Space Opera – The Devil’s Dragon

The Devil's DragonThe Devil’s Dragon
By Jason F Boggs
Publisher: Mill City Press
Published: January 2017
ISBN: 978-1635054811
ASIN: B01N34P7D6
Pages: 590
Genre: Spacer Opera, Science Fiction

Set 80 years into the future, Nelson Jones, a young military cadet full of optimism and hope is enlisted into the New Era – a fascist regime that arises to rule the world after a horrifying attack from an alien species known as the Great Tribe.

Under the leadership of Earth’s dictator, President Jacob Freeman with his ruthless enforcer, Major Ira Bilis, Nelson witnesses horrible abuses of power and is forced to confront his values and his world view to make difficult choices. When he happens across a small fraction of resistance against this tyranny, Nelson must consider whether to risk his life to do what he feels is right.

 

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Praise for The Devil’s Dragon:
Choosing to persevere had been one of my better decisions as of late.  As I read on, the tale improved vastly and almost before I realized it, I was hooked. It wasn’t love at first sight, but the diverse cast of characters and the intriguing story line eventually drew me in. I’m glad this is a trilogy and I will be eagerly awaiting news of the next two releases. Well worth the read! 4/5 stars. – Bookplex

​First in a trilogy, THE DEVIL’S DRAGON is a fascinating futuristic first contact story that challenges ideas about government, humanity and the fine line we walk between right and wrong. – IndieReader

The Devil's Dragon Author Jason F. BoggsAbout the Author:
After completing two degrees, Jason F Boggs has spent over 25 years in the hotel industry where he experiences peoples’ true natures – both good and bad, fertile ground for these stories. Jason currently lives on the Gold Coast in Australia with his wife SueEllen who patiently endures his imagination and their two cats, who do not.

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Science Fiction – ADAM: The Divine Bloodline Trilogy

ADAMADAM: The Divine Bloodline Trilogy
By Ryder Lyne
Publisher: Ryder Lyne Books
Release Date: September 19, 2017
ISBN: 978-0999324202 (print)
ISBN: 978-0999324219 (ebook)
ASIN: B074V2HD88
Pages: 200
Genre: Science Fiction, Dystopian

When the unearthing of the Ark of the Covenant results in the discovery of the bones of an angel, a government program seeks out descendants of the divine being. Scientists confirm the existence of Nephilim, descendants of the Divine Bloodline who exhibit unique supernatural abilities. These individuals soon find themselves at odds with society.

Sisters Piper and Wren knew they were different, but after the discovery, the two have evidence to explain their maturing abilities. But the government has the power to condemn and crucify Nephilim, locking them into ADAM compounds across the globe. The sisters are next, and Piper and Wren will need to act quickly to avoid being captured. In order to survive the two must embrace the stigma and master the very gifts that God has bestowed (or cursed) upon them.

Mysterious forces who have been plotting these events for decades shift the balance of power, and soon all parties involved will need to pick a side.

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Praise for ADAM:

“ADAM is a creative page-turner that will keep you guessing. A new take on angel lore, ADAM is a thrill ride from start to finish.” – Cara Lockwood, USA Today bestselling author of I Do (But I Don’t).

“Featuring engaging characters with extraordinary abilities, ADAM is a smart introduction to the fascinating world of the Bloodline Trilogy.” –  Jordan Rivet, Scifi and Fantasy Author of The Seabound Chronicles and Steel and Fire Series

Adam Author Ryder LyneAbout the Author:
Ryder Lyne was born and raised in the Grand Canyon State and currently resides in Phoenix, Arizona. Her state has influenced many of her literary works including ADAM.

She enjoys hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, hunting, golf, and spending quality time with her husband, two shiba inus, and immediate family members. Ryder played collegiate golf and lived in the woods for several months in an extreme survival bootcamp. All of these things and so much more have influenced her writing.

