New free Apocalypse Kindle books for 2017-06-17:

In the Panther's Wake (Pather's Wake Book 1)
by Maté Jarai
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #51 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > War & Military

In a ruined world, based loosely on our own, the surface is haunted by terrifying and deadly masked soldiers, left behind from the wars of the past. Survivors of the ‘old world’ have fled to the underground. Food and water are scarce and it hasn’t rained in a year. Bandi and Markus are brothers, and two of the youngsters tasked with scavenging the surface for food. The soldiers have always left the young ones alone, but things are getting desperate. Times are changing.

After tragedy strikes, Bandi and Markus are alone. With only an elusive black panther to guide them, they set out in search of the sea, a sea that only Markus can remember. But they’ve been told the sea no longer exists and the path towards it seems impossible. It’s a journey that will test their physical and spiritual selves, their beliefs and their brotherhood. As they venture on, they hope the panther that leads them is real, hope that at the end of it all they’ll find safety beside the waves. But that’s all they have—hope—and Death is everywhere.

Dream's Dark Flight: The Dimension War
by Robert Chazz Chute
$0.00, 302 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #123 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
Don't fall asleep. If you do, you're a target.
The doctor doesn't believe the waking nightmares.
The physiotherapist wants her old life back.
The NSA agent has very little time to solve the mystery before we all succumb.
The stakes are nothing less than human extinction.

From the author of This Plague of Days comes a unique mix of science fiction and the paranormal.

At a resort hotel in Dubai, bodies are found crushed beside their beds. A village in France fills with corpses. Each night, the terror builds. As nightmares become reality, lucid dreaming may be the only way to fight the threat invading our minds.

Leave the light on. You'll be up all night, turning pages, afraid to sleep.

Reader guide:
80,000 words
Although this is the fourth book in this series, it can be read as a stand alone. It is another front in the Dimension War.
The first three books are Haunting Lessons, Death Lessons and Fierce Lessons.
SFF, thriller, horror, supernatural, paranormal, action and adventure, some zombie action, some references to drug use, violence

The First Prayer
by Sandford Parker
$0.00, 10 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #81 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Metaphysical
The city of Gainesville, Florida, has been decimated by a strange blast and is now empty except for the military. Into this wasteland rides a man on a mission, Teddy Anderson, son of famed science-fiction writer, Edward Anderson.

Recipient of an Honorable Mention in the Genre Short Story Category in the 80th Annual Writer's Digest Writing Competition, The First Prayer is a story about personal demons, new beginnings, and the power of science fiction.

Red Gambit: Book One of the Harvesters Series
by Luke R. Mitchell
$0.00, 313 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (32 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Men's Adventure
A mercenary and an arcanist walk into a bar.
Mistake number one.

It's been 15 years since the bombs fell. Those who survive scrape by in constant fear of famine, murderous marauders, and worse: the raknoth. No one knows what they are or where they came from. Only that they destroyed the world. And now they rule what's left.

Jarek Slater never lost sleep over the fact. He had his ship. He had his exosuit. He went where he pleased, dealt justice where he saw fit. Life was good. Simple. But then someone had to go and steal his exosuit. And you just don't steal another man's exosuit.

When Jarek's only lead turns out to be locked up in a raknoth stronghold, though, things get interesting. When that lead's big sis shows up waving around a silver staff, smacking around grown men with telekinesis, and stopping bullets in mid-air, things get, well, more interesting. And when the two of them get drawn into a race across the post-apocalyptic country to save her brother and find his suit...

Look, suffice it to say Jarek didn't sign up for this crap. Energy-bending arcanists? Red-eyed space vampires? Teamwork?

Oh, and then there's that mysterious alien artifact that might just bring on the second apocalypse.

No. Jarek sure as crap didn't sign up for this. And neither did his fiery new friend. But together, they might just be strong enough to pull it off.

Assuming they don't kill each other first...

