| World Builder |
by Lucas Kitchen, Lance Kitchen, Levi Kitchen
$0.00, 203 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #76 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Fantasy
What if there were Immortal beings with god-like powers that lived among the modern world unseen?
Stranded on Earth for over a century with nothing but a desire to learn and no memory of his past, Truss must find his purpose before the bound ones find him. His adrenaline pumping journey introduces him to a cast of other-worldly beings with god-like powers. While he quests to determine friend from foe the galactic council prepares for the final battle for Earth. Truss has an important part to play in the epic tale. Will he discover his role before the forces of evil use him for their own ends?
| Glitch The Prologue (The Glitch Series) |
by Victor Deckard
$0.00, 54 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #17 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Max, a rather plain guy, finds himself inside a post-apocalyptic survival roleplaying videogame. He has no idea how he has ended up in the virtual reality or how to quit it. He has no choice but to play the game.
Shortly afterward, he learns that the game is quite harsh and cruel. Max finds out that in order to survive he has to scavenge, gather various resources, craft warm clothes and armor, upgrade weapons and vehicles, and so on.
Moreover, the entire game world is a full-on PvP zone. So Max has to not only fight brutal mutants but also protect himself against gamers who have teamed up in order to ratchet up their chances of survival as well as against high-leveled players who take great pleasure in murdering newbies.
And all the while Max has been trying to find out what has befallen him, how he has gotten in the videogame, and whether or not there is any chance of exiting the game. Bit by bit he gleans more and more information about the game. He finds out that the game is full of bugs. Later on he also learns that he himself is a some kind of a glitch. Unlike all the other players, he feels pain in the game and can interact with some game objects while all the other players cannot…
| CAT-AGEDDON: THE CATERWAULING E:1.3 (CAT-APOCOYLPSE) |
by ROODY HARRIS
$0.00, 34 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #68 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Just in Time for Halloween CAT-AGEDDON releases our “The Horror” issue. With a frightening descriptions of a Haunted house containing almost every known poison to cats. Then It returns to the stories of WINSTON the mind control cat and BLACK TOM Bob the mechanics, underworldly cat as they meet for unknown reasons. Then turns its Focus to STAMPY the velcro calico who gets CAT NAPPED by two mutually masochistic codependents who live their unconventionally abusive and gore proned lifestyle off the grid with an Abyssinian cat named CHESTER. “The Horror” issue then takes us to a Japanese Cat Island where something unusual is brewing in the cat feces, that the self exiled man in a lab coat spends all of his time collecting. Follows stories from episode one and two.
CAT-AGEDDON is a Stylistic world that exists between the Genres of Hard Science fiction, Science Fantasy, Horror, Magical realism, Mystery and Literary fiction. It is a cat themed attempt to steal the fire from the Astrophysics, Cosmology, Space travel and Computer Sciences and give it to some of the unrepresented branches of science such as Behavioural Economics, Animal Psychology, Evolution, Ornithology, Virology Bacteriology and Industrial Psychology. In this world we bring science fiction back to the planet and give it to cats.
CAT-AGEDDON is written for cat lovers, in that it gives cats an honest treatments in writing. It makes distinctions between breeds and cat behaviours. It develops them as characters while keeping them raw and natural. It gives cats the respect of not needing to put them in clothes or make them walk on their hind legs. It tells many interesting stories without resorting to having cats speak their minds in english when no one is around. It Depicts them as intelligent and Involved in our lives and imbeds them with a sense of respect that is easily carried over into fear.
CAT-AGEDDON is an expansive and diverse world of humans and cats with the range and character diversity of the Simpsons universe. And the variety of story content that accommodates something for everyone.
If you are fans of podcasts like Radiolab and Freakonomics with science based interviews and listen to bands with quirky literary content like the Eels the Mountain Goats, Ween and the Presidents of the United States of America, you will enjoy this series.
If you enjoy the idea density of Philip K Dick, the humorous levity of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. and Douglas Adams, the poetic intensity of Ray Bradbury as well as the technical creativity of Larry Niven you will like this series.
If you like cats you will like this series.
