| Into the Breach: Sovereign Spirit Saga Prequel|
by David Forsyth
$0.00, 65 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #57 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
How would the US Marines react to the Zombie Apocalypse? This is a sneak peak at the mayhem that would unfold when a battalion of Marines are sent towards San Diego to confront the undead hordes on Z-Day. "Into the Breach" is a prequel novella in the Sovereign Spirit Saga (which began with "Voyage of the Dead"). It is also part of the "Interludes In Hell" anthology. This release is intended to draw attention to the series and is great to borrow with KU, or Prime, or grab as a freebie when available.
"The Sovereign Spirit Saga takes the zombie apocalypse in a disturbing new direction. David P. Forsyth brings a fresh, exciting voice to the genre and keeps the thrills coming hard and fast." - Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestselling author of ROT AND RUIN, FALL OF NIGHT and CODE ZERO
“…Without a doubt one of the better Zombie books…" -- Anthony Wessel, reviewer at The Kindle Book Review and founder of DigitalBookToday.com
"What a truly entertaining read. I started reading on Friday morning and couldn't put the book down until I finished. Not just your everyday, run-of-the-mill, ho-hum story of the apocalypse." -- Paul Jones, Bestselling author of "Extinction Point" and "Towards Yesterday"
| Barely Alive (Barely Alive Series Book 1)|
by B.R. Paulson
$0.00, 296 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #39 in Occult Suspense
Belonging never tasted so good.
In a desperate attempt to belong, Paul joins a cult whose main goal is to destroy everything they can get their hands on.
The virus the group is exposed to turns them into the apocalypse and they set out to eat everyone in their path.
Paul has one chance to escape. He’s taking the only girl who might be immune with him.
If Paul can’t get away, the rest of Las Vegas could implode on itself. Will he be able to find the cure? Or is he destined to terrorize the world?
Take a chance on this horrific journey with a teenage boy who has sex and hunger ruling his every decision.
***BR Paulson Books***
WORTH OF SOULS SERIES
Cost of Survival, bk 1
Exchange Rate, bk 2
Worth of Souls, bk 3
BoxSet books 1 - 3
INTO THE END SERIES
Into the End, bk1
Through the Flames, bk 2
Out of the Ashes, bk 3
BoxSet books 1 - 3
BARELY ALIVE SERIES
Barely Alive, bk 1
Falling Apart, bk 2
Mostly Dead, bk 3
BoxSet books 1 - 4
Psycho Inside Me
Watch Me Burn
A Girl Divided
Psycho Collection BoxSet
MEMOIRS OF A CANNIBAL SERIES
Memoirs of a Cannibal
Cooking with the Cannibal
Keeping up with the Cannibals
| Revenants Season I: Episode II|
by Adam J. Williams
$0.00, 124 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #136 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The followup to the top free dystopian/post-apocalyptic book.
When the zombies arrived twenty-five years ago, the world did not end. People adapted and learned to live with them. There are two varieties of zombies. Gerries wander around slowly and aimlessly. Renals are always at an eleven. The only thing that they want is to eat, and they always sprint towards that goal.
However, now a new variety has surfaced: Revenants. These are zombies that retain their memories and personalities from when they were living.
Elliot is a Revenant ---a zombie that kept his humanity--- and a vegetarian that's not interested in eating people. On the same day that he made his first public appearance, a switch was flipped, and the world changed.
Bonnie and Tyler are teenagers in love. They have lost everything and are running for safety when they encounter a stranger.
Ray is now the protector of a boy, Little Mike. As they make their way to Ray's house, neither are sure if they are ready for what's inside.
Patrick awoke with no signs of the Survivors of Rathe. He leaves the safety of his home to search for them only to end up someplace unexpected.
Julie was at work in the tv studio when she realizes that it has been overrun by zombies.
Combining the episodic nature of TV with the in-depth character found in novels, If you like The Walking Dead and LOST, you will love this series that combines suspense, action, and fear of the unknown.
| Zombie Wild West: Blood In The Street (Book Two in the Zombie Wild West Series)|
by Eric Baker
$0.00, 159 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #7 in Christian Fantasy (Kindle Store)
| To Russia, with Zombies|
by Derwin Lester SR
$0.00, 63 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #114 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Private Michael Kolcek used to be a Sergeant. But honestly, he never cared a whole lot about that sort of thing. His time as a linguist in the Army is almost up, so he spends most of his days left in Germany trying to pick up frauleins at the pub. But the Army has other plans for him, as it often does. The cannibal plague had spread to Russia. While there was no love lost between United States Army and the Godless Communists, it was fairly close to it's NATO allies. So the Army put a team of specialists together to go into Russia, and see what the fuss was all about. Turns out they needed a linguist, too. Kolcek was in for the duration. Some days you can't ditch the Military Police. Other days, it's harder to get out of the Army. But every day, during the Russian Conflict of the Zombie War, the enemy was always bigger. Stronger. Hungrier. Well, maybe not hungrier. Kolcek didn't eat before the flight...
| The New United States: Part 3 of The Raffle|
by Randy Smith
$0.00, 61 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #54 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Ramsey's tale after winning The Raffle continues. He is about to enter the New United States for the first time. He has limited time to find his wife, but he must cross the New United States first.
| Melody 8: Book one: The Day of the Song|
by Ernie Howard
$0.00, 57 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #4 in 90-Minute Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
My mother used to sing to me when I was scared at night. She would lay beside me, and I would place my head on her chest. Hearing the song through the vibration of her body. I loved my mother's voice. Right up to the day she was put to death because of it.
My name is Melody. I was born on The Day of The Song. When the world I have never seen, changed. I came into this world just as the song stopped. If the timing had been just a little bit off I wouldn’t be writing this right now. My mother would have ripped me to shreds. The song turns good people into bloodthirsty killers. At least for ten minutes every week. Any other time people in my town are pretty boring. The only other time anyone gets killed is if they are caught singing. Preacher, our leader, takes it upon himself to head the executions. He is a much hated and loved man. I hate him. He killed my mother.
Preacher has pushed me into a new life. I am going to find where the song is broadcasted and stop it. I am going to create a new song, a new frequency. A melody that will unite us. If I don’t, what is left of civilization will be lost.
If you are a lover of post-apocalyptic stories, you need to get ready for a new twist on the genre. We must change the vibration, or the frequency will forever change us.
“Ernie has a gift that few writers have but thousands aspire to. His words...there tangible. You can not only visualize exactly what he's written but you can feel...and smell it.” – Bob Williams, author of Music City Macabre
“Behind the macabre facade, and despite the sadness, there’s a lot of heart to this story, and it further strengthens Ernie Howard’s status as one of the most promising new writers on the indie scene.” – Eamon Ambrose, Author of Zero Hour. This is a review of The Pool, by Ernie Howard
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| Eden Chip (A Dystopian Techno Thriller)|
by Scott Cramer
$0.00, 294 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (29 reviews), #7 in Technothrillers (Kindle Store)
In the future, nanochips in human brains control emotions in order to maintain world peace. When the chip's developer plans a lethal update that will return Earth to 'the garden,' a young woman with a faulty chip is the only one who can stop him. "A twisty and exhilarating dystopian romp" - Kirkus Reviews
| Inner Conflict (Wasteland Legacies Book 1)|
by Chris Webster
$0.00, 344 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #10380 in Dystopian Fiction
After the wars there was a division between technologically marvelous societies and desolate wastelands, separated by a wall and the will to breach it. Life didn't end, it merely evolved.
Every person is just trying to survive their own battle. Each day is another struggle and always ends in victory or defeat, the result of another inner conflict.
Follow the story of a scavenger trying to find a home, a corporate employee with executive aspirations, a community leader concerned with justice above all, a surgeon at war with her allegiances, and a priest trying to spread his religion. All of them just trying to survive the life they know.
Chris Webster's debut novel, Book 1 of the Wasteland Legacies series, is a multiple viewpoint story that takes you on a journey of action, excitement, mystery, and morality. Fans of Stephen King's 'The Stand', Justin Cronin's 'The Passage', and Suzanne Collins' 'The Hunger Games' will find much to love in this post-apocalyptic story of humanity and survival.
| The Long Winter|
by Kimberly Alderman
$0.00, 306 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #209 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Insulated from the chaos of governmental collapse by miles of tundra, the citizens of a remote village in what was once Alaska have carved out a stable, if difficult, life for themselves. But the arrival of an Outsider upsets the delicate balance, setting off a chain of events that draws the village's future into question, as resentments previously simmering beneath the surface bubble forth.
The Long Winter is a tale of tyranny, insanity, infidelity, and despair. In a struggle for survival in one of the harshest places imaginable, one still may find that the greatest threat to a man may be his brother and to a wife, her husband.
| Hot Zone|
by John McGregor
$0.00, 202 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #365 in Science Fiction Adventure
It was dangerous to be on the streets after dark. They all knew that. The ozone-rich atmosphere made it equally precarious in daylight but they were used to the searing heat. Perhaps that was why anyone over the age of fourteen was considered old. By then their skin had acquired the patina of old leather and their eyes were covered with silvery cataracts.
Egg, Psycho and Benny live to survive in an area of NE USA ravaged by the final world war a century earlier. Despite the rigours of their existence they enjoy a relatively favoured lifestyle. They rule the roost. They are the major gang in the area and relatively untroubled, despite the existence of mutants, irradiated areas of land and the occasional illness or injury.
