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Definition of the "Science Fiction Genre": The focus of this subgenre of fiction is science and technology, especially as they will possibly exist in a future time. Some of the typical aspects of a Science Fiction ebook are time travel, future worlds with technology that may not even be contemplated at this point, aliens and other life forms, and travelling in space. What separates the Science Fiction subgenre from the Fantasy subgenre of fiction is that the imagined or invented elements of a Science Fiction novel typically have more of a probability of existing. They are based upon scientific principles, not principles of magic.
Some examples of bestselling ebooks in the Science Fiction genre are Frank Herbert (Dune), Isaac Asimov (Foundation), Orson Scott Card (Ender's Game) and George Orwell (1984).
From Stan Lee, the pop culture legend behind Marvel’s The Avengers™, Black Panther™, X-Men™, Spider-Man™, The Fantastic Four™, and Iron Man™, comes a major literary event featuring two heroic teenagers—one born with extraordinary gifts, one unwillingly transformed. Together they can change the world . . . or put it in the destructive hands of a danger beyond imagination.
Set in Stan Lee’s Alliances Universe, co-created by Lee, Luke Lieberman, and Ryan Silbert, and along with Edgar Award–nominated co-writer Kat Rosenfield, Stan Lee delivers a novel packed with the pulse-pounding, breakneck adventure and the sheer exuberant invention that have defined his career as the creative mastermind behind Marvel’s spectacular universe.
“Leave it to Stan Lee to save his very best for last. A Trick of Light is as heartfelt and emotional as it is original and exciting. What a movie this one will make.”—James Patterson
“For lovers of Stan Lee this is nothing short of a publishing event! (And, honestly, who the hell doesn’t love Stan Lee?) Beguiling, cinematic, operatic, A Trick of Light is a bracing espresso first thing in the morning and the thrum of a familiar love deep at night.”—Gary Shteyngart, author of Absurdistan and Lake Success
Necromancy has been forbidden in the Five Kingdoms for centuries, its secrets erased from existence... until now. High Prince Henry’s dark mage, Dredmort, has discovered a mythical artifact that will provide him with the power to unleash an ancient evil not seen in Anoria for centuries.
Khaldun lost his parents to the plague when he was only a child. The wayfarer sorcerer, Nomad, has raised him and trained him to be a wizard like his father. He's reached an age where most mages would go off to the university to continue their studies, but they won't admit him because he's a wayfarer. Living in the shadow of his father's legacy, Khaldun longs to prove himself; when the opportunity arises, will he be equal to the task?
Mira grew up with the wayfarers, but her mother sent her to a faraway holding to live with her father many years ago. But she despised the constraints of the highborn life, and yearned for the freedom of the wayfarers. Older now, she's chosen to return to the troupe, immediately rekindling her relationship with Khaldun. Although Mira's also a mage, her powers have taken a strange turn--making her a target for the high prince.
But the very night that Mira returns, their world is turned upside down. When soldiers pursue a rogue messenger through their camp, Khaldun and Mira find themselves drawn into a conflict that could forever alter the future of the continent. Henry is now poised to plunge Anoria into darkness and despair; can Khaldun and Mira stop him before it's too late?
★★★★★ "Fast paced and gripping. Lots of twists and turns."
Wizard is the first book in the Mage Saga, an epic fantasy series. If you like sword-and-sorcery fantasy, filled with magic and mystery, adventure and suspense, then The Mage Saga will keep you on the edge of your seat, wanting more!
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Seventeen-year-old Blue Faust is no stranger to starting over. Her family tends to uproot her quite often. This time, Blue vows to make the move count, vying to make friends and change her life as she knows it
But when an earthquake hits, Blue's life is shaken up more than she could ever imagine.
Accidentally traveling through time and space, ordinary Blue and her new friends find themselves in an extraordinary world full of adventure, surprises, and danger they never realized existed. Suddenly, Blue doesn't know who she can trust. After all, earthlings are being killed by an enemy with an unknown agenda. And little by little, as emotions heighten, she realizes some of her friends are not who she thought they were. As her heart gets pulled in different directions, can Blue battle her way home, or is she fated to stay in this new world--whether she wants to or not?
