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Stasis by samberk

For the greater good of serenity

Peyton Williamson has always felt like he hasn’t belonged. In the idyllic City, everyone seems to know exactly what they’re doing and exactly who they like—except for him, of course. Being shipped to the Academy, the school all adolescents must attend to become full members of society, barely helps at all. If anything, the realization that the world he’s spent . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Magikind by George Bakerson

Magic Doesn't Exist. It Never Did.

The third millennia, a time of change and evolution. An era, where people, through countless generations, have evolved strange powers and abilities. Through several centuries of selective breeding, these beings, known as mages, have become part of the very foundations of society. However, some refused to change or adapt. They believed in purity and refused to interbreed with magikind. . . .

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The Mechanism Transcript by C. H. Weldwitch

a dystopian sci-fi series

The world is dying, and the gods are fighting the godless over its destiny. Woman or man, king or queen, warrior and slave alike; they will all play their part at the end of the world—until the light takes them . . .  . . .

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Blood Sprawl by Omega 5

The year is 2084. In the aftermath of the War the world has changed. Humans are tagged and tracked like cattle. The megacorporations control everything. Any vice a person wants to indulge in can be had for a price. People enhance themselves with technology, cybernetics and neural implants, sometimes to the extreme. Danger lurks around every corner and you never . . .

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Adventures in Viktorium by Peter von Harten

It's a whole other world!

In the year 1900, a French scientist by the name of Charles DuPont accidentally discovered an uninhabited parallel frequency of reality while running an electrical experiment. By 1906, he had perfected a machine for travel between the two worlds and by 1907, a beacon was constructed to reroute the souls of the dead to the new reality, effectively creating immortality. . . .

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Economies of Scale by Grey

In an underfunded, understaffed, and increasingly cybernetically enhanced police department, Detective Inspector Jacqueline Hobbes feels like the last person in Califresco who gives a damn about justice. When she’s ordered to report a broken strike as a gang shootout and let corporate security get away with the massacre, she decides to pull threads she wasn’t meant to, and what . . .

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The Worlds We Live In by Ezra

New World, New Life

After “Master,” the most powerful superhuman in the world opened a portal to all of the other worlds, a new way of life is created. Magic, new technology, and disease are all introduced to new worlds. This web serial tells the story of men and women in different worlds whose lives have been changed by the opening of the portal. . . .

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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 . . .

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Encircle the Sun by a_chiba

Encircle the Sun, currently being serialized online, is the first novel in The Diasminian Chronicles. It follows Harata, the lone Clanless Diasminian, and his nine Champions as they attempt to rescue their world from imminent implosion. However, not all of the heroes of this tale are certain that their world needs- or even deserves- saving. Set in the country of . . .

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Terminal by Ben Hron

A zombie web novel. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day.

It’s about Zombies. Groaning, moaning, maddened flesh eating abominations driven by their insensate desire to feed. Zombies, a metaphor for a struggle we face every day. A metaphor for our hopeless battle against the savage throng of the human tide . . . an ocean of grasping hands, tearing, ripping, desecrating what you have, who you are. We struggle to keep our heads . . .

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Spoils of War by Elenia Turner

When Andromeda was twelve, her town was attacked.
 When Andromeda was thirteen, she started to build her army.
 When Andromeda was fourteen, she got control of her town. Now, a decade later, her town is under attack once again, and this time she will defend it. . . .

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MAN OF LAST MILLENNIUM

SF of the Last Century

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Jun 29, 2015: I’m not sure if the appropriate comparison to Man of the Last Millennium is to be found in Isaac Asimov’s oeuvre, or Ray Bradbury’s. Either way, the point is clear: this serial has a real vintage feel, one that evokes mid-twentieth century science fiction.

There are a lot of reasons for this, but one of the biggest is its plot. Two dirty scavenger kids from the future find a man from the previous millennium (which is roughly our present). He doesn’t [more . . .]

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