Their lifestyle takes a turn for the worse when they encounter an enigmatic girl who persuades them to take her to the deadly and feared Hot Zone. Things will never be the same again as they tread forth into an area where they are no longer in charge of their destiny.
| Merciless World|
by Bruce Roland
$0.00, 428 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #29 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Herc Ramond and Claire McBeth return in the heart-pounding sequel to the critically acclaimed sci-tech mystery, Blinding Fear. In the thriller, the indomitable couple crisscrossed the country seeking to uncover the truth of the asteroid conspiracy. At every step, they were pursued by a psychopathic assassin with free rein from the highest corridors of government. His orders: eliminate the pair and anyone else who gets in the way. In Merciless World the entire planet must face a horrifying apocalypse and its staggering consequences. Humanity’s only hope may lie with Ramond, McBeth and two other valiant couples as they rocket into orbit to board the International Space Station. At the same time on the surface, billions of people across the globe must scramble for survival solutions of their own. Some may succeed with courage, shrewd planning and dogged determination; others with malevolent cunning and brute force. But all will face a world forever changed.
| Tales of Starships & Apocalypse|
by Andrew McGregor
$0.00, 229 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #29 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
An Anthology of Starships & Apocalypse.
Discover stories of immortality, exploration and survival in an often bizarre and cruel universe. Armies clash, heroes flee, and a fridge somehow gets involved in the action.
From the depths of the sea to the edge of the universe, find out what it means to be an intelligent piece of powered armour, a demon that can only relieve his pain by murdering innocent people or an insane starship trapped between the stars, its human pet its only source of entertainment.
These and more tales await the curious and the unprepared.
More tales will be added to this eBook
For now, the titles in this tome include the following:
The starship is insane. The starship is dying. Julian needs to keep it alive and work the cranks to guide the ship to its final destination.
Lost Embers of Earth
Quork thought humans were dead. Now, the scourge of the galaxy has returned, and its name is Sam. Taken hostage aboard her dreadnought, Quork finds out there’s more to the old human menace than he was led to believe.
Following a trail of life, all the way from the Milky Way to the centre of galactic trade in the Andromeda Galaxy, two human explorers search for the source of life on Earth. The truth is not what they were expecting.
A Fridge Too Far
There’s something strange about the Donaldson family’s old Kelvinator. Their son, Dean, obsesses over it and for some reason the old mechanic who installed it in their home just can’t bear to see it die…
End of the Line
What, exactly, is at the end of the universe? Elaine Amplebottom, the oldest and richest human alive, and her unfortunate slave, are about to find out. With a minimum of training and an overabundance of wealth, Elaine takes her slave… err, assistant, Davious Goodspeed, on the longest journey of his short, miserable life.
A Hard Shell
It’s not easy being some idiotic meat bag’s protective piece of powered armour. Fighting in a war not of their making, these suits of armour decide to take matters into their own.
At David Bogharty's age you don't get out much. Too much responsibility, retirement is a dream. When a man of David's importance is sent across space to save a long lost asteroid colony, he has plenty of time to play.
Your wife is dead. The world is burning. You need to save your children. Armed with a pistol, surrounded by demons, you prepare to die. That is, until, a demon named Dave recognizes your pistol and decides to switch sides.
The Reaper’s Cruise
Earth is destroyed. Reborn as a virtual soul aboard an alien cruise ship, Elias spends his days playing games. His ideal existence is shattered when the captain asks for his help. Under attack from the inhabitants of a nearby planet, Elias and his friends must save the ship and work out why the aliens are attacking it, before it's too late.
Wargames of the Everworld
Plucked from modern day Earth, Jessica and her companions must lead armies of cloned alien soldiers in the arenas of the Everworld, a vast shellworld inhabited by uncountable beings. To come home she must win, but to win means upsetting the ancient champions, with unknown consequences for us all.
| Sinai: a novella (Dominion of Dreams Book 2)|
by David Gallagher
$0.00, 89 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #56 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
A vibrant life by night.
A colorless life by day.
What secrets are kept at Sinai?
Sealed in a biospheric dome that protects them from the deadly surface world live one hundred humans and their twelve Spirit guardians. Most nights, Éin has vivid dreams of adventure and mystery. Most days, the drudgery of a cyclical life drains the color from the other inhabitants. Yet some things are not as the Spirits say.
I am a bird, wheeling through the skies and creating a world of forests and clouds. I am an otter, splashing in the river and playing joyously until I grow old and brittle. I am a fox, desperately protecting my kin from the crowds who would destroy us. But what are these memories of a life I never lived?
I keep my dreams hidden away; I must never speak of them. I try to live as obediently as I can, following every ritual and requirement. I long so deeply to grow closer to my God and to see the face of the Creator. Yet with every prayer, the Spirits give me a non-answer and turn me away from the truth I seek. What are they hiding?
For fans of Lois Lowry's The Giver and the imaginative works of Frank Herbert comes the second installment of David Gallagher's Dominion of Dreams series.
| The Algorithms: Prescience|
by Paul Tracy
$0.00, 436 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #157 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
How many futures are there? Brian is seeking a connection between a philosophy of multiverses and day to day existence. Brandy is the young woman he is drawn to timeline after timeline. Brandy's eidetic memory allows her to remember every detail of her life but when fate or chance or caprice leads her to Brian she recalls pasts for which she has no memory. Brian believes he understands the multiverse and how the many futures work and interact together. When he stumbles on the correct combination he finds he is not the only one to discover these equations. A fight for the futures of mankind leads to an intertwining of amazing adventures and abject tragedies destined to lead to ruin or legend or both. Must their futures together always end in tragedy?
If there is only one path to the future, free will is a myth. If our choices are to have any impact then there must be multiple paths. The Algorithms explores a possible theory of how our choices may affect the way the future is formed.
| The Superfluous Saga|
by Jimmy Gonzalez
$0.00, 80 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #299 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
One random day the entire planet experiences a strange phenomenon, every human being acquires a unique trait. These abilities weren't the gifts someone wishes for....these traits were useless and chaotic. The whole world becomes an apocalyptic frenzy. Random strangers band together to survive the weird new world.
| How Strange!: Twelve Tales of the Odd and Peculiar, Vol. 1 (Strange Series)|
by Billi Bell
$0.00, 71 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #109 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
Twelve tales of sci-fi and paranormal horror await you, including a sci-fi nightmare, and a Satanic carnival.
Featuring part one of the Expedition Series.
| Nanomachine Blues|
by John McGregor
$0.00, 191 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9425 in Alternate History Science Fiction (Books)
Two thousand years in the future liz4d, a lowly manual worker, undergoes innovative brain surgery after a serious industrial injury which unexpectedly gives her the ability to ‘plug into’ the Earth’s insidious planetary surveillance network. She learns about the true misery inflicted upon the populace by the ancient dictatorial ruling oligarchy. The air she breathes and the food she eats are tainted with mind-controlling drugs and everything she has been taught is a lie. While searching for alternative foods, uncorrupted by the establishment, she meets jon1t, a sympathetic higher caste older man who, after similar brain surgery, introduces her to the existence of a rebel group intent on bringing down the established avatar and human members of the world government.
| Once upon a time in Summer: C'era una volta in estate|
by I.A. Schreiber
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #558 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
A sample of nonsensical fiction. A strange world that reflects the insanity of our own, but turns it up to 11.
Once upon a time in Summer, a woman rode in on a pale horse...
by Lee Rimmington
$0.00, 360 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #23164 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
Transhumanism, noun-the idea of using technology, whether it is mechanical or biological, to improve the human condition.
There are many debates about the ethical implications of using technology to change the fundamental nature of humanity and whether we have the right to do this. What many of these people fail to realise is that it has already started.
by Bruce Johnstone
$0.00, 353 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #27553 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
In 2118, in the southern states of what was once the United States, a young woman has embarked on a long journey. Leaving her home in New Orleans behind her, Ruth has joined a company of performers and entertainers as they begin their annual journey through the county fair circuit of Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee. She has few skills that will help her in this life and must pay her way by whatever means she can. She learns that life outside the cities is harder but that it contains much compensation as she starts to appreciate the simple pleasures of a hot shower and a good meal. As they travel Ruth finds more in common with her fellow travellers than she ever expected. She bickers often with the woman whose wagon she shares while also trying to seduce the man she lives with. She receives strange words of advice from a blind tarot-card reader. Finally she discovers that the road contains many dangers that threaten the survival of those travellers, chief among them the marauders from the barren lands who bring death and destruction with them as they search for plunder.
| The Imitation of Earth|
by James Stamers
$0.00, 18 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Once they had been human-now they shared a remarkable destiny on an incredible new planet....
| The Main Experiment|
by Christopher Hodder-Williams
$0.00, 250 pages, 2.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #81 in Technothrillers (Kindle Store)
‘It’s hard, fast, suspenseful — the pace will make you sweat’ THE TRIBUNE
At Hadley Plant nuclear centre, deep in the English countryside, Martin Higgs works behind closed doors on secret experiments, hidden from the public eye.
Together with his colleague, Sally Parks, Martin’s tirelessly experiments with new particles and scientific methods.
But when the nuclear centre’s elusive benefactor Lord Honiton dies, Sally and Martin find themselves drawn even further into the mystery of the Plant.
