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|The Communication Room by Adam Aresty
Leonard Ackerman lies low in a mysterious lab filled with strange communications devices and telephones -- a last-ditch experiment to save Earth from an alien invasion. Then the first telephone rings. The only thing Ackerman can do is answer...
In this tale of post-apocalyptic survival, Leonard Ackerman works at a remote army base trying to solve the greatest threat facing mankind -- an alien invasion has eroded our species down to very few numbers. His base is compromised, and Ackerman retreats to a laboratory he has never been seen, locking himself there with the enemy right outside his door. Inside the lab are thirteen telephones -- from the American civil war through to Ackerman’s present day.
This laboratory seems to be some sort of closed experiment, and Ackerman discovers that he cannot exit the lab until the experiment has run its course. The method and ultimate goal of the test is beyond his reach for now... but the first telephone rings and the only thing Ackerman can do is answer...
Will Ackerman be able to find some chink in the armor of the relentless and seemingly invincible menace that destroys the human body and shatters the mind of everyone it touches? Or is Ackerman simply the last victim standing?
|The Time Traveller's Odyssey by Nicholas Rawlins
Mindy is a hairstylist from 2015 who can relate more to her dog than to her coworkers. Liam is an aspiring musician living in 1970’s London who can’t seem to catch a break. And Jimmy is an eccentric and lonely time traveler whose sole mission is to protect the timeline from any disturbances. When Mindy and Liam are suddenly displaced in time under mysterious circumstances, Jimmy must work quickly to return them to their own time periods before they cause any disruptions. The only problem is they were both recorded as deceased at the time of their displacements.
Unable to return home, or really any time period for that matter, Mindy and Liam are forced to follow Jimmy through time, hot on the trail of a dangerous and enigmatic time traveler. Engaged in a deadly cat-and-mouse game, they must use their wits and a slew of non-lethal gadgets to survive against black-market criminals, dystopian soldiers, marauders and more as they attempt to uncover whether their lives are ruled by destiny or by their own free will. Their journey will take them to the ancient past, the far future, and even to the very end of time in this exciting adventure where whatever happened, happened, and the past cannot be changed. It all leads to the shocking truth behind their own roles to play in the history of mankind and the very nature of time, and perhaps even discovering a new life to live in the process.
|Dekker's Dozen by Christopher D Schmitz
Gunslingers, psychics, ninjas, and pirates in space. Witness the birth of Armageddon. Dekker’s Dozen is an explosive space opera that veers towards arcane-punk.
Dekker Knight has a secret past. Vivian “Vesuvius” Briggs has a sword and a chip on her shoulder. Together they run one of the better-known teams of “Investigators,” a crew of sanctioned space mercenaries, the Dozen.
The Dozen fight to keep their debts settled, fuel in their ship, and some equilibrance to their moral ledger. But they are more than mercenaries: they are parts of a family they’ve chosen—this prequel story is the free set-up and introduction to the events that spark the action of the Dekker's Dozen series.
Dekker and Austicon have a vendetta. Vivian’s family and Austicon have a history. Austicon has powerful friends and a superweapon. With the fate of the universe hanging in the balance, can the Dozen swing the pendulum back?
|Destroyer of Planets by L.A. Johnson
Enter a galaxy full of snarky comebacks and inappropriate use of tentacles in this fast-paced, action-packed space romp.
The Neon Octopus Overlord has been challenged. Their galaxy will never be the same.
Kirian, the mythological warrior agent known as the Destroyer of Planets wants out of her contract. That's a problem since she's currently in the Neon Octopus Overlord's elite, secret, Celestial force against her will. In a desperate attempt to regain her freedom, Kirian defies her tentacled boss and secretly saves Ari, the human she is sent to kill.
Ari is an underappreciated civil servant targeted for her intelligence. She turns out to be one of the few beings left in the galaxy capable of thwarting the Overlord's corrupt plans. She just wants to go back to a normal life, but when the Overlord finds out that she's not dead, all bets are off and she'll have to fight to survive.
