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Rebirth

by Aaron Hodges


The United States have fallen. A new power has risen in North America, but now a terrifying virus is spreading across the countryside. Once infected, people change, mutating into superhuman creatures known as the Chead. Wherever they walk, death follows. Desperate to defend its citizens, the government launches the Praegressus Project – an experimental program to enhance the human race.


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Category: Science Fiction – Dystopian

 

The Silver Horn Echoes: A Song of Roland

by Michael Eging and Steve Arnold


In the Dark Ages, the Frank kingdom is threatened by enemies and traitors. To save all he loves from destruction, a young knight must be willing to sacrifice everything!

The Silver Horn Echoes pays homage to “La Chanson de Roland” by revisiting an age of intrigue and honor, and a fateful decision in the shadows of a lonely mountain pass —Roncevaux!

A High-Energy Tale of Battles, Bravery, and Treachery
“The allure of intense conflicts and divided loyalties should keep readers turning pages straight through to the novel’s surprising conclusion.” Kirkus Review


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Category: Fantasy – Historical

 

Harkworth Hall

by L.S. Johnson


“Ask him about his wives.”

Caroline Daniels must marry, and marry well. But in her remote corner of England eligible suitors are few and far between, and none hold a candle to her closest friend, Diana Fitzroy.

When Sir Edward Masterson arrives, he seems the answer to Caroline’s financial worries, though she instinctively dislikes the reticent, older merchant. Soon Sir Edward has set his sights on acquiring both Caroline and the decaying Harkworth Hall.

Caroline’s future seems secure, save that Sir Edward’s enigmatic secretary hints at a dark secret, and Sir Edward shows an unusual interest in the nearby bay. To discover Sir Edward’s true purpose, Caroline will have to face the horror beneath Harkworth Hall—and the woman who will change her life.


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Category: Fantasy – Historical

 

Oblivion Threshold

by J.R. Mabry & B.J. West


An unstoppable alien army is coming.
You discover you have powers you can’t control.
Your next move will either save the earth or destroy the universe…

Every man under Captain Jeff Bowers’ command was killed—on his first mission out. Ever since, he’s been a shell of a man, only taking solo assignments in deep space…

An alien species called the Prox has destroyed one colony after another, and the search is on for something—anything—that can stop them before they reach Earth…

Bowers is spying on the Prox when his ship crashes and he dies…kind of. When he wakes up in his Anchorage apartment he discovers he has a new body—and new powers that could win the war…or end all life as we know it.

Oblivion Threshold is the first book in the thrilling Oblivion Saga. If you love Star Trek and Starship Troopers, you simply cannot pass up this adventure.


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Category: Science Fiction – Military

 

EXOTIQA (Robot Cyberpunk)

by M.Black


Set in the robot cyberpunk year 2055 in British Columbia, Canada, where humans are part robotic and robots are becoming more humanlike, the line dividing the two is becoming less clear. When the nation is controlled by a popular online program, those that deviate risk their lives. But that never stopped Fione. Filled with haunting questions of consciousness and artificial intelligence, identity and self-awareness, politics and love, life and death, the reader will be engaged in an entertaining story filled with futuristic technology.

This robot cyberpunk will appeal to fans of Divergent, Configured, Freelancer, iRobot, The Glitch, Blade Runner, artificial intelligence, robotics, and futuristic technology will enjoy this story about two young, but strong female heroines who must save the fragile system crumbling around them.

“ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS I’VE READ IN A WHILE.”


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Category: Science Fiction – Cyberpunk

 

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