| End Times: The Complete Series (Books 1-6 Box Set)|
by Shane Carrow
$0.00, 1807 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (44 reviews), #1 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
All six books of the END TIMES zombie apocalypse saga in one box set!
New Year's Day: midsummer in Australia. On the west coast, twin brothers Aaron and Matt King have graduated high school and are savouring their last few months of summer holidays before adulthood - while on the other side of the country, something has fallen from the sky, heralding the dawn of a new age.
As a terrifying plague spreads across Australia and the world, Aaron and Matt find themselves beset by anarchy and violence, fleeing the city, scrambling to survive. As the months go by, the twins grow from desperate refugees into hardened survivors – yet all the while they are haunted by cryptic dreams and an inexplicable urge to travel east, towards the source of the cataclysm, to uncover the secret behind the rise of the undead.
Across vast deserts and snowy mountains, from zombie-choked cities to Outback strongholds, END TIMES is 1500+ pages of epic zombie apocalypse adventure.
This box set contains all six books in the complete END TIMES series:
Book 1: Rise of the Undead
Book 2: The Wasteland
Book 3: Blood and Salt
Book 4: Destroyer of Worlds
Book 5: Kingdom of Hell
Book 6: Brother’s Keeper
| Galactic Abs|
by Stephen Beam
$0.00, 44 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #157 in Satire Fiction (Kindle Store)
Kootie works the night shift at Lobster Liquidators Seafood Restaurant, boiling lobster after lobster for the hungry clientele. But Kootie has a dream of stardom. He wants the ultimate six pack of abdominal muscles; his key to happiness.
One night he tosses an odd lobster into the boiling water that turns out to be an alien visitor. It escapes the kettle of death.
From that night on, Kootie's life changes forever... and glorious abs are only the beginning.
| Consuming Darkness|
by Andrew Ballard
$0.00, 217 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #277 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy (Kindle Store)
It was supposed to be a simple family hike through a frozen, zombie-infested wasteland. Then everything went sideways.
Trap, Dess, and Lex, a family of magic-users, set out to discover why, a year after humanity appears to have fallen to the zombie outbreak, they still have utility services and periodic supply drops in their neighborhood. But they unintentionally set off a chain of events that sweeps them down a road filled with monsters, zombie-piloted mech-suits, and, perhaps worst of all, other humans. They just might survive this accidental adventure as long as they can manage to stick together, but that's much more easily said than done.
| Hybrids (Harvest Trilogy Book 2)|
by Michele E. Gwynn
$0.00, 162 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #36 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
"Gripping, twisted, and alien!" ~ Brian P. Lane
"Just remember to breathe while you read!" ~ Teri
In 1962, Sergeant Trent Wilkins looked forward to finishing out his military contract pulling guard duty on the underground bunker built into a field in the small town of Schertz, Texas. Little did he know, he was about to get sucked into a government cover up of the murder of one of their own top research specialists. Fifty-two years later, the secret they tried so hard to bury escaped seeking revenge on those involved.
Colonel Louis Reed sought to profit from what the Air Force found in that field all those years ago, and it was working. But now, following a massive explosion beneath the Samuel Clemens football field, he and his fellow conspirators find themselves in danger. ‘It’ was out and coming to get them.
Danny Edwards and Jay Hernandez thought high school was hard, but after being gassed by an unknown entity, and seeing shocking blue orbs flying over their hometown, they knew tougher times were ahead. Danny’s grandfather has a secret, and that secret puts him and his best friend, Jay, and the girl he loves in danger. Schertz is under attack, and no one is coming to help them, least of all, the military who’ve surrounded the city cutting off all exits and entries as they advance on the deadly, sulfuric creatures invading the sleepy suburb.
Time is running out fast. Can three teenagers and one old man save the city of Schertz from extinction?
| True North (Speculative Fiction by David F. Shultz: Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Short Stories Book 1)|
by David F. Shultz
$0.00, 90 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #28 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Two rangers hunt down a damaged climate control drone through the frozen, post-apocalyptic tundra of Northern Canada. True North was first published in the Aurora-nominated 49th Parallels anthology by Bundoran Press (2017), and is now available as a standalone short story. Amazon Bestseller Top Rankings: #1 in Post Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store) on Amazon.ca; #1 in Two-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads on Amazon.com; #1 in Two-Hour Literature & Fiction Short Reads on Amazon.com; #1 in Sci-Fi (in English) on Amazon.it.
| Legion: The Ghost Within The Machine (The Aeon Anthology)|
by McKinley Baker
$0.00, 276 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #45 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Artificial intelligence has become a part of everyday life, the World is a technological Utopia. A Utopia that would crumble if the truth were known. A deadly virus is festering, one that will tip this World out of its balance and bring about the end of all life. Though death is inching closer each day, all is not lost. Some are aware of this terrible fate, and they now look for a savior, but time is short. They will not wait and pray for a savior from above. No, they will make one and it will be called: Legion.
| The End of Magnificence: 2050: Quinn Parker Trilogy|
by W.R Heustis
$0.00, 451 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #116 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
COMPLETE QUINN PARKER TRILOGY
This post-apocalyptic reality representation asks a crucial question: If humanity waits too long, what could possibly happen? Will the very worst of times come as a consequence? Will the world we have known come to a point where simple survival is not only incredibly challenging but nearly next to impossible? If mankind had acted sooner, would it still have been too late? Are we but the authors of our own troubled future, of a time and circumstance slowly starting to dramatically unfold?
