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Messenger (America Falls Book 0)
by Scott Medbury
$0.00, 39 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (22 reviews), #2 in One-Hour Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads

His name was Death and Hell was following close behind...

Book zero of the America Falls series is an action-packed novella that tells the story of a mysterious traveler with a hook hand who travels the post-apocalyptic eastern states of America spreading a message of hope about 'The Cities' and the budding rebirth of the United States.

It isn't always smooth travelling at the end of the world though, and when he stumbles across a gang of cannibals out for the blood of the innocent, he must decide whether to interrupt his mission and risk death at the hands of psychopaths to help someone in need.

What Amazon readers are saying about America Falls:

★★★★★ "The characters are rich and believable, I was cheering, raging and crying as I read."

★★★★★ "The story kind of sneaks up on you and before you know it, the afternoon is gone."

★★★★★ "Compelling action! I could not stop reading this series... give me more, more, more!

★★★★★ " I LOVED IT! I couldn't skip words or chapters or paragraphs, I was afraid I would miss something!!!

First Wave, A Zombie-Apocalypse Series Boxed Set: First Wave, The Longest Day, No Place to Hide by JT Sawyer
by JT Sawyer
$0.00, 399 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (164 reviews), #24 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
The bestselling First Wave Series is now available as a boxed set with all three action-packed volumes. Approximately 430 pages total.

First Wave, Volume 1 “Sawyer has filled his books with fast-paced action scenes and educational survivalist skills.” Bookkaholic Book Magazine

The Longest Day, Volume 2 (4.4 out of 5 stars on 111 reviews) “I thought JT’s books were fabulous reads.”

No Place To Hide, Volume 3 (4.4 out of 5 stars on 100 reviews)

First Wave
Special Forces veteran Travis Combs just wanted to forget his weary years of leading combat missions while taking an extended rafting trip through the Grand Canyon. As he and his group complete a 22-day trip on the Colorado River, they find the world has unraveled from a deadly pandemic. Now, he has to show his small band how to live off the land and cross the rugged Arizona desert, while evading blood-drinking zombies, gangs of cartel bikers, and a rogue government agency.

The Longest Day
After training and leading his small band of survivors through the desert, Travis Combs just wants to get back home to his son in Denver. However, an emerging force in the mountains of Flagstaff poses a threat to his plans, and they will stop at nothing to obtain what he has.

No Place To Hide
As Travis and his band of fighters head for the secret lab in Durango, they face the convergence of powerful forces bent on securing the vaccine. With a traitor in their midst, and with the emerging threat of faster moving zombies, he must lead his weary group through the mountains and take the battle to his enemy.

About the Author: JT Sawyer is the pen name for the author who makes his living teaching survival courses for the military special operations community, Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FAA, and other federal agencies throughout the US. He has over 25 years of experience testing long-term survival skills in the desert, mountains, and forest. JT also served as a technical consultant for the film Into the Wild.

All is Lost (Me VS Zombies Book 6)
by Sharon Lee Johnson
$0.00, 26 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #48 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Zombies are at the bottom of the boulders, waiting for us.

At the moment I am sitting on a boulder with Johnny and a ten year old, Sunshine. I am always running from the Zombies or killing them. It is getting annoying. I miss my old life. I never thought I would say that. I miss my small one room apartment and my dead end job, working at a bar. I know that my life will never be like it was.

My only hope is to get to the bunker. Benny, by boyfriend, told me about the bunker, before he turned. Before I killed him.

I finally get off this boulder. I find a place that I think is safe. It only trapped us. I have not yet figured out how these Zombies find us. I haven't figured out why I have to behead some of them, and not others. Some walk fast. Some walk slow.

The only thing I know for sure is that no place is safe We found a place to stay for a few days, thinking we were safe. We let down our guard. We now regret that.

This is Episode 6 of Me VS Zombies

In this Episode find out how we attempt to make a home among Zombies, realizing that we can never go back home.

Are we ever going to be safe from Zombies?

Where do we go from here, when all is lost?

Warning Sexual Content

See how we handle making a home with Zombies, when all is lost.

Aliens, Surfers & Zombies: Book Two of the Surfers & Zombies Series
by Barwell Hollings
$0.00, 92 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Zombies
Four billions light-years from earth an advanced alien civilization seeks to maintain order in the universe.

On earth Finney, Kai, Judith and the rest of the Surf Squad are settling back into normal life in Santa Cruz.

Arnazi is now free to become fully human and cast off his spider identity.

They are all about to encounter an army of ravenous flesh eating zombies. Worse yet, Baron Sammi has returned and is plotting to extract his revenge on Finney and Kai.

Will the Beach Squad protect the city and themselves from these threats? Will Finney learn the origin of the mysterious and powerful orb? Will they find themselves in the middle of an intergalactic power struggle?

Barwell Hollings brings you novelette number two in the exciting Surfers & Zombies series.

by Michael Bedford
$0.00, 257 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #20,716 in Science Fiction Adventure
During a routine search and rescue mission, the crew of the coastguard vessel USS Marina are forced to seek shelter on a seemingly abandoned cargo vessel when they are caught out by the deadliest storm in US history.
What is believed to be salvation, quickly turns into damnation as the team find out that the vessel isn’t as abandoned as they once thought. Something sinister and far more dangerous than the storm outside is on board and stalking them at every turn.
Forced to fight for their lives, the crew of the Marina must try not only to survive the storm, but find a way off of this death vessel and face horrors the like of which they have never faced before.

Newly Free Post-Apocalyptic Kindle Books for 2021-01-16

Sunflower Fields
by Alexander Semenyuk
$0.00, 94 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (17 reviews), #24 in Two-Hour Teen & Young Adult Short Reads
Sunflower Fields takes us to a post-apocalyptic world where the power is held by only a few. Average citizens are inoculated into submission, except for those who could see through the plan their leaders had for them. It's a fight to the death for them - and one very elusive madman decides to make them all pay for his pain.

Quantum Dream: All Are Part of The WHOLE
by Gadi Migdal
$0.00, 361 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (66 reviews), #29 in Metaphysical Fiction

Humanity is going out with a whimper not a bang…

It is the thirty-ninth century. Humankind has been forced to escape planet Earth and settle in other new worlds across all corners of the galaxy.

Smart monkeys, enhanced dogs, and artificial brains allow for a comfortable and carefree existence, but this life of leisure and pleasure comes at a heavy price. The human race becomes atrophied and sinks into a life of delusions and idleness.

In one world, life is conducted without all the modern comforts. In this agricultural society humans grow crops in large nests, populated by genetically engineered insect. Each nest is ruled by a queen who is served by a human representative responsible for the administration of her realm.

Nola is a young woman, native of the planet, whose entire life has been devoted to this purpose.

Now, the queen of her nest is about to die, and her destiny must also herald Nola’s demise. However, other parties of whom existence she was not aware, make her an offer that is hard to refuse.

Her life may be spared, but at what cost?

The Pellucid Witch
by G. Owen Wears
$0.00, 124 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #34 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
In the vast crystalline deserts of Earth’s last continent life is violent and short. Those who survive do so by preying on one another in a brutal cycle that yields only diminishing returns. Kryl, a wanderer and mercenary, is no exception. The only thing that separates him from a thousand others--the insatiable eukaryotic armor that has bound its life to his.When a viscous band of marauders steal a child from the caravan Kryl has been hired to protect he sets out to win the girl back. Little does he know, the life of the child was purchased by the Pellucid Witch, the most feared of the bandit lords to haunt the desert’s caravan routes. After a blood-soaked introduction, Kryl finds himself the willing yet unwitting guest of this enigmatic woman. Taken to her bed and elevated to high standing in her house, Kryl soon discovers there is more to the Witch than meets the eye. Beneath her red stone keep he will come face to face with ancient secrets and an undying evil.

Mars Glow: Aera Cura
by Priya Florence Shah
$0.00, 88 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2 in LGBT Science Fiction & Fantasy


Humans have colonized MARS for over 400 years and live in underground settlements.

In 2447, a Great Plague swept the Earth and the mutant virus, created by illegal genetic experiments, killed 90 percent of humanity. Now just 1.5 billion humans inhabit the planet and many have robotic mates called Organics.

But Rebellion Is Brewing On MARS….

Astar Blackburn, the charismatic descendant of Martian explorer, Arden Blackburn, wants independence for Mars.

He collaborates with Dr Harvey Lathrop, the most brilliant scientist on Mars, to militarize the planet. They send Mara Murphy and her team of spies to establish sleeper cells on Earth.

But will the corrupt Earth Council find out about their plan? Will the prophecy of the Oracle come true? And what secrets does Mars yet have to reveal to them?

If you love science-fiction thrillers about Mars and Martians, you’ll enjoy this short sci-fi thriller.

Lockdown 2: Escape Rooms
by Angel Carter
$0.00, 177 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #42 in Erotic Science Fiction
A pandemic. A lockdown. A chance for glory.

Jordyn is fed up with her life as a care home worker.

When she learns there are ways to earn extra if you are willing to go that little bit further, the blonde teen takes the chance.

