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  • Perpetual Existentialism

    by Gordon McWhorter
    Perpetual Existentialism is a book of fictional short stories and tales of truth that leads down the rabbit hole of the soul to help those who know death is near, as it is always near. Take a journey with me and we will both arrive on the other side together, fascinated and healed.
  • A Seizure of Landscapes

    by Gordon McWhorter
    It is time to consider that you may not be alive at this very moment, and to even go deeper to see the very real truth about living beyond the grave and what exactly that is like. Come journey with me in the epic psychological thriller once ridiculed by the very fabric of society, but now embraced as one of the most fundamental books on death to date. This is a very personal book. Many of the stories involved in here are absolutely 100% real, but in attempting to cross over to the great unknown ... more
  • Exponential Uncertainties

    by Gordon McWhorter
    Under the guise of personal perception we all have touched the impossible fathoms of the future with hands outstretched knowing the infinite mass of humanity is but just one body and mind. Travel with me through the possibilities of the human species in this epic sci-fi journey that takes you beyond the imagination and into a universe full of exponential uncertainties.
  • An Intellection on the Post Mechanics of Death

    by Gordon McWhorter
    It is a great pleasure to introduce to you, my readers, a new rabbit hole to jump through, and inside there are a thousand more. Join me as I tell the tale of a man desperate to find out what's waiting for us after death, finding it, and then rejecting its reality to create anew a whole world. Death is a Sci Fi Novel!
  • Dog On The Highway (Ant and Cleo)

    by Dominic Green
    If the hidden Sternekinder homeworld of Asgard could be found an end could be put to years of piracy, and Cleo has seen Asgard's sky - but no-one else in the cadet corps is prepared to believe Asgard even exists...
  • Destination Alpha Four (Ant and Cleo)

    by Dominic Green
    For decades the Alpha Four mines have used United States of the Zodiac prisoners to dig uraninite by hand. Once sent there, you're as good as dead, or so folk wisdom has it. It's time for Ant and Cleo to prove folk wisdom wrong.
  • Al-Kabar

    by Lee French
    Without a Sultan, corrupt Fire Dancers and their pompous Caliphs abuse power and wage fruitless wars across the parched sands of Serescine. Fakhira wishes her family could afford to solve their problems with magic. Sometimes, wishes come true. In the worst possible way. A simple peasant, she'll have to find the strength to survive and shoulder her fate before the desert is bathed in the blood of innocents. The Fires blaze in dozens of wild, capricious Dancers. The Waters anoint only one c... more
  • Ghost of a Shadow: Book One of the Sadie Myers Chronicles

    by Andrea and Leslie Engel
    Is this The End of Sadie Myers? Ever since tragedy struck her family one year ago, Sadie’s life has become a dark brew of unearthly visions and vivid dreams in which a mysterious shadow man follows her every move. Are all these bizarre happenings real or figments of this fifteen-year-old’s troubled mind? When she’s pulled into a world so different from her own, everything she thinks she knows is turned upside down. Will she find the truth behind these unsettling episodes? Can Sadie walk throu... more
  • The Sound Prince and the Pocket Dragon

    by K M Kennedy
    There are those who have always suspected it happened, but nothing could ever be proven. Its true, a wizard, a bit of spilled magic, a young prince, and a tiny sea dragon were all involved. It all happened a long time ago on a hidden island in a chain of islands now known as the San Juan’s, in Northwest Washington. The wizard was a bit careless, and magic was spilled. Not once or twice, but many times over many years magic was dripped and dropped in his workroom. It caused quite a mess in ... more
  • Kallum's Fury (Lake of Dragons Book 2)

    by E. Michael Mettille
    Who will save us once all our heroes have gone? When Ymitoth is killed at the hands of dead-eyed men bearing a striking resemblance to Kallum's priests, Maelich flees Havenstahl and begins a slow journey toward insanity. Cialia leaves in search of her brother and, in glorious and horrible fashion, finds her flame instead. Meanwhile, an army of giants, trogmortem, and grongs threaten the shores west of the greatest city of men. Daritus must lead the armies of Havenstahl against the fiercest threa... more
  • Hell and the Hunger

    by Mike Reynolds
    When a vampire loses his love of the hunt, he's left with nothing but his hunger. He becomes a shadow of the great predator he once was. That's precisely what Joe has become, a shadow lurking in the darkness who simply doesn't want to exist any longer. When he finds a reason to live, he'll fight with all the fury of hell to defend it.
  • Lake of Dragons

    by Mike Reynolds
    Maelich has been trained as swordsman from the time he was old enough to lift steel and taught the art of controlling Dragon's fire, all to prepare him for his battle with the last Dragon. However, when he finally reaches the giant menace, Maelich isn't quite so clear about his purpose. Should he kill the beast or ride it into battle against the god he's worshipped his entire life? The future of Ouloos depends on his choice.
  • Fools' Apocalypse

    by Anderson Atlas

    Manipulated to kill, sick with lies–the corpses moved against the Fools. It quickly became apparent that the undead were more than rotting bodies. They’re puppets for something dark and desperate and otherworldly. They were Zilla’s children.

    Zilla used extreme socialist ideology to motivate his holy army to destroy humanity. Pitting passion against reason was so effective. His soldiers had no idea what they were doing. How could they be so naive? They didn’t want the end to come, they d... more

  • The Wall

    by Deanna Madden

    In the face of an epidemic, Sarah Davis must find the courage to take risks she has never taken before if she is to save the ones she loves.

    When a virus causes a global epidemic, a city in the American Southwest builds a wall that divides the city into two zones to separate the infected from the uninfected. After losing her family and taking refuge in this city, 25-year-old Sarah lives alone in a high-rise in the North Zone and teaches at a school for orphans of the epidemic. Now in th... more

  • Max Hamby and the Faeryn Cross

    by Kathy Cyr

    "The Max Hamby series is perfect for readers of Harry Potter, Fablehaven, Unwanteds, Septimus Heap and Charlie Bone. A mix of magic, adventure, humor, friendship and family that draws you in."

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     “Ah, missy. You are a prized catch,” he said. “You may be the elder dwarf's daughter, but you are no dwarf. You will bring a tidy sum, I am sure.”... more

  • There Ain't Gonna Be No World War Three

    by Dominic Green
    Cleo is so glad not to be in Germany. She hates sausages. But the Commodore thinks there's something there that could help win the war with Earth. Larry's not far behind, though - and this time, he's in wolf's clothing...

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