Tag: science fiction

I, Carlos

I, Carlos

| January 10, 2020

I, Carlos is thriller in which a revolutionary computer chip, containing the personality of Carlos the Jackal, the world’s most notorious assassin, is implanted into the protagonist’s brain. He then sets out to kill the President of the United States—not to mention anyone standing in the way of his ultimate quarry. It’s a page-turner that […]

Edge of the Breach

Edge of the Breach

| January 8, 2020

EDGE OF THE BREACHBook 1 of the Rift Cycle We all become monsters at the edge of the breach. In a post-apocalyptic world where season of birth determines power — spring healers, summer mages, fall shapeshifters, and winter shields — a man and a woman emerge from tragic childhoods to lead humanity on opposite sides […]

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Illusions of Steel and Sunset

Illusions of Steel and Sunset

| December 31, 2019

In this collection of short stories Nova and Fiz race to save their city, as well as a brave young lady, from the destruction of a sound ripple bomb. Jusker Royal solves a mystery including a dead man, stolen coins and a bottle of Elven elixer. Leaflow must delve into the very depths of a man’s mind…and […]

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Artemis One-Zero-Five

Artemis One-Zero-Five

| December 26, 2019

‘… a deft job of developing an ongoing sense of dread and impending terror, all the while making the characters and their reactions rational … a really well done, character-driven sci-fi/horror story …’ (Kendall Reviews) They’d said it was dead. A lifeless rock, spinning in space. But life can take many forms. Out there – […]

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Declassified

Declassified

| December 11, 2019

Since the project MK-ULTRA scandal in 1975, the state-funded experiment on humans was brought to an end. Nevertheless during the cold war continued USSR their human experimenting, but all reports disappeared in the collapse of the Soviet Union. An ongoing investigation for years makes the FBI discover a freestanding KGB network within the USA. In […]

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Shadow City

Shadow City

| November 21, 2019

“This exciting mashup of horror and action-adventure tropes is sure to have readers tuning in for the next installment.” –Publishers Weekly Los Angeles is an apocalyptic wasteland. The few survivors of a horrific catastrophe live under the constant threat of radiation, mutated creatures, and worse… lurking in the shadows. In the ruins of the deserted […]

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Context

Context

| October 18, 2019

What is the meaning of life? Why are we here? What is it to be human? What is existence? What does it feel like to control the human species? These are some of the questions that the characters in this book unintentionally come to answer. At first glance this book appears to be like every […]

New Eden

New Eden

| October 6, 2019

“One of the best novels I’ve read in years . . .” “Mind boggling. New Eden will change the way you view the universe and life itself.” “Extremely well written. I can’t believe New Eden is this author’s first novel.” After the untimely death of his mentor, Berkeley physicist Joshua Andrews has dedicated himself to […]

Moria Versus The Nightmare Machine

Moria Versus The Nightmare Machine

| October 1, 2019

Sixteen-year-old Christopher ‘Moria’ Unus lives in two realities: the humdrum existence of his tower-block home and high school career and the fantasy universe of the Dreamnet — a collection of worlds built within a vast organic quantum computer network, where much of the population now spends its collective time constructing their own versions of life, […]

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Anamchara and The Force of Ahaon: The Prophet Arrives

Anamchara and The Force of Ahaon: The Prophet Arrives

| October 1, 2019

After ten years in the Air Force which included a tour in Iraq and being selected for Special Operations at MacDill Airforce Base, Eli returns to civilian life in search of a computer programming position. His first interview and job offer are with Galaxy Mining Company based in Houston, Texas. He is hired for what […]

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