Free science fiction Kindle books for 27 Oct 18


by Yefon Isabelle

Lieutenant Eden, is an exuberant government secret service agent, guising as a mutt in the spec ops.
It is 2034, Cameroon, post civil war era Africa, and women are now allowed to enlist into the spec ops.
The union government has been overthrown by the United federation of states, and Eden is tasked with gaining Intel on defective high ranking military officials and their unsanctioned activities across the continent.
Eden is on military drills in kiwayu island, a coastal outpost, prepping for a high priority mission.
A colossal Unidentified Object crash lands in the covert compound.
Eden is suddenly faced with what she thought was fiction. Strange events unravel as she comes in contact with Ranishé, a decorated captain of the unidentified scientific space expedition vessel, SRF 3340, Alzetec Yacht, and his charismatic team of 6… Originating from an interstellar system called, Zephyres.
Together, they fight a nefarious enemy, Nargoths; a formidable humanoid race, feared across the galaxies, who are after salient pieces of equipment in Ranishé’s possession.
Eden, Ranishé and his squadron, journey across the terrestrial sphere to the five strategic points of the earth to repair the weakening gravitational force, reverse the effects of the climate change and repair the earth’s magnetic poles from collapsing the earth.
After being witness to a staggering secretive, historical event that has been going on for millions of years, Eden proves her dedication to humanity rather than to the feared government and her superiors.
Will the government finally know the reason for Eden’s sudden mutiny? Will the perilous earth be saved both from itself and the unrelenting Nargoths? And will Eden and Ranishé succeed to place the cyclotrons at every strategic point of the earth?
A thrilling Sci-fi short story, fast paced like never before

Free at Last

by Ellis Major

Aidan and Sylvia Harper live in the brave new world of Liberalia, a substantial island little more than twenty miles from France and once known by a different name. Liberalia should be wonderful because everyone is free – as long as they understand the definition. Aidan and Sylvia probably don’t. Not being young they are undoubtedly misguided victims of an outdated mindset.
An argument with one of the cohabitees in the house they used to call home triggers their arrest, on appalling charges. This could be a very bad thing indeed, but only time will tell. In a world turned upside down, where the heresy of heresies is common sense, anything is possible.
Free at Last is a tale that the politically correct could just find instructive (or enraging) and others might find amusing – if their sense of humour is on the dark side. Ultimately your prejudices will decide, since utopia and dystopia are simply the two different sides of the same coin.

About the Author
Ellis Major is the author of the Charlie Tiptree series, amongst other light-hearted forays into fiction. Ellis lives in London, is happily married, has always delighted in the faintly surreal and absurd – and hopes that others might learn to as well.


by Larry Enright

The year is 402 A.B., anno bellum, the year of the war. The day the Great War began was the day the old world passed into history. They called it the war to end all wars, but it was the beginning of the end. There were so many versions of how it began, who was to blame, who was righteous and who was not; so many conflicting accounts and so much finger pointing that no one knew the truth of it anymore. No one cared. After the first strike and inevitable retaliations, what difference did it make who launched the first missile or which country dropped the first bomb or who was right and who was wrong? Mankind had set the world ablaze. Billions died in seconds. Governments fell in hours. Countries disappeared overnight. Civilization crumbled. After causing the extinction of so many other species, Homo sapiens, the wise man, nearly caused his own. Some said it was a miracle any survived. Others said survival was man’s Purgatory; that he hadn’t suffered enough for his sins, that he deserved the fate of fighting to his bitter end. This is the story of that end. This is the story of Fin.

Sisters of the Sands: Book 1 of the Acolytes series

by James Villinger

If you liked The Hunger Games, X-men, and Dune, you’ll love this!

16-cycle old Sacet was once a child soldier for the Female Dominion. Along with an army of brainwashed squad sisters, it was her job to capture, kill, or otherwise defeat the male population of their desert world. But now that she’s free and has the power to open portals, she’d rather stay on the move with her adopted brother, Eno, doing her best to forget her past.
However, with super-powered soldiers hunting them at every turn, they can’t run forever. And eventually Sacet will face a grave choice – will she risk both their lives to fight back, or will she serve her old masters once again to keep Eno safe?


by Robert Brooks

An epic sci-fi adventure for adults of all ages.

With her home world under attack, an alien queen comes to Earth and sends a message for help to her subjects, who she has had hiding here. Her message is picked up by Jeff Travis, the CEO of a tech company who has been watching the stars.

Inspired by his lifelong dream of exploring space, Jeff has been working on developing a spacecraft capable of interplanetary travel. He responds to the alien queen’s message, and she enlists him and his ship in her quest to save her home.

With his help, the queen will gather her soldiers together. Their whole galaxy has been invaded by an endless swarm of creatures who devour every world in their path. The queen’s best soldiers have been kept in reserve on Earth. Now that their home is in grave danger, their queen calls them to return and defend their home.

