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The Outlaw Biker

by Hot Alpha Publishing



This collection includes:
– The Bandit Biker Club
– Twin Bikers of a Sin City
– Stallion MC
– Untouchable
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WARNING: This book contains mature content with **BURNING HOT** scenes, intended for 18+ readers only!

ROBOPOCLYPSE: Human vs Robot

by Eshant Yadav

In the near future 2033 , robot revolution has reached its peak. Robots have
taken many peoples places , they are everywhere , doing from big works to
small works like cleaning someone’s toilet but what will happen when happen
when only one robot gets a couple of programming codes different from
others or a kind of virus which made the robot’s AI to think about itself not for
the humans , “It’s a ROBOPOCLPSE”.

War and Peace : Complete and Unabridged

by Leo Tolstoy

War and Peace is the mesmerizing 15-book, 1700-page plus story of Russian society during the Napoleonic Era told through the eyes of a multitude of characters caught up in a sprawling web of a plot. Leo Tolstoy’s epic masterpiece is widely considered to be one of the world’s greatest novels.  

This new 2017 edition of the classic Louise and Aylmer Maude translation of War and Peace is the complete and unabridged version, encompassing all fifteen books and epilogues with footnotes.

The Spears of Poseidon: A New Odyssey

by Tom Atkinson

The age of the heroes has past. Odysseus, Heracles and Theseus have all been committed to the earth. Still warmed by the embers of the Persian and Peloponnesian Wars, the world does not sit still. In Greece, the city-states manoeuvre against the Spartan hegemony. To the east, the Persians fight among themselves and to the south, the Egyptians fight for freedom. On the Italian peninsula, Rome readies itself to rise and far to the west, Carthage builds its dominant empire. Not one inch of earth is untouched by war and nowhere is more accustomed to war than Greece. It is there that war is coming again and war does not know age.

Alopeias of Thebes is still but a boy. He still learns from his tutor and trains at the gymnasium and he dreams not of war, but of writing plays. Yet that boy will become first a man and then a hero. The last hero. For Alopeias, despite his age, must go to war with the Spartans and so begin his adventures across the Mediterranean, the likes of which were last seen by Odysseus on his journey back from Troy. Relying on his own talents, the men around him and on the sea-god Poseidon’s favour, Alopeias will face barbarian kings, horse lords and famed generals and fight against entire cities and countries. He will face the barren wastes of African deserts and the stormy seas of the deep Mediterranean. He will have to struggle against his own limitations and inexperience to find a way to lead men. If he wishes to ever see his home again and to achieve the glories that are promised to him, Alopeias must first overcome every obstacle, physical or mental, no matter how daunting, and these journeys will transform a boy into a man, a follower into a leader and a citizen into a hero with epic tales from across the known world.

‘The Spears of Poseidon’ is the first part of an epic series that will follow the final hero of the Ancient Greek world. Packed with action and breath-taking battle scenes while weaving sentiment and emotion into a young man’s coming of age, ‘The Spears of Poseidon’ will see noble Alopeias, the ‘Hero of Haliartus’, defy his own expectations, establish himself and become the renowned general he needs to be to topple the famed Spartans and lead his city to greatness.

The gods on Olympus have decided that Alopeias of Thebes should be the final hero of Ancient Greece. In ‘The Spears of Poseidon’, cities will rise and fall, men will live and die and a hero will be made, one that will rise to the top of the world.

G.M.C. #17

by Justin Tilley

After traumatic events and losses, everyone is desperate to reunite. Some new allies have information that could help the zombies finally put an end to running that has plagued them since the war started.

The Wrath of Akmenhanen

by Larry Underwood

Outside the cave a swirling wind rose on the Egyptian plains. Herr Metzger, who had barely registered the barrage of gunfire deep inside the tomb, paused, looking overhead worriedly as thick clouds rolled forth and the sky turned an eerie shade of violet. He alone knew what the runes above the sarcophagus had read, of the warning of death to violators of the tomb. Within moments the entire sky was obscured, lightning arcing across the clouds. The wind whipped the sands into the air, obscuring vision beyond a few feet. Overhead, the stars dimmed and the voices of old Gods whispered in nether worlds…

This story is the sixth in a series called Thirteen for 13 – thirteen short stories released during the year 2013, one a month. Look for them all to be collected into one volume with additional material in early 2014.

MPA Nights

by Joe Bloggs

Sergeant Bloggs’ humorous and foul mouthed adventure in the Falkland Islands.

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