As the last starfighter in Squadron 111, only Midshipman Henry Gallant can stop the alien invasion. With the United Planets fleet on the verge of annihilation, Gallant can expect no help as he passes threatening aliens. With so much uncertainty about the aliens, analyzing the captured equipment in his possession is critical.
The fate of Earth could rest on the abilities of Midshipman Henry Gallant. Unfortunately, it is his abilities that are much in doubt.
In an era of genetic engineering, he is the only Natural left in the fleet. His shipmates have all expressed concern that he will not be up to the challenge.
Only bright and attractive junior officer Kelsey Mitchel has shown any sympathy for him. Now as his navigator on the last starfighter in Squadron 111, her life, as well as a good many others, depends on Henry Gallant.
Follow the career of a young officer in the 22nd Century genetically engineered space navy.
For Fans of Honor Harrington and Horatio Hornblower.
My name is Inez Garner, and my story has sort of been told... But not. I'm turning twenty-three and find out I'm not human; I'm apparently a vampire. Sure, who hasn't read that story? Oh, but I'm a princess. And there's a zombie apocalypse -- although I'm debating where the line is of apocalypse vs. post-apocalypse. There's also a quest that I'm compelled to be on, and it might all be coming from the Goddess.
Awesome. It seems She has big plans for me. And I have to deal with ghosts. When I kill corrupted -- the nice PC name people call zombies, as it's not their fault they eat people -- I then have to deal with their ghosts. Which is super when being hunted for years by some guys I don't want to know better.
Add to everything, I have to apologize to heroines for judging them when they fall in bed with the hot guy and buy the story he gives. I get it now. Sex is splendid. I'm not one to believe a con, but he's got answers I need, like why I have no memories before I was eighteen. ...
In a flash, her world changes. And with only the touch of her hand, she kills him... When an X-class solar flare collides with Earth's atmosphere, high-energy radiation annihilates millions and collapses world-wide power grids. Simultaneously, the electromagnetic storm rushes through the body of sixteen-year-old Mya Bernal, leaving her with "shocking" abilities.Suddenly faced with dwindling food supplies, a hostile town take-over, and the murder of two schoolmates, Mya struggles to control her new powers. But when she and her best friend become a killer's next intended targets, a slowly-brewing storm explodes.Ideal for fans of the Red Queen, Divergent, or I am Number Four series, Surge is a fast-paced, electrifying adventure of friendship and survival.
Genre: Science Fiction Length: 384 Pages (512 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 24th, 2019
The residents of Earth were progressing and following their Four Laws of Conformity. For a long time, the information in their memories was moved to the archive so they could receive new information to satisfy the Third and Fourth Laws of Conformity.
Helen followed the Third Law to Increase their Knowledge. There were clues in the Archive and hidden in a surprising place in the world around them. She followed the clues and assembled the building blocks until the answer surprised the Conformity Council and changed the entire population. Through genetic engineering, and artificial intelligence they found out their origins.
WITH OVER 500 FIVE STAR REVIEWS, THE SERIES CONTINUES.
WHISKEY TANGO FOXTROT BOOK IV
WALKING IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH
A plane crash in the wilderness of Newfoundland.
A band of survivors connected by a profound sense of duty. Home was the mission, but confronted with an enemy greater than the Primal virus they are sidetracked to once again put their unique skills to use for the greater good. The fight continues as Brad and his men struggle to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where the Primals are only a part of the danger.
This is a Zombie War Story.
Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Series.
Escaping The Dead I
Tales Of The Forgotten II
Only The Dead Live Forever III
New Revised Edition! Suspense and mythological fantasy mixed with sci-fi. In a remote and forgotten human colony in a remote solar system, a new unorthodox god is born from the "life energy" of an atheistic country. This event is a mythological paradox because this god thrives on the growth of human knowledge and spirit, and does not want to be worshiped. The surrounding countries are religious and ruled by "conventional" gods who demand total and blind obedience. These "regular" gods understood the danger of this new strange god instantly. Therefore, they tried with all their power to destroy him. The new god and Zeevik, the child in whose house, he was born and grew up, have fun together and fight together against the forces of darkness. While doing that, they break a lot of stereotypes regarding the relationship between gods and mortals, because this new god likes humor and does not need to be worshiped. When all seems to be lost, this "freak" god, aided by his human friends, ...
Surviving Book I: The Adventures of John Harris - a Post - Apocalyptic Survival novel
John Harris is an ex-Special Forces soldier, survival expert and serious prepper, believing that one day the world as he knows it will cease to exist. When he and a group of friends stumble upon a drug-running operation with ties to rogue US Government officials while on a hunting trip. John saves a woman whom the cartel tried to kill, and they quickly form a bond.
