| Roko's Labyrinth |
by Michael Blackbourn
$0.00, 107 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #22 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Cyberpunk
The world is dying.
And Nick Rose watches from the sidelines.
With an enhanced mind and born to the ruling class - The Board - Nick spends his days hacking AI. Tasked with eradicating the bots created by Roko Kasun, the long-dead architect of the Artificial Intelligence that's crippling the planet, Nick takes refuge behind his keyboard. He's no hero.
The Board had been severing ties with the rest of mankind, retreating to safety, unplugging and conceding the fate of the world, or so Nick had thought. Now, a summons from Leadership draws Nick into the very real disaster-zone on a last, desperate mission to save everything, and he'll need to trust the most unlikely ally of all: Roko himself.
In the machine, evil never dies - fortunately, neither do heroes.
| STASIS: Apocalypse Now |
by E.W. Osborne
$0.00, 30 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #1 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
No power. No technology. Society has been thrown back into the dark ages and people are scrambling to survive.
Jana and her husband Wesley plan to keep their heads down, doing what they have to until the power comes back online. Then they'll be safe.
But when a teenage boy shows up with a baby in his arms, they're left questioning how much humanity remains in the world to save.
STASIS: Apocalypse Now is a short glimpse of life in a broken world. This short story takes place a few months after STASIS Part 1: Beta begins. This sci-fi series is perfect for people who love stories about the end of the world. Part thriller, part horror, STASIS Parts 1-3 are out now!
| Skipjack and the Baleful Banshee |
by G. K. Werner
$0.00, 545 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #10 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Futuristic
It wasn’t his fault!
Jack was just doing his big shot, politically well-connected sister a favor – dock P. S. Corsair at Saur Station for a little R & R, and check out rumors of WorldCorp weapons testing. She never said anything about the place rattling apart.
Now he’s got injured stationers, rival spies, and a possible terrorist aboard his patrol ship; not to mention components from a weapon of mass destruction. Components every government in the galaxy is after.
Components that could destroy Corsair? Assuming the STEL-carrier chasing them doesn’t manage that first.
Then Journeyer Jones materializes amidships – during star-transit!
And Jack’s life will never be the same again.
The Baleful Banshee (formerly titled P. S. Corsair) is the first book in the Skipjack story – SF that might also be termed futuristic urban fantasy.
A Game Within tale, it takes place in the same universe as Jorgan's Saga (see Finders Keepers), but waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay down the timeline.
Picture McHale's Navy meets M*A*S*H meets Enemy of the State – in space – directed by Howard Hawks.
Wait till you meet the heroes!
| Raven (Refuge Omnibus Book 2) |
by Foy W. Minson
$0.00, 358 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #83 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Alien Invasion
This edition has been re-edited and includes an addition of a major character as a result of changes made in the new release of REFUGE Edition Three.
Matti Raven makes a brief appearance in Refuge when Adam Rainger gives her a ride to the corner store just minutes before the invaders appear above Adobe Creek. It is there and then that Raven begins.
Matti Raven is sixteen years old. She is black. She survives a fiery, Earth invasion by creatures from the stars. Her family does not, and she is alone.
In the midst of fire and ash, Matti and her boyfriend, Woody, discover they have inexplicable, new abilities. She survives the initial holocaust by intercepting the thoughts of a dog cowering in a storm drain and joining it there. Woody’s power of levitation saves her, first from the clutches of an angry mob, and then from a collapsing house. He lures an invader away from their hiding place but fails to return, and she is alone again.
Matti is present when a lay-preacher commands from his pulpit that the invaders be gone, and, seeming to comply, they leave Earth. The preacher, a fire and brimstone spewing racial bigot following his apparent mandate from God to rid Earth of evil—as he defines it—accuses Matti of being a minion of Satan and in collusion with the demon invaders. Forced to flee the group she had joined in her struggle for survival, she is, again, alone.
Amid ruin, Matti is given a choice to either join a gang of cutthroats in their brutal mode of survival—a life of evil she should be suited for if the preacher spoke the truth—or to be skinned alive just to see if she is black all the way through. She gambles on a third option—to fight—and discovers she is not alone.
| Space, and Other Bad Ideas |
by Matthew Shuck, Jamie Shuck
$0.00, 213 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
What do a waitress, software engineer, blogger, and the most unfortunate man in the universe have in common? Well, nothing. Except that these unlikely friends are humanity's last hope for survival when an alien race of lizard people threaten their very existence. See the lengths they will go to save planet Earth from extinction.
| Impact (Fuzed Trilogy Book 1) |
by David E Stevens
$0.00, 362 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (96 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
He was dead but now he’s alive with no identity.