RED GAMBIT is the first book in the Harvesters Series, an alien invasion adventure set on a post-apocalyptic Earth. Think HALO meets DRESDEN FILES, with STAR WARS flavored sprinkles. Fans of Michael Anderle, Lindsay Buroker, and Chris Fox will love this series for its "fast-paced adventure," "compelling characters," and "wonderfully wise-cracking dialogue."

For a limited time, grab your copy and experience the action-packed beginning for only 99 cents!

Ping Two - Across the Valley
by Susan Lowry
$0.00, 208 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #86 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Can a depleted group save humanity?

The fragile community is struggling. A suspicious newcomer entering the scene, only complicates matters. And when Travis heads off on a dangerous mission into uncharted territory, bringing them along for a precarious ride—their world will change beyond their wildest dreams!

But when the scales are tipped—can they make it back from the brink of extinction?

The Running Game (Reachers Book 1)
by L.E. Fitzpatrick
$0.00, 222 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (54 reviews), #7 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Cyberpunk
Rachel’s father called it the running game. Count the exits, calculate the routes, and always be ready to run.

On the surface, Rachel is just an ordinary doctor, but she has a secret. Rachel is a Reacher, wanted by the government and the criminal underworld for her psionic powers.

Charlie and his brother John have a reputation for doing the impossible. But after losing his family, Charlie is a broken mess and John is barely keeping him afloat. In desperation, they take a job from a ruthless crime lord, only to discover the girl they are hunting is a Reacher. One of their own kind.

With the help of dangerous and dubious allies, can Rachel turn the game around and save herself?

Stone Seeds - a gripping dystopian thriller
by Jo Ely
$0.00, 320 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #5 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Technothrillers

A gripping new dystopian novel that imagines a terrifying post-apocalyptic future.....

Nothing is quite as it appears in New Bavarnica. Everything is run by The General, alongside his collaborator, the village shopkeeper. The General rules by menace and unimaginable cruelties – everyone in Bavarnica knows their place and is kept in it.

Everyone that is except Antek, the Egg Boy, a government-made machine with a chink in his system.

Everyone except Zorry the slave, who spends her nights hunting lethal plants in the killing forest.

Everyone except Jengi, the shopkeeper’s ‘tame’ assistant, and last surviving member of the notorious Digger tribe. Together, can they find the courage to fight back?

STONE SEEDS is a beautifully crafted dystopian action thriller. Its all too real characters must use every last ounce of their courage, ingenuity and flawed humanity to keep hope alive in a world gripped by fear.

Pulsating Liver and other Stories (Pulsating Liver Trilogy Book 1)
by Bobby Hassall
$0.00, 178 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #99 in > Literature & Fiction > Humor & Satire > General Humor
A crazy adventure across alien landscapes, when a grumpy old rock and roll stage crew, an intergalactic space traveller and a stowaway helpless alcoholic, travelling in a luxury Night-Liner, get hurtled through time and space, sucked through a wormhole, end up in God’s living room and have to save the Universe from complete and utter annihilation. It’s just got to be fun!!

52914 words.

After having had his previous book; Pink Floyd Backstage published back in 2011, a well recieved biography of his adventures behind the scenes of a major rock and roll band, the author now delves into the insane world of science fiction madness in this extraordinary intergalactic adventure.

Watch out for part two: Waiting for a Miracle. Coming soon!

Garden of Serenity: A Dystopian Suspense Novel
by Nina Pierce
$0.00, 252 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #38 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Genetic Engineering
What would you do if the one thing you thought you’d never need becomes the very thing you can’t live without?

A woman blinded by life …
The human population of the 23rd century is dying. As an honored Healer and the Chief Administrator to the largest hospital in the capital city, JAHARA KHATERI has successfully avoided her obligation to mate with a male and fulfill the archaic laws of procreation. But with her 30th birthday fast approaching—time has run out.

A man working for change …
BRENIMYN is a gifted breeding instructor at the Garden of Serenity. Enslaved by the government and forced to submit to all females who request his services, he’s searching for the one woman strong enough to lead a revolution. When Brenimyn is paired with Jahara, he wonders if his instant reaction to her is a desperate attempt to fulfill his destiny or if he’s truly found his soul mate.

