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  • Dreamtime: The Gil-Garem (Volume 1)

    by C. S. Benjamin
    [ A thrilling tale of love, war, intrigue, and the lengths people will go to live together in peace. ] In the year five-million forty-six, the Sorisentine Dominion fought a fierce war against the Gil-Garem. By its close, many outlying Dominion cities were left in ruins, their citizens dead or abandoned, and the Gil-Garem were driven to extinction. Edmund Mortani's wife died in the war. That was ten years ago, and Edmund wants nothing more to do with the Dominion, going so far as founding... more
  • Nightscape: Cynopolis

    by David W. Edwards
    In Nightscape: Cynopolis, a former counterculture radical starts a thought-virus that turns Detroit’s dogs feral and its underclass into jackal-headed beasts. The city erupts in chaos and nightmare violence. Communication in or out is impossible. The skies fill with lethal drone copters and airships bristling with heavy-duty cannon. Abandoned to their separate fates among hordes of monsters, the few surviving humans must find a way to elude the military blockade preventing their escape or defeat... more
  • Shadows of Atlantis: Awakening

    by Mara Powers
    Atlantis is an idyllic paradise where citizens are meant to live in alignment with nature, and reach their highest potential. They have thrived for thousands of years, powering their cities by feeding mindlight donations to the Crystal Grid, which connects the people psychically. But the Grid has been infiltrated by shadows, terrifying parasite creatures who stimulate and feed off the negative emotions of humans, ; an epidemic called the madness. There are those, however, who have been born with... more
  • The Thirteenth Monk (Book Two of Bartholomew the Adventurer Trilogy)

    by Tom Hoffman

    The Bartholomew the Adventurer Trilogy is a story of spiritual transformation wrapped in a romping tale of adventure set in the far distant future after humans have vanished from the planet. The protagonist is a rather silly and self centered rabbit named Bartholomew who sets out in search of a missing object which he is unable to describe or name. Along the way he meets his adventuring companion, Oliver T. Rabbit, a brilliant scientist who also undergoes a deep transformation in the trilogy,... more

  • The Eleventh Ring (Book One of Bartholomew the Adventurer Trilogy)

    by Tom Hoffman

    The Bartholomew the Adventurer Trilogy is a story of spiritual transformation wrapped in a romping tale of adventure set in the far distant future after humans have vanished from the planet. The protagonist is a rather silly and self centered rabbit named Bartholomew who sets out in search of a missing object which he is unable to describe or name. Along the way he meets his adventuring companion, Oliver T. Rabbit, a brilliant scientist who also undergoes a deep transformation in the trilogy,... more

  • The Ungoverned

    by Jaq C. Reed
    Ara is Code Yellow. In a world of assignment, there is no choice. Ara lives, works, and breathes under the rule of the Governance. It’s a race against time, as every minute is counted down off her clock of life. The annual cull of the population threatens her friends, family; everyone close to her. Missteps lead to questioning and torture. She is genetic perfection; the impure of the Nation are cast out and terminated. Mingling with anyone outside of Rank brings with it the possibili... more
  • Decomposition

    by KM Boze
    Zombies are on a rampage all over the world and keep increasing in number. They live and breath for whatever they can sink their rotten and decayed teeth into. Xyla and her American friends are trying their best to stay alive and free from the zombie virus. On their journey, some might get in contact with the virus while others might even die. Everyone is on the run not knowing where to turn. Xyla knows that this is all her doing, but does she tell Hunter? Will Xyla's European friends be able to... more
  • The Uske

    by Mary Beth Bass
  • in the place where she fell

    by Mary Beth Bass
  • Skysplitter

    by Deepak Menon
  • DEAD: Snapshot--Portland, Oregon

    by TW Brown
    The world of the DEAD has come to your doorstep. TW Brown's best-selling series is now unfolding around the world in cities and one-stoplight towns alike. The first stop is his very own Portland, Oregon. Meet Ken Simpson, a retired police officer, Rose Tinnes, a newly divorced woman trying to get her life back in order, and Jason Edwards, a man recently paroled and looking forward to his freedom. These three people form the nucleus of an unlikely group who will struggle to survive as their city ... more
  • Nightwish (An Echoes of Eternity Novel Book 1)

    by Sydney Bristow
    Serena Sykes just discovered that the mother, identical twin sister, and niece she never knew existed…are the last remaining witches on the planet. That is, except for Serena, who recently received her own limited, albeit wildly erratic supernatural abilities. But her newfound family isn’t interested in helping her master those gifts. After all, Serena’s mother has been communicating beyond the veil with the first witch in their line, a sorceress named Zephora who hopes to return to this dim... more
  • The Last Iron Horse

    by Kristan Cannon

    Derek swore he would never get pulled into another adventure after nearly being killed protecting Lively, but after returning to Whitefish he learns Garrett was at the nearby High Falls. Still recovering from the injuries gained in Lively--against the advice of Sheridan--and with no guarantee of still finding his friend alive he embarks on an expedition up to High Falls to find Garrett.

    Garrett was lucky to survive his betrayal by Dane. While his anger is enough to drive a need for reve... more

  • After Oil

    by Kristan Cannon

    The residents of the small town of Whitefish were used to feeling forgotten and digging their own way out of the snow, but during one of the coldest winters on record, as fuel finally runs out and civilization crumbles around them, Derek, Sheridan and Garrett realize that it’s not just the snow they need to dig their way out of.

    Garrett is the site manager at the nearby hydro-electric dam – the one thing which might help Whitefish make it through the unforgiving winter. Stra... more

  • Pig Iron

    by David James Keaton

    A risible struggle between love and subversion of the western genre, PIG IRON takes place in the desert town of Aqua Fría after the wells have run dry, where crazed townsfolk drink whiskey instead of water, priming their bodies, as well as their situation, for combustion. Myths are exploded, horses are treated with little respect, atheist preachers hurl Bible quotes without irony, and villains and heroes sweat booze as their time runs out. They have three days before they die of dehydr... more

  • Graveyard of Empires

    by Lincoln Cole

    Argus Wade was born in the Ministry and knew from an early age that he was different. The threat of death, and worse, was constantly in his life because of his special gifts. He tried to protect his daughter from this fate, hiding her from the Ministry, but his worst fears are on the brink of coming to light as the Ministry closes in. If they discover that she is his child, or worse that he kept her from them, then both of their lives will be at risk. 

    Discovered in the far re... more

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