| Ultimate Betrayal |
by Jo Ann Wentzel
$0.00, 306 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #93 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Imagine a dystopian world where society cannot protect their children from moral decay and the spread of evil.
Andrew Zenith, a conscientious local TV reporter, never worries about getting ahead just making a difference. He uncovers a story that will change the direction of his life forever. After hearing this story, all he thinks about every moment is confirming the facts he hopes are not true. He is driven to save the children. This task is near impossible since the majority of people have cold hearts and a loss of compassion for others.
He joins with others who care. Their mission-is to save the children at all costs. If their mission fails young lives will be ruined and even cut short. The fate of the children rests upon finding answers to the questions no one even wants to ask. Will he succeed against overwhelming odds?
| Cardboard Soldiers: Escape the Island (Lost Boys Saga Book 1) |
by James Scotson
$0.00, 303 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #292 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Part Matrix, part Lord of the Flies, and thoroughly engaging in its own right. - Kirkus Reviews
The beginning of a series of stories about how technology connects us and may crush us. Franky Robinson's just a kid when he's abducted, sent to a jungle island, and given a piece of high-tech gadgetry in his head. He joins a group of lost boys, trying to understand what their captors have in store for them, while the governments beyond their island crumble. He's given a choice to rise as a leader or be destroyed by the violence seeping in from every side of the oppressive terrain. Will they escape the island? And what awaits beyond the ocean? Travel with these boys as they learn how to overcome the obstacles of growing up and to survive in an inhospitable, unfair, and terrifying world.
| Global Burning: A Post-Apocalyptic Novel |
by Jonathan Sturak
$0.00, 245 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #63 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
In his newest work, the Amazon bestselling author of A SMUDGE OF GRAY and VEGAS WAS HER NAME offers you a riveting journey of survival. What would you do if the world were on fire?
It's the year 2045 and global warming has turned the world into a fireball. Nothing can survive outside and the last humans are confined to the underground. Recently, scientists have discovered the temperature has been rising at a much faster rate and in one month, the shields that protect the underground oxygen supply will be destroyed. All life will be exterminated! Follow Melissa Mercer, James Wilson, and the President of the New America as they try to save the human race from extinction.
| We Were Wilder (The Wilder Trilogy Book 1) |
by Rebecca K. O'Connor
$0.00, 245 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Nature & the Natural World
An experiment in “re-wilding” the western United States and reviving the environment seems a stunning success -- at first. A virus spread by the predators and prey relocated and now thriving in the West devastates the adult human population, raging out of control and reshaping the county. Cordoned off to separate the now much smaller populace from the dangers of virus-spreading wildlife, 100 years later, "National Park West" has become as wild as and even more dangerous than it was when Lewis and Clark first mapped the West.
When Imogen “Genny” Jones, a 23-year-old headstrong virologist hears rumors of a vaccine at an abandoned CDC lab, she sets out on a journey to find a cure. Walking 700 miles through the now forbidden wilderness, she struggles to survive ravenous predators, harsh weather, starvation, and sickness. Finding companionship in a savvy feral dog and an orphaned cheetah cub, she also discovers the wonder of the new wild, strength, and peace. Yet, she soon discovers that her world may need a lot more than a cure to a virus and she may not be the hero it needs.
| Tyranny in the Homeland: Post Apocalyptic EMP Survival Fiction Series (The Adventures of John Harris Book 3) |
by A J Newman, Carole Lewis
$0.00, 232 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #32 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > War & Military
Over 16 major US and many foreign cities have been nuked. The USA has lost all electronics due to several EMP blasts. The USA has reverted to lawless gangs and thugs taking over cities. The US Government is forcing most citizens into work camps for their protection.