Two people willing to die for their love …
When Brenimyn shows Jahara the ways of the ancients, she can no longer deny that theirs is a world gone horribly wrong. As the bond between their hearts grows stronger, Jahara realizes she wants nothing more than to stand at Brenimyn’s side and lead the people of the Garden into a fight for monumental change. But the government finds their loving relationship a threat to their hierarchy and they will stop at nothing to keep these two rebels from succeeding in bringing about a new world order.

Dead Planet Spinnin': Volume I: Terracidal Maniacs (J.M.'s Dead Series Book 1)
by Julian Massaglia
$0.00, 273 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #7 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Westerns > Science Fiction
Eleven hundred years into the future, California dominates the globe under a sovereignty-crushing regime—it’s up to one Texan to put an end to it. Meet Gabriel Spurangler, a Neo-Viking Cowboy with a lost memory and bad attitude. If there was ever anyone cut out for the job of saving the Earth from California, it would be him. However, he may find out along the way that there are darker things to worry about than his neighbors on the Pacific Coast.

So come along for the ride and join him in these 260 pages of fury unmatched by a roller coaster at full throttle and a NASA Launchpad at liftoff.

Happy Trails Ya’ll!

King of Forgotten Land: A Post-Apocalyptic Horror Novella
by Brandon Berntson
$0.00, 56 pages, 3.3 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #30 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Hubert Digby lies in a hospital bed in a post-apocalyptic world. He is over seventy years old and can't remember his name, his past, or why he's the only one alive in a world long dead. He can't move a muscle. The bodies in the bed next to him are charred corpses, and the sky is a molten tapestry of red and orange flame. There is no sign of life, not a single blade of grass. Hubert Digby is, quite literally, the only living thing.

But memories of a beautiful face, a pristine lake, and time spent fishing with a boy come to him in crystal clear imagery. Only he can't tell if they're hopeful visions or actual memories.

In order to stay sane - to withstand the hellish ordeal in which he finds himself - Hugh must hold onto everything he can while he can, even if his own recollections are nothing more than pretend.

by Scott Michael Decker
$0.00, 161 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #19 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Engineer Janet Thompson steps through a Doorport to San Diego, but lands in San Francisco instead. The worldwide Doorport network has operated without a glitch for forty years. What can possibly be going wrong?

The lives of six people change in dramatic ways, and as Janet tries to revamp the 40-year old Doorport system, she realizes that years of use have begun to have an effect on our world.

When the space-time permutations become more numerous and pervasive than she could have ever imagined, Janet must save our dimension from complete collapse.

Realm of Goryo: Prelude- Japan vs Mankind
by Dane G. Kroll, Christopher Rocha Jr.
$0.00, 48 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #432 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
In the year 2061, Goryo reigns in Tokyo while more kaiju roam through the lands of Japan. Mankind was forced to evacuate, and it is up to the UN to find a solution.

A forced peace has come over the world by the kaiju, Tengi. Mankind must find a way to co-exist with the kaiju or face their total destruction.

Meanwhile, a new superpower is rising in the Pacific and visitors from another planet slowly bring their conflict to Earth.

Those controlling the fate of Japan will stop at nothing to rid the world of the kaiju and claim what is theirs. It is only a matter of time before peace crumbles and war breaks out.

The Last Bad Job
by Colin Dodds
$0.00, 207 pages, 2.7 out of 5.0 (122 reviews), #39 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
It’s a hell of an assignment: Five months on a New Mexico desert compound to cover what could be the next Jonestown. For one reporter, it could be a career-maker. But when a cult member close to him drowns herself, he flees, setting unimaginable events into motion.

From the author of the widely acclaimed novels Another Broken Wizard and What Smiled at Him comes The Last Bad Job—a book the late Norman Mailer touted as showing “something that very few writers have; a species of inner talent that owes very little to other people.”

