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The Bitter Drop by Evelyn Isherwood

Long will winter keep the light of summer from the sky.

The star Ain sits at the centre of the universe. Orbiting it is the hollow world Mir, which conceals within herself an old god. The celestial abyss around Mir is full of spirits – the young shoggot, who freed themselves from slavery mere millenia ago. Their former masters, the fungal stareczi, still lurk in space, in the darkness between stars. . . .

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The Named by fallintolife

The Named is a superhero webnovel primarily following Aiyana, a college student who gets sucked into a world where names are everything and reality is nothing like what she was told growing up. . . .

An abandoned novel.

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Thomas Bleakly: PI by Robert Gryfft

Thomas Bleakly, Private Investigator is batflip insane. Sometimes it works for him, sometimes . . . not so much. One day a beautiful woman hires him to find her father. The catch? She’s a robot. Told from three perspectives, none of them necessarily trustworthy. Watch out for for nonsensical subplots, insane characters, and conspiracies that span whole realities. . . .

An abandoned novel.
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Reverie Flight by Shaeor

Let me tell you a story about you.

The dead are waking. They are taking to clouded flight, westward as the wind carries. They cannot stay, they cannot relent. The sky is an ocean, the mountains a pit, the dark is a light. The waters provide and the king is dead, the sun so long hidden by the moon. Hear the music of the spheres and fly. Now, . . .

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Mavericks by Joker

Mavericks begins with the story of Jessica Napier, whose mother is the last active former superhero in Blackburn. Jessica is a petty criminal who fled her mother’s mercenary corporation, angry but aimless. She soon finds herself caught between the machinations of her mother and the fires of the criminal underworld, forced to lead the rebuilt Mavericks and stop the . . .

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Hi-Five by P William Ross

Desmond and Jason, twin super-powered teens, have to grow up fast to defend Earth. They’re joined by three other kids of the fabled Guardians Society to combat global villainy. The rules of heroism change as the torch is passed down a generation. . . .

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An Agent of K.Oss by Mark Bryan

Nick’s sister has been murdered, he’s failing in his studies and now the girl he thought the love of his life has dumped him. He’s about to discover just how much worse it can get. In a world run by dark forces, Nick’s only hope is someone far worse. A story of gods older than the universe and impossible . . .

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Nano by Kyler

sci-fi, futuristic, nanobots, superheroes, superpowers

They say evolution is no longer possible. That the human race has stagnated. Physicality no longer plays a role in modern survival of the fittest, so what’s left to change? Makrotech has developed a revolutionary type of nanotechnology, designed to usher in a new age of humanity. To force the evolution. 18 year old Rhea and . . .

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Autonomy by Wijbren van Tuinen

In the year 3000 humans are colonising the galaxy. They are taking the vast frontier of space and are segmenting it, culturing it and constricting it. Autonomy Jones, mercenary and bounty hunter, refuses to accept this. Together with Tommy, her robotic partner, she drifts through space from planet to planet and station to station, accepting any job that will keep . . .

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Rubicon by e.m. deyoung

When a small group of Humans flees the Kronos Confederacy, and Human controlled space, they end up on the other side of the galaxy, and into a civil war of their own. As the Human Diaspora strives to find it’s place among new races and new politics, it becomes clear that their place in the galaxy is far from assured. . . .

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Boy Scouts ½ by Matthew Atanian

The misadventures of a group of Boy Scouts who had the misfortune to visit the training ground of cursed springs, Jusenkyo!

Inspired by Takahashi Rumiko’s Ranma ½, Boy Scouts ½ follows of a group of Boy Scouts from Massachusetts who suffer from similar curses that change their forms when they get wet. They try to hide their curses from their fellows while going on various misadventures including avoiding swim tests at summer camp, meeting some interesting Girl Scouts, dealing with shadowy . . .

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Mind the Thorns by Rob Osterman

The tale of Regan Fairchild: accountant, bachelorette, and vampire.

Regan knew her day was going down hill when she said “I Don’t” while all her friends and family expected to hear “I Do”, passed a middle when she found herself attacked and killed outside her favorite pub, and hit rock bottom when she awoke in a coffin still in her wedding dress. Follow her exploits in the weekly web . . .

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