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Sol by Christopher Hazlett

It took 20,000 years to build civilization on Earth and only 45 minutes to tear it down.

The Hensie and Ensari have been fighting for centuries, but which one is here to save us and which one to enslave us. Rick would’ve stayed with his family, but he wasn’t given the choice. He was plucked from Earth by the Ensari as his wife and daughter were whisked away by the Hensie. Now he fights across the galaxy . . .

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Kings & Queens by Blaine Sabin

Kings & Queens is set in the militaristic nation of Solis. Here, citizens are born with Scars – marks of the past that grant their Vessels with abilities. Some Scars give unimaginable power. Others are nothing more than deadly curses. And for six-hundred years, the nation has lived like this under the protection of the Queen-Divines. But when the last . . .

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Brother’s Keeper by Amen Alonge

For the hitman, home is where terror waits

A young but retiring international hitman returns home after a decade to lie low after a botched hit, but soon finds that the only family he has left, his younger brother, needs him to be the man he dearly wants to leave behind – the masterful ruthless killer. . . .

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Tales from a Horrible Universe by talesfromahorribleuniverse

A collection of short stories set in the same universe. . . .

A collection of stories.
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The Ascension Chronicle by Outspan Foster

A boy dies and is reborn in a virtual reality game. He must search his way to Elysium. A girl finds comfort in the night. She must learn the ways of the teeth and claw. A brother is lost in his world and finds escape in another. He must uncover the truth hidden from his family. These are their stories. . . .

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A Bad Idea by Billy Higgins Peery

Anne’s got a problem — there’s a corpse in her bedroom. Dealing with both a criminal record and a chip on her shoulder, she’s doing her best to stay out of jail. Sure, she’s making dangerous weaponry, hanging out with criminals, buying drugs, crashing weddings . . .  I forgot where I was going with this. . . .

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The Asymptote’s Tail by Bryan Perkins

Hundreds of years in the future, when 3D printers provide every luxury we could desire, from food to clothing, entertainment, and beyond, when androids perform what little labor is left necessary in the resulting boon, and when we have no more need for cars, taking electric elevators wherever we want to go, whether it be upstairs, across the country, or . . .

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Danbr & Burke by Edward Edwards

What does it mean when you get a cut you don’t remember getting? This is the story of Danbr, a painfully ordinary man who saves a strange creature named Burke from imminent death. As thanks, Burke gives Danbr a surreal new perspective on the world and gets him into all manner of zany supernatural biweekly shenanigans. . . .

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Levy by K. Adam Kunst

Alice Levy is an orphan who has seen some things that make living a regular life impossible. Hired by the mysterious Esther Lucas to come to Boston and serve as her bodyguard, Alice hardly has time to get settled in before being faced with a new threat. Someone is murdering people, draining them of blood, and removing their organs. Alice . . .

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In Plain Sight by Michael Diaz

How can you know that the person standing right next to you isn't a wanted hiding criminal in plain sight?

Presented in mini installments every Wednesday and Friday, In Plain Sight is about a guy who commits a crime and must change his identity entirely in order to not get caught. This suspenseful and intense story will give you something to think about and look forward to as you follow the life of Ian Avery after the incident. . . .

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Dark Lord Saga by RPGlitchy

adventure, fantasy

A vast land of turmoil and grace. A land large enough to be called its own world. The Endless Continent encompassed all of the known human race. A population of nearly 15 billion people. Here where large beasts roam. Adventurers strive to conquer the 138 Dungeon Worlds, and be known throughout the lands as a Hero. Grey dreams of being . . .

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Entropis: Reality Unravels by Laurie Blake

Death isn’t always the end. For Silver, it’s the beginning of a strange and terrifying discovery, and an inescapable duty. Somehow she must stop the world collapsing in on itself, face the warped and twisted forms of Schisms – pockets of unbalanced reality, and learn all she can from her ruthless savior Kia as she struggles to survive. Entropis: . . .

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DAWNWALKER

At first glance, it’s solid, new-friends fiction

By Chris Poirier, editor

Oct 6, 2008: Note: I’m reviewing Dawnwalker now, after only 5 chapters, as we have a bit of a backlog of reviews, presently. I will rewrite this review later, once I’ve had time to finish the whole novel. Something I will definitely be doing.

Dawnwalker is a nice, pleasant, modern fiction read. The story follows Randy, Crystal, and Myleigh, three university students at Northern Michigan University in 1995. Crystal and Myleigh are roommates, while Randy is taking some kayaking lessons from Crytal, an uber-jock [more . . .]

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BROKEN WORLD

Compelling and Interesting.

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Mar 14, 2017: This is definitely one of the best set up functional dystopian futures I’ve ever read, and it’s obvious you’ve put a lot of thought into building the world and have done a lot of thinking as to how everything would work.

Your cast of characters are interesting and you’ve focused on a strong group each with a very distinct personality, and I’m very interested to see where their stories will eventually intersect.

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