Is the one species granted the gift of self-awareness going to fail at the most critical juncture of its existence? Will human beings lack sufficient enough awareness to realize that it was by their own hand that they proved to be the creator of their own undoing? That is the essential underlying theme in this exploration of what could easily happen if humanity does not immediately wake up and collectively face the potential consequences of global inaction. Climate change is real. It poses a serious threat to the long-term existence of our species—not to mention an entire world of others. If a potent sense of urgency is not instigated in all of us now, we will suffer together as a result. We may well create the unquestionably challenging future we all deserve.
| GOGGLE-TRAVELLING through the MEANING OF LIFE: THE ADVENTURES OF GOGGLEMAN|
by Aurora Kastanias
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #8574 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction (Books)
Goggleman grew up on the River of Time, a place of incredible harmony where everything made sense and nothing was impossible. His parents were the Keepers of the Lighthouse of Wandering Souls, hosting the Universal Doors through which everyone with goggles could travel from one world to the other through space and time, or as some called it, spacetime. The River flowed in the infinitely expanding Cosmos, permeating all dimensions. Throughout his quest for the Meaning of Life, Goggleman will encounter many friends and foes, finding himself fighting epic battles whilst discovering himself, the Human Universe and beyond.
| QIA Episode 1: Sarah/Episode 2: Berlin|
by Jonathan Thornton
$0.00, 76 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #101 in Espionage Thrillers (Kindle Store)
The Quantum Infraction Agency are a secret international organisation whose mission is to stop time-travelling terrorists from corrupting the timeline. They are the thin line between history and chaos.
QIA EPISODE 1: SARAH
“We stay away from the limelight of history. We keep to the shadows and we go unnoticed.”
Sarah Cunnington trained as a linguist and is fluent in over twenty languages. Her dreams of some exciting international job, however, came to nothing and she found herself working as an office girl in a London cosmetics company. But when her boss sets her up with an opportunity to do some translation work for a bit of extra cash, she finds herself instead thrust into a barely-believable world of time travelling secret agents…
QIA EPISODE 2: BERLIN
“We have received intel that there will be an assassination attempt during Adolf Hitler’s first speech as Chancellor.”
If you could change any one moment in history, what would you choose? Many would choose to stop Adolf Hitler. Unfortunately the agents of the QIA do not have such luxuries. When they are alerted that an assassin is set to take Hitler out and prevent WWII entirely, Agent Sarah Cunnington soon discovers that protecting the timeline might mean having to compromise her morals. But nothing can prepare her for what will come next…
This double feature ebook contains the first two episodes of QIA, a serialised sci-fi espionage thriller. Look for new episodes coming each week!
Word Count: 16,000
by Derek A. Murphy
$0.00, 408 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #234 in Action & Adventure Romance Fiction
Patrick Cameron and Rebecca Franklin have each nearly reached retirement age and suffered through a series of bad choices in their lives. Independent of each other, desperate and with nothing to lose, they each arrive at the conclusion that ending their relationship was the point at which their lives took wrong turns. Separated by years, they each embark on one last choice; time travel, that may or may not be a mistake, bringing them back to the beginning of their relationship forty-odd years earlier. While trying to avoid the mistakes they made in their earlier lives, they come to the attention of both the man who invented the time-machine and the FBI. Will they be forced to travel through time to circumvent the occurrences that have plagued the nation? Or, will they be allowed to live their lives the way they think they should to be happy with each other?
| A Sparrow Returns (Project Umschreiben Book 4)|
by Wally T. Young
$0.00, 162 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #160 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
After the fall of the NAZI Third Reich, giving rise to the Confederate Empire under questionable means, distrust spread throughout the Umschreiben team. No longer knowing whom they can trust, and whom they cannot, the team has gone their separate ways. With this division, an enemy from the NAZI past resurfaces, using blackmail to control the Confederate President. The Umschreiben team is given new hope when an ally from the past, thought lost forever, appears with a new plan.
Even though years have passed in the alternate historical timeline since Aaron and Adam Sparrow were transported back to 1937, only a few moments have passed in the year 2020. Klaus Berlitz quickly learns that things did not go exactly as planned. The modern world is now in ruins and all that remains of the world he knows is trapped in a collapsing bubble of time. Once adversaries, Klaus and Professor Klien work quickly on a new plan to transport Klaus back to the past, hopefully averting a nuclear disaster.
| Healing Disease|
by Richard Polk
$0.00, 343 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #9213 in Time Travel Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Nosos, a US navy officer, awakens to find himself in a strange land. Desiring nothing but to return to his wife and daughter, Nosos learns from the White Wizard that he must travel with Tinnese, to the Black Wizards castle and complete the task given them. Along the way, they are joined by an android named Danny and Old Man, who rush him unconscious to the Black Wizards Castle after he foolishly explores a dangerous cave.
There Nosos recovers and attends a banquet where he finds out from the Black Wizard that in order to return home, he must obtain seven keys from seven different worlds and return them to the Hall of Mirrors.
Trouble arises when Nosos, Tinnese, Old Man and Danny enter the first world and retrieve the first key, which is a talking brain. In doing so they attract the attention of Crow, the self-proclaimed ruler of the six worlds and arch enemy of the One Who Saves. Can Nosos prevent himself and his team from self-destructing while avoiding the clutches of Crow’s razor sharp reach?
| Steele Chronicles: Gathering Forces (Colony Crisis Book 1)|
by Andrew Utsogn
$0.00, 339 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #15 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Humanity thought it stood alone in the universe, divided against itself.
Then everything changed.
Carl Wolf is a xeno wrangler—a hunter of aliens—but his current job, on the restricted continent of a dangerous planet, seems set to make him the hunted. Even as he escapes the teeth and tentacles of the native fauna, he becomes entangled in apparent links to ancient extraterrestrial warfare—and his own past.
After doctor Tatyana Orlov’s bewildering final meeting with her father, she finds herself accused of his murder, a fugitive fleeing from the authorities and a terrifying assassin. On the frontier planet of Oceanus, at the edge of Concordance space, she seeks refuge.
As Carl and Tatyana’s paths cross, the simmering tensions between the two galactic powers they come from—the Concordance and the Federation—threaten to boil into open warfare for the first time in centuries. From Oceanus, a colony ship prepares to depart to create a new colony away from the chaos of humanity. Captain Max Steele of the Concordance Navy is there to protect it, perhaps with the help of these two unlikely lost souls.
And in the Beta Bootis system, a war between two civilizations is interrupted by a mysterious sign from the Heavens…
| Martian Plague (Mars Colony Chronicles Book 1)|
by Brandon Ellis
$0.00, 260 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (38 reviews), #1 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
We expected Mars to be an escape, not a trap.
A crimson, blasted, frigid trap. Maybe humans were lucky to leave Earth as cowards...or maybe they should have died trying to save it from the aliens. Because what's now arrived on this red rock may be worse than death.
