| Lawless (Lawless Saga Book 1) |
by Tarah Benner
$0.00, 308 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (91 reviews), #29 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
From the author of The Fringe comes an addictive new dystopian saga.
When Lark was sentenced to twenty-five years behind bars, she thought San Judas was her lucky break. The primitive 16,000-acre community in rural New Mexico isn’t like any other prison. There are no cells, there is no warden, and Mother Mercy is the law.
She didn’t realize she’d be fighting for survival on a daily basis — battling hunger, violent inmates, and Mother Mercy’s iron fist. Lark’s only friend is Bernie — an off-the-rails environmental activist doing time for arson — and a mysterious stranger who’s been sending her illicit messages from the men’s colony.
Lark never thought escaping San Judas was possible until a message in a bottle changes everything: The guards outside the walls are disappearing, and the world as they know it is coming to an end.
| 300 Miles to Galveston |
by R. L. Wiedeman
$0.00, 162 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (62 reviews), #421 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
In 2037, a father and daughter travel from Dallas to Galveston, driven by a shortwave radio message. In hope of rescue, they risk their lives to brave the 300 mile journey down a highway littered with abandoned cars and stalked by murderous gangs. They have nothing but an empty gun, two walking sticks, and each other.
| The Link Between Us: Managing the Apocalypse |
by C. J. Boyle
$0.00, 306 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #114 in > Romance > Science Fiction
The Links think we're food. They're wrong!
“They evolved over the course of a few months. At first, they just looked different. They were still our brothers and sisters. They were still our husbands and wives...our children. But we knew it was coming. The day when they would complete the change. We all had the terrible premonitions in our heads. But what were we to do? Murder the ones who changed? Eliminate the perceived threat before it could come to fruition? No, everyone knew it would happen, but they weren’t sure that it would. Besides, how do you kill the ones you love? We waited.”
After a mummified cavewoman was found deep in the permafrost of Siberia, an ancient virus was released that soon evolved half of mankind into vicious monsters that feed on anything that moved. They were called Links. Not because scientists believed that the virus originated from ‘The Missing Link’ but because ordinary people liked to make fun of those who changed. As if those who had changed were the missing “Link.”
When the virus spread throughout the world, Kera was a prisoner at New Hope Prison. She already knew her son, Charlie, was a Link and worried about him every day. And then they changed. The transformation was completed and the thing that everyone was afraid of happened. The Links turned on their loved ones and shredded them. All Kera wanted was to get to Charlie but she was trapped in a locked prison with a bunch of monsters. She survived that first night with the help of the prison doctor and a brave guard but she took off as soon as she could. Her only goal was to get to her son. She needed to know the fate of Charlie.
But she couldn’t find Charlie and she lost all hope. She returned to the prison. But not alone.
People started to see her as their ray of hope. They looked to her for guidance and leadership. She became The Warden. She found it very hard to adjust to the new normal and went on many dangerous missions called ‘shopping sprees’ hoping that she'd eventually be killed. As time went by and more was learned about the Links, Kera finally realized that losing her son didn't mean her life was over.
Not very far away, inside Cheyanne Mountain Command, was an equally distressed leader named Colonel Cockran. He saw himself as the new leader of the country and he made it his personal mission to rid it of the Links no matter what the cost, no matter who he had to betray or kill to do it. He had the military and scientists at his disposal. Ordering the experiments to be conducted on Links and even offering up his wife as a guinea pig, Cockran soon finds himself teetering on the edge of sanity.
Their stories spiral around each other and eventually come to a spectacular conclusion. I would rate this book R17 because of violence, language, and sexual situations (not explicit).
Thanks for reading!
| The ReLife Project 2156-(Volume 1): A Futuristic Thriller |
by C. M. Dancha
$0.00, 317 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #43 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
Rollie Sweats has a chance to change the world by simply following his 112-year-old Great Grandmother's instructions.
But, should he?
It's the 22nd century and human cloning has become a reality. In three days, the first replicant will be made at Phoenvartis, a Swiss pharma-tech company. As the head of the development team, Rollie must decide which genetic samples to use to produce the replicant.
He has been directed by his boss to use the samples provided by the World Council which governs Earth and colonies on satellite planets. But, his gut tells him to use the samples provided by his Great Grandmother who claims to be a distant relative of an American, founding father and his slave concubine.
