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Science Fiction

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Cryo-Man

By Kevin George

Rating:  star star star star star 

CRYO-MAN follows the adventures of Nikolas Edwards. Nikolas died of a long-term disease but made plans to have him cryogenically frozen. He awakens in the far future after being turned into a robot/human hybrid and journeys to recover his lost memories.

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The Earl of Brass

By Kara Jorgensen

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE EARL OF BRASS is a charming novel that incorporates steampunk devices, fantasy elements, and romance in a story that examines the social expectations of Victorian society.

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The Bird Room

By Chad Hoffman

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE BIRD ROOM is an eclectic gathering of short stories, some of which fit neatly into the traditional horror genre, though most of them are completely and wholly psychological horror stories.

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PsyBot: A Novel of the Near Future

By Nowick Gray

Rating:  star star star star star 

In the near future, Joe Norton works at a tech company. His girlfriend just broke up with him for sleeping with her sister, but his troubles have really just begun. He experiences a series of weird fantasies and visions and it becomes apparent he is the victim of a disturbing new experiment: a computer virus designed to infect a human brain.

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Alethea

By Jesse Arnold

Rating:  star star star star star 

ALETHEA has perhaps the most gripping opening of any independently-published novel in recent memory.

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Counterfeit Youth

By Narbeh Avanessian

Rating:  star star star star star 

A wealthy young man with everything going for him attempts to find eternal life.

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The Faithful

By S.M. Freedman

Rating:  star star star star star 

Inspired by the February 15, 2013 crash of a meteor in Russia; author S.M. Freedman has written a novel that explores religion, love, faith, science and humor.

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The Northern Star

By Mike Gullickson

Rating:  star star star star star 

THE NORTHERN STAR: THE BEGINNING is a big a stew of, among other genres, cyberpunk, dystopian sci-fi, political thriller, body horror and whatever genre is the one with giant fighting robots.

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Spanners

By Jon Maas

Rating:  star star star star star 

Adam Parr is a Spanner. He looks human but he is over 8,000 years old and is part of a species that has been living among humans for as long as he can remember.

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Autumn in Carthage

By Christopher Zenos

Rating:  star star star star star 

Nathan Price is a solitary man. An academic by profession, his dark side prevented him from bonding with others except on a superficial level. There was one exception, his friend Jamie, who has gone missing.

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Bloom

By Martin Kee

Rating:  star star star star star 

BLOOM relates the respective stories of Tennyson Middlebrook and his best friend, Allison, young children living in a world that is on the brink of collapse thanks to a parasitic fungus called “bloom” and that of Lil’it, a feh considered less than human who is passed around like an abused puppy bought on a whim.

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The Terminals: Spark

By Michael F. Stewart

Rating:  star star star star star 

A suicidal Army officer is given a chance at redemption through a bizarre secret program that involves getting information from the dead.