Free science fiction Kindle books for 13 Nov 18

Ascendancy: The Stand

by Mathew killborn

On the verge of extinction, Mankind makes a standâ?¦

NASA discovers that the reason for losing contact with their satellites was, the three Large Unidentified objects heading towards earth, upon realization of their hostile intentions, All the world leaders warn the people of the threat, People were forced to leave their homes and settle in bomb shelters and as far east as they can. Captain Jacob McCoy and his team part of a brigade were all stationed at New York after The US Navy was lost during the first contact in the Pacific Ocean.

After one of the biggest battles in the history of Mankind, Captain Jacob McCoy and his team were forced to retreat; As these brave hearted men made their way to Lincoln Nebraska where the remaining of Command was. The journey wasn’t easy since the Aliens were sending Hunting teams after the few remaining survivors, Jacob McCoy and his team Picked up Civilians and Survivors on the way, from which some fell, and A few remained and DECIDED TO MAKE A STANDâ?¦

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Infinity 7: What do you hear when aliens call?

by Charles R Hinckley

With possible alien life on board Metis 3 space station, Astronaut John Collins is in for the fight of his life as he battles hallucinations, crazed crew members and a misunderstood alien influence on the mission. As the station spins out of control and heads directly for Earth’s atmosphere, John must come to his senses and save the station before it’s too late.



Surviving the Fall: Book 1 of The Fall Series

by Stephen Cross

‘Not since World War Z … have I read such a well done collection of “true accounts” of a zombie apocalypse’

A terrifying collection of stories charting the fall of civilization as the zombie apocalypse devours England. Eight different people, eight different struggles, eight different ways to survive. Never a truer account of the demise of humanity…

Jack finds horror and death while lost in the country lanes of Cornwall. Mac, an old landlord who locks down his pub with his wife and a few boozy locals to ride the coming zombie storm. Sergeant Allen finds himself fighting not only the undead, but also his conscience as the army goes rogue. Harriet becomes lost in the suburbs, now a dark, empty and sinister land. Sarah must escape from the channel tunnel when her train stops midway, a zombie on-board. Chris, a small town drug dealer and big time loser who takes on the council estate’s undead once the apocalypse threatens his beloved Gran. Captain Andy Bracknell, whose holiday flight from Spain becomes death at 30,000 feet when a passenger goes full zombie. Dr Grace, a virologist in a secret underground research Facility that threatens to become her underground tomb when one of the research samples gets flesh fever.

Would you Survive the Fall?



The First Men in the Moon (Feathers Classics)

by H.G.Wells

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“Over me, about me, closing in on me, embracing me ever nearer, was the Eternal, that which was before the beginning and that which triumphs over the end; that enormous void in which all light and life and being is but the thin and vanishing splendour of a falling star, the cold, the stillness, the silence, – the infinite and final Night of space.” – H. G. Wells, The First Men in the Moon

The First Man in the Moon by H. G. Wells is a sci-fi novel that ignited the imagination of the 19th century society over what lies on the surface of the Moon and beneath well before Neil Armstrong First Moon Landing. Upon discovering a substance that could negate gravity, businessman Bedford and scientist Cavor set out on a journey to the natural satellite of our planet. There, they make an astounding discovery.



AER (The Elements Book 3)

by Tracy Korn

They wanted a chance; they were given a choice:

Follow the scripted path at Gaia Sur, or face the unknown to find their families. In AQUA and TERRA, Jazz and her friends took the risk, then battled the seven biomes of the “Rush.” Now, from high above the earth in Admin City, it’s clear their fight has only just begun. Told from two perspectives, the third book in The Elements series sends part of the crew to a topside world that isn’t the way they left it and the rest into the virtuo-cine network, where truth is blurred, and time is running out.



The Zemlya Confederacy (The Zemlya Chronicles Book 2)

by Cameron O’Neill

What does it mean to escape? If you are to break free from your confines only to find yourself lost and alone in a strange world, have you really escaped? Within the broken walls of Zemlya, new alliances are formed as others are shattered. The rules are simple; those in power live. Those that fall out of favour are deleted.
On the horizon, a storm is brewing. Whilst internal fighting is sapping the reserves of the icy city of Zemlya, some new enemy approaches. One for which they are not prepared.