During a routine flight, Commander Josh Logan’s fighter catches on fire. Preventing the burning jet from hitting a neighborhood, he ejects too late. A year later, he wakes up in a city hospital looking like a multiracial Olympic athlete. He realizes his body wasn’t repaired, it was replaced. A genetic blend of the best genes from every race, he has one-in-a-billion capabilities … but no identity. Elizabeth, his intelligent and beautiful ICU nurse invites him to stay with her until he can create a new identity.
Is he the key to humanity's survival or is he insane?
Contacted by a voice he believes is responsible for his return, he’s told an undetected, burned-out comet is two years from impact. It will erase almost all life on earth and, somehow, he is the key to humanity’s survival. A Navy test pilot brought back from the dead to save the world? The most likely explanation is that he’s insane.
Struggling to save humanity and hunted by the CIA.
Using his insider knowledge of the Military Industrial Complex, he creates a fake classified program and recruits a brilliant international team. Together, they secretly develop the world’s most powerful weapon to protect humanity? While installing it on an Antarctic mountain, their operation is uncovered. Labeled an international terrorist by the CIA, he’s targeted for assassination. With cruise missiles inbound, he must fire the device to learn if it can prevent humanity’s annihilation or if he’s simply a puppet in a much bigger game.
A winner of the 2016 Eric Hoffer Award for best eBook, the Epic eBook Award for best Action Adventure and ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year, IMPACT is a thought-provoking action thriller. The nemesis in this story, according to the latest science, is not only possible, it’s inevitable … but also preventable.
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| Into The Air (The Air Series Book 1) |
by A.K. Downing
$0.00, 380 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #2 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
Announcing a New Cover! 2017 National Indie Excellence Award Finalist – Young Adult.
When Mia Bryn escapes her underground compound and travels into the air, she never imagines her world will explode. Separated from her father and attacked by creatures she never knew existed, Mia flees into the forest. Within hours, she finds an abandoned girl, discovers a link to her missing mother, and meets beautiful, golden-eyed Archer. But why is an ordinary girl from a compound being hunted? And how can Mia survive in a world she knows nothing about?
| Invasion: Book I: Resistance (The Invy War 1) |
by J.F. Holmes
$0.00, 196 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (48 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Alien Invasion
FINALIST, 2017 DRAGON AWARDS, BEST MILITARY SCIENCE FICTION!
In space, when you lose the high ground, you lose the war.
Eleven years before, General David Warren was the best and brightest, in charge of defending the Earth from an attacking fleet. Overmatched in battle, the Earth forces were devastated, and the enemy moved into the high ground and proceeded with orbital bombardment. Civilization fell, and then two years later, the enemy landed and the occupation began.
Now Warren lives with his sister and nephew, trying to farm the land while avoiding detection by the occupiers, the Invy. When two travelers show up at his doorstep, his carefully constructed life starts to unravel.
Earth, and humanity, may be down, but not out.
In the grand tradition of Ender's Game, Footfall, and War of the Worlds comes a tale of human struggle against immense odds.
| Transcendence: Chronicles from the Long Apocalypse - Book One |
by Benjamin Wilkins
$0.00, 369 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (31 reviews), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
Berserkers can be anyone. Your mother. Daughter. That cute barista at Starbucks. You could even be one yourself, and not know it - until you wake up covered in blood, surrounded by the bodies of your victims.
Humanity is self-destructing and the monsters hiding within us are now tearing their way out. Emmett Kessler must escape the prison cell he's been left to die in. His daughters, Jennifer and Bobby-Leigh, must escape the wrath of a merciless soldier, after Jennifer berserks out and rips apart the battle-hardened man's son.
Transcendence is the first installment of The Chronicles of the Long Apocalypse. If you like dark visions of the future and girls who kickass, this incredible post-apocalyptic thriller will rip your heart out, and leave you begging for more.