But drug-running cartels are the least of John's worries when his worst fears are realized. A group of rogue government officials conspires with America's enemies, and the nukes begin to fall.
With city after city destroyed in the fires of a nuclear holocaust, John leads his small group in a bid to save as many people as he can. But while they are able to prevent one nuke from devastating a major US city, they are powerless to stop society's inevitable slide into chaos.
As electricity, food, and water begin to run out, the country ...
Some choose to win; others choose to survive.
In the war-ravaged streets of Valdemar, a young woman is about to be caught up in a shocking attempt to assassinate the high Commander.
On a mysterious island, an evil plot to destroy the newly built fortresses gains momentum and surprising allies.
Aboard the resource depleted Pioneer ship, Brigit's fears are confronted by the sudden agony of loss. Responsible for the well-being of two hundred children, how can she survive without the one man who gave her love and security?
A young leader, thrust into unexpected authority battles feelings of debilitating unworthiness. Duty-bound to uphold his commission, will he falter, or allow another to take his place?
In this fourth stunning novel of The Chronicles of Folara, our heroes are faced with startling discoveries, accidental romance, agonizing betrayal, and devastating consequences.
Will the end of one war be the beginning of a new life or a new era of revenge?
In McElhaney's first book of the groundbreaking Mystic Saga "Indentured", the Colonial Establishment Cruiser "Pioneer" discovered a major fault in their experimental Jump Drive. Though it served its purpose by sending the ship across 24 light years in what felt like a mere instant, its failures were a little less noticeable.
Indentured was the prequel, and now, in his second book of bestselling serial, the USSC sends a follow-up ship to the Beta-Hydri system in order to investigate what happened to their missing cruiser, the USSC Pioneer. The investigation brings them to a planet named Legacy where an Earth colony appears to have been thriving for hundreds of years - much longer than the few decades they expected if it indeed was the Pioneer Colony. To add to the confusion, the colony appears to have forgotten their roots over the centuries, so the shuttles of the USSC Foothold aren't welcomed in the way they'd expect.
The crew of the Foothold is about to learn that a lot can change ...
Flesh and bone, or polished stone, life is but a dream; with the rising sun, sleepers awaken, leaving their dreams behind, as it always has been. However, what if those dreams were unable to end? What if something interrupted the wake-up call, or for that matter, who is to even say that when we fall asleep, we awaken as the same person, in the same time and place from which we left the night before? Going a step further, if you were to die in your dreams, which part of you ceases to exist from one world and time, while another awakens and flourishes somewhere else? Does then, the dream last forever? Is life truly but a dream?
Twentieth-century Harley and fourteenth-century Anna have a problem; caught amongst their fantasies, they are unable to return from where they've fell asleep, as their worlds have collapsed. Far from being in "limbo," these two find new lives in each other, within the broken context of time. However, and as they'll soon learn, neither time, nor space and ...
A young woman witnesses a murder in Amsterdam that touches off a Muslim rebellion and leads to the Great Eurabian War -- World War III.
During her summer break, Ann Aulis travels to Amsterdam with her boyfriend Peter to visit the Anne Frank Museum. They befriend a hip Dutch couple who invites them home for dinner. They spend the night, and the next morning discover their hosts have been murdered. Ann and Peter flee to London only to find the murders have touched off a Muslim rebellion in Holland that spreads to England. They flee to the US, where Peter is detained at Kennedy Airport, then taken away by FBI agents.
Ann returns to her family in Los Angeles, horrified as she sees Muslim rebellions in Europe spread to civil war. With her lover in Guantanamo Bay Prison, Ann watches the United States slowly get dragged into the Eurabian war. As the Muslim world establishes a new caliphate, the United States falls into a major recession caused by high oil prices. Then a major flu ...
Imagine a scifi world where disco dancing is a form of prayer, spacesuits are required burqa-type clothing for both sexes, and the Star Wars movies are a sought-after Holy Grail.
This is the Adolfist religion. In its humble beginnings, though, naïve young messiah Adolf H. Canon doesn't want any of these things. He is a peace-loving son of God or Dog who hopes to spread the word of peace throughout the galaxy.
But when no one listens to his words of peace, Adolf starts approving of war as a means to an end. He just doesn't know how far his followers will go to achieve that end.
This scathing religious satire spares no faith from its scorn, and casts God himself as the ultimate unreliable narrator.
A special forces troop and an ordinary woman are transported to another planet through a wormhole forcing them to work together to survive.
Imagine being forced onto a plane by a bunch of mercenaries and then crash-landing on another planet. That is what happened to Sara Newman and it was all thanks to her father and an alien named Andrin.
