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The Phantom Of The Earth: An Epic Sci-fi Saga, Books 1-5
by Raeden ZenGet this book for FREE
Herbert’s Dune meets Banks’ The Player of Games in The Phantom of the Earth, a spellbinding science fiction epic set deep underground after the fall of civilization on Earth’s surface.
Here are the five thought-provoking postapocalyptic stories that lovers of science fiction can’t stop talking about, gathered together in one volume for the first time. The futuristic theories, conspiracies, political maneuvering, and characters within these visionary tales will stay with you long after you finish.
In the Great Commonwealth of Beimeni, a subterranean civilization in North America, expansion long ago gave way to peace and prosperity in the face of the history’s most devastating plague. Immortality is the reward for service and loyalty in Beimeni, a place where the physical blends with the metaphysical and power consolidates in the hands of those with a genetic edge. The fissures first spread slowly, then swiftly, until now the Great Commonwealth finds itself on the brink of economic devastation, challenged by forces from within that know its secrets and its crimes.
At the center of the conflict lie the Selendias of Piscator, founders of the resistance with an uncanny connection to the zeropoint field; and the Barão Strike Team, three researchers tasked with finding a cure to the Reassortment Strain, the plague that nearly wiped humanity from the Earth. Traveling from the uninhabitable but pristine surface to the habitable but inhospitable underground, this is a story about dedication to dreams, battle for survival, discovery and connection, song and celebration, undoing past misdeeds, and sacrifice for the greater good.
West With The Night
by Beryl MarkhamGet this book for ONLY $1.99
Beryl Markham’s life story is a true epic. Not only did she set records and break barriers as a pilot, she shattered societal expectations, threw herself into torrid love affairs, survived desperate crash landings—and chronicled everything. A contemporary of Karen Blixen (better known as Isak Dinesen, the author of Out of Africa), Markham left an enduring memoir that soars with astounding candor and shimmering insights.
A rebel from a young age, the British-born Markham was raised in Kenya’s unforgiving farmlands. She trained as a bush pilot at a time when most Africans had never seen a plane. In 1936, she accepted the ultimate challenge: to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean from east to west, a feat that fellow female aviator Amelia Earhart had completed in reverse just a few years before. Markham’s successes and her failures—and her deep, lifelong love of the “soul of Africa”—are all told here with wrenching honesty and agile wit.
Flight Of The Wren
by Atthys J. GageGet this book for FREE
“The Arcane Order of Carpet Flyers! The Sublime Society of Scudders! Didn’t you read the contract I sent you, Miss Drake?”
Sure, Renny had read it. Obviously it was some kind of joke. And this guy with the flakes of pie crust in his beard, he is obviously some kind of whacko.
But no. Parnell Florian is no whacko — and Maysa, the ancient silk-brocade carpet now rolled up under Renny’s bed, is no joke. It really can fly, and Renny’s life just got a whole lot more interesting. And when she meets the other members of her flock, life gets more interesting still — particularly a boy called Stonechat, who seems to find her pretty interesting as well.
But when a vengeful rug-rider called Mistral kidnaps Parnell and steals the all-important Orb of Descrying, Renny and the ragtag flock of misfits must ride to the rescue — or else face an adversary who can control their very dreams. One by one, all the people Renny has come to care about fall into Mistral’s hands, and she must find courage and ingenuity she never knew she had.
Francona: The Red Sox Years
by Terry FranconaGet this book for ONLY $2.99
From 2004 to 2011, Terry Francona managed the Boston Red Sox, perhaps the most scrutinized team in all of sports. During that time, every home game was a sellout. Every play, call, word, gesture—on the field and off—was analyzed by thousands. And every decision was either genius, or disastrous. In those eight years, the Red Sox were transformed from a cursed franchise to one of the most successful and profitable in baseball history—only to fall back to last place as soon as Francona was gone. Now, in Francona: The Red Sox Years, the decorated manager opens up for the first time about his tenure in Boston, unspooling the narrative of how this world-class organization reached such incredible highs and dipped to equally incredible lows. But through it all, there was always baseball, that beautiful game of which Francona never lost sight.
As no book has ever quite done before, Francona escorts readers into the rarefied world of a twenty-first-century clubhouse, revealing the mercurial dynamic of the national pastime from the inside out. From his unique vantage point, Francona chronicles an epic era, from 2004, his first year as the Sox skipper, when they won their first championship in 86 years, through another win in 2007, to the controversial September collapse just four years later. He recounts the tightrope walk of managing unpredictable personalities such as Pedro Martinez and Manny Ramirez and working with Theo Epstein, the general managing phenom, and his statistics-driven executives. It was a job that meant balancing their voluminous data with the emotions of a 25-man roster. It was a job that also meant trying to meet the expectations of three owners with often wildly differing opinions. Along the way, readers are treated to never-before-told stories about their favorite players, moments, losses, and wins.