Get Transcendence today. Find a safe place. Pull up a chair, and make yourself comfortable. The world has been ending for a while now, but it still has a long way to go.
| Inundated |
by Mark Tompkins
$0.00, 17 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #13 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Armageddon has arrived.
| Desperate Times Three - Revolution |
by Nicholas Antinozzi
$0.00, 210 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (69 reviews), #41 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
In this, the final installment of the Desperate Times trilogy, Jimmy and his people learn that the economic crisis has passed, but not before a bird flu pandemic has claimed a billion lives. While the FEMA camps may have opened their gates, sweeping changes have been made to the Constitution, which is one of the few things our gridlocked Congress can agree upon. Furthermore, the dollar bill has been replaced by the amero and by the end of the year all Americans will be required to have a microchip embedded in their skin. Once again, an angry population has taken to the streets in protest. After another hellish nightmare at the lake house and with Patty in urgent need of medical attention, the group attempts the drive to Duluth. They are eventually intercepted by the authorities, savagely beaten and separated. The beatings are secretly recorded and go viral on the internet as their story is leaked out. A prominent television news anchor picks up the captivating tale and somehow manages to interview both Jimmy and Ken, further catapulting them into the spotlight. Meanwhile, Patty is diagnosed as a useless eater and (against her will,) she is scheduled to become an organ donor. Can she be saved? DT3 takes a no-holds barred look at the most pressing issues of our time.
| Red Death |
by D.L. Robinson
$0.00, 167 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #13 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Tara Green and her husband Lee are an average American couple living in a small but average Midwestern town. It’s all quite average—until the day their next door neighbors began projectile vomiting up their liquefied internal organs. Tara finds herself at ground zero in a worldwide pandemic that threatens the extinction of society. Can she learn the skills needed in time to save them all? A powerful story of life and death, greed and cruelty, culminating in a battle between good and evil against the backdrop of a desperate struggle to survive in a brave new world.
| The Whitening |
by Robert O'Reilly
$0.00, 254 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #102 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
This is a tale of what might come when the pendulum that now swings in favor of technological progress slows, stops and begins to swing the other way after a few, very serious eco-disasters. It is one man’s struggle, against a tide, to preserve what he can of the past in a world ravaged, diseased and descended into a new world order bent on eradicating the past. It is both his personal story and the history of his times as he survives and slowly recovers, over decades, the wits and the means to undo a destructive, totalitarian order and restore a little bit of what we call civilization.
| The World Set Free (Phoenix Classics) |
by H. G. Wells, Phoenix Classics
$0.00, 193 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (108 reviews), #69 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
THE WORLD SET FREE was written in 1913 and published early in 1914, and it is the latest of a series of three fantasias of possibility, stories which all turn on the possible developments in the future of some contemporary force or group of forces. The World Set Free was written under the immediate shadow of the Great War. Every intelligent person in the world felt that disaster was impending and knew no way of averting it, but few of us realised in the earlier half of 1914 how near the crash was to us. The reader will be amused to find that here it is put off until the year 1956.
Noteworthy for its depiction of fictional ''atomic bombs'' which eerily prefigure the development of real nuclear weapons.
| Desperate Times 2 Gun Control |
by Nicholas Antinozzi, Sue McInnis, Steve Peterson
$0.00, 214 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (82 reviews), #31 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Desperate times continue to grind on with no sign of Martial Law ending soon or any hope that the economic crisis has subsided. Jimmy and his group learn of another camp of refugees that live not ten miles away from them. The group has adopted a 1960's era commune theme, complete with hippie slang and a flower child mentality. The commune was created out of one of the grand old lodges of northern Minnesota and is called Utopia, and they have one rule: No guns allowed.
By chance or design, the population of Utopia is 90% female and for some strange reason, the National Guard seems perfectly content to allow it to exist without harassment. Jimmy's group is evenly split on joining up with the much larger group, who appear to be at peace with the world. Ken Dahlgren, Jimmy's host, is bound and determined to remain where he is. Patty, Ken's wife, suddenly seems to be losing her grip on reality and it only adds more tension to the situation. Julie, Jimmy's girl, seems intent on staying with the hippies and giving up her guns. Jimmy is torn between the two sides.
Jimmy is introduced to a new world as he steps back in time to experience the sixties. What he painstakingly learns is that those he considers to be left-wing liberals are every bit as stubborn as the right-wing conservatives, which he has aligned himself with. The storyline here is a no holds barred, Desperate Times, look at regular people pushed to the limit and forced to respond. The result is a powerful story with an interesting message.
Author's note: My deepest apologies to anyone who purchased this book before 7/2/11. I accidentally uploaded a rough draft and was unaware of that until I was notified by a concerned reader named Boris. To those people who purchased that copy, please get in touch with me here or on the Web. I will supply you with the correct version.
| Trace of Survival: Hope and Subversion |
by R. deLyndesay
$0.00, 244 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #138 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
These two novellas were originally published separately. They are now combined into one volume.
