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  • The Posh Prepper

    by Todd Knight
    In 2035, in a hopelessly broken world, Nick Ritter is The Posh Prepper, a gifted crisis consultant who sells disaster-survival plans to rich and powerful clients. Haunted by corrupt clients and a tragic past, Nick lives a reclusive life in overcrowded Boston, counting the days until he can retire to his survival ranch in New Zealand. But when he gets an insider tip that a deadly virus is tearing through Boston, Nick has 24 hours to escape the city and flee to New Zealand. He has the perfec... more
  • Where Liberty Lies

    by Nathaniel Wrey
    Book Two in the Liberty Trilogy and sequel to award-winning novel, Liberty Bound. A new world opens up for Finbarl and Aminatra after their rebellion and escape from the claustrophobic restraints and smoking ruins of their isolated hometown, Athenia. Hopes and dreams drive them across the near impregnable mountains in their quest for freedom and a better life in the aftermath of civilisation’s collapse. Amid a more conducive environment, new dangers and surprises hinder their progress, until,... more
  • The Golden March


    Lost identities, hidden history…
    Three lives collide in a quest for truth…

    Cerci only wanted to know who her parents were. Abandoned at birth she spent her days toiling away in the Brightwater Archives, working under her adoptive mother, Merilda. But one day, a curious man dropped off a quizzical piece of history to be logged. After what she saw, she had no choice but to dig a little deeper.

    Dredge was a simple man, content with working in the Split fo... more

  • The Initiatives

    by L Leon
    In a world plagued by division and chaos, the Lawyer and his friend Yuryll embark on a mission to create a better world. They post an Election Initiative on GitHub, a plan that will change the world forever. The first two rules read, 1. THE PURPOSE The purpose of these rules is to govern an election to elect: (a) Firstly, 200,000 deserving individuals; and (b) Then, 1 million individuals will be elected based on the population ratio of each country or territory in the world ... more
  • The Lost Journals of Phineas Finke

    by Stephen Barnwell
    In 1906, photographer Phineas Finke discovered a new emulsion for his glass plates. It was sensitive to a very special frequency of light that allowed him to see into another dimension. At first, he was excited and fascinated by the intriguing images and bizarre creatures that his New Emulsion captured. Soon, however, enthusiasm turned to terror, as horrific beings from another dimension began to infest the countryside, the nearby town of Arkham, and finally his own home. Join Phineas Fin... more
  • The Wild Fall

    by Katherine Silva
    It has been ten years since the Merging, since the Woods began taking over the world, since ghosts returned to haunt their loved ones. Liz Raleigh has hidden in the New England wilderness with Hank, his daughter, Evie, and their small group, trying to eke out a small but normal life. Though Liz longs to forget the time she spent attached to her best friend and lover, Brody's ghost, she finds herself pursued by a shadow of his former self and dreams of a life they could have lived together had he... more
  • Recruit of Talionis: A Young Adult Sci-Fi Dystopian Novel

    by C.J. Milacci
    A teen with a dark past. A secret military force that kidnaps new soldiers. Can she survive as a Recruit of Talionis? America has fallen. Seventeen-year-old Bria Averton grew up in a small town of survivors near the ruins of Portland, Maine. It’s all she’s ever known — until she’s kidnapped along with hundreds of other teens and brought to the city of Talionis. A city no one knew existed. The soldiers tell them the intense trainings are for the good of the survivors, and Bria resists be... more
  • The Light That Takes: A Prequel Short Story (The Half-Light Chronicles)

    by Karyne Norton
    It's been fourteen years since Gaeren saw Aeliana disappear, but he still searches every port for his childhood friend. When the latest clue points to lands across the barrier, where people are no longer supposed to exist, Gaeren is forced to relive the painful memories of losing Aeliana in order to discover if she's still within his reach.
  • Borrowed Robes

    by K. P. Ambroziak
    The young Lady Oona understands her value as the only heir in the line of Alba’s High Kings, but she hasn’t come to realize her worth as a descendant of Hecate, the ancient goddess of witchcraft. That is until her father arranges her marriage to the cruel Earl Gille, to produce the son who will take back the throne that was stolen from his line. Oona knows an heir with Gille means her downfall, and the destruction of her magic. So she conjures up the goddess of witchcraft to arm her with t... more
  • T is for Torture

    by Marie Lestrange
    What better way to learn about historical methods of torture than through laughable cartoons? For fans of Go the Fck to Sleep and The Gashlycrumb Tinies, T is for Torture is a parody ABC book for those with a darker sense of humor. Profane and satirical, Author Marie Lestrange pairs offensively hilarious rhymes with horrifying, yet endearing, illustrations as she teaches you about medieval torture methods from A to Z. Please Note: This book is for entertainment purposes only- it is not an ... more
  • My Story In Space

    by Joseph Rice
    Stain Burden lives on a planet named Peanut its a nice planet in the Witch-Head Nebula. The planet lost there ships in a battle a long time ago so Stain Burden has to find the gate address to Earth to get them build ships. Without the ships the planets people will soon die. Follow Stain Burden on is journey through the universe to find gate address using a map the portal and his own life.
  • 979-8-21-801320-2

    by Eva Wasserman Margolis
    The Children of the Tribes by Eva Wasserman Margolis is divided into sections where a child describes what it is like to belong to a specific tribe of people. For example, what is it like to work extremely hard for everything or have everything given to you? What is it like to be raised in a family that values rules and religion? How do we answer questions about how and why the world works the way it does? Where does everything come from? Margolis helps us discover why sharing and giving to thos... more
  • Haunted Ground: The Ghosts of Laskin's Farm

    by Cailyn Lloyd
    On the run from cartel enforcers, shrewd ex-con Kat Lundquist finds the perfect refuge, an old farmhouse in the middle of nowhere. But when an earthquake stirs up ominous forces below and evidence of a haunting mounts, Kat realizes she’s stumbled upon something more terrifying than the killers on her trail. As strange, senseless crimes rattle a nearby town, the assassins discover her hideout and close in for the kill. Desperate to escape, Kat joins forces with a new ally, a geologist whose pu... more
  • The Greatest Matchmaker in Space! (Eudora Space Kid Book 4)

    by David Horn
    Eudora space kid, budding engineer, lobster freedom fighter, robot creator and now matchmaker extraordinaire? Book 4, in the hilariously funny, early reader sci-fi chapter book series perfect for elementary-aged kids. Eudora is a normal third grader who just happens to live on a 36 deck AstroLiner. In SPACE! As a math and science whiz who’s been adopted by what you might call . . . aliens, she has normal ambitions—like being the chief engineer on an AstroLiner. But when Eudora offers to help ... more
  • When Death Is Coming

    by Jen Woodrum
    With the knowledge of death dates available to the world, Corrie knows that she will die before she turns 20. Living in a society that oppresses those who will die young, Corrie tries to use her leadership role in her labor camp for "short-lived" to secretly create change. But after learning that her best friend doesn’t have a death date and therefore can’t die, she begins to question the system even more. Seeking answers, Corrie connects with the source of the death dates and discovers not only... more
  • Prep School for Serial Killers

    by Tara Platt
    There aren't many comforts at Anathema's school. Only those who test highest on the Psychopath Scale get in, and though the government's experiment with the water supply decades ago left the entire population with limited empathy, these students are exceptionally suited for the role for which they're being groomed. With no family, and with friendship a foreign concept, Anathema finds solace only in how gifted she is at learning the art of death and in the few moments she can get alone with a lon... more