bright
$0.00, 385 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #400 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
A child brought to womanhood within an alternative reality in order to become a devastating weapon.
A demon sword of immense power that must be controlled by an angelic warrior to have any hope of winning an impending war.
Together, they face the biggest challenge to mankind’s existence, within a universe soaked in the blood of battle, where epic tales of the struggle between good and evil play out at a breath-taking pace.
Prepare to open the gates of Hell.
| Rye Ironstone: Mother Tesla's Death Ray |
by John Wilkerson
$0.00, 202 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #150 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
For suspense-filled, apocalyptic thrillers, Rye Ironstone - Mother Tesla’s Death Ray is a new standard, blending the dry wit and political incorrectness of a true 1980’s hero learning to wear the badge of responsibility.
In a devastated Appalachian town, Nicola Tesla’s long fabled death ray has been found. The surviving town folk live in fear as they continue to be tormented by the ungodly lightning from the sky. Their world lies in shambles, government help halted.
Rye Ironstone, security guard from the local university, sets his mind to solving the mystery of what happened to his beloved home. All the while, a secret government organization tasks an operative to work with him. Rye’s irreverent look at life thrusts him and his new partner into a final confrontation with the religious group intent on correcting the moral decline of the nation.
Mother Tesla's Death Ray is the first book in the Rye Ironstone series. Each book is a stand alone story. For information about the author, check out JohnWilkerson.com
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| 365 Days Alone: A Dystopian Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy (The 365 Days Quadrilogy Book 1) |
by Nancy Isaak
$0.00, 507 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #20 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Science Fiction > Dystopian
For fans of "The Hunger Games", "The Handmaid's Tale", and "Lord of the Flies"--a gripping dystopian page-turner from the pen of Gemini-nominated writer, Nancy Isaak, that will keep you transfixed, well-entertained, and right on the edge of your seat.
They've been living their whole lives surrounded by technology, each moment recorded and shared across vast social networks. Like most American teenagers, Kaylee Michelson and her best friend, Jay, have never had to work hard for anything. Food is in their fridges, clothes are in their closets, and entertainment a mere remote control click away.
Except that--suddenly--it's not.
Overnight, things have stopped working--cars, planes, electricity...even batteries. No more technology, no more social media, no more instant gratification.
And the worst thing...everyone has disappeared! Parents, friends, schoolmates--all gone.
Now, it's just two frightened teenage girls seemingly all alone--useless smartphones clutched in their hands--confused, scared, and completely unprepared to survive this strange new world.
The girls with guns.
| The Jesus Man: A Post-Apocalyptic Tale of Horror |
by Keith Anthony Baird
$0.00, 307 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #32 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
5 Stars - One of the most smartly written post-apocalyptic stories I've read in a long time
Mr. Baird simply did an amazing job at creating a world... only to do an even more amazing job destroying it.
I highly recommend this to fans of not only post-apocalyptic stories, but horror stories as well.
Evan - Amazon customer
Baird has the ability to craft huge, bold plot lines and populate them with the most distinctive, entrancing and lovable/hateable characters. The Jesus Man was a vivid, complex and enjoyable piece with some tough content and outstanding imagery that is worth reading and deserves a place on any horror/fantasy/apocalyptic fan's bookshelf.
Twisted Mind - Amazon customer
5 Stars - A new author to be reckoned with
A novel to be read and enjoyed on many levels ... in an English that in its extraordinary breadth is brilliantly visual.
JW - Kindle customer
It is 2037. Radicals in the Middle East have done the unthinkable. Low-yield nuclear weapons have been unleashed and the subsequent escalation of exchanges is enough to blacken the skies.
In time, the world goes dark. Crops fail and economies begin the inevitable collapse. Countries close their borders, cease trading with one another and declare martial law to control their populations. As oil and power dwindle, the descent into chaos follows and the global meltdown unfolds.
An entity arrives and this malevolent force begins its strategy to claim this broken territory as a piece in a long-waged celestial conflict. Moving half a century ahead, the story centres on a colony entrenched in the desert of the Four Corners region of the United States. It is a place of sanctuary, established in the post-war years and grown to be a stronghold in the badlands. In the wake of the entity’s global strategy, it stands as the sole remaining seat of the human race. Its citizens are ruled by a brotherhood of elders who cling to the shattered remnants of the Christian faith.
