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An IED explosion in Iraq left Freddie’s mind and body shattered. Once a skilled gamer and capable soldier, he’s now a broken warrior, emerging from a medically induced coma to discover he’s inhabiting two separate realities. Is he Lieutenant Freddie Williams, a leader of men, or Frederick, Prince of Stormwind?
A science fiction noir that wraps the razor wit of Raymond Chandler around the extraordinary vision of Philip K Dick – Nineveh Editions.
This is a dystopian thriller about the power of words and the worlds they can create. While a company has found a way to reduce formulaic text into a power source, the laws have evolved to ensure that anyone who harbors old literature or creates new material is put down. Non-conformity is a risk, and asking questions may cost you your life, as Billy Stringer learns. The story moves at a blistering pace and provides many surprising twists along the way, as well as some delicious prose of its own. Captivating and timely, with a perfect bittersweet ending.
Age 24, Samuel Baas represents an accused Nazi war criminal and Haitians who, if deported, face retribution from the murderous Tonton Macoute. Head of a crime family, his father takes a special interest in his son’s legal career. In this complicated world, Baas, a virgin, tries to find true love.
‘The Mystery of Julia Episcopa’ weaves seamlessly between modern-day Rome and the politics of the Catholic church, and the times and life of a 1st-century Roman noblewoman who rose to be a dominant force in the early Christian movement.
Because of a wager, Andi Everson has agreed to be naked all summer long. How she lives her life without any clothes on is recorded in “The Sketchbook”, a novel with twenty-four drawings. Will Andi lose her nerve or prove how the sight of a body is harmless after all?
The president of the United States is imposing crippling tariffs on China. A computer hacker hired by the furious Chinese regime is determined to stop it, but the president is not listening to anyone, and especially a hacker. The stakes include national security and the life of the president.
When an act of mischief goes terribly wrong, Sky is thrown from the Island into a strange and terrifying new world. Hunted for reasons she doesn’t understand, she is forced to use every bit of her wit and cunning to survive. But will it be enough as her murderous pursuers close in?
Those who like fantasies full of unusual creatures and heroes who must grow up in order to face their challenges, will enjoy this middle-grade novel. The main conflict of the story does not start until a few chapters in. The author has a way of starting a scene with a new place and new characters and then backtracking to fill in who the characters are and where they are, which some may find a bit confusing. However, the reader will soon understand what is happening and will be able to jump right back into Sky’s adventure.
The apocalypse arrived as a quiet virus that put humanity’s future in jeopardy. Now musician Ed Johnson is stalked by strangers, and nightmare creatures threaten his sister and friends. Can magic and the true power of music save them and perhaps the future of the human race?