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  • Blessed Lands Egypt

    by J Carrell Jones
    Blessed Lands Egypt - The year is now, but things are very different. Ancient Egypt never became ancient. Libyans, Nubians and Assyrians never invaded. The Thirtieth Dynasty repelled the Persians in 343 BC. and Egypt entered a long period of expansion. Syria, Greece and all of Africa conquered. Rome fell before it truly began. Most of Europe and Parts of Asia were absorbed. Egypt became the dominant country from the 18th through the 20th century. The Blessed Lands embraced peace after a long blo... more
  • Enemy Me

    by J Carrell Jones

    Pete Walker died . . . again . . . and again . . . and again . . . The very profitable pharmaceutical behemoth Forever Life, Inc. was ready to start Human trials using a new wonder drug that was going to liberate the world. Every disease known - cured. Every handicap or birth defect - eliminated. You don't like your hair texture? Your eye color? Skin color? Height? One small pill taken at night, a short drug induced coma, and several days later - a new you. The problem was that Pete feare... more

  • B00VKTDWD2

    by baibin nighthawk
    The year is 2117. Dhungwana, the only remaining dry land on the planet Earth, is governed by the Federal Communities. Humanity, organized through a strict social reputation index, lives to the dictum "I belong, ergo sum". Ian and Dayla, the main characters, have a brilliant social life until Dayla accidentally intercepts classified financial data concerning her employer, the BlueGray Corporation, while Ian identifies genetic modifications that have appeared in one of Dhungwana’s main food sourc... more
  • Shrivers: The Substrate Wars 3

    by Jeb Kinnison

    Main characters: JUSTIN SMITH - Everyman Californian engineer turned leader of the rebel government. STEVE DUONG - Vietnamese prodigy who discovered quantum gateways and substrate computation. SAMANTHA WEST - Justin’s wife, well-bred daughter of LA movie producer. Expert on economics and diplomatic leader. KATHERINE SMITH-WEST - ‘KAT’ – Precocious 10 yo daughter of Justin and Samantha. DYLAN FOSTER - Samantha’s former abusive boyfriend, exiled to prison planet Pa... more

  • The Teristaque Chronciles

    by Aaron Frale
    Kal has always been considered too “fragile” to participate in the village activities. Her lithe stature seems to link her to her father, and distance her from everyone else. He left the village to fight in the Teristaque Wars and never returned. She meets Sarge, a strange star species of the human race who seems to know the secret of the patch from her father’s uniform. Kal has always known she is different than her fellow villagers, and finally she may be closer to finding out why.
  • Casting in Stone

    by Morgan Smith
    They said ill winds blew at her back. They said she was cursed, a hex, and a jinx. And it was true: everywhere she went, no matter what she did, misfortune seemed to follow in her wake. But that, of course, wasn’t the worst of it. The evil that seemed to track Caoimhe throughout her life had caused many tragedies. She fled her old life, trying to lose herself in anonymity , but the unholy circumstances of her birth, and the machinations of those who sought to use her existence to further their ... more
  • A Spell in the Country

    by Morgan Smith
    What if you weren’t what heroes are made of? What if your life was an open book? What if you were just an ordinary soldier, with ordinary skills and ordinary goals? What if you weren’t “The Chosen One” but still had to try to save the world? Lured into treason and only narrowly escaping the gallows, Keridwen was desperate to build some kind of life for herself. But between demons bent on death and mayhem, treachery at the very heart of the kingdom, and a prince who had every right to nurse a gr... more
  • Dark Age

    by Felix O. Hartmann
    In 2154 the world as we know it has fallen into oblivion. Mankind lives decimated and scattered in the remnants of the old world. But only few know what really happened. Growing up in a secluded city ruled by a dogmatic tyrant, Adam watches hunger starve the poor, sickness claim the young, and war kill his three older brothers. Turning seventeen, he has one year left before being forced to join the Grey Guard and follow his brothers into the unknown. Wanting to put an end to the broken system an... more
  • Cloaks

    by F. A. Fisher
    Some doors are better left unopened.... All Bess Nyland wanted to find was a different way out of Mr. Heldrick's basement. She didn't expect the door she opened to lead into another world. She didn't realize that, within minutes, she'd be running for her life from cloaked, knife-wielding riders. And she never dreamed that, in her struggle to return home, she would receive the most help from a dark and sinister character out of legend. If she had, she would have taken the stairs....
  • The Wrath of Con

    by Daniel Younger

    Brie Cassiday is cursed—and a bungled safecracking job with a race against the clock to pay off her father's debt are only the beginning. Enter confidence man Josh Harlan, whose pranks and overblown ego send Brie’s world spinning. Now, her only option is to join forces, and what unfolds is zany caper of unwittingly mystical proportions.

    Set amid the glitzy backdrop of Las Vegas, Brie and a pithy band of thieves embark on an adventure including: ninja courtesans, an unscrupulous casino m... more

  • Red Desert - Back Home

    by Rita Carla Francesca Monticelli
    They've succeeded in escaping. And they're going back home. But they aren't alone. Now that the adventure on Mars is over, what will become of Earth? The final book in the science fiction series "Red Desert". Earth. It's their home, they were born and raised there, but at the same time they've never set foot there. And so the deep feelings that Anna and Hassan have as they return to their own planet, after almost five years, are mixed with the marvel of the foreign entity they bring wi... more
  • Super Starrella: New Adult Superhero Adventure (Secret Supers Book 1)

    by Aurora Springer
    Teen superhero, Starrella, and her flying horse combat vicious villains in the skies of Atalanta. The quiet summer before her freshman year turns frighteningly weird after Estelle Wright trespasses onto an Army base. Blown into the air and knocked unconscious, she wakes with a nascent superpower. Not to mention a winged horse with a snarky attitude and a mind of her own. Back home in Atalanta, a serial killer is targeting the students at Goldman University. Before long she must juggle colleg... more
  • Fire Danger

    by Claire Davon

    All her life, a faint memory of her parents and fire has glowed at the back of Rachel Quinn's mind. With her parents long dead, there is no one to clarify what it means.

    When a gorgeous winged man rescues her from a pack of werewolves, something flares to life inside Rachel. Suddenly she can see the paranormal world around her, a world unseen by mortals. And far more complicated.

    When Phoenix's massive orange-and-red wings erupt from his back, he knows his Challenge-an age... more

  • The Inhibited

    by Jay Saph
    In 2016, the UK Government legalised all recreational drugs. But what if it went disastrously wrong? “The Inhibited” is a futuristic tale set in 2042. It follows the life of Declan Smith, a young aggrieved student intent on uncovering the truth. Smith believes the key to political change lies in understanding the past, but he soon finds out the greater challenge is the discovery of his own soul.
  • Why Edward Morley Didn't Win the Nobel Prize in Physics

    by Les Hardison
    At a critical point in the development of modern physical theory, two dedicated scientists determined that the speed of light was independent of the velocity of the system in which the measurement was. They could not explain how this could be true, and it was left to Albert Einstein to provide the answer. But, his solution, Special Relativity, raised more questions some of which are still unexplained. Did Edward Morley let the correct answer slip away?
  • The Man of Cloud 9

    by Adam Dreece

    In the late 21st century, the world is accustomed to being ravaged by floods. Business continues in Manhattan despite the regular tsunamis, and kids learn about the quake that took California. The greatest casualty has been the abandoned belief in a brighter tomorrow. Innovation is about the here and now. Anything else is seen at best as a distraction. At worst, a threat, bringing back the age of hubris and self-indulgence.

    Niko Rafaelo cannot let go of his idea... more

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