Electronic Gags: A Dystopian Thriller by Kudakwashe Muzira

Will privacy and freedom return to America?

In the not-too-distant future democracy falls and America becomes a presidential dictatorship. Life gets tougher for the people when the government introduces a new surveillance system that can monitor offline conversations.

Freddie is not the archetypal action hero. He is fat and he is not an ex-special forces operative. But what he lacks in agility and combat training, he has in brains. His life changes when the government arrests his best friend, Michael. Michael’s mother accuses Freddie of betraying her son. Freddie must prove his innocence and save Michael from death row. The only way for Freddie to save Michael is to overthrow the government. But the government is watching him. It is watching everyone.

Author: Kudakwashe Muzira

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
82 reviews

The Memory Man: A Short Story by Helen Smith

The Memory Man is a darkly comic literary short story from bestselling British author Helen Smith. Two women become friends in an abandoned post-apocalyptic building. A psychic makes contact with a lost soul. His apprentice tries to find news of a man he has lost touch with. Fragments of memories are traded and twisted. Friendship provides comfort, but the recovery of memories brings torment rather than reassurance – until truth becomes secondary to survival.

Recommended for readers who enjoyed The Miracle Inspector by Helen Smith.
Smith has an extraordinarily rich imagination that never fails to surprise and delight. Huffpost Books

This story is free to borrow with Kindle Unlimited or Amazon Prime.

Author: Helen Smith

Rating: Rating: 4.80 / 5
26 reviews

Stars Rain Down (Biotech Legacy Book 1) by Chris J. Randolph

Meet Marcus Donovan; astronomer, day dreamer, and smart ass. He was just another researcher in a jumpsuit until he saw something that didn’t fit. At the time, it seemed to be nothing but a blip on a sensor read-out, an asteroid that wasn’t an asteroid, but it became his obsession. He named it Zebra-1, and now he’s hurtling through the solar system on a mission to see it in person.

Meanwhile, the Earth has its own visitors. Seven massive vessels appear out of nowhere and rain hell down from orbit, reducing civilization to a pile of ashes and rubble. Our world is conquered before anyone even knows we’re under attack.

Enter Jack Hernandez, a search & rescue specialist and true blue everyday hero. After crash-landing in the wasted ruins of China, he links up with the scattered resistance and begins to fight back. Having witnessed the invaders’ arrival first hand, he’s driven to do whatever it takes to make them pay in blood.

Neither Jack nor Marcus ever could have predicted it, but humanity’s future now depends on them both. One will be bonded to an ancient warship and asked to lead, while the other is imprisoned, tortured and forced to submit; before it’s over, they’ll each face challenges beyond imagination in a savage war as old as time.

When the stars rain down from the sky, who will rise up to meet them?

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Author: Chris J. Randolph

Rating: Rating: 4.20 / 5
80 reviews

Until the End (Quarantined series Book 1) by Tracey Ward

In the End, the finale to the Quarantined Series, is available now!An outbreak of The Fever has taken hold of Portland, Oregon, bringing the population to its knees. The Fever spreads and kills quickly, but the dead aren’t staying dead.When her neighbor, Jordan, saves her from an infected, Alissa joins him in his plan to escape the city, the zombies and the threat of a quarantine that will lock the living in with the undead.What she doesn’t tell him is that she has an illness of her own, one that plays tricks with her mind and makes her a dangerous companion. But Jordan has a secret as well, one that compels him to keep Alissa, a veritable stranger, safe at all costs.As they fight for their lives and race for their freedom, they’ll discover that what they truly need in order to survive is to stay together until the end.The Quarantined Series is followed by the Survival Series, a spinoff trilogy of books chronicling life 10 years after the outbreak with a few familiar faces…*Due to language and strong zombie violence, this book is not recommended for readers under 16.

Author: Tracey Ward

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
132 reviews

The Aurora (Aurora Saga Book 1) by Adrian Fulcher

“A brilliant read!”
“This book is simply amazing.”
“Young scifi readers will enjoy this book. They will identify with the characters and enjoy the action.”
“Interesting plot line nice twist at the end.”

Londuo is an eighteen-year-old Qinant teenager who is stranded in Colorado, USA, after the spaceship Aurora is destroyed. The year is 1964. Fifty-five years later, seventeen-year-old James is living in the English countryside and thinks he is just a normal teenager. However, his mother has kept a secret from him, one that will change his life and ultimately the fate of his race.
As teenagers, Londuo and James’ paths have crossed before, in a timeline where every world in the galaxy is under threat from the Treitans. Time was supposed to have been rewritten, but yet it seems, in a war-torn galaxy, they are destined to meet again…

The Aurora is a science fiction adventure written for Young Adults, but is perfect for anyone who likes this genre.

With a loud bang, the inner event horizon drives of the Aurora started and James heard a loud crack from each side of the ship, signally that the docking clamps had disengaged.


With great speed and accuracy the Aurora quickly moved away from its clamping station and powered out through the Lonori’s open bay doors. Then, with a roar the Aurora spun towards Dagnamk. As it turned, James fired all front plasma tubes at a Treitan destroyer closing rapidly.

Directly ahead of the Aurora were two enemy heavy cruisers.

