Free science fiction Kindle books for 06 Dec 13

The Plague Within (Brier Hospital Series)

by Lawrence Gold

Even in the age of the genome and sophisticated biotechnology, medical progress still moves at a snail’s pace. Seasoned investigators are matured by experience and they accept the virtue of the too-slow scientific process. The young, however have been brought up in a world of instant gratification, and they barrel ahead never looking back to see the havoc in their wake.
So it is with Dr. Harmony Lane. In her single-minded obsession to cure her patients, she cuts corners and treats a desperately ill woman with an experimental viral vector provided by an unscrupulous research scientist. While he shares her impatience, he cares nothing for her humanistic sensibilities. She uses a similar vector on her patients with autoimmune diseases.
While the vector has remarkable curative properties, it soon becomes clear that it has devastating and lethal side effects.
The race is on to cure or at least control the vector before it kills again.
The novel proves, once again, that “the road to hell is paved with good intentions”.


by Annette Eisenmann

A troubled boy’s destiny awaits himâ?¦two thousand years in the past.

For most of his 13 years of life, Tony has known nothing but anger, betrayal, and abuse at the hands of his violent, sadistic father, a well-respected man in their home town of Cologne, Germany. Yet through it all, the boy has remained strong in body and spiritâ??until his parental tormentor commits an unthinkable act of murder and blames his own son for the crime. Emotionally shattered, trapped and desperate to escape, Tony accepts an ancient Celtic medallion from a stranger, and soon finds himself miraculously transported back to the days of the Roman Empire and in the care of a cavalryman named Titus Flavius Bassus.

On military campaign in Germania, the proud and loyal soldier Bassus believes this angry, damaged youth was sent to him by the Gods, the son he has always wanted but could never have. He will guard and protect this boy from all enemies, with his very life if necessary. But Tony refuses to trust any man who calls himself “father,” even as the bond between them grows stronger. And he knows he must somehow find his way back to his own time, for there is justice to be served thereâ?¦and vengeance to be done.

Tokyo Zombie Apocalypse

by Ben Stevens

From the author of the bestselling PARKER: THE STORY OF AN APOCALYPSE SURVIVOR.

Tokyo has been overrun by the walking dead.

Suddenly – catastrophically.

Miyuki Yoshida must somehow get from her high-school to the hospital where her mother is. But soon Miyuki realizes that the countless horrific, lurching figures with the snapping teeth aren’t the only things she has to try and avoid…

For there are other survivors – and some of these survivors have seriously bad intentions…

‘…I have become a big fan of Ben Stevens. He writes extremely well…’ Lloyd Tackitt, bestselling author of A DISTANT EDEN and EDEN’S WARRIORS.ã??(Amazon US ***** review for THE WHISTLER: A MURDERER’S TALE.)

Pressure: First Encounter

by Alex Beyman

Three miles beneath the waves, the crew of the Argyro deepsea research station studies exotic life in a world without sun. None could’ve realized what waited for them in the trench below…until it reached out to their dreams.

It spoke in a language we could not understand, and in words impossible to ignore. So the topside powers sent a sleep researcher to make contact, our small minds feebly answering it’s call. Had we known what it wanted, we’d have remained silent.

When that motive is discovered by the crew of the Argyro, their mission will change from one of peaceful contact from the surface world to preventing it at all costs.

Humanity Gone: Facade of Order

by Derek Deremer

Since the plague, America has become a jungle. In a country suddenly without leadership, those left behind try to duplicate what they once considered law and order. Caught in the middle of the chaos is a family struggling to find one another. However, time and scars have taken their toll on everyone… and nothing will ever be the same.

The second book of

the Humanity Gone Saga.


by John Buckley

Jen, Fred, and Scott are watching their favorite movie Shadow Thief in Portland Maine. Suddenly Fred springs the idea of them all going to visit Veraclare-it is the entertainment planet where dead (and some living believe it or not) actor’s movies live on as holograms-with many of the real actors controlling their holograms using brain implants. You can touch and act out scenes from your favorite movies-with your favorite actors-with these 3 dimensional holograms (making it a movie fan’s nirvana). You can be in The Godfather going toe to toe with Brando! Or taking pitches from Roy Hobbs in The Natural (think about it. Not just another vacation with the kids).

They accept Fred’s urging and travel to the Spaceport. Yet in the back of Jen’s mind is the idea of saving her favorite actor-Ben Train-from a self induced coma. Ben rejected the notion of being alive after losing the Oscar for the 4th time. Hatred welled up inside him and he just snapped. 30 years later Jen hopes to change his fate. She wants to help him if it’s all she ever does. But does he want to be saved from himself?

Puzzling as this plot is, it’s the heart of this ride through the mire that is one actor’s decision to give up on everything. This creates voyagers with different paths. They are sidewalk smoke rings dissolving into the wind. It becomes rapidly clear everything is hurling them forward towards Ben Train (and his living burial). Why did he throw away his acting career so young? Why is he still blowing that scene day after day on Veraclare? And why is there such secrecy surrounding his actual whereabouts?

