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The Path Of The Nightmare: A Jarrod Hawkins Technothriller (Dark Vigilante Book 2) by J. J. Carlson 5.0 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

DARPA spent billions researching genetic modifications and neural rewriting in an attempt to create the perfect soldier. Instead, they created a nightmare. Jarrod Hawkins is no longer human. He has become a living weapon -- cold, calculating, and unstoppable. After escaping an underground laboratory, his subconscious sends him on a mission of vengeance. He travels to Africa and begins tearing apart a human trafficking ring, leaving blood and whispered tales in his wake. Meanwhile, Daron Keeler and Eugene Carver learn of an impending attack on the Pentagon. They race against time, chasing a shadowy terrorist organization that always seems to be two steps ahead. As casualties mount, they quickly realize they have only one option -- to summon The Nightmare.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 376 Pages (3,851 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Whisperworld by Aron Christensen (Loose Leaf Stories) 3.6 Stars (28 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Their voices are all that remain. Julia has never seen what lies beyond Angel City. And why would she? The Wrath of God destroyed the old world, leaving only endless deserts and terrible sandstorms that can flay the skin from any human caught outside the city walls. Only the Tear, a vast, strange black sphere at the heart of her home, protects the people of Angel City. No one knows what it is or how it works, but if Julia listens closely enough, she can hear the Tear whispering... But now the sphere is failing, falling silent, and not even the Gardeners who care for it know why. And when one of those Gardeners is murdered, Julia and her partner, Zach, are summoned to investigate why. Their search for a killer will take them from Angel City's crumbling skyscrapers to the salt flats of the Pacific Desert. But what they find goes far beyond the murder of one man and threatens to wipe out the last remnants of civilization. Perhaps Zach and Julia can save their city - but first, they have to save themselves.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 290 Pages (3,683 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Cyber Commandos: Xeno Hunt Pt.1 by Michael G. Thomas (Swordworks) 4.5 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The Cyber Commandos came from the '80s to save the future. They're not looking to make friends, they're here for revenge and they're packing every weapon known to man. It's 1985 as the Xeno War comes to a climatic end. Humanity wants payback, and they want it bigtime. A restored alien warship is sent back to the Xeno homeworld, lightyears from Earth, and inside waits an army of Cyber Commandos eager for revenge. Years later the warship wakes Sergeant Duke Jackson and Soviet super soldier Lieutenant Makarov from their long hibernation into a scene from Hell itself. They're not alone aboard their ship, and the intruders seek nothing more than killing every Cyber Commando on the ship. This may be the future, but with their boom boxes, and their collection of VHS tapes and music, they've brought the 80s with them to save humanity from the terror of the Xenos. Cyber Commandos: Xeno Hunt Part 1 is the first in a thrilling 6-part science fiction series of short novels by bestselling author Michael G. Thomas. Aliens and Terminator meet Kung Fury and Stranger Things in classic over-the-top '80s style!

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 42 Pages (930 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Bellum Aeternum: Book of Wrath by Christopher Xade 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Hundreds of years have passed since the Dead Man's War. A war so devastating, it scarred the world forever. Nations were reduced to ashes as their leaders fell to the influence of the Sins. Physical manifestations of emotion that persuaded humanity to sacrifice itself for their own twisted entertainment. Decades passed and the world underwent a genesis. New flora and fauna emerged across the lands, and humanity, in its dire bid for survival, traded the use of technology for the science of alchemy. Alchemical formulas were created to help with everyday life, but when human society flourished under their newfound knowledge, the Sins once again turned their gaze to the settlements. They sent armies of grotesque creatures to cull the human populations and prevent them from advancing. But when a young boy meets a powerful ally, things begin to change. Humanity finally found a way to fight the Sins. To stand face to face with their power and overcome it. The future of the kingdom rests on the shoulders of this boy and his newfound power. Will he find the courage to protect the kingdom? Or will the Sins see history repeat itself once again? Join Nathan as he pursues knowledge of this unknown power and seeks to rid the world of evil. The first installment in an epic series where steel and alchemy battle the supernatural. A post-apocalyptic world where dangerous beasts and corrupt leaders wield all the power and the commoners cry out for help.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 210 Pages (1,834 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Prospector's Run (Artifact Book 1) by Kevin W. Bates 4.6 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Five thousand years ago in a savage assault, someone tried to annihilate humanity. They almost succeeded. Now, millennia after the First Stellar Civilization's cataclysmic destruction, humans have clawed their way back from the brink of extinction and returned to the stars. Massive riches in the form of forgotten tech lie hidden in the ruins of the First Civ's dead, shattered worlds. For a prospector with luck and the right coordinates, they are ripe for the taking. Holtz Mitsumi has neither. Down and out from a failed expedition, Mitsumi allows an enigmatic stranger to talk him into one more prospecting run. After scraping together a crew, Mitsumi embarks with high hopes. But nothing is as it seems and this run may be his last.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 277 Pages (2,482 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Moving Forward: A Novella of Life After Zombies by Jamie Lackey 5.0 Stars (7 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Corinne survived the zombie apocalypse 30 years ago. After the dust settled, she got married, had kids, built a life. All of that is gone in an instant when a zombie attacks a city park. Corinne manages to protect her family, but the zombie bites her before it is taken down. She wakes up in one of the infected sanctuaries, where she'll have to build her life over again, knowing that at any moment she, or anyone around her, could become a monster.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 70 Pages (2,133 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Beakers Dozen by Kevin P Gardner 3.9 Stars (20 Reviews)    Price verified 3 hours ago