Why do even they know so little about the particle they are working with?
There is something wrong with these experiments…
This particle can alter the way people think.
The Main Experiment is a gripping sci fi thriller from renowned master of the techno thriller genre, Christopher Hodder-Williams.
Praise for Christopher Hodder-Williams:
‘It is fast-moving, at times almost bafflingly so, and has this author’s customary display of technical expertise.’ DAILY TELEGRAPH
‘Utterly credible and applicable to the whole community.' DAILY EXPRESS
‘Both humanly and scientifically plausible. Read and be scared’ THE SUN
‘Transfixed me throughout. It’s hard, fast, suspenseful …’ TRIBUNE
‘Horribly fascinating — and as disconcerting as LSD’ SUNDAY TIMES
‘Christopher Hodder-Williams writes science fiction in that too rare Wellsian sense of solidly worked-out fiction exploring solidly worked-out science.’ SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
‘One of those writers on whom critics have lavished almost every word of praise possible.’ RADIO TWO
‘… secures for its author a comfortable place among the best catastrophe writers — Verne, Wyndham and Wells.’ TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT
‘Scathing exposure of psycho-surgery … A novel with an acute contemporary theme.’ BOOKS AND BOOKMEN
‘Tortuous enough to send you round the Mobius twist …’ NEW STATESMAN
‘It's a gripping tale, well told, that holds you right to the end, and leaves you with the memory of its disturbing implications.’ BIRMINGHAM POST
Christopher Hodder-Williams was an English writer, mainly of science fiction, but he wrote novels about aviation and espionage as well. Before his career in writing, Hodder-Williams joined the army in 1944, and served in the Middle East and lived in Kenya and New York, later settling in the UK. Many of his books are early examples of what would later be called techno-thrillers. He also worked as a composer and lyricist, and wrote numerous plays for television.
| The World That Couldn't Be|
by Clifford Simak
$0.00, 50 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #5858 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Like every farmer on every planet, Duncan had to hunt down anything that damaged his crops-even though he was aware this was-
| Empire of Lies Sneak Peek|
by Raymond Khoury
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #44 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Download a FREE sneak peek of Empire of Lies by New York Times bestselling author Raymond Khoury—a sweeping thriller in the tradition of The Man in the High Castle, Fatherland and Underground Airlines!
“The best what-if thriller for a long, long time — makes you think, makes you sweat, and makes you choose, between what is and what might have been.” —Lee Child
Istanbul, 1683: Mehmed IV, sultan of the Ottoman Empire, is preparing to lay siege to Vienna, capital of the Holy Roman Empire, when a mysterious visitor arrives in his bedroom—naked, covered in strange tattoos—to deliver a dangerous, world-changing message.
Paris, 2017: Ottoman flags have been flying over the great city for three hundred years, ever since its fall—along with all of Europe—to the empire’s all-conquering army. Notre Dame has been renamed the Fatih Mosque. Public spaces are segregated by gender. And Kamal Arslan Agha, a feted officer in the sultan’s secret police, is starting to question his orders.
Rumors of an impending war with the Christian Republic of America, attacks by violent extremists, and economic collapse have heightened surveillance and arrests across the empire. Tasked with surveying potential threats, Kamal has a heavy caseload—and conscience.
When a mysterious stranger—naked, covered in strange tattoos—appears on the banks of the Seine, Kamal is called in to investigate. But what he discovers is a secret buried in the empire’s past, a secret the Sultan will do anything to silence.
With the mysterious Z Protectorate one step behind, Kamal, together with Nisreen—a fierce human rights lawyer—is caught up in a race across the empire and time itself—a race that could change their world, or destroy it.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
| Only Human|
by Anthony Kee
$0.00, 289 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
“Born of the new world, the Revealer shall come. From out of chaos, this chosen one, whose life is the past, shall make known the truth. The old and new world shall be as one. A new age shall be born. This chosen one – this half blood – shall bring forth new life. But not without sacrifice. The creator gives; the creator takes.”
Archaeologist Edgar Blake and his companions are thrust into a world both wondrous and frightening, where the impossible seems possible.
From their last expedition, to Tibet, they need to unravel the truth of this so-called ‘Utopia’.
With worlds and societies divided, will the team be able to uncover the mind-blowing hidden mysteries of what lies in the past, present and future, before time runs out? Only time will tell…
| The Man Who Sold The Earth|
by John Russell Fearn
$0.00, 150 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #39 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
“The atom war destroyed the world in which beings of your type existed. Continents went under the waves; radioactive force was everywhere. There were survivors on mountain tops and islands, but they too had changed..."
The Man Who Sold the Earth is a collection of short science fiction stories by the masterful John Russell Fearn.
The Man Who Sold the Earth features Jacob Mastervil, a man who controlled the world through money. His iron grip around the world is ruled by a cold, disinterested view of humanity, no love for any fellow human, and no seeming moral compass. Bruce Calthorp is the man's secretary, and is increasingly uneasy at Mastervil's moves. However, standing up to Mastervil leads to peril...
The Ghost Sun, with Sydney J. Bounds, follows the Elders of the Tormah as they visit the Ghost Sun and encounter people from Terra, and is an exploration of man's travels through space from the perspective of another species. A warning and an encounter will change fates...
Earth Asunder tells a tale of an asteroid threatening a future Earth controlled by large regional governments. Safety lies underground, and the technology to live there is spearheaded by two scientists. However, when their popularity threatens the power of a world leader, he makes a move to split the earth asunder...
A Matter of Vibration, with Sydney J. Bounds, is about a transdimensional world and a trapped woman. The cold dimension starts to encroach on ours as Will Gregory tries to pull his childhood friend back, but the vibrations grow stronger...
The Man Who Bought Mars is a tale of intrigue, stepping through time, and the greed of corporations. Can Hal Bailey take back what is his? Will the man who bought Mars defeat those who would steal it from him?
Eclipse Bears Witness is about Evelyn Glendon, a woman desperate to bring her father home - a brilliant man who has discovered secret cities on the Moon. A space exploration to measure and transmit images of the latest solar eclipse is her last chance, but she is denied entry to the ship. Howard Dale, lead scientist of the expedition, is sympathetic, but has to fall in line with corporate and the community. Will she be able to get her father back and prove his brilliance?
After the Atom tells of atomic war and one scientist's last ditch attempt to find a way to prevent this in the future with an apprentice. When an unexpected atomic blast allows them to visit the future, they find the consequences of man's actions.
Praise for John Russell Fearn:
“… A pioneer of science fiction […] he was one of the Greats of the earlier ages, and his name should be there with Hugo Gernsback, John W. Campbell, Stanley G. Weinbaum, Murray Leinster, and all the others whose thoughts and works formulated today’s modern science fiction.” — John Carnell, New Worlds
John Russell Fearn was an extremely prolific and popular British writer, who began in the American pulps, then almost single-handedly drove the post-World War II boom in British publishing with a flood of science fiction, detective stories, westerns, and adventure fiction. He was so popular that one of his pseudonyms became the editor of Vargo Statten’s Science Fiction Magazine in the 1950’s. His work is noted for its vigor and wild imagination. He has always had a substantial cult following and has been popular in translation around the world. His other works with Venture include The Golden Amazon, Waters of Eternity, and War of the Scientists.
| The Family: Post-Terra Firma: Books 1-5 (Post-Terra Firma Collection Book 1)|
by Saxon Keeley
$0.00, 196 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #65 in Colonization Science Fiction eBooks
Walking in the footsteps of giants, Daniel Hayward, is brought back into a conflict that threatens the whole of the Charted Systems, one that he had long since abandoned. When a simple job on the barren mining colony of Jotunhiem quickly becomes complicated, Daniel and the crew of the Mazu are forced to deliver the goods to Neo-Shanxi, once the home of The Family. The origins of the war between the Loyalists and Separatists, that would consume the Charted Systems, begins with a single man Dr Charles Jung, an optimistic scientific genius who made terraforming and colonisation possible. Old prejudices and paranoia cause a rift between the CERE and the Chinese colony of Delta Nine, leading the head of the Neo-Shanxi Assembly, Chairman Zhang, to seek independence from the CERE and to ensure the future of his people is left in the hands of his grandchildren, Alistair, Oscar and Wesley Jung. POST-TERRA FIMRA is a brutally savage and serenely beautiful depiction of a future not so unrecognisable from present day. With humanity in the early stages of colonising distant planets, the series explores the lives and relationships of those affected by the conflicts of political interest and the desolation of war. THE FAMILY: POST-TERRA FIRMA is a collection of books 1-5 in the POST-TERRA FIRMA series.
| The Tide of War|
by Lori A. Witt
$0.00, pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #1 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Lieutenant Commander Kyle West is one of Unified Fleet’s greatest fighter pilots. Every day, he leads his squadron into battle over Earth’s cities in a seemingly endless war against a vicious alien race, defending his home and his loved ones.
Millions of miles away, the Fleet’s Elite Squadron attacks from another angle, engaging the enemy on its home turf. Casualties are high, and the Squadron needs more of the Fleet’s very best. But joining the Elite is a death sentence—a surety Kyle isn’t willing to face. Until a devastating attack wipes out the family he refused to leave.
