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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 . . .

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Too Many Humans by Jacob Rayne

Too Many Humans is a dystopian horror web serial which updates every Tuesday. It takes place in the near future where the results of over-population give rise to questions with brutal and disturbing answers. . . .

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Freedom Beer by Greg X. Graves

The acclaimed Rockjaw Brewery has been in the Rockjaw family for generations and has never put out a bad batch. The heir to the brewery, Hank Rockjaw, brings as much pride to the family business as any of his ancestors, when he’s not punching fascists and evil-doers. After socking the owner of a sweatshop in the mouth, Hank is . . .

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Church by CL Stegall

It doesn't matter how many times you get knocked down. Only that you always...always get back up.

Army Sergeant David Stone is in the midst of a Court Martial. A death at his hands has led the court to request a psychological evaluation. Dr. Emily Laughton is a renowned military psychologist and she is assigned to Stone’s case. She has but one goal: get to the truth. Is Sgt. Stone a dangerous man? Is he a . . .

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The Unbroken Chaos by Alex Davidson

Two assassin teenagers discover that their first hit is a miss, and they attempt to kill her again, which sets off a chain of events that sends them on several adventures. . . .

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The Forest by Justin Groot

On an Earth with titanic forests instead of oceans, highly-trained rangers brave the depths to bring back footage of treacherous landscapes and ferocious beasts. It’s a dangerous job, but it has its moments: when a trio of ranger recruits stumble across a strange artifact, they begin to unravel a mystery with planet-spanning ramifications. The only problem is, if they’re going . . .

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Dead Heroes by Wilf Morgan

The only thing worse than a villain with a a hero without one

Scott Williams is a young man who likes to play video games, watch TV and burgle houses. Issues of law and order, social conscience and the nature of freedom aren’t things he spends much time worrying about. But the ages-old battle between Robin Hood and the Sheriff of Nottingham comes tumbling out of history and lands on modern-day Nottingham . . .

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Not Buying It

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Apr 28, 2013: While reading The Unbroken Chaos, I could see that this author has a good imagination and probably watches a lot of anime, two things I can most definitely connect with. There are a number of interesting ideas in the story, and the plot has a lot of action to it. However, I couldn’t really get into the story myself, due to the fact that I found it unbelievable enough that I just couldn’t relate to it.

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Welcome To The Academy

By Hejin57, author of Music Masters

Dec 19, 2018: Often times, I find myself hard-pressed to get into dystopian stories, especially if they don’t carry with them some unique premise or way of showing things. So it’s always a pleasure to find something that breaks my preconceptions, even in the simplest way possible.

The following story, simply named Stasis, revolves around a dystopian future of sorts, where humanity has been brought to brink and their population has diminished because of it. To survive this bleak future, people lead incredibly structured [more . . .]

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