John Fields spent his life devoted to science. A chemist slaving for the government on top-secret assignments -- until the day his own concoction killed the love of his life. For ten years, John ran from his past until the day it caught up to him with the help of Richard Bach: oldest friend and worst enemy. Equipped with resources beyond John's wildest imagination, Richard tempts his old friend into bringing down the corruption tangled throughout the world. The only problem? John has a conscience. After getting attacked in his home and waking up in a derelict hospital, John must come to terms with the new realities surrounding him. A virus deadlier than the bubonic plague has destroyed modern civilization and the symptoms point toward the final project John spearheaded With an overwhelming suspicion that all of those deaths may be his fault, John has to prepare himself to help save any remnants of humanity, no matter what gets in his way. Including the blood-thirsty infected trying to kill him around every corner.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 306 Pages (4,148 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Josiah Trenchard and the Might of Fortitude: Space Navy Series Book 1 by Jonathon Fletcher 4.4 Stars (54 Reviews)    Price verified 5 hours ago

The "Space Navy" series is a blend of space opera with a heavy dose of military science fiction and horror. A sci-fi thriller series which has been described as "Star Trek meets Full Metal Jacket". Josiah Trenchard is a no-nonsense, foul mouthed, alcohol-fuelled action hero. He's one of the roughest, toughest troopers in the fleet; a soldier of distinct morals and a renowned lack of tact, who is less "space marine" and more Sean Bean's "Richard Sharpe". Trenchard's been fighting hard in the bloody war that's been raging between the United Worlds and the insurgents, ever since the uprising on Mars, soon after colonization. The insurgents wage a guerrilla war of I.E.D. ambush, assassination and terror attacks. The navy troops live, fight and die by their motto: "Honour, strength and unity!" Trenchard was almost killed during that first great battle; scarred both physically and emotionally. He lost friends and comrades and was given a scar by an unknown assailant, a woman he's searched for ever since. Now, he's fighting the increasingly desperate insurgents once more when he's unexpectedly re-assigned to an untested, prototype vessel and thrown into a series of deadly adventures that will test his mettle to breaking point. The Wolverine class vessel, the "Might of Fortitude", has been designed to be the deadliest hunter-killer star-ship in the fleet. The cramped, submarine-like spacecraft is about to be launched on her maiden voyage. While hunting bloodthirsty pirates who have unleashed a reign of terror throughout the asteroid belt, Trenchard struggles to cope with a woefully inexperienced crew of misfits and reprobates and puts his life on the line to save his ship, his crew, and the honour of the Space Navy. Can Trenchard save the day? Will he ever get a quiet glass of rum and a smoke? Snap on your armour, grab your trusty "Vicar" rifle and board the Might of Fortitude to find out. Join the fight today! https://sites.google.com/view/spacenavy #SpaceNavy ...