Praise for The Last Bad Job
“No one has done the Apocalypse better! From the opening scene to the final shocking line, this book is full of gruesome twists, profound insights, and absolutely brilliant writing. Definitely one of the best books I've read in the past ten years.”
-Boston Literary Magazine

“The Last Bad Job is a fantastical trip… I absolutely loved it in a weird crazy way… the characters are what really pulled me into this book… a very realistic post-alcoholic breakdown journalist who is also very introspective and likable all at once… The writing is flawless and the irony of the story is just absolutely fabulous… Colin Dodds has picked up a new fan - I’m definitely going to go back and pick up his prior books and stay on the lookout for more!”
-Kathy LaMee,

“The Last Bad Job is a dark, weird apocalyptic trip with profanity, paranoia, and comedy–a beautiful elemental mix… I loved this book for many reasons: the detached but paranoid tone, the comedy and strong voice, the unpredictable turns and switchbacks, and the gonzo-style narrative.”
-Marissa van Uden,

Praise for Colin Dodds’ What Smiled at Him
“The novel has an angry edge to it, recalling the spirit of the Beats. Many of the peripheral characters speak like prophets… Marv and Lynn are just as self-aware as their supporting cast, and their abundance of wisdom sometimes stretches believability; it’s tempered, however, by the flaw of their continually self-destructive behavior. Watching them ignore their better instincts… makes the characters more endearing.”
-Kirkus Reviews

Praise for Dodds’ Another Broken Wizard

“Dodds gets Worcester and shows it in all of its glories and cracks…He runs through the streets of the city and nearby towns and takes the reader with him…Dodds is a master of writing the town life and capturing all of the said and unsaid. His characters are so full of waiting, of pain, and of hope that never reaches past the next day.”
-Worcester Pulse Magazine

“Masterfully written with all the grit and grisly humor of returning to one’s dingy blue collar hometown, Another Broken Wizard is the compelling, tightly-woven story of a couple of 30-year old boyhood chums who don't grow up until it's too late.”
-Boston Literary Magazine

“It kept me nostalgic for something that isn't my story, isn't my town, and I got really emotionally involved. I may have shed a tear at the beautifully foreshadowed climax, and I do not cry easily! Seriously. Give it a read.”

“Another Broken Wizard is a terrific coming-of-age tale that rings utterly true. Dodds has a gift for conveying the sounds of his people and their world. He can make highway hypnosis as fascinating as a gang brawl.... Another Broken Wizard is compulsively readable. I’ll be giving this book to some of my friends.”
- Jack O’Connell, author of The Resurrectionist, and Box Nine

The Black Hole
by Ray Hammond
$0.00, 500 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #9 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > War & Military

‘There is a large lake in central London,’ he told his viewers in a tone of appalled wonderment. ‘We’re just coming up to Waterloo Bridge but there is nothing but water ahead for as far as I can see – no buildings at all...'

American military scientists have secretly developed a new weapon of mass destruction, capable of producing an artificial black hole in miniature – a tiny area of such dense gravity that everything, including light, is sucked into it.

This can completely devastate a target area but leave behind no radiation. But at its first live demonstration, the US President watches in horror as the ‘black hole’ continues growing beyond its designated limits, and they watch a complete mountain range crumble to dust beyond the desert valley.

He instantly orders the project to be cancelled, all data and records destroyed.

Twenty years later, British Intelligence starts picking up disturbing information that a rogue terrorist cult called the Brotherhood of Azrael is planning a new series of spectacular attacks against the West. As attempts are made to infiltrate this mysterious group, a series of atrocities commences around the world.

With capital cities resorting to panic evacuation, an even more terrifying threat begins to emerge.

For the Brotherhood – ‘the angels of death’ – have got possession of America’s darkest secret, and have it primed for total global destruction.

