Who accidentally steals a pirate airship? Gideon is a dragon and a mathematician and stealing airships is just the start of the trouble he gets into. Trouble like being kidnapped by Roshian revolutionaries. Luckily he is rescued by a tinker on her way home to visit her grandfather. She has no idea of the trouble she is about to get into with Gideon.
Four irresistible men with a dark secret. One bewitching woman who doesn't know her own power. Avery senses the connection with Taylor, then with Brandon, but the terrifying way she's drawn to them has her on the run...and both men chasing her down for separate purposes. She's a threat to their kind - wereleopards - and she has to be stopped.
Final Exam begins a series of novelettes, written in the classic sci-fi style of Asimov and Heinlein. The protagonist, Shane O’Ryan, is an idealistic, rich kid, and a recent graduate of an elite college that trains special agents for the Society, a quasi-judicial galactic power. Shane and his secret fraternity investigate infractions of the colonization charter that protects vulnerable intelligent species and their planets.
The fates of three tormented men, born as many eras apart, come together in a rock cave on the Coromandel Peninsula of New Zealand— Tama of the Ngatei Hei, Billy Green in the days of gold, and Dr. Sababa from across the ocean— seeking revenge, discovering treasure, and searching for redemption. Inside The Bolthole, on a mossy platform, is the skull of a Maori chieftain, the silver button of a British Naval captain, and a greenstone club.
After being murdered, young Jason Giles arrives in Hell and is tricked into taking over the devil's job. With the help of his predecessor's aide, he begins to learn the ropes of ruling Hell in order to defend himself from many mutinous demons and to keep the denizens of the fiery pit from escaping into the Realm of the Living.
The Plight of a People is an epic of one people's continued journey to survive in an ancient world lush with catastrophe. It is split into three individual stories, each separated by countless generations and connected by the culture, struggles and themes they all share. In Part I, the story follows disgraced military officer Solinus as he attempts to once again be the man he once was and single-handedly defend his people from annihilation from a hostile group of religious zealots.
"[W]hen the price of peace with others is the surrender of one's highest values, conflict becomes one's greatest asset." The conflicts in Southwick's dystopia are disturbingly familiar, with elements that echo today's headlines. In a world where most people are increasingly constrained to toe the line and give at least lip-service to the dual social concepts of Unity and Sacrifice, anyone who does not conform must self-identify as criminal, or become actively anti-social. Society regards either as negative, of course, and so the real choice is self-abnegation--accepting the values imposed by society--or isolation from it.
A story that explores a compelling blend between some true life events of the author blended with his seemly vivid imagination. Who are the abductors? Where do they come from? Where are they hiding? Do they even exist? What actually occurred that evening in 1960, when the ‘Kid’ lost control of his car, crashed, and lost three hours of his life? Was he abducted, or was it just a freak accident? What occurred a few years later when his first wife told him they were abducted by aliens, not once, but twice?
In The Awakening, book 1 of The Elders Trilogy, Jessica Cartright has come of age. On top of being new to adulthood and all it encompasses; her nightly dreams are haunted by a faceless man guiding her deeper into the darkness. Fight or flight mode ensues, but she’s trapped.
A strike team that works for a secret military organisation try to stop a crazy scientist. The strike team fails. A assassin who works for the same organisation teams up with one of the scientist's experiments to try and stop him. Many years later, the world as we know it no longer exists thanks to the Destroyer and his crimson armies.
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