Can Ari and Kirian, aided by a few shady friends and a wannabe rock star find a way to stay alive long enough to put a dent in the evil Neon Octopus Overlord's plans?
|Mechcraft by Brian Fitzpatrick
What would the world be like if a swarm of shape-shifting nanotechnology awoke within the DNA of an unsuspecting teenager?
In Mechcraft, 15-year-old Jake London's ideal teen life is thrown into chaos when he discovers the ability to control a swarm of shape-shifting nanotechnology that has, until recently, lain dormant in his DNA. Mentally connected to the tech within, London is able to summon liquid metal through his pores, and with it, he creates any object he can possibly imagine.
But he's not alone. A secret world in Los Angeles opens to him, revealing a hidden society of Mechcrafters-- all having gained their power through a rigorous injection process. Philosophical disagreements on the best use of the Mechcraft ability fractures the group, leading to all out war, leaving each of the three factions vying for dominance.
Being the first person born with the nanotech, Jake finds himself caught in the center of the warring factions' designs and schemes, each believing his potential power will be the wildcard that will deliver victory. Now, with two young Mechcraft agents escorting him, and a horde of enemies chasing them down, Jake finds himself in a desperate race to safety.
Battling through psychotic Mechcrafters, elite hunters, a pre-teen annoying show-off, and a ruthless enemy leader, the trio perseveres through a hard-fought road to the only safe place in the city, where Jake hopes to reunite with his parents.
Faction leader, Sasha, obsessed with possessing and controlling Jake to finally win the war, grows increasingly mad in her pursuit. She is always one step ahead, and her twisted connection to Jake becomes symbiotic and complex.
Mechcraft delves into areas of ethics, moral dilemmas, vulnerability, and loss wrapped in an action-packed coming-of-age tale.
Will agents, Bex and Trent, be able to protect Jake and get him to their headquarters? Or will Sasha eventually destroy him? What wildcard powers will Jake manifest? He could be the savior of the war or end them all.
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|The Collective by Kecia Bal
Welcome to the near future. There is only one company, one government, one social operating network: the Collective. And now a computer virus is mutating it into a monster.
Alida Whorl, a 20-year-old computer programmer and member of the Collective’s elite virus-hunter team, is all guardian, all the time. She’s fiercely protective of Collective users and their way of life, and also of her younger brother, an eccentric sound artist with a knack for conspiracy theories. When an intelligent virus begins worming its way into users’ minds, Alida’s worst nightmares become real. If she’s going to save anyone, or find her brother, she’ll have to abandon the life she loves, assemble a team of rebels, and take on a deadly black-box dilemma before their entire world is overwritten by chaos.
|Rise and Rescue: A GameLit Anthology
Together we stand stronger.
Join an international group of authors working together to raise awareness and donations for WIRES, an Australian organization dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of Australian wildlife. Our effort has led us to create this anthology of short GameLit stories. From LitRPG, Sci-Fi, Fantasy and everything in between we hope the tales we’ve collected will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy, just like the feeling you’ll get from supporting this amazing project. All profits from this anthology will be donated to WIRES.
|The Complete Robot Empire by Kevin Partner
For centuries they served. In gratitude we freed them. With vengeance they betrayed us.
When she's kidnapped by the Blessed Engineers, Arla discovers she's been living a lie. She wasn't a farmer's daughter, but merely cargo transported in the carved out heart of an asteroid: the Arkship Dawn on a thousand year voyage to a new home.
And someone got there first.
One act of rebellion leads to her people's fate resting on her young shoulders. And, perhaps the future of humanity itself.
Because Dawn harbors a secret. It is the key.
The Complete Robot Empire brings the six book series of space opera in the classic vein of Asimov, Bradbury and Bear into one mammoth read.
If you like clean, fast paced, intelligent sci-fi that's full of ideas, memorable characters and examines what it truly is to be human, then the Robot Empire series is for you.
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