But when film role she desires is plucked from her grasp, all is not lost, because in the world of lockdown there are still those who like to party.

After getting an invite to take part in an exclusive Escape Room experience, Jordyn competes against Maddy in a world created by the elder elites for their sexual pleasure.

Only the best looking ladies and gentlemen may apply.

And they better not be shy.

Find out if Jordyn survives and beats her rival Maddy to win a major film role.

The desire for infinity: Science fiction and futuristic visions. (English Book 30)
by Arduino Rossi
$0.00, 52 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #108 in 90-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Science fiction tales by Arduino Rossi
On the cover painted in acrylic on canvas by Arduino Rossi 
The world of the future and its dramas, its tragedies is presented in an unhappy way, almost apocalyptic, indeed, just like the end of the world.
Science promises space travel even between galaxies, with current scientific theories.
The dreams that arise are wonderful, but also tremendous, horrendous, where its scientific certainties clash with the immensity à and complexity à Cosmos.
The future dramas ò will always be human, even petty, with all our contradictions, our earthly fears.
These are stories that take us to the end of the Universe, beyond time and space, into new dimensions.
Science, physics has opened up the impossible for us and for now we travel only with the imagination, but in the future these journeys will really be possible. 
The journey with no return
Escape from the Earth
The last human
The revolt of intelligent machines
The war of the future
The impossible journey
The sixth dimension
The drama of the earth
The lost colony
The desire for infinity
Hell of space and time
The hotel
The black rocks
A piece of the moon
The city is a lost
The steel asteroid
The Outpost

Come Hell or High Water
by Evelyn Chartres
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #8 in LGBT Science Fiction

With the sky out of reach, where will she run when the world turns to ash?

Tessa is blessed with beauty, youth, and a dutiful partner who will do anything for her. Yes, she truly has it all. So why does guilt gnaw at her when she sets eyes on her lover?

She is a prisoner of a world enveloped by a phenomenon known only as the fog, a blight that brought about a runaway greenhouse effect, shrank the polar ice caps, and choked off the flow of life-sustaining sunlight. The fading embers of her world are about to be extinguished. People are desperate, and everyone is on borrowed time.

As a witness to Tessa’s final moments on this apocalyptic earth, ask yourself this: With the sky out of reach, where will she run when the world turns to ash?

by Joe Fleck
$0.00, 324 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #299 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
In an alternate future, fourteen-year-old Victoria has lived in a bunker for all her life, convinced that beyond the metal walls of her home is a mysterious “Nowhere.”

When she escapes, she is thrown into the futuristic city of Foxwood, rebuilt over Seattle after a catastrophic earthquake. Victoria was never supposed to leave her bunker and isn’t in the Network. Without a Network Chip implanted in her head, Victoria has no identity, an no place in Foxwood.

Despite lacking social skills or street smarts, she gets a job at a massive 3D printing business. This company is targeted by a terrorist team of humanoid machines that are indistinguishable from ordinary humans.

In an effort to prove her worth as a bunker child, Victoria attempts to expose an infiltrator before the terrorists get a chance to attack. On top of that, the education system controls overpopulation by killing the least intelligent people with a terrifying Birthday Exam.

Altered World: Apocalypse
by Faelyn Valentine
$0.00, 133 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #332 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
The world he once knew is gone. Tristan Einar wanders the desert which coats the Earth, hunting for his family's killer. Armed with nothing but a knife and baton, will he be able to find him or will the horrors of the wasteland kill him first?

by Metehan Altunlu
$0.00, 29 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #80 in 45-Minute Science Fiction & Fantasy Short Reads
Will the gateway to salvation lead them to the promised paradise or…?

The Muffler's Ministry (The Mufflers Book 1)
by Mark W White
$0.00, 315 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5,912 in Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction
Everyday low-level magic is commonplace, the only thing forbidden is technology. The ruins of the old world serve as a constant reminder of why humanity must never venture down that path again.

Rowan Webb is recruited into the secretive Ministry responsible for ensuring technological advancement is suppressed – The Mufflers, who turn out to be a surprisingly friendly and eccentric bunch.

Venturing out into the community with a familiar called Pythia, Rowan has every intention of having as good a time as possible while working undercover. For most people, society is fair and comfortable. It seems the perfect opportunity to enjoy life with old flame Tia Tobin.

Pythia puts a damper on things by making Rowan document the journey, just in case there's an enquiry later.

Then the shadows of the past re-emerge to really ruin the fun – and threaten ultimate destruction. Tia's not happy with Rowan either.

'Just Evil, & The Icarus People', Year 4,347Ad...: Morals Of... (The Morals of the Stories..? Book 7)
by T.C.R Baker
$0.00, 17 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Great new story by T.C.R Baker, of the future of the magnanimous & righteous leader Wyman Wailing, who is caught up here by the Timeline Watchers of the Year 4,347ad, as to why they are in this age..? The same as any other reason, in their busy schedule, as for exploration, & discovery & to keep tabs on the governing of the World's of the past, & futures of us, & why not, as Watchers have used the times portals, they found, to warn W.W that his life is at risk from imminent assassination, but then again? When wouldn't it be... A New & brilliant Morals of the Stories story for one & all... Must be read...

PLANET PINGDINGDONG: A New Home a New Paradise
by Lamees Alhassar
$0.00, 130 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #118 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
Planet X… A far away world, many million light years away, was so perfect for human life. It was seeded with human embryos by an advanced Earth civilization of the future. The tenuous contact with the new world and its earthling population got snapped eventually, and the latter evolved into another species, totally adapted to their new home planet Pingdingdong. Thousands of years later, they commenced communications with the humans on Planet X, but the message they received from planet X said, ‘DON’T COME’.Despite that, Earth sent across an exploratory mission under the command of veteran spacefarers; Commander Brad and his deputy Jeff, comprising of two thousand men, women, and children to see if Planet X, with its kindred people, would welcome them and allow them to find a new home there. If this endeavor were to succeed, the elites of the old planet on the verge of collapse could migrate to Planet X. What awaits Commander Brad and his people when they reach Planet X is the challenge of convincing planet X’s Emperor that they should accept them because they can profit from their knowledge. Their adventure in a new world makes for a fascinating read about human nature, the clash of civilizations, and the very meaning of life and all that it stands for.

The Truce: Worldsend Garrison Book 5
by M.D. Krix
$0.00, 68 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Post-Apocalyptic
Sergeant Greta always considered that there is no greater honor than protecting her country, and this is the reason why she joined the Army. But she also loathes violence and is a strong believer in negotiations and compromises. Then, she is sent to Worldsend Garrison, where the Government is killing thousands of intelligent extraterrestrial life forms for centuries…
Her boyfriend already knows, and she starts to understand as well, but how could a single woman change the course of History?
Will she find a way through the bureaucracy of this testosterone-fueled organization to uncover the truth?
Could it be that the aliens are not our enemy?

Newly Free Time Travel Kindle Books for 2021-01-16

Tom Taylor's Travels in Time
by Peter Chapman
$0.00, 732 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #41 in Time Travel Science Fiction
Tom Taylor lives in England. From London, he travels to Stonehenge, a prehistoric stone circle in Wiltshire, and his life is changed forever. He is forcefully thrown back into the past and has to live on his wits and a stubborn refusal to ever accept defeat. Three thousand years before his time he meets Rosetta, the daughter of the Egyptian Pharaoh, Hatshepsut, and his future true love. He also meets Gomm, the High Priest, who becomes his enemy who is cursed to pursue and kill him.
The great events and characters of the past leave their mark on him and on his story. He is transported to Greece and the days of Alexander the Great. The first Emperor of China tries to kill him. King Alfred of England and the Vikings clash under his gaze, and the Russian Tsar, Nicholas loses his wife to Rasputin, and his empire to the German Kaiser..
All of this time the Guardians watch and wait. The living souls rule the Universe, but the dark souls are gathering. The Earth is the cradle which decides the fate of the billions of souls who live on the web. Tom and Rosetta are the pawns. They accept the challenge- and change the course of the Universe forever

They are not gods
by Glen Matthew Smith
$0.00, 132 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #51 in Time Travel Science Fiction
It is 525BC. Persia has sent 50,000 troops into the Egyptian desert to conquer a rebel Pharaoh and destroy the oracle of Siwa. But, according to the Greek historian, Heroditus, the army completely vanished. This fictional novel from the author of the ‘Sharp End of the Edge’ throws us right into the maelstrom of these events, and asks if there are otherworldly forces at play.

‘They Are Not Gods’ is part one of a trilogy that will traverse the past, present, and the future - an epic novella seen through the eyes of our various heroes that will take you back in time on a thrilling and action-packed ride into the unknown and leave you wanting more.

‘An undoubted talent, which especially shines in the book's exhilarating battle scenes.’