Aliens destroyed humanity and seized Earth. Now they have sent a terrible, unstoppable disease to the last human outposts on Mars.
The doomsday clock is ticking and only criminal archaeologist Ozzy Mack can decipher the clues buried in the ancient Martian ruins...clues to the cure and the salvation of humankind.
Unless it's already too late.
"A spine-tingling space thriller that combines elements of Indiana Jones and War of the Worlds into a must-read sci-fi adventure."
Warning: This book contains secret ancient Martian information and a lot of kick-butt action. If you're ready, grab a copy today!
by Stephen Drake
$0.00, 381 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #2 in Science Fiction Adventure
When Kevin Murdock, martial artist and outdoorsman extraordinaire, is revived from suspended animation aboard a transport pod, he and his nine fellow occupants have no idea what to expect.
Murdock argues for caution after seeing something strange: animals also inhabit their new environment, all of them larger than their Earthly counterparts. Conflict soon erupts between Murdock and James Whittier - a politician with a lust for power and control.
But soon, they all realize that there's something even more dangerous onboard... something that might cost them all their lives.
| Return To Earth|
by raymond halyard
$0.00, 215 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #72 in Science Fiction Adventure
"Return to Earth" is a science fiction novel about a mission from the Mars Colony to Earth to rescue a small community that has survived a global catastrophe resulting from the impact of a giant asteroid. The colony is based on technology from the book 'Mars Colonization in the Twenty-Second Century' and uses propulsion vehicles left over from its early settlement. The community consists of scientists who found shelter in a large underground laboratory prior to the impact of the asteroid. The rescue team and the community fight off an attack by a gang of renegades that somehow survived the catastrophe.
| Solar Sailer: Lightways Book One|
by Stephan Besik
$0.00, 91 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #77 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Formerly "Moonship" by Stephan Besik. Wallace Chung is a bored PhD student with an idea for a solar powered spaceship, enabling fast and economical transportation to the Moon. Aman Treble is a billionaire with lots of cash looking for an exciting way to spend it. Wallace builds a fast, cheap ship to make regular runs to the Moon, Aman tackles the politics of lunar colonization, and the team lays the groundwork for mankind to build a home on the Moon.
In the bonus story titled “The Old Man”, Bob is two hundred fifty years old, a survivor of the Cyclone Decades and nearly two hundred years of the global warming that decimated humanity. Things have gotten boring lately, though, and his best friend is thinking about ending it all. Aside from the boredom, their extended lifespan has a small liability that makes them both wonder if it’s worth it to stick around. Can Bob save his friend, and perhaps save himself as well? Is there enough of a future for humanity?
| Fallen Angels: (A Collection of Sci Fi, Cyberpunk, Steampunk, Fantasy, and Horror Short Stories)|
by Gareth Clegg
$0.00, 88 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Fallen Angels is a collection of 19 Short Stories and Flash Fiction by Amazon Best Selling Author, Gareth Clegg.
It Covers all areas of Speculative Fiction - Science Fiction, Fantasy, Steampunk, Cyberpunk and Horror/Supernatural.
Each story also contains author notes about the idea and the process that gave it life.
Like falling stars they plummeted to Earth, their Hydrogen fuel cells ablaze as the frames of twisted steel glowed from red to white, eerie showers of sparks and molten metal spraying from the tortured skeletons of the great beasts.
Fallen Angels following their brother Lucifer into the inferno - Dante himself could not have painted a more horrifying spectacle
Angel One was the last to fall, and our hopes and dreams fell alongside it.
I think that was the moment we realised we had truly lost the war…
| A.I. Insurrection: Exodus|
by Michael Poeltl
$0.00, 225 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #76 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
United Earth casts a long shadow of memory across its residents, and those memories are renewed through every enlightened AI Host who carries them. This haunts some, encourages fear in others and confirms devotion in many. United Earth, as an idea, gave life to freedoms previously unknown to humanity, but when the General’s war devastated that trust, and an alien bent on destruction came to annihilate their civilization, the populace began to question their place in this fallen utopia. Now, six months removed from the most recent conflict which overwhelmed the people; recognizing they are not alone in the universe, they seek purpose in their existence more than ever. The lottery would afford them that, offering hope, one of the most essential requirements in an individual’s arsenal for survival. But when that hope turns to dread, what is left to accomplish but survival?
| Return to the Lost Planet|
by Angus MacVicar
$0.00, 158 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #69 in Teen & Young Adult Science Fiction eBooks
THEY HAVE RETURNED … AND THE DANGER WITH THEM.
Seventeen-year-old Jeremy Grant is worried. His uncle, Dr Lachlan McKinnon is marooned on the wandering ‘lost planet’ of Hesikos and there’s been no word from the spaceship that has gone to rescue him. When at last a message arrives, the news is as bad as it could possibly be: the rescue mission has crash-landed on the planet!
The only way to rescue Dr McKinnon and the other astronauts is to launch another atomic spacecraft that can reach Hesikos before food supplies run out. But first they have to find someone who can build one…
The new ship’s crew are no experts in spaceflight, but, against the odds, they manage to reach the planet. In spite of his misadventures, Dr MacKinnon isn’t ready to go home yet. He is convinced that he has seen signs that Hesikos was once inhabited, and he believes there may still be life here. He convinces Jeremy and the other crew members to set off to explore the planet…
In the adventures that follow, the explorers will face death more than once, will discover the answers to the mysterious signs of life on Hesikos, and will find that the future of the whole planet hangs in the balance…
Return to the Lost Planet is the second in MacVicar’s series of six thrilling science fiction adventure tales about Hesikos, filled with trials and tribulations, wonder and calamity.
Praise for Angus MacVicar:
‘Absorbing science fiction’ Kirkus Reviews
Angus MacVicar was an accomplished Scottish author, screenwriter and playwright who published work in a variety of genres. Earlier in his career he was known for his crime thrillers and autobiography, but his early writing was interrupted by his service as a captain in the Royal Scots Fusiliers, which meant that most of his juvenile science fiction was not published until after World War II. It was then that his ‘Lost Planet’ series became extremely popular, with MacVicar himself adapting the stories as TV and radio serials.
by Andrew Beery
$0.00, 179 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #3 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
An imperfect hero for an imperfect time. For generations, the Riker men have been the best of the best. For the Battleborn that comes with a cost.
