Science Fiction

  • The Immortals by Mary Hallberg

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    McKenzie Palmer is only 16, but she’s going to live forever.

    Well, maybe.

    Ten years ago, a devastating economic collapse drove most of the United States into poverty. The only citizens exempt from this are the Immortals. Those lucky enough to be chosen as Immortals are given unlimited access to a life prolonging drug called TNV and lifelong grants to sustain lavish lifestyles. It’s a position many would kill for.

    When McKenzie is selected for this honor, she’s apprehensive. McKenzie’s grandfather was an Immortal, one of the few who left. He’s always told her how corrupt most Immortals are.

    But when McKenzie meets a handsome young Immortal named Gage, grandpa’s warnings fall by the wayside.The more McKenzie falls for Gage, the deeper into the world of the Immortals she goes — and the more she realizes how right her grandpa is. But if she leaves, she’ll lose her boyfriend, her eternal youth and her large income. With one foot in each world, McKenzie has to make the toughest decision of her young — and possibly eternal — life.

  • The Forbidden Zone by Aedan Sayla

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    Earth in the Near Future

    A select few wanted there to be lot fewer mouths to feed. A minority of the population made it happen. The problem is the plan worked way to well.

    Sustainable genocide was the plan, and yet things went way to far. Now humanity is approaching zero.

    They want to breed me to make up for their mistake. To hell with them.

  • Origins, The Infusion Series Book 1 by Steven Tandberg

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    Best-selling young adult thriller!
    Death in his past. Cancer in his future. Love will sustain him. Betrayal will scar him. Mortality may save him.
    Origins chronicles the adventures of Coyle, a teenager with leukemia who undergoes an experimental treatment and receives much more than he bargains for. While his body appears cured, something deeper has gone terribly wrong. The world lauds the success over cancer without knowing the consequences. Soon they will realize that Coyle is their only hope for salvation. When the treatment begins to affect those he loves, Coyle is compelled to act with his new found abilities.


    “I felt a connection to the characters and was completely wrapped around their situations and what was happening in the book.

    So take it from the picky reader, the book is great and was a huge success with me!”


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  • The Scientist’s Price by L. P. Peace

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    He will cross the galaxy to find her.

    When Kadian agreed to help humans design an engine that could break the light barrier, he had no idea his heart would become the property of one human so completely. But she rejected him, even though he could see the fire in her eyes and feel the passion in her kisses. Then she left, on the same ship powered by the very engine they’d designed together.

    When Olivia’s ship is attacked and the crew sold into slavery, Kadian will do anything, hurt anyone, stop at nothing to find her and when he does, he will allow nothing to separate them again.

    His price for this rescue?


  • Interstellar Angel by Laura Navarre

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    In a galactic mating contest where desire is deadly, the only guys she wants are the three she can never trust.

    In a faraway galaxy on the edge of apocalypse, cyber samurai Kaia of Kryll is the daughter of a tyrant who’s worshipped as a god by billions. A prison sentence she’ll kill to escape, since women like Kaia are worshipped in chains. And she’s just become the prize five hundred sexed-up suitors will lie, seduce, and slaughter to possess in a ritual contest for her bed.

    In the scramble to slip past her samurai defenses into her cybersuit, the only guys she wants are the three she can never trust. These four have a boatload of shared secrets and a shared passion so combustible it’s practically pyrophoric—breaking every dangerous rule on a world where lovers are crucified for unconventional unions. Their illicit heat will either end the war destroying all their races…

    Or get the four of them killed when a god unleashes a death warrant for their heads.

    Interstellar Angel is an epic, hyper-sexy, MMMF reverse harem space opera/sci fi romance and your gateway to the Astral Heat universe, where Star Wars meets The Hunger Games. Laura Navarre delivers turbocharged outer space action with a fearless heroine, a cliffhanger series that ends with a guaranteed happily-ever-after, and a whole lot of heat.

  • Mr Thinkalot’s Fantastic Space Journey by I.M.Mayes

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    Mr Thinkalot is a professor of science. He has lots of ideas and cannot stop thinking. He works tirelessly and has developed something very special.

    The problem is that nobody believes in him; they believe that he will never amount to much or do anything worthwhile.

    But, Mr Thinkalot is about to prove everyone wrong as he rockets off deep into our solar system and beyond where no one from Earth has ever dared venture. What questions will he ask? What mysteries will unfold? What Earth shattering news will he discover?

