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  • The knight's tale, a story of the future

    by Vincent McCaffrey
    If history repeats itself, the future may come more than once. Three generations after the end of the famines and plagues that were the end of history now known as 'The Elide,' when the Long Wars are little more than legend, a depopulated world has renewed itself again. The earth's abandoned colonies in the heliosphere are flourishing and independent, while the 'remnant' peoples of the earth have reorganized under weakened governments without armies. Trade between the outer nations and ... more
  • Eyes Over Earth

    by J. A. Egan
    Watched and later chosen to help save humans from extinction, Jim Wilson receives a new lease on life with the joining of microscopic lifeforms. Enhanced and able to access superior technology, Jim Wilson builds a global business empire. During which time he is called upon to help other worlds against attack and destruction.
  • Gravity: Cryoborn Gifts (Obsidian Rim Book 1)

    by Maggie Lynch

    Help no one. Show no mercy. Stay alive.

    Lehana Saar learned the smuggler's trade the hard way--as an indentured servant to the Rim’s most notorious pirate. With the skills she acquired and now with her own ship, the star freighter Phoenix, Lehana is known throughout the Rim as a trafficker who will take any job, however dangerous, for the promise of a good profit. But when she's forced to crash land near a mining colony owned by the heinous, galactic cart... more

  • The awakening (Dark Passenger Book 1)

    by L C Ainsworth
    JC Maxwell boarding school in Surrey UK; that is where Diana 15 years old have been sent, along with five of her friends. She is charged with a mission by her mother; to find the reason for some unexplained disturbance. What she did not expect to find was a series of murders and school staffs with strange behaviours. Subsequently, the parties responsible for the murders are intrigued and disturbed by those new students who not only have started to meddle in their affairs but also appear to be mo... more
  • Whizzers

    by Michael J. Sahno
    A recovering alcoholic, Mike, discovers his six-year-old cousin, David, travels through time as a whizzer to bring comfort to those in need. Mike soon finds himself along for the ride, and while he gets the opportunity to bring solace to some of his greatest heroes, he must also confront his own greatest demons.
  • Darien and the Moonlight Well

    by Jeanna Kunce
    Long and long ago, three close friends—ruler, healer, and sorceress—led the kingdom of Telinoria in harmony. An age of prosperity and peace had begun. But it was not to last. A scheming baron by the name of Radburn set diabolical plans in motion and threatened to destroy everything the trio had built, including their friendship. Now, Darien’s own relationship problems with her cousin Emily are an unwelcome interruption from her mission to learn more about the secretive Miss Millie. Trapped to... more
  • Lifeflash

    by Tom Deaderick
    Meet Jon Falvo’s eyes, and he knows everything about you, and you have a day to live. In the future, the scarcest resource is someone else’s attention. Cameras are everywhere, mounted in the virtual reality gear that everyone wears, and in every room. Life-streaming, artificial intelligence, and virtual reality have remade the world. Marty Selena is a cop longing to be a detective, but the cameras and identity-recognition systems leave few unsolved cases. She joins a retro-reality clu... more
  • The Lazarus Spear (THE LOST COVE SERIES Book 3)

    by Tom Deaderick
    For hundreds of years, Appalachian forests have drawn wanderers away from lights, comforts, and everyday life, into unchanged, less familiar, and even mysterious places. Hogan’s favorite spot overlooked the Nolichucky River’s emergence through the mountains as it snaked alongside the railroad tracks into Erwin, Tennessee. He sat atop the rock-scrabble ridge and closed his eyes in warm sunlight, listening to wrens and the rushing water below. The first drops of rain woke him, but the woods ... more
  • Flightpack (THE LOST COVE SERIES Book 2)

    by Tom Deaderick
    Leo and Ethan escape with the alien flightsuit that crashed in the Appalachian Mountains. They are pursued by government agents and by the flightsuit’s original pilot, now hiding in the mind of the agent who let them escape. Leo discovers the flightsuit’s most powerful weapon is the Artificial Intelligence, which he calls “Brother”. Brother teaches Leo to use the flightsuit, introduces him to the other “Known” species and compiles an archive of Earth history for delivery to the Explorer home ... more
  • Blood Awakens

    by Jessaca Willis
    People called Sean a blood guide, though he never fully understood why. As far as he knew, he could hear heartbeats and heal people. It wasn’t until he walked in on his brother’s brutal murder that he learned of the darker nature of his power: blood speaks to him, and he to it. With a simple song, he can command it to do whatever he wants, and in that moment, he showed his brother’s murderers no mercy. Now Sean must fight to keep his inner demons in check and his path to redemption begins with t... more
  • Trackers: Fitness Trackers or Traps?

    by Maurice Devaraj
    In the city of Fort Myers; A jogger dies after drinking too much soda pop. A cop steals towels from visitors to the beach. A woman commits suicide by jumping in front of a car. A child starts screaming in the South West Florida International Airport. A comatose US Army flight lieutenant is being flown to a biotech facility near the Captiva Islands. The common denominator to all these incidents is an unknown brand of fitness tracker that they all wear
  • Vincent in Wonderland: A dark enemy threatens Wonderland, but Alice won't face it alone... (The Worlds Next Door)

    by C.E. White
    11-year-old Vincent van Gogh discovers a curious new world through a tunnel on the moor. A mysterious white rabbit introduces Vincent to Alice, and their quest begins—defeat the dreaded Jabberwock before it consumes all of Wonderland. A slithy tove, an ill-tempered caterpillar, and the Cheshire cat meet them along the path as their adventures take them through fields dancing with flowers, tangled forests, and looking-glass pools. But all is not what it seems in Wonderland, and Vincent may not ha... more
  • Guild of Tokens

    by Jon Auerbach
    She wants to level up her humdrum existence. But her next quest could spell life or death. All Jen Jacobs has achieved in life is loneliness. So when she stumbles across a real-life game of epic quests on the streets of New York, she jumps at the chance for some excitement and gold tokens. Little does she know that the items she strives to collect hold a darker purpose… After a particularly harrowing quest pairs her up with Beatrice Taylor, a no-nonsense and ambitious mentor, Jen hopes she... more
  • Hallow

    by Olga Gibbs
    Being one of the most formidable archangels with the power to end the world doesn't serve you well if you don't know how to use it. Thrown into a battle of courts and factions, tangled in a web of intrigues and palatial games, naïve Ariel is surrounded by powerful angels, chasing their own agendas. There's no one she can trust. Everyone stands to gain something from her death. To avoid the bloody battle that Baza brought to her door at Uras, Ariel retreats back to Apkallu (Earth) to fin... more
  • Simon Grey and the March of a Hundred Ghosts

    by Charles Kowalski
    Japan, 1620: A mysterious shipwreck has left cabin boy Simon Grey stranded in an unfamiliar, dangerous land. He hoped that a long sea voyage would provide some relief from his “gift” of seeing ghosts everywhere on land. Instead, he finds that his ability draws him into the shadowy world of yokai, the spirits and monsters that roam Japan by night. Together with the mysterious Oyuki, daughter of an English sailor-turned-samurai, Simon must earn the yokai’s trust and help, while staying one step ah... more
  • Ms. Never

    by Colin Dodds

    · What do we give away when we click “I AGREE” to the terms of service in our phones?

    · Why are the billionaires squirrelling away all that money?

    · Why do old photographs and songs refer to a history we can’t remember?

    · Why do professional sports teams need new stadiums so often?

    · And why is everyone so depressed?

    These are just a few mysteries that Ms. Never – a new science-fiction novel by C... more

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