I had to give the other guy credit. That was a fine right hook. Every bit as good as my mom used to give me. Of course, the best right hooks were the ones I landed on the other guy rather than the ones the other guy landed on me. My dear departed mother had always taught me it was better to give than receive. It’s unlikely that her cherished advice was meant to apply to bar fights, but then, she wasn’t a big fan of bars or fights in general. I spit out the blood in my mouth.
My name is Tad Riker. I serve as a tactical weapons officer for the Wolves, but I was raised by the Stallions. The poor unfortunate reprobate, who was even now feeling the wrath of my fist, was serving as an armorer for the Stallions. That’s why I took this fight so personally . . . not that he was an armorer, but that he was a Stallion.
| Crimson Tempest (Survival Wars Book 1)|
by Anthony James
$0.00, 268 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (62 reviews), #55 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Fifty-three years after it vanished, Earth's only Super-Devastator warship, the ESS Crimson sends out a distress signal...
Humanity is fighting against an implacable foe. The Ghasts – a ruthless alien race - seem hell-bent on wiping out mankind. They have a vast warfleet and their technology is advancing at a terrible rate.
Captain John Nathan Duggan and his crew are given a mission – find the missing ESS Crimson and bring it home. Little does Duggan realise, this is no ordinary mission. As he struggles against enemies both within and without, he desperately tries to unlock the mystery surrounding the Crimson’s disappearance and the unknown weapons it carries. He soon discovers the missing warship might be the only hope for salvation that mankind has left.
When everything is veiled in secrecy nothing is easy, as Duggan is about to find out.
Crimson Tempest is the first instalment in an epic sci-fi action-adventure series.
| In the Service of the Guild: Singularity Wars|
by Paige Daniels
$0.00, pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #69 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Pressed into a mercenary guild since childhood, Hannibal Reese suddenly finds himself questioning his vocation after a chance meeting with independent transporter, Kira Dresden. When the Guild dispatch Hannibal to kill Kira, Hannibal must partner with her to upend the balance of power in the galaxy in order to protect a secret that is bigger than both of them.
| Alien Minds|
by E. Everett Evans
$0.00, 200 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #152 in Space Opera Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
"Were you looking for a roch, nyer?" An oily voice spoke up just by the elbow of George Hanlon. "I have some excellent ones here, sir."
"Yes, nyer, I want several, if I can find ones to suit me," the young man replied. Nor could anyone, glancing at him, know he was not a native of this planet, Szstruyyah, which the Inter-Stellar Corpsmen, in self-defense, called "Estrella." For the cosmetic-specialist who handled the secret servicemen's disguises had done a marvelous job in transforming the blond young Corpsman into an Estrellan native.
Hanlon continued looking into the outside cages containing these tailless roches, the Estrellan equivalent of wild dogs. "I want eight, all as near the same size, coloring and age as possible."
"Eight, did you say?" the merchant looked at him in astonishment. Hanlon, carefully reading the surface of the man's mind, sensed the conflict there between the ethics his religion and philosophy had taught him, his natural love of haggling, and a desire to make as much profit as possible. But he could not sense the slightest suspicion that the man confronting him was not another Estrellan...
| Starfall Muta|
by Alan David
$0.00, 180 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #111 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Horrors from the deep…
The shuttlecraft detached from Probe 2 when Muta orbit was reached, carrying Commander Theron Clark and three crew members down to the mysterious surface of the planet. But trouble struck them before they reached the ground, enveloping them in a seemingly endless, horror-filled nightmare.
From that moment on, they were alone with the inhospitable planet and its terrible inhabitants.
The crew must make a quick decision. Armed with their survival kits, they venture out into the unknown.
But they are not the only humans who have been stranded here…
Will Commander Clark find Vern, his missing brother? As their parents await news at home, the search is on. The odds are stacked against them, but anyone disobeying orders learns the hard way that there is no easy way out…
Survival on the cruel and unfamiliar planet is a challenge that none of the humans are prepared for. A host of vicious mutants awaits this hapless crew, hiding in the dark before they strike.
But Commander Clark will not surrender. He will fight.
They are stranded. There is no hope. Will they ever make it home?
Starfall Muta is a gripping, terrifying sci fi novel from Alan David. It was previously published under the pseudonym Graham Garner.
Alan David is one of many pseudonyms used by the prolific author Donald S Rowland. His works have spanned three decades, ranging from science fiction to romance, westerns to military fiction. His various names have been attributed to hundreds of titles.
| The Hand of the Gods Book One|
by Odette C. Bell
$0.00, 149 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #2038 in Space Exploration Science Fiction eBooks
Isabel Carter is the best the Academy’s got. Aaron Forest is not. Where she shines in every class, he’s tarnished down to the core. When an unlikely series of events thrusts them together, Isabel quickly learns Aaron’s got a secret history up his sleeve. It’s nothing compared to hers.
Isabel is about to find out that the surrogate father she’s always trusted is a fraud, and the man she hates more than anything is the only one who can save her now.
The Hand of the Gods is a sprawling action-adventure sci-fi sure to please fans of Odette C. Bell’s Axira. This four-book series is complete, so start it today.
| The Arcadia Legacy (MOSAR Book 2)|
by C. R. Turner
$0.00, 264 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #40 in Military Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
After years on the run, Joel, Max and Sam have spent a peaceful year living on Arcadia. Now their idyllic life is about to be thrown into disarray as Prime Bradley asks them to join Striker Force Raptor on a MOSAR mission to the jungles of Hikaru – a planet tidally locked to its host star, Daisuke.
The objective – find a missing prisoner transport starship and rescue any survivors. For Joel, it’s a chance to put his parents’ killers in jail for life. For Sam, it’s a chance to find her missing father.
But Hikaru proves to be a perilous environment, so when a mysterious toxin sends the highly trained striker force team into chaos, Joel and Sam are faced with terrifying life and death decisions.