Commander Andrei Dezhnyov, an Elite Squadron gunner, isn’t sure what to make of the cocky new American pilot. Kyle is equally uncertain about the snarly Russian, but as they warm up to each other, their tentative alliance becomes a deep bond—one that endangers them both when a daring and disobedient rescue reveals secrets that call into question everything they’ve ever believed about their enemy. Secrets that their superiors would kill to protect.
This book was previously published.
| Vision: A Story of Deep Time|
by Jesse Laeuchli
$0.00, 55 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #335 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Sub-Major Clement, a reserve officer of the third expeditionary fleet is becoming increasingly disenchanted with the Imperial mission and the constant state of war required to keep the peace. When a strange set of circumstances allow him to take control of a Warmind, one of the highly sophisticated AIs running the conflict, he discovers the true nature of the war and the terrible weapon the AIs are designing. Clement must find a way out before the weapon or whatever is driving the AIs to develop it destroys them all.
| Masters of Space|
by E.E. Smith
$0.00, 158 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (23 reviews), #5102 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
The Masters had ruled all space with an unconquerable iron fist. But the Masters were gone. And this new, young race who came now to take their place-could they hope to defeat the ancient Enemy of All?
| The Planet of Peril (The Venus Trilogy Book 1)|
by Otis Kline
$0.00, 170 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #8246 in Hard Science Fiction (Books)
Derring-do on a world of primitive monsters! When Robert Grandon swapped bodies with a prince of the planet Venus, he was concerned only with the thrill and interest of living on a different world. But the situation he found himself in was hardly that of a leisurely sightseer. Instead, he found himself smack in the center of a whirlwind of intrigue, danger, and desperation. Planet of Peril is a science-fiction adventure on a world of semi-barbaric nations, ferocious beasts, gigantic reptiles, and maidens in distress!
| Buffalo Dogs (the Amazing Conroy Book 0)|
by Lawrence M. Schoen
$0.00, 42 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
He's the greatest hypnotist in known space.
And it might cost him his life.
The Arconi take two things seriously — absolute truth and their prize commodity: buffalo dogs.
When one of Conroy's hypnotic suggestions is taken literally, they arrest him in the middle of his stage act.
Now he's facing execution or a bill for a $10 million alien creature.
Can he use hypnosis to beat the Arconi's truth-telling telepathy, save his life, and escape back to Earth?
The Amazing Conroy series is an intergalactic adventure by a 6-time Nebula Award-nominated author. Mind control, manipulation, and mayhem abound in a story that will keep you brilliantly entertained.
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by Frederik Pohl
$0.00, 140 pages, 3.3 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
Appallingly, the Earth and the Moon had been kidnapped from the Solar System-but who were the kidnappers and what ransom did they want?
| Immortal's Dust: Part 1 (Shellworld Book 2)|
by Andrew McGregor
$0.00, 145 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #40 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Earth is in ruins, its people annihilated.
Jessica won the wargames of the Shellworld. Her companions, mad with power, have betrayed her. Captured, powerless to stop them, she awakens over a century later to a world torn apart by an arbiter from the Shellworld, exacting revenge on humanity for the devastating war they helped to start.
Her only chance to save what remains of humanity is to challenge her enemies and wrest back control. A captive aboard the arbiter’s giant starship, drifting between the stars on its way back to the Shellworld, Jessica can’t do it by herself.
Desperate to avoid extinction, drawn from the last survivors within the Solar System, a handful of allies embark on a harrowing chase between the stars.
| Vampires of Space|
by Sewell Wright
$0.00, 38 pages, 3.3 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
Commander John Hanson recounts his harrowing adventure with the Electites of space!
Sometimes, I know, I must seem a crotchety old man. "Old John Hanson," they call me, and roll their eyes as though to say, "Of course, you have to forgive him on account of his age."
But the joke isn't always on me. Not infrequently I gain much amusement observing these cocky youngsters who strut in the blue-and-silver uniforms of the Service in which, until more or less recently, I bore the rank of Commander.
There is young Clippen, for instance, a nice, clean youngster; third officer, I believe, on the Caliobre, one of the newest ships of the Special Patrol Service. He drops in to see me as often as he has leave here at Base, to give me the latest news, and to coax a yarn, if he can, of the old days. He is courteous, respectful ... and yet just a shade condescending. The condescension of youth.
"Something new under the sun after all, sir," he commented the other day. That, incidentally, is a saying of Earth, whence the larger part of the Service's officer personnel has always been drawn. Something new under the sun! The saying probably dates back to an age long before man mastered space.
"Yes?" I leaned back more comfortably, happy, as always, to hear my native Earth tongue, and to speak it. The Universal language has its obvious advantages, but the speech of one's fathers wings thought straightest to the mind. "What now?"
"Creatures of space!" announced Clippen importantly, in the fashion of one who brings surprising news. "'Electites,' they call them. Beings who live in space-things, anyway; I don't know that you could call them beings."
| Immortal's Dust: Part 2 (Shellworld Book 3)|
by Andrew McGregor
$0.00, 128 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #74 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
They survived the journey, now the war.
While the battle for the Shellworld continues to grow, Jessica and her companions find themselves on the Shellworld’s surface, fighting for their lives against local wildlife and against one of their own.
Mad with power, Peter enacts the final stage of his plan to become humanity’s ruthless Trustee. Time is running out for Jessica. If her new friends can keep from killing each other, they have a chance to stop Peter and allow what remains of the human race to escape the Shellworld for good.
Of course, with the Arbiters Guild implementing new rules in preparation for the next wargames, and the battle in space growing every day, escape may not be as easy as it seems.
| The Ashes of Arlandia (The Ruins of Arlandia Book 4)|
by William F. F. Wood
$0.00, 267 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #233 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Twenty-Five years have passed since Calvin and Astra saved the galaxy from the Goremog and the No’Rath. On New Arlandia, political forces are a work, intent on dismantling Space Command and consolidating power in order to ensure the population remains firmly under their control, unaware that an army of Dark Terrors is assembling on a distant planet, ready to enact revenge.
The Ashes of Arlandia is book four in the Ruins of Arlandia series.
| Starship Alhambra: Midnight Train Going Anywhere|
by Alan Schroeder
$0.00, 35 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #66 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Laughed so hard I cried. This is DARK comedy and it's amazing. Big brother Roland (and his frequent naked scenes, over the top violence, and hunger for hotdogs) really steals the show. But there's also all kinds of fun stressed out geekery, a guy who's robot girlfriend is a toaster wearing a wig, and an alien resort asteroid where the party never ends (unless someone wakes the Lovecraftian monster sleeping at the asteroid's core...) —NonBinary Star's Review
Mistaken for Princess Xilena of the Ectozoids, Leroy finds himself swapped into her place as bride to the most eligible bachelor in the galaxy—the Partylord of Fiesta Vida. While the wedding preparations commence, Roland and Saul attempt to cross the asteroid in time to pull off a daring rescue. But time is running short. Because when the ceremony wraps up and the asteroid falls into eclipse, the eldritch horror at the heart of Fiesta Vida begins to wake. All hail the Party Worm.
| Tayta: Book Two|
by Kara Ausby
$0.00, 83 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #19439 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Tayta was born on A'sath a beautifully forested planet that orbits a star in the Core galaxy. She has only one hope in her heart, to live a normal life with the man she loves, but her life would be anything but normal. Soon the fate of the entire galaxy weighs on the decisions she will make. Will she be a woman, or a weapon? Conspiracies, Lies, & romance. In space. Book two picks up on Tayta's journey right after book one ends.
| Captain John - A really bad day|
by Thomas Dobson
$0.00, 32 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
John was ready to start a new life with his wife and two kids, captaining a mission to a new colony when unfortunately disaster strikes but is that just the start of a really bad day?
| Judge Satu-Ra (The Books of Satu-Ra Book 2)|
by Ivan Bridgewater
$0.00, 265 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #36347 in Space Operas
My name is Satu-Ra, but I am now known by the name John Bridges. I am a Guardian. I have lived on the Earth for many centuries. The people of Earth are all insane with a form of rabies-like virus. As a result, the Earth is quarantined and humans can't be allowed to leave your solar system.
There is so much more to tell, but for now I believe you know enough that I can continue to tell you my story. The Earth is in grave danger. The truth must be told. Forget the men in black. Fear the men in grey.
| The Companions|
by C.S Luis
$0.00, 69 pages, 1.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #7 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
In a galaxy filled with slaves and governed by uniformed masters, Station Victoria is no different. But even under all the leather, silk and bondage fetish, young cadet, Gabriel Heinrich, is restless and bored. After returning from a short vacation, he finds himself more bored with the way of life in Station Victoria than ever. Distracted even from things that once made him happy and finding himself distant from his longtime lover, Eric Peterson, he longs to escape the bondage of the Station.
Meanwhile, at an auction, a traditional way of life in Station Victoria has begun. This may well be the thing to reawaken young Gabriel’s obsession, or have they awakened desire and feelings of another kind, feelings that have kept him a slave to one man, Admiral Patrick, and will he act upon them?
With time, he finds himself in Delta Station millions of light years away from Victoria under the new command of an officer by the name of Armstrong. Only Commander Armstrong has his own plans for the young Cadet. And Gabriel finds more trouble than he bargained for under his watchful eyes.