The Adventures of John Harris continues This is a post-apocalyptic story about how a hero, John Harris, leads a group of people in rebuilding the country after a coalition of Islamic Terrorists, Drug Cartels and rogue US Government thugs kill over 200 million people in the USA and Western Europe. Imagine the USA having 16 major cities nuked, several EMPs have shut down the power grid and manufacturing and food distribution cease to exist. In this third book in the series, John and his team have solved the water, food and weapons shortages. John has become the President of the new ISA and the remains of the Navy, Army and Marines join him in trying to defend themselves against a rogue US government which is still trying to destroy the Independent States of America and imprison its people. The old USA launches several devastating attacks and also tries to assassinate John. Having failed to destroy the ISA, the old USA launches a surprise attack that nearly destroys the ISA's military. John’s team fights for survival against very long odds, but John is a hard man for hard times.
The series spans from 2020 to 2048. Books I - 4: Surviving, Hell in the Homeland, Tyranny in the Homeland and Revenge in the Homeland are all available on Amazon. Book V - Apocalypse in the Homeland is also available on Amazon.
| Trials: Death and the Undead |
by Kurtis Bissell
$0.00, 426 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #48 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Already living with the demons of his past, Vincent Andrews finds himself in the midst of a new viral outbreak. Along with some old companions, Vincent starts off on a journey through this harsh new world to find a place of solace - somewhere this infection has not reached. Along their path they encounter obstacles that test their wits and people who try their morals. And not only are they thrust into this epidemic without a proper means to combat it, they are also given keys to a greater truth that has yet to present itself.
Only time will tell who will survive - and who will succumb to the madness of this harsh - and ethereal - new world order.
| 2084 |
by Mason Engel
$0.00, 83 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (26 reviews), #4 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Literature & Fiction
The year is 2084, and the spying eyes of Big Brother are nowhere to be found. Orwell’s dystopia has been stalled - so far.
The world wears Lenses, computerized glass contacts manufactured by a corporation called Newsight. The technology is regulated by the Senate, so no one worries about breaches in privacy. A teenage boy named Vincent, however, feels quite differently. After his Senator father tells him that Newsight has been pushing for an appeal on the data regulations, Vincent begins to dig deeper. He learns that Newsight’s CEO claims to want to use the data in his fight against the Order, a terrorist organization whose attacks have recently been mounting in frequency, but the man’s true motives aren’t so clear - until Vincent meets a girl from school whose father is a Newsight developer. There is a trail of bread crumbs in the software’s code. Newsight has a closer relationship to the Order than anyone may have guessed, and the Lenses have been doing more than just running simulations. Caught in the middle of a world blinded by progress, Vincent finally discover the truth. But it might already be too late.
“2084” casts a technocentric world into an Orwellian shadow. Told in close but unique parallel to “1984”, Vincent’s ever-quickening journey to the world’s new dystopia has left readers wanting more.
“Honestly I didn't enjoy 1984 and don't usually like Sci-Fi/Post-Apocalyptic stories, so when my friends told me I had to check it out, I was more than hesitant. Surprisingly, after the first few pages, I couldn't put it down. It made my commute to/from work fly by. If 1984 had been this engaging, I would have paid more attention in high school. Perfect short read for book clubs on the go. One complaint: I WANT MORE.”
“Engel is able to create vividly detailed environments without slowing the pace his story. Definitely a good quick read that makes me want to see more by him.”
| Stones: Data (Stones #1) |
by Jacob Whaler, Erica Orloff
$0.00, 540 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (158 reviews), #17 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
#1 Amazon Thriller! A New Take on Good versus Evil!
A novel that will blow your mind and open your eyes!
Alexander the Great. Genghis Kahn. Julius Caesar. Attila the Hun. Mao. Stalin.
For thousands of years, the Stones have been hidden among us, giving a privileged few power to rule over masses, destroy empires and create new ones.
