Free science fiction Kindle books for 09 Jan 19

The Powers of the Earth (Aristillus Book 1)

by Travis J. I. Corcoran


Earth in 2064 is politically corrupt and in economic decline. The Long Depression has dragged on for 56 years, and the Bureau of Sustainable Research is hard at work making sure that no new technologies disrupt the planned economy. Ten years ago a band of malcontents, dreamers, and libertarian radicals bolted privately-developed anti-gravity drives onto rusty sea-going cargo ships, loaded them to the gills with 20th-century tunnel-boring machines and earthmoving equipment, and set sail – for the Moon.

There, they built their retreat. A lunar underground border-town, fit to rival Ayn Rand’s ‘Galt’s Gulch’, with American capitalists, Mexican hydroponic farmers, and Vietnamese space-suit mechanics – this is the city of Aristillus.

There’s a problem, though: the economic decline of Earth under a command-and-control economy is causing trouble for the political powers-that-be in Washington DC and elsewhere. To shore up their positions they need slap down the lunar expats and seize the gold they’ve been mining. The conflicts start small, but rapidly escalate.

There are zero-gravity gun fights in rusted ocean going ships flying through space, containers full of bulldozers hurtling through the vacuum, nuclear explosions, armies of tele-operated combat UAVs, guerrilla fighting in urban environments, and an astoundingly visual climax.

The Powers of the Earth is the first book in The Aristillus series – a pair of science fiction novels about anarchocapitalism, economics, open source software, corporate finance, social media, antigravity, lunar colonization, genetically modified dogs, strong AIâ?¦and really, really big guns.


by Sebryna Buskey

Every once and a while I would write down names of every one I would like to attend my funeral, that was until the human race destroyed itself. Once that happened I started to see things from a different perspective, not knowing if your going to be alive to see another sunrise, really makes you want to do everything you can to survive one more night. My dad, Ryan, and I have been in this base since the out break started in late August, its now somewhere in the first week of September, at least thats what everyone tells me.

2020 Vision: Where a revelation of the end is just the beginning

by M Owen Clark

An award-winning SpySciFi novel set against the backdrop of political tension not too dissimilar to what we are experiencing today.

What would you do if you witnessed the end of the world in a dream?

The emotional impact would create such a connection that you couldn’t just ignore it – particularly in the current climate of political unrest in Russia and the Middle East!

Would you report it in, or simply sit on your revelation and hope that it goes away? This is exactly the predicament Sophia Sinclair found herself in after experiencing two of the most profound and prophetic dreams you could imagine.

Set in the UK and the US, 2020 Vision chronicles Sophia’s journey as she strives, alongside her boyfriend Steven Cartwright, to prove that the â??End of Days’ or an Apocalypse may actually be closer than we think.

What starts as a fact-finding mission soon leads to a global race of espionage and treason, as time starts to run out to prevent the ultimate self-fulfilling prophecy.

This twisted tale of love, loss and loyalty ultimately brings into question Sophia’s view on life, authority and finally her faith. For Sophia, her vision of the end, is just the beginningâ?¦


Five star reviews on Amazon, here’s what other reviews have said elsewhere:

“Great book – read it a couple of years ago on Kindle. Can’t wait for another great story from the Author….”

“The ending made me cry! I just don’t know where you get your ideas fromâ?¦”

“An excellent first effort, looking forward to the sequel. Descriptions of scenes were so good I could have been there!”

“I really enjoyed it and couldn’t put it down. Bits really made me chuckle and it was honestly one of the best reads i have enjoyed and I would put it right up there with the established authors.”

“Yes, I cried too! Not the ending I was expecting. Brilliant!”

“It’s espionage and romantic relationships rolled into one. Like Bridget Jones meets Spooks.”

Being based in London, I’m surrounded by creativity and inspiration. I work in advertising, so wordplay and the power of words is central to me. The magic they convey manifests in the fact that they’re only conjured through an ability to spell.

I love SciFi, I love spy movies, so it was always my intention to marry the two and build in a long entrenched fascination with Nostradamus too. It makes me laugh how current events are retrofitted to fit within the paradigm he painted so long ago, so I decided to let his famous visions lead the story, particularly around the central idea of the identity of the Third Antichrist.

So much of what I’ve written is closer to fact than fiction and many of the sub plots are in fact a comment on todays society and political agendas. It’s a story that questions where power lies and when power lies, as well as an exploration of synchronicity, consciousness and reality. The second and third parts of my trilogy explore these ideas much further.