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 104 Pages (1,671 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Days After The Music Died by A.G. Kimbrough 3.0 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 6 hours ago

The Days After The Music Died is a Dystopian novel about a post EMP world. A family struggles to escape the madness that is burning the cities and reach a refuge they established on a Mississippi River island. October second appeared to have the makings of a nice day even though Richard Erickson wouldn't be able to enjoy much of it. He would soon be starting a twelve hour shift in the Emergency Room at San Francisco County Hospital. The young man would complete his medical internship in eleven months. Richard's day began at seven, when he showered, dressed, and stopped by Mickey D's for breakfast. By the time he reached the Bay Bridge, the sun was breaking through the fog, and the Oldies Rock on his special playlist had just finished Buddy Holly's "Peggy Sue". Halfway through his second cup of coffee, with the stereo now playing Richi Valens "La Bamba", Richard felt that life was good. As he approached the Treasure Island exit, the Tahoe died, along with the stereo. Taking a quick look at the gas gauge, he saw the whole panel was dead. Coasting to the curb, he noticed that his car was not the only one stopped. Nothing was moving."Oh Shit. its really hit the fan!" he exclaimed. A quick check of his iPhone revealed that it too was dead. Richard opened the door and stepped out. A man in a Tesla jumped out as smoke burst from under the hood. "What the hell is going on?" He demanded. Richard answered. "I think we got hit by an EMP attack." "What does that mean?" "It means the end of the world as we know it. I suggest you get home any way you can. It will be bad everywhere, with no power, water, or food." The man looked unconvinced. He then looked over to his burning car. Without a word, he started toward the off ramp.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 120 Pages (1,701 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Kyrah's Quest (Stars Align Book 1) by Kari Johnson 4.4 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Abandoned as a baby, Kyrah has spent the last decade searching through the stars for where she came from. Her latest lead brings her more than she bargained for and opens up doors she's never dreamed of before. What will she do with her new opportunity for happiness, and what will her past finally reveal?

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 290 Pages (2,464 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Fir Lodge: The first novel in The Restarter Series by Sean McMahon 4.8 Stars (56 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The first novel in The Restarter Series If time shattered, taking away everything you loved, how far would you go to get it all back?... Arriving at a lodge in Norfolk for a long weekend retreat, a group of friends meet for a thirtieth birthday celebration. Before the weekend is over, five of them will die. Trapped in a thirty-three-hour time-loop, only Hal and Kara have the ability to alter fate, and prevent the deaths of their friends. But in order to unravel the secrets hidden within their own past, they must first learn how to adapt to the new rules of their reality. Time, however, is a relentless force. One which will stop at nothing to ensure that events unfold exactly as destiny dictates. With time no longer on their side, Hal and Kara will have to decide just how far they are willing to go to free themselves from their perpetual prison, and exactly what they are prepared to sacrifice to defeat an enemy that has already won. Only one thing is certain... Every action has a consequence. Fir Lodge is a time travel adventure thriller, set amidst the unlikely backdrop of Norfolk, England. Join Hal and Kara, as they attempt to restart the past, to change their future.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 559 Pages (1,642 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Riven (Exile Book 2) by Colleen Vanderlinden (Peitho Press) 4.3 Stars (22 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

An RT Book Reviews Top Pick! "Vanderlinden does an amazing job of developing both the tension regarding the fate of the world and the emotional tension in the forced separation of the two lovers. A terrific book and series!" When Shannen of House Lyon found herself wed to the alien Maarlai prince, she was certain that her marriage would be the strangest (yet most wonderful) part of her life. She did not expect to find herself thrust not only into a war, but also a quest for the crown that should have rightfully been hers. Shannen's journey to claim her crown leads her to friends, allies, and enemies, and, when the absolutely unthinkable happens, she learns what responsibility and leadership truly entail. As Daarik works to unify the Maarlai, he remains conflicted about the task his wife is undertaking. Strong-willed as Shannen is, he regrets agreeing to her insane plot to overthrow the human king. In the end, all of them: prince, princess, human, Maarlai, traitors and faithful, must unite to face a foe none of them could have ever imagined. Loyalty, love, and unity are the only things that will allow them survive, but only if they are strong enough to put aside the ills of the past.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 188 Pages (2,060 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Time Agency by Aaron Frale 3.8 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Fugitive 07760 woke to a busy city street. His memory was blank. A well-dressed man approached him. He left a locked briefcase at 07760's feet. An agent named Nanette tracked 07760. Her agency had been following the anomalous man through time. But the case was different than all the rest. Her well-dressed protégé had given the fugitive the briefcase. A fellow time agent getting involved was cause for panic. 07760's memory came back slowly as the technology in his body began to regenerate his neural pathways. Fragments of a past bubbled to his conscience. He wasn't sure if it was worth reliving. There was a blond woman from years ago, and she disappeared because she was curious. He was on the run because he asked a simple question. "What's the future like?" There was much information about the past. Historians would travel back, blend in, and record "real" history, but 07760 was not allowed to travel to the future. Why was future travel restricted to some mysterious agency division? There was no time to think. The time agents are on his heels.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 200 Pages (692 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Dark Drive: An alternate history time travel thriller by Phil Miles 4.6 Stars (6 Reviews)    Price verified 8 hours ago

