New free Apocalypse Kindle books for 2017-04-22:

Lightburst: Love Like Gravity
by Mike Sheriff
$0.00, 66 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #23 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Like gravity, love is eternal . . .

The Disruptions aren’t the only thing troubling 16-year-old Bex. A mysterious melody haunts her thoughts and tugs at her heart. Bizarre blue-violet coronas orbit the heads of her friends and family like miniature galaxies.

Are the anomalies somehow connected to her dead sister? Are they the byproducts of an unravelling world? Are they the signposts of an unravelling mind?

A strange woman holds the answers. For Bex, the answers reveal a connection between life and death that she never dreamed possible.

Lightburst: Love Like Gravity is tailor-made for on-the-go readers who need a quick sci-fi fix! The short story also includes bonus chapters from Survival Aptitude Test: Sound and Survival Aptitude Test: Hope’s Graveyard, two books in Mike Sheriff’s new post-apocalyptic sci-fi series, The Extinction Odyssey.

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Overtime (After the Fall Book 3)
by Stephen Cross
$0.00, 55 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #29 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > British
The undead don't clock off...

It's three months since the Zombie Apocalypse, or the Fall, as survivors call it. Sergeant Allen and his three remaining soldiers do what they can to keep themselves and a group of civilians alive in what is left of England.

Driven by the horrors he has witnessed, and the hope that his ten year old son is still alive, Allen is determined to find a sanctuary for himself and the refugees, a place where they can start to build their lives again.

On the road to Cornwall, an empty office block seems as good a place as any to rest, recuperate, and resupply. On awaking after the first night, however, Allen realises the terrible mistake he has made.

The building is surrounded by hundreds of zeds. No way out, no escape, and the zeds keep coming. To add to his problems, people are beginning to question his leadership; is he up to the job?

Can Sergeant Allen find a way out of their prison? Does he have what it takes to keep everyone safe, and to keep the group together? Or will civil war be as much a threat, or more so, as the undead jailers surrounding them?

Overtime is a fast paced zombie thriller, the third novelette in the After the Fall series, the story of the aftermath of the zombie apocalypse. Each story is told through the eyes of a different set of characters.

They don't have to be read in order - dive in anywhere!

Read how it all began in the Surviving The Fall series -

Waning Hope (Nihilian Effect Lore Book 4)
by Kal S. Davian
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #28 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Colonization
Space is cold and lonely. You have to protect those around you.

When calamity befalls the Hope Moon Base, tensions rise between the members of the crew. Martin has to do everything he can to save his team, even if it costs him his career. After all, the base may just be the one thing keeping the nations of the world at peace.

Starkiller (In A Universe Without Stars Book 2)
by J Alex McCarthy
$0.00, 326 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #32 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
The Eliite were defeated but at what cost?

It's been twenty years since Cole died, lied to by the one he thought was humanity's savior. And now he's back to get answers.

After being nearly wiped out by invaders, humanity has been rebuilt anew, into a world constructed by the technology the Eliite left behind. With only 100 million people left in the world, tensions remain high as the survivors are split in half - one side harboring the very aliens that destroyed them, the other side wanting to exterminate any and all alien life on the planet regardless of individual guilt.

When Cole unearths that the fate of the universe in his hands, he searches the cosmos for Jahum to answer for his betrayal, all the while cosmic beings called the eaters are smashing through galaxies, one by one, in search for the same.

On earth, the world is on the brink of a war as anti-alien and pro-alien sides clash and it is up to Thora, a woman who vowed to never be weak again, to prevent the war from happening.

Steadfast: A Forgotten Fairytale
by R.D. Patten
$0.00, 17 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #71 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military > Space Marine
Is the value of the whole greater than the sum of its parts?

When Ajax, a mechanical soldier is repaired after falling on the field of battle, he is surprised to find that his new life is an unraveling mystery wrought with love and prejudice. He is persecuted, kidnapped, discarded as trash, captured, imprisoned…and he will face it all with a steadfast determination to return to his loved ones.
(Note: short story)