    He returns to Earth a changed man, with a very important message for humanity.

    This time they will listen.

    Follow Mr Thinkalot on his fantastic space journey and see where it takes him.

    With bright and quirky illustrations, this book is a fantastic way to learn about how we can help change the future of our planet.

  • Jada’s World of Feelings by Jada Isidore

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    Jada’s World of feelings is a book inspired by a seven-year-old girl living in New York with her parents. She tries in her little world to describe the various feelings she experiences on a daily basis. She understands that everyone has feelings and we should not always act on our feelings as some of them can be bad. The book gives a snapshot of the feelings Jada experiences in a given week. Some of the feelings she loves, while others like ‘anger’ she tries to eradicate. Jada encourages children her age to examine the feelings they experience and to know how to process them. This book can be beneficial to teachers, parents, and guardians as an instructive story guide.

  • Klemondion: Redemption by Ed Benjamin

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    An orphaned teenager stands before three graves and in despair and desperation enters the United States Air Force as a driver. Inspired by the pilots he ferries to their planes; Harry rises in the Air Force to become a TOP GUN fighter pilot.

    While flying his F-15 Eagle a Combat Air Patrol show of force mission over the border of Iran and Iraq, Harry’s wing man is shot down by Iranian Captain Zandi (also known as Mar) using an Top Secret experimental missile.

    In the ensuing air battle, Harry displays amazing airmanship but loses consciousness, endures a life threating situation, and undergoes a near death experience. After the mission, the Air Force grounds Harry.

    In the meantime, his enemy, Mar, attains even greater aerial victories helping Pakistani pilot fly combat against Indian Air Force fighter pilots.

    While he waits for the results of his medical evaluations, the Air Force assigns Harry to the Air Force Office of Special Investigations to help with administration. He soon discovers he has a natural investigative ability, but this does not keep him from falling into a pit of despair.

    Faced with a fate of losing his flying career, Harry falls victim to the emotional lows, self-doubt, and anger. He relieves his frustrations and feelings of abandonment and loneliness with alcohol and an assortment of women.

    Questions abound.

    Can Harry overcome his despair?

    Will his love for Katie, a computer geek he meets on a case, help him overcome his despair?

    But two burning questions override all.

    Will he ever fly again?

    Will he ever meet Mar in aerial combat to avenge the loss of his wing man?

    And, if he does, will he finally find REDEMPTION?

  • TRIBES by Mia Frances

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    Alex is taking her sisters and their kids to her camp in the Adirondacks when the unthinkable happens: nuclear war. The radio warns them to seek immediate shelter. Greeted by guns and bullets when they try to find refuge, they are forced to hide in a cave to avoid the fallout. After two weeks in their dank hole, Alex discovers her sisters have gone back to the city to search for their husbands, leaving Alex to care for the children. It’s a 35-mile hike to her camp. A journey through hell! The hamlets and villages they pass through have been turned into killing fields. Society is devolving. Chaos reigns as looters, murderers, and rapists hold sway. Along the way, Alex rescues two children orphaned by the violence. Driven by starvation, she stumbles on a hidden cache of food only to discover it’s guarded by a man who’ll haunt her nightmares. Half guardian angel, half demon. Both barbarian and benefactor. A strange mixture of brutality and gentleness, cruelty and caring. A man named Wolf!

  • The Promethean Child by Jose Adame

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    Our ancestors fled Earth, humanity’s survivors absconding on the eve of a nuclear apocalypse. Their only hope of survival hinging on finding more of the ultra-rare element that makes faster than light travel possible. A quest that pulls them half a galaxy away. Three hundred years and nine generations later, humans have established themselves in their New Eden. In the asteroid belt, the Federation of Free Colonies holds sway, a loose affiliation of Privateers who have maintained their independence through superior technology and control of key resources. On the central worlds, the United Corporate Sphere are the descendants of the original conglomerates who funded humanity’s exodus. The pragmatic Corporatists have established a multi-world utopia through questionable means, subjugating society’s destitute, sending them to work for the rest of their lives on welfare colonies. Jarek Ansley lives in hiding amongst the people of one such colony, Anesidora-3, scratching out a brutal living as a resource miner. Now, after eight years of undisturbed peace, a single ship descends in the dead of night, threatening to expose his deepest secret; the long-dormant power trapped within him.