The Zemlya Confederacy is the second installment of the Zemlya Chronicles; which detail life in the city of Zemlya; a lonely city surrounded by an impassable tundra. Its residents cannot live beyond 30 years, and the law in enforced by cybernetic soldiers loyal to the government. And yet, against all odds, a rebellion challenges the power of the city’s rulers, desperate to prove that they have been lied to about the city’s genesis.



The Concordia Deception – A Space Colonization Epic Adventure (Space Colony One Book 1)

by J.J. Green

Sabotage at homecoming

After a hundred and eighty years in deep space, the colony starship Nova Fortuna has reached its destination and long-awaited Arrival Day.

Many have sacrificed everything for this moment. Leaving her life and family on Earth, genetic specialist Cariad has spent the trip in cryonic suspension, while colonist Ethan carries the hopes of six generations of volunteers who knew they would never see their final goal.

A devastating attack on the new settlement forced Cariad and Ethan together, and now they must locate and defeat a deadly foe determined to sabotage humanity’s first deep space colony.

Isolated and alone, a fractured crew of colonists struggle for survival on a planet where the enemy could be anyone.

The Concordia Deception is book one in the compelling, provocative space colonization series, Space Colony One.

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The Zemlya Conspiracy (The Zemlya Chronicles Book 1)

by Cameron O’Neill

Zemlya is an isolated city, surrounded by an impassable tundra. The city is protected from the elements by a giant wall, and defended by cybernetically enhanced soldiers that make sure that no-one leaves the city. Many have tried but none survive.
Kate is one of these agents, and is recalled from patrolling the tundra to investigate a rebellion within the city originating in an abandoned industrial area. The rebels are treated as capital offenders and summarily executed. When flushing out a small cell she finds that they have recruited a young girl, who Kate refuses to kill.
Kate is then given orders to try to infiltrate the rebels, but her communication is cut off from headquarters. Following her judgment alone, she begins to sympathise with the young girl she spared and her confederates. Knowing she needs to hide her identity from her new friends whilst trying to stay loyal to the city’s central government, Kate toes the moral line between good and bad.

With comic-book action scenes and a fast-paced plot wrung with twists, The Zemlya Conspiracy is the debut novel from visual novel author Cameron O’Neill.



The Vancouver Model: Landed Money is Foreign Money: A Dystopian Novel Following Two Families on Opposite Sides

by Dr. Eric C. Sayre

Excessive, wealth-based immigration is a root cause of the housing crisis. Explored in this dystopian novel following two families on opposite sides.

This is not an anti-immigration book. Historically, immigration has been important to countries with low natural birth rates (including Canada). Benefits include a predictable growth in the working population, cultural diversity, and infusion of new ideas into arts and science. Immigration is an important part of who we are as Canadians.

But too much of a good thing can be harmful. Canada has aggressively increased its annual immigration targets, and this is accelerating. Current projections will take us from 310,000 in 2018 to 340,000 by 2020. The Advisory Council on Economic Growth has recommended another colossal jump, to 450,000 per year by 2021. Unless this influx is matched by an accelerating growth in housing stocks, upward pressure results on housing prices. Compounding this, if the immigrants we admit are preferentially wealthy, it is as if we allowed foreign buyers unfettered access to our real estate. Official foreign buyer numbers remain low, even while vast amounts of foreign capital are used to outbid local-earning would-be buyers, yet this capital is not counted or taxed as foreign, due largely to politics.

Indeed, the connection between immigration and real estate prices is such a political hot potato that no one in the mainstream mediaâ??let alone any politicianâ??will discuss it at all. It is however the topic of this book, albeit, in a fictional, near-future setting, in which the Canadians are the migrants with the much stronger currency, buying up the real estate in the relatively poor nation of Ghana under invitation from the Ghana Immigrant Investor Program (GIIP). And just as published statistics have shown that the vast majority of multi-millionaire migrants entering Canada today through the Quebec Immigrant Investor Program end up thousands of miles from Quebec (their top destination is Vancouver, BC), those entering Ghana via the GIIP nearly all land in the coastal city of Zoya. Under both policies (the real and the fictional), the governments’ preference for attracting the wealthiest foreign migrants it can is so blatant as to be built into the names of these policies.

