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  • Absorbing Lives

    by LT Anderson

    In a world where the high-tech Changers rule and the average person is expendable, Krystal Peterson was at the bottom of the bottom. Friendless, ugly, blemished and scarred, Krystal was a loner living on the street, destined to die young. She would have agreed to anything to change her miserable existence.

    When the Changers offered her redemption, good looks and immortality, Krystal made the deal of a lifetime. The assignment was easy: Infiltrate the Punks. Absorb ... more

  • Children of the Gods: Sequel to Mind vs. Matter

    by Konrad Koenigsmann
    IT HAD ALL BEEN A DREAM...Karl, Will, Pierre, and others realize that they are really only part of something greater than themselves. As they are plunged straight into a place where nothing is impossible, they become pawns for great beings fighting among themselves for ultimate control. A mysterious being known as the Entity, creator of this place, plans to free himself from his forcible exile and reclaim what he believes is rightfully his. To this end, he attempts to put several of the humans u... more
  • The Churel

    by M.J. McAleer
    On the edge of the Cynthia Forest, a 300-year-old evil has awoken... A Churel, or Chudail, is a menacing female ghost or witch out of South Asian Folkore. She appears as a hideous creature, but has the ability to shape-shift into a beautiful young female. Often, her feet are backwards. A Churel is born when this female dies during childbirth. The Churel is the story of the young Jameson Family, who purchase a Victorian fixer-upper on a sizable piece of land in New Havena charming town l... more
  • The Sorcerer Queen

    by Xianna Michaels

    This is the story of a kingdom that lies cursed for nearly a hundred years.  Now its aging king is determined to undo the curse before he dies, but every time he tries, great harm comes. For wrongs must be righted and lessons learned. He must find an elusive serpent and flowering vine, and a mysterious goldspun weaver. Above all, the king must face an ancient adversary hidden deep in a cave, the one who holds all the power, whom they call The Sorcerer Queen. An intricate, lyrical verse f... more

  • The Trials of the Core (Guardian of the Core Book 1)

    by Michael E Thies
    Change. The universe of Gladonus is on the precipice of such a thing when the Guardian of the Core EDWYRD ESKA sends out invitation letters to eight individuals to participate in the Trials. The novel opens with the main characters EIREK MOURSE, PRINCE HYDRO PAEN, and ZAIN BERRESE each receiving letters and making their way to the pick-up destination where they are then transported to the Central Core. It is there that the competition begins. These Trials range from scouring a labyrinth wi... more
  • The God Gene Chronicles: The Secret of the Gods

    by Projesh Banerjea
    Legend and lore lay the foundation for an exciting new series, which puts the deities of Hindu mythology center stage for a breathtaking, original superhero story. In The God Gene Chronicles: The Secret of the Gods by Projesh Banerjea [Inkarnare], the story follows a boy, who is the critical link between Hinduism and Buddhism, as he bridges the world of Gods and humans. While these two religions make up over 20% of the world’s population, there is a lack of protagonists to represent these cultur... more
  • Scions of Change (Cadicle Vol. 7): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    Change is on the horizon...

    As Raena's and Jason's training with the TSS nears completion, the return of the Aesir is imminent. Whether the Aesir are adversaries or allies will be put to the test as the final pieces of the Sietinens' plan to bring down the Priesthood fall into place.

    Facing an unstable political landscape and with the future of telekinetic abilities among the Taran people on the line, Wil and his family must wage one final war... more

  • Path of Justice (Cadicle Vol. 6): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    Tararia's future is in peril...

    In the years since the Bakzen war, Wil and Saera have raised a family on Earth outside the purview of the High Dynasties and Priesthood. Except, it's almost time for their teenage twins, Raena and Jason, to begin telekinesis training and they have no idea such abilities even exist.

