New free Science Fiction Kindle books for 2018-02-21:

The Purge of District 89 (A Grower's War Book 1)
by D.J. Molles
$0.00, 321 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (129 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Dystopian
"The perfect culmination of jaw breaking action and political intrigue from DJ Molles. Readers will certainly find his newest thriller to be as chilling as it is exciting."
--Nicholas Sansbury Smith USA Today bestselling author of Hell Divers

Keep your head down. Do what you’re told. It’s easier that way.

Walter Lawrence Baucom is used to the troops that patrol Agrarian District 89. He grew up with the sight of Chinese and Russian soldiers, right alongside the American ones. They are the Coalition. “The Three Brothers,” they call themselves. They claim that they are there to help. And he thinks that if he doesn’t rock the boat, then they will never have a reason to break in his door and disappear him, like they did to his brother.

But when a Chinese captain is kidnapped by resistance members, Walter is suddenly thrust into a fight he never wanted. A fight where there are many sides, but very few allies. As things in District 89 quickly spiral out of control and the borders are closed by Coalition troops, Walter will have to make a decision: What is he willing to fight for?

His life? His freedom?

His family?

Venus Fall
by K. P. Ambroziak
$0.00, 181 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #41 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > First Contact
Onine is the only Kyprian who knows his species' ultimate truth, and he fears for El. From the moment he sees her, a slave at the Bathing Temple, he wants to save her. But the only way for him to do so is to give up his beauty, forego his fire, and become clay like her. An easy task if it were as simple as him changing his form. Unfortunately, she is the one who must be transformed and become Kyprian like him.

“ … a melody of words, singing off the page ... intellectually and poetically written, and a most fantastical piece of metamorphic fantasy ... another fabulous read from a brilliant author.” ~ William Bitner

“Ambroziak’s writing style is hauntingly smooth, melodic, and slightly sensual … this is a story which, once read, will ingrain itself into the memory and might leave you questioning the validity of your core beliefs.” ~ L. F. Falconer

“… a rare excellent read … I predict it is going to be a huge hit with fans of the genre.” ~ Reader’s Favorite

Virtual Heaven: Only he can save them
by Taylor Kole
$0.00, 375 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #1 in > Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Thrillers > Technothrillers
Why live, when dying brings you straight to heaven?

The esoteric tech firm Broumgard pioneers a virtual reality that mirrors the best of life. Before long, people are dying to escape their humdrum days for the virtual ecstasy of the Lobby. Literally.
When the world discovers that dying while connected transfers their consciousness into a virtual heaven, people are willing to do anything to get inside.
Alex Cutler is the only one who can stop the madness he helped create, unless things have gone too far?

by Joel Knox
$0.00, 275 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (49 reviews), #24 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Anthologies & Short Stories
Ever since his father's death, James Hyde's dream has been to become a CIA field operative. Sadly though, he just doesn't have the nerves to make it in the stressful world of cloak and dagger.
After years stuck behind a desk, James is given a chance to help the CIA flush out a mole leaking intel to the Russians – a dream come true! But things turn nightmarish when his team is betrayed on the streets of London, leaving him the sole survivor. Now on the run and assumed to be the mole, James must get to the bottom of his betrayal, while fighting against an anxiety deep within him that might not be his nerves...

Check out the next book in the Series Altered Reality.

Nadia's Tears (Devya's Children Book 2)
by Julie C Gilbert
$0.00, 298 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #26 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
How far would you go to save someone you love?

While learning to use her Dream Shaper Gift, Jillian Blairington met a sister named Nadia who has the power to speak inside one’s mind. Jillian’s grown rather fond of her.

Now, she’s gone silent.

Jillian turns to her friend, Danielle Matheson, and together they hatch a crazy plan to get Jillian to Nadia’s side so she can awaken her from the coma.

Meanwhile, Danielle tries to keep a friend out of trouble with human traffickers.

If Jillian can’t solve the mystery of Nadia’s coma quickly, she may lose both her sister and her friend.

Interview with the Author:
Q: What makes the Devya’s Children series special?
A: At the heart, this series is about family and friendship as well as the ethical questions surrounding genetic engineering. It’s been likened to the Orphan Black TV show. I like to think of it as a more family-friendly take on those themes. The premise is that a brilliant scientist and his team created several genetically altered children who have special Gifts, such as telepathy, healing, and dream shaping.

The journal/letters style is not unique to this series, but I believe ultimately it suits my need to get in these people’s heads. I’ve worked very hard to fill the books with relatable characters. Some of them happen to have superpowers, but as Jillian points out, everybody has gifts, if not Gifts. It’s just a matter of finding out what those gifts are and how they can be applied for the good of the world.