The Vancouver Model: Landed Money is Foreign Money begins in one author’s vision of a 2029 dystopian Vancouver, BC, in which in which extreme overpopulation resulting from excessive, wealth-based immigration has combined with hyperinflation brought on by decades of cheap money and foreign capital, to trigger an exodus of Canadians seeking better lives elsewhere. Their preferred destination? Zoya, a picturesque harbor city of four million people in the developing African nation of Ghana. The Ghanaian government welcomes wealthy Canadian migrants as they believe this may accelerate Ghana towards first-world status. But just as we see in present-day Canada, not all Ghanaians benefit from this policy. The harbor city of Zoya is particularly affected, as its temperate climate and picturesque beauty have made it the top choice for immigrating Canadians, many even dubbing it the “new Vancouver”.

This book follows two familiesâ??one Canadian and one Ghanaianâ??as they navigate differing paths through a period of unprecedented global migration between Vancouver, BC, Canada, and Zoya, Ghana.

The author, Eric C. Sayre, PhD, is a statistician and researcher currently living in Vancouver, BC. Besides being an author, he is a well-published scientist, with over 250 publications between 1997 and 2018, including a mixture of first-authorships and coauthorships on articles published in peer-reviewed medical journals, abstracts presented at scientific meetings, research reports and invited talks. For a BIGGER SAMPLE plus links to other books and software, please visit www.ericsayre.com.



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A Knight’s Oath: A science fantasy short story (The Order of the Black Rose Book 2)

by Penny BroJacquie

A cloak-and-dagger society. A deadly challenge. An oath to secrecy. A call of fate.

He wished he could live a life full of adventure. “Be careful what you wish for,” they say.
Young Eric lives a boring life on an isolated island in the North Sea, which no one seems to know. Studying ancient runes and Norse mythology doesn’t offer him any pleasure anymore. He wants to travel the world, live the adventure, experience the excitement.
And then he meets Egon, a mysterious traveler, and finds himself trapped in a dim dungeon with no way out. His life is in danger, so are the lives of his loved ones.
It is the moment when Eric will have to choose his own life path. Will he choose to have control of his own life and preserve the right to make his own decisions? Or will he take the oath that will strip him of the prerogative of making his own life decisions?

What will he choose? Freedom or destiny?

Find out in this adrenaline rushing thrill ride, chock full of runes and ancient secrets!

If you love conspiracies, fun-filled adventure science fantasy, and history, then you’ll love the second standalone installment in Penny BroJacquie’s NA SpecFic series.

~ A KNIGHT’S OATH is a focused on Eric’s background story and prepares the reader for the events that will occur in book #4, The Knight’s Portal.

Buy A Knight’s Oath to join the Order of the Black Rose today.*** The Knight’s Oath can be read standalone.
THE ORDER OF THE BLACK ROSE series#1 The Undead Must Die #2 A Knight’s Oath #3 The Withered Rose#4 The Knight’s Portal#5 A Knight’s Deceit (November 2018)



The Books of Knowledge (Legend of Alm Book 1)

by Graham Irwin

The Books of Knowledge tells of a young man named Slate Ahn’s journey across the world and into myth. Following a mystery involving a set of ancient books and a search for his missing family, Slate has unbelievable adventures, meets many new friends and some enemies, and goes on to change Alm forever. An epic introduction to the world of Alm, a classic hero journey for the young at heart.



Broken Episode One: A Galactic Coalition Academy Series

by Odette C. Bell

Special Commander Joshua Cook has a secret, she’s sure of it. He’s the Coalition’s latest golden boy, but she knows he has a past that’s far from sparkling.
Ready to find out what his secret is, she isn’t ready for the man himself. Josh is the rudest, meanest, crudest Coalition officer she’s come across. She’s about to give up when the unthinkable occurs – they get stuck on a desert planet far from help.
They’ve got to rely on each other to survive. Which is harder than it sounds â?¦.
Broken is the continuation of the Galactic Coalition Academy universe. A four-episode space opera, it charts romance, action, and humour on an adventure through the galaxy.



DARK WORLD (5 post-apocalyptic stories)

by Erica Stevens

***All these stories are part ones to other series. All your questions won’t be answered in book one.***

APOCALYPSE – UNDERWATER CITY
by Chrissy Peebles

***This is a 15,000 word novella***

This series does have dark moments and is intended for mature audiences only.

BOOK TRAILER: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF9UkY0qiSo

I’m a survivor, living in a post-apocalyptic world. I live deep in the ocean and that’s how we all survived the world’s greatest catastrophe known to man. I’d often dreamt of a normal life, but sadly, that wasn’t what fate had in store for me.

