New free Time Travel Kindle books for 2017-03-19:

Onikymn Crystal
by RR Morris
$0.00, 510 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #7 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Kyle Larson’s wife unearths a unique crystal buried on the grounds of an ancient pyramid and then mysteriously vanishes. Nineteen years later, he revisits the site of her disappearance and is strangely transported in the midst of a hellish sandstorm in an unfamiliar place. The next morning he discovers a monument called the Onikymn and is rescued by an exotic alien female who whisks him away to her father, an Onikymn Overseer. He explains that the Onikymn crystal works in concert with the Earth’s sun, like a key, to open a dimensional portal between their worlds. Kyle agrees to return to Earth on a quest to find a lost crystal in exchange for being reunited with the love of his life.

It’s a race against time as he tracks down a sequence of clues that will lead him to the missing artifact. Beset from every direction by emerging threats, Kyle fights impossible odds against a malevolent nemesis with an impish army of nightmarish creatures, forced to engage in a world of danger and adventure that straddles the human and the supernatural, the past and the present, in search for the last Onikymn Crystal.

A spellbinding work of imaginative science fiction, RR Morris’ novel will impress readers with its command of historical epochs and alien intrigue….


The Raid of Balvenie and the Maiden Who Survived
by Cheri Gillard
$0.00, 142 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #10 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Jean Dixson, a heartbroken but resilient Scottish lass, survives horrific tragedy but loses everyone dear to her. While she struggles to cope after a violent assault, imperious men assert they have the authority to decide her fate at the same time that scheming demons fight for the right to claim her soul. With the loss of faith and a hardened heart, she is cast into realms she no longer believes exist. Follow her as she encounters the Celestials who introduce her to the Unseen Realm, and discover how her choices impact not only her, but the many people—especially Chloe—who will come after her in the continuing saga.

"The Raid of Balvenie and the Maiden Who Survived" is the prequel to the adventures of Chloe and her friends in the Nephilim Redemption Series. This “story before the story” now brings new insight and understanding to the events which lead up to the opening scenes of “Chloe’s Guardian.”

For established fans, characters that you’ve come to know in the trilogy appear with new clarity, with secrets revealed that have only been hinted at before. With this thrilling release, learn the untold story of what brings about that fateful night in “Chloe's Guardian” at Dunnottar Castle when the murderous and demon-possessed MacKay holds Horatius’ fate by the blade of his deadly sword.

For those readers new to the series, you’ll meet both delightful and frightful players who you’ll see again in the adventures of Chloe, providing you with a head start on the exciting three-book series.


The Hiyoch Equation: A Short Story of Many Lifetimes
by Don Geidel
$0.00, 15 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #20 in > Short Reads > 30 minutes (12-21 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Would you travel back in time to kill Osama Bin Laden and prevent the 9/11/2001 terrorist attack from occurring? The answer seems obvious, until you get there...


Back Again: A Short Story
by Andrew Nicolle
$0.00, 16 pages, 4.2 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #98 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel

Tom Granger, a prisoner trapped in Kingsworth penitentiary, finds himself defending the prison against an alien invasion.

He soon discovers the situation is even worse than he'd realized when he encounters the enemy's most terrifying weapon yet...

Back Again is a short story of 3000 words.



She
by H. Rider Haggard
$0.00, 330 pages, 3.9 out of 5.0 (230 reviews), #17 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
H. Rider Haggard’s classic tale of fantasy and adventure set in a lost world ruled by a two-thousand-year-old queen

On the occasion of his twenty-fifth birthday, Leo Vincey opens the locked iron box that is his birthright and finds an ancient potsherd. Following clues engraved on the relic, Vincey and the man who raised him, Cambridge professor Horace Holly, embark on a remarkable adventure that will take them from Victorian England to an uncharted region in East Africa. Surviving shipwreck, disease, and hostile natives, they discover a lost civilization no European has ever encountered-or lived to describe. They have entered the realm of the cruel and beautiful Ayesha, known to those who worship her as “She-who-must-be-obeyed.” For two thousand years, the white queen has been waiting-for what, Vincey and Holly are about to find out.

One of the bestselling novels of all time, She has held readers in its thrall for more than a century. Alongside Haggard’s other classic, King Solomon’s Mines, it established the conventions of the lost world fantasy genre, and has inspired some of our greatest thinkers and writers, from Sigmund Freud to J. R. R. Tolkien to Margaret Atwood.

This ebook has been professionally proofread to ensure accuracy and readability on all devices.


Luna Park (The Time Corps Chronicles Book 3)
by Heather Blackwood
$0.00, 334 pages, 3.8 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Book 3 of The Time Corps Chronicles

The Time Corps Chronicles is a fantasy series that moves from worlds much like our own to those where the mythical is real and the impossible is true. Clockworks, ancient spirits, time machines, talking animals and other things both beautiful and strange wait for the travelers daring enough to find them. But moving between worlds comes at a price.

Astrid dreams of escaping a dull job at the California boardwalk and moving to New York for art school. But after a series of unexplainable events, she is forced into a conflict spanning multiple worlds.

Her fate is tied to Yukiko, an odd woman with a puzzling abilities and dubious motives. Together, they must discover the secrets of the borderland between reality and illusion, their world and others.

Meanwhile, Astrid’s cousin Elliot has troubles of his own. One day, he’ll be Neil Grey’s partner in the Time Corps. But for now, he’s a young surfer with strange dreams, ones that could predict time slips and even the future.