A priest, favoured of the sect, begins to suffer nightmarish visions as evil turns its intent on the last bastion of mankind still to fall by its hand. Overcome, and subsequently possessed, the holy man becomes the vessel through which dark forces infiltrate the colony and lay low the last of men with a crushing malediction which will claim their souls, their homeworld and ultimately their Godhead for all time.
Rich in descriptive content and paced throughout with a growing sense of doom, The Jesus Man delivers an unsurpassed vision of Hell on Earth.
| Certain Hypothetical (Slowpocalypse, Book 1) |
by James Litherland
$0.00, 294 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #10 in > Literature & Fiction > Literary Fiction > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Everything will change. But the moment has been prepared for.
Katherine Miles and David Belue, students at the first Federal University and Research Complex in central Florida, face a new and dangerous reality when the compound is sealed to keep the facilities out of the hands of a secessionist governor. Each will try in their own way to protect the community from threats without and within, and that could cost them their lives…
The adventure continues with Book 2: Threat Multiplication, Book 3: Compromised Inside, and Book 4: Peripheral Encounters.
| KEPT |
by Theresa Jacobs, Dark Wish Designs, Novel Nurse
$0.00, 176 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #70 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Twelve massive ships leave the dying earth, heading into the great unknown, seeking new life among the stars.
One of the ships, GIA, crashes on Kepler, which is already inhabited. Now at the mercy of the alien race, the humans are held in an underground cavern.
Would they still have gone knowing that they would be stripped of all humanity?
Under the constant eye of the aliens, a few men discover there may be a way out of the cavern.
But to where?
How will they escape and what will they encounter if they succeed?
| Cat's Eye (Death's Children - A Zombie Apocalypse Serial Book 1) |
by Baileigh Higgins
$0.00, 52 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #7 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
For fans of the Zombie Apocalypse genre, Cat’s Eye will have you holding your breath and fearing for the life of Catherine, a teenager with more guts than most and a will to live stronger than Death.
When the dead rise, homework is the least of your problems...
Cat’s life is pretty predictable, much like any other teen girl’s, until the short walk home from school becomes a battle for her very survival. In a single breath, everything she knows is torn away, and her world is overtaken by a tidal wave of rot.
She embarks on a harrowing journey to search for the one person that means the most to her. The very same person she might have to sacrifice if she wants to live.
The first book in the Death’s Children Series, Cat's Eye gives you a chilling look at the outbreak through the eyes of kids and teens.
| Lady Wasteland (Fallout Girl Book 4) |
by Amanda Close
$0.00, 31 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #325 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Kelly Killjoy is a gunslinging mercenary and skin flick scream queen on an endless quest for adventure, cash, and a good hard fight in the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
When her new boy toy turns out to be a double-crossing bounty hunter, Kelly finds herself behind bars and at the mercy of an abusive jailer. It looks like a mysterious medical organization and the darkly handsome doctor have plans for their female captives that extend beyond subjecting them to invasive exams. As our heroine strives to return to her loved ones she is thrust into a violent arena reality show and forced to fight for her life, not to mention what might be left of her virtue.
*The full serial novel is available now as Fallout Girl: Omnibus Edition
| Detroit |
by Seth Chambers
$0.00, 11 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #29 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > TV, Movie, Video Game Adaptations
Hell has come to Earth, and guess where it makes its home?
| Red Vengeance |
by Danny Planet
$0.00, 38 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #227 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
When her brother is kidnapped by a soul-sucking armored dragon, Andromeda must enlist in the help of pirates and magicians to save him.
| Dead Earth |
by Jonathon Biers
$0.00, 97 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #68 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
Expelled from a garden out of disobedience, Eve is the Guardian of a tree. Given a chance to redeem herself, she is called back into the fold, for a Mother and child need protection, and she begins a journey for a mortal who can help.
The Great War Armageddon. Prophecies spoke of it. Along with the one who would descend from the sky. The one did not arrive, and the date is unknown. Unknown, for the year will last as long as Armageddon takes place.