Ultimately, when for the Red Sox it became less about winning and more about making money, Francona contends they lost their way. But it was an unforgettable, endlessly entertaining, and instructive time in baseball history, one that is documented and celebrated in Francona, a book that examines like no other the art of managing in today’s game.
by Aubrie NixonGet this book for FREE
Sephera Travelle is a nineteen-year-old assassin with a weakness for braided cinnamon bread and an affinity for murder. After witnessing something dark and strange on a routine mission, she is thrust on a seemingly impossible quest to save her world.
Teaming up with her best friend Zadkiel and three other warriors with flexible morals, she embarks on a dangerous journey to find a woman called “The First.” Sephera soon discovers that there may be more to this mission than simply finding “The First.” History is about to repeat itself as long-extinct creatures once again roam the land, bringing with them a virulent, lethal plague. Nothing—and no one—is what they seem.
Sephera holds the lit match and must choose whether to reunite a broken world or help it burn.
The Loving Cowboy
by Erica RatliffGet this book for FREE
After the biggest tragedy of Charlotte life, she finds herself in an unwinnable situation. She is now on the run from the law and they are closing in quickly. Through fate, Charlotte crosses paths with a handsome man who has his own skeletons. Together, they start on a journey of a lifetime and quickly realize that they are meant for each other. Follow Charlotte as she tries to overcome tragedy and maybe in the process find love.
The Phase Transition
by Ryan OkerlundGet this book for FREE
For millennia humanity has fought against the notion of magic. Superstition and irrational fear have slowly been replaced with reason and logic. Our species entered the twenty-first century with only the slightest trappings of our former, peasant selves. This was our downfall. For science and magic are merely transitory fluctuations our planet has experienced a thousand times in its history. As has happened in the past, so must happen again. As the Phase sweeps over the earth, America is lost in chaos. Electricity and gunpowder become useless, and anarchy rules. From amongst this pandemonium strikes forth one man, an ancient from the dark past, who realizes the plight of humanity and strives to create order in the bedlam of the present. Professor Avedesh gathers those he knows to have the magical strength of the ancients; those whose very genes carry power. Fighting off starvation and shadowy cults that pursue them, the Professor must teach his followers to use their latent powers, not only to save themselves, but civilization.
Alien Romance Box Set
by Ashley L. HuntGet this book for FREE
Alien Battle Box Set
Kataline, a sensitive and lovely woman, will sacrifice herself to the Euthenia Alien Prince, the handsome Kerr She has to marry him, to bring peace on Earth! Kataline, even she is the first genetically engineered woman, she is missing the knowledge of attraction and mating, but someone gave her supernatural powers which will not be activated before she will board on the alien spaceship. Someone has got different plans for Kataline’s future…
Will Kataline and Kerr fall in love? Will Kataline give in and use her powers for the dark goals of her creator? Who is the target?
Alien Uprising Box Set
Some Earth citizens colonize to the Euthenia Planet for a new life.
They wanted to forget their past and make a new start. Caleb, came to the Euthenia Planet to start a new, simple, peaceful life as well, leaving his role as a military specialist far behind him. He wanted to marry his dreamed woman, Emerald. He promises a good and easy going life from now on but…
Some promises are meant to be broken…
Some others have different plans for the young newlyweds. Caleb’s experience with war has him being sought after to lead the uprising against the Dark Alien King Hexultan, Kerr’s father.
Will Caleb actually lead an uprising of the Earthling settlers? Will Emerald be forced to be a part of something she feels it is wrong? Or will the Euthenia king, the prince Kerr and the new Earthling princess Katalina return and annihilated them?
Inside The Dream Palace
by Sherill TippinsGet this book for ONLY $2.99
Since its founding by a utopian-minded French architect in 1884, New York’s Chelsea Hotel has been a hotbed of artistic invention and inspiration. Cultural luminaries from Bob Dylan to Sid Vicious, Thomas Wolfe to Andy Warhol, Dylan Thomas to Dee Dee Ramone — all made the Chelsea the largest and longest-lived artists’ community in the world. Inside the Dream Palace tells the hotel’s story, from its earliest days as a cooperative community, through its pop art, rock-and-roll, and punk periods, to its present transformation under new ownership.
by Nathan Van CoopsGet this book for FREE
Run from the past. Run from the future. Run for your lives.
He’s a novice time traveler in a big universe.
