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by Shemar FrazierIn a post-apocalyptic earth, a group of teenagers are forced to embark on a dangerous quest, upon witnessing a world-changing event in their first mission outside the kingdom Olympus. They quickly learn that this occurrence is capable of ending The Age of Zombies, however, their oppressors soon obtain news of this incident as well. These teens must combat the undead army, the world government's elite enforcers, bandits searching for easy targets, and most deadly of all, each other in their pe... more
by Hieronymus HawkesWhen recording every aspect of your life has become the law, what happens when your connection to the world is severed? Pursued by a relentless government agent, Cole’s on the run to solve the mystery before they shut him up permanently.
by Nick BruechleIn the future, society is divided into Gobblers; oxygen-addled and fame-addicted citizens; and Sharps, the ruling elite who live in a secret city called the Bastion, where they imbibe a high carbon dioxide atmosphere. The Gobblers work 15 hours per week, mostly in surveillance, and spend their spare time watching and interacting with YouStar in their Cocoons. The Psyman traces the lives of three friends, Biz, Necker and Bock, and their teacher Gneiss, in the years immediately after the tr... more
by J.L. KodankoThe prince cannot be saved without his brother... Rescued by Khan’s extraordinary sacrifice, Reka and her friends are alive and well. Troubled by what tortuous fate might await the magic wielding prince, their search leads them to his reclusive brother Yuriel, who would prefer to be left alone for another few centuries. Yuriel holds some of the answers Reka is so desperately searching for, especially as she explores what it means to be an Empathetic. Reka will have to convince the cantankerous ... more
by Lloyd ChiassonAs Hurricane Isla batters his grandparents’ house, nine-year-old Gus experiences excitement and y of all: fear. To ease the boy’s nerves, his grandfather begins to read four stories Gus’s great grandfather wrote and always swore were true. As the grandfather begins to read each story, Gus is magically transported to the humorous and mystical world of Ranatanland. In this enchanting place, Gus meets a mind-reading dragon, a talking tree, and two teenagers who seek out adventure. ... more
by Samuel CorreaDavid Argentino is a troubled youth about to begin a school year in a distant future where wars and revolutions have plagued the earth, and where, at an unknown location, the world’s largest school still stands.. The school is Saris, a prison-like institution run with an iron fist by the tyrannical principal known only as Headmaster. Battling depression, and a need to escape his past, David struggles to fit in. He meets the sensitive Marie, and love ensues. David delves deeply into intense soul-... more
by Rosemary Anne MillsTwo young, related British soldiers, who died in battle in different ‘time zones’ are sent from heaven back to Earth to complete a quest: to deliver an important ‘message’ to mankind. The story aims to test mankind’s beliefs when faced with an unforeseen happening that is beyond reasoning and control. Time travel plays an essential element to allow the two main characters to overcome their own confusion and fears.The tone of the novel is portrayed by humorous stories exchanged between the two m... more
by I. H. JamesWith a terminal global war about to eliminate the human species, a group of NASA-led pioneers leave Earth on a four-year journey to try and inhabit Proxima B – rotating around our nearest star-neighbour, Proxima Centauri – captained by the happy-go-lucky Jamie Fraser, together with Anna, his attractive West Indian second-in-command and co-pilot, Petra, a New Zealand Maori. On-board is Michael, a young innovative astrophysicist specialising in black holes and time, who, because of paranormal expe... more
by Gerald J. StalterA Riveting and immersive story in which freddie must use his ghost seeking abilities to help save humanuty during the approach of a dark fantasy war. As freddie embarks on his Journey with william, reader will become invested in their relationship, in addition to the numerous surprises the duo encounters. From beginning to end, readers will be immersed in the characters' adventures and shocked as the boy's learn information that can completely change thier fates.
by mickey mikkelsonBy International Bestselling author V.S. Holmes Without Earth, Nel has nowhere left to run Hot-tempered Dr. Nel Bently is not cut out to save the world. After her last project ended in fire and death, Nel must put aside distrust of just about everyone and embark on a lo-fi search for a deadly radio transmission. Except Earth’s survivors are torn between the austere superpower of IDH and the high-tech, grassroots Los Pobledores. More allies go missing at every turn, and Nel questions whe... more
by John Charles ReedburgWhich would you trust---an abusive human or a comforting orb of light? When a young boy is locked in a dark closet by his mother, he begins his relationship with “The Other Side.” Cracks of Light is the first book in a series of short novels centered around human relationships with the supernatural.
by Cas E CroweIn a war-torn world, teenage prisoner Zaya Wayward is conscripted into the Haxsan Guard, but when malevolent forces haunt her, she suspects her ability to see the dead is the key in a sinister plot to annihilate human existence.
by Josh SchlossbergHunger that changes you…consumes you…turning you into a nightmare version of what you once were. From desolate snowy mountains and apocalyptic wastelands to New York’s sex clubs and virtual encounters, Denver Horror Collective brings you, dear reader, visions of horror inspired by the Wendigo.
by Lindsay Myers
Aoife, the 8 year old protagonist gets bitten by her pet gerbil who mistakes her finger for food. She does not know how to get him to let go so she goes all around the house asking different members of her family for help. They all offer her advice but nothing works until her dad tells her to put the gerbil down on a desk, realising that he is never going to let go if he is hanging suspended from her finger. As soon as Aoife does this he lets go and they are friends again.
by Jane TaylorIn a dimension that is invisible to humans and inhabited by magical beings, four companions embark on a journey to free a friend and a large number of pollinating insects from the clutches of a diabolical wizard who is himself captivated by the most powerful Sorceress ever known. They are sustained in their quest by humour, affection and loyalty as they courageously battle the age-old evils of cruel greed and unfettered ambition. Honey Mountain is a story of light-hearted magical realism with... more
by Calvin FisherFor ten years, the earth has known nothing but suffocation. Sweeping clouds of neon death cover the surface, peeling away humanity layer by layer. The pressure of self-preservation forces survivors to harden their hearts. Mark Northfield stands as an exception. Operating as a lone mercenary, his only comfort is the memory of his dead wife. He lives by two final promises to her: never let go of life, and never let the world turn him into someone worse than the man she married. When a vengef... more