Science Fiction

  • After the Fall: Tales of the Apocalypse – A Collection of Short Stories by Marek Lewandowski

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    A desolate landscape, wracked with upheaval, the uncanny nature of a place once so familiar. A revelation of what was formerly undisclosed, the harbingers of apocalypse are edging ever closer…The wasteland of abandoned memories, the end of the world or a chance for a new beginning. Be it a personal apocalypse, or one of great cataclysm, the stories that arise from the rubble are tales of aftermath and tales of survival. Bridging the gap between Science Fiction and Horror, the gothic overtones of the apocalyptic imagination are explored to their full extent in these short stories.

  • Tego Arcana Dei – Forces of retribution by Andrew Man

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    Marooned in a parallel universe on a war-torn planet, James Pollack finds a mysterious time-travelling medallion which leads him on a Sci-Fi adventure.

  • Hold Still the Sky: the complete story by Cameron McVey

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    Worldwide eruptions have clouded Earth’s atmosphere. The remnants of humankind live inside domed cities. Biomass guidelines strictly regulate births, copulation and food rations. Amputation of “unnecessary limbs” is viewed as a noble sacrifice. Power is generated by massive solar energy-collecting sails. Hangers are those chosen to maintain the sails at great risk to life and limb. This is the story of Kara, one of the hangers. She’s trying to have a baby. “Hold Still the Sky: the complete story” is an episodic novel originally published in six parts.

  • Lightning Seed by Nathan McGrath

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    A broken America trapped in a persistent winter; all communications dead. Haunted by strange visions, an amnesiac teenager and an army veteran race across a frozen landscape to prevent an alliance of extremists from destroying an entire city with a sinister WMD.

  • Ice and Peace by Clare Dargin

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    A New Threat? After a long and vicious war, peace is on the horizon for Earth and its allies. However, a series of mysterious attacks on several secret military installations causes hostilities to rise once again.

    Redemption. Having left under a cloud of disgrace, retired Marine Colonel Medoro Keegan is called back to duty.

    Bound. His wife Caitlin, the only surviving member of her team, chooses to embrace life, albeit grudgingly, as a cryo soldier. Seen as sub-human, she is forced to serve a planet that denies her rights as a person.

    Driven. Guided by their sense of duty and belief that some things are bigger than them, they are determined to risk it all.

    Hope. The cost of war is high. Can their love and marriage survive? Or will it be killed off by the very same mission that brought them together?

  • Special Rewards Book 2 of The Coursodon Dimension Series by M.L. Ryan

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    What would you do if you discovered there was a parallel dimension?

    Hailey Parrish used to be an average, everyday human. Boring, in fact. After being possessed by Sebastian Kess, a magically inclined enforcer from the parallel dimension Coursodon, her life took a decidedly less mundane turn. Besides coming to grips with the existence of supernatural beings, she risked her life helping Sebastian and her heart falling for his protégé, Alex Sunderland. Now, Hailey has to deal with the bit of arcane power that Sebastian left behind when he returned to his own body and try to stay out of the crossfire when an unknown assailant seeks revenge against Alex.

    Special Rewards, book two of the Coursodon Dimension Series combines paranormal romance, urban fantasy, science fiction and a bit of quirky humor.

  • The Star Agency by R.E.Weber

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    The Star Agency is an interstellar secret agent adventure for readers aged 10 and above. It follows the adventures of a thirteen-year-old boy, Theopolis James Logan, and several of Earth’s brightest young people, thrust into a life of excitement and danger on another world, defending a galactic alliance against a dangerous and resourceful enemy.

    Despite its sometimes-fantastical elements, the story is strongly character based, dealing with friendship, fear, love, loss and the growing pains of teenage life. But it is also a rousing adventure full of excitement, intrigue, romance and humour.

  • The Odyssey Gene by Kfir Luzzatto

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    You have just discovered that you are immune to a contagious disease that once threatened to decimate Earth’s population.

    Now you must face Society and the grudge it nurtures against your kind.

    What if they took away a few of your civil rights…just enough to make you a second-rate citizen…

  • Proximity (The Proximity Series, #1) by M. A. George

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    Dr. Palta Capal would be a typical American career woman…if only she were human.

    She has found her calling in this world as a physician. It’s an ideal outlet for her compassionate spirit…and unearthly healing powers.

    Palta may spend her nights rereading Jane Austen novels, but she deliberately avoids pursuing her own love story. Human men—attractive as they may be—inevitably grow old and wither, leaving her to grieve in solitude. Frankly, no one has seemed worth the torment.

    Enter Eric Moran, the intensely attractive and enigmatic new coworker on the scene. With his quiet confidence and warm smile, he manages to draw Palta’s attention. Little does she know that he, too, holds a secret…one that will propel them both into an escalating collision of two worlds.

  • Ghost In The Machine by C.E. Kilgore

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    “Love is like a wormhole. You stumble on to it blindly, it sucks you in and takes you somewhere completely unexpected. You can’t fight it, because that would tear your ship apart. You can’t control it, either. All you can do is set your thrusters on glide and let it take you where it’s going to take you.”

    Going against the rules of her Vesparian Sisterhood, which seeks to keep its entire existence a secret, Orynn is thrown into the open by a request for help that she could not refuse. Seeking to reconcile past mistakes and gain a forgiveness she feels she does not deserve, the control over her empathic abilities is put to the test when the darkness that lives within her spirit threatens to once again destroy any piece of happiness that she allows herself to find.

    As a Mechatronic Automaton, Ethan defines his world through a set of logically defined values and understandings. Encountering Orynn throws his system out of balance as he tries to decide if he should trust the feelings he is developing, or if he should follow the logic telling him that she is trying to control him for some unknown purpose. Should he keep her at a distance despite his want to bring her near, or should he follow the heart he swears he does not have? As his understanding of her develops, he begins to question all of his preconceived notions about both himself and the universe around him.

    In his attempts to capture the Vesparian prey he has been hunting after for two decades, the First Commander of the Xen’dari fleet will stop at nothing and track Orynn to the ends of the universe. On a path of vengeance for a past he can’t let go of, he will do everything in his power to burn her world down around her feet until nothing is left but ash and the bitter taste of regret.

    Ghosts of the past clash with hopes for the future in this first book of the series, set in a universe where nothing is as it seems at first glance and trust is a highly priced commodity.