Her generals and officers have lived in hiding on Earth for many years, and many of them have grown adjusted to their human lives. All but a select few have had their memories blocked and do not even know of their extraterrestrial nature. But as the clock winds down, their queen’s message begins to awaken them. Their human identities start to fall away as they discover their hidden pasts and true powers.

The Oracle Design (Jack Stone Book 1)

by Dave Barsby

How do you catch someone who can predict your every move?

New York City, the year 2056. Secret agent Jack Stone is assigned the task of tracking down a man who can see into the future.
Daniel Stringer’s abilities make him a significant threat. He can evade security, predict enemy movements, cripple the stock market and take down the government. He must be stopped. But when he knows about every trap laid for him, how can he be captured?
The answer may lie with Andi Clayton, a journalist investigating government corruption, home-grown terrorism and civil unrest, who sees Stringer as an invaluable source.
A source Stone will stop at nothing to get.

The Quest: Book One of the Chimera Trilogy

by Ronan Payinda

Chimera is a riveting science fiction and dystopia trilogy that readers are calling ‘gripping, startling, and flawlessly written’. Start your thrilling adventure today with The Quest!

It’s a strange new world. Nothing is the same. How will you survive?

In the distant future, society has deteriorated from its technological marvels and is now fighting for survival. The majority of humanity lives in a city called Los Lagos, isolated in a barren desert wasteland.
When the youth of Los Lagos come of age, they become Chimeras, gaining the ability to transform into a particular animal species at will. This ability was the last gift bestowed upon them through the genetic engineering power of their ancestors.

Lance is a young wolf Chimera, with an intense desire to explore the world beyond the wall. So when Los Lagos begins to run out of water, his curiosity drives him to assemble a team of like-minded Chimeras who want to go outside.
But the Mayor’s wall laws – viciously enforced by the ruthless Feline Guard – prevent anyone from leaving Los Lagos. Nobody ever comes in, and nobody ever goes out.

To save the city, Lance’s group must escape it.

When they go beyond the wall, they find themselves suddenly thrust into a terrifying new world. They must brave a landscape of arid wastelands and vibrant jungles, and battle the mutated creatures that attack them at every turn, all the while wrestling for control with the animal that roars within them.
If Lance’s quest succeeds, Los Lagos will have water.
But if he failsâ?¦
Humanity will die.
He has no choice but to try.

Get The Quest today to join Lance and his friends on a thrilling adventure that will change humanity forever!

‘This book is a spectacular beginning to the Chimera Trilogy. The characters are beautifully fashioned, the settings described in flowing language’.
‘An amazing book… [the author] has great potential and excellent skills’.
‘Amazing book… can’t wait for the others in the Trilogy!’.

Moon Panic: A Tale of Anguish and Suffering

by Bradley Birch

MOON PANIC is a science fiction take on cosmic horror in the most literal sense. Billions across the galaxy suffer from a debilitating alien virus. A research institute attempts to develop a cure in its isolated lunar bases. An accident kills three and forces an evacuation of the moon. Two decades later, an SOS beacon begins to broadcast.

Zero Echo Shadow Prime

by Peter Samet


The year is 2045. 18-year-old Charlie Nobunaga creates the world’s first sentient AI and becomes an overnight sensation. But amid the red carpet galas and TV interviews, Charlie is diagnosed with cancer, and her promising future grinds to a halt.

To save her life, an ambitious tech company uploads Charlie’s mind into the body of a cutting-edge robot. The procedure is a success, but with a horrifying catch. They create additional clones for their own ends.

Charlie wakes up four times as four distinct entities: a robot named PRIME, a holographic assistant named SHADOW, a mysterious four-armed killer named ECHO, and the original dying human renamed ZERO. Separated and imprisoned, each version of Charlie begins an arduous journey alone. But their paths soon intersect in surprising ways as they retaliate against the people determined to destroy them.

ZERO ECHO SHADOW PRIME is the story of one young woman who splits into fourâ?¦and fights to become whole again.

Praise for ZESP:

“â??ZERO ECHO SHADOW PRIME’ is that book that sucks you in, page after page, through a combination of mystery, action, and damn good storytelling. Fans of â??Ready, Player One’ and â??Ender’s Game’ will fall in love with this book.” ~ AMIRA MAKANSI, author of The Sowing

“The focus on driven, well-rounded female characters in a work of serious science fiction is refreshingâ?¦It’s a thoughtful page-turner with something to say.” ~ VANCE KOTRLA,

“I love books that make me think, and I’m still working through the themes in my head. ‘ZERO ECHO SHADOW PRIME’ is among the best science fiction I’ve ever read.” ~ SARAH LAFLEUR, author of Who is Evelyn Dae?

