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By Edward J. Fisher
Lands of In-Ko-8 Trilogy The planet Earth enveloped Inchoate, a dark-matter world at the birth of the solar system. Each evolved separately but not independently. The civilizations of Inchoate flourished until a disaster flung the world to the Sirius star system where it remained for a millennium. Scientists finally restored Inchoate to its rightful place in the galaxy, but the resulting damage, chaos, and greed led to conflict, confusion, and wars. A few brave leaders of the blue, green, and gray people almost brought order when a totally unexpected visit by star wanderers intervened. A review by Kirkus Discoveries: “Fisher’s complex story of faith, political schemes, death, and science brings characters new and old into the fray, and further explores characters in the strange world of Inchoate. The world of Inchoate is on the brink of disaster, leading scientists to return the dark-matter planet to its former haunt within the planet Earth. The task is made possible via the ingenious travalink, a device that allows near-light transport from one part of the universe to the other. The planet’s inhabitants are no sooner settled in to their old home, however, before unearthing a finding of great political and religious significance—one that threatens to shake the planet to its core. Fisher’s keen grasp of science helps create a believable, full-bodied civilization. The lands and characters resemble an odd marriage of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings saga and the more recent Dune novels. The author’s descriptions of the various languages of Inchoate, and the background of various civilizations, are reminiscent of Tolkien’s seminal work. His characters range from religious leaders to criminals, and like the Dune characters, each gets print time in this tale. Inchoate is a land with a varied, rich history, culled from seemingly real-life examples. The author’s sharp attention to detail, in elements from language to food, brings an original sense of realism to the tale—sometimes it appears more of history book than fiction. “A condensed, fast-paced story, whose entertaining intensity will eventually sweep readers away.”
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By Peter Miles
It is the near future. Axel, a computer scientist, with broad, mechanically-inclined hobbies, is working on a prototype matter transmitter. It is erratic and, in an instant, he finds his consciousness has been transmitted across space. It has been received into the brain of a young, male humanoid immediately following the latter’s brain-death from a traumatic wound; one that has not, however, left any long-term organic injuries: Axel of Earth has become Lexar of Nandroth. Lexar’s race are called the Androthi. Their world has some geophysical similarities to Earth, and some similarity of life forms but with notable exceptions. The civilisations of the Androthi are roughly on the same technological level as 14th century Europe and Asia. Their overwhelming problem is that their world has been invaded by self-replicating robots, the mekkans, which have a highly advanced – and to living creatures deadly – technology. The mekkans are relatively few in number. They require, for their power and construction, minerals that they cannot easily find and mine. To obtain them, they have set about subjugating Nandroth and enslaving the Androthi, either by direct force or by fomenting internecine warfare. Their ultimate intention is to refuel their nuclear‑powered space craft and continue their conquest of living worlds in the universe. Axel-Lexar’s self-appointed task is to get his fellow Androthi to accept who and what he is, and to get them to help him create, with what resources are available, strategies to defeat the mekkans. Above all, he wants to destroy the mekkan’s ability to threaten intelligent life forms on other worlds. The work deals, inter alia, with the nature of the linguistic problems faced by Axel on his becoming Lexar and the means by which he attempts to transform the local technology. He seeks to exploit special features of mekkan engineering and their rigid social structure, in order to subvert their seemingly unassailable power. But, in the meantime, there are defences to organise against the mekkans’ highly advanced weapons, and battles to be fought against other Androthi nations who have become the mekkans’ allies. To complicate his new life, he finds that Lexar is betrothed to the teenage daughter of the local Lord. She is a highly intelligent, independent and passionate individual, at first disbelieving, then suspicious and finally jealously protective.
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By Peter Miles
It is the near future. Axel, a computer scientist, with broad, mechanically-inclined hobbies, is working on a prototype matter transmitter. It is erratic and, in an instant, he finds his consciousness has been transmitted across space. It has been received into the brain of a young, male humanoid immediately following the latter’s brain-death from a traumatic wound; one that has not, however, left any long-term organic injuries: Axel of Earth has become Lexar of Nandroth. Lexar’s race are called the Androthi. Their world has some geophysical similarities to Earth, and some similarity of life forms but with notable exceptions. The civilisations of the Androthi are roughly on the same technological level as 14th century Europe and Asia. Their overwhelming problem is that their world has been invaded by self-replicating robots, the mekkans, which have a highly advanced – and to living creatures deadly – technology. The mekkans are relatively few in number. They require, for their power and construction, minerals that they cannot easily find and mine. To obtain them, they have set about subjugating Nandroth and enslaving the Androthi, either by direct force or by fomenting internecine warfare. Their ultimate intention is to refuel their nuclear‑powered space craft and continue their conquest of living worlds in the universe. Axel-Lexar’s self-appointed task is to get his fellow Androthi to accept who and what he is, and to get them to help him create, with what resources are available, strategies to defeat the mekkans. Above all, he wants to destroy the mekkan’s ability to threaten intelligent life forms on other worlds. The work deals, inter alia, with the nature of the linguistic problems faced by Axel on his becoming Lexar and the means by which he attempts to transform the local technology. He seeks to exploit special features of mekkan engineering and their rigid social structure, in order to subvert their seemingly unassailable power. But, in the meantime, there are defences to organise against the mekkans’ highly advanced weapons, and battles to be fought against other Androthi nations who have become the mekkans’ allies. To complicate his new life, he finds that Lexar is betrothed to the teenage daughter of the local Lord. She is a highly intelligent, independent and passionate individual, at first disbelieving, then suspicious and finally jealously protective.