CAT-AGEDDON was produced using the skilled freelance services provided on Fiverr
| Planet X: The End of Days? |
by Nathaniel Justice
$0.00, 17 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #138 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Janice and her boyfriend were some of the first to see two suns. They then began to research carefully and learned the US government had spent $7 trillion dollars to build D.U.M.B.s---deep underground military bases---as well as a 600 mile long underground road. The reason as uncovered by Watergate Investigator Bob Fletcher: to prepare for the arrival of Nibiru also known as Planet X. The more they dig the more they find, like astronomers being killed a week before they are going to make a joint announcement, that according to a Dr Brown he says a Planet 9 is causing all the planetary perturbations, these are REAL but, when you actually check, it can't be the cause where he says because it is not in range... a researcher has correctly identified what happens when Nibiru arrives as it has every 300-400 years, explains how Noah's flood happened, why the normal air currents are just gone and a mess, why the oceans would recede all before they did. Is Planet X the End of Days?
| Neuroseed: A Cyberpunk Thriller |
by Greg James
$0.00, 215 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #28 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Cyberpunk
A Dystopian Cyberpunk Adventure for fans of Blade Runner, Altered Carbon and Neuromancer!
Celeste Walker’s home is the Crawl: a dystopian mega-city covering two-thirds of the Earth’s surface. The entire population are interconnected through a cyberspace network called the Flood. Celeste hunts down and defuses rogue memories in the Flood for a living. Her life is well-ordered, calculated, and routine – until the memories she hunts start fighting back. What is real and what is not begins to blur. Her work colleagues are found dead – is she the murderer? With her life and sanity at stake, Celeste finds her way to the forbidden Zero Sector, where the shocking truth awaits. Will she be the one to lead a revolution against the hi-sector elite and the mysterious Man in the Moon? Or, will she betray and ultimately destroy the human race?
Includes bonus short stories: Neon Dawn, A Sculptor's Dream and End Program
"To call Neuroseed a roller-coaster wouldn't do it justice, it's more like an acid-trip on an alien dimension." Autumn Christian, acclaimed author of The Crooked God Machine and We are Wormwood
"One of the bleakest things I've ever read." The Booze and Books Review Blog
| A or B (The Golden Age of Heroes Book 3) |
by Ken Ramsley
$0.00, 81 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #97 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Technothrillers
My name is Rice Jackson. Aboard Asteroid 224473, I am a Stage 1 mining engineer. Working with my team of asteroid redirection experts, our plan is simple. We will park this rock within spitting distance of Earth, then travel onto our next assignment.
The year is 2137, and almost everyone back on Earth has long-forgotten why an asteroid parked within spitting distance of Earth is a bad idea. But we work for a corporation, not a policy institute. If they want to ignore the risks... who are we to complain? They pay us to work, and they pay us not to complain. And if a mined-out hulk threatens to slam into the Earth a thousand years down the road - isn't that somebody else's problem?
Famous last words, if ever they were spoken.
We may spend our time pushing asteroids around the inner solar system. In reality, we are working against human nature, and before my stint aboard this rock is over, the nature of human power, greed, and deliberate ignorance will collide with reality.
Far across the solar system, our corporate employers will be powerless to intervene, and aboard Asteroid 224473, woefully outnumbered and outgunned, my Stage 1 crew will stand across the breach. Once we have done all that we can do, we will face one of two inconceivable outcomes:
A or B.
THE GOLDEN AGE OF HEROES
A or B is the third story in my seven-story collection.
The Golden Age of Heroes includes:
- The Legend of Cyclone Young
- Silver Coins
- A or B
- The Quality Guy
- Harry James
- Twelve Days to Live
- Porcupine Station
| The URANUS Code (Citadel World Book #1) |
by Kir Lukovkin
$0.00, 445 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #3 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Boys & Men
Rick was born and raised in the Omicron Commune, protected from the monsters and darkness of the Expanse outside with thick walls. A place with barely enough light to see by, constantly gripped by the cold. The death of the Commune is only a question of time.
Meeting visitors from the Expanse turns Rick's view of the world upside down. It turns out that there are other humans that live outside and fight to survive, while the Commune is but one of many sectors of the Expanse. Rick's new goal becomes saving the Commune from destruction. Worried about the future of his sister, he puts his trust in the outsiders, escaping the Commune to find and restart the mysterious thermal generators, find the key and solve the riddle of the gigantic Thermopolis — a high-tech citadel created by the ancients.
He is now a rebel and a heretic and there's no turning back!
| Reproduction (The Seventh Age of Man Book 3) |
by Kevin Gordon
$0.00, 643 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #275 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military
After all Brian's hard work, all his lying, scheming and killing, a Countdown is heard once again. The life he helped bring back to the Earth disappears, and once again, he must face the herculean task of reviving the Earth and its people. Brian thinks he has it all figured out, believes he knows what to expect, but there is so much he could never dream of.