Time is running out. He has less than 24 hours to either surrender to the government's demand or flee for his life.
Or, can he think of a way to keep everyone in check and stay alive?
If you like thrillers filled with deceit, murder, romance and surprise twists and turns, you'll love both volumes of "The ReLife Project".
You'll find this "page-turner" as exciting as "Ready Player One" by Ernest Clive and J.D. Robb's futuristic novels.
Buy volume 1, "The ReLife Project-2156" Today and enter the strange and intriguing world of Tomorrow.
| The Hunter, The Hunted, And The Prey |
by James Manning
$0.00, 265 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #203 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Genetic Engineering
In a world destroyed by greed and power only the strongest survive. In the wilderness, death lurks as bands of raiders, and recreated monsters, seek easy prey. Against threats both human, and prehistoric, Chris Spencer must survive enemies from all sides, and all species. With the help of a man with no history, and no memory, Chris faces his toughest challenge: civilisation. Working in the biggest city he is tasked with clearing the unwelcomed visitors preying on the residents. Dinosaurs on one side, politics on the other, the Hunter must use his wits, cunning, and instinct to survive.
| Ashes to Ashes Book 1: (Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Thriller) |
by Steve Reed
$0.00, 40 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #21 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Ashes to Ashes Book 1
Shades of crimson still color the haze that hangs in a shroud around the planet, providing an eerie hue to the little bit of sunlight that penetrates through. The microscopic dust that fills the air makes breathing difficult at times. The heavier particles of dust still cling to the surface of everything; the color is all but gone from the world, the landscape is gray and white.
The ranch Lilly calls home is just outside Mt. Rainier National Park. When the first tremors and explosions erupted from Mt. Rainier the horses were still in the corral…her father and mother left the house to get the horses to the stable, they never returned, they are not among the horses; at least she could not see them from the window.
The ground continues to shake and the house groans as the heavy timbers shift and sway; threatening to come crashing down around her. She knows that Mt. Rainer is an active volcano and periodically she had felt it rumble to life; but this?
No television, cell phone, or internet, no electricity, and no contact with the outside world. Lilly’s only source of information is a small crank radio…she heard the first reports hours after her parents left to save the horses and guide them to the stables. The devastation was global…some reports spoke of a catastrophe within and around the ring of fire; others spouted about earthquakes along long dead faults, the reports were chaos.
The original information given to those who could hear it through their radios was to stay put. Stay indoors or get to a safe place indoors and remain there until emergency forces could be mobilized.
Now, Lilly must make a choice, stay inside and wait for a rescue that may never come or go outside and take her chances…maybe find her parents, hopefully find safety.
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| Worm Fall (Earth Worm Tribe Book 1) |
by Steven Thomasson
$0.00, 416 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #1 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
Giant ten-mile long Space Worms invade Earth, devouring buildings, cars, trees,humans--everything!--in their path, Zack, Jolie, along with teen friends, a pair of teachers, and some neighbors--escape by slipping inside a monster Worm.
As they explore their new environment, slithering through living walls, while trying not to anger the Worm's internal defenses, they encounter pools of biomass-dissolving acids, poisonous plants, and out-of-this-world creatures. Every day is a risky experiment with life-and-death consequences as they search for water, build shelters, search for food, and dodge becoming dinner for a black dragon or a T-rex.
Attending proms and lounging on lazy days at the pond are replaced by enduring interstellar travel and negotiating with alien cultures. As the Earth Worm Tribe fights for the survival of humanity, they grow closer, longing to create home and family.
| The Dreamless Sea: A Matt Ransom Mystery |
by Bobby Underwood
$0.00, 258 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #204 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
The morally complex and emotionally beautiful Sapphire Sea took the Matt Ransom series to new frontiers, reshaping the sensual and complex world while fulfilling all the promise suggested in the series’ lean and sexy inaugural entry, The Velvet Sea. If readers were expecting the follow-up to The Sapphire Sea to be a letdown after the series’ most emotionally powerful entry, they can be forgiven. It was difficult to imagine where this series could go from where we last left our favorite bio-organic and his sensually close group of friends, especially after such devastating losses. Yet even at the beautiful ending, Arthur Ballard was left hanging like a dangling participle in the Sapphire Sea’s epilog, and from this tiny strand comes perhaps the most beautiful book of the entire series. Sprawling, complex, emotionally naked and ultimately powerful, The Dreamless Sea doesn’t just equal the Sapphire Sea, it builds on it, further reshaping this series by taking it in new and fresh directions. Like the Sapphire Sea, this entry is both heartbreaking and beautiful, proof that indeed, sometimes lightning can and does strike twice.