Several years have passed since the collapse of the society and the economy. Gone were the days of abundant and easily attainable daily living needs, electronic devices, the power grid and millions of automobiles and the fuel to power them. People were now living mostly like the old pioneers along the Trace and the surrounding areas. They worked hard and fought for survival. They are still finding new ways to make life livable. In other parts of the country and the world things weren’t any better. Family members of residents of the villagers have not been heard from for years, but they are working their way toward their loved ones. What would they have to endure to get there? They had their faith in God and their personal strengths to sustain them. Would that be enough?
The dictator over the Communist forces in the Northeast hasn't given up. he has set in place a scheme to regain control over the true Constitutional part of the country. He also has a secret background that is based in evil. The people of the village of Hope and other locations will have to deal with these subversive forces. Pastor Larry's brother, Bennie, is one of these people. He must deal with the communist thugs and along the way has tragedy and joy while regaining his faith in God.
| Feed 1: A Dystopian Collision With Reality TV (The Fooko Series) |
by Nicole Grotepas
$0.00, 104 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > TV, Movie, Video Game Adaptations
There are eyes everywhere. Even in the dark--watching, seeing you sleep, dream, make love. And every second of it is being broadcast to thousands of feed networks by the Editors, who see what you're doing. And if they don't like it, you will answer to the Enforcers.
One man is about to break free.
The only problem is, they're watching. Always.
| Divided (Voices from the European Republic of Independent Nations) |
by Tanja Rohini Bisgaard
$0.00, 14 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #143 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hopeful climate fiction set in a future Europe.
Anne-Louise works as the director of an agency that tracks every single CO2 emission in the world. But they do not have the overview they think they have. And somehow, Anne-Louise's daughter Nora finds out about it first, seeking to solve the problem together with her NGO The Carbon Trekkers.
| THE MERMAID HYPOTHESIS |
by ROUNAK PURI
$0.00, 188 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #46 in > Children's eBooks > Fairy Tales, Folk Tales & Myths > Collections
In the year 2020, the music industry is dead. A new technology called SirenSong has gone viral and wiped out every major record label on the planet. (Justin Bieber? Long forgotten. One Direction? Went on hiatus and never came back...)1
An out-of-work record executive and his 17-year-old grandson Zac are on a crusade to find the one human voice that can break the SirenSong spell and save the music industry. When Zac encounters a girl named Ariel, the connection between them is instant. There's something very different about her. Something special. Could Ari be the girl that they've been seeking? If only he could find some way to hear her sing. . . .
Unfortunately, Ari has a condition called Selective Mutism. She can speak (and sing) if she's alone, but never around other people. Her doctors attribute her silence to anxiety in the wake of a childhood trauma. But Ari doesn't believe in their diagnosis. If her problem is really an anxiety disorder, then why has every psychiatric treatment in the book failed to help her? She can't help but dwell on the similar plight of her namesake and favorite Disney character, Ariel from The Little Mermaid. That Ari couldn't speak in front of other human beings either. Not until she found the love of a handsome prince.10
Is Zac the boy who can unlock her hidden secrets? Will he turn her life into a retelling of her favorite fairytale? Or will her unhealthy obsession with all-things-mermaid lead Ari to nothing but heartbreak - or worse yet, to a watery grave.+
Thanks for reading. Enjoy the story!
| Cubic 343 : The Rise of Ionopolis |
by Sibel Astarte
$0.00, 334 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #470 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
In Year 40 of I.O.N, the city of Ionopolis led and created by Dr. Mayson, a revolutionary scientist, was the only surviving nation in the Western Hemisphere after the Great Catastrophe in Year 2018 A.D.
The city of 12,000 Ioniacs created from the remnants of the human genetics pools in the Western Hemisphere and engineered with advanced ionization and human cloning technology, know no pain, hunger, anger and death. There was peace in Ionopolis for decades even as the memories of the Ioniacs before the Ionization Age were vaguely destroyed by the disaster.
When the existence of Ionopolis was threatened by the human race residing at the other side of the globe, Dr. Mayson, together with his ardent weaponry designer Green, set to put an end to the rising tension between the two hemispheres.
The Eastern Hemisphere was dominated by the three powers of Tripyro (Russia, China and Iran) which ruled the surviving human race with an iron fist, encasing their kingdom with harsh policing, regressing the civilization back into caste system and genetic control.
Green, entrusted to bring back Dr. Mayson's son who he was separated from before the Great Catastrophe from the City of Scion, the stronghold of Tripyro.
Embarking on an epic sacrificial journey to the Eastern Hemisphere and deprived of her memory from her past, Green released an A.I which brought her closer to her real identity and Dr. Mayson's son.