It's near the end of the 21st century. When Matt Newmark was ten years old, his mother was killed in a vicious corporate assassination. For the last twelve years, he's been living off grid under the over-protective care of his father, running from dark forces, trying to stay alive. Now Matt finally has a chance to break away and start a new life. On the eve of a trip to Japan, he finds a dark rock in the shape of a claw. Life is never the same again. With the help of a Shinto priest, Matt discovers it’s a Stone, a piece of ancient alien technology that gives him a sweeping view of history and control over time, matter and energy.
But Matt is not alone.
Mikal Ryzaard has a Stone of his own and a burning vision to eliminate suffering from the earth and bring back Paradise. With all the resources of a massive multinational corporation behind him, he tracks down Matt and makes him an offer.
Join me or die.
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| The Sky Between Two Worlds: -- Apocalypse Denied |
by Glen E. Books
$0.00, 216 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (47 reviews), #53 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > War
ABOUT THE BOOK
Two college students are suddenly thrown into a world of covert intrigue and assassination. Imagine being stalked at night across an empty campus, chased through empty hallways and cornered in a vacant laboratory, no one answering your calls for help. What would you do?
Kantak Johnson, a native Alaskan, and Harvey Jamison are about to graduate from MIT when they discover how to make stealth aircraft undetectable by radar, a discovery that can change the balance of military power.
Habeed Khan, military leader of a hostile Eastern alliance, learns of the students’ discovery and seeks to keep it from the West.
As events unfold, the two hostile blocs, East and West, each build stealth warplanes that the other can’t detect, neither knowing what the other side has. Then they dispute an old treaty that fixes the price of Eastern oil. The dispute leads to skirmishes; a misdirected Western drone strike leads to war.
In Alaska, Johnson must take to the air to defend his family and birth village from an Eastern invasion force…and somehow survive.
| Artifacts |
by Christopher Buchheit, Steven Catizone
$0.00, 148 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #64 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
Everyone has secrets they cannot escape. All of known civilization is ruled by the Riv, a race that dominates political and religious culture, exploiting a monopoly on power and truth. Milo, an outcast with an unfortunate lineage, discovers something hidden deep in the woods that threatens Riv authority. His best friend Milena - herself a Riv with a better pedigree - has inner demons the Riv want to leverage against her.
Can Milo somehow reveal this powerful secret without harming those he loves?
Will Milena keep her secrets hidden to protect Milo, or will she help him tear apart the only world she fits into?
| Doubt: a Truth Seekers end of the world religious thriller series (Among Us Trilogy Book 1) |
by Anne-Rae Vasquez
$0.00, 320 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (91 reviews), #11 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Futuristic
For readers who have a twisted delight in books with an "End of Times / Armageddon" theme and are fans of shows like "Fringe" and "Supernatural". *Rated PG: mild swearing
Gold winner in Readers' Favorite Book Award
Harry Doubt, a genius programmer and creator of the popular online game 'Truth Seekers', has a personal mission of his own; to find his mother who went mysteriously missing while volunteering on a peacekeeping mission in Palestine. His gaming friends and followers inadvertently join in helping him find her; believing that they are on missions to find out what has happened to their own missing loved ones. During Harry's missions, Cristal and the team of 'Truth Seekers' stumble upon things that make them doubt the reality of their own lives. As they get closer to the truth, they realize that there are spiritual forces among them both good and evil, but in learning this, they activate a chain of events that start the beginning of the 'end of the world' as they know it.
The Among Us Trilogy questions what is beyond this world and ties in different supernatural religious beliefs of God, Heaven, Purgatory and Hell, angels and demons apocalypse, spirituality and fantasy by mixing themes from shows like Fringe and Supernatural to create an end of the world religious pulp thriller.
| The Boy on the Bridge (Extended Free Preview) |
by M. R. Carey
$0.00, 400 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #55 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
From the author of USA Today bestseller The Girl With All the Gifts, a terrifying new novel set in the same post-apocalyptic world.
Once upon a time, in a land blighted by terror, there was a very clever boy.
The people thought the boy could save them, so they opened their gates and sent him out into the world.
