Science Fiction

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The Mine

Rating: 3.5
A know-it-all guy named Joel finds a time portal deep beneath the Earth and gets stuck in 1941, affecting many lives and ultimately becoming a very different person.
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The Wails of Mother Earth

Rating: 2.5
A story about a young boy struggling through a world mired in war and strife.
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Beanum Infinitum

Rating: 4
This absurd and brief work of fiction begins with a bubble and ends with a sheep talking about a dancing bean.
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Shift Omnibus Edition

Rating: 5
SHIFT is the sequel (or prequel, or alternate perspective) to WOOL. Like that series, SHIFT is set (partly) in a post-apocalyptic future where humans live in underground silos, protected from a toxic world outside, governed by the Pact that tells them the rules of living.
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Robyn's Egg: A Futuristic Thriller

Rating: 4
At an unspecified time in the future, big business controls nearly all aspects of civilized life. From clothing that displays ads based on nearby consumers to food production that comes from only one company, escaping the vice of control is nearly impossible.
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Memory’s Wake

Rating: 4
A dark-haired girl dressed in blue jeans and a tee-shirt wakes up in a world filled with magical spells and wizards, but no recollection of her past.
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The Burning of Cherry Hill

Rating: 5
The Burning of Cherry Hill is a tale set in a dystopian future, but it begins in a pastoral paradise.
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Fallen Spire

Rating: 3
Fallen Spire begins with a man haunted by Shades who torture him when he fails to do their bidding. But when he follows their commands, he unleashes a hell on earth, with the Spire at the center of civilization collapsing and releasing demons into the world to tear, maim, destroy and consume all living things.
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The Blind Pig

Rating: 5
The year is 2063 and 40-year-old Angela Anselm is a reporter who writes a nutrition column for a publication called “The Well.”
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Truth City

Rating: 4.5
Truth City is a perfect world where the all-knowing Truth Machine keeps society safe and honest.
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The Ones

Rating: 1.5
Claire is an innocent young woman who leads a blameless life, beloved by her many friends and her pet dog Sammy - so why is she being pursued by nameless, faceless enemies who radiate pure evil?
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Leather to the Corinthians

Rating: 2
In a dystopic alternative reality where rampant consumerism makes everyone speak in catch-phrases and slogans, Sell Inc. is waging a war-for-profit between the King and his right-hand man.
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Daimones

Rating: 1
A post-apocalyptic story with primarily personal dimensions, exploring how a family deals with being very nearly the last family on Earth, and their reckoning with forces more powerful than any they could have reckoned.
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Ascension (Legacy of Ruin)

Rating: 3
Elemia is a distant land under the power of a strange force called the Ruin. Cities like Metropia that once brimmed with the hustle and bustle of urban life now stand mostly silent.
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The Colony

Rating: 3.5
Blaine C. Readler’s science fiction novel, The Colony, creates a terrifying antagonist in picturesque rural Wisconsin.
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Behold A Dark Mirror

Rating: 3
Teleportation technology has opened the galaxy to human colonization and travel, and Consolidated Shipping Enterprises (ConSEnt), the company founded by the inventor, is now one of the most powerful forces in human economy and government.
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A Bad Veterinarian Never Goes Hungry

Rating: 2.5
Dr. George Washington Carver, understandably nicknamed “Peanut”, was once a physicist who created a device called the Prophet, which created a rift in spacetime and received a message from the future.
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The Kronos Interference

Rating: 4
Doctor Jacob Newman is on his way to make a presentation when a man, who claims to be a friend of his grandfather’s, stops him and asks him about “Landsberg”.
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Dreams of the Queen

Rating: 3
Dr. Cassiopeia Baros is a scientist with a mission – to create a self-contained, transversible wormhole in her laboratory.
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Unnatural Selection

Rating: 3
A shamelessly Darwinist adventure that illustrates a world in which all natural resources are depleted. The human race is forced to return to a primitive state in an effort to survive.
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The Toadhouse Trilogy: Book One

Rating: 5
The Toadhouse Trilogy begins like a lyrical but ominous dream sequence, where a rat-faced man man warns young Aine, the protagonist, that “there is one uglier than me, fair child, uglier than a hundred of me. And he’s coming for you.”
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Reternity

Rating: 4
Neal Wooten has woven together bible-based Christianity, cutting-edge science and a surprise element of fantasy. Wooten’s tale is a coming-of-age story concerning a young man conflicted between Christianity and a deep fascination with science.
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The Mercury Vapor Lamp Experience: A Story of Aspergers and Aliens

Rating: 4
Reminiscent of the beloved classic, "E.T", Howard J. Levinson has written a science fiction gem that leads the reader on an innocent and unearthly journey to an ultimate battle between good and evil.
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Scat

Rating: 3
The narrative begins in July, 2203 in the Sinai Peninsula. Earth is divided into Western and Eastern Blocs, there are 21 billion people to feed and resources are dwindling. The people’s only hope for survival, besides seeking what's left of Earth’s minerals, is to mine the Outer-Rim planets.