Free science fiction Kindle books for 04 Dec 18

Suffer the Children

by Janden Hale

A genetic experiment unleashed a devastating virus and humanity struggles to survive. After one of the small band of survivors is mauled by a grotesquely mutated child, the group is left with a harrowing decision that threatens to reveal their town’s darkest secrets.

“The best horror stories touch our most basic, primal fears and Suffer the Children does exactly this. This is a grim, fast-paced story with teeth.”
-Jason Dias, author of For Love of Their Children

Crystalline Space (Dark Stars Book 1): A Space Fantasy Sci-Fi Adventure

by A.K. DuBoff

“Do-overs” are possible.

The crystalline network allows reality to be reset to past moments in timeâ?¦

After a routine reset on her homeworld, Elle Hartmut instead awakens on a spaceship. Her body is different, she has new magical abilities, and she’s told that the fate of known civilization is in her hands.

An alien Darkness is corrupting entire worlds.
Elle and a team of magically enhanced companions embark on an interstellar quest to seal the Master Archiveâ??the only hope of restoring the infected planets.

Ancient relics may hold the key to salvation.
With only vague clues to guide them, Elle and her new friends must gather legendary artifacts to protect the Archive. But if they can’t unravel the ancient secrets in time, their worlds and loved ones will be lost in shadow forever.

Crystalline Space offers a fun blend of sci-fi and fantasy adventure with a sleek high-tech skin on traditional magic, perfect for fans of Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, and Xenosaga. Begin reading the complete Dark Stars trilogy today and be transported to a universe where second chances are real. Start?

â??â??â??â??â?? “Words cannot describe how fantastic this trilogy is. Immortality is what it deserves.”

NOTE: This novel was previously published in the Galactic Genesis boxset.

Tales of New Earth Three

by raymond halyard

TALES OF NEW EARTH is a sci-fi novel about human colonization of a true â??water planet’ – a planet that is almost totally covered with water. There are no ice caps and only the tops of a few active volcanoes protrude above the sea. The colonists will therefore have to live on floating dwellings like the Hong Kong â??boat people’ and make their living from the world ocean. Since there are no land animals, there were no mammals (e.g., seals, dolphins or whales) or birds (e.g., penguins) whose ancestors returned to the sea. The only life forms on the planet are marine creatures similar to microbes (such as phytoplankton), plants (such as algae) and animals (such as mollusks, crustaceans and fish) on Earth. If there are any intelligent creatures on New Earth Three, they will be very exceptional and bazaarâ?¦

Pickle Pie: A Cyberpink Story

by George Saoulidis

Blood Runs Pink

Rollerball meets GLOW in this bloody mess of a sport story.

When a bankrupt armourer ends up owning a second-rate jugger player, he decides to go for it. But will he manage to even turn a profit, when he knows little about the game and its seedy world, when the opponents play dirty on and off the field, and when the game’s popularity grows with every player injury and death?

Do you wanna watch the bloody game of Cyberpink? Do you wanna meet Pickle Pie? Then read this exciting story where popularity is queen and blood runs pink.

This is book 1 of the Cyberpink series.

WARNING: “Pickle Pie” contains drug use, low inhibitions, cursing in multiple languages, British spelling, European political correctness, a ton of stuff given in the metric system, pink blood, red blood, dried blood, worship of made-up corporate gods, references to male and female body parts, drinking, abuse, murder for sport, murder for hire, attempted murder, lecherous fanboys directly from 4chan, polyamory, gangsterism, debt bondage (the non-sexy kind of bondage,) transhumanism, misquoted Doctor Who lines, LGBT characters, diversity, pickle consumption in large quantities, ouzo consumption in large quantities, poorly named things, bathroom scenes (Hitchcock would be proud,) and the story of a hero who’s just trying to do the right thing while complaining about it.