Timeline 7
by Zachary Sturman
$0.00, 369 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #5 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Centuries after the Great War wiped out 95% of all land-dwelling life on Earth the human race has finally reached its tipping point bringing about a war that will seal the fate of humankind and there is only one man who can stop it.
Sam, a confused and manipulated soldier, must journey to untraveled and restricted areas of this new wasteland to prevent a war that, at times, seems inevitable. Krielmopolis, the largest metropolis of the new world spreading from the Atlantic to the Indian Ocean, controls every aspect of the human race from energy consumption to work placement. A growing civilization on the other side of the Earth works hard toward free will for all, and when Krielmopolis discovers what is happening they send their best super-soldier to clear a path for a planned and strategic takeover for the remaining land. Upon Sam’s arrival to this new world he comes to find out that due to biological warfare these people have strayed from the human race to a new life form known as Anti-Species. While humans have spent the last few centuries advancing their militarized machines and weapons, the Anti-Species have been experimenting with genetic modification creating truly horrific, nearly unstoppable monsters. To stop them, Sam must use the greatest weapon to ever be invented in all of history, but that does not come without catastrophic consequences.

Prometheus, A New Dawn
by Nicole MacDonald
$0.00, 229 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #34 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic

Created by science. Hunted by humans

Created by science, Prometheans could be the ultimate apex species. But only if they break the genetic shackles forced upon them by their creators, humans.
With their entire population under threat, two Prometheans take the collective fate of all into their own hands.
To save their species from extinction, from the merciless human raiders who hunt them, they will have to break the last taboo.
Before the humans reach them…

Highway To Armageddon
by Harold Bloemer
$0.00, 388 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #1 in > Romance > Science Fiction
Three young bounty hunters chase after the world's most wanted terrorist in a desperate bid to avert a nuclear apocalypse. A smart, sexy, dystopic thriller.

The After War - Part I: To Alice
by Brandon Zenner
$0.00, 249 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #44 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Two years have passed since humankind faced extinction: Cousins, Brian and Steven, are leaving the protection of their underground bunker for the first time, after a cataclysmic war and unrelenting disease ravaged the earth. On the other side of North America, a young survivalist is leaving the seclusion of his cabin deep in the woods, traveling with his aging canine companion, Winston. For individual reasons, these men are traveling east, facing the terrible wake of civilization left to prowl the landscape.
Semi Finalist in the 2016 BookLife Prize in Fiction, run by Publishers Weekly.
Finalist in the 2017 Eric Hoffer First Horizon award.
Gold Quality Mark recipient from BooksGoSocial, their highest award level.
This is the first book in The After War Series.
Reading order:
1. Part I To Alice
2. Part II Fire Horizons

The Pulse (A Post Apocalyptic Novel) The Barren Trilogy, Book One
by Holly Hook
$0.00, 157 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (35 reviews), #2 in > Teen & Young Adult > Literature & Fiction > Social & Family Issues > Death
The Pulse is on sale for 99 cents for release week only! Next week, it will go to full price.

The sun is dangerous. It sun can burn you, give you cancer, and eventually kill you. Laney learned that lesson the hard way when her mother died. But even in Arizona, sunscreen can keep you safe. So can keeping others at a safe distance, because Laney is too terrified to suffer the pain of losing someone so close again.

But that all changes when a mysterious pulse of light, brighter than the sun, fills the sky on the day of the big Physics field trip. It's followed by a deadly wave of radiation from space.

Laney and her friends only survive because they're visiting an underground science facility. When she and the other nine survivors emerge from the underground, Laney finds a world of corpses, red smog, and tight supplies.

And worst of all, no ozone layer.

But even as Laney learns the cause for the apocalypse that is her new reality, a new danger rises. Another survivor is taking over their group and he's willing to kill to get to the top. Staying alive and finding her father means that Laney must face her deepest fears—fears that may be too powerful to overcome.

Aetheric Elements: The Rise of a Steampunk Reality
by Travis I. Sivart
$0.00, 313 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (25 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Automatons and airships, bustles and beasts, corsets and curses, dandies and dastardly deeds, all await you as you explore the cultures which evolved into a Steampunk industrial civilization. Learn about the people who made history and created the events that molded a world into a near utopia, only to be torn asunder as the society was about to achieve the pinnacle of its existence. Enjoy a savory sampler of Steampunk society and sinister scenarios to whet your appetite for the author's upcoming full length novel.

This anthology of nineteen tales of terror, mystery, and adventure takes you into Travis Sivart's weird and wonderful world.

Repatriate Protocol
by Kelli Kimble
$0.00, 172 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #157 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Hillary has wanted to see what’s outside the colony walls since she was old enough to realize that the world extends beyond. The colonists have been locked safe under the mountain for over a thousand years, yet somehow to Hillary it feels wrong. When she is offered the opportunity to be among the first to live external, she jumps at the chance. But first she’ll have to pass a grueling training and education program, withstand the stress of separation from her family, as well as endure the judgment of those who are too afraid to leave the safety of the mountain. On top of all of that, if she and the other recruits don’t succeed in re-learning to live outside, the entire colony—all that is left of humanity—may be lost forever.

