Free science fiction Kindle books for 27 Dec 18

Apocalyptic Beginnings Box Set: A Post-Apocalyptic Zombie Filled Box Set

by M.D. Massey


The Reanimated Writers bring you this HUGE collection of zombie apocalypse fiction from 13 of today’s hottest zompoc authors, including New York Times and USA Today Best-Sellers! This is a limited time release… grab your copy now!”

Totaling over 1 million words and billions of zombies, this collection will keep you clutching your pillow as you read until the light of dawn!

The set includes:
– THEM by M.D. Massey
– Mutation Z 1&2 By Marilyn Peake
– Taking on the Dead by Annie Walls
– Broken World by Kate L. Mary
– Shattered Lives Book 1: Broken Dreams by Rissa Blakeley
– Mom’s Against Zombies By Alathia Paris Morgan
– Since the Sirens by EE Isherwood
– Only the Dead Don’t Die By A.D. Popovich
– 100 Days in Deadland By Rachel Aukes
– Highway Z – Genesis By Ana Nix
– Afflicted: Patient Zero By Derek Shupert
– Rising Ash By R.G. Westerman
– Empty Bodies By Zach Bohannon

“If you enjoy zombie apocalypse fiction and books like World War Z and Day by Day Armageddon, then you’ll love this 13-volume collection of bloody, gore-filled zompoc goodness. Grab your copy and start reading the hottest authors in zombie horror today!”

Brought to you by The Reanimated Writers

Dawn Rising: A Novella Prequel to Star Rising

by Cesar Gonzalez

Reave is caught in a precarious situation. He’s a once in a generation warrior, training to be an Alioth, the most battle-hardened force in the galaxy. Yet he hides a terrible scar from the past. A past that has awakened and threatens to consume his future.

Junia Barteau, an Alioth in training, wants nothing more than to become an Alioth and right wrongs of the past. The wrongs that claimed her mother’s life. But to do that she has to survive Alioth training alongside a band of classmates she wants nothing to do with. Classmates like the insufferable Reave who sees the world as a joke.

When a threat rises to claim all life in the galaxy, can these two unlikely partners in arms look past their differences and unite? Will they crumble under the pressure that falls on their shoulders, or will they rise to the occasion?


by Bradley Riggs

What can the concept of death possibly look like in the future? Will we know when we pass? Will we be in control of our passing and will pain be associated with the concept of death? SIMULATIONS is my official short that I wrote for the Gizmodo/io9 project exploring the future of death from a science fiction perspective, and fittingly, in the spirit of Halloween.But, I got a little carried away and expanded on the story. Writing contest or not, I am very passionate about the subject matter and characters explored within the story of SIMULATIONS.

Dancing with the Viper (Viper Series Book 1)

by Amy Beatty

In the eight years since the first Talessanin embassy ship landed on Earth, Hanna Bradley, like most other humans, has never met one of the reclusive extraterrestrialsâ??and she likes it that way. Hanna’s life is finally going well. She has her friends. She has her art. She has her own cozy home. And it’s been months since the last bout of horrific nightmares left her weeping on the floor of her locked bedroom closet.

Then Jon moves in across the street.

Jonantathinel of House Kanestelan Ehr has left the intergalactic emperor’s service to settle in a small, quiet town on the empire’s newest planetary protectorate, Earth. But Jon isn’t just any alien ex-soldier. Jon has secrets.

When Hanna’s charming, yet intimidating new neighbor tries to spark a romance, the spark reignites the terrors of Hanna’s past, and she struggles to keep her balance as Jon’s ominous secrets whirl around her and draw her in.