Ben just wants time with the scientist’s daughter who got him into this, but when he’s rooked into competing in a chronothon–an Amazing Race through time–getting the girl means he’ll need to make the finish line. When he finds out this competition is more than just a sprint through history, winning takes a back seat to surviving. To save the people he loves, he’ll have to conquer the real dangers hidden in the shadows of the chronothon.
by James M CorkillGet this book for ONLY $0.99
Set in the present day Pacific Northwest, oil supplies begin to vanish without a trace! Society starts to crumble, and only geologist Alex Cave can save civilization from total collapse.When his wife was murdered during a mission, Alex quit the CIA for a less stressful life as a geology instructor. At least, that was his plan.
While on vacation sailing the waters of the Puget Sound, Alex sees a brilliant flash of light from an oil tanker and changes course to help. He discovers there was no explosion, no one on board, and the oil has vanished without a trace. The mystery of the missing crew grows even more when the bodies are found 100-miles inland in the snow on Mount Baker, but there are no footprints leading in or out of the area.
Crude oil supplies begin to vanish, sending civilization into chaos and pitting human against human.
No one is certain what is going on or who is behind it, until a man in a hospital describes what he witnessed at a pumping station in the Alaska pipeline and things seem to start falling into place. Cave and his friends begin to formulate a plan, but the only question is are they going to be able to solve this mystery and save civilization before it is too late.
by Daniel PowellGet this book for ONLY $0.99
A young man with a terrible secret buried deep in his chest staggers through what remains of the American South. The destruction is total—the landscape scrubbed bare by the fires of the Reset. The sun rarely penetrates the daily ash storms, and the last of the Earth’s plants and animals are slowly dying out.
And yet, there are survivors. Benjamin Stone is one of them, and he’s searching for the only person who can share his pain, another who was biologically altered at birth to become a weapon capable of bringing the world to its knees. Outside of the few supplies that sustain him in his search for a new life, he has nothing.
Nothing but a will to survive and the desire to find someplace safe—someplace better.
by S.K. AnthonyGet this book for FREE
Being strong is one thing. Being an unlimited source of power is quite another.
Genetically altered by the Organization, Annie Fox takes down criminals CIA-style with her luminary strength. With nothing to mend but her broken heart, she is relentlessly pursued by her boss Derek Lake. Just when Annie is about to give him a chance, her ex-husband unexpectedly comes out of hiding.
A wanted man, Nick Logan is a cold-hearted murderer who is considered enemy number one, and orders are clear: kill on contact. He is more powerful than ever and threatens the lives of those she holds most dear. His plan? Get his hands on Annie and use her Kinetic energy to destroy them all. When Annie finds herself with an opportunity to end him, she pauses, horrified by the scars covering the face she once loved. A split second that will cost her everything…
How The Water Falls
by K.P. KollenbornGet this book for FREE
On the fringes of a civil war arise a kaleidoscope of stories of abuse, power, betrayal, sex, love, and absolution, all united by the failings of a dying government. Set in the backdrop during the last years of South Africa’s apartheid, How the Water Falls is a psychological thriller that unfolds the truth and deception of the system’s victims, perpetrators, and unlikely heroes.
The two main characters, one white, Joanne– a reporter, the other black, Lena– a banned activist, have their lives continuously overlap through the people they know during a thirteen-year period and eventually become friends as a result of their interviews together. Joanne personifies the need to question and investigate apartheid’s corruption from a white person’s perspective. Although her intentions begin with idealism, no matter how naïve, as the years pass while the system is failing, she crosses the threshold of what it means to be caught up inside the belly of the beast, especially after crossing paths with the Borghost brothers. Lena, who is inspired by her predecessors, such as Steve Biko and Nelson Mandela, is among the minority of black women to peacefully battle for equality, even if her struggle is indicative of sacrificing her health and safety. Hans Borghost is Johannesburg’s commissioner of police who, like all those before, had a military background before pursuing a law enforcement career. Violent, manipulative, and controlling, he incarnates the image of South Africa’s perpetrators. Jared Borghost is the younger brother of Hans and, like his brother, has a military background, but unlike Hans, he internally combats between his sense of duty and morality. His inconsistency indicates a conscience that leaves one to ponder whether Jared is either a perpetrator, victim, or both.
Dragons At Crumbling Castle
by Terry PratchettGet this book for ONLY $2.99
This never-before-published collection of fourteen funny and inventive tales by acclaimed author Sir Terry Pratchett features a memorable cast of inept wizards, sensible heroes, and unusually adventuresome tortoises. Including more than one hundred black-and-white illustrations, the appealingly designed book celebrates Pratchett’s inimitable wordplay and irreverent approach to the conventions of storytelling.
These accessible and mischievous tales are an ideal introduction for young readers to this beloved author. Established fans of Pratchett’s work will savor the playful presentation of the themes and ideas that inform his best-selling novels.
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