The Last Mission of The Seventh Cavalry: Book Two: Finding the Soyuz escape capsule
by Charley Brindley
$0.00, 290 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #852 in Time Travel Science Fiction
In book one of this series, a unit of the Seventh Cavalry is on a mission over Afghanistan when their plane is hit by something. The soldiers bail out of the crippled plane and come down in Southern France and they’re 2,000 years in the past where Hannibal is taking his elephants over the Alps to attack the Romans. In this second book they must attempt to rescue three astronauts who have come down from the ISS in a Russian Soyuz escape capsule. They are stranded on a mountain above Saravejo, about 800 miles away

Three Thirds of the Trilogy: The complete anthology of Just Ten Minutes, Just Ten More Minutes, and Just the Truth
by Frank Napoleon
$0.00, 373 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #67 in Teen & Young Adult Time Travel eBooks
An anthology of all three books featuring two teens who use a time travel device to change the past but end up changing their future. Subsequent journeys chronicle a lifetime together and apart as they learn what they can and should not change.

Salvation USA: Anti-Utopia
by R.W. Raymond
$0.00, 265 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #7,416 in Time Travel Science Fiction
If John Thompson had know that he would get trapped in the past, he would never have volunteered to go back in time.
Johns mission was to persuade the citizens of the United States to disband the government and to replace all the corrupt greedy power hungry politicians with computers.

Alluring Echoes: Across a Sea of Time (Moonliner)
by Donald Hanzel
$0.00, 213 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
It’s the year 2130 and Kendal Benz, a competent, up-and-coming New York attorney has been assigned the world’s highest profile case; the theft of a deepliner spacecraft, stolen by communication specialist Sedge Nile on a mad quest to be the first human to reach the Centauri System, our solar-system’s nearest neighbor. Unable to communicate with her client and unaware if he’s even alive, Kendal begins to cleverly unravel the reality behind the profound sequence of events that led to the perfect crime, events that run as deep as the stolen ship itself.

Alluring Echoes is an action-rich story of survival, discovery, human connection, obsession, and raw sanity.

Amber in the Real World
by Samuel Fleming
$0.00, 65 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel

We’ve all had that thought: What if the world wasn’t real?

...But what if you were right?

Amber has had those thoughts most of her life. They would come and go like the wind. The world just wasn’t real. Her A.I. assistant recommended art classes.

But then one morning on her way to work--stuck in gridlocked traffic--everything changed. Amber makes a fateful choice that will change her world—the world—forever.

How far would you go to know the truth?

A Visionary Sci Fi Novella

Captain Jack adventures:in Alcatraz prison: science fiction adventures novel;
by Toni Rahme
$0.00, 100 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #59 in Time Travel Science Fiction
The United States of America is developing very advanced military technologies that people even today think that they only exist in the world of imagination. Among these technologies is the Fast 19 that was recently developed for time travel, by combining electromagnetic waves.
The Rainbow 9 Division, led by Captain Jack King, was in charge of the missions of that vehicle, which was mostly spying and taking aerial photographs of military lands and areas related to the Soviet nuclear reactor and Chinese chemical weapons ...
Captain Jack was performing these tasks entrusted to him, perfectly and accurately, until he decided to tweet outside the squadron, for a reason that no one knew except him.
And suddenly he decided to steer the vehicle to travel in time to where he wanted, not where the official authorities have authorized him to travel.
In this novel, we will go through this adventure together and discover the reasons why Jack went- with his assistant Steven- to Alcatraz prison. You will like this novel like any novel on the list of best-selling books in the world. The novel has been published in Arabic, and will also be published in Spanish soon.
What you have to do now, my friend, is to prepare a cup of coffee and relax away from the worries of this world, and you will notice that you will immediately interact with the events of this adventure, as you will travel with the heroes to many times of history and many places ,such as Moulin Rouge in Paris and the town of Grindelwald near the Alps In Switzerland and you will hide with them in the streets of New York, and you will also land on the famous Alcatraz Island near San Francisco ...
The novel is a mixture of suspense and excitement in addition to some striking comedy in some seasons ... I hope that the novel will satisfy you .
See you later, in other adventures ...

MYLEA: Rebirth (Mylean Chronicles Book 3)
by Philpi C. Elrod
$0.00, 257 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
Mylea has finally been successfully situated in a new location in the Milky Way. Now Maxx, the supercomputer responsible for relocating Mylea must repopulate the planet from stored DNA. He desperately wants John Scott to come to Mylea and assist him but it is ten light-years from Earth - and John Scott has married, and is not sure of what to do.
Maxx conceives a plan to induce John to not only visit Mylea but spend a couple of years there. His plan not only involves doing something that John could never have dreamed of, but also something else that is theoretically impossible.

Maison Arkonak Rhugen 6: Danger in Venice English Edition (Maison Arkonak Rhugen English)
by Richardt Guitterzzi
$0.00, 44 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Time Travel
"I am Madame Lupine. The Daughter of True Arséné Lupine!"
A frame theft. Offered at a very strange auction ...
"Are there aliens among us? Are there extraterrestrials here in this room coming from these paintings?"
Can aliens keep their secret? For how long?
Danger in Venice, the sixth and most dangerous adventure in the series.
Trying to fool the past can be very dangerous!

Newly Free Colonization Kindle Books for 2021-01-16

Stolen Future (Cyborg Guardian Chronicles Book 1)
by Cameron Coral
$0.00, 210 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (12 reviews), #1 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In

An experimental upgrade took her memories. Getting them back could cost her life.

Diya may be half-machine, but she’s nobody’s property. Smuggled off a secret Earth-based lab to the lunar city, she wakes possessing enhanced cybernetic strength… and no memory of her past. Her search for identity turns deadly when she learns there’s a price on her head.

Desperate for clues, Diya flees into the crowded colony and discovers a mysterious hacker who might help. But even if he agrees, he may not be trustworthy. And with a robot assassin hot on her trail, loyalty means everything…

Can Diya retrieve her true self before she’s captured and permanently erased?

Stolen Future is the first novel in the Cyborg Guardian Chronicles science fiction series. If you like feisty heroines, page-turning mysteries, and futuristic fight scenes, then you’ll love this adrenaline-fueled tale.

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The Elicon: Realms of the Eldian - Book I
by Rob Roth
$0.00, 269 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1,004 in Christian Fantasy
A small fireball streaks across an Arizona night sky, striking somewhere out in the desert.
A government tracking site investigates recent appearances of UFOs high above the Barringer meteor crater.
Quantum experiments in Australia use exotic matter to open a Schrödinger Gateway to another dimension.
Dr. Jace Larkin, former professor of exo-geology, risks his life to find an unusual stone that delivers a vision of a beautiful woman in danger. He and his partner Dooley Marz try to put the pieces together in a chase that leads them to a glacier in Greenland and revelations of events that place multiple worlds at risk.

It is also the key to healing his own deeply wounded heart.

Ghost Probe: A Humorous Sci-Fi Adventure (SPACE GH0ST ADVENTURES Book 1)
by Craig A. Price
$0.00, 224 pages, 3.6 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #1 in Genetic Engineering Science Fiction eBooks
Roads?! Where we’re going, we don’t need roads!

When a strange radio signal is detected in deep space, the president needs his finest officers to check it out. Unfortunately, the closest vessel is a lowly asteroid miner staffed with a ragtag crew of misfits.

The leader of this crew is Captain Daniel, an "Unwanted." In the future, the rigors of space travel are reserved for two sets of people. Clones of the best and brightest officers, and the products of unplanned pregnancies. As one of the latter, Daniel is considered inferior to his peers and sees this exploratory mission as a chance to prove himself to the galaxy.

Full of tongue-in-cheek humor, "Ghost Probe" will have you chuckling and smiling as the crew of the ship attempts to answer one of humanity's biggest existential questions.

With comic dialogue and situations, "Ghost Probe" will appeal to fans of "The Orville" and other sci-fi that doesn't take itself too seriously.

Get it now!

Newly Free Space Opera Kindle Books for 2021-01-16

by CJ Williams
$0.00, 307 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (76 reviews), #2 in Hard Science Fiction
Disaster strikes the luxurious space liner, Solar Princess, and strands Gus on a deserted island on an uncharted planet. His only hope for survival is to partner with an alien Artificial Intelligence named Alyssa. She is the brain of the most improbable star ship Gus has ever seen, part ancient sailing ship, part incredible star-faring vessel. But there is a catch. Alyssa’s first priority is to finish an epic yacht race that started twenty-eight thousand years ago.


Every day Gus sends a video love letter to his wife via the lifeboat’s one-way subspace signal where it is automatically posted on YouTube. Few people care until another lifeboat crashes with two young women aboard, both of them celebrities. Their fame turns Gus into a worldwide phenomenon; everyone watches the three castaways fight to carve a life from the tiny island even though they have little hope of rescue. When disaster threatens, Gus and the girls have no choice but to resurrect the crippled galleon. Their impossible task is to sail Alyssa across an alien sea and then fly her across unimaginable galactic reaches.


On live television, the public watches helplessly when a ship of vicious murderers attack the three survivors. The world grieves when the now-famous exiles go silent. At least until Earth's Space Navy reports they are under attack by a ship that is beyond imagination.

The Attribute of the Strong (Battle for the Solar System, #3) (The Battle for the Solar System Series)
by Stephen Sweeney
$0.00, 546 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (179 reviews), #12 in Hard Science Fiction
The Pandoran War is nearing its end... and the Senate's Mistake have all but won.