RAVENOUS by Erica Stevens

The world didn’t end with a bang, it didn’t go out in a ball of fire and fury, nor did it end in ice. But in some strange way, ice was the end; or maybe it was the beginning of something more.

Bethany is stunned and horrified when she finds herself suddenly alone in a world that was alive only moments before. Terrified, she flees into the streets of her town, looking for answers, and desperate to reach her family. Panicked, she is nearly captured by the monsters hunting her until Cade steps in to rescue her. Dark and distant, most people in school are wary of Cade, yet oddly fascinated by him. They had once been close as children, but it has been years since Bethany has had any real contact with Cade. As their situation becomes even more perilous, Bethany struggles to come to terms with her past, her terrifying new reality, and her growing love for a boy that is powerful, mysterious, and perhaps even more frightening than the aliens hunting them. Aliens that want more than their lives, they also want their blood.

Book 1 The Ravening Series

Young Adult. This book contains some language, violence, and sexual situations. Recommended for ages fifteen and up.

ZOMBIE GAMES (ORIGINS) by Kristen Middleton

Seventeen-year-old Cassandra Wild thought that living in the chaos of her mother’s home daycare and dealing with new feelings for Bryce, her martial arts instructor, was a struggle until her world turned upside down. When an untested vaccine kills more than just a rampant flu virus, Cassie learns how to survive in a world where the dead walk and the living… run!

This YA story is a lighthearted adventure filled with zombies, butt-kicking teenaged girls, a man obsessed with video games, an annoying but totally HOT karate instructor, and humor when needed.
*This is a young adult fictional story that includes some language, violence, and adult situations. Recommended for mature teens or older.

THE ZOMBIE CHRONICLES by Chrissy Peebles

The Zombie Chronicles Book Trailer: http://youtu.be/ociUHiL1g70

Warning: Mild violence. For mature teens or older.

Val was bitten by a zombie and now she’s scheduled for lethal injection. Breaking all the rules, eighteen year old, Dean Walters snags an experimental serum. But it can’t be tested until Val turns into a zombie: something authorities won’t allow. Her execution is scheduled to happen before transformation is complete, giving Dean only hours to break her out.

When their helicopter crashes straight into the heart of Zombie Land, his rescue mission becomes a fight for survivalâ?¦and giving up on Val is NOT an option.

THE SURVIVOR CHRONICLES by Erica Stevens

***Note*** This book is the first compilation of an ongoing serial story, due to this fact it does not have a conclusion. This book is not a survivalist story. Though they are not in this book, the following books in this series do contain almost zombie like people.

The First tremors of the earth were felt at 7:22 EST. time. Every single person felt the rumbling, and experienced the tremors that would forever alter the course of history. Most did not survive. These are the accounts of some of those that did.

***Due to language and graphic content this book is recommended for readers 17 and older.



Sonar The Crashing: Sci-fi, Romance (The Sonar Series Book 1)

by B Truly

Is it more than déjà vu? With the Romeland family it may be destined to be true.

Life on Earth is not the only place where devastation occurs and hard choices must be made. The Royal 4 of Kadan live in the Sonar galaxy, three hundred million light years from Earth. They travel to Earth to obtain the resources that they need to give their world a fighting chance. Their mission is compromised and they’re faced with life changing events.
The mind is a complex mystery. Syira struggles with who she has become and the strange dreams that start to unfold. With no memory of her past, Syira wonders if it’s more than a dream, or is it déjà vu? When secrets unravel in her life, it’s a chaotic cyclone.

Shiray is frantic when she is the first to discover their true destiny and that the love of her life no longer remembers who she is. Shiray has to determine if she will fight for him or let him go. Either choice holds consequences, but she must find a way to restore her family before all is lost. They must prevail because the fate of their planet lies in their hands.

What would you do if you had amnesia but fell in love, only to learn upon regaining your memory, that you’re already married?
Find out in this New Adult, Sci-fi, Romance Thriller!



The Opera Of The Phantom

by Martin Allen

The path of young love rarely did lie along a smooth trajectory. An Intergalactic Peace Negotiation, the superstitions of an ageing theatre venue and a young couple unsuited by their respective societal standing – what could possibly go wrong?

A Short Story – Contains Footnotes.



Running: The Alien in the Mirror (The War for Iron: Element of Civilization Book 1)

by Lazlo Ferran

So you know you are human?
Ishmael Bodd ‘wakes up’ for the first time, a billion years in the future. He is a Citizen of Supercity, on Marstoo, far away from old Earth in the Universe. In his world, crime doesn’t exist and Citizens only need electricity to live, whereas clones, who eat food and drink liquids, are banished to Clonecity.