They've sent him on a journey through time. They had no idea what year he would arrive in. They didn't even know if he'd be going forwards or backwards. His mission is to find out, then come back and tell them. If he fails, his life will be over; punishment for a crime of conscience. But how hard can it really be? Answer: pretty hard when he's landed in the middle of a vast, empty wilderness with no signs of human habitation. Where does he even begin? And with just hours to spare before the machine returns to the present day, with or without him on board, time is running out... Combining action and suspense with political intrigue, 'Dark Drive' is a stylish and inventive military science fiction adventure; the debut novel from Scriptapalooza semi-finalist Phil Miles. YOU'LL THINK YOU KNOW WHERE IT'S GOING. YOU'LL BE WRONG.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 345 Pages (861 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Alien Embrace: A Story of Space Exploration, Dreams, and a Horrifying Reality by Phil Slattery 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Ron Baker, Amazon Customer, gives this story five stars and comments: "This short has exactly what I like in science fiction: planet exploration and bizarre otherworldly aliens, in this case insectoid. The horrendous purpose the aliens have for the hapless astronauts who make planetfall to find the numerous previous missing exploration teams is grisly. I love the mystery of the planet and the authors device of alternating from the aliens bizarre perspective then switching to the astronauts point of view." Logan Rickover is an officer on a spaceship set to explore the alien world of Stheno D. Captured by a xenomorph that wants to use him as food for its young, he must fight a battle for control of his own mind as the alien feeds him hallucinations to keep him complacent until its young hatch. Can Logan regain control of his mind in time to escape back to his ship?

