The Rocket Girl’s Tale by K. Hippolite

The Rocket Girl’s Tale


She was a brilliant young scientist with information locked in her head that could overturn the powers that be. He was an aristocrat from a foreign land whose heart had grown cold from years of meeting women with an agenda.

Their love would take time to form, but would one day burn brighter than a thousand stars. But after the flames of infatuation burned out, what would pull a rocket scientist and an oil baron together?

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The Fall by S.T. Campitelli

The Fall: Book 1 – Conversion


“Imagine a touch of I am Legend with a dash of Mad Max and you may get somewhere close.”

Melbourne, Australia, 2052, two years since The Fall.

A wave of infection, the Jackson Virus, has swept the world, leaving in its wake a terrifying apocalyptic wasteland populated by wild cleanskin survivor groups and the ravenous, infected night predators – the jacks. In this nightmare landscape, one of the last remaining sanctuaries is Kulin Wallcom, a community enclosed by a 10-metre wall patrolled by what’s left of the military. The wallcoms are the last remaining bastions of defence and security in a world gone over the edge.

But the people of Kulin can’t stay behind their wall forever.

Recovery expert, John Bradley, is part of a major operation into the wasteland looking to not only ensure the survival of Kulin by bringing back critical supplies from the abandoned Southstone Supermall, but, more crucially, to also locate and extract the only person left who may be able to reverse the tide of infection.

However, the mission faces danger at every turn. It seems to be compromised from the inside, Southstone is thought to be an impossible target overrun with infected, and wasteland survivor bands, led by the psychopathic wasteland leader, the Headhunter, are bent on making sure the operation has to fight each step of the way to get back to the wallcom before nightfall.

Because that’s when the jacks come out.

And they will find you.

Welcome to the world of The Fall.

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Duel in the Dark by Jay Allan

Duel in the Dark (Blood on the Stars Book 1)


War is coming.

The Confederation battleship Dauntless has spent ten months patrolling the border, alone, watching for an attack from the enemy Union. Her crew is exhausted and the aging vessel needs repairs.With the fleet mobilized, and the forward bases overloaded beyond capacity, she is sent clear across the Confederation, to a base along the peaceful and sleepy sector known as the Rim.

But the quiet frontier isn’t what it seems, and when a distress call is received from a mining colony at the edge of Confederation space, Captain Tyler Barron must take Dauntless forward into the unknown.

Barron and his crew have their ship–and each other–but they can expect no reinforcements. His superiors believe that Union deceit is at play, that the attack is merely a diversion,intended to draw Confederation forces from the disputed border. Their orders are clear: no ships will be transferred from the front. Stopping whatever is happening on the rim is Barron’s responsibility, and his alone.

Barron’s grandfather was the Confederation’s greatest hero, the father of the modern navy. His name has always carried great privilege, and crushing responsibility. Now he must prove that he has inherited more than just a name. He must face the enemy, and win the victory.

Before the Confederation is caught between two enemies and destroyed.

Duel in the Dark is the first book in a new series from USA Today Bestselling Author Jay Allan.

Blood on the Stars

Book 1: Duel in the Dark
Book 2: Call to Arms
Book 3: Ruins of Empire
Book 4: Echoes of Glory
Book 5: Cauldron of Fire
Book 6: Dauntless
Book 7: The White Fleet (coming soon)

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Traveler in the Dark by Deirdre Gould

Traveler in the Dark (Ex Situ Book 1)


Sixteen hundred years ago, they fled Earth. Now their long journey may finally be at an end. None of them have ever walked on soil, felt rain, or breathed unrecycled air.

Their resources nearly spent, they sent a last exploratory mission to a new planet. It’s ideal… but they are not alone.

In the struggle for survival, they must make a choice. Sacrifice another species or accept their own extinction. And time is running out.

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Duel in the Dark by Jay Allan

Duel in the Dark (Blood on the Stars Book 1)


War is coming.

The Confederation battleship Dauntless has spent ten months patrolling the border, alone, watching for an attack from the enemy Union. Her crew is exhausted and the aging vessel needs repairs.With the fleet mobilized, and the forward bases overloaded beyond capacity, she is sent clear across the Confederation, to a base along the peaceful and sleepy sector known as the Rim.

But the quiet frontier isn’t what it seems, and when a distress call is received from a mining colony at the edge of Confederation space, Captain Tyler Barron must take Dauntless forward into the unknown.

Barron and his crew have their ship–and each other–but they can expect no reinforcements. His superiors believe that Union deceit is at play, that the attack is merely a diversion,intended to draw Confederation forces from the disputed border. Their orders are clear: no ships will be transferred from the front. Stopping whatever is happening on the rim is Barron’s responsibility, and his alone.

Barron’s grandfather was the Confederation’s greatest hero, the father of the modern navy. His name has always carried great privilege, and crushing responsibility. Now he must prove that he has inherited more than just a name. He must face the enemy, and win the victory.

Before the Confederation is caught between two enemies and destroyed.

Duel in the Dark is the first book in a new series from USA Today Bestselling Author Jay Allan.