But he suddenly feels compelled to commit a minor crime and goes on the run. He can never stop running until he has escaped his culture and found the reason why everything suddenly feels so ‘strange’ to him in this science fiction thriller.

If you like the Terminator series, Blade Runner or Greg Bear’s Hull Zero Three, you will love Running – The Alien in the Mirror.

Includes Chapter One of Too Bright the Sun.

Categories: science fiction, thriller, far future, clones, androids, cyborgs, time travel, genes, genetic engineering, military science fiction.

Character interview with Jake Nanden, star of the Iron Series.

Name (s): Jake Nanden

Age: 34

Please tell us a little about yourself.
I am 5’11’, dark hair, short – Army cut, slightly curly. Green eyes.

Describe your appearance in 10 words or less.
Getting middle aged, slightly paunchy with drying skin – like paper in places – except my mech arm. That’s synthetic skin on there and as smooth and supple as the day it was sprayed on. I even had mine tattooed but don’t tell anyone.

Would you kill for those you love?
I kill every day – most days – to keep my culture intact. I would say that is killing for those I love. Of course there is a moral code… And as a soldier the moral code is almost everything. After a while… killing… it sometimes seems to be the only thing you have left. Family are too far away.

Do you like animals?
I love animals. Their love is unconditional. You can never quite be sure with humans, can you?

Do you have a family?
Ha! Ha! Yes. A test-tube. No seriously my mother – Mary, my sister Justine and a dog – a collie called Frisky. My adoptive dad was the famous robotics designer Robert R. Nanden but he’s dead. My mother was his assistant and pretty accomplished at that!

Can you remember something from your childhood which influences your behaviour?
I am not sure about any of my childhood memories. They are probably all implanted. I am a replicant. The first memory I am sure about is playing on the grass with my adoptive mother watching me playing cricket.
She shouted out, “Jake! You are such a talented cyborg!”
Even at my tender age, I knew a replicant was not the same thing as a cyborg and I knew that she should know, as her first husband had been a famous robot designer. Her words had always stuck in my head.
But anyway, adoptive parents of replicant children are always told to create some vivid experience for their kid in the first few days so that the imprinting takes properly. So it’s probably not significant.

Do you have any phobias?
Mirrors. Can’t stand them. They make me sweat and… well, I’m very nervous around them. I avoid them.

Please give us an interesting and unusual fact about yourself.
I write books – well, I am writing my first; a detective thriller. It’s kind of Raymond Chandler-ish. I call it Chandleresque, but I guess that’s bad English. My adoptive parents are first generation J5 – that’s a space station – so they kinda inherited a USAC – United States of America and Canada – accent. Anyway, I am rambling.

Does your world have different races of people?
We are more concerned with Ischians – aliens. Races? I don’t think anybody notices any more. Still a stigma to being a replicant though.
Find out more at: lazloferran.com



Weltuntergang (German Edition)

by Freder van Holk

Utopischer Roman von Freder van Holk

Der Umfang dieses Buchs entspricht 263 Taschenbuchseiten.

Professor Francis Howe aus San Franzisco und sein Team aus Astronomen wollen auf der kleinen polynesischen Insel Tolaua eine totale Sonnenfinsternis beobachten – ein sehr seltenes Ereignis. Auch Eve, die Tochter des Professors, ist mit von der Partie. Sie verliebt sich in Howes Piloten Alan Jons, was dem Millionär Curl Arlington, der diese Expedition finanziert, sehr missfällt. Plötzlich gehen die Uhren vor und die Wissenschaftler stellen fest, dass der Mond den Abstand zur Erde verringert! Menschen empfinden eine groÃ?e Unruhe, viele geraten in Panik, Millionen ergreifen die Flucht. Der Mond kommt näher, wird immer gröÃ?er, während die Sonne zerflieÃ?t. Stürme, Erdbeben und riesige Flutwellen folgen. Es bahnt sich eine Katastrophe von unvorstellbarem AusmaÃ? an …



