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Unusual Circumstance by Timothy Dumont Jr.

Follows the adventures of a small group dedicated to exploring supernatural mysteries. During the course of the adventure new characters are introduced and pasts revealed. The POV of the posts are stated in the title and switch between several of the characters. It starts out as a journal but changes into a normal story as it progresses. The author uses . . .

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From the Journals of Bent Magnus by Milledge / Garduño

These are the journal entries of world traveler Bent Magnus.

A full understanding of Bent Magnus begins with his mind. Imagine if you poured the intellectual horsepower of Einstein, Edison, and Ben Franklin all into one man. Now imagine that the man wasn’t a total pansy, like those other guys, and you have Bent Magnus. Beginning with his birth at the “Fight of the Century” in 1910, Bent Magnus . . .

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The Realms of Magic by Robert Black

Many centuries ago, a cataclysm destroyed the line of succession in the land of Giedor. The five provinces of Giedor (Mercica, Mynoria, Sorinar, Dak’rai, and Haldria), all made claims to the vacant throne, sparking a vicious civil war as the states clashed. Now, with numerous regimes, kings, treaties, and promises broken across the so called Killing Fields, the Five States . . .

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Love Spells: More of the Story by Linda Casebeer

Interactive Serial Fiction

Angelique emerged from foster care to discover that the fast-moving world of lust on the Internet is more than she bargained for in Love Spells, the tale of a teenage mother. . . .

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Identity by GP Chaldecott

When our past is lost, can we also lose our identity?

After waking up in a scene ripped from the pages of a horror novel, previously mild mannered, Christian Howard is reborn a very different man. Left without the memories of his past, and an inability to distinguish faces, he is torn from the very things that made him human. He finds himself fixating on the bloody scene he woke to, . . .

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Terra Defence: The Foxtrot 238 Dispatches by Martin Paredes

The year is 2114 and Lt. Mario Kelly is 4.3 light years away from home, the farthest any human has ever travelled. In fact, Mario is the first human being to have left Earth’s solar system. Fifteen years earlier, Earth had launched its first space probe using the Alcubierre faster-than-light engine to explore Earth’s neighboring solar system. Upon reaching the . . .

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The Unexpected by Jiovaan Chetty

Kevin wakes up in his apartment one morning to find a dead woman beside him in bed. His memories of the night before are a blur and he doesn’t know who she is or how she got there. The few clues he has to go on are the dog he finds asleep in his tub, and the valuable gold figure . . .

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Ruin by TheLunarFox

Ruin is a series of interconnected stories that each stand on their own but when read together form a web of stories and moments where the lives of the people are as important as the world they live in. . . .

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The Investigators by Aman Mathur

The Investigators follows the adventures of a private investigation firm based in India. A variety of cases ranging from serial killings to leakage of funds from multi-national companies are tackled by The Investigators. Readers also get a chance to win free e-books, games and more by solving the mystery before the protagonist Dharmesh Singh does. Clues and hints are dropped . . .

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JUMPING RINGS

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Apr 24, 2016: One of the things I liked about Jumping Rings is that you’re jumping into the deep end right away with the story. As readers, we follow the parallel stories of Taslin, a young woman who chooses to become a gladiator, and Valran, a young man who chooses to become a slave, both in order to climb in their position in society into the inner rings of their civilization, which ensures safety against everything that’s being walled out.

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CURVEBALL

Wow, this is freaking awesome!

By alex5927, author of Umbra: Unsanctimonious

Jul 26, 2014: This review is based off of the first twelve issues. I’ll admit, when I started Curveball, expectations were a bit low. I never was one for books whose titles could be construed as comedic even though they aren’t supposed to be (I’m kinda superficial). However, I was pleasantly surprised by how good it is. It reminded me of Watchmen a little bit, but not enough for me to call it a Hunger Games/Battle Royale situation. Talking about the plot without giving any spoilers is going to be difficult, so I’ll [more . . .]

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