Free science fiction Kindle books for 28 Aug 17

Zombie Pandemic – Nine Zombie Short Stories

by K Bartholomew

Zombie Pandemic – Nine Zombie Short Stories, by K. Bartholomew.

Zombie Pandemic contains nine zombie short stories taken from previous zombie releases by K. Bartholomew.

All these stories were well received at the time of release and now, for a discount, you can own all nine stories from Zombie Plague, Zombie Contagion and Zombie Virus.

The following stories are included:
Mary Celeste
The Roanoke Colony
Tom And Alice
The Village Bake Sale
The Widower
Zombie Maniac
Bonus Story – Zombie Takeover

His Name Was Edgar Quimby

by Hawk and Young

Bobby Rothering had always been light years ahead of his peers, but he’d partied himself into an academic probation that only a perfect Senior project could pull him out of. His Hail Mary pass was to interview patients suffering from paranoid delusions and research whether there were nuggets of truth hidden inside. He is introduced to Edgar Quimby whose story hadn’t changed in over 50 years, that he was a man who had come from the stars.

Own Worst Enemy: A Herc Braveman adventure (The Herc Braveman Adventures Book 5)

by Herschel K. Stroganoff

When something goes wrong during a hyperwarp, Space Captain Herc Braveman finds himself in a mystical shop filled with ironically cursed items.
Picking a P.L.O.T. device that can destroy his worst enemy, Herc might have bitten off more than he can chew.
If you like hilarious space adventures in the vein of Golden Age sci-fi, you’ll love Herschel K. Stroganoff’s space comedy.
For fans of Archer, Rick and Morty, South Park, and Space Team. Get your copy today!

Inner City

by Scott Norton

The cities have gated their walls. Those in rural areas have been reduced to savages. When Callen Carrus, a seven year old boy from the city, faces a personal crises and runs away, he’s chased outside the city walls. What happens to him there sets him on a twelve year quest that leads to love and extraordinary adventure. The riddle of Callen’s past will require him risking his life to solve.

The Green Hour (Dead London)

by Bryce Raffle

Sir Roderick Steen isn’t the superstitious type. So when he calls upon Parson Sinews, a man whose macabre fascinations have led to rumors that he’s a vampire, Roderick he’s surprised to find his skepticism faltering in the face of Sinews’ mystifying persona. Is it possible the enigmatic Sinews might actually be a vampire? But while he can’t shake his fear of his mysterious new friend, neither can he dispel his attraction to the man.

The Rat’s Eye & Other Stories

by John Rhea

An explosion renders thousands of warp gates useless and brings intergalactic travel to a stand still. A young public defender, assigned to one of the accused perpetrators, interviews a senior warp gate technician, a warprat, to understand the profession and his client. Will he find the truth in The Rat’s Eye?

In Reckoning a man confronts grotesque, debilitating, beauty.

The narrator of Elision resents the alien mind she’s forced to share her body with and wrestles with how to regain her identity.

And finally in Confessions a woman on her deathbed reveals a secret life to her husband.

Marked By The Alpha Wolf: Book One (Braving Darkness 1)

by Scarlett Grove

Cassandra Kline was taken in by Pyramid Corporation during a global nuclear war. For the next five years, she lived safely inside a protective domed city.
Working in The Program, a virtual reality simulation, Cassie is confronted by her dead mother. After a shocking revelation about the people she believed had saved her, the hologram of her mother leads her out of the dome and into a toxic, dead world.
Rafe, the alpha of a mutant werewolf pack, takes her in and helps her come to terms with the new world they share.
With zombie attacks, alien spaceships patrolling the skies, and the ever-present struggle to survive, will Cassie and Rafe consummate their budding attraction? Or will they be torn apart, body and soul.

Marked By The Alpha Wolf (Book One) is part 1 of 3 in a novella serial, which is part of the longer novella series Braving Darkness.

Wormwood Dawn: Collection II: An Apocalyptic Serial

by Edward Crae

Featuring episodes V-VIII, this second collection takes Dan and Drew and puts them through even more terrors, some new threats, and reintroduces them to old enemies. Finally joining a group, the two make new friends, grow as leaders, and even reunite with a lost friend. Dan, having been elected the leader of the new group, must put aside his faults and vices in order to protect his new family.
In addition to the newly arisen creatures, fragments of the Wormwood comet begin heading toward the Earth, one fragment impacting not too far away. The resulting darkness brings arctic cold, fierce winds, and an even more desperate need for skills and supplies.
Loved by fans even more than the first four episodes, these new additions to the series are shocking, exciting, and mind-blowing beyond compare. This is definitely not your Grandma’s apocalypse, and is not for the faint at heart.

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