| The Gemini Hustle (The Zodiac Files Book 1) |
by Kathleen McClure, L. Gene Brown
$0.00, 568 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #2 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
Two guys walk into a bar…
… but it's no joke when Zodiac agent Ray Slater's manhunt runs afoul of Harry Finn's undercover op, burning both men's covers—along with some of the local real estate.
Now the two men form an uneasy partnership, one that takes them from the depths of the planet Ócala's understreet dives to the pinnacle of its pleasure palaces, and straight into the heart of an interstellar crime syndicate.
Here, Ray and Harry find themselves entangled with two women gifted with psionic abilities—and burdened by secrets—who will change both men’s lives, forever.
One planet, two men, three explosive nights, The Gemini Hustle serves up classic spy fi in a distant, dangerous, future.
| The Ares Weapon (Mars Ascendant Book 1) |
by D.M. Pruden
$0.00, 270 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (60 reviews), #5 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Exploration
A deadly artificial virus is missing...
The corporation that hired her to find it wants her dead...
Melanie Destin's life is a mess...
Desperate to start over, she accepts an interplanetary salvage job that will pay her enough to start a new life on Mars.
When she learns the real purpose of the mission is to recover an apocalyptic virus, everything begins to unravel...
With her life in danger and not knowing who to trust, Mel must find a way to keep the virus out of the wrong hands... If she fails, billions will die...
The Ares Weapon, the first book in the Mars Ascendant Series, is a page turning sci fi thriller.
If you like science fiction with a strong female lead character, ruthless villains and a page turning plot, you'll love The Ares Weapon.
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| Terminus (Fringe Worlds #1) |
by Kevin Hardman
$0.00, 320 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (108 reviews), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
Master Sergeant Gant Maker was a highly-decorated and well-respected Marine - until his last mission left him as the sole survivor of an encounter with a vicious race called the Vacra. Served up as a scapegoat and drummed out of the military, he has since lived a life of seclusion with only an adopted alien as a companion.
Now the Vacra have returned. As the only person to have ever faced them and survived, Maker is reinstated in the Corps and given the onerous task of finding this enemy on a world located at the edge of known space. Assisting him is an unlikely band of military rejects, including a blind sharpshooter, an unstable psychic, and a genetically-engineered killing machine who refuses to fight.
Given that the Vacra have superior weapons and technology, Maker recognizes that his team is at a distinct disadvantage. But Marines are nothing if not resourceful, and Maker has an audacious plan that just may level the playing field – if it doesn’t get them all killed.
| The Book of Aftermath |
by Abram Gitspof
$0.00, 425 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #107 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Eversor, the manhunter cyborg wakes up in an abandoned battlefield, surrounded by remains of many cyborgs of his kind.
He remembers little but the harsh commandments from the Book of Mankind that he worshipped.
Another failed human colony had to be eradicated for breaching the commandments of the sacred text. Eversor remembers - he was sent along with millions of other cyborgs to punish the offending human planet.
Now the planet lay before him destroyed and Eversor was all alone. He is desperate to find a source of new commands he can follow - a new purpose.
Eversor finds a sole human survivor (Vagus) but does not destroy him despite his instincts. The manhunter instead uses the human as a guide in search for a new purpose.
And in following the Book of Mankind teachings Eversor and his human companion inevitably write the new chapters...
| Fractal Standard Time (Book I of the Chronopticus Chronicles) |
by Michael Galloway
$0.00, 94 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #38 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Christian > Futuristic
Can Eden be built on another planet? Several pioneers, explorers, and inventors aim to find out by establishing a permanent colony on Mars. One mathematician and scientist, Steven Entner, stakes his career on the idea and inspires several generations to come.
As his vision evolves through his descendents, so does the technology to implement it. With the technology comes an increasing mastery over the environment. In the wrong hands that technology may lead to their ultimate destruction.
Note: This is book one of a trilogy. Although this first book contains twelve interlinked short stories, the other two books will be novels.
| Rebel Command: Frontier Zero |
by Jack Adams
$0.00, 189 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #29 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Colonization
2366 CE humankind has become an endangered species. With fewer than seventy-five thousand estimated total human beings left in charted space, every life matters. Unfortunately, the few remaining refuge's humans have huddled around are constantly threatened by under threat by rival races, natural disasters, and political in-fighting. Fortunately, a new type of hero has emerged to lead humanity into the future, the elite Vigilant. Unfortunately, the greatest of the Vigilante, Jack Finder, has been exiled due to tragic happenstance. Outcast from human space he's spent years wandering the wilds seeking meaningful work, where ever he can find it.
Mankind exists, as an endangered species, living on the edge of civilized space without a place to call home. Upon discovering an ancient artifact, archaeologist hires disgraced Vigilant, Jack Finder, to assist her in finding the seven fragments of the legendary Apocryph Queens' Scepter. In order to accomplish this the pair must brave alien wolds, evade roving pirates, and understand enigmatic clues left by a long dead race, all while civilized space mysteriously crumbles around them.