In Creator Class by K.M. Breakey, it’s 2084 and the area formerly known as Vancouver is now known as Area 87. The people live happily following the laws of Earthism and those who don’t simply disappear. Shawn Lowe, an 18-year-old “P-Classer” knows that there’s more to his universe than what he can see, and his beloved Nana, who lived through the Great Transformation, confirms his suspicions. Shawn unknowingly has connections in very high places and he’s about to discover more than he ever wanted to know but will the price he pays for the knowledge be too high?
In An Airship Named Desire by Katherine McIntyre, a smuggling job goes wrong, the captain of the Airship Desire takes a job that not only appeals to his pocketbook but his sense of nationalism as he’s told that the contents are essential to his old German homeland — decimated in the last war. The Captain sends his best people — a first mate, Bea and Helmsman, Jenson. Turns out that stealing the box from armed British guards is the easy part. Once back on their Airship, the crew embarks on adventure, intrigue and danger with a box that, if discovered, could inspire a nation to rebel and start a new World War.
It’s 2065 and the world has changed. There are problems with overpopulation and expansion to space was expected to have already happened. In [easyazon-link asin=”B009SZOBIA” locale=”us”]LYCCYX Episode 1: Collector’s Edition[/easyazon-link], Captain Lucas Xander leads the Haven Project to the moon in an advance force for colonization when things go terribly wrong and an explosion along with a food additive his men have been ingesting turns those thought dead into hybrids calling themselves Hyans. The Hyans will have independence from earth—no matter the cost.
In Dead Rich by T.H. Rahman, Bo was a big shot in his former life. He had the money, the prestige, the chicks. When the Final War came, no one was prepared and life, as Bo knew, would change drastically. One day he’s polishing a shiny new car with a sleeve, and the next he’s scrounging for food and dodging the walking dead. Five years after the Final War, Bo’s luck runs out when he finds himself captured with three other people to be part of a reality game designed for the rich and run by the supremely evil, Mr. Tate. Can Bo, Cassius, Tony and Lynn survive or will they fall for the entertainment of the New World fatcats?
In Connected by Simon Denham, two men from different regions and walks of life kill themselves and the brother of one and friend of the other try to sort out why these men would take their own lives. Peter searches the files of his professional violinist brother and Doug searches the file his friend Kal, sent him before throwing himself from a tower. Why did they die and how are their death connected?
In Alien Invasion of the Zombie Apocalypse by Ford Forkum, aliens who are bored decide to attack a planet and enslave a few hundred people just for the kicks, choose Earth. They arrive to find the planet in the midst of a Zombie Apocalypse and themselves no match for zombies. The lone survivor, Ursa Minor, teams up with students that he finds on the roof of a building and their vapid and affectionate vampire friends to find a way out of the ultimate invasion gone wrong.
In Particle Horizon by Selso Xisto, a Galactic Holy War begins and unfolds into what is called in the Amazon description, a space opera featuring several key players all fighting for their own goals. At the heart of the conflict is a new elemental power that can change the game for everyone.
In American Goddesses by Gary Henry, Megan and Trish, average women, are taught to release the superwoman within, they find coping with the new abilities difficult. It seems with power comes violence. Will their relationships survive their new abilities and will they be able to survive the dark new evil that can slip in at the most unexpected times?
Reviewer warning: This Review contains spoilers about the previous two books in the series.
In Pale Horse by Brett Battles, Implementation Day has arrived and Daniel Ash and his team are on hand to stop it but the devious Olivia has other plans. Now that the virus has been released, who will survive? Will Daniel ever see his children again and will those who seek to take over humanity succeed?
In Monster: Nightrider’s Vengeance by J.D. Rhoades, the eponymous “monster”, Laura, is a Nightrider. Nightriders are killing machines which are based on vampires and engineered to win wars. Once, with the aid of Hellboys (based on werewolves) and Dead Boys (zombies), the wars are won, and their usefulness is over; the Nightriders are exposed to a virus killing Laura’s unit including her lover. Only she escapes termination. Laura, with her new companion Jess, sets on a path of revenge against the people who killed her unit. During an OP in exchange for information gone bad, Laura accidentally discovers a new artificial intelligence that will either help her to get revenge or change everything.
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