The Hunter, The Hunted, And The Prey

by James Manning

In a world destroyed by greed and power only the strongest survive. In the wilderness, death lurks as bands of raiders, and recreated monsters, seek easy prey. Against threats both human, and prehistoric, Chris Spencer must survive enemies from all sides, and all species. With the help of a man with no history, and no memory, Chris faces his toughest challenge: civilisation. Working in the biggest city he is tasked with clearing the unwelcomed visitors preying on the residents. Dinosaurs on one side, politics on the other, the Hunter must use his wits, cunning, and instinct to survive.

Neon Sands: A Dystopian Sci-fi: The Neon Sands Trilogy (Book One)

by Adam J Smith

The stars brought life to the planet, and the stars destroyed it.

Endless sand, hidden secrets, domes…

… and a mysterious death.

Is Calix also in danger?

As part of a scavenging crew, he must salvage old technology they barely understand, crawling from outpost to outpost.

But the sand hides secrets, and when it shifts, questions unasked and allegiances long forged are challenged.

Just what is the sand hiding?

A sci-fi dystopia adventure in an inhospitable landscape, Neon Sands is the opening book in an epic series that will explore Man’s technological and innate potential, and the search for hope when all looks bleak.

Atlas Of Arcadia

by Nick Reed

The future was stolen. Ideology overtook common sense and with it all human compassion. Complete and total freedom has shackled all but the very few to a life of debt and slavery. Even the very capable and bright suffer under the iron fist of corporate dominance. In this game the winners have won long ago. One individual abandoned at a young age and fleeing for his life, is about to turn the world on its head:
Atlas awoke feeling damp. He turned slowly to his left and noticed a few metres away a brown rabbit was munching quietly. Atlas knew he wasn’t going back to that world. If he wanted to belong he had to make his own world; and in this instant his world required food. He slipped his hand into his pocket and unsheathed the knife. He decided he could either run up on the rabbit, stab it or throw the knife. If he ran to the rabbit, it would very likely run for cover and he would lose his breakfast; however, if he threw the knife it might spin in the air and merely strike the rabbit with the handle.
The rock caved in the head of the rabbit instantly. Atlas had thrown a large one from his position in an overarm motion at great speed, which didn’t allow the rabbit to escape in time. He stood over it and rolled the rock back with his shoe; it was unpleasant to see the splattered skull so Atlas removed it swiftly and drained the blood. He cut out the lower bowels to avoid contamination; something he had read about, but he couldn’t picture the book it had been in.
He didn’t have any means to cook this meat, so for now he carried the rabbit by its hind legs onwards northwest. His plan was to reach Almaty city. Hopefully he would be able to disappear among the hundreds of people, and find an orphanage like the ones he’d read about.

Burnt Worlds (HMCS Borealis Book 1)

by S.J. Madill

The commander of HMCS Borealis has a problem.  Several, actually, the most pressing of which is that he’s not even supposed to be in charge.  Disaster struck during the testing of a new jump drive, leaving the ship crippled and Lieutenant Dillon the highest-ranking officer still alive.

At the far edge of the galaxy, beyond any hope of rescue, it’s up to Dillon to pull the survivors together and get the ship home. As he struggles with the unexpected burden of command, things go from bad to worse.

A fugitive alien priestess arrives, her presence a diplomatic nightmare waiting to happen.  A mysterious ship follows them with murderous intent. And the Borealis’ desperate second jump lands them in uncharted space, surrounded by star systems full of dead planets.

With supplies dwindling, Dillon and the crew of the Borealis find themselves in a race against time to solve a centuries-old mystery.  Can they stop an ancient enemy from being unleashed?  Or are all the planets of the galaxy destined to become burnt worlds?


by Drew Avera

Humanity reached the starsâ??but they went too far.
As the population grows in the Chancerian System, a fleet of ships have been dispatched to seek out more hospitable planets for colonization. Behavioral restrictions for those who serve have created an atmosphere of oppression.
When Commander Calibri Reese is assigned the Executive Officer position on the Krylex, she is given the opportunity to serve her system with honor. But affairs of the heart threaten her careerâ?? and her future.
She must choose one or the other if she hopes to live.
Otherwise, the darkness of space will claim them both.