Guardian Angel: A Fallen Angel Novella
by Anna Santos, Stefanie Saw, Stacy Kennedy, May Freighter
$0.00, 103 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #21 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
What if the love of your life is your guardian angel?
Sam is a fallen angel. His job is to protect Kyra until she gets her wings. The problem is, she doesn't know him outside the virtual world. To her, his name is Max and he’s her best friend online on whom she happens to have a huge crush.
When the time comes for Kyra to know the truth, they schedule a face-to-face meeting. But things get dangerous, and Sam needs to save her from invisible monsters.
More than ever, he needs to keep her safe until she turns into a Nephilim. That task turns close to impossible because of her inability to see the creatures. She’s terrified and believes Sam is a crazy kidnapper who is obsessed with her.
Can he protect her long enough for her to turn and embrace her new form?

Vanguard of Man
by JD Lovil
$0.00, 212 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction

Would You Sacrifice Your Humanity?

Dying of the Metaflu, Eric did. He volunteered for the Vanguard program. The Program changed him, and made him stronger, faster, smarter, and nearly indestructible. He became Enki of the Vanguard.

A desperate Humanity created the Vanguard to be the immortal crews of Ark ships fleeing a dying Earth, hoping to seed Mankind among the stars.

Sexless, independent, and intelligent beyond measure, Enki's bonds with humanity grow weaker over the centuries.

Can he complete his mission, and seed the final colony, before he loses the last of his humanity?

Read Vanguard of Man and find out.

Final Dawn
by Darrell Maloney
$0.00, 226 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (95 reviews), #33 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
The author of the best selling novel "The Secession of Texas" brings you "Final Dawn," an apocalyptic love story.

What would you do if you finally found the love of your life, and were making plans to spend eternity with them - and then found out that eternity was only two years? Mark is a romantic and carefree young engineer, and a bit of a cornball. His beloved Hannah is a beautiful scientist. Pragmatic, intelligent and analytical, she longs for the family she never had, and a change from her horrific childhood. Mark offers that change, and her life is finally complete.

Then Hannah discovers that mankind is doomed. Suddenly their lives become a mad scramble, to find a way to save themselves and everyone they love.

Dahlia and the Ronin
by Milo James Fowler
$0.00, 39 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #168 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Dahlia, the last human child, has been summoned to a banquet in her honor by the Elders of the Great Council. Her escort, Brawnstone the trollgre, must carry her through the dangerous ruins of a human city, deep into the abandoned warehouse district where the feast is to be held. No one knows this little girl's dark secret -- not even Dahlia herself.

4 Short Stories - Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction / Fantasy

The Return: A Science Fiction Conspiracy Thriller (The Genesis Conspiracy Book 1)
by Kendra Ashe
$0.00, 162 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #26 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Alien Invasion
Everything you think you know is wrong!

NSA agent, Rachel Kelley gets a mysterious call from an old friend she has no idea that she getting involved in not just an international conspiracy but a human conspiracy of biblical proportions.
Her friend is murdered before he has a chance to give her the information that will help prepare the world for the coming apocalypse. Now it’s a race against the clock to unravel the mystery that cost her friend his life. What she uncovers is a secret that has been hidden from mankind for thousands of years.
The return might be closer than you think and this time, we might not survive.

The Last Sunset (Preppers Fiction): The Dark Star is Coming and Death Lingers in its Shadow
by Frank Montgomery
$0.00, 44 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #128 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy

The Last Sunset (Preppers Fiction): The Dark Star is Coming and Death Lingers in its Shadow

The year is 2040 and the human race may be doomed when a massive meteor called The Dark Star is headed directly towards the planet. The wealthy and important people need not worry because they have all been given the opportunity to travel to the lunar base via space shuttles before the meteor is scheduled to hit.

Darius Downey is not one of the lucky few who will be given the privilege to escape the earth. Darius must devise his own survival plan and being a clever, high end criminal defence lawyer in Chicago, he believes he can find a way.

Lance Bitcow is a billionaire who has just funded a project that will hopefully destroy The Dark Star. He invested $20 billion in a high-tech laser that will destroy the meteor well before it hits the earth. But when Lance gets in some legal trouble after being of accused of rape and attempted murder, he needs a favour from somebody like Darius Downey.