Blood on the Stars

Book 1: Duel in the Dark
Book 2: Call to Arms
Book 3: Ruins of Empire
Book 4: Echoes of Glory
Book 5: Cauldron of Fire
Book 6: Dauntless
Book 7: The White Fleet (coming soon)

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Fire From the Sky by N.C. Reed

Fire From the Sky: Brotherhood of Fire


Post-Apocalyptic Fiction by N.C. Reed
Clayton Sanders left home the minute he had his high school diploma in hand. He waited that long only because the Army wouldn’t accept him without one. Now, ten years later, he’s home. Home with no warning, no advance notice, no anything after being gone ten years with almost no contact with his family. Home carrying a secret that is burning him up from the inside. A secret that has pushed him to the brink, forcing him to become a criminal in order to be where his family needs him to be, even though they don’t realize it yet. Because Clayton knows something they don’t. Something that hasn’t happened, but will. Something that will burn everything it touches. And change the face of the world forever.

EXCERPT FROM CHAPTER ONE
Mitchell Nolan was on watch. Most everyone else had bedded down once the excitement of the fire had waned. A long day of work and worry tended to leave people tired so it hadn’t taken long. Now Mitchell was roaming the farm on occasion, using night vision gear to get around and avoid light.
He looked at the skeleton of the tower being constructed behind the Sanders’ home, the parent’s home he amended to himself, and wished it were finished. Rising above the nearest trees by a good ten feet, it would allow whoever sat there to see a good ways. Armed with a good scope it would be easy to keep a keen watch on things and to see anyone approaching the farm. With someone in the cupola at the other collection of buildings, that would pretty much cover everyth-
His thoughts crashed to a halt as he realized someone was approaching the farm. The glow of headlights was easing up the road from the direction of the Interstate and Jordan. Checking his rifle, Nolan moved to a position where he could observe the road and still have some cover.
A hundred questions ran through his mind even as he checked his surroundings to make sure he wasn’t taken by surprise. Who was this? What kind of car was it to still be running? The whiz kids had told them that cars made before computers had become common place would still function, but how many of those were there on the road? And what were the odds that one of them would be coming down this back country road in the wee hours of the morning?
“Thug,” he heard in his ear. “How copy?” Tandi Maseo’s voice was calm, quiet and clear.
“I got ’em,” he replied softly. “Can you make out what it is?” he asked. Sitting in the cupola at the other farm, Tandi had a better view than Nolan might.
“Negative,” Maseo replied. “I do only see one vehicle.”
“Only one using lights,” Nolan reminded him.
“True that,” Maseo agreed. “Play?”
“We wait and see if they stop,” Nolan replied. “If they do I’ll approach. If they pass I’ll try and get a description. Bossman might recognize the car if we do. Speaking of which you may want to rouse Big Bear and let him know the score. He may want to call Bossman over this regardless.”
“Roger that.”
Nolan watched as the lights grew closer, wishing it was light. The glow of the fire in Peabody, at least they thought it was Peabody, was still clearly visible even now, hours after they had first seen it. To see the first vehicle on this road in a week the same night, or at least the early morning after, couldn’t be a coincidence he didn’t care what anyone thought.
Not that he knew yet what anyone thought.
“Big Bear on the way,” Maseo’s voice informed him.
“Roger that.” Nolan had tensed as the vehicle in question came into view, or at least its lights did, and it slowed. Slowing was bad. There was no light anywhere in the compound to alert a passing traveler that anything was even here, let alone still working. There was little moon, merely a sliver in fact, so no natural light to expose them. Still the car had slowed.
That means they know where they are, and they’re probably coming here, he decided grimly. He raised his rifle to port arms and waited…..

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Undying by Corina Bishop

Undying


To awaken and not know who you are is a crushing feeling. Panic and hysteria override all other senses. Strangers approach and terror builds within your chest. You hope these strangers, with their white lab coats, will bring an ounce of reason back to your jumbled thoughts. Instead they bring needles and knives that puncture your skin, introducing new horrors for your brain to try to comprehend.

This is the life Sentra is born into at the age of twenty-four. She is surrounded by people who only cause her agony and pay no mind to her mounting questions. Sentra cannot even find solace in her dreams, where she is haunted by memories from a woman who died long ago. If the pain and confusion wasn’t enough, Sentra’s body doesn’t seem to be entirely human and her detainers have far greater plans for her in a war she wants no part of.

All Sentra knows for sure is that she wants out and she will do anything to gain her freedom.

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Earth Interstellar by Scott Olen Reid

Earth Interstellar: Proxy War


Forty light years from Earth, Commander Mary Kree and the XSS Cousteau made First Contact with an alien race. They did not know their discovery would lead to an interstellar war. They did not know the Vrene were planning for hundreds of years for the humans to fight that war.

Or, what Humanity had to do to win.