And even though Victoria is the place of sexual fetish and training compounds for beginning Slaves, it’s in Delta where young Cadet Heinrich begins to learn there’s a greater master.
by Lori Beery
$0.00, 197 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #4 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
In the far reaches of space, at a time when Earth is but a vague memory, the survivors of a crashed colony ship must find a way to live on a harsh planet they are ill-equipped to handle. Hidden on this world are other intelligences whose goals and ambitions put them at odds with the two-hundred rag-tag humans. Kyrah Oaks, a young woman with extraordinary talents, must help her people figure out a way to work with their new and hostile surroundings if any of them are to survive…
| The Collaborator|
by Kayci Morgan
$0.00, 179 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (14 reviews), #2 in LGBT Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
They conquered Earth in a single day.
After aliens invade the planet, Clark's father goes missing. In hopes of finding out the his father's fate he joins The Occupation as a Protector. While serving the aliens, he meets Lex, a charismatic commander with an endearing smile. Clark is on a mission, but finds himself distracted by Lex's charms. To fall for the alien commander that led the invasion of his planet would be beyond betrayal. But at the same time, getting close to Lex might be the key to finding out what happened to his father.
Lex has spent his entire life believing in the utter superiority of his species. Now he finds himself in a human body experiencing emotions completely foreign to him. Bit by bit, pieces of his pragmatic alien heart fall away into something new, something warm, something human. Will Clark be the one to teach him what it means to love? Or will he be the one to destroy him? Perhaps both. Only time would tell and he couldn't wait to find out what Clark would do to him once given the opportunity.
This is a standalone enemies become lovers M/M Scifi Romance with a HEA.
| A genuine smile|
by I.A. Schreiber
$0.00, 18 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #46 in 30-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
A mission to find life on other planets has unintended consequences when an unidentified object enters the Solar System. The minds of Earth struggle to understand and communicate with the visitor, while trying to also redefine their own place in the Universe.
| Creatures: A Burden of Man on Beast|
by RM Harrington
$0.00, 84 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5437 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
What happens when a psychic reader sees not what happened but rather what did not happen?
A military transport search and rescue squad led by reverse-sensory tech Captain Jeffery Lewis encounters telepathic electric eels on planet 152481 Sabria, a land where rain seldom ceases to fall and jungle and swamp merge as one. Equipped with advanced weapons and nearly indestructible armor, backed up by a bit of old-time weaponry and the skill to see things that did not happen, Lewis and team soon find themselves involved in a most confusing situation. Something in the atmosphere scrambles technology. Weapons, tools and armor plummet into a state of random functionality. Suddenly survival depends on the interactions that take place between the team, a single hysterical research survivor, black market traders and intelligent but deadly eels. Some members of this MARSOC TRAP mission may not return.
| The End of All Things: UFOs and the Age of American Decadence|
by Mad McCabe
$0.00, 368 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #200 in Science Fiction Adventure
The West is infected by end-stage cultural decadence. Can it possibly be saved?
'The End of All Things' is the love child of 'The Da Vinci Code' and 'The X Files'. It is a philosophical sci-fi thriller, with a mix of rich characterization, fast-paced action, reflections on modernity.
The End of All Things follows Dr. Laurence Blake, a Manhattan psychiatrist, who is approached for help by a beautiful but delusional woman, Cara Nolan. She claims to have worked as a ‘psychic spy’ for the CIA and to have been involved in decoding a communication from deep space. Blake, impressed by her intelligence and beauty, impulsively accepts her invitation to meet her father, the leader of a UFO cult. Blake’s visit initiates a complex series of events, causing Blake to wonder whether Cara may not, after all, be insane.
| The Vanguard Chronicles: Ice World Incident|
by Jackson Palmera
$0.00, 583 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5966 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Sometimes, one should be careful what one wishes for...
Life in the Navy looked far more exciting in the recruitment vids than it did in one Lieutenant’s case. It was so tedious, all it did was provide skills. He had wanted to visit other worlds, meet interesting people and experience new things. Yearning to see the outer reaches of the Abinarr Star Kingdom and beyond, young Lieutenant Theodore Lawrence turned to his estranged uncle in search of the adventure the Navy had failed to deliver. The Expeditionary Vessel Vanguard would surely be more exciting.
What he would get would be a mystery, like no other. Intrigue, danger and secrets so great, people were willing to kill to keep hidden. Now he would be in life or death struggle. He and his crewmates fates would rest on Theodore’s skills, ability, and guile, while they rewrite the history of the Star Kingdom.
| Contract of Defiance: Spectras Arise Trilogy, Book 1|
by Tammy Salyer
$0.00, 249 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (68 reviews), #2 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
WHEN ALL OTHER OPTIONS RUN OUT, NEVER LET GO OF YOUR GUN.
Winner of the 2010 Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Colorado Gold Contest for best action/thriller. Finalist in the Kindle Book Review 2012 Best Indie Book Contest for science fiction/fantasy.
In a few hundred years, the Algol system becomes humanity's new home. The question is: is it a better one? When a crew of arms smugglers botches their latest job, Corps-deserter and crewmember, Aly Erikson, is separated from her brother, the only person she can trust, and left behind to fight for her life. In the aftermath, as she tries to piece together what happened, a crew of roughneck settlers pressgang her into a dangerous mission in the heart of Corps territory. Time is running out to get back everything she's lost: her crew, her brother, and her options. But no one is taking her gun.
| Outcasts of Earth (Outcast Marines Book 1)|
by James David Victor
$0.00, 142 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #35 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Criminals. Murderers. Thieves. That’s what makes the Outcast Marines special. And expendable.
A Military Science Fiction adventure from #1 Bestselling author James David Victor
The Outcast Marines are the worst of the worst. If you’re conscripted, you will likely spend the rest of your days going on desperate missions that no one else can, or will, do. That’s an option Solomon, Jezzie, Malady, and the other Outcasts gladly took, though, because the alternative was certain death on a remote prison moon. And it’s a good thing too, because sometimes it takes some truly bad guys to save the day.
Outcasts of Earth is the first book in the Outcast Marines series. If you like science fiction with “heroes” who are anything but, the Outcast Marines will suck you into their battle to save humanity, from itself and the rest of the galaxy.
Download Outcasts of Earth and see how the “bad guys” save humanity in the 23rd century!
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| Operation Haystack|
by Frank Herbert
$0.00, 42 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #13 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
It's hard to ferret out a gang of fanatics; it would, obviously, be even harder to spot a genetic line of dedicated men. But the problem Orne had was one step tougher than that!
| U.S.S. Salvation (Deception Book 1)|
by Alexander Chachanko
$0.00, 298 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #49 in Science Fiction Adventure
In the not-too distant future a street racer finds himself drafted into a interplanetary war with a superior and mysterious alien race. After boarding the aging starship, U.S.S. Salvation, on a 12 month flight to an hostile world, Adrian and the crew uncover the biggest lie ever told to man. The crew of this small warship discover that space is a much bigger, darker, and more dangerous than they could have ever imagined.
| Supernova Era Sneak Peek|
by Cixin Liu
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #109 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Download a FREE sneak peek of Superova Era, a new science fiction masterpiece from Cixin Liu, the New York Times bestselling and Hugo Award-winning author of The Three Body Problem!
In those days, Earth was a planet in space.
Eight light years away, a star has died, creating a supernova event that showers Earth in deadly levels of radiation. Within a year, everyone over the age of thirteen will die.
And so the countdown begins. Parents apprentice their children and try to pass on the knowledge they'll need to keep the world running.
But the last generation may not want to carry the legacy of their parents’ world. And though they imagine a better, brighter world, they may bring about a future so dark humanity won't survive.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
| Turbulence (The Black Fleet Saga Book 1)|
by Aidan Colyer
$0.00, 170 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #45 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Yashina was fresh out of the academy. The Turbulence seemed like a good starting place for her career. An easy patrol mission to get into the swing of things. Unfortunately, it wasn’t going to be that easy.
Ordered to patrol the Streloria belt; the Turbulence didn’t know quite what was going to be in store. A new set of orders meant tracking down a ship. A simple mission.
From that simple mission a web of intrigue unfolds.
Turbulence is the first book in a series that follows the Black Fleet as they discover that patrol duties are anything but simple.
| Delphine Descends|
by Darrel William Moore
$0.00, 520 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #26 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
After her family is killed and her homeworld occupied, young Kathreen Martin is sent to the distant world of Furoris for re-education. She will live the rest of her life as a serf – to be bought and sold as a commodity of the Imperial Network.
When her only chance of escape is ruined, a chance mistaken identity offers her a new life as the orphaned daughter of a First-Citizen Senator and heiress to a vast fortune.
She vows to claw her way into power to sit among the worlds’ elite. Then, with her own hands, she will reap bloody vengeance on them all.
But, to beat them she must play their game. She must become worse than them all.
Innocence is lost
Vengeance makes monsters of us all
| Once Upon a Dirtball|
by Pilar Savage
$0.00, 286 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #142 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Trina Cole McQueen, fighter pilot and beloved daughter of a shipping magnate, couldn’t believe that she had been captured by the Confederation’s greatest enemy. Worse, instead of being a prisoner of war, the Ceberians dump her off on the most primitive planet she’d ever seen, to be sold as a slave.
After being displayed, naked on an auction dais, Trina is purchased by a trader. Due to language and cultural barriers, her new owner doesn’t understand that she isn’t the exotic sex slave he thought he was buying. But, to him she is a possession, and she must obey or face dire consequences.
