| Marduk's Rebellion (The War in Heaven Book 1) |
by Jenn Lyons
$0.00, 401 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #43 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Opera
The war is over but our problems have only just begun.
The Sarcodinay were humanity’s benevolent masters, galactic guardians who saved us from apocalypse and claimed us as their long-lost children—and like any stern parent, they expected their children to behave.
A century of violence and conflict followed as humanity tried to overthrow its rulers, but when the Sarcodinay suddenly and without warning announce their surrender, the rebellion is left scrambling for a way to deal with an outcome no one could have predicted: victory.
Brash, unorthodox, and brilliant, Lieutenant Mallory MacLain has always been tolerated because of her successes against the enemy, but now faces an uncertain future with a government that no longer has a place for rebels. When Mallory witnesses the assassination of an important Sarcodinay official, she finds herself chasing a murderer that no one seems to want her to stop, and uncovering a truth about the war that could jeopardize the lives of thousands of people…including her own.
| Ancillary Take Off (Solar Justice Warriors Book 1) |
by Ayn Lucky
$0.00, 25 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (3 reviews), #32 in > Short Reads > 45 minutes (22-32 pages) > Humor & Entertainment
The war of the sexes is over and the women won it. War, crimes of violence, and patriarchal oppression have all been eliminated, transforming the world into the ultimate safe space. Planned Sisterhood's gender selection clinics have rid Gaia of men, but Mars is threatening the new utopia.
"This is a cease and desist demand letter. You are hereby directed to..." -[NAME REDACTED], Esquire
"...Godzilla roars as bullets bounced off its chest." -Ann, a Hugo Award winner
"This is so funny!" -A friend of mine who wants to borrow some money from me
The cast of characters:
Victoria Virago: 57 Star Admiral
Minnie Yun: Second-in-Command
Scotti: I'm my own Grandpaw
Gramps: Locked in the cellar
Ainsley: Autotuned headline news
Athena: Spaceship or woman?
Godzilla: Protector of Gaia
| Baronet: The Embarkation |
by Yevgen Katrych, Ostap Dzondza
$0.00, 255 pages, 3.0 out of 5.0 (1 review), #71 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Opera
His name is Rich Eyvur. He is the younger son of Oudor Eyvur, a stellar baron. His father knowingly sends him to wage a war for an alien cause, in an alien stellar system, on a planet barely explored by anyone before.
The masterminding puppeteers never actually expected that he would survive. But against all odds, he did – and found a way to escape afterwards.
What he discovered on the planet then attracted the attention of the rulers of the universe. And now there's only one thing left for Rich to do: make off, as far as possible, and take his trusted friends with him.
| The Battles for Zorphania Trilogy |
by T.C.R Baker
$0.00, 271 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #206 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Opera
Join two space adventurers, as they travel along the intergalactic highways, on their secret missions to infiltrate criminal underworlds... The first: Vaulkner, a tough experienced pilot, with an addiction to his reality gaming system... The second, Friggo, an even tougher, four armed, block headed Gringo, from the planet Gringon; cynical about his job, and his colleagues,especially Vaulkner. Follow them into the unpredictable dangers of the unknown. Their daring attempts to rid society of crime; leads them into a much more threatening situation. Involving an undiscovered alien race, that could spell the end of civilisation on Vaulkner and Friggo's home world Osgeth. Vaulkner and Friggo's journey should capture the imaginations of anyone who has ever wondered what societies in other galaxies could be like. As these two characters meet both friends,and enemies in equal measure, as they slowly uncover the evil plans of two formidable enemies to the Osgethiens; in this fast paced, exciting saga, where the action and adventure never stops...
| The Scout Trilogy: Three Planetary Romances (Scout series) |
by Henry Vogel
$0.00, 691 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #12 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Space Opera
Return to a future...
Of bold galactic explorers and lost space colonies, where beautiful heroines and brave heroes battle treacherous villains with swords and airships.
Return to a future...
Of planetary romance and high adventure, where action moves at the speed of light and danger lurks around every corner.
Return to the future... of The Scout Trilogy!
Here, for the first time in one volume, are the adventures of David Rice, Terran Scout First Class, who crash-landed on the lost world of Aashla, rescued and befriended Princess Callan, heir to the throne of Mordan, and found himself thrown from the space age to the steam age in the blink of an eye. Marooned without hope of rescue on a world of primitive airships, treacherous air pirates, royal court intrigues, and bloodthirsty monsters, David struggles to learn the ways of his adopted home-world, at the same time as he struggles with his growing feelings for Princess Callan and his iron determination to change just one thing: Aashla will not remain lost!