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 47 Pages (2,337 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Glass World by Suzanne Brandyn (Sunburnt Enterprises) 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Apocalyptic/Suspense/Thriller with a touch of romance. Our world is fragile. One could say it is like glass. One fine crack followed by another, may leave our hearts failing us with fear. Surviving Covid 19, the world is now faced with another catastrophe. Glass World is about a couple with a seven-week-old baby, who face unimaginable obstacles when their perfect existence is stripped away, along with everything they know as civilisation. On the run, with three companions, amidst utter chaos, they fight for survival while facing unbelievable terror. As our world rotates, anything is possible.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 541 Pages (2,420 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Abriothane by Phillip Layton 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Welcome to the land of the Farzwhal, a race of beings located in a parallel dimension from our own. After 2,000 years of toil, the Farzwhal finally create their supreme being, the Abriothane. He will bring them in direct contact with their deity, so that they may get answers as to whether they are on the right path towards their goal of serving the universe. However, what happens when the answer they get is not what they want to hear? The Abriothane is a biomechanical and metaphysical fantasy, mixing the wild imagination of Borges and Tolkien, with the aesthetics of HR Giger. Set in a world where anything might happen, The Abriothane challenges the accepted norms of our own world. While there may be no mirrors in the world of the Farzwhal, they may as well be mirrors into our own psyche. You will discover strange aesthetic forms, new ways of getting around, strange methods of addressing other people, even odd ways of walking. You will learn to love the Abriothane, pity him, and hate him. But to be sure, you will never forget him, or his story.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 225 Pages (475 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Starship Relic (Lost Colony Uprising Book 1) by Darcy Troy Paulin 5.0 Stars (5 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Ancient alien technology. Secret histories. And squids. In space. Max is completing a survey in the barren, frozen north of planet Grailliyn, when he makes a startling discovery. There's a high-tech pod buried beneath the ice, and inside the pod is a young woman. She speaks his language, but with a strange accent. The two are barely past awkward introductions when they are attacked. Max and his new friend are forced to flee. The worst part? They don't even know who is trying to kill them, or why. Now, with assassins on their tail, the duo must find a way off the planet without blowing their cover. And then, if they can do that without getting eaten by space monsters, they might just find out the truth about their world. Starship Relic is book one of the Lost Colony Uprising Trilogy, a sci-fi space opera adventure with spaceships, alien contact, deep conspiracies, wise-cracking characters, and lots of pew-pew (space battle action). Content rating: All ages, teen and up. Minimal language.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 348 Pages (2,079 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Barren: Taking of Name (Version F) by Jon Anthony Perrotti 5.0 Stars (3 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Childhood is over, and she has received a name: Elenn. But with the new name comes a new awareness of self, and for her it is deeply troubling. As other uedin youths face their futures with hope and excitement, Elenn must try to understand what it means that she is barren. It is a syndrome that not only deprives a uedin of her passing-of-life; it means that she is destined to deteriorate into depravity and die in misery. This knowledge poisons every aspect of life for Elenn, but can she find a way to cope, to bide her time, perhaps even to summon the strength to bear her burden with uedin dignity? In version F, the androgynous uedin are referred to with feminine pronouns. Consider the option of Version M which uses masculine pronouns. Which version to read, Version F or Version M? That is the challenge that I present to my readers before they even buy the book. At one time I was suggesting that readers who identify as male should read M, and those who identify as female should read F. But who knows? Perhaps male gender identification people should read F, and vice-versa. As you wrestle with your own point of view, the story, I hope, will take you to a different one altogether.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 298 Pages (461 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Hidden Ship by Mark Wayne McGinnis (Avenstar Productions) 4.2 Stars (289 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Holy Cow, what a fun read! I devoured The Hidden Ship in one night. Sleep is over-rated. Don Prior Brian Polk had been stateside for barely a year after leaving the Air Force when the unthinkable happened. It was an interstellar invasion -- the beginning of the end of known civilization. First, military installations and the largest cities across the globe were turned to rubble. Tens of millions of souls lost during a horrific reign of terror. Government centers and law enforcement resources were next. Finally, the aliens eliminated humanity's means to electronically communicate with each other. The Earupitan's technology and weaponry was so remarkable, so advanced, humanity never really had a chance. The aliens now walk brazenly among humans -- their reptilian eyes always watchful, always scrutinizing. No one is safe, and almost everyone who gets taken into an OEC center never sees the light of day again. Humanity now lives in fear -- freedom is a thing of the past. And then there are those who have befriended the enemy... But not Captain Brian Polk. He's far more interested in taking back a little of what was stolen. When he acquires some of the alien technology, he finally has hope of making some small difference. He might even be able to pull off the impossible -- that or he'll die trying.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 354 Pages (471 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Diffusion by Stan C. Smith 4.3 Stars (209 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

What would you sacrifice to bring to light the greatest discovery in human history? Quentin Darnell was only a boy when his anthropologist parents were overcome by a professional failure so crushing it led to his father's suicide. Now a schoolteacher, Quentin is looking for answers that can only be found in the wild terrains of Indonesian Papua, where years ago his parents studied an isolated aboriginal tribe. Quentin leads his wife, son, and six students on a field trip to experience Papua's pristine tropical forests. When their plane tragically crashes in the wilderness, Quentin becomes trapped in a vicious fight to protect the ones he loves. Just as resources and hope run out, several mysterious tribesmen appear, bearing a substance with extraordinary healing properties. The material promises to benefit all of humanity. But it's much more than medicine. It creates creatures unknown to science. And it brings to life what should remain dead -- including Quentin's own son, Addison. Logic and sanity begin to unravel. Addison speaks a new language. He knows things he shouldn't. And he's a killer. For the others to escape, Quentin must face a decision no parent should have to make.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 298 Pages (3,316 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Justice: A Fortinbras Short Story (Fortinbras Short Stories) by Cora Foerstner (Wood Sorrel Press) 4.9 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

A young assassin trained to kill with precision, Fortinbras hasn't been tested in the savage world of the 22nd century. In this dystopian short story, earth's few survivors struggle to stay alive and carve out a better life. The fortunate ones live in communities or small towns. When a barbaric attack threatens the town of Orange Hope, Fortinbras and his two friends hunt the killers. Armed with expert training and youthful confidence, they ride off to face the heartless murderers. Their success will keep their town safe. Their failure will be the end of Orange Hope.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 35 Pages (2,054 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Berzerker: A Mystery Horror Thriller by Theo Cage (Shaylee Press) 4.7 Stars (32 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