They say it’s always darkest before dawn, but in the jungles of Hikaru, under the perpetual light of Daisuke, a psychotic creature lurking in the shadows is about to prove things can always get worse.
| The Outreachers|
by DC Pierce
$0.00, 280 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #215 in Science Fiction Adventure
On the fringes, roughly 1,000 light years from Earth origin resides The Outreachers; an exiled contingent of the galaxy surrounding civilized space. Logical Cara is a former Independent Corporation of Earth Octants (ICE) service member turned defector after her world collapsed around her. She will protect her people dead or alive. Marc, a gallivanting playboy is caught between duty to his father's company and safeguarding the survival of his loved ones. Red, a sassy non-clone from the outer reaches has one goal--to stay as far away from her uncle's decrepit ship as she can get. World domination would be nice too! Karl, a gritty merchant takes nothing seriously or for granted. He wants funds and will do anything to get them. Bonded together, these reluctant friends must stop the spread of something sinister, broker peace between a hapless planet and the octant controlling corporation they've offended, all while saving themselves and future genomes.
| Seven Planets: The exoskeleton and Parius's object|
by Massimo Longo
$0.00, pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #25799 in Space Operas
Seven Planets: in a parallel solar system, the people from seven different planets engage in a race against time that will decide their fate. The main characters’ destinies are intertwined with hatred, love and ambition, in an attempt to either govern or free the people of the KIC solar system. Imaginary and unique planets, races and cultures will get together in fantastic adventures in order to fight against their charming enemy's thirst for power.
| SPACE:CHANDRAYAAN MISSION: Important Facts|
by Space Kuriosity
$0.00, 5 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Space Opera
This book contain important facts about Chandrayaan mission.
| On the Outward Edge (The Butcher of Porwia Book 1)|
by C.P. Night
$0.00, 64 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #3 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Revenge, death and duty. They’re all Princess Serina has ever known.
She’s about to learn betrayal.
Sixteen years ago, the Emperor of the Core was assassinated in an attack on Serina’s home planet. As the last surviving heir, she trained to be a military leader, one prepared to secure the future of the galactic empire.
Under the guidance of Chancellor Zul, she’s spent years chasing down the rebels who killed her family. Now, rumors of missing ships and people have convinced her they have infiltrated the Core government, but Zul repeatedly dismisses her concerns of a coup. Determined, she secretly searches for proof before it’s too late.
But when she discovers the truth, it isn’t what she thought it was. Now that she knows, events are set in motion that threaten the future of the galactic empire that has lasted more than a thousand years. Even if she survives, her life will never be the same.
| Outcast of Venus (Savage Tribes of Venus Book 1)|
by Rex Mundy
$0.00, 59 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #377 in Science Fiction Adventure
Invaders from the Ice Planet...
Gripping, thrilling, unputdownable pulp science fiction in the grand tradition of Edgar Rice Burroughs' Barsoom and Amtor stories.
Amidst the swamps and jungles of prehistoric Venus, Kursaal the Savage struggles with tribal prejudice and slavers from the planet Terra to be reunited with his lost love...
| Aries' Red Sky: A Vergassy Universe Novel|
by James Young
$0.00, 373 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #10 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
"[S]pace opera that plays out on a grand scale, and Young conduct[s] it with aplomb."--Pop Cults, the website of Geek and Alternative Culture
For over seven hundred years, the Spartan Republic's citizens have known one truth: Terra is coming. Descendants of exiles who dared to defy an emperor, the star nation's 70 billion citizens spent the centuries training, arming...and waiting.
In 3035, Leftenant Ian Campbell, Spartan Defense Forces (SDF), discovers a strange anomaly on his corvette's sensors...and realizes the wait is over. The Spartans must convince the Terrans of the cost of subduing their nation. If they succeed, the Republic survives. If not, the SDF will be forced to paint the stars red with their enemies' blood.
The Confederation of Man was born in the terror of the Harran Empire's death throes. Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Humanity now spreads from its cradle on Earth to hundreds of stars across the Milky Way, and seeks out new worlds to add.
Captain Marcy Cochran was hoping to find a habitable planet; she didn't expect the system to already have hostile humans. Now a captive, Cochran must contend with a crew proving to be as dangerous as their enemies, and prevent what has started out as a misunderstanding from becoming a full-fledged interstellar war. For Terran law is quite clear: All humanity will answer to the Confederation. For the Spartans, that makes the government on Earth no different than the empire it supplanted...and they would rather die on their feet than subjugate themselves once more.
Aries' Red Sky is the newest novel in James Young's Vergassy Chronicles universe. A prequel to An Unproven Concept, it is the first in the Spartan Trilogy. If you like space opera, high body counts, and capital ship battles on a galactic scale, pick up an author who has been recommended by Amazing Stories, Pop Cults, and The Midwest Book Review.
| The Erelim Brothers: Cohort Book 1|
by Trey DeWitt
$0.00, 419 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #3982 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
The Erelim Brothers never really fit in.
Born in an era of violence and war, the Erelim Brothers made it their ethos to raze the darkness and corruption of their time. With their natural abilities, years of training and countless battles fought, they discover it’s not all what it is made out to be when you’re the most powerful beings around. Despised and envied by their peers and upper class they find when you’re at the top of the food chain, everyone else wants the position for themselves. When the wars end they find themselves surrounded by enemies and sycophants alike. Not willing to be part of the cycle all over again, they decide to eliminate themselves from the equation.
But they could have never imagined just how far they would end up.
In a new time, they discover deep roots to the problems of man and encounter unlikely companions who may or may not be what they hoped for. Nothing is ever simple, this new time brings enemies abound. They learn impossible truths to everything they understood. From one decision to another the brothers are reminded, yet again, those who hold to an ethos like theirs will never sit on the sidelines. Although they weren’t looking for more trouble, they will answer when it comes calling.
Brothers will be brothers though. They share in everything and watch out for each other. Family may never let you down, but when your close to one another, the bond of brothers is wrought with harsh truths and good times. Even if it is at each other’s expense.
Unseen powers will be unleashed and swords will cross as the Erelim Brothers find themselves in the middle of conspiracies and enemies. Some of whom aren’t so bad to look at.