“For folks who love computers, robots, AIs, nanotechnology, etc. (as I do) this one should definitely be on your bookshelf!” ~ JOE DACY II, The Kindle Book Review

Time Ship (Book One): A Time Travel Romantic Adventure

by Ian C.P. Irvine

A gripping time travel thriller! If you don’t believe time travel is possible , this book will make you change your mind… Gripping, Enthralling, Imaginative & Hard to Put Down!

If you’re looking for a page-turning thriller, and want to fall in love with a new author, read this!

The Story
Who are the terrorists that have taken over an exclusive five star holiday resort in the Caribbean and are holding everyone to ransom?

What is the dangerous secret that the terrorists carry, and why must their existence be denied and covered up at all costs to protect the future of mankind?

And when you discover that the story is based upon a real research project that the United States government conducted, you will want to learn more, and may even ask ‘could this really happen?’

Time Ship is a Gripping, Enthralling, Imaginative and a real anti-gravity book – it’s hard to put down!

Download, settle back in a comfortable chair, and enjoy!

What People are Saying about “Time Ship”
“A riveting read that kept me on the edge of my seat and guessing ’till the very end! This book has it all – mystery, romance, the past and the future. With brilliant characters and an attention to detail that paints wonderful pictures in the minds eye. It’s funny, exciting and extremely clever. I was not able to put this book down, I was constantly eager to see what was coming next. It’s a brilliantly written book that left me feeling like I’d been on an adventure.”

“I kept wondering how anyone could possibly have thought of this and then woven the story to such an extent that you actually believed that lots of this was fact and not a story at all! The ending was phenomenal and showed a more than fertile imagination. I laughed out loud! The books were read first by my husband who muttered every so often ‘This guy is amazing. His writing is so clear, and his imagination is(literally) out of this world.’ “

A brilliant concept – science put across in an easily understandable way and a thrilling read. Packed with thrills, spills (literally!), adventure, history, romance, thought provoking scientific possibilities of time travel and epidemiology. This book crosses so many genres yet contains plenty of fun and humour. A must buy.

NOTE: Book One of Two Parts:
Please note that Book One continues seamlessly into and is concluded in Book Two. This is an excellent way to introduce yourself to this new and exciting author!- If you enjoy Book One, to continue the story you may then choose to download Book Two. Alternatively, readers are always recommended to purchase the full omnibus edition containing both Book One and Book Two.

Terra 1 (The Terra Cycle)

by Ross Turner

We’ve spent decades preparing for first contact.
Many people expected extra-terrestrials to find us, but we found them first.

When an alien race is discovered on a distant planet, special measures are put in place to prevent them posing any future threat to Earth. A crew of highly-trained specialists is deployed to Terra 1 to neutralise extra-terrestrial military installations.

They went to safeguard our future, but when nothing on Terra 1 is what it seems, can they even make it home alive?

Fall: Cross of the past, key of the future (Numbered Book 4)

by Magus Tor

Cross of the past, key of the future – that is the mandate of the Resistance.

The dawn of a revolution: life on Earth will never be the same again.

The election for the President is finally upon Lunar City and if Jonathon wins, the Resistance will be ready to fight for its cause. Blood will be spilt and lives will be lost in the battle for freedom, equality and the right to choose. But will the Elite be ready to give into their demands and watch the Earth cities fall under a new regime? And if not, will the Resistance have enough faith in its cause to fight to the bitter end?

Aurelia, Jonathon, Nicholas and Elza will stand united to bring prosperity back to Earth. Love, friendship and honour will be their strongest weapons.

Fall is the thrilling conclusion to the action-packed Numbered series.

Death After Life: Week One Day One

by Char Cam


Ophelia Ransom wins an all expense paid Golden Ticket to the Azdromadarim Role-Playing Theme Park; a spin-off project based on the online game she loved. Between stopping a murdering extortionist, buying a Palace, snubbing the F. B. I., getting kidnapped, released, and meeting the man of her dreams, she is having the time of her life. But then the Game Master kills her: and reality takes a nose-dive. Because she doesn’t die…exactly. She becomes part of the digital game–and the game is not a game at all.
Book One, Day One
Ophelia meets the wonderful, offside people in her role-playing group inside Azdromadarim. Unknown to her, however, her vicious in-laws are trying to insinuate their way into her son’s life. Her quests says â??find the heir’, but just how many are there when two different heirs are found and both of them are the right heirs? And who is the mysterious Frankenzoid? An NPC? A Player? And â??Why oh why,’ Ophelia asks, â??would the F. B. I. expect her to help them find missing people supposedly lost inside Azdromadarim?’ One thing, however, is becoming slowly clear to the players in her group; Magic? It could be real. Very real. If they don’t learn to treat it as real, Frankenzoid could make them dead–without possibility of resurrection.

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