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The Last Science by Etzoli

No one ever knows the whole story

“How did you do that?” “Short answer? Magic is real.” Nestled deep in the forests of the Pacific Northwest, something is emerging. Kept in absolute secrecy, it seeps into a fading town, quietly shared from person to person. For Alden Bensen, a directionless high school graduate, this discovery could mean an escape from his empty existence. To Rachel . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Dungeon Engineer by Hoophy97

Engineer reborn as a dungeon core in a fantasy world.

Ike was a hobbyist clockmaker and former aerospace engineer enjoying his retirement on a habitat station orbiting Saturn. Unfortunately, his hard-earned peace was disturbed by a rapid decompression event and his resulting death. Contrary to his expectations, Ike found himself reincarnated as a handicapped supposedly-man-eating dungeon core in a fantastic realm of wonder, magic, dragons, and wizards! Faced with . . .

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Mysterious Ways: A Divine Comedy by Daniel Piros

A Wiccan angel, a Microsoft-hating supercomputer, open source magic, an adorable werecat nap-god*, and other crazy ideas lie within this story about mortal gods and computer scientists. A humorous excursion into the dark, abysmal unknown of the universe, society, religion, and human nature . . . with KITTENS!!* *Kittens coming soon. Actual adorableness may vary based on how much you love kitties. . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Just Your Normal Tournament by Deadly Artist

You wanna know what happens when the most absurd, most op and the most different kinds of strengths, abilities,  powers, weapons, people and monsters fight against each other? Then read this. In this story you will accompany a young and dedicated underground-wrestling champion on his road towards becoming a Ruler of Space. His team will help him get a . . .

A serialized novel, updating almost daily.
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Silver God by Deadly Artist

Fantasy

When a little boy, afraid of any kind of dangers, meets a bear, he runs for his life and gets lost in the forest. After passing out because of running too much, three mysterious people appear in his head and propose to teach him, should he be able to find determination. Those three have achieved greatness and have been reincarnated . . .

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Player 47 by Polaris Archon

In an unfamiliar world full of monsters, demons, deities and secrets buried for the better, a game is being played. 160 “Players,” each one a soul of someone who died on Earth, will kill each other for a second chance at life. They all deserve to win. They all deserve to live again. But only one will win and . . .

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Deicidium by Patrick R. Backman

If a God exists, it can die

Deicidium is the story of a world different from our own, on the cusp of the modern era and intertwined in its first Great War. However, for the people of this world, Gods exist and they aren’t benevolent. Blood Knights are humanity’s only defense and have operated outside the public eye for hundreds of years. The truth behind . . .

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Star Exile: Singularity by Drew Cordell

The next generation of warfare was designed to be bloodless—at least that was the idea. When a 500-year old peace treaty from a war people to refuse to forget expires, the major political empires of the galaxy agree on a new way to settle the dispute for good: Eternity Online, a new and unknown all-digital game universe designed to give . . .

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What Side Didn’t Know by ThePlaneskeeper

Reincarnated by a “goddess,” and waking in up a cult of tree worshiping hippies, Tristain must figure out how to make by in this new world learning to use strange magic-like Runes. While getting kicked out of the cult was not his first choice of an adventure, at least he’s not alone. Follow Tristian and his party as they explore . . .

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The Root of all Fear by Burt Abreu

War is coming as ruthless men play the games of power. An evil long forgotten is freed in fabled Alcheron, and tales used to frighten children become all too real. Now the meek and the forgotten, the misfit and the broken must rise to stand in the breach – or the world is lost. . . .

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Division by Zero by Solange Salgado

To thwart the impossible

Division by Zero is a science fantasy web novel influenced by shōnen and shōjo manga. It follows the life of Kohana Outtaike, a 15-year-old girl whose dreams of journeying the cosmos become a reality when she is contacted by an alien from another universe named Hiroyuki D’Accardi, who describes himself as her ‘Advisor.’ After being told she is Hiroyuki’s general, Kohana . . .

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Super & Real by Alejandro A. Gonzalez

Our world suddenly changes when the sky lights up one evening. Suddenly, millions of people around the world get superpowers. Caught up in the midst of this, is Manny, a down-on-his-luck loser who gains the power to turn into one of his favorite superheroes from fiction. It’s just that, she comes with problems he’s never faced before. . . .

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A 'VERSE FULL OF SCUM

Not seeing it

By Sonja Nitschke, editor

Aug 14, 2008: I read all six volumes that are currently posted.

The writing is good: sharp, clear, and concise. I’m having a bit of trouble relating to the narrator, though, and I’m not sure why.

I just don’t really care about him. I don’t care if he succeeds in capturing his bounty or if he fails. It’s written in first person so I find this a little surprising, and I’m having trouble putting my [more . . .]

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MYSTERIOUS WAYS: A DIVINE COMEDY

Not Your Momma’s Angels

By Billy Higgins Peery, author of A Bad Idea

Sep 9, 2013: In the ninth chapter, our angel protagonist says to his teacher, "STOP IT, YOU CRAZY B****!!" The teacher responds, "GET BACK HERE YOU LITTLE PIECE OF SH**!!"

Suffice it to say, I love this serial. It’s only ten chapters in (the chapters are only 1,000 words-ish, maybe less), but already it’s made me laugh a number of times.

The protagonist—Alex—is a pretty rebellious angel, who somehow manages to not get kicked out [more . . .]

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