In the seven years following on from the Pandoran's push beyond the Mitikas Empire, the allied forces of the Helios Confederation and Independent worlds have fought a bitter series of unwinnable battles, being pushed back further and further as the enemy war machine continued its unrelenting assault against all those that opposed it.

And now, leaving a galaxy in ruin behind them, the Pandorans have set their sights on Sol, in preparation to finally complete the Mission.

All seems lost.

But then, in the final forty-eight hours of the war, while journeying to Kethlan in one last desperate bid to track down the elusive Admiral Jason Zackaria and find a way to end the bloodshed, Simon Dodds makes a discovery that could herald a chance at victory, if only he can convince himself and everyone he loves that the battle is still worth fighting.


THE ATTRIBUTE OF THE STRONG is the final book in the BATTLE FOR THE SOLAR SYSTEM trilogy, a series that began in 2009 and has been enjoyed by tens of thousands of readers worldwide.

To learn more about the series, visit the official website, which contains a multitude of character and world profiles, news, downloads, apps and pop quizzes and much, much more.

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Shadow Stars (Universe on Fire Book 2)
by Ivan Kal
$0.00, 248 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (30 reviews), #7 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
Earth won its freedom. Now it must fight to keep it.

Humanity fought and won its freedom by establishing a fragile peace with the two great powers—the Qash'vo'tar and the Zhal Confederation—by bringing them proof that their ancient enemy, the Val'ayash, survived the great war. But despite that, Earth is still a minor player in a wider galaxy, with only one advantage. Magic.

Two years after Earth won its freedom, the tensions between the three star nations are rising. And United Terran Systems council knows that it is only a matter of time before the two great powers pressure humanity for the secrets of their magi-tech, which is the only thing that might allow Earth to remain safe. Knowing that they need another advantage if Earth is to keep its independence, UTS council sends the Prometheus on a mission to recover valuable technology from the remains of the ancient empire that fought the Val'ayash, hoping that they will find something to help them keep all of humanity safe.

But humanity has other secrets, and other projects in the works, all of them will be needed if the galaxy is to survive. Because, Val'ayash have returned.

Shadow Stars is the second book in the Universe on Fire series, an epic science fiction series with some fantasy elements. It follows humanity as it attempts to make a place for itself in a hostile galaxy.

Author's note:

This book series is part of KalVerse. All of my books take place inside a shared multiverse, and some characters crossover from series to series. But it is not required for you to read all the series in order to understand what is happening, each series has its own set of characters and a storyline which is contained inside of that series.

The Third Side (Battle for the Solar System, #2) (The Battle for the Solar System Series)
by Stephen Sweeney
$0.00, 418 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (163 reviews), #13 in Hard Science Fiction
Simon Dodds has had his wings clipped. Shot down over the luxurious holiday planet Mythos and separated from his wingmates, he is quick to discover that the once-popular sun-soaked paradise has been transformed into a nightmarish war zone, swarming with armies of seemingly unstoppable black-suited soldiers. The Pandoran war machine is on the move, preparing to advance The Mission and deal to the rest of the galaxy the same fate it did the Mitikas Empire.

Unaware of what fate may have befallen his friends, the young pilot attempts to make his way through the dangerous streets of the war-torn city of New Malaga, as he waits for the CSN to rush to the rescue.

But from out of the chaos emerges something far more terrible; and if Dodds can somehow survive the next 24 hours, he might finally see beyond the lies he has been fed and hear a side to the story that no one wants him to: what really happened to the Imperium, who the black-suited warriors are, what the ATAFs were built for...

... and what his purpose in all of it is. Whether he likes it or not.

There are three sides to every story.
But sometimes the truth is the hardest side to believe.


THE THIRD SIDE is the second book in the BATTLE FOR THE SOLAR SYSTEM trilogy, and the follow-up to the enormously popular HONOUR OF THE KNIGHTS.


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~ 500 print pages

The Honour of the Knights (Second Edition) (Battle for the Solar System, #1) (The Battle for the Solar System)
by Stephen Sweeney
$0.00, 416 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (53 reviews), #14 in Hard Science Fiction
When starfighter pilot Simon Dodds is enrolled in a top secret military project, he and his wingmates begin to suspect that there is a lot more to the theft of a legendary battleship and the Mitikas Empire's civil war than the Helios Confederation is willing to let on. Somewhere out there the Pandoran army is gathering, preparing to bring ruination to the entire galaxy...


The Second Edition of THE HONOUR OF THE KNIGHTS is a rewrite of the original 2009 novel, offering greater insight into the beginnings of the Pandoran War, extended chapters and more in-depth characterisation, as well as new and re-imagined scenes, all the while retaining the same epic storyline.


"A tightly plotted action-adventure yarn with a good mix of likeable, interesting and nasty characters" - SF (on Honour of the Knights (First Edition))

"Written with perspicacity and drive, with a strong voice and good attention to detail [...] a convincing space opera, written with a distinct style. Recommended." - (on Honour of the Knights (First Edition))


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~ 500 print pages

The Battle for the Solar System (Complete Trilogy)
by Stephen Sweeney
$0.00, 1524 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (21 reviews), #140 in Space Opera Science Fiction
The Pandoran war machine ravaged the galaxy, driving the human race to the brink of destruction. Seven men and women stood in its way. This is their story.


This complete edition of the BATTLE FOR THE SOLAR SYSTEM trilogy contains all three novels in one single volume - THE HONOUR OF THE KNIGHTS (Second Edition), THE THIRD SIDE, and THE ATTRIBUTE OF THE STRONG.

(note - the edition of HONOUR OF THE KNIGHTS included is the second edition, and not the Creative Commons licensed edition released for free in 2010)


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Stollar's Gambit: Book One of the Defense Force Chronicles
by Jason Borondy
$0.00, 315 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #76 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
In 2150 they attacked with the whole world watching. Then the Invaders disappeared.

Over twenty years later, humans have expanded out into the Milky Way, and a discovery near the edge of space has awoken the ghosts of the past. Mankind is now in the crosshairs of an aggressive alien species.

Three siblings, members of the Expeditionary Defense Force, are front and center in Earth's defense. Jessica, the new Captain of the EDS Little Rock, is trying to follow in her father's footsteps. Haley, a Centurion mech pilot, is stationed on the edge of space and trying to outrun her family's legacy. David, a Tigershark spacefighter pilot, is new to the defense force and acclimating to his first assignment. 

Each of them will have to fight their own battles. They must succeed, or humanity could fall. 

Broken Stars (Universe on Fire Book 1)
by Ivan Kal
$0.00, 232 pages, 3.7 out of 5.0 (72 reviews), #12 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
They told us “No.”

If they had taken the time to learn about us, to truly understand what it was that made us human, they would’ve known that that had been their greatest mistake.

Sixty-seven years ago the Qash'vo'tar conquered Earth. They had judged humanity as dangerous and unworthy of joining the other races among the stars. Ever since then, the aliens had ruled from above, keeping humanity from even thinking about reaching for the stars. The Qash'vo'tar did not care what humanity did on the ground, as long as they didn't attempt to build anything that could get them to the stars. Outmatched in every way and not willing to accept the cost of fighting back, the United Earth gave up ever again reaching beyond the boundary of Earth's sky.

In its isolation, humanity turned its eyes from the sky and pointed them to the ground. Instead of the stars, humanity explored the oceans, burrowed deep underground, and broadened its understanding of laws of physics. Until finally they could take no more. In secret the United Earth's best scientists attempted to find a way out. They experimented, and in a single moment changed the fate of humanity. Accidentally, they broke through someplace else, created a breach in space-time. Deep underground, they created a portal to another universe.

They made a breach to a universe where there was magic. This new universe changed them, changed their own universe. This one accident gave them a new weapon against the Qash'vo'tar. A weapon that the aliens had no knowledge of. It gave humanity magic. And they studied it, integrated it with their technology, and they waited for the right time to strike back against their alien overlords.

And now, sixty-seven years after they had been conquered, it was time for humanity to show the Qash'vo'tar that they had been right to fear humanity. Now was the time for humanity to reclaim its world and carve a place for Earth among the stars.

Broken Stars is the first book in the Universe on Fire series, an epic science fiction series with some fantasy elements. It follows humanity as it attempts to make a place for itself in a hostile galaxy.

Author's note:

This book series is part of KalVerse. All of my books take place inside a shared multiverse, and some characters crossover from series to series. But it is not required for you to read all the series in order to understand what is happening, each series has its own set of characters and a storyline which is contained inside of that series.

Project Starfighter
by Stephen Sweeney
$0.00, 380 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (37 reviews), #9 in Science Fiction TV, Movie & Game Tie-In
The Wade-Ellen Asset Protection Corporation rules the galaxy, controlling commerce, passage, and rights. And with an army of advance AI-controlled warships at their disposal, as well as a great number of drones and warbots, little can stand in their way.

At the outskirts of the city of Tira, on the planet Ceradse, Chris Bainfield watches as what remains of the Resistance's first major attempt to fight back against WEAPCO falls from the sky; wreckage and debris tumbling down through the atmosphere, and crashing into the sea.