After they crashed it became obvious that they were on another planet when they saw two suns in the sky. It made it incredibly hot during the day. First and foremost, they needed to survive. They had to find shelter and they had to do it fast. The planet seemed to be dry and mostly barren until they found a large forest. It took them a day's hike to get there and it took its toll on Sara. The men were used to harsh conditions. They were no strangers to the wilderness or survival and they all seemed to take it all in stride. She wasn't a soldier but she was smart and she wasn't about to be told what to do by anyone, much less Colonel Strickland. ...
A brokenhearted ex-con tries to find her son in a post-apocalyptic world filled with vicious monsters.
"They evolved over the course of a few months. At first, they just looked different. They were still our brothers and sisters. They were still our husbands and wives... our children. But we knew it was coming. The day when they would complete the change. We all had the terrible premonitions in our heads. But what were we to do? Murder the ones who changed? Eliminate the perceived threat before it could come to fruition? No, everyone knew it would happen, but they weren't sure that it would. Besides, how do you kill the ones you love? We waited."
After a mummified cavewoman was found deep in the permafrost of Siberia, an ancient virus was released that soon evolved half of mankind into vicious monsters that feed on anything that moved. They were called Links. Not because scientists believed that the virus originated from 'The Missing Link' but because ordinary people liked to make ...
IT BEGINS WITH BLINDING LIGHT...
We are about to be attacked by a superior alien civilization. Book One, The Response, revealed our ants were brought here 140,000,000 years ago to colonize our planet. Unfortunately, an ill-advised NASA transmission has alerted the alien parents their interstellar colonization failed because of the unexpected rise of human beings.
Really bad move, NASA!
The enraged aliens have decided to visit Earth with one purpose - our extermination - and they're considerably larger than their tiny offspring. It's time to meet the parents.
"Best part was the sighting of the alien war machines. The scenes in devastated Manhattan were vivid and powerful." (AC)
"The author's description of the beast rising above the trees in the moonlight really got to me." (AC)
"This is an excellent read for the genre." (ER)
"Fun read for anyone who loves timeless sci-fi/horror flicks." (GK)
Gary Naiman has written fourteen novels. One of his books is being considered ...
General Andrew Biman doesn't know failure, he doesn't understand subtlety, and he's wholly unacquainted with humility. When the Queen invites him to join the interplanetary Congress, Andrew unveils his aggressive plans for reinstating a republic. All the political corruption, betrayal, and deception of a rotten government is unleashed, and he is framed, branded a traitor and forced to run.
While enemies amass all around, and civil war engulfs the galaxy, Andrew's pride alienates his few remaining allies. The deaths of those around him mount, forcing humility on Andrew at great cost. Pride crushed and questioning his own existence, he fights his demons in order to protect those he's come to care for. Striking deep into the heart of enemy territory, he must accomplish the impossible... survive.
In the not too distant future, the black folks of Harlem are the victims of a sinister conspiracy. A deadly virus is deliberately spread, transforming Harlem residents into hideous creatures hungry for human flesh. The black community is quickly walled off from the rest of the New York City. All hell breaks loose.
Sent by the CDC to investigate a mysterious contagion, Dr. Jordan Dash becomes trapped within the hot zone. To come up with a cure, he joins forces with an elite fighting unit lead by Ghost, a former Special Forces commander.
The nightmare scenario intensifies when the army of walking dead breaches their containment and threatens the world with a zombie apocalypse.
A young woman has disappeared. Her twin sister has seen her spirit wandering the streets. Convinced her sister is still alive and not a ghost, she engages Professor Atticus Carr of the Institute for the Investigation of Peculiarities. Together they visit an unusual psychic medium, Madame Jeanette, who specializes in 'traveling' - the peculiar science of 'out of body' conveyance.
A séance reveals clues to the missing girl's whereabouts, setting in motion a desperate hunt for her abductor. What Professor Carr finds in a deserted warehouse tests the boundaries of the paranormal, resulting in a confrontation with a deranged doctor who collects young women's souls like butterflies.
A paranormal mystery set in the steampunk London of 1872.
Does your heart beat faster in the dark than in the daylight? Do your hands tingle under the touch of copper and brass? Then The Most Peculiar Tales are sure to satisfy. Six paranormal tales set in a steampunk world.
Steampunk Britannia, 1872
Genre: Science Fiction Length: 60 Pages (2,915 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 23rd, 2019
This ebook has the following flash fiction story:
Monster of Monsters: The Room With The Black Arrow
Type: Flash Fiction and the word count is about 300 words
This short-short story in the Realms of Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror Flash Fiction series visits a Brown Deliveries as they begin their unusual deliveries.
New to Flash Fiction? Flash Fiction are very very short books to tickle your fancy. They are a great way to see a writer's style and be introduced to the worlds they create and envision.
