Free science fiction Kindle books for 16 Aug 17

The Master of the World (Phoenix Classics)

by Jules Verne

Set in the summer of 1903, a series of unexplained events occur across the eastern United States, caused by objects moving with such great speed that they are nearly invisible. The first-person narrator John Strock, ‘Head inspector in the federal police department’ in Washington, DC, travels to the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina to investigate. He discovers that all the phenomena are being caused by Robur, a brilliant inventor.



The Rising: Dark Fae Hollow 3 (The Dark Fae Hollows)

by Eileen Cruz Coleman

For fans of fast paced, action-driven, dark urban fantasy and horror with a light romantic subplot.
In Crimson Hollow, darkness rules, and those who seek the light are eliminated.

Twenty-one-year-old fae, Isabel, is kidnapped and tortured by a half-vampire, half-fae hybrid who is part of an army raised with one goal: the enslavement and killing of all good fae and humans. During her captivity, she vows not only to escape but also to lead a rebellion against the dark army.

But when her rebellion is ambushed, she is recaptured and imprisoned until she can be brought to the treacherous Hollow Council for trial and punishment.

Isabel is sure she is going to die, until Adriel, the hybrid soldier assigned to her charge, helps her escape. Now, on the run with Adriel at her side, Isabel must stay alive long enough to reach a secret camp of hybrids who wish to stay hidden and somehow convince them to join her rebellion.

To restore peace and light to Crimson Hollow, Isabel will risk everything…including her life.

Order your copy of The Rising today and immerse yourself in a world filled with magic, suspense and romance.

THE RISING is a standalone contribution to the Charmed Legacy Dark Fae Hollows collection. Stories can be read in any order. Note: The Rising is part of the Dark Fae Hollows, a spellbinding shared-world collection. Each book is written by a different author. There are no cliffhangers and each book can be read in any order.

What readers are saying about THE RISING:

“Vampire lovers get ready for this tale, full of vampires, hybrid vampires, faes, humans and other mystical characters.”

“If you are looking for a fast paced urban fantasy book then give this book a go.”

“Fae, Witches, Vampires and Hybrids Oh My!”

“…fast paced and exciting…Betrayal, suspense, joy and love…Isabel is fierce.”

“I loved the world building, and the open scene totally drew me in! Great way to start and set the tone for the story!”

“I was pulled in from the first scene and completely hooked, it really set the tone. The world building was very well done.”

“…filled with suspense, action, sorrow, twists and turns!”

“…full of action, intrigue and betrayal.”

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Disreputable Allies (Fates of the Bound Book 1)

by Wren Weston

Hack clean. Run fast. Carry a loaded tranq gun.

Trained from birth as the perfect heir, Lila dodged her future. Now she keeps her family safe from hackers and intrudersâ??and one anotherâ??as chief of its militia. One wrong step could plunge them from highborn society into slavery.

It’s a step that Lila takes more often these days. Partnering with those she shouldn’t. Investigating crimes in ways she shouldn’t. Solving cases for the prime minister while keeping the highborn culprits a secret, all to help keep the masses from revolting. After a hacker breaks into a government server, he asks again.

But one of her disreputable allies needs help first.

If only she could refuse him.

Note: This book was previously published as The Heirs of New Bristol.



The Tellurian Threat: A Post-Apocalyptic Science Fiction Thriller (The Tellurian Archives Book 1)

by Debashish Das

Nature’s fury unleashed. An entire city oblivious to the threat. One man caught in the middle.

Kyle is an up and coming data analyst. But the new project he has been assigned is making him miserable. However, things take a turn for the worse when he is accused of stealing classified data.

Rohan, a soft-spoken programmer, believes Kyle is innocent. He suspects that Kyle is being framed and the real hacker’s intentions are far more nefarious than simple data theft. His suspicions are confirmed when both, he and Kyle, find themselves tied and locked up in a dark cell.

They must find a way to escape and stop the hacker from destroying the subterranean city of Waylain. Time is running out, and they have no idea what the hacker plans to unleash. If they fail, a macabre fate awaits Kyle and Rohan, and a million of the city’s clueless citizens.

The Tellurian Threat is the first book in the Tellurian Archives, a post-apocalyptic science fiction thriller series. The memorable cast of characters will hook you into the story and push you over the edge of a cliff as the climax unfolds.



The World Set Free (Phoenix Classics)

by H. G. Wells

THE WORLD SET FREE was written in 1913 and published early in 1914, and it is the latest of a series of three fantasias of possibility, stories which all turn on the possible developments in the future of some contemporary force or group of forces. The World Set Free was written under the immediate shadow of the Great War. Every intelligent person in the world felt that disaster was impending and knew no way of averting it, but few of us realised in the earlier half of 1914 how near the crash was to us. The reader will be amused to find that here it is put off until the year 1956.
Noteworthy for its depiction of fictional ”atomic bombs” which eerily prefigure the development of real nuclear weapons.



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