A messiah, sent from God.
A betrayal, that will break his will.
A war, unlike any the world has ever seen.
Waiting in the mountain, is the last, greatest challenge he will ever face. For though a stranger can be a terrible foe, one's family is always the most dangerous enemy of all.
Reproduction is the penultimate volume in the Seventh Age of Man series. The series begins with Regeneration, continues with Maturation, and concludes with Desiccation.
| CAT-APOCOYLPSE (3 Book Series) |
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
| THE DOOM OF LONDON - Complete Series (Illustrated): The Four White Days, The Four Days' Night, The Dust of Death, A Bubble Burst, The Invisible Force & The River of Death |
by Fred M. White, Warwick Goble
$0.00, 163 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #87 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
This carefully crafted ebook: "THE DOOM OF LONDON - Complete Series (Illustrated)" is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
The Doom of London is a science-fiction series of stories in which various catastrophes beset Victorian London.
Table of Contents:
The Four White Days – A sudden and deep winter paralyses the city under snow and ice.
The Four Days' Night – The city of London is beset by a massive killer smog.
The Dust of Death – Diphtheria infects the city, spreading from refuse tips and sewers.
A Bubble Burst – How a stock exchange scare dislocated the life of the Empire for two days.
The Invisible Force – What might happen when underground London is tunneled for electric railways, if an explosion should take place in one of the tubes.
The River of Death – A prolonged drought and heat wave leads up to the shrinking of the Thames, and the plague is found upstream.
Frederick Merrick White (1859–1935) is mostly known for mysteries and he is considered as one of the pioneers of the spy story. He also wrote science-fiction.
| One Way Ticket: A Travelers Series Story |
by Alia Hess
$0.00, 26 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #3 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
This is a short story prequel to the Travelers Series by Alia Hess.
It’s 2168, and twenty-two-year-old Sasha Roborovskiy’s life is in freefall after the death of his beloved grandmother. He falls into a routine of drunken ambivalence, running internet scams in his filthy Moscow apartment. When he happens upon a bizarre website on the darknet offering him a start at a new life with a research team in the lawless wastelands of America, he sees the chance he needs to turn himself around and be someone Grandma would approve of. However, the opportunity comes with a catch, and Sasha’s not sure it’s one he can live with.
| Tolerance: Prequel to Written by the Victor |
by J F Spindel
$0.00, 38 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #103 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Colonization
Years after the wars of man led to the loss of civilization, society has again advanced to modernity through the absolute governance of the Church. Left with a barren, hostile planet with only scattered fortresses as refuge, a voyage is underway to colonize a new home. Set on this voyage and told by it's youngest members, "Tolerance" takes you five years into the journey. Even in the middle of space, mankind's worst enemy may yet again be themselves.
| The Fall: Sanguine Series: Book One |
by Chris Laughton
$0.00, 195 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #73 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
A decade of war has left the world's nations in shambles and the human race in a slow decline towards extinction. Civilization goes on amidst its own decaying trappings, but unbeknownst to most, two groups wage war over humanity's future, assuming it has one. Both sides seek a man named Mason Rayne, something more than human, who they believe could turn the tide of battle in their favor. But recent events have given Mason plans of his own, and perhaps these two groups overestimate their importance in deciding humankind's fate...
| The Black Widow Connection (Blue Star Book 1) |
by TK Rising
$0.00, 214 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews)
Attacked by a shadowman, tormented by inexplicable events, and plagued with apocalyptic dreams, Tracy Kirin thought she was up against a demon from Hell. But what she finds is an ancient alien with a grudge that wants her dead.
| FREEDOM Legends |
by Stephen Arseneault, Elizabeth Mackey
$0.00, 287 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military > Space Marine
For 500 generations, Humans have been addicted to a drug called Shackle, making us slaves to the alien species of the galaxy. Bought, sold, traded, and hunted for sport, our value is measured only in credits. But a virus is sweeping through the Human population, altering a gut bacteria and making us immune to Shackle's effects. As we wake from our drug induced stupors, we begin to yearn for control of our own lives. We feel the call of FREEDOM.
Jamus Turnbull has a mission. He desires to free all Humans from their plight. He believes he has kept his awareness hidden for seven seasons, but his Master, Hallik, secretly knows of his condition. When Jamus and several other aware slaves are rounded up, they are convinced they will be turned over to the authorities and dissected for study. Master Hallik has other plans...