Warning: This novel contains graphic scenes, violence and adult language. This is an adult fantasy novel.
| The Fate of Libertatia (Commonwealth of Planets)|
by Tom Noel-Morgan
$0.00, 304 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #112 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Get ready for action, blood and treachery, as relentless marauders roam the Solar System spreading terror and desolation!
For centuries has irreducible Libertatia stood strong in the relative protection of its secret cosmic borders. By the cunning of the pirate lords and by the strength their genetically engineered crews of cutthroats, the pitiless pirate brotherhoods continue to raid the Commonwealth of Planets, harvesting goods and slaves to replenish the bleak artificial world of their own creation.
Yet, in the far reaches of the Solar System, a civil war that erupts among the pirate brotherhoods risks the very existence of the pirate haven. Powered by the thirst for freedom and fueled by the desire for vengeance, a mongrel crew of escaped slaves and rebel bioroids will stop at nothing until they exact their revenge upon their former masters, but will that be enough?
Treason lurks within the crew of the commandeered Corsair Scimitar and a web of lies engulfs the ragtag crew of bioroid buccaneers and transhuman slaves. Captain Fu’Ryah and her first-mate must quickly discover the insidious plot, or face ignominy and death in the blood-stained arenas of Libertatia.
The Fate of Libertatia is an action packed military science fiction novel by innovative author Tom Noel-Morgan
| The Hammer of Thor|
by Charles Diffin
$0.00, 42 pages, 1.7 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Military
Like the Hammer of Thor was the clash of Danny O'Rourke with the mysterious giant of space.
| United (The United Trilogy Book 1)|
by Jaci Wheeler
$0.00, 276 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (43 reviews), #232 in Literature & Fiction (Kindle Store)
When the United States of America crumbles under civilian protests and riots, a new United America rises from the ashes…
After a reformation, United America runs like a well-oiled machine. Solar power trumps fossil fuels, strict laws keep crime at an all-time low, and at sixteen, residents are assigned their role in society—and fulfill it without complaints. But unbeknownst to the citizens, they are also under constant monitoring, and reigning President Vaughn has eyes in every sector of the gleaming country.
When Rosaline Thatcher turns sixteen, it is time to receive her position in society…
When President Vaughn calls Rosaline to the stage, she dutifully follows orders. Though she dare not disobey, it’s unclear why she is being singled out. As she passes her best friend, Wesley, she’s reminded of what’s at stake. With her new role, she could be torn from her friends and family forever.
Rosaline goes from ordinary citizen to leader of the free world…
Shocked and overwhelmed, Rosaline can’t understand why she was chosen for the most vital position of all. But with great power comes great responsibility, and with the help of those closest to her, the fate of their thriving country rests in her hands.
When she discovers a secret location only known as the O.C., the United America Rosaline thought she knew may turn out to be history’s greatest fraud…
In a society where citizens obey without question, what will happen when one girl dares to defy, and what will that mean for United America?
| The Black Resurrection (The Red Wraith Book 2)|
by Nick Wisseman
$0.00, 386 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1 in Asian Myth & Legend eBooks
Isaura’s son has been kidnapped. Worse, his kidnappers are taking him to Huancavelica, a Peruvian mercury mine so dangerous it’s known as the “Mine of Death.” Her only ally is Amadi, a runaway slave haunted by guilt he refuses to explain. Her only choice is to beat the kidnappers to Huancavelica and lay a trap … assuming she can survive the mine herself.
The Black Resurrection is a standalone sequel to The Red Wraith, a historical fantasy set in Early America. The Ascenders, one of two prequels to The Red Wraith, includes Isaura and Amadi’s backstories.
| The Interdimensional Nexus: The SHIVA Syndrome Trilogy (Book 3)|
by Alan Joshua
$0.00, 175 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #178 in Paranormal Suspense
With the genetically enhanced supersoldier’s murderous attack on Beau Walker, the research team’s fear rises to a critical level. A postmortem verifies his physical and DNA alterations. But a life-threatening surprise is buried deep within his brain.
Walker and the team must escape from the SHIVA complex with the biowarfare evidence. If they are to end the project, someone must enter the deadly Caduceus laboratory—safeguarded by nuclear self-destruct devices—to steal samples.
Adina Gerardo unexplainably disappears during their escape attempt. Using their powerful and deadly paranormal gifts, only her children, Emidio and Ana, can lead the team to her and protect them from their military hunters. The youngsters guide the team towards a prophesied encounter with the unknown and the boy’s certain death.
In a terrifying journey with a mysterious shaman, Beau crosses the threshold between physical reality and those lying beyond his senses, finally understanding the minds of Stefan Dürr and Adina Gerardo.
Adina opens a portal to an interdimensional nexus, leaving the team and their pursuers awed and overcome with wondrous sights and an astonishing, otherworldly confrontation.
“A thrilling read” New Consciousness Review
“Having the right amount of adventure and romance, this crisscrossing genre tale isn’t just a good read, but may also look great on a big screen.” Portland Book Review
“…the book mixes uncommon palettes and manages a masterpiece with it. It is a surprising, suspenseful, and utterly superb read from start to end.” Self-Publishing Review
“…highly recommended, indeed; especially for thriller and sci-fi readers who have become deluged with too much predictability and who seek cutting-edge action, believable protagonists, and action that is solidly intense throughout.” Midwest Book Review
“Deft dialogue, crisp plotting, and a likable central figure make this multidisciplinary scientific adventure an exuberant and involving read.” Kirkus Review
| Any Alt|
by William Bowden
$0.00, 128 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #55 in Hard Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Sci-Fi Thriller Noir, delving into the nature of reality
Evyline Marron had been caught at a young age—early enough, it had been hoped, to make a difference, an intervention with good intentions, but which would unwittingly serve as the beginning of an education. How to fit in. How to be, for appearances sake, one of the sheep.
Two decades on and the child psychopath is now an accomplished neuroscientist, pursuing an understanding of her own nature by peering into the deceased heads of others.
And for that she needs specimens, of which there has been something of a dearth of late, a situation that had necessitated a scheme to encourage suitable candidates to gift access to their craniums upon death, a scheme that has Evyline charming her way into the heads of the great and good.
But they just aren’t dying soon enough.