WINTER IS THE GREATEST HORROR STORY OF THEM ALL! Sean Chiller is a cop on vacation with his wife and three-year-old daughter when they become trapped in a strange little town by a killer storm. They discover the colony is the center of a genetics experiment gone horribly wrong; a major corporate research center for GMO foods where the local residents are the guinea pigs, mutating into rampaging zombie monsters, slaves to the town's sociopathic physician, the Mayor, and the county Sheriff. With the help of one eccentric local they plan a bold escape the townies will do anything to stop. Anything. If you have any concerns about the dangers posed by genetically modified food, this novel should keep you up at night. Based on the results of actual studies, Theo Cage weaves a terrifying prophecy of a possible genetic apocalypse.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 353 Pages (999 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Last Legacy: Season One by Taylor Lavati 4.6 Stars (25 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Disaster strikes North America, leaving people without the most basic amenities. Lana is taken from her home and forced to accept a world full of infected, violent beings. Life as humans know it is over, and in its place is a constant fear of death, paranoia, and savagery. The mission in this new world is simple: survive. But survival comes at a cost few can bear. As Lana and Jim find more survivors, new threats surface, their past decisions haunting them as they pass through abandoned towns. Armed with nothing but the pack on her back and a long-handled knife, Lana fears whether or not they'll make it to their destination--or if she'll perish along the way.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 383 Pages (2,119 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Liberty (Citizens of Logan Pond Book 2) by Rebecca Belliston (Gated Publishing) 4.6 Stars (51 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Live free or die... Chicago is burning, a rebellion rises, but that's the least of Carrie's concerns. Patrolman Simmons is assigned new partners who threaten the security and secrecy of Carrie's clan. Tensions are high, lines are drawn, and Carrie feels a wedge growing between her and Greg. Haunted by past mistakes and impending tragedies, Greg knows he should distance himself from Carrie. He knows he should let her love the patrolman who can save her and her siblings, especially with money and resources dwindling. But knowing and doing are different matters. He's busy hatching a plan to salvage things when his citizenship backfires, and he's asked to do the unthinkable. In this stunning follow-up to Life, loved ones are lost, allegiances are tested, and old enemies plot revenge. At every turn, the citizens of Logan Pond must ask: What price would you pay for the liberty of those you love? CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND (Life, Liberty, The Pursuit) is a dystopian romance trilogy set in the not-too-distant future, perfect for readers of all ages. CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND (Life, Liberty, The Pursuit) is a dystopian romance trilogy set in the not-too-distant future. "A piece that should be required reading for young and old alike."- In D'tale Magazine

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 448 Pages (4,329 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Paradise Factory: A New York 2055 Cyberpunk Story (Cortex Book 1) by Jim Keen (Transmission Digital) 4.6 Stars (17 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

She's a policewoman with a past. In a future ruled by AI, one bad decision could get her killed... or worse. New York, 2055. Former UN Marine Alice Yu is a beat-down cop running from guilt in a bankrupt city. Brutally ambushed and left for dead, she's powerless to prevent a ruthless crime boss from abducting the partner she idolizes. Though it will cost her job in a world with 99% unemployment, she vows to bring him back from the lawless and forbidden Fourth Ward Territory. Fighting through injuries and resurfacing trauma, Yu relentlessly tracks her mentor's trail. But when her PTSD flares in the face of a cartel death squad, her bloody background could spell her demise. And if she doesn't succeed, the entire city is doomed. Can Yu save the man she failed, or will her quest for redemption become a suicide mission? The Paradise Factory is the pulse-pounding first book in the Cortex cyberpunk science fiction series. If you like gritty heroines, loyal friends, and dystopian high-tech worlds, then you'll love Jim Keen's action-packed adventure. Buy The Paradise Factory to fight for your future today!