Q: What order should I read them in?
A: I suggest the traditional order of:
- Ashlynn’s Dreams
- Nadia’s Tears
- Malia’s Miracles
- Varick’s Quest
… before jumping into the prequel—The Dark Side of Science—or the Ashlynn’s Dreams Shorts.

The prequel and the short stories can certainly be read as standalones, but they may be more enjoyable once the reader’s already familiar with some of the characters.

Q: Where does this book fit in the series? What theme(s) make it special?
A: Nadia’s Tears continues where Ashlynn’s Dreams left off. The premise is that Nadia’s fallen into a coma and Jillian may be the only person capable of waking her. Themes of love and loyalty pop up. Jillian doesn’t have to help, but she wants to be there for her sister.

Human trafficking also becomes a theme in this book. Years ago, one of my students mentioned that human trafficking still exists in the world. I was absolutely shocked, so I did some research to confirm this. That was right before the summer I wrote this book, so a lot of the research seeped into the storyline.

We get to learn a little more about Nadia’s character. She’s got the ability to read minds and plan things on very large scales. It makes sense that she’d be aware of the huge problem human trafficking poses and have a deep, burning desire to change things.

Q: Can the reader get the whole series at once?
A: Readers can grab books 1-3 in a combination. I’ve not bundled in Book 4 yet, but hop on over to my amazon author page or website to get plugged in and keep up with the current promos.

The Million Year Journey (The Legend of the Locust Book 2)
by Laurence Moroney
$0.00, 251 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #30 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
Book Two in "The Legend of the Locust" Trilogy.

The Sequel to "The Fourth World" leads our heroes: Fintan, Zack and Ayako to the other side of the universe in the adventure of a lifetime!

The events on Mars have shaken Fintan to his very core. He hears Nizhoni's voice in his head, and thinks he is breaking down. But when fate brings him back together with the Navajo, he realizes that all may bot be as it appears, and he returns to Area 51.

Having lived through a war with the mysterious Hunters, rejoining school life proves to be difficult, but he has his friends Zack and Ayako at his side. And when a new crop of children comes into the school to join Red Squadron, he makes new friends, including the enigmatic Rachel.

When humanity's first Starship, the Destiny, while on its maiden voyage to Saturn, crashes on an unknown world on the far side of the Galaxy, the voices come back to haunt Fintan, and lead him to the discovery of a lifetime...

The Hypothesis of Giants- Book One: The Assumption
by Melissa Kuch
$0.00, 213 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #41 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
For the past fifteen years no one questioned the Sacred Hour in the town of Candlewick. Until one night a mysterious conch shell sounds throughout the Sacred Hour, only to be heard by two young teenagers. Aurora Alvarez is a misfit amongst her peers, desperately trying to fit in but failing to live up to the expectations of her parents and society. She unexpectedly discovers she is fated to ally herself with none other than rebellious Boreas Stockington, who allegedly escaped from the impenetrable Candlewick Prison. These two young teenagers must embark on a perilous adventure where they need to help Otus, a thirty-foot giant, prevent a cataclysmic event from occurring—the Geometric Storm. The journey will take them far from the safety of Wishbone Avenue and into the depths of the unknown and the secrets of the past. However, nothing could prepare these unlikely heroes for facing their own inner demons and the realization that Aurora and Boreas are on this quest together, whether they want to be or not.

The 28th Gate: Volume 1
by Christopher Dimond
$0.00, 209 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #14 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
The 28th Gate: Volume 1
Season 1, Episodes 1-6

With a stolen experimental starship and a pair of advanced synthetic limbs, Hunter isn't an average bounty hunter.

When he accepted the job on a backwater planet, Hunter thought it would be easy. He and his partner just had to track down a missing researcher. But when they find her, she's fled a quarter of the way around the massive 27-gate network and Hunter realizes all is not as he was told.
That simple realization, and Hunter's drive for retribution, kick off a series of adventures leading to the most important discovery since the fall of the Gate Age-and put him in direct confrontation with the corp he's been running from for the past 10 revolutions.

Set in a far distant future, The 28th Gate is a series of 36 novelettes, spread across three seasons, telling the story of Hunter's struggles against the AAA corporation that created him. Each episodic novelette has the action, character, and plotting of a complete story all crammed into an espresso-like package, with each season chronicling a different arc in the overall epic.