The Eden Hole

by Ben Brown

John Saunders had it all. A beautiful wife, two amazing kids, a dream job, and an apartment in the best part of town. Life was as perfect as it could get. However, when the planet’s worst tsunami hit his building, it shattered his world, and his life. In a heartbeat, everything he cherished was gone.
His dream, his perfect life, washed away in the filth filled waters of LA’s worst ever disaster. In the aftermath, he tried to stay strong, and he vowed to honor the memory of his family. But it was a vow he found increasingly hard to uphold.
Everything reminded him of what he’d lost, and of what he would never have again. Three years passed, and the pain cut ever deeper. He needed a change, a fresh start.
The discovery of the wormhole to the Eden planet offered him the new beginning he needed, and with the help of his friend, Dr. Jack Bradley, he would be on the first transport to Eden.
New beginnings are often difficult, especially when the new beginning means leaving your home planet and traveling countless light-years to an uncharted region of space. A region of space which is secretly coveted by others.

The Eden Hole pulls John Saunders not only to a new sector of space, but into a world of terrorism, espionage and murder. He finds himself in the middle of a struggle for power which threatens to overthrow hundreds of years of peace. Can he survive the struggle? Can he make a difference?

SF Ultimate Collection: Space Adventure & Alien Invasion Tales: Edison’s Conquest of Mars, A Columbus of Space, The Sky Pirate, The Second Deluge, The Moon Metal

by Garrett P. Serviss

Musaicum Books presents to you this unique collection, designed and formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Contents: Novels Edison’s Conquest of Mars A Columbus of SpaceThe Sky PirateThe Second Deluge Short Stories The Moon Metal 

No Fear In Hell

by T.W. Solstice

In the year 3036, centuries after civilization advanced and then declined. Food and shelter was more than plentiful for the survivors, and the people of the time learned to live symbiotically with the planet. Money had been replaced with a barter system across the globe and most cultures developed philosophy which favored a one or two child family. The elimination of mass transit and heavy industry promise a bountiful clean world. However this environmental utopia does not ensure world peace. Over time the vulnerabilities of a peaceful land are soon exploited by the evil Stevonartzia government.

From the time he was a small child, Charlie Khaim only wanted to be a soldier. The events in his life propelled him to be the leader of his own small, but powerful, army. In a time when martial law and vigilante justice rules the land, Commander Khaim’s primary goal was always to protect his people, until being captured by enemy forces leaves him maimed physically and mentally. This story follows his challenges in building a military utilizing both new and ancient technologies; and his struggles to return to duty after the horrors he faced while a prisoner.

Inside, Pt. 1

by Kyra Anderson

Warning! Reader Discretion Advised! 18+

Note from the Author:
Please be aware that this is NOT a YA dystopian book. This is meant for mature audiences who have a high tolerance for horror, sensitive subjects, and extremely dark plot points. Please take this warning very seriously. This book contains material that could be upsetting to some readers.

America is peaceful and back at the top of the world seventy years after the Second Revolutionary War tore through the country and gave birth to Central–the new government. For Lily Sandover the Second Revolution is just another war to learn about in school, until her political father gets promoted into Central and she is taught that everything is not as it appears.

Lily’s family soon gets invited into a branch of Central that acts more like an exclusive club called the Commission of the People, and once you’re in the Commission, you’re in the Commission for life. The Commission of the People is responsible for keeping the peace of America, and Lily soon learns that the peace comes at an extremely high price.

Using her position inside the Commission, and the obsession that the leader of the Commission has for her, she tries to find a way to change the face of America and bring down the Commission of the People.

(This is part one of the novel)

Finding Life on Mars: A novel of isolation

by Jason Dias

It’s Jaye’s 21st birthday, but since she was raised on Mars, it passes just like every other day: harvesting mushrooms from the grow room, tending her fellow Trueborn Children of Mars, and stalking her murderous, neurotypical father.

Until a message comes from Earth–an Earth they thought was lifeless. Apparently one man still draws breath, and he’s a maniac with the launch codes for a nuclear missile in Martian orbit.

Jaye must work with her father or everyone dies – including her own daughter. And she needs more than just survival. She needs a reason to live

Waypoint Magellan (Project Waypoint Series Book 1)

by L.S. Roebuck

Amberly’s quiet, lonely life as an orphaned 19-year-old stellar researcher on Waypoint Magellan is upended when the spaceship American Spirit arrives, bringing a roguishly mysterious scientist, Dek. Magellan is a deep space outpost eight lightyears from Earth where interstellar ships find welcome harbor on the decades-long journey to the planet Arara.