Once Upon a Dirtball is the story of how Trina copes with massive culture shock, and how she and the other inhabitants come to view either other with mutual respect and affection.
| Mongruxx WolfPac|
by Robert Day
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1501 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The White Desert, planet X037.54501.
The Bleeding Fist.
Something happened in the desert. Communication was lost over three years ago. The human military command structure is in shambles. Something is destroying everything in its path, military and civilian alike. Only a few people still survive. The attack tank unit Bleeding Fist, trapped on a planet far from home, no help is coming for them and no way out.
The Mongruxx, a band of mercenaries.
Lost in time and space, with their stasis unit buried in the wreckage of a Machina transport starship. Destroyed over a billion and a half standard years ago. The wreckage continued on at hyper relativistic speeds until eventually it was drawn down a gravity well and decelerated. Ending up here in this place, the white desert.
Together, they might just make it out of this alive.
Sam, the commander of the Bleeding Fist, a group of three attack tanks.
The tanker crews, a hard-bitten lot that just wants to make it through this hell hole with their naughty bits intact.
“The end is Nye” - known by the crew as the “Nye”
“Little disappointments” - known as the “Little”
“Up the river Styx” - known as the “Styx”
Joined by a civilian group of engineers, freight drivers, laborers, and other layabouts and ne'er do wells just trying to make through another day.
Golgoth, the leader of the Mongruxx. With Atilius at his side, Seneca the Ol’ bastard with his drinking skin and the rest of the Wolf Pac fighters, they will keep their promises until that final day.
Circles within circles.
Schemes and plans by the Synthocts that attempt to control and manipulate them all. The brutish Ogin lost in their animalistic fury and need to control. The cultists, mad in the worship of the old gods. And the gods themselves, watching all of this and none of it across the edges of forever.
So tighten up your body armor, make sure you keep a round in the chamber and have a good supply of cigars on hand, my friend, for it is a long walk following the path of the wolf.
| Revenge Insurance|
by Nathan Knaack
$0.00, 420 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (13 reviews), #18 in Espionage Thrillers (Kindle Store)
In the near future, humanity has spread to every corner of the solar system, with peace and order maintained through the application of revenge insurance. Politicians, executives, and celebrities spend fortunes on policies with the seemingly omniscient Lifelong Services Corporation. In the event of a client’s wrongful death, the company spares no expense in tracking down and executing the individuals responsible. All of this is accomplished using an advanced technology that provides its agents with nearly flawless cover identities as they conduct their investigations and infiltrate the personal lives of their targets, carefully plotting each assassination. August Carlisle has been a successful LSC field agent for years, but all of that changes after his most recent assignments put him on the wrong side of the company’s agenda. Targeted by their deadliest operatives and hunted by the police for crimes he only technically committed, he is forced to live off the grid as he struggles to figure out how to get his life back. When the ground drops out from under his feet, he finds himself entwined in a conspiracy that stretches across the solar system and beyond.
| The Water Bearer: The Great Disturbance (The Aquarian Conflict Book 1)|
by Brian Taylor
$0.00, 393 pages, 4.9 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #6 in Romantic Fantasy (Kindle Store)
In the not too distant future, water and fossilized remains are found on Mars indicating a strong likelihood of oil on the surface. A team of 12 astronauts led by Alexander Cain are sent on the space shuttle Endeavor to explore the red planet. While in space, Endeavor gets lost in a cosmic storm and crash lands on a planet similar to Earth. Some of the crew believe they died in the storm while others believe they are alive and must act if they are to survive. Pain, aggression, regression and confusion riddle the minds of the crew and cause dissension amongst them.
In the epic tradition of the Bible, a story of human nature takes place on a grand scale in this new world. The crew must fight their own inner-demons as they realize that they are not alone on this alien planet. Will humanity find a new paradise or will humanity turn down a path of violence, war, and death in repeat of the sins that have dominated our history? Lost love, new beginnings, tragedy, and hope are caught in the whirlwind of this coming storm. A new beginning, a new creation is coming to a world near you!
by N.M. Black
$0.00, pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #13 in Occult Horror
A deadly virus unleashed.
Creating chaos and destruction across the nation.
But she destroyed my world that day.
Even with years of military training, nothing could have prepared me for the end of the world. But it happened. And now, one year later, it's no better. In fact, it just got a whole lot worse.
Disguised with emerald green eyes and the body of a god, comes death personified crashing through our gates. Followed by a lot of teeth.
She ruined my life. I wanted to end hers.
Never in my wildest nightmares, did I think my training would have been used for this. That I would become this. But it happened. One year later, as the world crumbles around me, I'm getting stronger, faster, hope literally courses through my veins. But others see it as a curse. A weapon to be used in this time of despair. As hope for humanity becomes a possibility, survival is not the only thing I’m fighting for.
| Choosing Eternity (The New Era Saga Book 3)|
by KT Webb
$0.00, 273 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #55 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
Nora never asked to lead an army. She never asked to risk everything to ensure the survival of the world. But, when a bloody battle is inevitable and everyone looks to her for guidance, she realizes her decision is easy.
As they face the return of the strongest evil ever to exist, the Evolved must expose long-held secrets and forge alliances to strengthen their cause. They quickly discover this is an enemy they are not meant to fight and have to overcome the obstacles he puts in their way to keep them from bringing back the only person who can.
The final prophecies are coming to pass, death is all around them, and they face uncertainty at every turn.
| The Bushmaster Tech Battles: Just Keep Saying, "It's Only A Game" (Sci-Fi Mag Prelude Book 110001)|
by RM Harrington
$0.00, 43 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #187 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
The BushMaster Tech Battles
A voice at the back of his head told him that he should give the console to Bill that instant. Or just take it to Old Man Dave. Let the tribe leader take responsibility. But this was the most interesting thing that Eric had encountered in months. In years. And his curiosity spurred him on.
“No.” It was just a game. Besides, that kind of activity would draw attention. Though the game was smart. It had found a section of crumbling wall that provided another way into the compound if you knew where to look.
It was only moments before the sky lit up. It was if a lightning storm had suddenly appeared. Then Eric felt the whump of something loud and close and gigantic. The walls shook. Everything shook. Eric felt the vibrations deep in his own organs. He found himself on the floor. All he could see was Bill’s homemade boot and the edge of a dirty sock. The man pulled himself up to sitting.
“If that was the Hepworths, we’re in deep trouble,” Bill whispered.
It's a Sci-Fi test run and forerunner of a coming monthly mag wherein Rm Harrington will collect and distribute ten new exciting sci-fi, fantasy and graphic stories per month. Expect to see new authors, new graphic professionals, and new opportunities for new imaginations set free upon an unsuspecting world.
| Andrew Colon Space Custodian|
by Kevin Conner
$0.00, 47 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #389 in General Humorous Fiction
Andrew Colon Space Custodian is an average joe, piloting an average talking ship, who works for an average boss named John Luck Pichard, while he taxis an average crew who recycles and collects average garbage through an average universe from average clients (such as Lucifer and King the Purseless).
It's a very average book.
This work is rated NEZUMI-13: This work may be unsuitable for those under the age of 13 due to fantasy violence and content type.
Notice: The Cover Art "Plentiful Planetary System" is used within NASA's copyright guidelines, NASA does not in any way shape or form support or endorse this product. I love the picture. Visit NASA's website and support science and space exploration. GO THERE - NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
| Steeldriver: A Cyberfolk Adventure|
by Don DeBrandt
$0.00, 331 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #22 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
“A rousing piece of cyberpunk adventure . . .” — Denver Post
With the power of a machine to destroy . . . And the will of a man to be free . . . Cyborg Jon Hundred faces the challenge of a lifetime.
He must tunnel through a titanic mountain on the planet of Pellay before a computerized mining machine beats him to it. The inhabitants of the pioneer settlement are betting on Jon Hundred and have wagered their lives in servitude for a chance at freedom.
But can he who is only half human conquer that which is all machine?
Praise for Steeldriver:
“A special work of art and craft . . . [DeBrandt’s] energetic prose is so vivid, graphic and concise that the book seems to become a multimedia event right there in your hand . . . If Larry Niven, Philip K. Dick and Philip José Farmer had ever spent a month drunk together, they might have shaped a book like Steeldriver. And they’ll wish they had. I sure wish I had.” — Spider Robinson
“Vibrant ideas that enrich science fiction’s cyberpunk sub-genre . . .” — Vancouver Sun
Don H. DeBrandt writes science fiction, fantasy, horror, superheroes, cyberpunk, cyberfolk, and cyberanything else. He’s also published horror fiction in Pulphouse and a novella in the SF magazine Horizons. His fiction has earned him Honorable Mentions in both the Year’s Best SF and the Year’s Best Fantasy and Horror. DeBrandt lives in Vancouver BC, and is notorious in certain circles of Northwest Fandom (but not for his writing). His hobbies include leather-tasting, naked laughing gas hot tubbing, and being thrown off roofs by irate hotel security. He does not plan to run for office, ever. There are too many pictures.
| Chilling Effect: A Global Climate Thriller|
by R.J. Pineiro
$0.00, 251 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #38 in History of Arctic & Antarctica
A RUTHLESS ECO-TERRORIST.
A WOMAN DETERMINED TO STOP HIM.