To where the monsters lived.
| The Event: Prologue to Afterworld |
by Brian L. Knack
$0.00, 20 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #7 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
400 years in the future mankind has gone to the stars. New colonies, new worlds, new lands to conquer and develop. Year after year, tens of thousands of men and women launch out into the deep to begin new lives and spread humanity throughout the universe.
There’s just one problem. A living super computer believes it cannot let humanity spread its diseased and destructive seed across the galaxy. It hatches a plan to destroy humanity before it irreparably damages the universe.
Follow Charles Tindale, the Project Manager on the T.S.S. Horizon, Earth’s newest colony ship. Construction delays, 120 hour weeks, and the stresses of finishing on schedule and under budget has left Charles feeling empty and discontent. He misses his family and they want nothing more than time with him.
Will he leave his job and get the time with his family he so desperately desires? Or, is mankind’s end closer than anyone realizes?
| Blood of the Redd Guard (Chapters 1-14) |
by Dan Decker
$0.00, 142 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #117 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Adar Rahid has only been a general for two months, but his problems are already multiplying. He has his hands full with a father who wants to kill him and Helam Morgol, another general who is secretly laying plans to take over the Rarbon city government.
When Adar encounters a gang of bandits brazenly robbing and murdering merchants in his territory he suspects that there is more going on than just a simple robbery. His fears are quickly confirmed when a murder perpetrated by a hidden organization known as the Kopal pulls him into a conflict with Helam where the future of the city is at stake.
While events unfold Adar Rahid struggles to find a distinction between his methods and those employed by Helam Morgol as both take drastic actions to gain the upper hand.
Readers are taken on an adventure between dueling generals in this tale of epic fantasy and science fiction. This action packed story is based in the War of the Fathers universe and happens twenty three years before the events in War of the Fathers. This book includes Chapters 1 - 14. Pick up your copy today!
| SPOUTS: BOOK ONE IN THE REVELATIONS TENT SERIES |
by Trey Charger
$0.00, 250 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #44 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
This is an Apocalyptic story of an alien invasion of Earth, triggered by unseen and unknown entities. Manipulating the weather around large bodies of water, the enemies cause enormous and catastrophic waterspouts to form and pulverize civilization. Following the waterspouts, small metallic balls appear around the world, but only bother with certain parts and kinds of humanity. The story follows a man and his young niece, as they take refuge in a rural bunker, trying to make contact with the man's sister (his niece's mother). Meteorologists, SEALs, Astronomers and others round out the cast struggling to survive and find safety. Retreating to dry, inland refuges, humanity starts to gather in pockets and make sense of what has happened. Herded and harried, some branded and tagged like animals, people begin to suspect that whatever has assailed them regards them as little more than pests. Not everything falls into disarray, and surprising sources of strength and bravery begin to emerge from the dark places into which the population of Earth has been pushed.
| Upgrade (A Science Fiction/Dystopian Novel) |
by Julius St. Clair
$0.00, 317 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #43 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
The Great Collapse of 2025 ushered in an unexpected era for humanity and its dystopian society...
The rise of the android.
Designed for entertainment, their function was quickly altered to rebuild the society of yesterday. Within a decade, the world had been transformed, and the androids, to most, became equals.But now a new technology is on the horizon. One that will give human beings abilities beyond their imagination, and suddenly, the androids aren't needed anymore.
On the brink of extinction, an unlikely alliance between man and machine forms, and uncovers a plot so heinous, it threatens to destroy civilization altogether.
