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The Torch by Bastino Mhika

Tanaka Manyika was a Zimbabwean form 4 student in his 2nd term of study, and like every other kid his age, he wanted to pass his end of year exams and move on with his life. However on one particular night his parents and his sister were brutally murdered by two strange men. This was only the beginning to . . .

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Fate’s Fool by Justin L. Dew

Jeremiah Owens has finally run out of time. A deal he made with Fate to save the world is over and payment is due. Now he has one last chance to save to world, or lose his soul. An urban fantasy web serial about redemption, necromancy, and averting the apocalypse. . . .

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Gargoyle by Stevebot-7

The cruelest jokes are the ones we tell ourselves.

Years ago the world ended in fire and chaos as society collapsed upon itself, and overall it has been regarded just another bad day. Gargoyle follows a group brought together by a flimsy and unreliable prophecy to save a world where there are no heroes, just survivors. . . .

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The Chrysalis Falls Vigilant by Bryan Swan

The last uncensored newspaper in the last city on Earth.

The Chrysalis Falls Vigilant is an ongoing collection of serial fiction. Several series intertwine to create a single dystopian city that’s rotting from within as the forces of nature outside batter its walls. Alive in one form or another since 2005, The Vigilant has recently changed blog services and is slowly rebuilding its archives with an aim towards brand new . . .

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Mayan Calendar Girls by Team 2012

An Episode Each Week Until The End Of The World

A four book countdown until the Mayan Calendar’s last date, 20/12/2012. A rambling maze of several connecting stories, all involving some attractive young women and wild-assed guys. And all, without knowing it, in pursuit of the mystery of the End Of Time. The lovely young Mayanologist, the rapacious lesbian industrial spy, the ReElect Obama manipulators, the dolphin groupie, . . .

A complete novel.
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Godpunk by Billy Higgins

A Tale of Swords, Sorcery, and the No-Good Journalist Who Saw It All

From George Royce, the journalist who covered the godkillings, comes this revelatory look at the end of the world. Godpunk covers the shootings at Jewell’s Damned, his meeting with the Death Cult in the ruins of the Metal Dragon Bones, and the friendship he forms with the Angel of Death. . . .

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A Devil in Gods Country by J.T. Peterson

The story centers on six strangers in the bible-belt trying to survive a virus outbreak. A virus that starts out with flu-like symptoms that, if you’re lucky, kills you, and if you’re not, reduces you to man’s most basest nature. Zero reasoning skills and zero humanity, the only thing that remains is the will to exist—and the desire to destroy . . .

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The Second Gate by Thomas Knapp

Rumil Bonamede considered herself one of the finest hackers in the galaxy, searching for information on a mass genocide of her birthworld more than twenty staryears ago. Left with barely any memories of her childhood before the day that would be known as the Baramak Slaughter, she takes on increasingly risky endeavors into Solarian and Kiros influence and information centers, . . .

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Oasis by Bryce Beattie

Terrorists have unleashed a devastating and bizarre virus in a small desert town. Something has knocked out the power grid. The government has quarantined the city, but is not sending aid, and nobody can understand why. Oasis is the story of one man’s struggle against the chaos that blankets the city. . . .

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The Day the Sun Stopped Shining by Matthew Wood

The only thing we need fear - is fear itself.

In just one morning the neatly organised world of Cory Wilson falls apart. The sun has been extinguished, plunging the Earth into total darkness. Terror reigns. Unable to think of anything else to do, Wilson places his faith in Billionaire Barry Castle’s radio announcement of a Doomsday Dome being constructed in rural Montana – a sanctuary where all who can . . .

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Fine Structure by Sam Hughes

Every year, a random person on Earth is struck by lightning and gains superpowers. Each new superhuman is twice as powerful as the previous one. This has been going on for ten years. . . .

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Tortured by V. J. Chambers

book three of the Jason and Azazel trilogy

Since she arrived in Italy, Azazel hasn’t been able to stop having nightmares. Sometimes her boyfriend Jason is covered in blood, grinning at her like a demon. Sometimes there is a gun in her hand, and she’s shooting the people she loves the most. The only way to stop the dreams is to drown them in liquor. Azazel can . . .

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SAM AT THE END OF THE WORLD

The Kind of Hero You Want to Read About (But Not Live With)

By Jim Zoetewey, editor, author of The Legion of Nothing

Dec 6, 2008: I should probably start with some kind of disclaimer here. The author of this work asked me to read it before submitting it to Web Fiction Guide because he wanted to know if it was ready.

I thought it was then and still do.

According to the author’s preface before the beginning, the story is zombie inspired. I skipped the preface and didn’t notice that until I came back and read the [more . . .]

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MAYAN CALENDAR GIRLS

Apocalypse Cheesecake?

By Cammy May, member

Oct 4, 2009: I suppose I should be ranting about how sexist this whole thing is. I mean, the video alone . . .  Reducing the End Of The World to cheesecake and frat snickers? Awful.

Trouble is, I find myself getting a big kick out of this. It helps they led off with Aphra, the industrial spy described as "Indiana Jones meets Cleopatra Jones" at one point. She goes beyond sassy and it’s a scream that she’s working for a redneck Republican while her competition in [more . . .]

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