It’s Blade Runner meets The Great Gatsby. Not for the faint of heart.

Beautiful People

by James Alexander

In a world where beauty equates with wealth and power, Mary, a disadvantaged but intelligent, young student attending an elite college filled with beautiful, rich peers, must accept the reality that she will never be equal to her classmates because of her family’s economic station. Unable to enhance her beauty with the expensive gene therapy her fellow students have received, Mary is faced with a constant barrage of ridicule from her wealthy counterparts and instructors.

Mary’s life is about to change.

About to give up on her academic future, Mary is presented with a very expensive, early Christmas gift from her parents-one that would change her life forever. Sacrificing their life’s savings, Daniel and Bridget, hope to buy their daughter happiness with a gene therapy package. Now, Mary is confronted with accepting a new way of life filled with the possibility of money and power, but first she must make some difficult decisions.

The Killing Frost (The Avengers Series)

by Scott Gamboe

There is an uneasy peace between the United Systems Coalition and the Bromidian Empire. But it is constantly strained by the actions of a group of renegade Bromidians who call themselves Rising Sun, and an elite Coalition military group known as the Avengers has been fighting a covert war against them for years.

Captain Arano Lakeland leads one of the teams. His motivation, vengeance. Revenge against Rising Sun’s invasion of his homeworld and the subsequent slaughter of his family. His actions, however, in his relentless quest to see the Bromidian empire brought to its knees, have won him the enmity of Grand High Councilor Balor Tient, a corrupt man holding one of the most powerful positions in the Coalition.

To further complicate matters, Arano’s efforts to prove a connection between Rising Sun and the Bromidian government are being hampered by both a traitor in the Coalition bureaucracy, and the Coalition’s desire for peace at any price. And now it is a race against time as Arano and his companions try to survive long enough to solve a series of brutal murders, expose the traitor in their midst, and unite various factions with the Coalition. And if he fails?

Cataclysmic war that will engulf the entire galaxy.

New Dawn Rising (Avengers Series)

by Scott Gamboe

A year has passed since the end of the conflict between the United Systems Coalition and the Bromidian Empire. From the ashes of war a democratic government has arisen, with the Coalition and Bromidians working to form a fragile peace. But behind the scenes, a conspiracy is growing, threatening to destroy the stability Captain Arano Lakeland and his elite unit have fought to protect. When a coup d’état overthrows the provisional Bromidian government, Arano finds himself trapped behind enemy lines and has to lead an unlikely band of companions against a shadowy foe. Fighting for their very survival, the group waits for word about who is behind the insurrection and prepares to hunt down the intergalactic terrorist responsible for a series of deadly bombings. Before it is over, the unit’s search will expose a vast and terrible conspiracy that could destroy the Coalition.

Empty Sea

by Dennis Yates

Following a devastating assault by unknown attackers, survivors of a tropical tourist resort embark on a dangerous trek across a barren sea bed in search of answers. What they uncover along the way is a plot far greater than they could imagine, where a ruthless interplanetary tycoon will stop at nothing to get what he’s after.

Solara (Solara Universe)

by Micah Cox

The year is 2299; the earth has been turned into a waste land, hardly anything can survive there. Extreme temperature changes have turned the planet into a nearly deserted rock. The Sura, one of the few remaining families with power were technological geniuses, after the great war of 2200 A.D. they formulated a plan to turn the earths only natural satellite into a living breathing planet.

The success of the project however, was short lived due to the emergence of a new threat.

Dive into a universe where the line between courage and insanity is as thin as it gets.

Immense risk, even greater rewards, space battles dogfights, and an ever changing enemy.

Solara is centered around a renegade crew and their fearless leader Captain Tirza Allure, the first story in a series of five. The war for humanity has begun……Are you ready?


by Jim Townsend

A revolution bring down a county already fallen, and the society that emerges realizes humans are the problem, and must be enhanced, and given an add-on.

A Comet of Ideas Looking for a Planet

by Huw Langridge

From the frozen tundra of Jupiter’s moon Europa, to a rainy night on Dartmoor. From an evening rush hour train bound for King’s Cross, to a murderous interrogation room. From the hot city of Khartoum, to an interstellar data router that has started to malfunction. From the Falkland Islands, to a nightclub in the Kuiper Belt. Huw Langridge brings you 13 short science fiction stories to make you think about where we came from, where we’re going, and who else might be with us.

Velvak’s Victory (A Bradapol Book)

by Eddie de Jong

Survival of the fittest. Can a society living in the Stone Age defeat unwanted visitors from a technologically advanced world?

When Alec’s mom reports his math teacher for bullying, she has no idea what the consequences will be. Scared out of her mind, she decides to return to Bradapol to ask for help, knowing full well that this could lead to her execution.

Although Bradapol has never progressed past the Stone Age, they have learnt how to harness the natural elements through the Helper.