Can Darius help Lance escape the grasps of the legal system and earn himself a spot on a space shuttle headed for the lunar base? Will The Dark Star destroy the planet or will it be vaporized before it strikes?

This book is packed full of non-stop action that will have you dying to turn the page. This is the first book of "The Last Sunset" trilogy, get ready to be blown away.

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The Disenchanted Pet
by Kate Policani, Kathleen Firstenberg
$0.00, 134 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (30 reviews), #246 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Far into the future, the Earth is ruled by the ShaZha, a hyper-intelligent race of alien beings who are plagued by the violence and volatility of the human race. Supposedly intending to repair the broken societies and polluted planet, they have found the Human problem to be much more complex than they ever imagined.
Zarah is a Prodigy, an obedient human, with a caring ShaZha master. Zarah wants to prove all her master’s hopes that humans can be civilized and responsible. When she is lost by her master and exposed to the other side of humanity, she must confront the possibility she might be not a valued citizen, but a pet.

After the End
by Matthew Blake
$0.00, 224 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews)
A group of friends and family head into the wilderness for a long weekend of partying and camping, but soon find themselves trapped by a mysterious event outside their control. As the group adapts to their vacation becoming their new life and deal with human threats, they find themselves confronted by something lurking deep in the wilderness. Something evil and ancient.

And hungry.

TOCABAGA (Revised Edition): The Collapse (THE TOCABAGA CHRONICLES: A Jack Gunn Suspense Thriller Book 1)
by Thomas H. Ward
$0.00, 194 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (75 reviews), #12 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Political
REVEIW: “A RIP ROARING ADVENTURE … I love adventure stories, especially those that involve current topics of national interest. This one delivers on both. I rate this book up there with those written by CLIVE CUSSLER (one of my faves) in terms of page-turner quality! I loved every minute of this book, which was a great roller coaster ride. A great read!”
REVIEW: “WHAT A GREAT BEGINNING FOR THE SERIES. TOCABAGA is an interesting story captures the imagination and takes you into post-apocalyptic America. How would/could you adapt/survive the situation? Recommend this book to anyone interested in post-apocalyptic novels.”This review is from Tocabaga.
"This Ward guy is the real deal. He knows how to write realistic stories that are not like ones with zombies, and walking dead people with issues."
What does the post apocalyptic future hold for America? Read “The Tocabaga Chronicles” to find out what could happen to our wonderful country. Find out how to protect your loved ones and survive the chaos and terrorism after the collapse. If you are reading this then you are one of the lucky ones or smart ones who have survived the first year of the collapse. My name is Jack Gunn and I live on Tocabaga. The real name will not be given, nor the location. Tocabaga is a clue as to the general location of this island. It is a sanctuary where one can be safe from what is going on in the outside world. If you happen to come here, are of good character, and believe in the freedom of man and the Constitution, you are welcome to stay. The current population is 556 people. Read my story how we helped each other stay alive.
We are waiting for you to contact us by email to find out where Tocabaga is located. There is an email address hidden within these chronicles. I will reply.

The Wrath of Yellowstone (Preppers Fiction): The Wrath of Yellowstone Trilogy Boxed Set (Preppers Fiction, Apocalyptic...
by Frank Montgomery
$0.00, 126 pages, 3.2 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #164 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction

When the Yellowstone Volcano Erupts, There is No Such Thing as Escaping its Fury


Chad is prepared for almost anything, even though nothing exciting ever seems to happen in Fortuna, North Dakota. When his friends Todd and Anthony convince him to take a vacation with them to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, he agrees without hesitation.

Experts believe that Yellowstone is overdue for an eruption, but they say that eruption could happen anytime within the next 20,000 years. Chad liked his odds of not being alive when Yellowstone decided to blow, but evidently fate is not on his side. As the ground begins to shake it's obvious that a volcanic eruption is imminent.

All there's left to do is run!

Will Chad and his friends escape the fury of the Yellowstone Super Volcano? Or is the world doomed to a fiery fate?

Join Chad on this epic adventure across the United States as he tries to save his family and friends from the most horrific and cataclysmic disaster the human race has ever seen.