But unlike others, Chris is not willing to surrender, not willing to give up the fight just yet. He has a plan - to rebuild the Resistance, bring together others, and keep up the battle against the Corporation.

And he will soon find himself teaming up with the most unlikely of allies - a sentient starfighter, known as Athena, formerly belonging to the very company he is trying to take down.

~ ~ ~

Based on the 2001 video game of the same name by Parallel Realities, Project Starfighter features many of the characters and events from the original story, as well as a host of others, to create an enthralling space opera adventure, laced with complex characters, explosive action, humour, and emotion.

At the Pace of Man
by Devyn Regueira
$0.00, 350 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #23 in Hard Science Fiction
Forty light years outside their celestial nursery and a handful of scientific revolutions beyond their reach, humanity’s attention is drawn toward a garden in the night. The TRAPPIST-1 system, comprised of an ornery dwarf star and her seven fertile daughters, seems nothing short of an Earth-in-waiting to the fervid ambitions of a species just now beginning to outgrow the cradle.

Some centuries after and some distance away, the dollar is obsolete and salaries are paid in access to scarce Suspension Pods—the almighty Minute. Every working man and woman born aboard the ITS Santa Maria is pursuing a chance at sleeping away the waning decades of the interstellar voyage they’d inherited to nurture for themselves that garden in the night. For a restless few, a chance isn’t good enough and neither is the pay.

Drastic measures will be undertaken and political anachronisms revived as struggles of an ancient character threaten to undo a mission of post-scarcity proportions. Whatever the danger, though, be it on the first attempt or the hundredth and at any expense, that humanity would not be denied his new conquest was never in doubt.

But to survive a trip on the scales of light, it was inhumanity which had learned to be crafty.

Planets of Power: The Gift of God
by Chris Smith
$0.00, 477 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (1 reviews), #6,156 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
“Let there be light” God, in the infinite vastness of wisdom and grace, created the heavens and the earth. All across the countless galaxies in the universe, His plan of life and love expanded. In this divine plan, men and women were created in the Almighty’s great image. For Joseph Stonewall, the plan led to a mixed life of sadness and happiness. With the disappearance of his parents at the age of sixteen, Joseph was thrown into adulthood while his friends’ only worries revolved around football, girls and homework. Into his path, Emily Smith stepped to help guide him out of the darkness of loss. With love flourishing between them, Joseph walked boldly towards the plan of college, a career and a life with Emily. That all changed on the night Joseph asked Emily’s father for permission to marry her. Getting a positive response, he left her house with his heart wrapped in a warm embrace. But on a dark country road, a blinding light froze his vehicle in its tracks. Joseph stepped from the car with his hands shielding his eyes. Promises of peace and tranquility whispered from the light. All around, the air sizzled with energy. But in that power, the whispers abducted Joseph’s budding love and any chance at a normal life. Unseen and unheard, the weight of a planet crashed upon his shoulders and he fell unconscious. He woke to find himself locked alone in a sterile white room with his only visitor being a man with eyes of glowing blue and mesmerizing gold. At his sudden disappearance, Emily and her family launched a search for Joseph. Abandoned and running, his vehicle was discovered on the road leading to his house. For the next week, they searched with building grief… until the shadows appeared in orbit above the planet. Out of those shadows, spaceships descended and the invasion began.

The Squire (Son of Rozari Book 1)
by J. Naomi Ay
$0.00, 206 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #89 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction eBooks
Kim always wanted to be a fireman, if only because of the hat. When his naval officer father is killed in a minor skirmish with the enemy nation of Karupatani, all of Kim’s plans are sent awry. Instead, he is shipped off to a prestige boy’s school, whereupon a dorm lottery lands him in a bunk next to Prince Dillon of Hahr.

Several years later, as the prince’s faithful squire, Kim is sent on a top secret mission back to the land of his father’s killers. His task is to deliver a package, something that is intended to change the world, but tragically for everyone, and most especially Kim, he accidentally dies in a most unbecoming way.

In the meantime, Queen Suraya of Karupatani is disgusted with her life, her husband and three sons, and most of all her favorite maid. The girl got herself knocked up out of wedlock by a married unnamed duke, who she mistakenly thinks will take care of her forever. During her absence, the maid is replaced by an ugly Hahrian girl, who has arrived with a recommendation from Suraya’s counterpart, the Hahrian Queen.

Odd as it may be, the Hahrian maid holds the key to finally ceasing the endless wars forever.

Monika Saves The Universe (The Alien Librarian Book 2)
by E. D. Robson
$0.00, 179 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #1,753 in Humorous Science Fiction (Books)
Monika (with a 'K') has already saved the Earth from a space invasion by two alien rodent species. Now she is called upon to chair a peace conference between those species and Atlantis, a planet whose inhabitants had visited Earth in the distant past. Unfortunately, not all Atlanteans want peace. Throw in a failed stand up comic from Atlantis who has organised a Marxist revolt on his home planet following a visit to London. Add a mix of dwarf pirates and giant blue aliens, plus the continuing will they, won't they threatened romance between Monika and her arresting police officer Tom, topped up with the presence of Amanda, Monika's nemesis from her school days, who also happens to be Tom's sister and the expected humorous chaos ensues.

Life Ring One
by Sheldon James
$0.00, 264 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #6,445 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
Earth is now united under one government called the United Corporate Conglomerate. Three hundred years of economic growth and expansion into space has promoted recreational travel and the building of the support structures to accommodate this expansive exploration of the Milky Way. During this time, Newton Vector and his friends find the largest spaceship they’ve ever encountered. Parked in deep space, it holds an earth sized frozen planet suspended in a powerful forcefield. Curious, they board and explore this giant only to find it abandoned. Newt files a claim for the ship under maritime space law setting in motion the events that lead to finding the true owners. Their discovery turns their world upside down and changes the course of human history as they find themselves in the center of a galactic war humans had no idea existed. Powerful forces contend for dominance in this action packed science fiction adventure. Take your shoes off and sit back with your reader as you immerse yourself in a book you will want to read multiple times.

Fast paced, kid friendly, a thoroughly satisfying read!

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Taken by Tryon Scavenger: A Sci Fi Alien Romance (Alien Masters Book 2)
by Alyx X
$0.00, 233 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #44 in First Contact Science Fiction eBooks
One woman plucked off the surface of Earth and sold to the right Alien could set Lyx up for years.

Lyx has lived alone in space since his planet was destroyed, living the life as a scrapper on the run-down ship. It was an easy life, until the scrap ran out. Now, he only has one option. Good thing the market is always right for a good human slave.

Finding the perfect woman should be as easy as skimming ice from Saturn’s ring. Lyx knows the dark-skinned beauty is the perfect candidate. Strong, beautiful… and not one to back down from a fight.

Which is the problem.

Piper is not going to let some strung-up Alien get away with kidnapping her from the surface. She’s going to fight back, and she sure as hell isn’t going to “learn” how to be submissive.

When their interstellar flight to the nearest human market goes awry, however, they are going to have to learn to work together, or Lyx’s plans to sell Piper to horned toad Aliens might be the least of their worries.

If either of them are going to get what they want, they are going to have to work together.

And Lyx is going to have to keep his magical Alien appendage put away.

The Terran Relocation Act is a connected world full of aliens that will ignite more than their ship's engine. Recharge your batteries and let’s get off-planet.
Each book is its own story, with its own arch, and ending. So, while in the same universe, you can start anywhere you want in the series and get ready for some page turning!

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Captured Alien Sex Toy: (Alien Abduction, Sci Fi Fantasy)
by X. Terrestre
$0.00, 48 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #1 in Erotic Science Fiction
Violet was enjoying a glass of wine with her friend Katy when she was suddenly abducted and transported to a Military Motivational Facility on the planet Urrew. That’s where hard working soldiers get “bonuses” of an hour with a woman to do whatever they like. Since their population was 97% male, this was a rare and special treat. In the mission to win the long, brutal war on the far side of the galaxy, improving both morale and recruitment was crucial. These Military Mistresses were revered, and the long hours of constant sex was a strange new life, but their implants make them happy, peaceful, and incredibly orgasmic. Violet adjusts to her new career as a hot sex toy for alien soldiers (some of them with anatomy a bit different than humans), and discovers that she absolutely loves the attention, the adoration, and the constantly surprising sex!
Note: Vivid alien sex scenes
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Elizabeth: Kidnapped
by Nancie Neal
$0.00, 26 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > First Contact
No Escape

Elizabeth Weinstein, still struggling with her heritage, survives another encounter with Nevil.

She tries to get back to normal, but one of the "others" kidnaps her, taking her to a place with no way out. If he tries a physical confrontation, she'll lose the trust of everyone else. Could she convince him to let her go without alienating him or the others?

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REV: Revelations -- an epic military sci-fi novel: Book 1 of The REV Warriors Series Part 2 (REV Warriors Part 2)
by T.R. Harris
$0.00, 186 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (53 reviews), #3 in Superhero Fantasy eBooks
Humanity rules the Grid.
Now they're ready to expand into the galaxy...
With Zac Murphy and his REV Warriors leading the way.

