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Cages by E_Foster

Cages is a fiction blog dedicated to exploring the complex issue of captivity by examining what would happen if humans were the ones forced to perform in arenas and live in tiny enclosures, separated from family and home. . . .

A complete novel.
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The Shadow of the Sun by Sarah Kelly

Emily enters her senior year of high school expecting to keep her head down long enough to graduate and move away. In a country where being different can result in institutionalization or death, Emily believes she has no choice but to keep her orientation a secret. Emily learns to accept herself right before learning something else: the world is . . .

A serialized novel, updating sporadically.
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In the Company of Shadows by Sonny & Ais

In the Company of Shadows is a series about two people who are thrown together as partners in a secret agency; their mission is to disband rebels who have propagated in a post-war future, but they have to deal with everything that comes with an unlikely partnership as well. Miscommunication, periods of distance, fleeting smiles and learning to trust . . .

A serialized novel, updating infrequently.
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Babylon Road by Noah Brown

...the start of a strange and wonderful journey

YOU ARE HERE . . . The story opens with these three words suspended in a sea of blackness above Karen St. John as she wakes to a place of unknown origin. In her everyday life, Karen is a parole officer, spouse, friend and closet drug addict. Up until this point she’s been grappling with her inner demons but nothing can prepare her for . . .

A serialized novel.
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Strange Little Band by Nancy Brauer and Vanessa Brooks

Two psychics, one mega-corp and all-around bad behavior

Strange Little Band is the ongoing story of Addison and Shane, two self-centered, amoral psychics who work for the cut-throat Triptych Corporation. Their insular, comfortable lives are disrupted when, due to Triptych’s machinations, they become unlikely parents. How can they raise a child when they can’t trust each other? . . .

A complete novel.
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Dominion by JL Bryan

In a near-future, totalitarian America, a TV “news” reporter begins to uncover how the regime uses propaganda and psychological operations to control the minds of the public. Note: Only the first five chapters are available on the website. The complete novel is available as a PDF. . . .

A complete pdf novel.
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Man of Last Millennium by Life Sharpener

A science fantasy web serial fiction about a man who wakes from a cryogenic sleep, to a far and vastly unfamiliar future with no memory of who he was or why he was frozen. He struggles to familiarize himself in a new world, but almost nothing is the same. All he knows, is that he is different than everyone else . . .

A serialized novel, with no recent updates.
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Sybernika by Patrick Whittaker

Rhiannon was dead but it didn’t last. Her husband has downloaded her mind into a computer-generated world where he is Lord and Master and she has no rights. For him, it’s Heaven. For her, it’s Hell. Danny Jasinski is a freelance computing genius on a mission to hack the unhackable, while battling bizarre hallucinations and paranoid conspiracy theories. . . .

A complete novel.
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Consider What Becomes of the Ashes by Pixelnyx

A steampunk fantasy of morality, disillusionment and unlikely companionship.

Fleeing his war-ravaged homeland, young Noah arrives in Imperial LaGatta, the city of his boyhood dreams. Vowing never again to fight, Noah earns his wage as a sex worker, but does not know what he wants. For years his life is sordid and downbeat, his aimless longings repressed by his experiences and the rigidly tiered LaGattan class system. Noah . . .

A complete novel.
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The Unbroken Chaos by Alex Davidson

Two assassin teenagers discover that their first hit is a miss, and they attempt to kill her again, which sets off a chain of events that sends them on several adventures. . . .

A complete novel.
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THE UNBROKEN CHAOS

Not Buying It

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Apr 28, 2013: While reading The Unbroken Chaos, I could see that this author has a good imagination and probably watches a lot of anime, two things I can most definitely connect with. There are a number of interesting ideas in the story, and the plot has a lot of action to it. However, I couldn’t really get into the story myself, due to the fact that I found it unbelievable enough that I just couldn’t relate to it.

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THE SHADOW OF THE SUN

1984 for Young Adults

By lovelyladyjane, author of The Human Element

Mar 24, 2015: Emily’s telling of her story is possibly one of the most compelling things I’ve ever read. The scene’s set with a flashback prologue that, while a little clunky in its storytelling, does a great job of piquing the reader’s interest. I felt drawn in from the beginning.

The story starts off a little slow; but I think that actually works for it. I got to know the characters within the first few chapters, which made the issues they deal with all [more . . .]

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