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  • L'Ultimo Gigante: Trasgressione

    by J. R. Hardesty
    Al centro del Mar dell'Alba giace la potente nazione isolana di Kalyria, faro di luce e di speranza per il mondo sin dalla sua creazione alla fine dei Tempi Bui quasi quattromila estati prima, ma ora, nell'Estate del Mondo 6097, qualcosa di malvagio sta arrivando. Minaccia non solo Kalyria stessa, ma anche il futuro di tutti quelli che la chiamano casa, siano essi stranieri o isolani. Uno di questi stranieri è il giovane Gigante Menannon, esiliato dalla sua stessa terra di Lornennog con l'acc... more
  • Flesh Eater

    by Travis M. Riddle
    Branded as a Flesh Eater, Coal is on the run from Palace Stingers: soldiers tasked with tracking down those who have consumed flesh and locking them away in specialized prisons. After a year of avoiding capture and struggling to scrape by working odd jobs for a local crime lord, Coal is growing desperate. He learns of someone in the city's underbelly who can erase his record, but her services don't come cheap. Seeing no other option, he enters a spiderback race with a grand prize valuable ... more
  • The Last Minder

    by Fish Phillips
    The Last Minder is a social science fiction thriller set in the past and future that follows Benny Moloney through life with undeveloped superpowers. A youth filled with dreams of demons (alien visitation), a church that abandoned his family, and the murder/suicide of his father and mother. This leads him into WW2. There he discovers his powers at great personal cost, leaving him dejected. He ignores his later Vietnam recall in favor of killing the priest responsible for his pain. Afterwards, he... more
  • The Boy Who Cried Christmas

    by Dennis Bailey
    9-year-old Logan Ailshie, the only son of well-to-do parents, was used to getting his way, especially during the holidays. For him, Christmas wasn’t just about making a list, but making sure it was long enough. He also had a reputation for embellishing the truth. That is until a chance meeting with an angel on the streets of Manhattan ends with a journey back in time to the birthplace of Christianity. Eventually, he makes his way home with a story that could change all their lives. He only has o... more
  • Centricity

    by Nathaniel Henderson
    In a condemned hotel, an intelligence operation to retrieve a DNA-altering bioweapon goes horribly wrong, sparking a scandal that could bring down an agency ... and a city along with it. Adasha Denali resolves disputes for Naion—using words, not weapons. But with her agency under fire and her mentor fed to the wolves, she’ll have to get her hands dirty. Racing to discover who’s undermining Naion’s security and why, Adasha runs headlong into corporate mercs, an engineered spy, and a man lo... more
  • California Demon

    by Debra Dunbar
    In New Hell, only the monsters survive. Eden Alvaro is a licensed Vulture, picking through the aftermath of violence in demon-plagued LA, and fencing her finds to help support her family. But when a crooked cop reports her for a salvage she didn’t take, all hell breaks loose. Stripped of her license, Eden finds herself with a price on her head. When the mercenaries hunting her raid her home, brutalize her family and abduct one of her sisters, Eden turns to the enigmatic Bishop—a man with a... more
  • World War 2.1

    by Mark E. McCann
    18-year-old Scott Breckinridge just wants to be left alone to play combat games on his computer and rack up kills. His plans are drastically altered, however, when his great-grandfather Walter has to move in due to failing health. Appalled by Scott’s gruesome video games, Walter voices his extreme displeasure: “WAR ISN’T A GAME…” He should know, he witnessed the horrors of battle firsthand as a young paratrooper during World War II. Scott only dismisses the bothersome old man, until he ... more
  • A Season of Ravens

    by J. R. Snyder
    Confronting werewolves, exploring haunted forests, calming angry spirits, and befriending ancient vampires. These are just a few of the tasks that Asher Norwood and his raven partner Aethon find themselves doing on any given day. Asher is a sin eater, a guild of mages that exists to combat dark magic wherever it rears its ugly head. Invoking the forces of nature to protect a society that looks down on him, Asher will stop at nothing to defeat the monsters that plague his world. Follow A... more
  • Samurai Barber Versus Ninja Hairstylist

    by Zed Dee
    Change is in the hair. Ninjas are wreaking havoc by cutting people’s hair without their permission. Behind this follicular terrorism is a master ninja, the Ninja Hairstylist, whose chaotic hairstyle embodies the anarchy that is about to tear the city apart. The Samurai Barber must step up and cut down the evil strands on the Ninja Hairstylist’s head. It is not just keratin that is at stake. The Samurai Barber must fight for one of the cornerstones of modern civilization; the freedom and se... more
  • THE C.O.D.E. CONSPIRACY

    by Boyer Depaul
    Former LAPD Captain Jon Diaz leads a rag-tag militia of humanoid rebels against oppressive government forces in a desperate attempt to avert America’s second civil war. During the Russian War of 2060, U.S. Military scientists launched a secret program designed to create the world’s first army of AI embedded super-soldiers. When chronic, random acts of violence began to plague the subjects, the military terminated the project, releasing the defective humanoids into civilian life. The fear, preju... more
  • Apostle

    by andrew moleschi
    A global pandemic changes all the rules. Governments, corporations, and families face a new reality. Corruption, narcissism, and cruelty surround everyone. A small group of truth-seekers understand the magnitude of the problem. These are, in fact, the end times. On assignment, US military pilot trainee Abigail Parks thinks she succeeds on her mission. Instead, she learns of the highest-level backroom deals to spread the virus and collapse the world’s economy. After escaping from the asylum w... more
  • No Man's Land

    by Ben Magid
    “My name is Rebel Anne Rae… and I am the last remaining human alive on planet Earth.” When the robot uprising began, humans fled a planet in cataclysmic decline — mistakenly leaving behind a solitary girl. Marooned in a dangerous, dystopian world ruled with oppressive technology, Rebel is forced to survive and avoid detection among androids intent on hunting her down. Her only chance for safety lies with Thomas, a young Mech willing to help reunite her with her people. Caught between ... more
  • Christmas Merchandise

    by christmas Merchandise
    Best collection for the nightmare before christmas merchandise, Buy Christmas clothes for men, Women and Kids. Hottest products for christmas season.
  • Wilbur Church (Mini)

    by Caleb Mapp
    When three boys enter a haunted house, assumed to be abandoned. They after find out, that the being is not very friendly.
  • Bound

    by P.L. Sullivan
    Shennan and Adin are two minds joined in a single body, one of the rare Bound. Bred and trained as an elite soldier, they protect the Polis’s clandestine First Contact Teams on new worlds. The Bound can be reanimated into a new body after death, and brutal deaths on hostile worlds are a price they willingly pay to protect the Polis. On Polis worlds, violence is long forgotten; equity and justice are universal. But when peaceful citizens transform into savage killers—the Mad—idyllic Polis worlds ... more
  • Venus Remembered

    by Ray Bradbury & Jason J. Marchi

    Available November 30, 2020 for the 100th anniversary year of the birth of Ray Bradbury

    ​Venus Remember - "All Summer in a Day" by Ray Bradbury and the inspired sequel "When the Rain Stops" by Jason Marchi

    ​"There's life on Venus! See for yourself... in two haunting, spectral stories of cold rain, poisoned jungle, and sickened hearts, penned by Ray Bradbury and Jason Marchi. As refreshing as an out-of-nowhere shower on a sun dazzling day." –... more

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