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Hollow World by Jonathan Martin

A Post-Apocalyptic Tale of Fire, Hope, and Miles of Open Road

The world as they know it has ended. Anything running on gasoline has either blown up or will—very soon. Peter and his ragtag group are traveling toward Boulder City while Graham and his band of Ancients head to White Sands. Insert the Pennyman, a quasi-mythical character, and mix well. A war is coming . . .  . . .

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Demons and Deadlines by Rebekah Webb

Journalism can be Hell - Literally

Demons and Deadlines is a horrific journey through Hell for the story of a lifetime. It goes beyond spine tingling and beyond gore to bring you a tale of what still lurks in the back of your dreams. . . .

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The Witches of Greenwitch by Katharina Gerlach

A mysterious stone magics book-rat Melissa to the world of Greenwitch where she meets fairy tale creatures that are not at all what she expected. Desperately, she looks for a way home and tries to ignore her past which pops up at the most inappropriate moments. At the same time, dangerous pursuers are at her heels getting closer by the . . .

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Oktober by Vak Beacon

Oktober is a labyrinthine, psychological road novel that blurs the line betweens reality and fantasy. Each chapter is divided into four sections, each of the sections is a journal entry written by one of the main characters. Thus, each chapter is told four times over, from each character’s point of view. The characters openly invite the readers into their minds, . . .

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The Impossible Man by H-M Brown

Do the impossible. Expect the illogical.

WARNING!! The following story is insane. Your logic and common sense must be checked at the door before entering. Meet Michael Garcia, also known as The Impossible Man. Owner of The Impossible Man’s Anime and Manga Shop in Denfair City, New Jersey. Ever since his store rose to fame and his name became legend, there have been nothing . . .

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Dark Roads by Lazlo Azavaar

Two runaways, their psycho dad, and an unseen enemy.

No longer able to withstand his abuse any longer, Callie Longstreet, in a fit of anger, takes a frying pan to the back of her father’s head and knocks him out cold. Now, she and her older brother Michael must ride the dark roads, pursued by nightmares, their psychotic father, and an unseen enemy who watches their every move. . . .

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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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The Keepers of Forever by James C. Dunavant

A blend of hard science fiction, classical space opera, and erotica.

A space opera set in the not-too-distant future. Humans are planning on colonizing other planets but other races that have been hidden on Earth also have plans for the ships. . . .

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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 Hidden Kitchen by Michael J Lee

Food is magic, chefs are magicians, a young boy is in trouble

Twelve-year-old Joshua Sage has struggling to survive on the streets of Destinapolis along with his friends. But after helping a dying man, Joshua suddenly has the knowledge of a master chef. Enough knowledge to find food in the unlikeliest of spots. But that knowledge comes with a price. The dying man had enemies and now those enemies are after . . .

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Trembling by V. J. Chambers

book two of the Jason and Azazel Trilogy

In the sequel to Breathless, Lilith’s back, and she’s got her eye on Jason. Jason doesn’t think Azazel’s new best friend Jude is really gay. Someone put a bell, engraved with a picture of the sun rising over water, in Azazel’s purse. Azazel’s worried, but Jason thinks she’s paranoid. Jason and Azazel might be at the . . .

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Summer Crash (Zerralon 1.1) by J.A. Marlow

Summer comes to a crashing end…

Summer comes to a crashing end . . .  Ten-year-old Kevin Taggert prefers to stay home with his video games, but his parents insist he join a summer sports program. Exactly on the day the Vordac raid Earth. With his little sister depending on him for protection, Kevin must find the strength and wisdom to keep them both safe. Before they . . .

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