This is a hard science fiction novel that focuses on what it means to be human, searching the darkest depths of one's soul for the hope and light that surely lies within.
| The Erten Tales (Rebels of Blood Moon Book 1) |
by E L Hewitt
$0.00, 189 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #93 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military
A dark futuristic science fiction novel, set in an alternative universe controlled minds and unconquered souls as the warriors fight for the salvation of mind and soul against the ever approaching of the darkness that threatens to engulf them all.
| Gamorphia (Harmony 0.5) |
by C.O. Amal
$0.00, 79 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #127 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
Story of a man who is struggling to live on planet Gamorphia among the humans who aren’t humans. Prepared to be amazed at a planet which orbits around the sun in planet Earth’s orbit. The vampire aliens came out of nowhere and they are everywhere. Humans of planet Gamorphia are being hunted down for blood. Can they stand against these blood sucking creatures. With the invention of human meat suits the aliens could be anywhere and they could be anyone. This is the end of the human world you know.
| Ghosts in the Glass (A Lesser Dark Book 2) |
by S. Cushaway, J. Ray
$0.00, 332 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #344 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Leigh Enderi thought she would be safe behind Dogton’s gates. . . but her fight for survival has only begun.
The Bloom is over and Dogton is left buried by the monstrous storm that swept across the Shy’war-Anquai desert. With Neiro Preciaus presumed dead and the legendary scout, Kaitar Besh, missing, the town totters on the verge of collapse under the
disastrous rule of Evrik Niles.
As one disaster after another strikes, Leigh’s will is stretched to the breaking point. The only hope left waits locked in a dark cell—an Enetic every bit as dangerous as the militant Scrappers prowling Dogton’s dusty streets.
| Alien Disaster Trilogy: Alien Disaster, Moon Dust & Lethal Planet |
by Rob May
$0.00, 766 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #12 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Aliens
The complete thrilling science fiction trilogy. When the world faces invasion and destruction on an epic scale, three unlikely friends find themselves caught up in an adventure that will take them from the post-apocalyptic ruins of the Earth to a far-flung alien planet on the brink of war.
In ALIEN DISASTER, the world is changed forever when London is hit by a mysterious and catastrophic attack. Pursued by otherworldly enemies and covert government forces, science student Brandon Walker is forced to team up with thuggish Jason Brown and his quirky sister Kat, as he battles to uncover a secret within his own family that might hold the key to saving the planet.
In MOON DUST, Kat Brown and her friends struggle to survive in the aftermath of the invasion. Debris from the shattered Moon smothers the Earth, and strange alien creatures lurk and thrive in the hostile environment. And on top of all this, a mysterious and beautiful girl from a distant planet seems intent on stealing the heart of Kat’s boyfriend, Brandon Walker.
In LETHAL PLANET, Jason Brown finds himself fighting to secure a future for the human race on a dangerous planet where the weather, wildlife and plantlife are all deadly. When he and his friends join a brave rebellion, they draw the attention of the head priest of a terrible alien god, and Jason discovers that they may not only be the last hope for humanity, but also for the entire galaxy.
| The Sky Between Two Worlds: Kantak's Story (The Sky Between Two Worlds Book 2) |
by Glen Books
$0.00, 151 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #341 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
Suppose that you discover something that can change the balance of world military power. Imagine that an enemy of your country finds out and sends an assassin to silence you – forever. What would you do when he stalks you across a dark campus, chases you through empty halls, traps you in a laboratory, and no one responds to your calls for help?
The Sky Between Two Worlds--Kantak's Story is a young adult science fiction thriller of intrigue, love, war and survival in a world of titanic East-West conflict. It's 2031, and the world is divided between two hostile superpowers--East and West. About to graduate from MIT, Kantak hears classmate Harvey Jamison describe a new material that he discovered, a material that can completely absorb microwaves. Kantak recognizes that the material can make stealth warplanes invisible to radar. Harvey's professor, no friend of the West, also recognizes the military use of the material and discloses it to the East.
The students are suddenly thrown into a world of international intrigue, faced with professional assassins, and the West is faced with a shift in world power and the consequences of a drone strike gone tragically awry. The Sky Between Two Worlds is an exciting, realistic action and adventure story that will move you to the edge of your seat.
| The Thirteen (2 Book Series) |
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