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 202 Pages (2,800 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Middle Falls Time Travel Omnibus: Books 1-3 (Middle Falls Time Travel Omnibus Box Sets Book 1) by Shawn Inmon (Pertime Publishing) 4.7 Stars (48 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Three complete, novel-length books in the Middle Falls Time Travel series. What if you could do it all again? The Unusual Second Life of Thomas Weaver Thomas Weaver, haunted by a teenage tragedy, lived a wasted life. He closed his eyes for what he believed was the last time in 2016, but opened them again in his teenage bedroom and body in 1976. Now a middle-aged man in his teenage body, he sets out to fix everything he did wrong in his first life. A budding serial killer in home room, a possible new romance, and high school algebra complicate his plans. The Redemption of Michael Hollister All Michael Hollister wanted was death. What he got was time travel. Convicted of murder, and with nothing left to live for, Michael commits suicide in his jail cell in 1977, then opens his eyes in 1966, in his eight year old body, all memories of his previous life intact. His first thoughts are of the dark intentions of his father. When the man who raised him once again tries to do the unthinkable, Michael has a chance to right his childhood's greatest wrong. But, can he do that without becoming a killer all over again? The Death and Life of Dominick Davidner How many lives would you spend to find your beloved? Dominick Davidner was murdered. Then things got worse. Instead of going on to the afterlife, Dominick found himself back in his nine year old body, all memories of his previous life intact. All he can think about is Emily, the love of his life, left behind when he died. Unfortunately, she is now thousands of miles away. How can Dominick find his way back to the woman he loves, and what will he say if he finds her? These are the first three novels in the Middle Falls Time Travel series. There are three more box sets, each including three full-length time travel novels, available through Amazon.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 756 Pages (2,269 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Catmaster Online: a LitRPG series by A. J. Chaudhury 4.5 Stars (11 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

Meet Kitty... a cat in a VRMMORPG What would it be like if you were left with only 1% of your memory? Kitty is about to find out. After being betrayed by a close friend, Kitty is down to level one with no knowledge of his past life. With the aid of a cat princess, he'll need to fight his way up the ladder to get to the final boss and save the world. More importantly, he must save his master. Along the way he'll learn new spells, deal with mobs, go on epic quests... and level up! Grab your copy today! Warning: Book contains gore. Kitty is a violent cat.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 361 Pages (6,848 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Winter Plague (The Plague Book 2) by Isla Jones 4.1 Stars (28 Reviews)    Price verified 10 hours ago

Named one of 2018's TOP TEN ZOMBIE READS. Winter's Plague is the found memoir of an ordinary survivor in a cruel world. With Cleo, her beloved dog, Winter fights through the destroyed remains of the States, desperate to reach D.C. where she hopes to find her sister. Only, when she meets the first band of survivors she's seen in months, Winter's long isolation is tested, and her independence rattled. Leo, a mysterious soldier who saved her life, surrounds her with lies and one secret that gnaws on her core... a secret that hides in the restricted RV. And when Castle arrives -- the most intimidating man Winter has ever met -- she realises that their intentions are much darker than she'd ever imagined...

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 229 Pages (2,877 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

The Incredible Flight of the Osprey: An Interstellar Mystery (The Osprey Trilogy Book 1) by DJ Albrecht (Water Valley Press) 5.0 Stars (2 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

An Interstellar Adventure - in the spirit of Jules Verne Pursuing an elusive Space Pirate, the crew, of the USS Osprey, find themselves stranded on a mysterious world. Their space ship is dead, and they must find a way to survive on their own. To make matters worse, they are incommunicado. NASA prepares a rescue ship, but where do they send it? The Osprey has disappeared without a trace! The Osprey's commanding officer, Captain Dirksen, must keep his crew together and alive until a rescue ship arrives. He knows that there's hell to pay if the entire crew doesn't make it back home. When will the rescue ship arrive? Someone is watching. But who? And who is behind the cryptic messages that seem to taunt the Osprey's crew daily? Chief Petty Officer Torres thinks he made the first contact with their watcher, but no one on the crew believes him. Will anyone believe him when, or if, they return to earth? But first, they must survive. Where is that rescue ship? If you're looking for a story with twists, reminiscent of Ray Bradbury, this is a must read!

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 277 Pages (764 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Unsuitable by Dawn Norwell 5.0 Stars (1 Review)    Price verified 2 hours ago

The award winning novel by Dawn Norwell. By the year 2320, nuclear warfare has killed most of the world's population. Resources are limited, and survivors have been divided into two groups- suits and unsuits. Kai Markavitch is considered a suit, one of the privileged few who enjoys a life of luxury. Despite her affluent lifestyle, Kai feels trapped by her overbearing government. So when rumors surface that there is an unsuit community beyond the dome, Kai is determined to join them and leave her mundane life behind her. But Kai isn't welcome in this new world. The unsuits loathe her, placing decades of resentment on her shoulders. After enduring verbal and physical altercations, and near murder, Kai finds her new life to be a living hell. It's only after she meets Zander that things begin to look up. An unsuit soldier, Zander sees her as the enemy. But when Kai makes a grave sacrifice to protect Zander's family, their relationship is forever altered. The duo attempts to unite the suits and unsuits, a seemingly impossible task, all while trying to save their relationship from the negativity of those around them. Now a second war lies on the brink, and Kai finds herself at the middle of it. She embarks on an incredible journey of self-discovery, betrayal, and romance as she finds her place in this new world.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 388 Pages (801 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Yorktown: Katana Krieger #1 by Bill Robinson 4.3 Stars (337 Reviews)    Price verified 2 hours ago