International bestselling science fiction author T.R. Harris presents the First Book in The REV Warriors Series Part 2, an epic military sci-fi novel set in the near future.

Book #1: REV: Revelations

REVS are the super-soldiers of the future, chemically-enhanced Marines who have begun to produce the Rev drug naturally in their bodies. Now there are supermen and -women walking among us,and you wouldn't even know it...

The story continues: After the defeat of the evil Antaere in the first REV Series, Zac and his super warriors carry on, as the hammer used against a myriad of obstinate races. The Union of Affiliated Systems (Earth's new stellar empire) is determined to expand far beyond the Grid, using the REVs as the means of convincing reluctant species to join. After all, its for their own good. Membership in the UAS will benefit all. So what if a little blood has to be shed in the meantime.

Zac didn't want command of the REV force in the first place, and now he's put in an impossible situation with too few troops and other resources to complete his mission. But he's a super-REV in command of an army of REVs. Surely there is no one who can stand against the enhanced Marines of the near future. That may be true, if the damn politicians would just get out of his way and let Zac do his job.

This is military science fiction at its best. Super-soldiers, battles on alien planets, political intrigue and a mystery permeating it all. Are the REVs here to replace the Human race with anew, more powerful version of man? Many think so, and that's why Zac is meeting so much resistance. A reckoning is coming, between the Humans of old and the REVS.

But first, there are alien civilizations to conquer. The Humans have arrived. And to their surprise, theyare the invaders from the stars...

REV: Revelations introduces a whole new phase in the history of the REVs. It's written so that readers coming into the series for the first time won't skip a beat if they haven't read Part 1.

The REV Warrior Series captures the humor, witty banter and gritty realism you've come to expect from novels by T.R. Harris. Check out all the books in the series, both Parts 1 and 2.

Pick up your copy of REV: Revelations today.

And be sure to check out all the novels by T.R. Harris....

The Adam Cain Chronicles

The Dead Worlds
Battle Plan
Galactic Vortex
Dark Energy
Universal Law
The Formation Code
The Quantum Enigma
Children of the Aris (coming Dec. 2020)

The Human Chronicles SagaThe Fringe Worlds Alien Assassin
The War of Pawns
The Tactics of Revenge
The Legend of Earth

Cain's Crusaders
The Apex Predator
A Galaxy to Conquer
The Masters of War
Prelude to War
The Unreachable Stars
When Earth Reigned Supreme
A Clash of Aliens

The Copernicus Deception
Scorched Earth
Alien Games
The Cain Legacy
The Andromeda Mission
Last Species Standing
Invasion Force
Force of Gravity
Mission Critical
The Lost Universe
The Immortal War
Destroyer of Worlds
Terminus Rising
The Last Aris

The Human Chronicles Box Sets
Box Set #1 - featuring books 1-5 in the series
Box Set #2 - featuring books 6-10 in the series
Box Set #3 - featuring books 11-15 in the series
Box Set #4 - featuring books 16-20 in the series
Box Set #5--featuring books 21-25 in the series

REV Warriors Series
REV: Renegades
REV: Rebirth
REV: Revolution
REV: Retribution

Part 2 - Beyond the Grid
REV: Revelations
REV: Resolve (coming early 2021)

The REV Warriors Series Box Set...
The Complete First Series (5 books in 1)

Jason King: Agent to the Stars SeriesThe Enclaves of SyloxTreasure of the Galactic Lights

The Drone Wars Series

Day of the Drone

With author George Wier...
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Accord of Honor (The Ragnarok Saga Book 1)
by Kevin McLaughlin
$0.00, 247 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (127 reviews), #1 in Hard Science Fiction
Space Pirates aren’t supposed to exist.
But apparently, nobody told them that. When Thomas’s first command is ambushed in space, only quick thinking will keep his crew alive.

*** A USA Today Bestselling Author! ***

One random pirate ship would be bad enough, But the truth is far more deadly. Multiple ships of unknown origin are striking freighters and kidnapping their crews.

Then the pirates turn their eyes toward the planets.

One man has prepared for this; Thomas’s estranged father, Admiral Nicholas Stein. Hero and villain of the last great war, he has spent decades preparing for the conflict he always knew was coming.

Now he and Thomas are all that stands between humanity and a ruthless enemy who will stop at nothing to control space - and from there, to enslave us all.

Jump Starting the Universe eBook Bundle
by John David Buchanan
$0.00, 1291 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 reviews), #5 in Christian Futuristic Fiction
If you like science fiction, you will love the Jump Starting the Universe Book Bundle. It includes all three books in the series -
Jump Starting the Universe, The Edge of Nothing and Everything, and World Eaters

When two universes collide, Mark, Blackie, Amelia and Wayne begin an incredible adventure. Caught in the mixing zone of two universes wasn't the problem. But sometimes things in a mixing zone don't stay put when universes separate. They stared at the sky and its unfamiliar star patterns, wondering what happened. Lucky for them they were given a Jump Starter; too bad it wasn't programmed. None of them could have predicted what would happen when Amelia pushed its red button.
Nita, who had just met Mark, was sitting in the back seat. She disappeared with the rest of them.

Blackie met Joules on Gafcon-49. After a disturbing incident where Joules worked, involving Shumbrans and complete destruction of the Museum's rotunda, the group took a day trip to Mountain Lake to recover. They never returned. When the Nomad dropped out of the jump, it plowed to a stop in deep sand. Its not often six people dodge death twice in the same day. They were lucky to be alive. Now they had to figure out how to get back to Gafcon-49.

When Nita discovered new information about her family, the return trip go Gafcon-49 was cancelled. They decided on a new destination. They were going to go looking for a fight, and they found one. With Missiles exploding all around the Centorian Stealth Fighter they were on, and no way to escape their attackers, the group had to make a hard decision.

If being lost wasn't bad enough, they still hadn't figured out how to program the Jump Starter. When they needed to Jump, they had no idea on what planet they would land. To complicate matters, two alien races were about to go to war, and if that wasn't bad enough, the World Eaters had returned. Entire planets and their populations were disappearing into the rift.

If circumstances required them to jump, and they ended up on the wrong planet, they were doomed. Without some help, and a lot of luck, none of them would survive. Wayne always said no one on Earth would believe their story. They might not ever get the chance to tell it.

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The Lost Starship: Books 1-3 Complete Saga: Elixr - Redeemr - Destroyr
by Joshua James
$0.00, 567 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (147 reviews), #1 in Teen & Young Adult Aliens eBooks

Save the cure. Kill the crew.

That was the dying order of the captain of the starship Elixr. The ship followed the order. Then it lost its mind.

Two decades later, the last chance to save billions of souls rests with the dead starship's only occupants: a pair of boys raised by a deranged robot. When Elixr crashes on a barren world, they join forces with an impoverished girl living on the edge of society to search for answers.

Who are they? Why have they survived? And what could Elixr possibly do to save a world on the precipice of collapse?

The more they learn, the greater the stakes become. Soon they are running for their lives from secret societies, deadly creatures, and powerful warlords. As enemies multiply, it seems the secrets of the lost starship may never be discovered.

But Elixr is hiding more than secrets. Much more.

THE LOST STARSHIP box set includes:
  • Elixr
  • Redeemr
  • Destroyr

Fans of fun, action-packed sci-fi will have a blast with The Lost Starship series!

Thicker Than Blood (The Journey Missions Book 3)
by Holly Ash
$0.00, 288 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #6,836 in Space Fleet Science Fiction eBooks
Lieutenant Commander Crystal Wolf's hatred of politics has never been a secret through her spotless military career. So why is she being sent to Earth to speak at a military hearing on behalf of The Lands and Waters of Neophia Organization?

When Crystal's team is tasked with convincing the US military to continue the officer exchange program that first brought Lieutenant Desiree Flint and Ensign Justin Anderson to Neophia to serve on Journey’s first tour, the stakes are already high: if they fail their mission, Flint and Anderson won’t be able to return for the second tour. And to make matters worse, they arrive on Earth to find relations between the two planets are far worse than anyone let on.

Things escalate when a terrorist group attacks a string of hospitals, demanding the US government acknowledge Neophia’s superiority. Divided from their team in the wake of a retaliatory order that detains anyone with Neophian blood, Flint and Anderson, the only two pure humans, must find a way to complete their mission--and get the rest of their team home in one piece

A Man of War
by David Lusk
$0.00, 384 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #21 in Space Marine Science Fiction eBooks
20th Anniversary Edition!

The ability to raze cities, the firepower to dispatch entire armies, the power of a god - that is what each nation entrusts to its warriors when they are placed in the cockpit of a man o’war. And Chase Aarons may be the greatest warrior of them all.

But neither warriors nor their grand war machines are truly invincible. A dream of greatness fighting for his nation and its freedoms is dashed to pieces when an impossible choice costs Chase everything. Yet Fate is fickle - a new life, an elite counter-terrorism team, even a chance for glory leading the noblest army in history may still await him. All too soon he is ensnared in political power plays and the elite war craft that has made him a legend.