Soon Amberly finds herself caught in the middle of an interplanetary conspiracy – torn between Dek and the handsome, patriotic Marine, North. Amberly must decide what price she is willing to pay to discover the secrets of her late mother and her own guarded heart. Lightyears from help and trapped in the path of a lethal revolution, Amberly must rely on her wits and have faith in those she loves to have any hope of surviving the conflict that threatens the lives of everyone on Waypoint Magellan.

First Angels (Digitesque Book 2)

by Guerric Haché

Isavel has seen what comes after death, and wishes it on no one. Miraculous in the eyes of her peers and her elders, she has become the gods’ unwitting hand in an effort to stop an invasion of otherworldly creatures who would take human bodies as their own. She may fight bravely, but she is also beginning to learn that her influence may come at the cost of who she once was.

But this invasion is not incomprehensible. Ada’s ancestors corrupted the world this enemy is fleeing from, and so she believes the war is her problem to fix. After all, if civilization is to be built anew, the crisis threatening to destroy what little remains of it must be solved first, and Ada sees nobody better placed than herself to save the world and reverse Earth’s decline.

As they both fight to restore the world, their disparate fates weave ever closer together. These gods-chosen mortals know each other’s face, but each has yet to understand who the other truly is, and the consequences of their collision could resonate beyond Earth, out into the stars that still keep watch over this forgotten planet.

Zeroth Law (Digitesque Book 1)

by Guerric Haché

Isavel died, so why isn’t she dead? That question burns brightest as her old life turns to ash in the heat of a war she doesn’t understand. Lost in a storm and saddled with powers and expectations she doesn’t know how to handle, all she has left is faith that her gods know what they’re doing. By following their will, perhaps she can find purpose – and ultimately, peace.

But peace is not for everyone. In these same dark days, Ada is exiled for heresy against the dogma of her people. She decides the world needs to change, she thinks she’s the one to do it, and to her surprise, she is living at a time of more wondrous and terrible change than she could have possibly imagined.

These two young women must navigate a long-forgotten world that is being ground to dust by time and the growing wilderness, each only slowly becoming aware of the other’s existence. They will both have the chance to light a fire to change the world – but first, they must become the people they will need to be.

Hades. Pierwsze kroki /Polish&English Edition/: Hades. The First Steps (hadesjan cycle Book 1)

by Ernest Filak

â??Od ponad dwóch tysiÄ?cy lat ludzkoÅ?Ä? penetruje kosmos. Zajmuje nowe galaktyki, rozwijajÄ?c siÄ? w nieznanym wczeÅ?niej dotÄ?d tempie. Ekspansja ta, wymaga dostarczania coraz wiÄ?kszej iloÅ?ci surowców. Nad tym czuwajÄ? wielkie korporacje. WÅ?adza Ziemi rozlana na olbrzymim obszarze, do wielu miejsc nie dociera. Prawo nie jest należycie respektowane. GórÄ? biorÄ? pieniÄ?dze i zwiÄ?zana z nimi korupcja. Hades jest oddalonÄ? od centrum planetÄ? kopalniÄ?. Posiada nieprzeliczone bogactwa. Wielu ma na niÄ? ochotÄ?. Nadchodzi czas zmian.”
â??For more than two thousand years humankind has been exploring the Universe, which is developing with a speed as yet unknown. Such an expansion requires more and more resources. Big companies provide the supplies required. The jurisdiction of Earth, spread over an enormous area, does not reach everywhere. The law is not properly obeyed. Money and corruption prevail. Hades is a distant mining planet, located far away from the center of the system. It has an almost infinite wealth of resources. Many want to take control over them. The time of change is coming.”

HUMANredux: BEGINNINGS (Book 1) (Human Redux)

by John C. Withwick

“This is not your usual generic apocalyptic alien invasion novel. Instead it weaves elements of time-travel, the esoteric, ancient alien theory, real historical fact, Earth mysteries and good old fashioned sci-fi fun into a compelling and startling narrative.”
Fortean Times

“Thought provoking and compelling. It’s Wool, The Hunger Games and Ender’s Game in one. Five Stars.”