Leopold Orso and The Case of the Bloody Tree (Sublime Electricity: The Prequel)

by Pavel Kornev

This is a short-story prequel to The Sublime Electricity series. To check out the other books of the series, go to https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01N7S0XVA.
UPON BEING promoted to the rank of detective constable of the New Babylon Police, Leopold Orso had no idea that, from then on, he would have to track down succubae, exorcise poltergeists and hunt for werebeasts. But, even after grappling with the supernatural had become routine, he was still thrown into a trembling fear every time he thought back on his first investigation: The Case of the Bloody Tree.
The Second Empire stretches from ocean to ocean. Army dirigibles hum through the heavens, and its waters are furrowed by steamships. But above all else, the power of the state is derived from industry. So one day, when workers start disappearing from a nearby factory, the New Babylon Criminal Investigation Department takes up the case. But, the detectives have no idea what horrors the acrid char of factory smokestacks can awaken…



The Warden Threat: A Sci-Fi Counter-Fantasy Novel (Defying Fate Book 1)

by D.L. Morrese

Prince Donald, the idealistic third son of the king of Westgrove, believes he may be the only one capable of protecting his country from an invasion spearheaded by an ancient, massive, and magical stone warrior known as the Warden of Mystic Defiance. When he recovers a mysterious scroll he believes may allow him to take control of the Warden, he eagerly takes on the task. Donald, unfortunately, is woefully unprepared. His only understanding of such things comes from reading fictional tales of epic adventures and brave heroes. He dreams of being one, but to his dismay, his quest unfolds nothing like he imagined. The books in his library seriously understate the complexities and hardships involved, and the real world can be much more confusing and complicated than those in stories. Sometimes it is not easy to identify the villains, and what things seem may not always be what they are. The real threat to the kingdom may not even be what everyone seems to think it is. Most disturbing of all is the realization that the hero is not necessarily predestined to save the day. Heroes can fail.

This lighthearted parody is uniqueâ??a soft science fiction counter-fantasy, which pokes a fair amount of good-natured fun at the serious tone and dependence on magic common to many epic fantasy adventure genre novels. With its charming and truly likeable characters, witty, intelligent humor, and prose style blending positive science fiction and epic fantasy elements, The Warden Threat is a delight, perfect for readers of these genres yearning for something fresh and different.

This book is also available in the omnibus edition Defying Fate, which includes both The Warden Threat and its sequel, The Warden War. Defying Fate is a Kindle exclusive.



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by Ð?анÑ?еÑ?ов Ð?иÑ?аил

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RAKER

by Christopher A. Gray

RAKER
1. noun
Remote Armed Kinesthetic Engagement & Reconnaissance android, used primarily by Fire Departments and Police Departments in the United States. RAKERs are deployed for rescue, bomb disposal, and other tasks which are deemed too dangerous for humans. Some models are being manufactured for the armed forces to serve as offensive battlefield weapons.

Christopher A. Gray’s RAKER follows an incident one evening when Dr. Norman Stravinsky sends his RAKER android out to deliver a sensitive file to a colleague. When it encounters a crime in progress, the android must decide whether to interrupt its primary duties as bodyguard to Stravinsky in order to prevent the crime from continuing. The decision results in a confrontation between itself and the Seattle Police Department.



Injustice for Gold in Africa

by Travis Knoll

Injustice For Gold In Africa. A Historical Fiction Thriller To Find The Human Heart.

After the death of his wife, Dr. Christoph Kloppel discovers a partial cure for cancer that could have saved her. With grief and regret driving his determination, he is eventually awarded the Nobel Prize and uses it as a platform to further advance his research.

What he doesn’t expect, however, is the breakout of WWII, during which the Nazi party comes for him, demanding he relinquish the prize or face treason. Christoph chooses truth, publishes his findings, and flees to Africa. Once there, Christoph’s knowledge allows him to heal the sick and come to be known as a God by the people, or their savior (the resurrection of Christ), which he doesn’t believe in.

Eventually, he discovers the missing link in his research, but it’s what he didn’t plan on finding that changes him –a new love with an African princess, along with a new lease on life. But just when things seem to finally be looking up for Christoph, he learns that the enemies he left behind in Germany haven’t forgotten him, and are looking for the same gold that Christoph is healing people with for munitions toward the war effort.

INJUSTICE FOR GOLD IN AFRICA is an exciting story of loss, love, hate and hope that will surely keep readers on the edge of their seats. Filled with rich detail about the beauty of Africa and its inhabitants, this novel provides a new look at one of the most explored places in the world.

A fast historical thriller that takes us through one of the most beautiful places on the planet.