A series of events begins a shocking revelation that will change everything. Strange lights in the night sky, the disappearance of scientists on the verge of a breakthrough -a growing threat emerges from an unknown enemy- and the chosen few who will decide the fate of humanity...
Piper never wanted this, but now she's hearing voices- the pleas of her dead brother, telling her to run. Elsner, already down and out, risks destruction investigating a UFO cult. Perry once envisioned a doomsday emergency no one expected, but actually comes true. Thorne, a treacherous spymaster, plays both sides in his quest to survive the coming onslaught.
For Earth's inhabitants there remain many possibilities, yet one devastating reality: we are not alone.
When tragedy strikes a young boy is forced to become a warrior. To escape a perilous royal life, Soron and Velaina disappear to the small village of Elderwood, a magicless kingdom, to raise their son in secret. But when their child Nathan begins to show special powers, they realize they are no longer safe. Soon they’ll have to reveal their secrets to Nathan. However, before they can tell Nathan the truth, a cruel and arrogant Duke attacks and kills most of the people in their small village, including Nathan’s parents. Nathan finds himself lost and alone with his heart set on revenge. With the help of his Uncle Verin, he continues the training his father started. But the Duke isn’t finished. He’s returned to kill the survivors, especially Nathan, to hide his crimes from the world. Unable to locate Nathan, the Duke kidnaps Nathan’s best friends to lure Nathan to him. Anger and fear consume Nathan and the strong emotions ignite powerful magic within him. Using his new powers, Nathan is able to hunt down the Duke, but he’s in a race against time. if he can’t catch them soon he’ll lose his chance at revenge and more importantly, he’ll lose the people he loves. 85,000 words Children's/Teen sword and sorcery with coming of age elements.
Earth destroyed her family's past. Will Fire destroy its future?
The Earthspark, a cursed power that nearly destroyed Nienna's family a thousand years ago, has appeared once more, and she's the one holding the knife.
As her ill-fated power grows, so does the number of dark creatures bent on seeing her dead. Now she must choose to embrace the Earthspark or live the rest of her life like a hunted animal. But by accepting her power, her family's greatest enemy will be her only ally in the fight against the rising evil of the Fire Witch.
Can she betray her family to gain the peace she so desires? The fate of her people rests on the untried shoulders of Tellidus's secondborn and the infamous Guardian of Earth.
"The Earthspark" is the first novel in the Comstock Chronicles. It's a clean Young Adult epic fantasy that will take you on a journey of magic and family through the wild landscapes of Tellidus. Fans of "The Mark of the Raven" and "Issaura's Claws" will find a new favorite in "The Earthspark."
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The year on the human home world calendar is 2220.
Life is a bit like the sci-fi shows of the 20th Century in some ways.
In others? Not so much.
I'm on a League of Civilizations star ship. Yep. Star Ship. In space.
Currently trying to physically, and emotionally, recover from a crash where I lost my partner. All would be going fine except we also have to survive an encounter with the deadliest lifeform in the universe.
A lifeform we were starting to think was just legend.
No big deal.
If it were just about the lives on board that would be one thing. But it’s not. What we do next will impact everyone, in all the League civilizations. That’s hundreds of billions of sentients. They could all be wiped out.
I’m running out of options.
Oh yeah, and as if dealing with trying to save everyone in the universe wasn’t enough, I also have to contend with a crush on the ship’s first officer who also happens to be… yes, you guessed it, a synthetic life form.
Fuck my life.
Surviving either of these things intact is going to be a challenge.
"If you like Star Trek and devastatingly handsome androids, you'll love this series!"
Similar to: Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, and Firefly
No one knows what is happening, but everyone is trying to find out. Buck is running his big rig from the west coast. Garth is trapped in New York City with his high school friend.
With Marine training and an eighteen-wheeler, Buck heads east. With no training and no communication with his father, Garth fights just to escape New York City.