A Destiny may still be had, but death and madness await those who attempt to walk along that path - and few ever return from the journey whole.

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Cat Me If You Can (The Hissing Booth Chronicles Book 1)
by Gemma Thorne
$0.00, 196 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (41 reviews), #2 in Alternative History
She's ready for the catpocalypse. Are you?

Since the Rise of Magic, soothsayer Journi McCutcheon has faced supernatural sycophants, dated zealous zombies, and battled possessed pediatricians, but when an eccentric client hires her to investigate haunted pickles, her day goes from weird to worse.

Only demonic dills are the least of her newly acquired problems.

What begins as a nuisance call ends in apocalypse when she stumbles across a mass grave and discovers that the cats therein aren't just dead--they're harbingers of extinction.

And magic is on the endangered species list.

To save her family and Deviants everywhere, she must set aside her feud with all things feline to end the threat.

Before it ends her.

Cat Me If You Can is the exciting prequel to Crazy Cat Lady, Gemma Thorne's #1 bestselling debut novel. Packed with wit, magic, and cats, it's a new breed of urban fantasy. Start this beloved series today.

The First Ethereal
by E L Williams
$0.00, 403 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (16 reviews), #13 in Low Fat Cooking
‘Beautifully told, The First Ethereal will stay with you for a long time.’

Super empath Lilly is almost relieved to be living her last human life. With only her spirit guide Jack for company and the world collapsing around them, she longs for the peace of the Eternal Forest.

When by chance, Lilly meets Storm, a widowed ex-witch who has lost her magic, both women discover that sometimes life can turn on a sixpence.

As Lilly falls in love with life, Storm joins her old friend and retired vicar Henri on a desperate quest to find the only being capable of halting the apocalypse.

Only the First Ethereal can decide whether there is enough good left in humanity to save it, but will the friends find it in time?

Also hunting the Ethereal, but with murderous intent, is a group determined to hang on to their wealth and power and ride out the apocalypse in luxury.

The race is on – and the stakes couldn’t be any higher.

Witches, angels, a magical library and a pending apocalypse – what’s there not to love?

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'Lifted my spirits'
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'This is escapism at its best.'
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'A perfect read for lockdown and beyond!'
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ‘I couldn't put it down.'
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ 'A story of love and hope in a world teetering on the edge of disaster.'

David Shloogan and the Internet of Things
by Thomas Donnelly
$0.00, 60 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (8 reviews), #8 in Science Fiction Anthologies
Meet David Shloogan, age 30. A man of average composure and little significance. The year is 2040 and after getting into an argument with his girlfriend Mr. Shloogan ventures out of his small Jamaica Queens apartment to a local convenience store in order to find some relief. But what's in store for him will be neither convenience nor relief. Instead, he finds himself on
a harsh journey.... a journey into the Internet of Things!

Written by Thomas J Donnelly
Illustrated by Myles McGrady

Author Instagram @tom_don88
Illustrator Instagram @mylesmcgrady

Emerald Dreams (The Dream Traveler Book 1)
by Nicole Knight
$0.00, 287 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #12 in Teen & Young Adult Loners & Outcasts Fiction eBooks
Everyone likes a bad ass snarky heroine, am I right?

My name is Violet, and I am here to fill that role. I always thought I was a normal scholarship kid at my private school, where the bullies know no boundaries. No one around me knows what it's like, they are all rich and beautiful, and I am far from it. When I find a family heirloom, my entire life is turned upside down.

Violet meets a smoking hot guy who becomes a constant distraction. She discovers she has a family she never knew of, and she learns that she may have finally found her place in the world. The problem is, it may not be in this world. Violet likes a good challenge, and she may have just met her match. Does she have what it takes to save those around her from a lifetime of suffering at the hands of an evil King? A man who is hell-bent on destroying those like her? Can she do that while discovering her hidden talents, and navigating her feelings for the man who makes it his mission to help her? She's about to find out the hard way...

This is the first book in a three book series.

If you liked The Coven: Elemental Magic series or the Royal: Warlock Court series, you may fall in love with this book.

The Sanguine Door
by Genevieve Grey
$0.00, 265 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #48 in Teen & Young Adult Sci-Fi Action & Adventure eBooks
A new beginning. An unexpected revelation. A decision of life or death.

Two years ago, Arina Bluebell fled to the city of Ka, swearing off her former life as a mercenary. The Elect-run city offers her a chance to start her life afresh, but this comes with its own set of challenges. Arina is a Blood Mage, and for her, being discovered means a fate worse than death.

Her life in Ka is better than she could have imagined. She lives with her best friend, and her job doesn’t involve killing people. But when she saves a woman from becoming a vampire snack, her true nature is revealed, and the new life she created comes crashing down.

To keep her freedom, Arina is forced to work with the very man who would see her dead. It wouldn’t be so bad – if he wasn’t so infuriatingly handsome.

Will the cost of her freedom be more than she can pay?

The Sanguine Door is filled with dark magic and unlikely romance, perfect for fans of Sarah J Maas and Holly Black.

Singularity: A Sci-Fi Thriller (Singularverse Book 1)
by Eldon Farrell
$0.00, 426 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (43 reviews), #4 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction

It takes a certain kind of evil to save this city.

Nathan works outside the law he’s sworn to uphold. As a rogue detective, he rules the streets of Union City through fear and intimidation. But nothing lasts forever.

He has been betrayed. If the damning allegations stick, Nathan will lose everything. Including his freedom. When his search for the traitor uncovers a greater evil preying upon the innocent though, he’s left with a choice.

Is he the hero they need, or the villain they fear?

What Readers are Saying:

“A Gritty, In-Your-Face, Futuristic Crime Novel! Captures your attention from the very first line.” – JB Richards, Author of The Dragon’s Heir Trilogy

Singularity exploded on the page for me, and demonstrated what a fertile imagination can create when unrestricted by the boundaries of more conventional genres.” – Joanna Elm, Author of Scandal

“Brilliant. Very gritty and tough characters.” – Hidden Gems

“This book is like the Punisher and the Terminator in one. [The] writing is exquisite . . . a must read.”

CURRENTS: A Collection of Short Stories
by Michael Joel Green
$0.00, 154 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #11,076 in Dystopian Fiction

Six stories focused on the pressing issues of our age. A nation divided, the need to conform, the threat of catastrophe. CURRENTS weaves a common thread through them all, that of our shared identity.

While the issues are timely, the struggles are timeless.

கடவுள் துகள்கள் - Kadavul Thugalgal (Prakavi Series)
by Prakavi - The storyteller
$0.00, 104 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #xx in Kindle Store > Kindle eBooks > Science Fiction
Kadavul Thugalgal book is a collection of 12 Short stories. Each story is built on different plot across the world and across various situation. Book contains stories of various genres like Science fiction, Romance, Drama. While science fictions takes you to the different world, romance and dramas keeps you thinking about current human relationships and where our society stands? It always leaves a question if we will be able to find such science fiction's future with current reality.

கடவுள் துகள்கள் புத்தகம் பன்னிரண்டு சிறுகதைகளின் தொகுப்பு. ஒவ்வொரு கதையும் உலகின் ஏதோ ஒரு மூலையில் வெவ்வேறு தளத்திலும், வெவ்வேறு சூழலிலும் பயணிப்பவை. அறிவியல் புனைவு, காதல் எனப் பல தளங்களில் கதைகள் பயணிக்கும். அறிவியல் புனைவுக் கதைகள் வாசகர்களை வேறு உலகிற்குக் கூட்டிச் சென்றாலும், காதல் மற்றும் நடைமுறையைத் தொடும் கதைகள் புனைவில் பார்த்ததுப் போன்ற ஓர் உலகை நாம் அடைவது சாத்தியமா என்ற கேள்வியையே விட்டுச் செல்லும்.

Caged Jewel
by Krystal Zoppa
$0.00, 280 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #13,374 in Dystopian Fiction
Fiesty and dangerous, Ruby wanted nothing more than to be left alone and ignored. It was safer to hide. Safer to stay in the shadows but when shouts rang out and her people were in danger, she rushed in to help. When he crashed into her world severely injured, she couldn't just leave him. She never imagined it would lead to the fight of her life. When the past and the future collide, can she find herself and love in time to unite their worlds before it's too late or will she lose everything she never knew she wanted?

The Desiccant Keepers
by Jesse Maas
$0.00, 370 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #23,147 in Science Fiction Adventure
Riley Mines finds himself housed at Nadirehs Island Penitentiary for a crime he didn’t commit. The once successful New York City businessman becomes undeniably caught in a world he never knew existed.

Riley Mines and his family are traveling home from vacation when something goes terribly wrong. After more than a year of hopeless days, wondering how he could have been framed, an unlikely ally provides him with a gift to temporarily escape. Through twists and turns he uncovers more than he anticipated. He solves the crime but quickly realizes his troubles have just begun.