Plagued with fear and suspicion and the clock ticking away at the commencement of a war between the two nations, Green took on the mission as the Guardian who was to bring Dr. Mayson's son back to Ionopolis at all cost.
| The Dying & The Dust |
by Thomas Hall
$0.00, 41 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #77 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Technothrillers
Only the useful will survive
Nick and Clara only want to stay alive for as long as they can, but The Matter Plant sweeps the land and it is only a matter of time before they are found and deemed useless. They eek out a nomadic existence in the scorched Earth, always watching, always waiting for their time to come. Until they meet Jed who offers them the hope of something more, IF they can make a final stand against the machine. If they refuse or fail, then they, and what remains of humanity, will be destroyed forever.
The Dying & The Dust is a standalone post-apocalyptic story of survival, set after the singularity.
| Lumiuxx (Psalms of the Apocalypse Book 1) |
by J. Blackshear
$0.00, 32 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #45 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
A spectacular economic and social collapse has plunged the world into a tumultuous new era of international conflict fueled by charismatic, ultra-nationalistic political superstars hellbent on upending the established world order. As the global hegemony has been thrown into total disarray, the nature of warfare and diplomacy has devolved from the broad-scale, multilateral military conflict of past centuries into a petty game of tit-for-tat defamation, blackmail, and assassination.
At the center of these war games are generations of genetically engineered humans, designed to obey, serve and kill. Once publicly lauded and widely deployed, these weapons are now highly illegal and used only in secret by an elite few to push their own agendas, silence their opponents, and carry out personal vendettas.
This is the world that Lumi woke into, six months ago, a scientific triumph and part of the newest and most secret generation of super weapon known to conspiracy theorists as Generation Y. Kept in isolation in a prison hidden in plain sight on the sun kissed coast of Southern California, Lumi lives to kill. With only the voice in her head to guide her, she cuts her way through anything that gets in her way until she comes into contact with another Gen Y and loses her footing in her already precarious reality.
| Absolute Power: Alpha's Control Prelude |
by Addison Cain, Blushing Books
$0.00, 61 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #4 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Brenya was torn from her service in Beta Sector and reassigned to serve the Commodore of Bernard Dome’s aggressive physical needs. Out of her depth and confused, she flounders under his untried care. The leader of their Dome is as demanding as he is sweet. He is beautiful, and he is treacherous.
And he has sworn never to let her go.
From the internationally bestselling author of the Alpha’s Claim series, Addison Cain brings you Alpha’s Control. Alongside the Commodore and Brenya, Shepherd and Claire’s story continues under new Domes rife with intrigue and danger. Absolute Power is a 13,000 word prelude to Stolen: Alpha’s Control Book One.
Publisher’s Note: The Alpha’s Control series is a dark Omegaverse tale with explicit sexual themes and complete power exchange. If such material offends you, please do not purchase.
| O.M.E.G.A. Protocol |
by Marco Barone
$0.00, 68 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #98 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
In a dystopian future not too distant, two brilliant, charismatic personalities succeeded jointly to build a business empire that spans every commercial sector, both civilian and military.
By playing political intrigues and acting in the shadows, they always achieve the desired results, in the belief that the objective always justifies the means.
Blinded by the desire to gain more and more power and prestige, they endanger the survival of humanity.
Trying to avoid the apocalypse, they decide to select who deserves to survive in the possibility of a catastrophic event, and how to rebuild a new world.
But not everything goes as expected ...
| Wave Trains |
by Blaze Eastwood
$0.00, 49 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #12 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense
Walden and Lily are taking a leisurely walk near the beach when they suddenly realize that the sea is receding. A short while later, they find themselves running from a torrent that sweeps through the area. Wave trains begin to flood the town, and the residents on the coast find themselves at the mercy of the tsunami, including Walden and Lily, who end up becoming enveloped by the foamy water that doesn't seem to relent.
| Pandora Project #1: Sphinx Corporation Files (Shades of Gray Flash Fiction Science Fiction Action Adventure Mystery Series) |
by Kristie Lynn Higgins
$0.00, 7 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #2 in > Short Reads > 15 minutes (1-11 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Shades of Gray Flash Fiction, very short reads to tickle your imagination. Dive into the world of Shades of Gray with this Flash Fiction piece. This very short story shows a glimpse of a world shrouded in darkness.
Sphinx Corporation File:
Pandora Project #1
A girl encounters a force that will change her world forever.
Look for more Sphinx Corporation Files. Also check out the full length novels of the Shades of Gray series and read the first two books for free.
Shades of Gray Series:
1. Noir, City Shrouded By Darkness "FREE"
2. From Moscow, With Love "FREE"
3. Cerberus Versus Pandora
| Desperate Times (3 Book Series) |
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)