Emerald: The Third in the Trinity Series Novels
by CG Blade, Cindy J. Smith, Katerina Ventova, Cindy Calloway, Christine Thompson
$0.00, 232 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #13 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Pseudosynth Press would like to welcome you to the artificially induced world of Emerald, the third Trinity Series novel in our Pseudoverse. Hell hath no fury like Thirty-Five Women scorned. This psychotic novel delves into the circuit of the Pseudosynths and gives you a glimpse into a very satirical world of deceit, distrust, and programming run amok. Xanthe Thirty-Three begins tracking the sexy but deadly Twins. The information she learns along the way will take your breath away as she ultimately finds out who, and what, she really is. Will humanity finally become STEADY? Tropa is all around us now as Heliotrope starts to take shape. Join us in one wild mysterious ride along with a child who is as cute as she is eye opening. More importantly, this novel advances and blends an unsympathetic AI with subtle hints of a fondness for all humans missing a Y chromosome. We hope you enjoy this little ‘slice’ of science fiction heaven!

Jezebel's Ladder
by Scott Rhine
$0.00, 412 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (47 reviews), #2 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
Fans of "Alias" and "Contact" should enjoy this thriller. After Jezebel reads a page from an alien manuscript, she wakes with new abilities and ideas. Each page is supposed to be a step on a ladder to raise our civilization to the next level. Instead, greedy companies and corrupt governments are killing each other to control secrets that will guarantee their supremacy for the next century. Strong-willed, smart, and sexy, Jez acquires pages faster than anyone until an invention goes horribly wrong. Now she’s fighting against the clock, powerful enemies, and government cover-up to save the planet.

Waking Jackal (The Jackal Chronicles Book 1)
by Sandra Leone
$0.00, 266 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #123 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Cyberpunk
"What the frag do ya do all day?"
"Fight. Find food. Sleep. Fight summore."

Jackal's life is nothing but fights and survival, one day blending into the next. Until she meets Frank, that is. He's a member of the Mad Dogs, one of the street gangs on the Neo York low-lev. And he gets it into his head that for some reason, a homeless ten year old kid might need someone to look out for her.

She's been alone as long as she can remember. Now she's finding herself under the wing of the Mad Dogs, and even stranger, liking it. But getting used to dealing with people isn't easy. And turns that kids her age aren't supposed to be so fast or strong…and no one can use their senses of smell or hearing like her.

Mysteries about her are mounting, and so is the opposition. When an unlucky injury leads to unexpected capture, Jackal's suddenly got choices to make. Frank and the Mad Dogs are important to her now. She'll risk everything to keep anyone – rival gang, rogue scientist, or ruthless mercenary – from hurting them.

Anyone…including herself.

Tales of Space and Time (The original 1899 edition of 3 short stories and 2 novellas)
by H.G. Wells, Golden Deer Classics
$0.00, 212 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (71 reviews), #1 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction
A collection of short stories: "The Crystal Egg", "The Star", "A Story of the Stone Age", "A Story of the Days to Come" & "The Man who could Work Miracles"

by Jonathan Davison
$0.00, 269 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #11 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Hard Science Fiction
When Dr Trehearn Culver is awoken from cryogenic stasis only to find the rest of his colleagues have mysteriously died, he becomes the sole survivor aboard the 'Emissary', a vast star ship on a mission to colonise a far off planet. Battling his solitude and compelled to carry on his mission to appease his only companion, Adraste, the ship's 'thinking computer', Trehearn travels down a road of scientific research and ethically questionable experimentation.
Believing himself to be the only hope of rekindling his species that have reduced themselves to near destruction, Trehearn's genial aptitude and tireless efforts look to have achieved the impossible, but then even the best laid plans can be doomed for failure.

'Emissary' is an imaginative and thought provoking science fiction thriller from the author of 'Dark Phase'.

The novel contains scenes unsuitable for younger readers.

Whom God Would Destroy
by Commander Pants
$0.00, 316 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (33 reviews), #6 in > Religion & Spirituality > Christian Books & Bibles > Bible Study & Reference > Criticism & Interpretation
It's 1987, and "God" has returned to Earth to goof on humanity once more. Equipped with a new message and a bell that makes people happy, he opens up a new age store, ready to have some fun. Fortunately, things don't turn out quite like He'd planned.

Luke Rhinehart, author of the cult classic, "The Dice Man," called "Whom God Would Destroy," “a wonderful novel, with an original comic vision and style that had me laughing aloud.”

Whom God Would Destroy is a thought provoking novel about God, insanity, Big Macs, space aliens and the search for the Ultimate Orgasm...but mostly it's about taking reality with a pillar of salt.

Lands of Dust (The Dying World Book 1)
by John Triptych
$0.00, 241 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #7 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
Millions of years from now, the planet is dying. The oceans have dried into plains of ash. Strange, lethal creatures ravage the land. The surviving pockets of humanity eke out a brutal existence.