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By Nancy Bryant Keeton
A small Ohio town has been visited by a mysterious light for years. At first, it was just "there." Then people started getting harmed when they came in contact with it. What changed it from a benevolent entity to a force of evil? A group of townspeople gather to try to figure out what or who it is. They become close despite a great diversity in ages. Two of them locate the personality behind the light. That person comes back to Homer's Mill with disastrous results. Along the way, Ann Lawson locates her birth parents, leaving her with conflicting emotions. If you are interested in the paranormal, UFOs, etc., you will enjoy Homer's Mill.
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By Nancy Bryant Keeton
A small Ohio town has been visited by a mysterious light for years. At first, it was just "there." Then people started getting harmed when they came in contact with it. What changed it from a benevolent entity to a force of evil? A group of townspeople gather to try to figure out what or who it is. They become close despite a great diversity in ages. Two of them locate the personality behind the light. That person comes back to Homer's Mill with disastrous results. Along the way, Ann Lawson locates her birth parents, leaving her with conflicting emotions. If you are interested in the paranormal, UFOs, etc., you will enjoy Homer's Mill.
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By Edward J. Fisher
Lands of In-Ko-8 Trilogy The planet Earth enveloped Inchoate, a dark-matter world at the birth of the solar system. Each evolved separately but not independently. The civilizations of Inchoate flourished until a disaster flung the world to the Sirius star system where it remained for a millennium. Scientists finally restored Inchoate to its rightful place in the galaxy, but the resulting damage, chaos, and greed led to conflict, confusion, and wars. A few brave leaders of the blue, green, and gray people almost brought order when a totally unexpected visit by star wanderers intervened. A review by Kirkus Discoveries: “Fisher’s complex story of faith, political schemes, death, and science brings characters new and old into the fray, and further explores characters in the strange world of Inchoate. The world of Inchoate is on the brink of disaster, leading scientists to return the dark-matter planet to its former haunt within the planet Earth. The task is made possible via the ingenious travalink, a device that allows near-light transport from one part of the universe to the other. The planet’s inhabitants are no sooner settled in to their old home, however, before unearthing a finding of great political and religious significance—one that threatens to shake the planet to its core. Fisher’s keen grasp of science helps create a believable, full-bodied civilization. The lands and characters resemble an odd marriage of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings saga and the more recent Dune novels. The author’s descriptions of the various languages of Inchoate, and the background of various civilizations, are reminiscent of Tolkien’s seminal work. His characters range from religious leaders to criminals, and like the Dune characters, each gets print time in this tale. Inchoate is a land with a varied, rich history, culled from seemingly real-life examples. The author’s sharp attention to detail, in elements from language to food, brings an original sense of realism to the tale—sometimes it appears more of history book than fiction. “A condensed, fast-paced story, whose entertaining intensity will eventually sweep readers away.”
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By Edward J. Fisher
Lands of In-Ko-8 Trilogy The planet Earth enveloped Inchoate, a dark-matter world at the birth of the solar system. Each evolved separately but not independently. The civilizations of Inchoate flourished until a disaster flung the world to the Sirius star system where it remained for a millennium. Scientists finally restored Inchoate to its rightful place in the galaxy, but the resulting damage, chaos, and greed led to conflict, confusion, and wars. A few brave leaders of the blue, green, and gray people almost brought order when a totally unexpected visit by star wanderers intervened. A review by Kirkus Discoveries: “Fisher’s complex story of faith, political schemes, death, and science brings characters new and old into the fray, and further explores characters in the strange world of Inchoate. The world of Inchoate is on the brink of disaster, leading scientists to return the dark-matter planet to its former haunt within the planet Earth. The task is made possible via the ingenious travalink, a device that allows near-light transport from one part of the universe to the other. The planet’s inhabitants are no sooner settled in to their old home, however, before unearthing a finding of great political and religious significance—one that threatens to shake the planet to its core. Fisher’s keen grasp of science helps create a believable, full-bodied civilization. The lands and characters resemble an odd marriage of J. R. R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings saga and the more recent Dune novels. The author’s descriptions of the various languages of Inchoate, and the background of various civilizations, are reminiscent of Tolkien’s seminal work. His characters range from religious leaders to criminals, and like the Dune characters, each gets print time in this tale. Inchoate is a land with a varied, rich history, culled from seemingly real-life examples. The author’s sharp attention to detail, in elements from language to food, brings an original sense of realism to the tale—sometimes it appears more of history book than fiction. “A condensed, fast-paced story, whose entertaining intensity will eventually sweep readers away.”