Chilling Effect, R.J. Pineiro's newest thriller, explores a world in the not too distant future where terrorism is taken to a new level, one with world-ending consequences.
"Fiction of the first order!"--Clive Cussler
"Fascinating, stupendous, and terrifying."--Douglas Preston
You never know what you're capable of . . . until the monster inside of you pushes you beyond your moral line in the sand.
These are the opening thoughts of former climatologist William Kiersted as he prepares to attack our delicate ecosystem. He is hell-bent on avenging his father's death and will go to extremes of terrorism never before seen, all to strike a blow to those whose hubris led to his father's demise. He will take full advantage of the greed and narcissism ever-present in the world, as well as the fragility of our planet to ecological terrorism, and use it to plot a scenario so grim, yet so compellingly real it could have been ripped from today's news headlines.
Rachel Daly, star of the CIA's Global Climate Counterterrorism Unit, has tracked Kiersted for months, from the Greenland ice sheet to the streets of Paris and the Siberian plains. She joins forces with SEAL Team Six and Russian Spetsnaz, in an attempt to spoil Kiersted's plan.
Enter Doctors Natasha Shakhiva and Konrad Malone, experts in the study of the Earth's permafrost, which gives clues to the planet's past but also to our future. They are among the very few scientists in the world who understand the global implications of Kiersted's plan to cripple humanity, if not outright destroy it.
Across three continents, the battle rages in this fast-paced, heart-rending thrill ride whose chilling effect will leave you fearful for the future we're leaving our children.
"The opening chapter is mind-bending enough, but it only gets better, with cutting-edge science, vivid characters, and a plot that accelerates to a mind-warping-climax. Highly recommended."
--Douglas Preston, New York Times bestselling author of the Pendergast series of novels
"Pineiro's vision of what it might be evokes visceral fear."
--Mark Berent, New York Times bestselling author of Storm Flight.
"Pineiro scrunches you into the ejection seat and sends you rocketing aloft."
--Deang Ing, New York Times bestselling author of Loose Cannon.
"Pineiro knows how to move a story right along smartly from one crisis to the next with the tension always building . . . gets right under the reader's skin so that in the end the payoff is like Fourth of July fireworks."
--David Hagberg, USA Today bestselling author of Joshua's Hammer.
| The Amazing Davin McDurrin - Fireworks|
by Kevin Conner
$0.00, 18 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #67 in 30-Minute History Short Reads
In Fireworks, Davin engages in a custom made poker game with Samuel Hampton over a disgrace of Samuel's newly wedded bride. Whether or not Davin can keep his 'dignity' intact becomes a hot topic, as the town of Jordan, Tennessee places bets which may benefit their 4th of July celebration in 1867.
| Amazing & Unique Collection of Science Fiction and Fantasy Short Stories: The Greatest Science Fiction Stories of All Time Chosen by the Members of the Science Fiction Writers of America|
by Carnita Crowley
$0.00, 45 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (10 reviews), #327 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
The Greatest Science Fiction Stories of All Time Chosen by the Members of the Science Fiction Writers of America
by J.K.A. Short
$0.00, 284 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #179 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Wayfarer: 2ND EDITION is a collection of tales that centre on themes of dystopian struggle in an unforgiving world, exploration of ancient mythological ruins; the redemption of lost souls, and what happens when one has the power to change time and space. The ebook comes with 6, exclusive, high quality interior title artworks!
Some select synopses:
There always seems to be some talk, here and there, about the end of times, the apocalypse. Different cultures have their own theories which was popularised in recent years with the 2012 change on the Mayan calendar. But what if the true apocalypse was that which obliterated the inside of man, ruining the hopes and dreams of all. The loss of hope, direction and desire: this is the true end of things. Zane Dekker faces this as he seeks to escape his own terrible past. Driving his Streamliner truck over the wasted lands, he keeps moving, keeps drugging himself with 'Immerse' with the hopes that his mind will never have to experience his past pain again. His only redemption? It lies in the city of Akenburkt and in the technology 'The Atman's Oculus' which will look into the very depths of Zane's being and lay his soul to bare.
The Throne of the Hidden God
Failed businessman and down-on-his-luck Dr Geog Shultzer is an African-born, German entrepreneur who seeks to rise beyond his lot in life. Once he was breakout success in his youth when he started his business, but now he flies back and forth over South Africa at the whims of the Department of Land Reform to secure lands in Waterval, Corina and Machadodorp. Throughout his dealings, he begins to learn of some mystery surrounding the reason for the purchase of these land developments which, he has been informed, contain the 200 000 year old remains of an ancient metropolis. Joining his quest for knowledge and riches is Professor Rik Bauman and together they unearth a great mystery connected to the oldest culture known to man: that of Sumerian's of Ancient Mesopotamia.
In 1920s England, Doctor Grenville has made an infamous name for himself by studying extra sensory perceptions. However his research has made him a subject of ridicule among his intellectual peers. At a technology fair, the chance for glory tempts him as he encounters the mysterious Severiano, whose master holds a powerful device that is capable of editing the course of history...
Voltaire Crisper's Life Mechanic:
An odd title to be sure, but it belies a story of the creation of Voltaire Crisper: the companion made by the genius of hermit,Mikael Lavant. On the Southern hills of Wellington, New Zealand, the story begins with Voltaire's creation . The fact that Mikael names him thus shed's light on his deeper purpose for family, as it is also the same name of Mikael's grandfather who had supported him before he died. The origin of his 'Crisper' namesake coming from the methods used to bring him to life, including CRSPR gene editing/therapy. In a modern take inspired by the alienation and technology-ostracized culture of today and Mary Shelly's 1818 Frankenstein. The story continues with Voltaire Crisper's awakening and subsequent abandonment of Mikael...but a greater story of redemption of lost souls lies within.
| The Messiah Conspiracy - A Gripping Medical Thriller (Book One)|
by Ian C.P. Irvine
$0.00, 226 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #7 in Crime Action Fiction (Kindle Store)
Looking for a new thriller writer to fall in love with? Get this gripping conspiracy now!
Could this really happen in the near future? For all thriller fans and readers of Dan Brown, Sam Bourne, Scott Mariani, John Lyman, David Baldacci or James Patterson.
A young student at Oxford University has an idea for his doctor’s thesis (PhD), which fulfils not only the criteria for ‘originality’, but goes far beyond it. For if Jason Dyke is right, his idea will soon change the world and shift the delicate balance of power from one nation to another.
Jason’s idea is simple: In the genetics laboratory at Oxford University, he will clone Jesus Christ.
But when the CIA finds out about his plan, the President of America realizes that if the UK succeeds, the balance of power will shift from the USA to Europe. And he realizes that the only way to stop this happening is for America to create its very own clone of Jesus Christ.
The race is on...
Whoever reads this book will never forget it. And they will ask….one of two questions:-
1: Is it really possible?
2: When will it happen?
What people have been saying about this book:-
Awesome Read: ‘I read many books and this one was one of the best I have read. I loved it and think I will read it more than twice. It was the kind of book that was almost impossible to put down. Very glad I bought it and would recommend it to everyone.’
A Thumping Good 'Must' Read!: ‘ ‘Browsing the Kindle store for something to 'unwind' me, I chanced upon this excellent gem of a book. The characters are totally believable, able to deduce and thwart the plans of the Americans and British governments and to hide the true Messiah. A well thought out and researched book by the author, I was totally absorbed in it from start to finish. Believers & non-believers alike will enjoy this thumping good read!!! Far better than the Da Vinci Code by a country mile, I am certainly recommending this to all my many friends.’ ‘
Well Written: ‘I was looking at a different book, Dan Brown Inferno and this title came up on a reviewers comments suggesting it to be worth a read. I have to agree, it is. Loved the idea of cloning Jesus and for me it was written well, had page turning elements to it but I was disappointed when it ended. In a nice way though! It does leave one hanging...’
Totally preposterous, but enthralling! : ‘I just happened on this book while browsing to find things to download to my Kindle. The premise of the book captured my interest so I duly downloaded it. And, I loved it! The story is utter nonsense, let's be honest - recreating Jesus Christ through cloning?! But, it is written in such an engaging manner that I found myself drawn in unwittingly. Mid-read, I actually broke my ankle and I found myself begging my family to bring my Kindle to the hospital so I could continue reading the book! I would recommend this highly to anyone else, with the proviso that they suspend belief and read it for what it is - a truly interesting and captivating piece of fiction!’
Book One of Two Parts: Please note that Book One continues seamlessly into and is concluded in Book Two. Trying Book One is an excellent way to get to know this exciting new author! Alternatively, readers are recommended to purchase the full omnibus edition containing both Book One and Book Two. Readers may now borrow Book Two free with Amazon Kindle Unlimited.
| Tempest of the Storm (Home to Clare Harbor Book 4)|
by Jacie Middlemann
$0.00, 130 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #44 in Contemporary Literary Fiction
Tempest of the Storm is the fourth book in the Home to Clare Harbor series. It is the continuing story of family, friends, and strangers who are drawn together by forces over which they have no control. They have weathered what many believed to be the storm of the century. Now they face a storm of another kind that could pose an even greater threat.
Senator Gareth Dyersen knows that the threat he and all those who have taken refuge in his mountain home is no longer just an issue of restoring what has been stolen. His long held suspicions that what they face is far more involved and puts all of them at a greater risk have been confirmed.