Alec’s name is changed to Velvak, and he befriends Lokjab, a young wolf. With that, an ancient prophesy is fulfilled. With the help of Edno, Velvak discovers his own natural gifts and talents, and has to learn how to survive on his own in this harsh world.
When the Security Council discovers that someone from another world is plundering Bradapol’s resources yet again, they decide to send Velvak to investigate. Trained warriors that were sent on previous occasions had simply disappeared.

Does Velvak really stand a chance?

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Time of the Darkness

by Grey Wolf

In an alternate history, decolonisation of the Americas follows a vastly different timeline, and the British royal family remains pre-eminent in world affairs.

Competing with a Bonaparte Byzantium and a French Empire under the Murats, the Saxe-Coburg British fight on an equal footing for recognition and influence.

Follow 1400 years of history, from an alternate 1900 to the galactic empire of 3300AD where humanity inadvertently reawakens a terror that the elder races believed long dead.

The Bald Girl (Rhino People #1)

by D M. Rugwe

Jessica Cathwel isn’t your average teenager. With sky blue eyes, stretched earlobes and bald, she has always been stared at all her life. She is madly in love with Carlos Luna and after graduating from high school, they set out on an adventure that will forever change their lives. Their safari takes a turn when Jessica’s pen pal, Tim who she has just met for the first time takes them to the woods where the hidden kingdom of creatures as old as the dinosaurs is buried.

Getting their hands on a rock that has been able to sustain and renew the life of the rhino like creatures for millions of years means they can live forever but first, they have to learn the rules of the jungle.

What proceeds is an epic romantic adventure in the heart of the wilderness that will expose the world’s oldest living monsters and where two American teenagers will be tested both physically and mentally in the harshest and deadliest environment plagued with predators.


Cosmic Exile – Volume II

by Armand Vespertine

Levanoch has been set free.

Stranded almost a billion lightyears from Earth, the crew of the Deity search for him desperately, knowing that every instant he is free the entire Human race is in danger.

But Levanoch is more cunning and devious than they know. Fervent to return to the Milky Way so that he can claim the vengeance he’s desired for ten thousand years, Levanoch dares to venture into the Great Void to seek the aid of one of the eldest and most powerful beings still in existence.

The Deity’s search for Levanoch leads them instead to Amarantos, who has become stranded on a primeval world and threatens cataclysm unless the Deity yields to his demands.

As the Deity’s crew race to save an alien world, their engineered altruism may ensure the destruction of their own.

Hurbi Hancock and the Dream Machine

by Joseph Noon

Hurbi Hancock is a gripping epic of sci-fi horror that will take you to the very boundaries of the mind, and one shattering step beyond.

The Preserve Season 1.0

by Josh Hilden

Five strangers dropped alone on a mysterious island littered with strange debris and horrific creatures. A cabal of five powerful shadowy men controlling the life and death “Trials” of these poor souls. This is the world of “The Preserve”. In season 1.0 (Episodes 1 – 6) we are introduced to the individual players in our drama.

The Red Country Trilogy

by J.P. Lantern

A surgeon, his wife, and their Martian guide become embroiled in a vicious love triangle when they search for a solution to an unsolvable problem;

two brothers are pursued by the very literal demons of their past when they set off to find their fortune, guided by a mysterious treasure map;

and a young enslaved woman who is forced to keep her wounded captor alive to save her own skin finds love in the most unexpected of places.

The Red Country Trilogy is a novel in three parts, following the journeys of an extended family on the harsh and often violent frontier of Mars.


by Michelle Campbell

Lentara is a young adult fiction science fiction novel. The Minigara family are from a race known as the Lentarans. They are a peaceful race and their original mission was to spend ten years on Earth fitting in with humans and learning about culture as well as science and technology. Little did they know that an evil alien race known as the Pigaseans was already on Earth waiting for them to arrive so that they could steal a device very important to Lentara and the universe. Jennise Minigara, who begins her journey on Earth feeling uncomfortable and self-conscious, finds a boy named Alex, a boy with Albinism who shares a similar trait with her. Their friendship is non-existent at first, but they both find comfort in help from each other and form a bond while working to thwart the Pigaseans plans. He becomes the one person who always believes in her, and she finds that humans aren’t as bad as she had originally thought.
The Pigaseans become ruthless in their attempt to get what they have come for, and have no problems killing millions of innocent people in the process. They use mind games and deception to try to get ahead.
An ancient prophecy is revealed in the worst of times about a human and a Lentaran and is something no one could have predicted, but gives a chance for the humans to make their name known throughout the universe.


by Roy Jackaman

To say Carol has a personality problem would be an understatement.

Take two geeks and give one of them a dose of reality, even though he couldn’t possibly understand. The recipe could be explosive but things don’t hang around long enough when amnesia sets in.

Joe’s theory on how to aid the evolution of man is working. However, every now and again weird science starts to bust through.

Then we move from the laboratory to a much bigger test tube, where all control is in the hands of the gods or something, which does the same thing. This cosmic courtroom has no moral overtones yet is adept at administering a severe correction.

Maybe reality can settle down to a steady confusion.

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