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By D. Chris Buttars
The Tribes is a sci-fi thriller that blends facts with white-knuckle visions of the possible. Everything in The Tribes is, or could become, a reality in our future. In a thrilling sequence of events, The Tribes tells the story of the Ten Lost Tribes; the who, where, and why of flying saucers; and the reality of nuclear war in America and the consequences that follow. Buckle up because the excitement starts from the very first page and never slows down as we explore the present-day facts and sci-fi’s emerging visions of “what if?”
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By D. Chris Buttars
The Tribes is a sci-fi thriller that blends facts with white-knuckle visions of the possible. Everything in The Tribes is, or could become, a reality in our future. In a thrilling sequence of events, The Tribes tells the story of the Ten Lost Tribes; the who, where, and why of flying saucers; and the reality of nuclear war in America and the consequences that follow. Buckle up because the excitement starts from the very first page and never slows down as we explore the present-day facts and sci-fi’s emerging visions of “what if?”
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By D. Chris Buttars
The Tribes is a sci-fi thriller that blends facts with white-knuckle visions of the possible. Everything in The Tribes is, or could become, a reality in our future. In a thrilling sequence of events, The Tribes tells the story of the Ten Lost Tribes; the who, where, and why of flying saucers; and the reality of nuclear war in America and the consequences that follow. Buckle up because the excitement starts from the very first page and never slows down as we explore the present-day facts and sci-fi’s emerging visions of “what if?”
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By Kelvin Kwa
A future winter November 2018. Th e Eye of Heaven—a prototype Chinese satellite with next generation technology falls and is lost in the polar icecap. Th e race begins when two superpowers face off , one to learn secrets, the other to keep them. And they will send their greatest weapons wielded by their fi ercest warriors to reach the prize. Special Agent Greg Cole, a man of lethal skill, pathological appetites, and a Machiavellian intellect, who engineered the theft of the satellite. For him, retrieving its secrets would be a career-making coup and nothing; no one was going to stand in his way—friend, foe, or innocent bystander. SEAL Command Master Chief Carter Bohem—an aging warrior given one fi nal chance to prove he can still run with the wolves, never questioned his orders or his purpose . . . until this mission. Until his orders called for murder. Colonel Xiang Lai Peng of the People’s Republic of China—Tasked by his government to retrieve the satellite at all costs, this elite unit commander will lead his men into an unimaginable nightmare where the price of success will be all too high. Captain Marcus Cartaneo USN—Commander of the USS Seawolf, a submarine bristling with a frightening array of weaponry and the combined technological might of a superpower. Yet, its weakness lies in the tragedy haunted crew on the verge of mutiny against a commanding offi cer who has lost their trust. But natural enemies are the least of their worries for as the Arctic winter storms close in; something else has awakened deep within the ice. An elder force that once roamed ancient seas with impunity, now consigned to the realm of myth and legend has returned. Th e stories speak of its savagery; pure, insatiable and untainted by conscience or reason yet possessing immense power and fearsome intelligence. In this cold, unforgiving wasteland, man and machine will come face to face with a malevolent, unrelenting entity who will hunt them across ice, across oceans to the very doorstep of their homes. Only the survivor, only the triumphant will be the Apex Predator.
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By Andrew Scott
Across thousands of light-years, hundreds of worlds, and many races, war is brewing. An unseen enemy strikes out at the fragile balance of power in the galaxy. An old threat, originally thought dead, rises again. The dragon-shifters have all but vanished . . . or so it was thought. All but one—a man named Indari. With his power and his mind, he must forge an alliance between his people and the galactic powers of the known universe. Can one man make a difference in a war fought against an enemy they’ve yet to understand?
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By Andrew Scott
Across thousands of light-years, hundreds of worlds, and many races, war is brewing. An unseen enemy strikes out at the fragile balance of power in the galaxy. An old threat, originally thought dead, rises again. The dragon-shifters have all but vanished . . . or so it was thought. All but one—a man named Indari. With his power and his mind, he must forge an alliance between his people and the galactic powers of the known universe. Can one man make a difference in a war fought against an enemy they’ve yet to understand?
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By William T. Wilhite
Up until now, we have had Will Settles, his wife to be, his best friend Sean Wilson, and their brilliant family and friends. They shared life and love on Lunar 1. The first Lunar colony in the year 2026. The story thus far, has been in our Milky Way galaxy. Now join G-Nik in the Evif Star System on planet Hetrae many light years from the Milky Way. Rise with G-Nik as he starts his life in a galaxy far, far from his own. There are Doronians, Tilians, and Saurians. The Time Keeper, the Cave of Regit, and the Hidden Valley, and much, much more. Book III will tell the story of how making a mistake does not define our life. The Return is how our characters managed to get home after the journey.
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By Michael Thoreau
Once again, Michael Thoreau is sent to London to diffuse a possible embarrassment to the British and US governments. His brother’s wife arrived from Kenya, along with their six brothers, to avenge the death of Kenga Mackenami. They are convinced that Mike is responsible and have no qualms in performing a transgression in public. One of the brothers has sacrificed himself to conduct the ultimate.
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