The Last Man
by Mary Shelley
$0.00, 496 pages, 3.1 out of 5.0 (82 reviews), #15 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Mary Shelley’s astounding look at the end of the world

Set at the end of the twenty-first century, The Last Man is a moving and fantastical account of the apocalypse. Faced with a populace clamoring for more democratic rule, the last king of England relinquishes his throne. Suddenly a mysterious plague sweeps the globe, drawing ever nearer to England. As war, disease, and death ravage humanity, ideals of fairness and love are quickly supplanted by the imperative of survival.

With semibiographical characters drawn from Shelley’s own inner circle of friends and colleagues, this book is at once a look at the end of mankind and a critique of Romanticism. The Last Man’s themes of destruction resonate as much now as they did nearly two hundred years ago.

This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.

America's Sunset: A Post Apocalyptic Fight For Survival
by Norman Christof
$0.00, 254 pages, 2.9 out of 5.0 (19 reviews), #130 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Can a beaten man find salvation in the chaos of an apocalypse?

Dawson Chambers didn't deserve the life he got, but who does? After a failed marriage, and multiple career reboots, things were finally going his way. Then, the world changed. A massive solar flare struck the western hemisphere, ravaged the power grid, and plunged his world into a primitive existence.

Jake saw this coming years ago, and built every preppers dream refuge. He may not have considered every possible disaster, but he wasn't about to jeopardize everything for the sake of one loser.

Old enemies came calling. Good choices evaporated. Civilization may have gone to hell, but Dawson's determination didn't. Unfortunately, neither did his enemies'. Stripped of basic essentials and trapped in unfamiliar surroundings, Dawson and his small band of allies did what they must to survive the long night ... and prayed that it was enough.

Underneath the Draconian Sky
by Dale M. Chatwin
$0.00, 188 pages, 2.9 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #108 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Steampunk
Dale M. Chatwin presents his debut novel: When 1107 is hired by saloon proprietor Sylvester Claproot to exterminate a group of escaped residents from the Bachman Gardens Institute for the Criminally Insane, it all seems like a run of the mill extermination: capture, torture and kill. He soon finds himself plunged into a brutal world of sexual lust, unhindered violence and where the fringes of sanity are lost to the winds of time. At the heart of this dark tale is the story of one man's acceptance of his own demise and his journey into a chaotic world where he is forced to chase his death across a brutal dystopian landscape. It is a novel that will keep you reading until the Sun scars the horizon.

"I also have to give particular praise to the world of Underneath a Draconian Sky. As previously mentioned, the world is a mix of Steampunk, Sci-fi and even Fantasy. Normally, if you mix in too many genres, it can sometimes make the world a little too over the top and unbelievable, a trap I myself have fallen into. But the elements mixed in here work well and create a nightmarish hell - with dusty deserts, rusted industrial areas, dirty streets and decedent, corrupted religious ideology. It is a place that has no place for kindness or meekness, ruled by alien creatures that are pretty much dictators. It builds a dark and creepy atmosphere that puts you at unease pretty much the entire novel."
- Dan Wright (Author at Pandragon Publishing).

The Earthborn: Vol. I
by Andrea Gutierrez
$0.00, 394 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #13 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Exploration
Samantha, a super-star guitarist from the global sensation band, Primal Deviants, tries to commit suicide and end her fame, her fortune, her drug addiction, and the "Voice" in her head which keeps telling her what to do. At the last minute, her suicide is interrupted by the after effect of a bomb dropped at the outskirts of her hometown, Alamogordo, NM. Irritated to still be alive, Samantha dusts-off her black leather jacket, raises her sarcasm two or three notches, and walks out into the deserted streets of Alamogordo. What happened? Where did everyone go? Samantha doesn't care. She just wants to end her life. Her goal to kill herself is shaken-up when she encounters a helpless boy, trapped in a basement all alone. Samantha's motivation to die is now put into question by a young boy's chance to survive the beginning of the end of Earth's civilizations. Samantha Vega is no stranger to the anarchistic life, but even she cannot outrun truth.

To Utopia's End (The Utopian Saga Book 1)
by Baylor Blackwell
$0.00, 203 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #2 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
Life in River Fork isn't perfect; besides the perpetually grieving adults there's the bland food, the small, sometimes boring small town life, and having to leave childhood fun behind as you grow up. Long after the world finally united into a single state, Utopia, the grandest empire in the history of man is nothing but a fairy tale. To nineteen-year-old Tiah Netyen, the only thing real about it is the outlandish stories her parents and other adults of River Fork tell their children. But there's nothing real about stories, and they hold no weight in real life.

Until the helicopters showed up, bearing soldiers and promises of the old world returning. With a few conditions...