Praise for Ray Hammond:

'Compelling, vivid and utterly terrifying... Be afraid, be very afraid.' - Daily Express

'This dazzling vision of global chaos explodes off the page with the dramatic force of a smart bomb.' - Daily Express

Ray Hammond is a novelist, dramatist and non-fiction author. He is also a futurologist who lectures on future social and business trends for universities, corporations and governments. He lives in London and can be found on the web at

Zero Gravity Zero Hour - Extinction
by C.O. Amal
$0.00, 208 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #27 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
They are out there, watching us. Waiting for the right moment. Waiting for us to drop our guard. They are everywhere, but they are invisible to us. The government knows about them, but what can they do? Our planet is going for a death revolution. Can we stop it? Terrorists roam the earth. More people are becoming terrorists. War is in its zenith, but nobody knows about this war. The war is near us, but we are not prepared for it. This is the end. Let’s us hope that our gods will be watching this, only they can save us. Oh, gods, where are you?

Refreeze (Nuclear Winter Book 3)
by Mackenzie Morris
$0.00, 266 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #122 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Genetic Engineering
The fight between Sean and his brother is nearing a final end, especially with President Wilton and his robots switching sides to join Dr. Benson. Now, their hero, Cyber Savior, faces the new face of evil that has taken over the city. A cyborg in red with eyes hidden and broken behind his dead mother's scarf and sunglasses and a familiar haunting song from a time long past . . . Welcome to Crymson City.

The Blimps of Venus: an ARC short story
by Lancelot Schaubert
$0.00, 38 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #14 in > Short Reads > One hour (33-43 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
When the æristocracy decides to withdraw their blimps from the Venusian economy and head back to an abandoned Earth, the surf-turned-æristocrat Sir Thomas begins tearing down their entire economy in order to save millions of lives. A dystopian sci-fi about class warfare THE BLIMPS OF VENUS shows us the true motives behind eugenics and other evils.


“Schaubert’s words have an immediacy, a potency, an intimacy that grab the reader by the collar and say ‘Listen, this is important!’ Probing the bones and gristle of humanity, his subjects challenge, but also offer insights into redemption if only we will stop and pay attention.”

— Erika Robuck, National Bestselling Author of Hemingway’s Girl

“Loved this story because Lance wrote about people who don't get written about enough and he did it with humor, compassion, and heart.”

— Brian Slatterly, author of Lost Everything and editor of The New Haven Review

“I’m such a fan of Lance Schaubert's work. His unique view of things and his life-wisdom enriches all he does. We're lucky to count him among our contributors.”

— Therese Walsh, author of The Moon Sisters and Editorial Director of Writer Unboxed

"Lancelot Schaubert exhibits his talents in many forms from poetic verse to lyrical prose to musical compositions, all the while infusing them with charisma, passion, and wit. A true creative, Schaubert is one to watch in the literary world."

—Heather Webb, author of Rodin's Lover & Becoming Josephine

“Lance Schaubert writes with conviction but without the cliché and bluster of the propaganda that is so common in this age of blogs and tweets. Here is a real practitioner of the craft who has the patience to pay attention. May his tribe increase!”

— Jonathan Wilson Hartgrove, author of Common Prayer and The Awakening of Hope

“Lancelot was the kind of student every writing teacher hopes to have in her class: attentive, thoughtful, a bit quirky, and innovative. Since his time in my classroom, he has continued to impress me. He ‘sees,’ and his essays, poetry, and fiction are full of details that enable his audience to see. Bravo, Lance.”

— Jackina Stark, author of Things Worth Remembering and Tender Grace

“[He writes] characters with distinctive personalities, multi-layered, and unpredictable. [They have] natural voices, succinct and unique to each character.”

— The Missouri Scriptwriting Fellowship

"Schaubert's narratives are emotionally stirring with both a vulnerable sensibility and rawness to them. They take you on a journey full of open wounds, intimate successes and personal delights. His words have a calmness, a natural ease but the meaning is always commanding and dynamic."

— Natalie Gee, Brooklyn Film Festival

by Jake Guthrie, Alice Bessoni
$0.00, 92 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #134 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
A young woman, who even at the world's ending has maintained some form of innocence, must finally face the dark world and its people. Through the pain and suffering of her and her friends, she finds out what it means to be human when all humanity fades away.

by Austin King
$0.00, 23 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #56 in > Literature & Fiction > Short Stories > United States
Decades after women have stopped being born, three men are holed up inside a shack in the woods where they must fight for their own survival.