#1 Best seller on (Science Fiction Time Travel) and during free promotion.

Humanity has nowhere to go but the past…

A stunning debut novel from fresh new Sci-Fi voice, John C. Withwick. In HUMANredux, humanity faces certain annihilation from a hostile alien species intent on colonizing Earth. One lone alien scientist decides that humanity deserves a second chance.

He takes five young gifted humans back in time with a mission to rebuild and unite humanity to prepare for the eventual threat. They land in North America with nothing apart from their desire to put right the mistakes of the past.

Sometimes to move forward, you have to go back.

HUMANredux: REPRISAL (Book 2) available now, Book 3 available December 14th 2014.

About the Author

John C. Withwick has been working within the creative industries for nearly twenty years. After starting out writing advertising copy for TV and Print for TBWA, he moved into videogames where he’s spent fifteen years working on some of the biggest games ever created. His words have been in print, on TV and in games for nearly two decades. A former advertising man, and football agent, John has travelled the world during his career and has crafted his first novel from his love of travel, history, science fiction and sociology.



by David Wailing


One hundred years in the future, enormous mining vessels scour the surface of the Moon, prospecting for valuable metals and minerals. Trapped onboard for months at a time, the crew use drugs, virtual environments, gambling and pitfights to make life bearable.

Joel Miller doesn’t need any of those things. He has a new reason to live: an enemy. A private war to the death.

But Miller has no idea that there’s a hidden side to his duel. The hate keeping him alive is the most valuable commodity the Moon has to offer…

‘Duallists’ is a 50,000-word science fiction thriller from the author of the Auto Series.

Wild Card (An epic science-fantasy thriller): The Spirit Callers Saga #1

by OJ Lowe

“Duty doesn’t call. Duty demands.”

It happens every five years across the five kingdoms. All has led to this moment, as every spirit caller worth their talent makes their way to the luxurious Carcaradis Island to compete for fame, riches and glory. Granted the ability to summon genetically enhanced beasts to fight in the arena, their ability has taken them thus far.

Scott Taylor, granted a wild card entry into the tournament, has no doubts about his own ability. Convincing everyone else might yet be the challenge, not least with his relationship crumbling and his best friend competing too, determined to overhaul him. Add in encounters with the seductive Mia Arnholt and the maliciously dangerous Harvey Rocastle and he soon realises it might not be so simple.

Because in a world where violence isn’t only limited to the battlefield, where covert operatives and villains alike hide behind masks of respectability, all becomes apparent something is dangerously rotten at the core of Carcaradis Island. Some see it as a game, but in the end, all will play to winâ?¦

Originally published as the first third of The Great Game, this is the renewed and remastered edition of the novel.

Liberty (Citizens of Logan Pond Book 2)

by Rebecca Belliston

Live free or die…

Chicago is burning, a rebellion rises, but that’s the least of Carrie’s concerns. Patrolman Simmons is assigned new partners who threaten the security and secrecy of Carrie’s clan. Tensions are high, lines are drawn, and Carrie feels a wedge growing between her and Greg.

Haunted by past mistakes and impending tragedies, Greg knows he should distance himself from Carrie. He knows he should let her love the patrolman who can save her and her siblings, especially with money and resources dwindling. But knowing and doing are different matters. He’s busy hatching a plan to salvage things when his citizenship backfires, and he’s asked to do the unthinkable. In this stunning follow-up to Life, loved ones are lost, allegiances are tested, and old enemies plot revenge. At every turn, the citizens of Logan Pond must ask:

What price would you pay for the liberty of those you love?

CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND (Life, Liberty, The Pursuit) is a dystopian romance trilogy set in the not-too-distant future, perfect for readers of all ages. CITIZENS OF LOGAN POND (Life, Liberty, The Pursuit) is a dystopian romance trilogy set in the not-too-distant future. “A piece that should be required reading for young and old alike.”– In D’tale Magazine

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