The legends of our past may light our path to a free and prosperous future-- if we still posses the commitment and fortitude required to win back our lives, but the road to freedom is never simple. Journey with Jamus as he strives to break his chains-- and ours. Order this first book of the series and join the fight to regain freedom for all humanity!
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A six-book series that takes Man from his first encounter with aliens all the way to a fight for our all-out survival. Do we have what it takes to rule the galaxy?
Cast a thousand years into the future beyond SODIUM. This eight-book series chronicles the struggles of Don Grange, a simple package deliveryman, who is thrust into an unimaginable role in the fight against our enemies. Can we win peace and freedom after a thousand years of war?
Cast a thousand years into the future beyond AMP. In this eight-book series, the Alliance is crumbling. When corruption and politics threaten to throw the allied galaxies into chaos, Knog Beutcher gets caught in the middle. Follow along as our hero is thrust into roles that he never expected or sought. Espionage, intrigue, political assassinations, rebellions and full-on revolutions, they are all coming to Knog Beutcher's world!
An 8 book series that begins with a meltdown of civilization as we know it. After scientists using the Large Hadron Collider discover dark matter, the world is plunged into chaos. Massive waves of electromagnetic interference take out all grid power and forms of communication the world over. Cities go dark, food and water supplies are quickly used up, and marauders rule the highways. One group of citizens takes a stand only to find out our worldy problems are only the beginning.
ARMS, another eight book series, is set in the future after Earth was nearing an apocalyptic event. Tawnish Freely and Harris Gruberg are genetically engineered Biomarines. Their lives have been dedicated to fighting the Great War. A war in the heavens between two competing Human empires. When a truce is declared they find themselves struggling to find work among a population that fears them. Employment is found only by delving into the delivery of illegal arms to the outer colonies. Things go awry when they discover their illicit dealings may just be the catalyst that brings back the Great War. They are determined to prevent that from happening.
FREEDOM is a six book adventure about future-Man's quest for freedom. For 500 generations Humans have been slaves to the other species of the galaxy. We are bought, sold, and traded, our value only measured in credits. Addicted to a drug called Shackle, we exist as little more than worker drones. But a mysterious virus is sweeping through the Human population, altering a gut bacteria and making us immune. With that immunity comes awareness of our condition and a yearning for control of our own lives.
| The Chamber of Doctor Z (Hunter Caine, Soldier of Fortune Book 1) |
by JP Vile
$0.00, 35 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #25 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
"You need something dangerous done? Call Hunter,
If you have the cash . . . she has the flash!
| Lost (The Indiana Apocalypse Book 1) |
by e a lake
$0.00, 323 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #12 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
What could be worse than coming to with no memory of your past?
Quinn Reynolds regains consciousness on a couch surrounded by four strange women. He wonders where he is, what he's doing, and most importantly who he is. When he finds out the world is in its sixth year of darkness, his mind is totally blown.
The women range in age from 27 to 30. Two are sisters, the other two are their best friends. And they all somehow know him. How? he wonders. He doesn't recognize a single one of them nor does he recognize his own name.
Bits and pieces are fed to him as time moves slowly forward. He's from Terre Haute, but they're not in Terre Haute any longer. They're just south a Hymera, a small sleepy Indiana town. He's known each of them since childhood, attended two of their weddings. He knew the sisters' parents well, or so he's told. But doubt clouds his foggy mind -- why is he here?
Quinn is told they're on a large farm run by a man named Tony Shaklin. A rich and powerful man, even in the apocalypse, with a nasty temper and four wives. He's surprised when wife four turns out to be his sister, not that he remembers her at all.
Tensions escalate on the farm. No men are allowed in the women only area where Quinn is hidden. Three small crude wood-framed house make up the quarters for the women and their counterparts. They are the "hired" help for Shaklin's place. Slaves, unable to leave, the women tell Quinn.
Things become desperate as the women are threatened by their boss. A dangerous man is in the area. A man who could ruin Shaklin's "free help" arrangement. Security around the three homes is tightened. The man needs to be stopped. But Quinn shudders when he's told the man's name -- it is his own.
They need to escape, the four and Quinn. The situation becomes a tinderbox, ready to explode at any moment. And in the last hour, he discovers the ugly truth of one of Shaklin's wives -- Three, as the women call her. Will he be able to leave and lead the four women to safety? Or will he stay too long and be discovered?