Prologue

“What can I expect to find in the charts?” asked Vrene Chancellor Sevairne.
“The humans have explored to within thirty light years of Chzek space,” said the Rool ambassador to the humans as he explained their Exploration Service’s rapid expansion of star systems they have visited. He was impressed with their commitment.
“So soon?” the Vrene asked, concerned.
“Yes, Chancellor. They have an aggressive exploration program.”
“How much longer then, do you think?”
“Estimates are no more than twenty revolutions,” the Rool replied.
“How far from Earth will that be?” asked the chancellor, starting to believe the humans may be worth their cost for the last three hundred years of protection the Vrene had provided to their protectorate.
“Sixty to seventy light years.”
“Excellent. And, how long will it take for the humans to transition to a war economy once they engage the Chzek’s proxies? How many ships will they be able to deploy per revolution?”
The Rool took a moment to consider his answer before replying, “Within a year, but it will take time before they fully understand they are in a fight for their continued existence enough to make a full transition to a war economy. They currently have a modest manufacturing program for spacecraft they will be able to expand upon when the time comes.”
“That could be acceptable. With a sixty light year buffer, they will have time. The humans may gain us an additional twenty revolutions to prepare before they are exterminated.”

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Forager by Peter R Stone

Forager – the Complete Six Book Series (A Post Apocalyptic/Dystopian Series)


Forager – the Complete Six Book Series – for one low price. 468,000 words.

Includes:
Forager – Infiltrator – Expatriate – Impersonator – Specialist – Revolutionary

Twenty-year-old Ethan Jones lives in a post apocalyptic, oppressive society that terminates anyone with mutations caused by nuclear radiation in an effort to keep the human race pure.

His life becomes complicated when he rescues a mysterious Japanese girl from the Skel and brings her back with him, for she breaks the town’s rigid conventions in her pursuit of him, placing their lives in jeopardy. Her odd behaviour and probing questions baffle him, as does the fact that he understands her when she speaks in Japanese.

At the same time, the Skel ramp up their attacks on the foraging teams. Is this part of a larger plan that could spell the town’s doom? And why do the Skel suddenly possess advanced technology – who is backing them, and why?

Keeping his mutation secret, uncovering the girl’s true intentions and trying to save the town all vie for Ethan’s attention. And if he fails, not only his life, but the lives of all, are at stake.

Eighteen-year-old Chelsea Thomas has spent her life living in fear of Newhome’s paramilitary Custodians, due to a prohibited rogue ability.

In the past week, her twin brother – a forager – has uncharacteristically run away from home and work after the mysterious death of a teammate. Something has also scared her normally unflappable father half to death, and their family is threatened with eviction.

However, her brother’s disappearance presents her with a long-sought after opportunity to escape Newhome, since only the foragers – all men – are allowed to leave the town. All she has to do is impersonate her brother long enough to make her escape while foraging out in the ruins.

But she never counted on the kindness of Ryan Hill, a forager new to the team. Nor did she expect the barbaric Skel to attack the team the moment she decided to run away. She has to choose between making good on her escape or saving Ryan and the others.

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The Survivors by Angela White

The Survivors (Life After War Book 1)


“This is Safe Haven. We offer food, shelter, and protection to all survivors. Does anyone copy? …hello? Is anyone alive out there?”

Post-Apocalyptic Survival

“The end of the world has given us a harsh, merciless existence, where nature tries hard to push humanity to the very brink of extinction. Everything is against us, between us. Untold miles of lawless, apocalyptic roads wait for our feet, and the future, cold and dark, offers little comfort. Without change, there can be no peace. Only survivors.”

Fated to lead New America, seven gifted people survive an apocalypse only to find themselves on a cross-country quest through horrors that will shake the very core of who they believed they were. These long-denied protectors of humanity are destined to rebuild their country, if they can stay alive long enough to find each other.

What does this series have that makes it so great?

  • Nuclear armageddon and post-apocalyptic survival in every page.
  • A centuries-old conspiracy that caused armageddon.
  • Dangerous trips through the apocalypse to find family, supplies, and safety.
  • Post-apocalyptic survival methods that can be copied if shtf.
  • A refugee camp with very different laws, picking up those who have survived the end of the world.
  • A hero you will love, even as you ponder the secrets that could cost him leadership.
  • A constant battle for survival that includes deadly trips into decaying cities, insanity, fights against nature, horrors of the past, and ghosts that stalk their every move.

Set along the lines of The Stand and The Postman, this is a chilling vision of the collapse of society, and the painful rebirth of a nation by those who survived it.

This way, please…

Bonus Content

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Reader Opinions

“I found this ebook for free a long time ago & fell in love with it right away. I love how the descriptions about the places, people, & things they are doing & going through. Reading this shtf book got me thinking a lot about survival. I’ve even gotten my Ham Radio License bc it’s showed me how much I wasn’t prepared if something like this were to ever happen. It’s an amazing series & I look forward to each new book when it comes out.”–Robin Akers

“I took one look at the cover and thought Life After War would be an interesting military fiction series. The first book free hooked me. Nothing like finding a diamond in a sea of a million books to read.” -Crystal Kirby

“Never before have I read an armageddon novel so full of the evil man will likely perpetrate in this scenario, and still so full of light and hope for the future. I have not been able to stop reading it!” -David Orr

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