Stay Tuned
by Liam Baker
$0.00, 223 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (11 reviews), #173 in Dystopian Science Fiction
Frank has settled into the comfortable monotony of being a garbageman. The needs of his family are taken care of by living stipends, leaving his paycheck free to be wasted on trivial purchases. The family boxcar carries them from business to business and meal to meal. All that is required of him is to keep his head down and follow directions. But his family is begging him for The Look, new technology infused sunglasses that strap to your head and keep you connected to programming, news, and social media at all times. As it becomes increasingly dangerous to oppose progress, Frank must learn to navigate a new world of surveillance and influence, where media controls everything that is seen and said, popular opinion is fact, and mob rule is justice.

3 Guys and a Squirrel: A Slacker's Guide to Adventuring
by Jared Bellis
$0.00, 269 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #49 in Dystopian Science Fiction
A world in desperate need of heroes.

Geeks in desperate need of a clue.

This is not a match made in heaven.

​Three college graduates get yanked into a parallel dimension where they are given great power and the goal of saving the world.

​The problem?​

They're not interested.

Follow the adventures of Ray, Andrew, and Joe as their spirit guide, a talking squirrel named Balzac, tries to turn these three slackers into the heroes his world needs. Whether they like it or not!

If you're a fan of RPG's, comedy, and fantasy this books for you! Buy it now!

This book contains foul language and lowbrow humor, if these offend you, you've been warned!

The Unremarkable Man (The Gifted Series Book 1)
by Lawrence Lockett
$0.00, 83 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #157 in Superhero Fantasy eBooks
Brandon is just a regular young man living an average life – until a chance encounter with a gifted woman changes everything. Alicia gives him the gift, which saves his life and grants him superhuman abilities, but it comes at a price. The gifted are hunted and have been for generations.

Safe in a sanctuary, Brandon and Alicia become close. But the moment they venture out, they cross paths with the soldiers who hunt the gifted. The encounter prompts Brandon to learn more about the origins of the gift and the extent of his new abilities. Undercover, he infiltrates the soldiers’ group, and finds allies who will support him.

Now, Brandon is no longer a regular man drifting through life. He has a purpose: to bring an end to the centuries-old conflict between the gifted and the soldiers, and take the gifted out of the shadows and reveal them to the world.

Dawn: Stories of the Singularverse
by Eldon Farrell
$0.00, 97 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #11 in Cyberpunk Science Fiction
Past, present, and future collide in this collection of stories from the heart of the Singularverse.

Discover the origin of the Baetylus Stone. Witness the tragedy that gave rise to Nathan Miller. Experience the Big One through the eyes of one family. Navigate the corridors of power in the hunt for augments. Fear the reckoning to come.

Catch up with all your favorite characters, and prepare to meet new ones, in the next chapter of this epic saga.

Some of the Best from 2020 Edition: A Original
by Charlie Jane Anders
$0.00, 742 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #2 in Science Fiction Anthologies

A collection of some of the best original science fiction and fantasy short fiction published on in 2020.

Includes stories by:
Charlie Jane Anders
G. V. Anderson
Gregory Norman Bossert
Jeremy Packert Burke
Katharine Duckett
Brian Evenson
Carolyn Ives Gilman
Maria Dahvana Headley
Stephen Graham Jones
Justin C. Key
Naomi Kritzer
Rich Larson
Yoon Ha Lee
S. Qiouyi Lu
Usman T. Malik
Melissa Marr
Maureen McHugh
Tamsyn Muir
Sarah Pinsker
C. L. Polk
Matthew Pridham
M. Rickert
Zin E. Rocklyn
Rachel Swirsky
Lavie Tidhar
Carrie Vaughn
Fran Wilde
Claire Wrenwood

At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

by Bill McCormick
$0.00, 258 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #14 in Superhero Fantasy eBooks
Now, he’s an enigma known only as Splice; a criminal mastermind with unlimited resources, cunning, and guile. A silent force who can make world leaders disappear in a miasma of blood and gore. But how did he get here? Where did he come from? The world may never know, but you will.

SPLICE, the story of how a homeless kid in Omaha grew up to make governments cower in fear.

Based on the upcoming feature film from ©Watch Dog Entertainment®LLC.

Fall of the Cities: Uprooting the Orchard
by Vance Huxley
$0.00, 518 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #160 in Dystopian Science Fiction

The Fall of the Cities series continues!

Orchard Close survived Caddi's invasion, and smashed the General's army, but was the price too high? The Riot Squad are dead or wounded, the Army is watching from the bypass, and the attacking gangs were beaten but not annihilated. This time they don't even have a leader, because Soldier Boy will be out of action for months.

At least the attackers left behind plenty of weapons, providing the Army don't take them, and one person is ruthless enough to use them all. Without telling even 'Arold, the Killer Queen uses illegal weaponry to recruit, then launches a true Blitzkrieg across the battered city. With their enemies occupied, the Orchard Close survivors try to come to terms with the deaths, the destruction, and a growing conviction they can never win, that the government and scroats will keep coming.

The Cabal is distracted because the Reivers spring their own May Day surprise party. The Bruce is aiming high this time, he wants to buy Scotland from the Cabal and the first payment is in blood. As brave men and women launch their attacks or make their last stands, the foreign mercenaries and Specials find that their own families are vulnerable, and even the Royal Navy gets a wake-up call. While they are occupied, Bruce strikes for the real prize, a way to bring the Cabal to the negotiating table.

Throughout the summer, as Harold heals, he begins to plan the evacuation of Orchard Close. The gangs are finished, but when the Army withdraws from the bypass their replacements, Mart guards, will have machine guns aiming right into the heart of Orchard Close. Even as he tries to keep his plans secret, a rumour begins to grow, about an operation called Silent Running. It spreads and grows, helped by a song, until even the surrounding gangs believe it; Soldier Boy is leaving to set up a secret base. When the government finally comes for the Cities, there'll be a haven for those who escape and a strike force poised to disrupt the assault. By the time the convoy is ready, even the Cabal knows about the breakout, but with all the rumours Harold hopes that even his resident government spy is confused.

Starlog Magazine The Sci Fi Comics: May 1991
by William Shatner
$0.00, pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #1 in Military Graphic Novels
Welcome aboard, new friends! May our journey together be long and wonderful...

You are holding the a magazine devoted to the field of science fiction in films and television: the realm that combines science, adventure, romance, and philosophy.

Glass Face, Inc.
by L. A. Thompson
$0.00, 493 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #395 in Crime Thrillers
In the near future, a revolutionary plastic surgery company takes America by storm. Glass Face, Inc. has developed unique procedures that offer better results with less down time. Mae Oakland, a Glass Face surgeon, uncovers a series of chilling documents that reveal illicit experiments carried out by her employers. But, before she can issue a warning to the public, Mae finds herself a prisoner of Glass Face and an unwilling test subject for the company’s research.

Adrianne Beatty is a teenage girl suffering from low self-esteem, bullying at school, and an obsession with Glass Face. After multiple failed attempts at talking to her parents about the life-changing procedures, Adrianne begins drifting into the dark territory of clinical depression. But her life is transformed when Glass Face, Inc. holds a sweepstakes in celebration of recent procedural advancements, allowing one lucky winner to receive any combination of face and body procedures.

Beginning shortly after the company announces their intentions to expand their offices to every corner of America, a series of homicides claims the lives of people who’ve undergone cosmetic surgery, with an exclusive interest in Glass Face clients. The “Plastic Murders,” as they’re soon termed, are being investigated by Detective Roland Bates who eventually finds himself entwined in the horrors of Glass Face.

Rogues and Heroes
by Sabrina Chase
$0.00, 87 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #1,554 in Science Fiction Anthologies

Come join the adventure...

...with a young woman desperate to leave her dusty planet for space ... a British boy determined to end WWII all by himself ... a cop in a dark world willing to do anything for a good read... an old cowboy with a final, heavy burden

...and more, in this collection of short stories from SF author Sabrina Chase.


  • One More Thing – From the world of the Sequoyah trilogy, how a certain underworld data snoop got her start...(new!)

  • Our Man in Basingstoke – At the height of the London Blitz, a frail old man and a rambunctious boy find a way to fight the good fight.

  • The Inspection – An officer must always protect his subordinates... a haunted sub, a baby kraken, killer mermaids, a shipwrecked Viking...

  • A Day Spent Fishing – To live, one must die.

  • The Correct Way to Fill Out Form PCR-103-u – Behold, the power of Properly Prepared Paperwork in action!

  • A Dark Trade in Heroes – When the law imprisons imagination, who can free it? (new!)

  • Wolf of Shadows – Trapped in a bloody castle, a nameless royal bastard swears to save a friend even if he can't save himself. (new!)

  • Crossing Over the River – An old cowboy has one final, weighty task at the end of his life.

  • Coyote and the Amazing Herbal Formula – What if one of those male enhancement spam emails...wasn't spam?

  • Inscription – When everything is chained, the freedom to speak is worth all risks.

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Notes and Tips

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.

Free book searches on Amazon

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.

Reddit Groups

There are two Reddit groups that regularly have free Kindle books listed:

Kindle Freebies
Free E-Books


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 Magazine

Galaxy Science Fiction was an American digest-size science fiction magazine, published from 1950 to 1980, and they are now offered free online:

​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.