Free science fiction Kindle books for 18 Jul 18

Wings of the Walker (The Walker Series Book 1)

by Coralee June

From the age of three, all I’ve known is Stonewell Manor, home of the prominent political figure, Josiah Stonewell. Josiah and I were once close companions, but as we grew older, our stations in life demanded distance.

You see, I am a Walker: a survivor of a deadly virus that wiped away a large portion of the population, and my immunity allows me to be fortunate enough to serve the prestigious Stonewell household. I am a cook, servant, and general housemaid, but my life is content.

My every waking moment is lived for Josiah, his praise, his sighs, his nearness. I don’t know the exact moment I fell in love with him, but I do know that if anyone found out about our lingering stares, it would end his political career.

When Cyler Black and his beautiful sister come to visit Stonewell Manor, I find myself squinting down the barrel of heartbreak. Cyler offers me a chance at freedom in a new Providence where he and six other male leaders live. Choices will be made, goodbyes will be said, and the world I thought I knew, changes. But the biggest choice of all is deciding on what my heart wants.

This is a slow-burn Reverse Harem Romance & the first book in the series.

RECOMMENDED READING ORDER

The Walker Series

– Wings of the Walker (Book 1 of The Walker Series)
– Heart of the Walker (Book 2 of The Walker Series)
– Soul of the Elite (Jules’ Story)
– Fight of the Walker (Book 3 of The Walker Series)
– Revenge of the Walker (Book 4 of the Walker Series)
– End of the Walker (Book 5 of The Walker Series)
– Love of the Scavenger



The Open Source Time Machine: A Short Story

by Joe Vasicek

Just like information, time wants to be free.

The day Carl Kearsley proved that time travel was impossible was the day he received a visit from his future self. But was it too late to finally realize his dream? The answer would change the course of his life for all time.

This book is rated G according to the AO3 content rating system.



The Land that Time Forgot

by Edgar Rice Burroughs

It must have been a little after three o’clock in the afternoon that it happenedâ??the afternoon of June 3rd, 1916. It seems incredible that all that I have passed throughâ??all those weird and terrifying experiencesâ??should have been encompassed within so short a span as three brief months. Rather might I have experienced a cosmic cycle, with all its changes and evolutions for that which I have seen with my own eyes in this brief interval of timeâ??things that no other mortal eye had seen before, glimpses of a world past, a world dead, a world so long dead that even in the lowest Cambrian stratum no trace of it remains. Fused with the melting inner crust, it has passed forever beyond the ken of man other than in that lost pocket of the earth whither fate has borne me and where my doom is sealed. I am here and here must remain…



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