Time’s Anchor

by Lynda Engler

Ophelia’s husband disappears at the most inopportune times. After 10 years, she’s not sure why she puts up with it, other than the fact that she’s loved him since she first saw him in college, before the physics experiment that started Will involuntarily sliding through time. And there’s nothing anyone can do about it. Or is there?
A human story of love, friendship, and life’s joys and sorrows, set against the backdrop of a mystery that ranges from modern day Boston to Civil War Virginia to the casino building boom of Las Vegas.

Closed City

by Peter F Doyle

A student escapes arrest after a student demo in an authoritarian city state. Initially she thinks she has been rescued but then discovers she has been kidnapped. Her lawyer father does all he can to obtain her release but finds that political powers and the security services have a very different agenda.

The Martian Ones: Tales of Human Folly

by Gabriel Hugo

Contrary to “The Martian” by Andy Weir in which Matt Damon resolves to “science the shit out of this,” these characters have a much bleaker outcome on Mars because of the company they keep…other humans.

The mission to Mars is doomed. Just like the mission to Earth has been a colossal failure. We had one job to do when God (or the aliens) put us here on this planet: team work. Instead, we are at the brink of extinction.

This book explores scenarios about the way in which humanity botches the proposed mission to colonize Mars through a series of tales of human folly.

From an evil scientist bent on creating a human/alien race to kill off and replace people, Martian pioneers lost in space, and Martian colonists murdering and raping in the absence of law and order–to cannibalism, public executions, and a zombie virus outbreak that infects everyone all the way up to the President of the United States.

It seems that no scenario is favorable for humanity’s dream of reaching the stars other than, perhaps, by ceasing to be human altogether.


by Jason Dias

A car accident separates two lovers. Yvonne knows her husband is dead. She signs for the body. But she has the feeling something has gone wrong.

Valery lives when she sleeps, half a life in the shadows of hers, just as aware that the universe has taken a left turn.

Meanwhile, Yvonne’s brother, Isaac Asimov’s biggest fan, is trapped between two worlds – and in his own madness.

As the future approaches, everyone moves towards one event: the future causing their pasts.

One Last Flight: Book One Of The Holy Terran Empire

by Carlos Carrasco

Gaelic of Arkum is an outlaw, a smuggler more at home on his ship the Strumpet, than he is on any of the thousand worlds of civilized space. Gaelic of Arkum is an ex-junkie, a former fighter pilot and a traitor to the Federation of Free Planets which he once served. An escaped prisoner wanted dead or alive by two galactic super powers, Gaelic hides behind an assumed identity while scratching a living for himself working for a ruthless warlord.

And Gaelic of Arkum is dying, entering the end stage of the always terminal Transuranic Cancer.

All he wants to do with the little time left him is to drop off his last load, get paid and hole up in his favorite cat house for a week before shoving off into space again for his rendezvous with oblivion. The last thing Gaelic wants to do is revisit his sordid past. But that long-buried past comes a-knocking anyway, stripping away his alias, exposing his true self and luring him back to the source of all his miseries.

The revelation propels Gaelic down a harrowing path in search of the only woman he has ever loved, the only woman he hates; the lover who abandoned him to humiliation and slavery. Along the way, Gaelic must contend with former comrades of the Federation Forces who would see him hanged for treason, homicidal AIs of the Psion Collective and the Imperial Knights Templar, whose zeal for their Faith and their Holy Terran Empire threatens to consume him in the first fires of an intergalactic war.

It’s all enough to make Gaelic of Arkum wonder who he has to kill to be able to die in peace.

One Last Flight is the first installment in a new and exciting Space Opera Series. It is a thrilling tale of Adventure, Love and Redemption in the shadow of War!

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