And then, quite out of the blue, the cerebral cortex of a very particular individual comes Evyline’s way.
An individual possessed of some very peculiar notions indeed.
| Stolen Bloodline (Steam and Shadow Book 4)|
by L. G. Rollins
$0.00, 267 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #2 in Steampunk Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
The heritage she never knew was hers. The future he never believed could be.
Jasper Wimple’s art is gaining popularity and life is falling into place for him at last. After meeting the Ambassador from China, a relationship that could propel him forward, Jasper’s street smarts tell him to steer clear of the man. But nothing could have prepared Jasper for a ghostly visit from one of the ambassador’s murdered victims, or taught him what to do when the ghost demands Jasper help protect his surviving wife and daughter.
Ju is done mourning a father she never knew for the entirety of Ghost Month, despite her mother’s insistence that they continue the tradition. Instead, Ju focuses on her upcoming audition—her one chance to enter London’s most prestigious dance school.
But then her mother’s life is threatened, and Ju sets everything else aside. Working together as new friends and unexpected allies, Jasper and Ju struggle to protect Ju’s mother and each other. With their own lives, the lives of those they care most about, and a budding romance all on the line, will they bring one of the most powerful men in England to justice before he silences them for good?
| A Slave is a Slave|
by H. Beam Piper
$0.00, 70 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #2387 in Astrophysics & Space Science (Kindle Store)
There has always been strong sympathy for the poor, meek, downtrodden slave— the kindly little man, oppressed by cruel and overbearing masters. Could it possibly have been misplaced...?
| MINDS OF ALEXANDRIA (Alexandria Series Book 1)|
by August Hatch
$0.00, 281 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2943 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Jack is a young man who is struggling to fit in to the world around him. His older brother, Corban, has a mental disability and seems to have given up on this struggle altogether. He never talks and has withdrawn to the confines of his own mind and imagination. Jack loves his brother and longs for the deep connection they shared as children when Corban looked out for Jack in the absence of their parents.
At first glance, this seems much like the story of so many others who are faced with similar difficulties, but Jack and Corban’s story is different. Jack finds himself drawn into a world called Alexandria. In this land, individual minds are intimately connected into a shared experience, separate from the reality we live in, consisting entirely on the combined imagination of those that created it.
In Jack’s quest to find and connect with his brother, he discovers that he is the link upon which all humanity depends and that Alexandria has a great role that is bigger than anything he ever imagined. How does such a land even exist? What is Jack’s role in such a world? Jack searches to find these and other answers as he fights to defend Alexandria against the great evil that is growing in the land.
| NO MORE SUPERHUMANS: FREEDOM OR DEATH|
by Kai Writing Group, Shadow
$0.00, 225 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #38 in Science Fiction Adventure
Nicolas and his band of dysfunctional superheroes fight crime every day, but the villains are getting stronger.
They are getting weaker and the world is getting more dangerous. When Nicolas invents an A.I. that becomes too powerful will they stand and fight or become the slavers of humanity.
Are they prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice for freedom? Or will they wither away into insignificance?
Join the adventure now!
Warning the adventure is only for those over 18. The adventure contains graphic violence, sex, and other adult situations.
Fans of Marvel's Age of Ultron or Amazon's The Boys will love this book
| Seven Plus One (A Sci-Fi Mystery Thriller)|
by Physical Demon
$0.00, 397 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #6 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
An ex-soldier's new security job turns into her biggest nightmare when she uncovers a black site beneath her workplace. Världen Tech may be a pharmaceutical and tech company on the surface, but inside its Sci-Med Labs... darkness has no limits, and she will join an elite group of seven to protect its secrets.
| Pillar of Night (Cenotaph Road Book 6)|
by Robert E. Vardeman
$0.00, 265 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #212 in Paranormal Suspense
The sixth and final instalment of the Cenotaph Road series, Lan Martek and Claybore are locked in a race to crack the secrets of the Pillar of Night…
Lan and Kiska k’Adesina are hunting for Claybore’s legs.
The sorcerer had been dismembered and his parts strewn along the infinite length of the Cenotaph Road.
Over the years, through the millennia, Claybore had slowly reunited his parts.
Only Lan Martak stood between Claybore and domination of not a single world but myriads of them.
Lan had destroyed the sorcerer’s skin and in his own mouth Lan tasted the metallic tang of the magical tongue once used by Claybore to speak spells and world-wrecking curses.
Now he is forced to an unknown world, a planet of evil enchantment and lost souls, where the final lesson of magic lay silenced in the tomb of a hero.
Will Lan break the spell and stop Claybore? Or will an ancient curse close the road behind him…forever?
Praise for Robert E. Vardeman:
“Fast action, unusual characters, and fun to read!” – Fred Saberhagen
“Without a doubt, Vardeman can write an exciting page-turner!” – MyShelf.com
Robert E. Vardeman has written over fifty science fiction, mystery, western and fantasy novels. As well as his main works he has written under eight pseudonyms, venturing into game tie-in works, Star Trek novels, and short fiction. After gaining a degree in physics, he began writing for fanzines, resulting in a nomination for the 1972 Hugo Award for the Best Fan Writer. His other Venture works include Cenotaph Road, The Glass Warrior and Phantoms on the Wind.
| Half-Truths (The Andy Series Book 3)|
by Dirk Walvoord
$0.00, 88 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #4 in Metaphysical Fiction
Book 3 of the Andy Series is here!
"Half-Truths" The topic has never been more timely.
Andy, the anatomically correct android faces an increasingly complex set of challenges in his role as CEO and president of Robotics International. One of those challenges is that while models of the Andy line are unable to tell a lie, the humans with whom they interact are not so constrained.
˃˃˃ "Do these pants make my butt look too big?"
Only an idiot answers that question. But what if you're an android whose programming makes it impossible for you to lie? It's fun to watch Andy, Seth, Will and Dick walk that linguistic and ethical tightrope
˃˃˃ "Half-Truths" is a must-read in this time of 'Fake News' and the manipulation of social media for political gain.