The Hadron collider in CERN. Its twin south of Denver. The Australian outback. What do these places have in common? Those who might be able to fix things are trying to figure it out while Buck doesn’t care. He is on a mission to find his son.
Is time the enemy of humanity?
Join us today in this fight for survival in an exciting new Post-Apocalyptic series.
Can British magick be saved? Hell yes.
Imagine modern Britain without magick.
No fae enclaves. No flying chairs. No magick wands. Giddy gods, no unicorns.
Who wants to live in that world?
Me neither. But with magick on the decline, that's the world we're ending up with.
Meet the Society for Magickal Heritage. Our boss is a disembodied voice. Our headquarters is a sentient house. You could say we've a vested interest in keeping magick alive.
Can a ragtag bunch of magicians, necromancers and fae prevail against inevitable ruin and decline?
Hell yes. Try and stop us.
First mission? Find the source of a magickal disease that’s decimating Britain’s troll enclaves — and fix it. Simple.
Or... maybe not. For the only place that might hold the information we need is the ancient and inconveniently lost enclave of Farringale...
Join Cordelia “Ves” Vesper and the enigmatic Society in the fight to save modern magick! Urban fantasy with attitude — and fantastic hair.
Darkness is his friend.
A world destroyed by nuclear war. “Civilization” rebuilt with iron fists. Jim Wolfe emerges from his hiding place years afterward, stronger, able to see in the dark, hampered by the daylight.
He is the Nightwalker. One man alone. Embracing honor in a world with none.
He only wants to get home. Did his wife and little boy survive? He has to find his way, walking through dens of villainy and despair, through the corrupt and the criminal.
With enemies of peace closing in on each side, how far can Wolfe make it?
“The best kind of dystopian novel: one rooted deeply in the hearts of his characters and emphasizing hope and connection over fear.… Compelling, realistic, and impossible to put down.”—Booklist
Four survivors come together as the country rebuilds in the aftermath of a devastating pandemic. With stunning foresight, this character-driven postapocalyptic suspense is an intimate, hopeful look at how people can move forward by creating something better.
How do you start over after the end of the world?
Six years after a virus wiped out most of the planet’s population, former pop star Moira is living under a new identity to escape her past—until her domineering father launches a sweeping public search to track her down. Desperate for a fresh start herself, jaded event planner Krista navigates the world for those still too traumatized to go outside, but she never reaches out on her own behalf. Rob has tried to protect his daughter, Sunny, by keeping a heartbreaking secret, but when strict government rules threaten to separate parent and child, Rob needs to prove himself worthy in the city’s eyes by connecting with people again.
Krista, Moira, Rob and Sunny meet by circumstance and their lives begin to twine together. When reports of another outbreak throw the fragile society into panic, the friends are forced to finally face everything that came before—and everything they still stand to lose. Because sometimes having one person is enough to keep the world going.
“This postapocalyptic slice-of-life novel delivers big emotions by keeping the focus small… By foregrounding family, Chen manages to imbue his apocalypse with heart, hope, and humanity. Sci-fi fans will delight in this lovingly rendered tale.”—Publisher’s Weekly
They're stranded beyond the known stars. Will Peter Dawe’s perilous mission with a brother he despises end in death?
A lost starship’s settlers, isolated on an uncharted alien world, manage to terraform a mountain-ringed valley into a rich replica of Earth. Despite their success reproducing the environment they need to survive and thrive, only tenuous forces hold together the human colony on the world of Not What We Were Looking For. The governor’s appropriation of the western settlers’ weapons for the city strains those bonds to breaking point—and then beyond when Peter Dawe’s father sends him to get the weapons back.
Twenty-year-old Peter Dawe’s restless nature easily endures the lost colony world’s rigors. His genetic modifications make it even easier. So when Peter retrieves the family weapon, he also brings back a motorbike, a piece of technology no longer available to everyone.
It would be a fine prize to keep to himself. He won it. He earned it. He quickly learns that his brother Simon lies in wait to take what isn’t his. Simon wants more than just the motorbike. He wants Peter’s glory.
