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  • The Last Resistance: Dragon Tomb

    by Ricardo Alexanders

    The year is 1939. Captured archaeologist Chuan-Jay Hoo is conscripted by Japanese army to work on the excavation of an ancient tomb in China, a process that unearths the secret of alien involvements in Chinese history.

    The excavation ends; but China is still in dire need of help. Teamed up with Dr. Harry Jones, an American adventurer and a close friend of President Roosevelt, Chuan-Jay returns to the tomb and successfully persuades the guardians of the tomb to interfere human affairs. H... more

  • Thornfruit (The Gardener's Hand Book 1)

    by Felicia Davin
    There were two secrets in Varenx House, and Alizhan was one of them. Alizhan can’t see faces, but she can read minds. Her mysterious ability leaves her unable to touch or be touched without excruciating pain. Rescued from abandonment and raised by the wealthy and beautiful Iriyat ha-Varensi, Alizhan has grown up in isolation, using her gift to steal secrets from Iriyat’s rivals, the ruling class of Laalvur. But Iriyat keeps secrets of her own. When Alizhan discovers that she isn’t the only... more
  • Virtual Grunt

    by Barnaby Quirk
    Thirteen-year-old Bobby Thomas knows the Everything League grand prize is way out of his reach. As a grunt, he provides challenges to the premier players of the VR game. When he suspects that the competition is rigged, the dangers of the virtual world start to rub off on reality. Bobby must unmask the cheater before he and his friends suffer a real-life game over.
  • The Emperor's Regret

    by Barbara A Pierce
    The Emperor's Regret is an original folktale that tells the story of a popular young emperor who makes the decision to denounce his former lifestyle for another. When he is brought face to face with a surprisingly reality, it changes his way of looking at his very own existence. Can he endure the twist and turns his life is about to take? While on nighttime Safari trip in Botswana, Africa, Barbara witnessed a leopard stalking baboons for an evening meal. For her, it was a very tense moment. L... more
  • The Saint James Conspiracy

    by Jessica Murphy
    Mackellan Kirby, professor of Ancient Religious Studies, with some ongoing connection to the British SAS, is enjoying retirement in Ireland, when he discovers an anomaly in the Dead Sea Scroll he has been entrusted with translating. Always ready to solve any mystery, he enlists the aid of his American niece and nephew. Their search takes them to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela, in northern Spain, the goal of thousands of pilgrims every year. But their holiday jaunt immediately turns dead... more
  • Secret Whispers

    by Jacqui Hyde
    George Morgan is a boy in his early teens who lives in the West Country. He attends a fairly large private boys? school where, on one particular summer?s, day, he meets the new school caretaker ? a man who changes his whole way of living. George and his family are to be staying with an elderly aunt who lives by the Welsh coast ? a secluded place but one that is always full of excitement. The cottage and coastal area in this village belong to his aunt, but he is soon to uncover secrets that have ... more
  • Alex Vega and the Oracle of the Mayans

    by D.J. and M.A. Burchell
    A young boy is yanked from his home and brought by his parents to a hidden international organization of guardians who have mastered the incredible energy of the Zero Point Field. An energy that can destroy mountains, help build pyramids, or protect the earth from a foretold alien attack that could come at any time. When his parents are given the mission to find an unknown enemy, their son, Alex, is sent to attend the underground training school, where he learns all about a secret International... more
  • Broken Branches

    by Ben Ellis
    All men are sterile. Fertility drugs are given only to couples whose genetic matches are approved. Those without a family history to prove their genetic heritage are outcast from society. Grace is a broken branch. As an orphan, she has no link to The National Family Tree, so she and her husband, Tom, are ecstatic when they’re approved to have a baby. But that was the easy part. Grace’s twin brother inadvertently gets a girl pregnant after a one-night stand, and his girlfriend isn’t happy beca... more
  • The Subjects, Method: The truth doesn't always set you free (The Subjects Trilogy Book 2)

    by P.R. Castle
    All you want is answers! But if it came at the price of losing your family, identity and safety, would you still keep digging? After narrowly escaping the Professor’s deadly trap, the Subjects are left with a new mystery. What is The Guardian Project? As they unravel the mystery of the Professor’s past, a shocking discovery threatens to tear their new-found family apart. The Subjects need to decide if they should walk away or fight to find out who was behind the Lab and their ca... more
  • The Subjects, Aim (Volume 1)

    by P.R. Castle
    Imagine freedom after 18 years of imprisonment in a secret laboratory. What would you do to the man - the Professor - who performed cruel experiments on you? When Subject B and her sister, Subject A finally escape the lab, freedom is still out of reach, as memories of the lab haunt them, and they are driven by the obsession to find out why this happened to them. As Subject A tries to control the darkness within her sister, Subject B is faced with the choice to forgive the Professor or t... more
  • The Hood of Aalayfa: Book 1

    by Sylvia Ioannides
    Cloaked in the mists of Mesopotamia sleeps the world of Aalayfa, an alternate reality born from the vision of ancient dragon queens; and it is precisely this world that compels the Soultana of Siduri to make the journey in search of Anatat, a Hood of Aden who serves as a minion to the current queen. Anatat is not expecting the powerful being rattling with power who crashes through the gates with large vipers in her hair. Even more astonishing is the familiarity she feels for the beguil... more
  • Dust to Dust

    by John Hudson
    The year is 1826 and Thomas Jefferson has just died. His beloved Monticello bustles with activity as funeral plans are swiftly organized for his burial in the family cemetery. Fast forward to 2026. A group of researchers specializing in regeneration technology have found success after years of work and significant investment. Dr. Pat Alexander, head researcher at BioGen, announces to the assembled group of board members/investors that the regeneration of a circus chimpanzee, which died in a ... more
  • The New Frontier In Education: Artificial Intelligence

    by Kevin Nelson

    According to http://essaywritersite.com Education in the 60s and the 90s can definitely not be compared with education today. A lot has changed in terms of content and how it’s delivered. Education was originally a thing of the rich in society, and as such only a handful few had access and the places where it was offered were also limited. Over the years, education has become a basic necessity that must be accessed by all. In fact, governments have... more

  • Family of the Fox

    by F. M. Isaacs
  • One of Me is Missing

    by Laramie Sasseville
    To fourteen-year-old Sally Knox, the world is a buffet of fascinating things to do and learn. She wants it all: martial arts, theater, sculpture, cooking, robotics, music, computer science - you name it! So, what happens when she gets her wish to be in enough places at once to take all the summer school classes she wants? Complications are just the beginning - before the end, one of her goes missing and the rest must come to the rescue or be trapped forever in their multitudinous state.
  • Space Rogues - A Science Fiction Adventure: The Epic Adventures of Wil Calder, Space Smuggler

    by John Wilker

    Wil just wanted a crew for his ship.

    He got a galactic conspiracy.

     

    Wil Calder is a human, the only one to leave our solar system.

    But that was years ago.

    Now, he’s a lonely smuggler, looking for a crew, because space is lonely and boring. Just a few folks to boss around once in a while, is that so much?

     

    What he definitely isn’t looking for, ... more

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