It's a fast read. Scroll up and grab a copy today.
| Mortis Operandi: New Hire|
by Edward Buchanan
$0.00, 212 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #39 in Science Fiction Adventure
Adventurers enter dungeons every day. Battling evil monsters, defying dangerous terrain, triumphing over devious traps...
... but none of them ever ask why?
That arrow trap, who reloads it? The pitfall trap, who cleans out the bodies and sharpens the spikes? What if the grates get clogged, where will the blood and gore drain? When you are trying to study ancient lore or plan on conquering a kingdom, you don't want to worry about all that. You just want peace.
When a possible recall sets events into motion, the company must pivot in a new paradigm of full circle Dungeon service. The Goblin Eft No-toes has a solution that entwines ex-adventurer Elric into the business of death.
Mortis Operandi is a different kind of company. One that celebrates diversity. One that celebrates value in individuals. With flexible pay and plenty of advancement opportunities, it is a company that knows its workers are it's most valuable asset. As they design, build, and install traps, rooms, obstacles, and repair, they are a one-stop shop.
*Note the above statements are forward-looking statements. In no way do they promote or suggest that Mortis Operandi will project higher sales or revenue. Understand that investing in a company does involve some risks and possibly greater rewards.
| Waters of Eternity|
by John Russell Fearn
$0.00, 116 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #85 in Science Fiction Anthologies (Kindle Store)
Our world has changed…
Waters of Eternity is a gripping collection of three original novels from classic science fiction author, John Russell Fearn.
Never before in ebook, here are three thrillingly prophetic stories from a master of the genre.
In Waters of Eternity, Life on Mars takes a terrifying turn as Rad and his partner Invia realise that the resources of the planet have grown scarce. Forced into action, they turn to the only option they have left – a complex water compound of immense power and great danger…
Next, Fearn turns to a forewarning vision of the future in which the planet has become a World Without Women, set three years after a global pandemic that eradicated the entire female population of the Earth.
That is, all but one…
And finally, in The World In Wilderness, a small group of pilots returning to Earth after observing the distant cosmic collision of two stars find something they never expected.
Every human being on the planet has disappeared.
In this captivating collection of novellas, we find John Russell Fearn at his most imaginative, engaging, and far-sighted. The ideas we gain in Waters of Eternity may yet have the power to come true…
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.
| The Ophidian Complex: A journey of modern metanoia|
by Gregg Audry
$0.00, 102 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #34849 in Literature & Fiction (Kindle Store)
In the dystopian present, a world marred by a lack of individuality of thought, a lone soul awakens.
Coming to understand the most effective weapon of the oppressors is the minds of the oppressed, one lone soul searches for a way to resist the tyranny of the many.
Full of symbology and metaphors that will challenge the reader to consider the nature of reality creation via the power of language and spiritual intention. The Ophidian Complex is story of spiritual growth in the dystopian present.
| Feed The Fire|
by Sean McDevitt
$0.00, 23 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #1411 in 45-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
This short story, FEED THE FIRE, marks author Sean McDevitt's first foray into the realm of science fiction. An investigative reporter desperately tries to locate a scientist who may have made a shattering breakthrough in the world of biological science.
| Escape from Paradise|
by Ms Christina Engela
$0.00, 19 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1547 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Newly promoted, Captain Joe Lofflin ("Demonspawn" - book 2 in the Galaxii Series) and his crew are on shore leave recuperating from their harrowing experiences while marooned in deep space - and their chance encounter with the alien derelict vessel and its sole homicidal resident, the Akx. Meanwhile, the Terran colony of Tremaine plays host to them, and it does so far too efficiently: Joe Lofflin suffers from boredom and wanderlust while awaiting the Mordrake’s eventual reactivation.
Eager to leave the terribly ‘perfect hell’ that is Tremaine, Lofflin passes the time immersed in social pursuits with his boyfriend Dellon – who is also a junior member of his crew - and is introduced to his new Exo at the starship Mordrake’s rededication ceremony. The ship is due to leave on their first assignment soon, the first under Lofflin as Captain... and considering what they'd been through before, the gods only knew what awaited them in the black, mysterious depths of the Omegan Quadrant.
| A Nine In Time|
by Ms Christina Engela
$0.00, 15 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1863 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
“A Nine In Time” provides a glimpse into the life and background of one of the main characters of the Quantum Series – Johnathan Scrooby, a.k.a. Agent Scrooby of the Time Saving Agency – set overlapping “Prodigal Sun”, the fifth book in the series!
Get it now, FREE!
| The Scout Brooks Story: The Freshman Invasion|
by Scott Donnelly
$0.00, 208 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1944 in Science Fiction (Kindle Store)
Scout Brooks and his pals are starting their high school careers off just as they thought they would...not good. They are being picked on and they are finding themselves in various awkward social situations.
Upon joining 'The Astro-Nog's', an after school Astronomy club ran by Professor Ed Nog, Scout finds himself thrust into a world he never thought possible. He soon discovers that Professor Nog belongs to a top secret government unit called The E.I.A. (Earth's Intergalactic Ambassadors), and they have been in an interstellar war with a race of aliens 6,500 light years away for quite some time.
Filled with awkward alien encounters, quirky and nonsensical humor and a deep space rescue mission, 'The Freshman Invasion' is only the first crazy adventure in 'The Scout Brooks Story'.
| Rainier's Republic: A Dystopian novel with chip injections (Identification Book 1)|
by R.P. Reece
$0.00, 353 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #13578 in Literature & Fiction (Kindle Store)
Toussaint Gibson is a twenty eight year old researcher who is responsible for warning everyone in Washington state, that the government planned to inject them with Universal Identity Chips. Making him an enemy to the Republic.
Alexander Copeland is an ambitious man who sees himself following his father's footsteps but first, he must stop Toussaint's resistance, at any cost.
Camilla Arillo was recently orphaned, she fears the Republic and wishes to see her brothers again. Republic soldiers are rounding up the last of the resisters, will she find her brothers before being captured or will she suffer the fate of her parents?
by Ms Christina Engela
$0.00, 52 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #783 in 90-Minute Literature & Fiction Short Reads
“Overkill” provides a glimpse into the life and background of one of the main characters of the Galaxii Series – Mykl d’Angelo - and contains over 15000 words worth of new material!
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.