About the Monster of Monsters series of books:
Monster of Monsters: Realms Of Science Fiction, Fantasy, & Horror Flash Fiction is a story highlighting a tiny scene from the action-packed Monster of Monsters series inspired by some of Universal Classic Monsters like Dracula, Frankenstein, Creature from the Black Lagoon, the Invisible Man, the Mummy, and the Wolf Man and other classic movies like the Spider Woman, Earth vs The Spider, Eight Legged Freaks, the Spider, Tarantula, ...
Genre: Science Fiction Length: 284 Pages (1,156 KB) Lending: Not Enabled Added: Aug 23rd, 2019
The Needle is an action-packed first contact story that shares the battle for Earth through two soldiers' eyes.
Josef is having nightmares about the alien tower that dominates the snowy landscape of Antarctica. The alien construct is turning Earth into an icy wasteland, day by day. His world unravels further when the alien tower opens to reveal its occupants.
Keenan is the right guy in the wrong place. He will lead his pack of Union Wolves on the world's first mission to combat the aliens and find out if humanity has the strength to repel the invasion.
The Ringhead aliens have arrived, and they are xenoforming the Earth, sending mankind towards a new Ice Age.
Read this first contact story that kicks off the Cold War.
Other Books in the Cold War series:
• COLD WAR: Alien Incursion
• COLD WAR: Alien Siege
• COLD WAR: Alien Strike
• COLD WAR: Exile (Coming Soon!)
Book 2 of The Time Corps Chronicles
The Time Corps Chronicles is a fantasy series that moves from worlds much like our own to those where the mythical is real and the impossible is true. Clockworks, ancient spirits, time machines, talking animals and other things both beautiful and strange wait for the travelers daring enough to find them. But moving between worlds comes at a price.
Time Travelers aren't born. They're made.
Determined to return a twenty-first-century woman to her own world, Professor Seamus Connor has spent six long years -- since 1857 -- in his laboratory without success. Desperate to help her, he will do anything... even team up with his worst enemy.
In a country torn apart by the Civil War, Seamus's young ward, Hazel, tries to make a life for herself in New Orleans. She has the chance at a happy, stable life, but a promise from a man from the future proves too tempting to resist.
Long before he worked with the Time Corps, Neil Grey had another job, one that ...
If you want to die...
... there's no place like home.
Chris is impulsive. He never looks before he leaps. Then he meets Delphine, tenacious, beautiful, and deaf. She makes a shocking, heretical claim...
The floods which destroyed civilization hundreds of years ago will come again.
Chris vows to support her and her dire warning. After all, her family has maintained secret climatic and tidal records for centuries.
Their home, Martha's Vineyard, is a sanctuary from the violence and danger on the mainland, where chaos reigns following apocalyptic climate horrors.
Prepared to risk it all, Chris and Delphine travel to the mainland to find the truth.
If they fail to bring back the evidence they need, devastating floods could destroy their whole world. If they succeed, the truth will shatter the foundations of their society.
The island elders will do everything to stop them.
What will become of the unwitting insurgents?
And who is the mysterious girl who fell from the sky and ...
Xander had known it was only a matter of time before his lies caught up to him. While awaiting his execution, ordered by President Saevus - the tyrant he once served - Xander finds solace in knowing Deryn has finally escaped Utopia.
But Deryn won't give up on Xander quite so easily. After manipulating her own brother into helping her, she and her new comrades devise a plan to free Xander. The plan is set in motion the morning of his execution, but when everything begins to unravel Deryn is left to wonder, is she strong enough to save the man she loves?
In this exciting conclusion to the Cruel and Beautiful World trilogy, the war between Utopia and the Outsiders finally comes to a head. Bonds are broken, loyalties are tested, loved ones are torn apart and no one is safe. A new world is on the horizon and Deryn and Xander must risk everything they hold dear, destroying the cruel and beautiful world they live in once and for all.
During Ginger Goodwin's pre-shift safety inspection he discovers that a methane meter has been mysteriously turned off. Ginger Goodman prevents his crew from descending into the mine just minutes before the methane gas explodes leaving him trapped and waiting to be rescued 1,200 feet below Pitville while changing the lives of his childhood sweetheart Christina and their unborn child forever.
The Soldier wakes on the battlefield.
He's a pawn in a larger conflict with no memory of where he was before coming online. His exoskeletal armor forces him into combat. Only when he engages free will does he break out of automode.
And things get weird.
Hunted by the cleaners, he transports to other worlds. It's not till he's captured does he understand what he really is.
And how to truly escape.
This is an introduction to the The Socket Greeny Saga, a heady trip into an alternate universe where a strange and introverted teenager discovers life is more than virtualmode gaming. The world isn't safe.
And all of reality is in danger.