Four hundred years in our future, Captain Katana Krieger has just assumed command of the Union Navy's new frigate, USS Yorktown, when suddenly she and her crew are assigned to find a missing convoy 200 light years from earth. What she finds instead is an alien invasion, one that only she and her crew can stop. Action and adventure await the reader. This is not great literature, it's simply great fun. Some violence, an adult innuendo or two, and an occasional "frak," otherwise fine for fun lovers of all ages. NOTE: A couple bits of information appear to be useful based on the first 60 or so reviews. First. Yes, it's written in the first person, which bothers some folks in this genre, but I thought it necessary since it's a mystery being solved and this way you get the same info she gets to figure it out. It is, as many have pointed out, unlike 99% of alien invasion stories. Second, Katana is not Spruance, or Nimitz, or Halsey or any modern Navy commander. She is based on Steven Decatur, late 1700s US frigate captain. Youngest captain in US Navy history, one of only 53 people ever to have a portrait appear on US currency, namesake of an Arleigh Burke destroyer. When the USS Philadelphia was captured in Tripoli, he planned, executed, and personally led a special ops mission to destroy her (which earned him the utter respect of Horatio Nelson). When his brother was killed, he planned, executed, and led a special ops mission during which, outnumbered better than 5 to 1, he still managed to personally kill the enemy ship captain and escape. He was sent by Thomas Jefferson to negotiate treaties with foreign governments, which he usually did through expeditious use of his cannons. No modern commander would act that way, but Katana's soul is 700 years old. The ships in this book are generally either (a) revolutionary war battles or (b) associated with the first six frigates of the US Navy (Congress, Constitution, Decatur, Bainbridge, Truxton). This is a topsails and ...

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 440 Pages (520 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 29th, 2020

Exile by Colleen Vanderlinden (Peitho Press) 4.1 Stars (58 Reviews)    Price verified 16 hours ago

Two races fight for what remains of a dying planet. For generations, the Maarlai, an alien race who fled the destruction of their own home world, have lived silently, hidden, exiled on Earth. They watched, year by year, as humanity destroyed what was once a planet full of hope and promise. Unable to idly watch as the planet dipped further into destruction, the Maarlai left their hidden villages and went to war with what was left of humanity. With the death of the last great human king, the Maarlai found themselves victorious and vowed to protect and restore the planet that had sheltered them for so long. A treaty made, an alliance formed. Shannen of House Lyon is a member of the last of the human royal families. While they bend knee to the Maarlai ruler, her people have not forgotten their former greatness, the years of bloodshed and horror... or the memory of their fallen king. To ensure a lasting peace between their two peoples, Shannen and three other prominent human women are sent to the Maarlai capital. One of them will wed the future Maarlai king, cementing the peace between former enemies. When Shannen finds herself married to the Maarlai warrior, she discovers a whole new world... and freedom unlike anything she could have imagined. When war threatens once again, she will need to decide where her loyalties truly lie.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 169 Pages (2,072 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 28th, 2020

Glad You're Born: A Sci-Fi Novel (Alien Mysteries Book 2) by Scott Michael Decker (Creativia) Price verified 16 hours ago

Allison Strange is not your typical young woman. After growing up on a planet occupied by indigenous alien moss, Allison finds herself in the middle of a power struggle: the shrinking moss supply is threatening the planet's clone production industry. In the middle of increasing clone unrest, Allison discovers alarming evidence about her birth, and begins to question her whole existence. Is it any wonder that Allison Strange is glad you're born?

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 308 Pages (1,111 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 28th, 2020

Power Spot by C.V. Allan Price verified 17 hours ago

Ten SF short stories. In 'Power Spot' a post-apocalyptic tribal society discovers a mandala in a former industrial area. 'Simulation' follows two academics as they investigate an outbreak of mass mania. In 'The Breakdown Crew' an organisation is investigating nervous breakdowns in the past, using obsolete technology to access individual experiences.

Genre: Science Fiction [x]
Length: 148 Pages (988 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: May 28th, 2020
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