Legions Riddle: The Elite and the Outcast (Legions’ Riddle Book 3)

by Kenneth Sanford

In this cinimatic exposé of evolution, LEGION’S RIDDLE, The Elite and the Outcast explore the infinite destiny of the 34th Century. Guided by the solitary code of an alien race, civilization has massed into a weaponized force to conquer the multiverse. Earth’s Elite has joined the expansion of the Corsi Star System. In this era of mind altering enigmas, the crew of the Starship Eagle open a gateway to an untouched wilderness, only to rise against natures most brutal enemy — Time, and Time is talking back. . . Tick Toc, Tick Toc

What’s it gonna be, Captain?

by Whitney Preston

Join us on a Star Trek -like frolic through space with a fascinating crew of aliens and humans alike, as they share adventures and romance along the way. “What’s it gonna be, Captain?” is what the team of captains, the glamorous and stunning Captain Jenivah Stavah, and the enigmatic Captain John Braxus Cainon, say to each other when ever their next adventure is about to start.
The first in a series, “The Belerophon and the Crystal Sphere” start us off in a universe with some revenants from a time before, a hate older than space has lingered and seeks to manipulate and destroy the space-faring races. A star base explodes, and all set off in a race to intercept and gain access to the science abroad this strange vessel. New races and weapons are encountered, till they finally come to an uncharted and unexplored planet in the center of a giant Nebula.

Epiphany: A Space Fantasy Sci-Fi Adventure (Star Magi Saga Tales Book 2)

by Andrew Dobell

Dain’s first mission as a Wraith looked like it would be an easy one.
He should have known betterâ?¦

Dain’s training as a Wraithâ??A highly trained group of Mercenaries led by Magiâ??had not been easy. He was not a naturally athletic man, and his squad mates had chosen him to be the butt of their jokes since day one.

When their first mission out of bootcamp comes in, it’s a simple escort mission on a Magi Dynasty ship. Dain is secretly pleased, but his squad mates are keen to get out on the field of battle.
Once on the ship, the squad is relegated to a comfortable side room, much to their distaste.

Things couldn’t look much easier, but the Magi that’s assigned to them is a childhood friend of Dain’s and is one more reason for his squad mates to tease him.

But when the ship makes a stop part way through their mission, things take a sudden turn for the worse, and his squads wish for battle is suddenly realised.

New Enemies: A Discordant Earth Series Prequel

by Melony Paradise

Hell is made for those who find loveâ?¦

The year is 2020, and Earth is embroiled in a worldwide war. Drafted at the age of fourteen, Sebastian Roberts has a few reservations. As his detachment arrives on Seattle’s battlefield with little to no time to spare, he wonders just how much he will have to give up fighting a hopeless war.

But when aliens intervene, abruptly ending the war, their promises of rebuilding a prosperous new world with society living in harmony has Sebastian convinced nothing is what it appears to be. Struggling with the memories of battles fought and lives lost, Sebastian searches for the one thing he needs mostâ??a place to call home.

Can Sebastian find a way to survive the chaos of a world seemingly at peace? Or will his hidden scars lead him to his own grave?

Don’t miss New Enemies, a prequel in the new Discordant Earth Sci-Fi romance series by Melony Paradise.

Beyond the Starport Adventure (Bullet Book 1)

by Richard Fairbairn

In 2195, mankind’s perception of galactic dominance comes to an abrupt end when an interstellar disaster sparks a war against an unstoppable enemy.

Matt Archer’s cruise ship plummets into an alien city, wiping out the city and its occupants. Treating the incident as a first strike, the aliens attack rescue ships sent from Earth to investigate. The first ship on the scene at the disaster site – an ordinary civilian tourist ship from Earth – finds itself trapped in a hostile alien star system. Thousands of light years from home, civilians and starship crew alike must battle overwhelming odds to escape death.

As the conflict intensifies, the alien warmongers’ dire motivations become clear. They’re driven by an innate fear passed from generation to generation, a core belief held since the dawn of their empire’s creation. 30,000 years in the past, their ancestors committed an unspeakable sin upon the very gods they now worship, and now they suspect the gods have returned to seek a cruel and terrible vengeance.

Anno Zombus Tales Volume 4

by Dave Rowlands

4 more Tales of Survival from the depths of the Auspocalypse…


by Daniel Mullaney

Tomorrow is the day. M-Day. A celebration to few, misery to most. A day of rapture and reckoning, and for the third year running, this one promises to put all other years to shame. Each year it falls on the same day, considered the hottest of the year or there about. Sometimes hot enough to boil the blood and enrage the mind, perfect for M-Day and all its intent. Tomorrow Britain (no longer Great) will know a new low.

The Phoenix and the Flames (Prometheus Book 1)

by Brendan Landry

Wanted by the same government he helped to end the resource war, Robert Phoenix lives a solitary life in the post-war woodlands reclaimed by nature. But when he is tracked down and given an ultimatum, he finds he has little choice except to return to the HIVE city of New Amsterdam to clear his name. Little does he know, a chance encounter with a would-be thief would put them both on a path filled with discovery, death, and destruction. Will Robert rise from the ashes, or burn with the flames?The Phoenix and the Flames is the first installment in the Prometheus series. It is an action-packed adventure that takes places in an alternate, yet strangely familiar dystopian world. The tale follows Robert as he battles mysteries, deception, and unknown enemies on his quest to freedom. With thrills around every corner, The Phoenix and the Flames is sure to keep you on your toes!

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