In Brane Child by D.L. Morrese, Commander Lisa Chang and her team take the Brane Skip device on a test flight they expect to revolutionize space travel. What they don’t expect is to land in a medieval world while Orcs are attacking. In an unexpected world of dragons, magic and a king can they find their way home?
Rondo (first met in “Confessions of a Gunfighter—Landon Saga Book 1) is ready to settle down and commit to one town where he has hopes of putting down roots and raising a family. His dreams seem unattainable when a friend is killed and Rondo again faces the reality, brutality and violence of the Wild West.
In The Infinity Bridge by Ross M. Kitson, Sam and his brother Ben have an ability to see things that others can’t; Nick is a computer genius able to design the sort of computer viruses to end the technological world and Annie is a highly trained fighter. These teens stand between their world and the dark forces looking to find the Infinity Bridge, a device that could destroy everything.
In Vaporized: Apocalypse Adventure by Simon Rosser, the busy lawyer Amber Lee has found time to relax in short supply and is very happy to have an extra day off for a holiday weekend. As the weekend begins the world wakes up to find that following strange objects reported to be heading for the poles that the earth’s water has vaporized. When Amber suddenly finds herself alone can she survive after such a cataclysmic event?
Seemingly disconnected deaths and abductions around the world are connected with a symbol branded on them or in their living environment. In The Beholder by Ivan Amberlake, Jason, an average New Yorker, has been having strange dreams of a beautiful woman warning him of a power lurking within him that is the only thing to stop coming evil. Will Jason embrace his power in time to stop the ultimate destruction?
In Nowhere to Goa Bhang Lassis, Rickshaws, and Holy Cows! by Doug E. Jones, Scott and Mike are 19-year-old twins. Scott has always lived by the rules, while Mike’s been a reckless free spirit charging ahead and getting by on his good looks and a nice smile. When Mike is arrested in India, Scott knows that he must once again save his twin and heads off to bring him home. The task is not as straightforward as Scott anticipated as he sets off on his brother’s trail. On the South Asian backpack trail, Scott’s eyes are opened and he wonders if perhaps there isn’t more out there than a degree from the Northwestern University and a quiet life.
Madu is a young African warrior-in-training who craves the approval of his stepfather. Tom is a young English boy on a slave ship that has gone hunting for their next human cargo. Two tribes are at war, as the tribe opposing Madu’s makes a deal with the English to give their prisoners into the slave trade. Madu is confused and frightened when he is taken as a prisoner to the slave ship. When the tables are turned will Tom and Madu be able to form a friendship which will have them survive?
Fades the Light by Ron Foster takes place ten years after a solar geomagnetic storm killed most of the humans, young people are leaving the lake shelter run by an aging David and his band of brothers that are worried about the future. With decisions to be made, what will these men who don’t feel comfortable returning to the spare society do?
Queen Sacrifice by Tony Riches is a story of a Welsh Civil War taking place in the tenth century. The latter part of the novel follows every move of the “Game of the Century” between Donald Byrne and 13-year-old Bobby Fischer in New York City on October 17th, 1956.