    With the Bakzen threat eliminated, Wil hopes the TSS can offer them training without the need to commit to a ... more

  • Jem, a Foreigner in Philadelphia

    by Delaney Green
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, thirteen years before the Revolution. Apprentice physician Jem Connolly sets sail for the New World to escape Patch—an agent for a Dark power that wants to drain Jem’s inherited magic, Second Sight—and to fulfill the prophecy of her mentor in magic, Granny Kestrel, that Jem will find her destiny in America. In London, 14-year-old Jem studied with Ben Franklin; in the Colonies, Jem will stay with his wife, Deborah, and their daughter, Sally. When Jem's ship lands in Ph... more
  • To No End

    by Gaebrielle Wieck
    Alyx, a young girl who never thought that she would have to face anything more difficult than getting into college without an assault charge, is now faced with her father in the hospital slowly dying before her eyes, not knowing that the cause is an ancient evil. Following a mound of clues, she discovers the Necklaces of Iain, her father’s latest find from his archaeological research. Soon she finds herself and her brother, Duncan, trapped in the middle of a war between two powerful beings after... more
  • Percival Gynt and the Conspiracy of Days

    by Drew Melbourne
    The year is 20018. The famed magician Illuminari is dead, and his greatest illusion has died with him. Dark forces now seek the Engine of Armageddon, the anceint, sentient doomsday weapon that Illuminari hid amongst the stars. Enter Percival Gynt, accountant and part-time hero, whose quest to find the Engine before it falls into the wrong hands may be our universe’s last best hope for survival. It is a quest that will take him from the highest reaches of power to the lowest pits of despair an... more
  • Purgatorium

    by J.H. Carnathan
    When his watch resets to zero, his morning starts again. A handsome, young urban professional awakens inside his cavernous high-rise apartment. He is an emotionless drone of a man content with his self-structured regiment and amazing wealth, and he is totally oblivious to his abnormal lifestyle. Every day lasts an hour with the time always ending right at 60 minutes, giving him only 5 minutes to stay at one specific time zone in his structured routine. He keeps reliving the same day over and ove... more
  • TUNING IN: A Novel

    by Richard Roberts
    Jon Gunnarson never meant to transform humanity. He just wanted a normal life. A life where he doesn’t absorb other people’s emotions, lose himself and have to live like a hermit. So he jumps at the chance to help develop a scam telepathy app because it will get him to Bhutan, where he hopes an old friend will teach him how to disconnect. Sure, he has to work with Ella, a neuroscientist he’s falling in love with, and Venn, a fraudulent Marketer who’s wanted by the FBI. But Jon’s had a l... more
  • Fid's Crusade

    by David Reiss


    Fid's Crusade is a supervillainous tale of rage, grief, guilt and violence. Also, of humanity rediscovered.

    For more than two decades, the sight of the Doctor Fid's powered armor has struck fear into the hearts of hero and civilian alike. And yet—despite his hard-earned experience and the length of his criminal career—Doctor Fid can still be surprised by the depths to which his enemies might sink.

    Follow Doctor Fid's adventures as h... more

  • The Oppressed

    by Matt Thomas
    The survivors spitefully call them “Runners.” They escaped when the Hetarek, murdering or enslaving any humans they found, first seized the system. But, after nearly a generation, the Runners are returning to Earth. Bryan Howe leads Free Human Special Forces Detachment 8222. The twelve men and women, weathered by twenty-three homeless years of endless war, know failure but not surrender. They fight because they must, undaunted by the challenges of liberating Earth. The Hetarek rule the... more
  • Halcyon Park

    by Evan James Clark

    Archie Robledo is a hunted man. A veteran of the brutal anti-cybernetics wars, he awakens from a coma as the very thing he has fought against: a prototype super-soldier and walking nuclear weapon. His existence is a capital offense, punishable by dismantlement. Survival means living off the grid, using assumed identities and taking aid from underworld contacts. Offered work as an engineer at a beachfront park, he sees an opportunity to afford an escape into friendlier nations. Yet a seri... more

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