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Faster Than Light: The Fallen Goddess

Faster Than Light #1

by Malcolm Pierce

The first in a series of short stories about the I.S.S. Fenghuang, the last faster-than-light starship in the galaxy, and its crew of rebels determined to reunite humanity. The Heilmann Drive allowed humanity...

The Awakened: Book One

by Jason Tesar

Over five thousand years ago, a renegade faction of angels abandoned the spiritual realm and began their inhabitation of earth. Worshiped as gods for their wisdom and power, they corrupted the realm of the physical...

Super Mario: Welcome to The Mushroom Kingdom

by AR-Cade

This story is the origin of Super Mario, the reason it's entitled: Super Mario, and not SMB (Super Mario Bros.) is because I seriously despise the SMB film; this was made as a result of that hate. I dislike...

Everything Has Changed- A Hunger Games Hayffie Fanfic

by DaCupcakePanda

"But maybe all these years being with the woman has finally made me come to care for her?" Haymitch and Effie have hated each other since the 50th Quarter Quell, their relationship is but a drunk mentor and...

Coranite Chronicles: The Judge

by Egan Yip

The Judges are a secret order. As assassins of justice, they command the elements and wield powers beyond all imagination. They can never be seen, never be touched and never be killed. They seek to destroy evil...

The Outlier #5: Jumpers

by Tom Lichtenberg

Dillon Sharif was the world's greatest data detective, but he had too many cases. He needed to apply the same analytics techniques he used for solving mysteries to manage his own workload issues. He was also...

A Princess of Mars Rethroned

by Edna Rice Burroughs

A Joan Carter of Mars story. When Virginian Captain Joan Carter is strangely transported to the red planet, Mars, she must learn a new way of life, and a new way to love, with Dejar Thoris, Prince of Helium....

What You Never Read In The History Books

by Ray Daley

They say history is written by the winners. When it comes down to it, what do you REALLY know about historical characters other than what is written down? Caution! Contains some swearing.

Threshold, Pandora's Box

by Ashley Boettcher

A sci-fi political distopian series about the creation of the first human clone, meant to be an asset and a miracle. But little do we know, he becomes a nightmare and a plague which brings the apocalypse suddenly...

The Ghosts of Earth

by Paul Dore

The Ghosts of Earth is the first book of the Truthfarer series, which describes the beginnings of a universe - the origins of space and time, and of consciousness itself. These cataclysmic events set in train...

Faster Than Light: Dobhriathar

Faster Than Light #2

by Malcolm Pierce

The second in a series of short stories about the I.S.S. Fenghuang, the last faster-than-light starship in the galaxy. In this volume, Governor Caitlin Adair struggles with her place among the crew while they...

Scent

by onaya3

Why go for something cold and dead when you can have something hot and panting? ‘Scent’ is a delicious tail of a fiery relationship when at first the Last Circulator can't stand the tribe's sarcastic and...

Black Rain

by Ian Sales

The settlement on Titan, one of the moons of Saturn, is only just hanging on. When a teenager goes missing, a search party is organised. What Dr Albarn finds while looking for the missing girl could have profound...

Time Management for Mercenaries

by Dai Alanye

Are you disillusioned with today's world, or is your future bleak? Do you hanker for the simpler times of the past? If that's the case, how do Travel, Adventure and Good Pay sound to you? Merely answer a couple...

Distorted Minds

by Ivett Matáncsi & Patrik Horváth

Our book serves a complex purpose – initiates the reader into the world of trust and intimacy, focusing on that life is more delicate if we learn to live without masks. The first part is a kind of theoretical...

Iron Legacy: Legend of the Alchemists

by Literary Adequate

Welcome! The actual story is much, much longer, but here's a snippet to get you interested. Prequel below, read it manggg CONTAINS SEX. DOWNLOAD NOW? It wasn’t always like this. Her thoughts of the halcyon...

Recognition

by Ray Daley

Recognition is the best form of identification. Knowing is half the battle. Being able to recognise the signs keep yourself and everyone else alive. Know your enemy.

The Man Who Talked to Machines

by Michael Graeme

You have to talk to them, counsel them, mesmerise them into stillness before you set foot anywhere near them. And, though I may not be considered wholly sane, at least I have a reputation for the way I talk...

Arisen, Book One - Fortress Britain (Sample)

by Glynn James & Michael Stephen Fuchs

A world fallen - under a plague of seven billion walking dead A tiny island nation - the last refuge of the living One team - of the world's most elite special operators The dead, these heroes, humanity's last...

Welcome To Freedom

by Ray Daley

If you can find freedom, it's worth almost any sacrifice. Does that include the things that make you Human?