Free science fiction Kindle books for 14 Jul 18

Slave Ship Rising

by L. L. Farmer

New Year’s Day, 1738. Over six hundred Africans are killed when the slave ship the Leusden sinks. Two hundred years later, the spirits of the dead return to seek vengeance.

But first, their Shaman must find a human host. He finds three.

A seventeen-year-old boy from Suriname, a twenty-nine year old spinster from Harlem and a nineteen-year-old college student at the newly-opened FTU in Orlando find themselves caught in a battle for their souls.

As they soon learn, sometimes death is only the beginning. And no battle should be fought alone.



The War of the Worlds

by H.g. Wells

Yet across the gulf of space, minds that are to our minds as ours are to those of the beasts that perish, intellects vast and cool and unsympathetic, regarded this earth with envious eyes, and slowly and surely drew their plans against us…



Mr. Kunz

by TR Dillon

“Mr. Kunz” is the explosive sequel to “Mr. Baley,” where an apocalyptic war between humans and AIs — known as Inn-eyes — was narrowly averted. It is now a hundred years later. Will the Known be so fortunate the second time around?

Kunz is a disembodied consciousness — what everyone calls a Cee — in the centuries-old brothel town of Do. Indentured to Henri, a mysterious man without a past, Kunz drops into human blanks for Henri’s customers to do with as they please. Once Kunz pays off his debts, he thinks he can reintegrate with his own body and get back to living his life.

Except Kunz can’t remember his life. Any of it. Every other Cee remembers something about their lives. Only Kunz comes up empty.

Then hired guns descend on Do, and after Kunz stumbles upon an Inn-eye informant who’s been tortured to death, events trip over each other while bodies pile up. As humans and Inn-eyes flirt once again with Armageddon, Kunz is trapped in the maelstrom. If Kunz means to survive, he must first discover who he really is.



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