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  • FLOORING SERVICES IN UAE

    by ASHIK THOMAS
    . The covering point and materials we choosen for the deck material relies upon the customers basics and a section of the time we will pick by us on the customers where don't have any proposals. We are in like manner the standard deck temporary workers in dubai. The confirmation of which material , gaining and isolating through ground surface with the structures all reasons behind restriction worried with the floor can be gotten a handle on by the redmagmauae more
  • The Black Sky

    by Timothy D. Minneci
    Set in a dangerous post-apocalyptic, near-future Manhattan, THE BLACK SKY tells the gripping story of a group of survivors, some living in a lawless wasteland, others safely inside a walled city, caught in the ticking clock adventure of an extraordinary mission to save one man, unlock the truth of humanity’s near extinction, and risk it all to be reunited with the ones they love - a thrilling debut novel that illuminates the power of family, survival against all odds, and hope in dark times.
  • The Last God of Earth

    by AJ Vanderpoel

    TWO LIVES, FOREVER CHANGED BY VIOLENCE, MAGIC, AND LOVE

    The world is built on the bones of long-forgotten gods, and in the vast deserts of Ifriqya, Tamourte’s adventurous life as a fast-talking con-artist and low-rent summoner barely masks his unwanted alienation from his clan.

    When an opportunity to get his fingers into a lavish caravan destined for the Empire of Ghana arises, Tam leaps at the chance, only to find himself confronted with an unexpected cargo.

    Sjau is m... more

  • Echoes of Another: A Novel of the Near Future

    by Chandra Clarke
    Echoes explores the unintended consequences of an exciting new brain recording technology in a near-future Toronto. In a market saturated with dystopian and post-apocalyptic tales, this braided narrative offers a cautiously optimistic view of the future and has a solarpunk vibe.
  • I am William McGuire

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    The true story of William McGuire, an innocent in an age of cynicism, and a stranger in a strange land, who must find his own way in Homo sapiens society, as told by himself.
  • Jeremiah Trueman

    by Joe Douglas Trent
    A helicopter accident in the Nevada desert sends disgraced financial advisor Jay Trueman on a journey of terror, discovery, and, perhaps, redemption. Culling wild mustangs from a helicopter is a soul-killing job, but to Jay that doesn’t matter. He surrendered his soul ten years ago when he cheated his friends and neighbors out of their savings. Now, with a band of terrified horses trapped and awaiting execution, Jay spies a solitary figure below. Then the world goes haywire and the chopper wh... more
  • Hera's Heroes

    by Mark Accola
    Doyenne, the 2nd oldest living vampire and her cult has found Dracula's body. She seeks to revive him and enact his plan to use Pandora's Box to unleash an army of monsters and take over the world. There is only 1 group that can stop them. A small band of misfits that call themselves Hera's Heroes. Will they be able to stop Dracula himself?
  • Blight Marked (Ethereal Earth Book 3)

    by Josh Erikson

    Becoming a target is never great, but it’s a little worse when the people trying to kill you are technically the good guys.

    Gabe escaped the Ether with the ultimate prize, and he thought that meant he was done with deadly cosmic games. But the nightmares infesting his life have different plans, and they’re not asking nicely before dragging him back in. It turns out holding all the power in the universe doesn’t mean much if you have no idea what to do with it. So togeth... more

  • El Vendedor de Sueños

    by Qinfeng Zhang
  • A Small Gray Dot

    by Bea Cannon

    Tennessee Murray, out of college for three years, has realized his ambition to teach and his dream of publishing a book, and is preparing to marry the love of his life. Things can only get better, right?

    He thinks so. That is, he does until the morning he awakens and his fiancée is not in their apartment. He steps out into an unexpected and unusual fog to go looking for her and finds himself in a waking nightmare. Something has happened. It is sudden, it is deadly, and it is inex... more

  • Ocean Born

    by Jacob Kophamer
    There was a time when Ocean Born and Land Dweller lived as one. A prosperous time that would only be marred by a king so powerful, so in touch with his soul, that he would even create life. Corrupted by this power, his ways turned dark, and the world fell with him. I was the only one with the ability to dream of stopping their madness. I did not realize the cost would prove far greater than the benefit. A life for a life, replace by Wrought. The line of Land Dweller kings now broken, ch... more
  • Species Traitor: A Science Fiction Dystopian Novel

    by Kate L. Mary
    My name is Ava Mendoza, and I am a species traitor. They came hoping to find a new home after their own planet was destroyed, but Earth was dying as well, and most humans saw their arrival as an invasion. Now, two decades later, the Veilorians have been banished to the District, a fenced-in area on the outskirts of the last known livable land on Earth. Most people do their best to pretend they don’t exist, but not everyone. There are humans, like my cousin, who see them for what they are. Des... more
  • Over the Horizon

    by Jean Watters

    Maya journeys through multiple dimensions searching for her future. But will she know her destiny when she finds him?

    On the brink of death, Maya and Jack are transported to the International Consciousness Agency. The citizens of planet Caeruleum know it as the ICA.  Aquarius—Jack’s ex-girlfriend and ICA director—executes shocking experiments on dying human subjects.

    In another dimension, the messenger promises Maya a future worth hoping for if she can chang... more

  • The Holding (The End Time Saga Book 5)

    by Daniel Greene
    The seeds of mutiny are growing... The northernmost outpost of the eastern flank has gone dark. Captain Steele and the commanders of Operation Homefront shift forces north to discover what happened to the Marines stationed there. But, all is not right at Camp Forge. An outbreak of debilitating illness ravages through the base, forcing Gwen on a journey through Iowa to find medicine to treat the sick, including her niece. Meanwhile, the tension is building between the various factions ho... more
  • Tundras, Travelers, and Other Travesties

    by Amara Lynn
    Eis has lived on a solar powered outpost in a tundra covered land all zir life. After zir parents passing, Eis is left to maintain the outpost alone, struggling to do so between chronic pain flare ups, waiting for the day a traveler might come in need of a warm bed and a meal. A day Eis thinks might never come, until a mysterious craft crashes into one of the solar panels. Eis never expected a traveler to come out of the craft, or for him to be so captivating and beautiful. Everything Eis ... more

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