The Time Corps aren’t the only ones who can create doors between worlds. And doors can open both ways.


Time Trick: A Short Story
by Nick Wisseman
$0.00, 15 pages, 3.1 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #71 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Jim’s let his mind wander to other women during sex with his wife before. He’s even strayed physically a few times. But he’s never cheated on her with a prostitute... until today.

Bad move: this hooker is a time machine. No, really. Sleeping with her transports Jim back to whatever intimate moment he’s thinking of when their act of adultery begins. At first the literal flashbacks are intoxicating, but when they cause him to destroy his present, they become the only means of salvaging what’s left of his life... and finally doing right by his wife.

“Time Trick” first appeared in Bewildering Stories, issue 351, August 2009.


Wells, H. G.: The Collection [newly updated] [31 novels] (Book House) (The Greatest Writers of All Time)
by H. G. Wells
$0.00, 4677 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > British > Short Stories
This book, newly updated, contains now several HTML tables of contents that will make reading a real pleasure!
The first table of contents (at the very beginning of the ebook) lists the titles of all novels included in this volume. By clicking on one of those titles you will be redirected to the beginning of that work, where you'll find a new TOC that lists all the chapters and sub-chapters of that specific work.
Here you will find the following 31 novels of H. G. Wells in the chronological order of their original publication:

- The Time Machine
- The Wonderful Visit
- The Island of Doctor Moreau
- The Wheels of Chance
- The Invisible Man
- The War of the Worlds
- Love and Mr Lewisham
- The First Men in the Moon
- The Sea Lady
- The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth
- Kipps
- A Modern Utopia
- In the Days of the Comet
- The War in the Air
- Tono-Bungay
- Ann Veronica
- The History of Mr Polly
- The Sleeper Awakes [revised edition of When the Sleeper Wakes]
- The New Machiavelli
- Marriage
- The Passionate Friends
- The Wife of Sir Isaac Harman
- The World Set Free
- Bealby
- Boon
- The Research Magnificent
- Mr. Britling Sees It Through
- The Soul of a Bishop
- Joan and Peter
- The Undying Fire
- The Secret Places of the Heart


The Maze: (Sci-Fi Screenplay)
by Douglas Bertolini
$0.00, 93 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #51 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Time Travel
Premise – Scientist’s experiment causes town to vanish, residents trapped in time. Male lead.

Dr. Edward Jennings, the lead research scientist at Stanford University, has been working on a project for several years to create sustainable cold fusion. He believes this can be attained by installing six of his superconducting electromagnetic field generators along the sixty-mile circumference of the atomic accelerator at Wayan, Nevada. The town of Wayan lies totally within the circumference of the accelerator. The town and its people are involved in research including cleaner forms of energy, alternative power sources, high yield farming, and experimental small aircraft. Wayan also has an experimental 200-acre solar panel field, which produces power for the town and accelerator, making Wayan self-sufficient.

Dr. Jennings sends his two assistants back to Stanford to run various experiments related to an odd occurrence they noticed after the first experiment. While his assistants are at Stanford, he goes forward with a full power experiment assisted by the facility manager, Dr. Karen Brooks (a future love interest.) The full power experiment accidentally creates a time distortion, causing them, the accelerator and the entire town to time-travel some 400 years into the future! With all outside communications to the town cut off, Dr. Jennings flies one of the small aircraft out to contact the authorities in Las Vegas to see if they’ve been affected by solar flares (which he believes is the reason for the communications blackout.) He finds Las Vegas in ruins -- possibly from a nuclear war that occurred hundreds of years ago.

Realizing they have somehow traveled into the future, Dr. Jennings attempts to reverse the process and return everyone home to 2006, but instead ends up in the year 2036 -- thirty years into the future from where they started. The current government reunites him with his assistants (who are now in their mid fifties.) This future is laden with heavy pollution and global energy concerns. The government has been conducting research on time-travel ever since the town’s disappearance. Now with the advantageous appearance of Wayan’s accelerator, this government intends to move the townspeople out and move in the latest military armament, then transport back to 2006 for a preemptive strike on the OPEC nations. For in the future, OPEC gains military prowess along with nuclear weapons, and begins strong-arming the U.S. with ever increasing oil prices. His now older, yet still trusted assistants inform him of the impending dangers for the town’s people and the world if the military gains control of the accelerator. Dr. Jennings’ team reconfigures the accelerator using the research his assistants have conducted for the past thirty years. A bright flash is seen from space occurring in the western region of the U.S., leaving us with a pristine cloud cover, indicating they have returned somewhere in the past.

Dr. Jennings and Dr. Brooks (voice only) are heard saying:

Brooks (V.O.)
Do you think we’re back in our time?

Jennings (V.O.)
(keystrokes)
We’ll know soon enough.

Jennings attempts to uplink to a satellite that should be in orbit -- that is if they’re back, in their time!


Bleeding Star Chronicles #14- Shadows and Tall Trees (The Bleeding Star Chronicles)
by Ethan Russell Erway
$0.00, 51 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #118 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Military > Space Fleet
Note: This novella is also available in Bleeding Star Chronicles Collection 3.

Sarah Winchester is a woman on a mission- the most important mission of her life. In order to stop the malevolent Krimson King, she must gain the confidence of the man closest to him, and come up with a plan to defeat him before his conquest begins. As Sarah struggles with the morality of her actions, she is confronted with one burning question- will the end justify the means?