He has turned to those who he trusts as he does few others for their knowledge and assistance. But he knows that it is their own skills and ingenuity that are their greatest defense. They can count on others but must depend on themselves first.
Tempest of the Storm is the fourth book in the Home to Clare Harbor series. Also available is Before the Storm, Storm Clouds, and Storm Winds.
| Tito's Lost Children. A Tale of the Yugoslav Wars. War One: Slovenia|
by Andrew Anzur Clement
$0.00, 294 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2681 in Alternate History Science Fiction (Books)
Yugoslav People’s Army brats Jovana and Hristijan grew up in a secluded border-watch compound, dreaming of grander horizons. They get their wish in the worst way possible when Predrag, a rogue Army captain, kidnaps Jovana for no apparent reason. Hristijan manages to rescue her, but their ordeals are far from over.
| Blind Terror|
by Robert Hunt
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #477 in Action & Adventure Fiction (Kindle Store)
Blind Terror is a science fiction novel about a biological terrorist attack on the U.S. by a rogue nation. Try to imagine what would happen in the US if it were attacked using a genetically engineered virus that rendered its victims totally blind. Imagine what the effects would be on the US economy, especially if this virus were highly contagious and there was no known cure.
Blind Terror explores such a possibility and how the country and the population would deal with such terror.
| Trial Run: Love, or An Illusion Thereof (rm shorts Book 2)|
by RM Harrington
$0.00, 22 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2452 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
How do we define love? Is it matter of the heart or a matter of personal perspective? In this science fiction short, renowned author RM Harrington examines the reality of love via the power of advanced sci-fi technology. As you have come to expect: Not everything in a Harrington tale is obvious. Expect a twist; maybe even more than one twist.
In the end, Trial Run treats all readers with the same honest opportunity to catch the final conclusion in advance. Is it love or is it an illusion thereof?
| Into the Strange|
by Robert Norton
$0.00, 158 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #2678 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Marie is an eleven-year-old girl that just moved to China, and she hates it. She's being bullied at school, and she doesn't have any friends, and every day there are giant creatures that crawl out of the ocean and bring surreal changes in reality.
Actually, she likes the creatures. But when they turn the city into a swirling mess, and all of the buildings and even entire neighborhoods change places, Marie realizes that she's lost, and may never find her home again.
| The Android|
by Charles Futch-Moffin
$0.00, 41 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #732 in One-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads
Jonathan loves his android, Andy, and treats him as his best friend. So when an android virus, which is brought on by mistreatment and which causes androids to behave erratically, is discovered, Jonathan is confident that his own android, Andy, would never be infected...
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'The Android' is a very short story consisting of five short chapters. For a typical reader, it will probably take no more than half an hour to read.
| Mars Hostages|
by M.G. Cooper
$0.00, 621 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #2604 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Humans will set foot on Mars sooner or later, because of this I decided to put all my ideas together and write a story about the First Human Mission to explore Mars. From the creation of a World Space Exploration Organization to the elaboration of whole plan to reach the objective, and the execution of the mission that I called Terra-1; for this I considered Human aspects and technical issues. Keeping the goal to land on Mars by early 2032.
I realized that if I wrote it that way, maybe many readers would consider it too technical, so I decided to include some mystery; then it became a Science/Science-fiction/thriller book. To make sense an important topic in the book is the protection of the Earth, the fight against Global Warming and climate change, you will discover why.
This combination of themes forms the body of my novel “Mars Hostages”.
Here is the description:
While Marsnauts were exploring the Red Planet, someone was fighting to Save the Earth.
In 2032, the first Human expedition of Mars was taking place, a great moment for humanity; the crew consisted of international members, a team of Marsnauts as they were called, two of them remained on Mars Orbit and four landed on the surface of the planet.
The mission went very smoothly, just few technical glitches, their goal was to stay on the surface of Mars for near one Earth year, and set up the first Mars Base formed by a Lab, Greenhouse and a rover, this Mars Base was named Terra Camp and was the foundation to assemble a bigger base by future missions.
The time came to lift off from Mars and rendezvous with the orbiting crew and from there begin the journey back to Earth.
Something went wrong, the lift off engines of the Mars Lander did not start, Mission control was looking at all the possible situations; simulations were carried out but nothing seemed to be wrong, until a phone call was received to let them know that the real problem was beyond their reach.
The Crew had limited supplies, the longer time they had to remain on the surface the longer time they would require to reach Earth.
Someone, somewhere on Earth has taken control of the Mission, but, who and Why?
Scientists, engineers and Interpol have a few days to discover who was behind this situation and why, and to find an alternate way to lift off from Mars, all efforts were focused on the safety of the crew. The World came together wishing the crew a safe return.
This is not a Novel about the new Space Race; on the contrary, it is about international cooperation and synergy to achieve one goal: the design and development of the first Human Mission to Mars, opening the way to have permanent human presence there. This is the story of a dream that came true, the human spirit of exploration that reaches an objective with Imagination, collaboration and the will to do it. This is also a story about the Earth, about caring for our only home in the universe.
This is a story of hope, survival and environmental awareness.
| Brave New Multiverse (A Collection)|
by Jeff Bowles
$0.00, 218 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #180 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Brave New Multiverse, a dizzying and wild concoction of short stories, screenplay, and scintillating, strange illustrations! Featuring five all-new outrageous tales from science fiction and horror writer Jeff Bowles, this collection answers the following questions: do no-facers hold hands? Are superheroes prisoners of their own comic books? And what happens when you feed the Id late night snacks? Fearless, unhinged, and always funny, these stories belong in the hands of anyone who's dared to ask, "Is it possible to laugh so hard you'll crack dimensional barriers?"
Yes, friends. Such a thing is very possible. Make no mistake, sh*t is about to get weird...
I started making these lists for my own use in 2013 when an Amazon policy change gutted all of the web sites that listed free Kindle books. Before the policy change, those sites would get some amount of compensation for directing people to the Amazon web site. After the policy change, they lost all compensation for the month if most of their referrals that month were for free books. So most of those web sites stopped listing the free books.
I use the description "newly free" for these book lists. That means I won't list a book again if I've listed it recently. There are so many books that are permanently free, or frequently free, that it makes it difficult to find "newly free" books manually looking through the Amazon search results. There are just too many repeats every day. But I have included the links to those Amazon searches on the category headers, so you can always click the link to see the full list if you'd like. My process just extracts the "newly free" books from those search results, by keeping a record of books I've listed in the past.
The lists are designed for easy navigation through the books. Clicking on the blurb of any given book will bring the next book in the list up to the top of the screen. This makes it easy to quickly go through them one-by-one. Each category header has an index of the various categories available, and also shows the number of books available in each category. Clicking on the category header itself will bring up the full Amazon search listing of free books for that category.
If you're in Canada, Germany, or the UK, clicking on the "CA" or "DE" or "UK" link in the top right hand corner of the document will change all of the book links from USA to Canada or Germany or the UK. But they may not be free there as they are in the USA. Usually, but not always.
If an author classifies their book as belonging to multiple genres (e.g. fantasy, horror), it will only be listed in the first genre that I process. I process the sub-categories of a major category first, so that the book will be listed in the more specific category.
The rating and # of reviews will be highlighted green to flag ratings above 4.5 stars with more than 50 reviews.
Horizontal bars above the blurbs may be red. You can ignore that. They're just reminders to me that I have already purchased that book.
Three ways to search for free (or Prime) books on Amazon:
Currently, there are about 90,000 free Kindle books, a thousand "Prime Reading" books, and over 1.6 million "Prime Eligible" books. With only a few exceptions, "Kindle Unlimited" means "Prime Eligible". "Prime Reading" offers unlimited loans per month, while "Prime Eligible" is just one loan per month.
From the initial search results, you can drill down into categories and use any of the left navigation bar filters.
Those same searches with a keyword:
Click on the "search" part of the "results for" line and you can change the search term to whatever you desire. Then you can continue as before and use the normal drill-down and/or filter choices.
There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:Kindle Freebies
The eReaderIQ web site is a price tracking service for Kindle books. It allows you to set up watch lists for books and authors, and then they will send you an email alert when a book reaches a certain price, or an author has a book with a price reduction.
The BookBub web site will send you email alerts with handpicked recommendations on books, for your selected genres. Some are free, others just have price reductions.
Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:https://archive.org/details/galaxymagazine?sort=-date
They can be downloaded as mobi files for the Kindle as well as being read online. Used to be one of my favorite SF magazines. I almost always had one with me when I was in high school.
If you're more interested in mainstream books, check to see what options you have from your local library. Many use the Overdrive or Libby sites to loan out Kindle books. If that's not available to you, or your local library has a limited collection, the "Free Library of Philadelphia" has an extensive Overdrive collection, and an out-of-state library card is only $50 per year. Less than half the price of KU.
Project Gutenberg, founded in 1971, is an Internet archive of free public domain books, created via a volunteer effort that digitizes and archives such books. You can download the Kindle format of a book and then transfer the book to your Kindle directly using a USB cable or by emailing it to your Kindle via its Send-to-Kindle email address using your email client or something like the Amazon Send-To-Kindle tool or an eBook management tool like Calibre.
Notifications of new listings will be made in various GoodReads discussion groups (e.g. Amazon Kindle), as well as on the Reddit FreeEBOOKS group. There is also an RSS Feed.