1 Ceres
by D. J. Takemoto
$0.00, 362 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #163 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Ceres, the City of Ember on an asteroid

Life on the asteroid Ceres is a constant struggle for food, supplies, and even to stay alive. Eve wonders how they got to Ceres, why they are there, and especially, where they are from. The rulers say they are from the home world, but no one knows what that means. And now on job assignment day, they are running out of everything, and Eve and her future husband Dirk want answers. What they find will change the history of their city. They are the next Lightfighters, and they have the stones! Ceres is the Lightfighter Asteroid.

Gaze: The Mountains of Durne (The Onterra Archives Book 3)
by Noelle Dancer
$0.00, 10 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #32 in > Short Reads > 15 minutes (1-11 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
The third installment of the Onterra Archives series. Set in the Mountains of Durne, a region producing 90% of the metal mining in the Vale Mountain Range. Once the most prosperous region in the country, Durne was one of the first targets in the beginning of the Civil War. Gaze is a window into the region of the Vale, and a view of what happens when a manufacturing region is choked by the sanctions of war.

Genesis: What has Mankind Done?
by Thomas Zman
$0.00, 10 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews)
Genesis is a short fictional piece as to mankind's incompetent attempt to restore human life on Earth.

SOLE: An Original Screenplay
by Mehul Desai, David Ayling
$0.00, 251 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #128 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
The near future. Psychologist Laura Marshall faces SOLE, a "Sentient Online Entity" that has been downloaded into a human body. As half the world see him as a threat the other half see him as a manifestation of a higher power.

Science fiction thriller exploring religious fundamentalism in the 21st Century.

Written by Mehul Desai, Winner of the 2009 PAGE Awards Grand Prize and the 2013 Science Fiction Gold Prize, Hollywood Screenplay Contest.

Cover art by David C Ayling

by Thomas Z-man
$0.00, 10 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #132 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
A civilization must flee its dying planet to save itself. The problem is that they have become so technologically advanced that they leave behind their spiritual leaders, thus dooming their existence.

Dragon Variation
by T. Cisco
$0.00, 78 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #14 in > Short Reads > Two hours or more (65-100 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Her gifts made her a savior.
Her loyalty made her a slave.
Her escape made her a threat.

In this dystopian epic, a captive with astonishing gifts escapes her tormentors and embarks on a treacherous journey of freedom and revenge. A powerfully equipped soldier, raised from birth to blindly follow any order down to the utmost, fatal detail is assigned to stop her at all cost, or face a gruesome execution by his fellow brothers in arms. What happens when an unstoppable force meets an unmovable object?

From the author of Teleportality comes a gripping new science fiction novel, Dragon Variation.

The Color of Emotion: A Novella
by Dario Solera
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #217 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Liam’s life was normal—that is, as normal as it can get in what remains of Tucson after the explosive eruption of the Yellowstone Caldera.
Now, after a heinous accident at the factory, he is blind. Liam cannot see his little brother smile, he’s unable to enjoy the enticing view of Isabel’s body. He can no longer read. But he sees something else . . .
Inside Liam, the furious fight between wrath and guilt will make him murderer and savior, coward and brave, kid and man. Because, after all, Liam doesn’t care about his sight. He only craves redemption.

Towers of Silence
by Steven Pease
$0.00, 476 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #355 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Post-Apocalyptic
Savages kill each other with stone axes in the shadows of ruins twenty storeys tall. Divine beings rule over men and monstrous demons stalk the wastelands. In the east, a storm gathers.

Amongst this ruined and barbaric world, Al-Bayt and its order of holy knights stand as a beacon of civilisation and progress amidst the darkness. Namir is one such sacred warrior.

Having recently completed his training, Namir is dispatched beyond the frontiers of the empire to carry out the will of God.

But the world outside Al-Bayt is more dangerous and mysterious than he could ever have imagined, and what he will encounter will shake his beliefs to the core and change the future forever.

[This book is not suitable for under 18s]