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    Gemini of the Sleeping Gods – Hyperphant

    An exotic breed of lightning-paced science-fiction that hasn’t been seen since the early twentieth century “World was rich and interesting and I could visualize pretty much every setting and character no matter how outlandish things got. The author accomplished that without telling me exactly what to see.” The first of a multi-book series spanning eons […] More

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    The Falling Star – Scott J. Young

    The universe is a dangerous place. When you’re out in the black wilds of space you might encounter warring pirate factions, rogue planets, or even find yourself on the wrong side of the Royal Union, the ruling government of the Triumph galaxy. Unfortunately for Halstaan Cross, it’s all three. Halstaan is the chief engineer of […] More

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    KAT9B – Howard C. Steakly III

    Flight 808 crashed without a single loss of life. A year later, everyone from that plane is dead. All except for the girl the media dubbed KAT9B. Now, she and the man who saved her from that fateful crash are on the run, racing from otherworldly enemies hellbent on their destruction because of the secrets […] More

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    The Spaceport Gambit – M. Scott Davids

    Fast paced thrill ride with believable characters and an interesting plot. Don’t miss this book, it’s well worth your while! – Kindle Customer How much does a spaceport cost? Rejecting the corporate world, Gwendolyn Shepherd Davis strikes out on her own to prove to the galaxy that an abandoned spaceport is a valuable asset. Space […] More

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    Downward Cycle (Catalyst Book 1) – JK Franks

    If the world fell now, would you be able to survive? “Writing of this order is too rarely encountered and even for those who usually avoid post-apocalyptic stories, this one is so well conceived and written that it supersedes genre and is simply fine writing.” When a sudden, unexplained blackout slams the world into darkness, […] More

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    Interview with Things – Hugh C.N Miller

    In the year 2047, artificial intelligence with Androids segregated in massive domes manages a seemingly perfect world. In an apparent glitch in the Dome software, an Android discovers the essence of who he is was set for termination, a dark hidden secret that would threaten the stability of the entire human race as his relentless […] More

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