But when Peter’s father forces him to take his hated older brother on Peter’s next mission, the pair must not only navigate the city’s perils and politics but learn to work together—when neither thinks the other should be in charge. Their success—and their very lives—depend on it. Or will Peter be proven right that he should have faced this task alone?
Simple Service is the first book in the immersive Martha's Sons science fiction series. If you like gripping action, insurmountable odds, and alien worlds, you’ll love Laura Montgomery’s tale of a man determined not to let family ties sabotage mission success.
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2022 RUSA Reading List: Fantasy Winner
A 2021 NEIBA Book Award Finalist
A Best of 2021 Pick in SFF for Amazon
A Best of 2021 Pick in SFF for Kobo
Included in NPR’s Favorite Sci-Fi And Fantasy Books Of The Past Decade (2011-2021)
Nebula, Locus, and Alex Award-winner P. Djèlí Clark goes full-length for the first time in his dazzling debut novel
Cairo, 1912: Though Fatma el-Sha’arawi is the youngest woman working for the Ministry of Alchemy, Enchantments and Supernatural Entities, she’s certainly not a rookie, especially after preventing the destruction of the universe last summer.
So when someone murders a secret brotherhood dedicated to one of the most famous men in history, al-Jahiz, Agent Fatma is called onto the case. Al-Jahiz transformed the world forty years ago when he opened up the veil between the magical and mundane realms, before vanishing into the unknown. This murderer claims to be al-Jahiz, returned to condemn the modern age for its social oppressions. His dangerous magical abilities instigate unrest in the streets of Cairo that threaten to spill over onto the global stage.
Alongside her Ministry colleagues and a familiar person from her past, Agent Fatma must unravel the mystery behind this imposter to restore peace to the city—or face the possibility he could be exactly who he seems…
Novellas by P. Djèlí Clark
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The Dead Djinn Universe contains stories set primarily in Clark's fantasy alternate Cairo, and can be enjoyed in any order.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
The ultimate voyage of discovery ends with the truth about yourself. The ultimate truth requires you to sacrifice your innocence. The ultimate redemption can only be gained after you confront the past.
This omnibus edition contains:
The Stars of Redemption
Inside each fighter are three types of magic. With magical weapons, they can best those more powerful than themselves.
Unless the weapons eat their soul.
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Can teenage fighter Devol and his sword Achroma locate the storied group known as the Templars?
If he does, he isn’t sure if the Templars will take him.
And if they take him, will he succeed?
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The Six Systems were known for their peaceful utopia in the Universe, but darkness is on the horizon.
A choice will be made.
Choices have consequences.
Princess Xendara was supposed to live a peaceful life.
When a mysterious spaceship attacks, her destiny is far from peaceful. Not only does she have to contend with those of the Six Systems who oppose her politically, she's also discovering a power she didn't know she had and her enemies are looking to exploit.
A prophecy will force her to make a life altering choice that will change the course of the Universe. Armed with a crystal of the Ancients, she must choose a path or her enemies will make the choice for her.
The Progenitor is a ya epic space fantasy with clean romance for young adults and is Book One of The Progenitor Chronicles.
This magical space opera fantasy series blurs the lines between epic fantasy and epic space adventures with a clean best friends to lovers romance for ya readers. Set in a magical alien space fairing utopian Universe, Xardenora, is the epitome of balance between nature and technology, where magic meets science.
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***The Progenitor Chronicles is a dual POV science fantasy space opera series with a female lead that features epic fantasy adventures in space, magical time travel, genetic engineering, utopian, dystopian, and apocalyptic space settings, clean romance and politics all set in a galactic empire at the center of the Universe.***
BOOK ONE Summary: Octavius enjoys the little bit of time he gets with his daughter; the circumstances of which casts him into a well of self hate and wishes he could go back in time to fix his mistakes. But, once his ex-wife delivers disheartening news, Octavius' life is turned upside down.
BOOK SERIES Summary: Octavius Gray just wanted his family back together, and he did whatever it took to make that happen. It was once he discovered a digital time machine hidden in the metaverse that he seized the perfect opportunity to finally have what he once lost.