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Tags: Thriller, Historical thriller, fiction



Infinity Squad

by Shuvom Ghose

Second Lieutenant Jonah Forrest is finding out that having infinite lives doesn’t make war any easier. Sure, downloading into a cloned body when you die is better than the alternative, but that doesn’t make a Hell-Spider’s claws hurt any less. Or his General’s orders for suicide missions any more sane.

But when his First Lieutenant gets killed in action, really killed, and when a captured Hell-Spider offers a way to get ‘kills’ without taking on the enemy, Forrest and his Infinity Squad will have to decide how hard they are willing to work to take the easy way out. Especially when the General starts catching on to their schemes. And when their Hell-Spider prisoner starts suggesting more and more dangerous alternative missions. And when they start suspecting that not ALL of their consciousness is transferring into their new cloned bodies.

Infinity Squad: They’re willing to die to free your planet from alien invaders. More than once if necessary.



Episode One: Lights, Camera, Impact! (The Spacetastic Adventures of Mr. Space and Captain Galaxy Book 1)

by T.L. Charles

As adventurers of the grand cosmos, Mr. Jason Space and Captain Helena Galaxy seek to discover new worlds and new adventures and to have fun while doing it. They will never do paid mercenary work, no matter how good the offer, for they are explorers and not mercenaries. They will complete every mission they undertake, no matter how much trouble it gets them into. And they will never give up, regardless of whatever menacing aliens or dangerous obstacles they run into.

When Galaxy travels to the uninhabited world of Magna 5, she goes there only to find rare rocks she and Space can sell to geologists for money to help fuel their travels across the universe. But when Galaxy finds herself alone up against an old-fashioned assassin who is trying to kill a famed holofilm director, and with a meteor on its way to devastate the planet’s surface, Galaxy must race against time to stop the assassin and get off Magna 5 before it is too late.



Die Eiland: ‘n distopiese jeugroman (Eilandserie Book 1) (Afrikaans Edition)

by Jen Minkman

“Ek loop aan see toe. Die branders borrel en skuim oor my kaalvoete. Seemeeue skree bokant my kop. Die eindelose oppervlakte van die water strek tot aan die horison, watter kant toe ek ookal kyk.
“Ons wereldjie is klein… Ons is op ons eie, en ons het net die Krag diep binne-in ons om op staat te maak.

“As ek hiervandaan in ‘n westelike rigting sou loop, sou ek by ‘n versperring kom: die muur. Daaragter is Dwase. Volgens ons voorouers mag ons nie oor die muur klim nie.

“Die Dwase glo nie in hulle eie Krag nie. In plaas daarvan glo hulle aan iets buite hierdie wereld, wat hulle gaan red.

“Niemand wil met sulke idiote meng nie.”

Leia woon op die eiland, ‘n wereld waar kinders hulle ouers verlaat wanneer hulle tien jaar oud word, om na hulleself om te sien. Oor hierdie eiland is ‘n muur gebou waaroor niemand nog ooit geklim het nie. Die Dwase wat aan die ander kant woon, is nie vatbaar vir rede nie. Hulle glo in illusies. Dit is volgens die Boek, al wat die Oostelike Eilandbewoners se voorgeslagte aan hulle nagelaat het.

Maar dan spoel ‘n vreemde man op die strand uit, en Leia ontmoet ‘n Dwaas van aangesig tot aangesig. En haar lewe is nooit weer dieselfde nie. Is dit wat sy en haar vriende omtrent die eiland glo, regtig waar?

Of is almal in hulle wereld inderdaad Dwase?



Zombie Apocalypse EVACUATION: Hawaii

by D G Leigh

***Updated September 2018***
Due to poor reviews pointing out errors I’ve re-edited this publication for the better…..
Originally auto-correct changed “Referb” into “Reverb” and “Astral plane” to “Astro plane”.
Three other spelling mistakes (totally my fault) also corrected.
“Wall-hanger” isn’t random, it’s surfing slang. A board so beautiful that you don’t know to ride it
or hang it in a gallery?
Sorry for any inconvenience.

A new terrifying twist that up’s the ante in the realm of zombie horror and lore.

I dare you to accompany seven year old Susan on her horrific exodus for survival
as a new species of kilometre tall trees take root, tearing asunder our world.
Blocking out the sun and plunging Earth into permanent darkness.
Humanity’s devastating war against mounting undead hordes has only just began.

Book two completed, due for release February 2018



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