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Science Fiction – Cherry Pickers & Liquid Gambit

Cherry Pickers & Liquid GambitCherry Pickers & Liquid Gambit
By Bonnie Milani
Published: December 2016
ISBN: 978-1540678607
ASIN: B01MT2X65S
Pages: 158
Genre: Science Fiction

Welcome to a pair of rousing adventures set on the edges of the star-flung human Commonwealth. ‘Liquid Gambit’ is a sci fi noir call out to ‘Casablanca’. It’s a tale of hope and sacrifice in Rick’s Bar – a lost souls hang out on the last station in human space. In ‘Cherry Pickers’, seventeen-year-old Nikki is determined to prove she’s a woman, even if she has to kidnap the only man on the planet to do it. It’s a rollicking coming-of-age story – with spiders. Romantically challenged spiders.

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Cherry Pickers & Liquid Gambit Author Bonnie MilaniAbout the Author:
Bonnie Milani is a multiple-award winning author:

•    2016 Evvy Award in Science Fiction for ‘Home World’
•    2015 Noveltunity Book Club Choice for ‘Liquid Gambit’
•    2015 Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award nominee for ‘Hot Day on Titan’

Her non-fiction work has appeared in magazines ranging from ‘ScienceDigest’ to ‘Speculations’.

In addition to ghost-writing screenplays for Hollywood insiders, she edits both fiction (SF & F by preference) and non-fiction. She has taught every aspect of writing as well as running a professional writer’s group.  She holds an MA in Journalism from Stanford.

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Science Fiction – Ames

amesAmes
By Jeremy Whitehead
Published: December 2016
ISBN: 978-1540540782
ASIN: B01N7MU56O
Page: 472
Genre: Science Fiction

Ames. A thousand cities together could not compare to the immensity of the metropolis that rules its mighty continent. Where silver outlines of the towers reach upward past the clouds yet rooted in the darker depths of the base city. Where multilane freeways burrow for miles twenty lanes across and five or more lanes deep. A city of cities. This is what hundreds of millions call home. This is Ames.

But the unified city is dividing. Warlords to the north and south have begun to tear it in two and a dreaded no-man’s land grows where the two meet. And yet, this civil war is but only a piece of a larger struggle to come. Something far beneath the city is about to be discovered.

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Jeremy Whitehead was born and raised in Toronto, Canada. He gained his bachelors in Aerospace Engineering from Ryerson University and his masters in Aerospace Studies from the University of Toronto. Currently working as an engineer in Detroit and writing for fellow sci-fi fans.

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Dystopian – The Prelapsarians

the-prelapsariansThe Prelapsarians
By John Gaiserich
Published: October 2015
ISBN: 978-1517528638
ASIN: B017CCHV1E
Pages: 644
Genre: Dystopian

Twenty-five years after the eruption of the Yellowstone supervolcano and the massive war that followed, the scattered, dwindling remnants of the human race are forced to eke out a primordial existence while the supply of a drug vital to their survival is controlled by a group of greedy Oligarchs. For those born before the disaster, those called the Prelapsarians, the future looks hopeless. But there are some who choose to resist.

In the south of Russia, a band of retired mercenaries, led by the formidable Andrei Evgenyevich Myshkin, seeks to undermine the Oligarchs’ power. Their ardor is invigorated when they join forces with Ani Ohanyan, a headstrong, idealistic young smuggler with a dream of a brighter future and a penchant for getting herself into trouble. Together, their quest takes them across the Caucasus Mountains, through the ruins of once-prosperous cities, and to the shores of the Caspian Sea, faced along the way with backroom intrigue, fierce battles, and brewing tension that threatens to turn them against one another. But amidst their trials, the greatest struggles they face may be against their own demons.

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John Gaiserich started writing fiction in 2009. He is an avid aviation and history enthusiast with a particular interest in the cultures of Russia and the Caucasus. “The Prelapsarians” is his first novel, inspired in part by the films of Andrei Tarkovsky. Gaiserich currently resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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