First, it was desire. Second it was a means. Paired with desperate will power, he's created a loop, and he has no choice but to relive his mistakes and dabble with a mystery that is time itself, over and over, until he gets what he wants.
But when he uses up all his chances, and the vortex begins, it'll take all his wits and determination to get time to lull.
In the future, privacy is a thing of the past.
"Staggeringly smart… Hanberg's expertly honed storytelling is sleek and fast… [an] entertaining tale." —Kirkus Reviews
Nevada, 2081. Colonel Byron Shaw safeguards the world’s innermost secrets. From a control center in Area 51, he monitors the expansive surveillance system that once saved him certain death at the hands of ruthless kidnappers. But not everyone trusts technology that peers through strangers’ eyes, so it’s no shock when a guerrilla attack nearly wipes out the network and spills his blood.
Tasked with tracking down the terrorist cell, Byron sets off on a globe-spanning chase that brings him to the outer edge of Earth’s atmosphere. But as he infiltrates their ranks, a growing suspicion about the system that preserved his own life could sabotage civilization.
Torn between duty and doubt, one man’s decision could rewire humanity’s future.
The Lead Cloak is a tech-savvy sci-fi adventure novel. If you like high-stakes action, thought-provoking dystopian themes, and gripping twists, then you’ll love Erik Hanberg’s cerebral page-turner.
What value is freedom when you can’t even ride a dragon?
As the life of a slave goes, Kantees doesn't have it too bad. Being responsible for a racing dragon means her existence is more than just drudgery and fear, even if her life is at the whim of her masters and their rules.
But when her dragon wakes her in the middle of the night Kantees is forced to make a life-or-death decision that breaks her masters’ rules and means her own life is forfeit.
Escaping on the back of dragons, with a hodgepodge of unwelcome associates, she attempts to right a wrong that can never be fixed. Until, ultimately, she must put her own life on the line to keep the freedom she has stolen for herself.
The first book in the Dragons of Esternes Epic fantasy series.
Interview with the Author
Q - So, what makes the Dragons of Esternes series special?
A - I don't think there's just one thing that sets them apart because what I wanted to do was to write the kind of book that I like to read when it comes to fantasy. My favourites usually involve dragons and my first read was Anne McCaffreys' Dragonriders of Pern, though movies like Dragonheart and Dragonslayer certainly appealed to me too.
Of course the Dragonflight books aren't technically fantasy but in a similar way the Patterners World, which is where these books are set, also have a very strong scientific background, although in this case it really is pure fantasy.
I don't like books with padding, to be honest, I don't think anyone does. That's one thing you won't find here. The stories are taut and fast-paced, they will keep you turning the pages - there's never a dull moment.
Then with a POC lead character and a wealth of interesting supporting characters, plus a unique take on Dragons themselves I don't think there's much not to like.
Q - What order should I read the books in?
A - There's just the four books and this is the order:
- Rebel Dragon
- Outlaw Dragon
- Heretic Dragon
- Battle Dragon
There is a prequel "Racing Dragon" but that's only available to my newsletter subscribers.
Q - So, who should give these books a try?
A - Anyone who wants a unique approach to fantasy, in a world that is both familiar and utterly different. But ultimately anyone who loved Anne McCaffrey's Pern books, Anne McCaffrey, Christopher Paolini's Eragon series, or writers like Naomi Novik and Robin Hobb. Or maybe they just want to have their own dragons like Daenerys Targaryen.
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Katie McGuire just died, and that’s where her story begins. Because in a world where Vampires have civil rights, the last thing they can allow is for mortals to think that people are being turned against their will. So in order to maintain the fragile peace, a 600-year-old Vampire must bring Katie into the fold - or silence her forever.
She can't run, and she can't hide, not with midterms, a pregnant best friend, and a nerdy new love interest all needing her attention. Katie must learn to navigate the horrors of high school while trying to figure out what to do with the rest of her afterlife.
This is the story of Katie McGuire, Vampire.