| Her Death On Me |
by Maria Rae
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #236 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
A lonely survivor travels the wastes of a shattered world, faithful mutt in tow.
The prompt for this piece was simple: "Make me cry."
| Inhuman - Book 1 |
by C.J. Crowley
$0.00, 255 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #116 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
When modern society ceases to exist, trust, compassion and morality become a seductive disease, leading to the absence of reason. In this new world it can only mean death.
Inhuman - The tragic, gripping, and at times disturbing story of a man and his family trying to survive after the world just stops.
A series of earthquakes have left the entire country without power. The military has mysteriously declared martial law and blocked all of the major roads, trapping Chris and his family in one of the many rural areas of Trinity County, California. The emergency broadcast system is offline and cellphones can no longer acquire signals. Due to a lack of any information or ways to get food and clean water, panic breaks out. Hunger and desperation soon follows.
Don't expect a hero, don't expect a badass and definitely don't expect a perfect ending. This story is meant to go against the grain and showcase the struggle of average people having to acclimate to a situation they never expected to find themselves in.
18+ Violence, Gore, Language.
Book 2 now available
| The Tridington Birthright: A Steampunk Short Story Cycle |
by Travis I. Sivart
$0.00, 114 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #28 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Steampunk
Award winning author Travis I. Sivart brings you horror blended with paranormal, adventure, and steampunk in a collection of interconnected short stories that would make H.P. Lovecraft and Stephen King take notice.
Twins, Trudy and Spencer Tridington, are drawn into a world of dark forces and millennium old plots in a short story cycle of suspense and shadowy specters.
A secret that has been buried for tens of thousands of years rises up from the mists of history, and sweeping up twins, Trudy and Spencer, when their eccentric uncle's time experiment explodes. Their family curse drags them into a world of shape shifting monsters and genetic experiments, as brother and sister learn to support one another and trust themselves.
| The Festival |
by C.V. Allan
$0.00, 147 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #478 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
To distract the population from an ongoing war, free festivals have not been outlawed and several have flourished. One such free festival has become a major centre for alternative cults.
One of the cults has become too powerful and their collective psychic abilities have grown. The authorities decide to investigate: as they do so, reality starts to change around them.
| Time Travel_0 |
by Bryan Arthur
$0.00, 176 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #129 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
In the near future, an imprisoned computer hacker is given a chance at freedom. First he must steal an old computer from the 20th century, then travel to the future and disable a deadly computer virus. The time traveler soon finds the simple task is anything but. He encounters a religious cult the Augustinians, and the para-military group the SCN and an ubiquitous hologram all trying to stop his mission: Time Travel_0.
| Neizbezhnyy: Stary Trilogy Book Two |
by Michael Sichok
$0.00, 170 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #481 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Nadya Illyushin faces the inevitable, the neizbezhnyy, in the sensual, sensory world of Caelum, in the sequel to the ground-breaking Nadeyat'sya. This time, new secrets are unmasked- and an entire world is reopened to her and her beautiful sister, Saski, in a stunning turn of events...
| The Experimental Outbreak |
$0.00, 4 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #116 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Dr. Wilson thinks that he has found the cure for cancer. When the patient who he performed the cure on begins showing unexpected actions, the doctor soon thinks that what he created was something else.
| Almiles: I. Witches' sabbath |
by Sergio Ferrer
$0.00, 12 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #118 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
ALMILES, the discovery of connections between people. Artists, composers, musicians, writers, painters ... all of them are RECEPTORS of FEELINGS. They receive dreams, vibrations and simply write, compose or paint what they receive, but, does all this really come from a Muse, or is there something else?
I. Witches' sabbath
Jack and Walter walk down the river Vero in Spain looking for the witch's cave, finally, the cave found them