Thrust up against mercenaries, raiders, time, and a brutal, seemingly pointless journey across a land that she had only imagined before, Tiah must face the fact that everything her parents had said was true, and that in a world as broken as hers, a real utopia isn't necessarily perfect for everyone.

Cards Against Humanity - YA Adventure Story
by Ramz Artso
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #53 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Alien Invasion
Eleanor Rosewilt is the sole survivor in her family. It's her against the world and these ruthless creatures she calls Cards...

Archon (Paradise Awakened Book 2)
by Mackenzie Morris
$0.00, 286 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #76 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Galactic Empire
On the IGR capital planet of Himmel, Doss is reinstated to his military position as a space fighter pilot. Along with Admiral Velex, he attempts to find a way to overthrow Chancellor Dressler and protect the citizens of Himmel in the process.
Meanwhile, Paradise is a warzone. Nearly completely destroyed, a few refugees have managed to survive the civil war between the humans and the androids. Their efforts at rebuilding are quickly thwarted when the brutal Blood Force invades.
Gabriel, Michael, and Raguel join against their brother archons and the forces of the Imperial Galactic Reich Military. With their unique powers and abilities, they are formidable adversaries. Alliances and treaties mean little when betrayal and hatred are programmed into their minds.
With relationships pushed to the breaking point and a rebel uprising on the other IGR planets, the galaxy looks to Doss and Velex for guidance and stability against the turmoil. Will Doss be able to atone for the sins of his past and find the strength to be the leader that the galaxy needs?

Heaven's Chains (Paradise Awakened Book 3)
by Mackenzie Morris
$0.00, 252 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #58 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Galactic Empire
Exiled to the hostile planet of Barren Void and declared dead, Katarina and Jarred struggle to survive the harsh conditions. Jarred's Nymph abilities begin to show more the longer their lives are in danger. Will they be the first exiles to survive being stranded on Barren Void?
Charged with treason for his part in Doss's death and the theft of an IGR space fighter, Admiral Axel Velex is placed in the pillory as public humiliation punishment after being stripped of his position. Without the authority and responsibility he has always known, Velex instead turns against the government he has served under for so long.
A stranger named Detective Icarus Bronze show up in Kazimir's laboratory with a mysterious connection to the military and a personal one to Velex. With mask covering his face and a covert personality, suspicions grow as he becomes more involved with the research.
Jayce suffers under the abusive control of Gabriel and Clark down in Paradise as he continues to be transformed into the archon Jophiel. Connected to the city's security network to control the dark underlying purpose, if he is disconnected, he will die automatically. Being millions of miles away from his husband is taking a mental and emotional toll on him as his world crumbles around him.
Adam Clark's evil plans are coming to light and threaten the stability of the entire galaxy. With unexplainable events and developments, one thing becomes undeniably clear. Paradise has awakened.

T.I.M.E. (Paradise of Lead Book 2)
by Mackenzie Morris
$0.00, 356 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #45 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Galactic Empire
Isidore has joined Blice in Paradise as an inquisitor after finding out that he is Blice's personal computer. When the space station is attacked from a mysterious Inquisitor Dark, everything Isidore believed about who he is falls apart. Faced with the truth about being the only successful android, he must redefine how he lives, decide who he loves, and discover if he can even know emotions outside of his programming. A member of the organization he fought so hard to defeat, Isidore has been labeled a traitor by the only friends he has ever known.
Byron and Damien work together to end the crisis between the walled city of Paradise and the wasteland rebel base of Rubble City. Byron faces a personal foe that his normal brute force cannot defeat. Damien and his partner Seth relive their memory of Styx, where Damien shot and paralyzed Seth all to be a hero.
With attacks from Common Ground soldiers and a string of mysterious murders, everyone is a suspect as diplomatic stability crumbles. With a change in command for the Unified State, can the new president mend international relations or will humanity face another nuclear war?

Roadkill Joe
by Milo James Fowler
$0.00, 24 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #161 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Joe ain't no hero. He just wants to die.

The kids they call him "Roadkill" on account of how them Horrors sucked him up into the sky to have their way with him, then dropped him in the middle of a street full of traffic. Must've gotten run over five or six times before them cars and trucks stopped to see what they'd hit. But Joe he just stood up without a bone broke in his entire body and not a drop of blood leaking out. His back's hurt him something fierce ever since, but otherwise, he's right as rain.

That's not to say life's been a bed of roses—unless all we're talking about is the thorns.

Short Stories - Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction / Horror