But some humans have also evolved—into Magi, men who can move objects with a mere thought, and Strigas, women who can control others' minds. Once, Gorgons could do both, and were the rarest of all. But a devastating war eradicated the Gorgons, and their terrifying presence faded into legend.

Miri, a powerful Striga and the chosen protector of her village by the Great Silt Sea, is sworn to defend her people against attacks by raiders and monsters. But when a mysterious young boy is found near the wastes, her once familiar world shatters, and she and her allies must journey across an unforgiving planet in order to unravel a mystery surrounding the extinction of the Gorgons—one that could change everything they thought they knew.

Explore Dying World, a new dystopian science fiction series in the tradition of Jack Vance’s The Dying Earth, Gene Wolfe’s Book of the New Sun, Frank Herbert’s Dune and Star Wars—as only John Triptych could tell it!

System Update
by Patrick Logan
$0.00, 30 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #9 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Medical

The future of healthcare is portable, and it comes with Software Updates

What if there were no hospitals and no wait times?

What if you had access to a doctor 24 hours a day?

What if you could be diagnosed and cured almost instantly?

Even with all this at your fingertips, would you still want a second opinion?

This is the dilemma faced by Ian Stardon, as the advances in technology do nothing to rid him of the haunting memories of the previous System.

Grab your copy of this short medical thriller predicting the future of healthcare today!

*This is a short story*

Dhata Mays (The Synth Crisis Book 0)
by Greg Dragon
$0.00, 146 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #35 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Cyberpunk

In a war between man and machine, he must find a way to protect them all...

After a devastating war forced humans to rely on synths for survival, the two have learned to coexist peacefully.

Until now...

When detective Dhata Mays is called in to investigate a homicide, what he uncovers threatens the serenity of this futuristic society. The gruesome murder means only one thing: someone is ready to incite another war. Now, it's up to Dhata to ensure that the truth stays hidden--to protect both sides of the battle. But can he be unbiased in a black and white world that forces him to take sides?

Void: Shadow of Tempest
by L.B. Young
$0.00, 83 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #213 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military
*Get the Void Bundle Package at $4.99 to get the best deal!*
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"I will lend you my power, at a cost."

Year 2212. Merrix, a young man living in an isolated junkyard on the outskirts of the city of Tempest, finds himself questioning his life purpose. With hardly any recollection of his past, Merrix's sudden eagerness to seek his meaning causes him to wander into dangerous situations such as gang wars, invasions, and more. Meanwhile, deep within him, a dark ancient entity gradually reveals itself, lending him dark meta-human abilities, but at a cost. Every decision he makes affects the world around him. Witness his character change as he faces dark moral dilemmas in this first installment of the Void series.


"That was incredible! The action was consistent and interesting! The characters were well-developed. Wonderful!" - Lana

Justice is Red: Dawn of Red Eye
by Peter Mckeirnon
$0.00, 70 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #131 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Superhero
Hydra City.
Corrupt to its core.

What was once a prosperous city, vibrant, and full of life is now a dark shadow of its former self.

One man is making a stand. A beacon of light burning bright through Hydra's darkest days. One man gives the people hope. One man gives them something to believe in.

His name, is Red Eye.

The Rift Rider
by Mark J. Oliver
$0.00, 227 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #492 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Science Fiction
One night while surfing, Charlie Scott catches a wave that whisks him away to a distant galaxy.

He embarks on a quest to find Brother Yojim, the one man who can get him home. But on his way, Charlie is swept into an adventure involving the planned destruction of an alien race, a mysterious global power called the Corporation, and a cast of extraordinary characters.

Equal parts science fiction thriller, romance and surf adventure, this is a story you’ll never forget.

Territories Part Two (A New World Order Serial Book 2)
by A.M Martin, Mark Mackey, Infinity Covers
$0.00, 47 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #40 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Teen & Young Adult
"This is it. It's time to run. It's time to live."

It all started with a virus four years ago. It unlocked a world of pure make-believe. It drove us down to our knees, and what we all believed to be pure genuine fiction escaped into the world - a nightmarish fairytale of vivid nightmares made of flesh and blood.
It didn’t take long for our world to go down in flames. Cities decimated. Family and beloved friend’s dead. Our society became dominated with howls, screams, bloodshed, and destruction. Blame rested on our heads for this global carnage. Yeah, we were at fault for it.

A new society was born from the ashes of our own destruction - Lykens. Some humans chose to live within the territories, others within their own communities. Some run.
I’m Nikki. I’m Eighteen years old. And this is my story.