Fractured, the land lay desolate. Skyscrapers, split open, mirror fingers of the dead, reaching up toward the burning sky in a final plea for help. They provide no shelter from the blazing sun, but there is a chance for redemption, for a child has arrived holding a mystery in her hand: a mystery in which she cannot understand.
They call her by the name Angel, for her identity is unknown. Having the skill to heal, perhaps she can heal a broken world.
| Sanctuary 2 (The Foliage Series Book 4) |
by Aline Riva, Nathan Ward
$0.00, 284 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #139 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
Several years on, those who sought out cyborg scientist Blake Riley and fought for liberty in Sanctuary are settling down to life in Cyborg Valley – a life which would be perfect if not for the restrictions placed on the cyborg community by Freedom City, who keep the cyborgs within their own boundaries, still mistrusting the use of the enemy alien tech that enabled the development of life saving cyborg advancement. When General Felix Lynch, now a family man, is offered a deal on his former crime of stealing from the last factory five years before, with the liberty of the valley hanging in the balance, Lynch agrees to stand trial in Freedom City – and finds himself on the receiving end of a despicable trap that may see him sent to the gas chamber... While Lynch fights for his freedom, former stage magician and Valley Festival host Ashley Jekel is given devastating news by his close friend Professor Riley – the wiring Riley repaired after Jekel's injuries in the battle for Sanctuary is failing, and he is facing a fight for life as his wife Joy fears one battle even Captain Murdock could not help her win – the fight to save her husband's life. As the two men fight to survive for very different reasons, the political situation between the valley and the city explode as the anti cyborg movement End Cyborg Life begin a campaign of destruction.
Now it seems Joy and her former team of rebels will once again have to pick up weapons and fight to save those they love, as Lynch and Jekel both struggle to survive against the odds as the anti cyborg movement closes in and the city of Freedom and Cyborg Valley inch closer and closer towards an all out war...
| DARK CITY: DARK NIGHT, DARKER NIGHT, DARKEST NIGHT |
by ABE EVERGREEN
$0.00, 116 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #191 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Urban
The complete Dark City trilogy including Dark Night, Darker Night and Darkest Night. Jo Lamp's desperate struggle to save and protect his niece and sister as their pandemic ravaged city unravels and turns into a nightmarish landscape.
Jo Lamp's niece Yima is sick with the the latest flu strain, nicknamed Blue 32, which is a deadly killer. Unable to find the needed drugs and vaccine in other sectors of the city he decides to risk a trip into the Dark Sector to buy the drugs from a black marketer.
Jo Lamp tries to convince his sister to move with her daughter Yuma to his building so he can protect them, before the latest flu pandemic overwhelms city services and the metropolis plunges into a nightmarish darkness.
Six years after a pandemic ravaged their vast city Jo Lamp and his niece Yima survive by staying hidden away in their building, one of the many dark and silent skyscrapers in a sea of dark and silent skyscrapers. After years of counting campfires at night in the vast city around them Yima has decided she wants to meet the people around those fires but her uncle believes the people around those fires are dangerous. She believes otherwise and won't rest until she gets a chance to go outside.
| DEAD OF WINTER: 2- East Texas City (MOONSONG) |
by J. Johnson
$0.00, 48 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #174 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
An after The End of World cannibalistic cult has become a new religion. Native Americans and certain clans begin converging on a single place in the Appalachian Mountains. A cattle drive is organized bringing cattle and horses from Utah to East Texas City. A wagon train is organizing in Kansas City to resettle The New West. East Texas City already a center for stockyards and human trafficking begins evolving to become the New Las Vegas. A woman in what was once Georgia sits on an island in an Inland Sea laying Tarot Cards and watching all this transpire. A Dark Man tries to control and change transpiring events even if it means warping timelines. A single man on a cattle drive wonders who has all the nukes after The End of the World and more important who has the launch codes.
| NORTHLINGS (The Chronicles of Banain Book 2) |
by Paul Svendsen
$0.00, 305 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
Book two of The Chronicles of Banain
Thousands of years after devastating storms, followed by freezing conditions decimated the populations of almost every species on earth, the struggle for survival and dominance rages again.
