Free science fiction Kindle books for 30 Nov 18


by Dany Martin

Seventeen year old Sam feels like she has her life all planned out until the day IT happens and everything changes. The world becomes a terrifying place when overnight eighty five percent of the population goes Roamer. Suddenly the rules of the old world no longer apply leaving Sam and her friend Isaac in a fight to survive.

As Sam and Isaac struggle through the new world they they begin to notice they are changing and that they capable of things they never thought possible. As their abilities develop a new threat emerges. A militia group of survivors form, calling themselves the NoVel Regime. The NoVel Regime promises safety to every normal person left. But because Sam and Isaac have been changed they know they must avoid the NoVel Regime at all costs. This knowledge leads them to seek out other, like minded, changed people to help them ensure their survival at any cost.

Earthbound: Science Fiction in the Old West (Chronicles of the Maca Book 1)

by Mari Collier

Marooned in 19th century West, an alien must survive and return to his homeworld to destroy his mortal enemies and avenge his people.

During a raid to a Comanche camp he rescues Anna: a tall warrior woman. The two become friends and comrades, their fates forever intertwined.

They find themselves together in the prairies of 19th century Texas, the bordellos of Civil War-era New Orleans, to Prohibition in the 1920s, the Great Depression, and the vastness of space.

But will they survive hardships through history, the enmity of their southern neighbors and the Civil War, to be able to return to his home planet and exact his revenge?

Amazon Sci-Fi Western bestseller

Praise for Earthbound:

â??â??â??â??â??”Well written and thoroughly researched, with realistic characters and events. I could not put the book down” – Laurie Ann Davis, Amazon Review

â??â??â??â??â??”A great story with memorable characters, but to me the most fun was the historical aspect of it. Mari has done her research.” – Mark R. Hunter, Amazon review

â??â??â??â??â??“I don’t usually read western-themed books but this book breaks the mold, blending western, historical, and sci-fi / paranormal all into one. It was spellbinding.” – James Johnson, Amazon review

Crystal Deception (Crystal Series Book 1)

by Doug J. Cooper

Juice Tallette believes her latest creation holds great promise for humanity, yet she hesitates to release him into the world. That’s because Criss, an AI with the intellect of a thousand humans, is too powerful to control. Days after his awakening, Criss alarms Juice with news of his impending abduction, and pleads for her protection. He claims that the Kardishâ??alien traders with a spaceship now lurking in orbitâ??have a kidnapping plan already in motion. But is Criss telling the truth, or is this a scheme to gain his freedom? Can Earth even protect Criss from the Kardish, or should he be sacrificed to avoid confrontation with technologically dominant aliens? One government agent promotes turning the hyper-intelligent AI into a doomsday weapon and confronting the aliens in space. But can Criss be trusted to cooperate? And what becomes of humanity if an interstellar battle among titans starts to rage?

Satellites Gone

by Tim Attewell

Taking a walk on his darker side, Attewell explores a compelling swath of new worlds, times, and dimensions in “SATELLITES GONE.” From the super-villain wannabe struggling to make a name for himself by opening the gates of Hell, to the important corporate memo involving encounters on the ocean floor with a creature codenamed “The Magician,” to the man who is punished for looking into the eyes of something that no one should ever see, each story takes its own unique departure from our reality.

Eighteen stories await you. Some will disturb you; some will make you laugh. Others will challenge your conceptions of space and time, wrapping you in a paradox. “SATELLITES GONE” takes readers on a captivating ride from the beginning of Earth to the end of humanity, visiting the strange gaps in human knowledge along the way.

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Victims: Part 1

by Preston Lingle

After the catastrophic world-event known as The Fallout, society regresses into city-states and small groups of organized brigands. Dust covers the world, and a thick haze stretches above skyscrapers, making them seem endless. A group of orphans band together and attempt to survive in the harsh environment the world has become–the aftermath of a world gone cold. They must put their lives at risk to protect the ones they care about, and will resort to any means possible for a chance at their survival.

Shredded: A Dystopian Novel

by Charles O’Donnell

How do I erase my existence from the mind of God?
Grace, a recovering sex addict, wakes one morning to find that she’s become a viral sensation: Her life has been hacked, turned into a full-immersion virtual reality experience that perverts can inhabit for a few dollars. Powerless to keep strangers from getting their thrills reliving her life, fearing that her teenage son, Dylan, might stumble upon her explicit lifestream, Grace finds a shredder, an expert in the ways of the infinitely detailed Worldstream. When he erases her life data, accumulated since the day she was born, Grace’s life will be hers again, but she’ll be outside of the Worldstream–and she can never go back.


by Mario Molinari

Losing his job, living under a false identity, loving two women at once, and dodging bullets are just some of the challenges that the physicist Dr. Warren Harding faces. Now, to save lives, he must risk his own and use the time travel theorem he developed to turn back the clock. But while he can navigate time in a snap, the resulting ripple effect spikes the danger and forever alters the destinies of Warren and those he loves most.

Across Orion’s Arm

by Raymond Halyard

This sci-fi novel begins towards the end of the Twenty-First Century when faint radio signals are received from COP 1081, a ‘solar-twin’ of our sun. COP 1081 and its planetary system are unusually similar to our own and are about 240 light-years from Earth across Orion’s Arm in the general direction of Betelgeuse. This comes at a time when Earth’s scientists have learned how to create temporary transversable wormholes by generating strong magnetic pulses using gigantic nuclear explosions in space. Earth’s leaders decide that a one-way mission to COP 1081’s Earth-like planet ‘Three’ to investigate the source of the mysterious radio signals, and the information gained will be transmitted instantaneously back to Earth via Quantum Entanglement Based Communication. The rest of the story involves the human crew’s adventures with ‘Three’s’ intelligent inhabitants.

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