Will humans be able to take control and repeat their mistakes … Or will others have a say in the way of things?
Born into this maelstrom of conflict is Banain, a human endowed with amazing telekinetic and telepathic powers.
Taken from his parents and raised by the Golden Eagle Krask, he is about to change everything.
Follow the continuation of Banain’s journey as he faces a new and deadly threat from the frozen north and discovers his true destiny.
NORTHLINGS is a gripping adventure with nature’s creatures and the battle of light over dark at the heart of the story.
| Finding Jack 420 (The 420 Series Book 1) |
by Thomas Tye, Darrell Norris
$0.00, 285 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
How all of the religions of the world come together through music and marijuana when the aliens attack. How music and 420 saved the world. Four hundred years in the future after aliens known as Amen have enslaved the human race, nearly cleared the planet of all resources (including water), a new breed of hatred among Amen and "Halflings" has emerged. Now, after centuries of working together, all religions including Phillipism, named after the Halfling prophet Edgar Phillipe, will give aid to Doc. A peace keeper for the organization known as the Wanderers and one of the last remaining humans, Doc begins to realize his quest and prove once again that Halflings and humans can come together to fight the remaining invaders. Through the help of his mentor and friend, a Phillipist known as Gunny, and his Halfling wife Amanda, he begins to learn the secrets of Phillipian music that will aide him on his path, a path that leads him back to Jack.
| GREEN AUTUMN AND BROWN SPRING: 5- The Lone Wolf's Tale (MOONSONG Book 1) |
by J. Johnson
$0.00, 29 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #21 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > United States
How does the world really end?
After an increasing number of hurricanes and super storms every year, a season of only monster storms occurs destroying the barrier islands that protect most coastlines. Huge new swamps form on the unprotected coastlines that breed new more lethal diseases. Depopulation and almost extinction occurs from the spread of the pandemic new diseases. The Lone Wolf comes from the far north and is a Speaker for his people. He came to their powerful village as an infant after his own tribe was killed in the tribal wars. He journeys to Chimney Rock a representative for the Northern Lands.
In this new world there is to be a tribal convergence to try to make a peace for the new lands created by The End of the World.
Who will survive?
| Gen-01: A Short Story |
by Zachariah Wahrer
$0.00, 12 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #14 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
After a hundred of years of overpopulation and resource scarcity on Earth, the Generation program dispatches its first ship. The large vessel, Generation-01, is destined to colonize the Trappist system, 40 light years away. In transit, however, the crew encounters an unforeseen difficulty, jeopardizing their dreams for a new future. Will they find a solution, or will Generation-01 be pulled into the depths of a massive star?
| The Tango of the Foo |
by Joe Zielica
$0.00, 106 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #34 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
It’s the night of Genesis, and in The Republic of South California, a man named Gyre, his sister, his sister's unborn child, and their cyborg dog are hunted by gangster’s intent on obtaining Gyre’s genome code, a code that has granted him and the unborn child near-immortality. Gyre’s father possesses the source of that code, a code provided by a living, alien technology that defies our understanding of time, a technology that may save mankind – or destroy it entirely.
| Attack of The Future: Book Three of The Barry Chronicles |
by Barry Derbyshire
$0.00, 15 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #44 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Barry Derbyshire was once one of the richest men in the world. A millionaire, billionaire who made his fortune from hedge funding, technology and winning the lottery an incredible 157 times in a row.
But now Barry's life is under threat from those who really run the world, the nefarious Illuminati and he has been forced to go on the run with only a talking Dolphin from Atlantis as his companion.
Each week* Barry will, from a secret location, update his novel series ‘The Barry Chronicles’ with his words of truth that will change very existence as we know it and finally set this world free. This may be the most important series of books ever written.
Book Three of The Barry Chronicles,the thrilling, 'Attack of The Future' sees Barry in more exciting, incredible, mind bending adventures as he battles the evil forces of the Illuminati
*In the event of Barry’s capture, re-programming or death at the hands of the Illuminati, ‘The Barry Chronicles’ will cease publication.
| The Events of Fate |
by Gordon Frisbie
$0.00, 106 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #465 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
A science fiction odyssey following the fateful adventures of Junior Bob.