Straight down the middle, Kalrea! James thought.

The Aurora’s front and rear lasers struck out at passing fighters.



The Aurora banked sharply away from one of the cruisers, but two missiles hit the underside of the ship, pushing it off course. James peered out the front of the ship. It was now heading directly towards the other enemy cruiser.



The Aurora was already too close to the Treitan cruiser.

James watched in horror. Oh shit! he thought.

The Aurora tried to twist and bank over the top of the cruiser but it was travelling too quickly. The edge of the Aurora crashed against the Treitan ship, and like a mighty sword striking its enemy, sliced through the hull of the cruiser. Air and debris escaped from the gaping wound left behind, and Treitan bodies blown into space, spun away in the wake of the ship.

In the distance, the Qinant fleet had turned. Explosions erupting from the Rellopila lit the path of the retreating ships. The rear of the Thardopila was on fire where air was escaping and one of the Lonori’s port event horizon drives was flickering.

The Aurora was now under heavy attack. Both its multi-directional lasers worked relentlessly to intercept the missiles.


James fired three rear plasma torpedoes at the incoming missiles. There were massive explosions behind the ship. Then, suddenly three more missiles came hurtling out of the fading plasma.


Like a stone thrown violently into a lake, the Aurora entered the Dagnamk atmosphere. The perusing missiles hit the atmosphere and detonated but did not cause any damage to the Aurora. The explosions obscured James’ view of the battle.

Other books in the Aurora Saga
Immortality for Life (Book 2.)
Kalrea’s Legacy (Book3, Due out 2014.)

Author: Adrian Fulcher

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
28 reviews

Hildof and the Seven Given Souls (Book 1) by Abraham Mehmet and Pinar Hakki

The peaceful Kingdom of Calibar is invaded by the sorceress Savina and her Mudgie Army. The King and Queen are killed but the royal wizard, Tildor, tells the feline to take the baby prince to Hildof Village, where he is raised by foster parents. Eleven years later, as Savina’s lust for power grows stronger, young Leon has disturbing dreams as his latent magic powers stir to life.

When their parents are enslaved, Leon and his six culturally diverse friends meet Tildor. Under his guidance, they embark on a quest. If successful, Leon will fulfil his destined role as the Chosen One and Savina’s armies will be defeated. If they fail, the world will be plunged into chaos. Can seven children prevail against the might of sorcery and dark magic? Perhaps they can if they harness the power of the seven given souls and control their morphing powers. But before this can be attempted they have a lot of growing up to do, and much to learn about themselves and one another.

Author: Abraham Mehmet and Pinar Hakki

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
21 reviews

The Neighbourhood Witch (A Detective Story for Kids) by Gramps Doodlebug

There were cases of missing dogs in the village and Cedric suspected that their new neighbours were the ones responsible for it. When he witnessed some scary and unusual happenings at their neighbours’ house, he was almost convinced that their neighbours were practicing witchcraft. Cedric wanted his father who was a police officer to arrest their neighbours. Are they going to succeed?

Author: Gramps Doodlebug

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
6 reviews

Tommy Meets Dr. Zeus: A Tommy Tussle Adventure #2 by Larry Dean Jackson

Tommy and his friends would rather do anything than study Greek Mythology in their 5th grade class. And while their minds don’t exactly change, they suddenly find an interest in the subject. But the interest is not what you would expect. It was certainly not what they expected. As a result they find themselves in a situation where the only thing that can save them is Greek mythology.

Author: Larry Dean Jackson

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
16 reviews

Reternity by Neal Wooten and Terry J. Niblett

Reternity is the tale of Max, the esteemed (and only) child of Reverend and Mrs. Maxwell, a simple but hardworking family in the American Midwest who love their son. Their hearts, however, are heavy with trepidation as he embarks on the next chapter of his life: university, and worry about the effects of such a liberal environment on his Christian values. Their fears deepen as he cultivates his academic abilities outside of his planned seminary by enrolling in the campus-renowned class of Professor Nowak, a science teacher who proffers each semester the Near Impossible Assignment to anyone willing and brave enough to accept the challenge, for bonus points of course. Ready to put his intellect on the line, Max thrusts himself right into the scientific puzzle, and he serendipitously discovers something that even bemuses the professor himself, an invention that could change the world. But can Max push forth with his scientific investigation without alienating those he loves or compromising his Christian values? The professor and Max both embark on a quest whose destination no one around them could possibly have seen coming…

Author: Neal Wooten and Terry J. Niblett

Rating: Rating: 4.70 / 5
44 reviews

Post-Human Series Books 1-4 by David Simpson

***Great News! Book 5, Inhuman, has begun pre-sales! Pre-order your copy of the most action-packed, thrill-stuffed instalment of the Post-Human series yet by clicking here: goo.gl/RXqmIss ***.LIMITED TIME OFFER! This collection of the first 4 books of the Post-Human Series tells the epic and fast-paced story of the future of humanity and the extraordinary benefits–and profound dangers–of powerful artificial intelligence. (Special offer only to Post-Human readers)**Love the Post-Human series? Want FREE advance e-copies of my indie books for life? Then join my core advance readers list and get e-copies of my books before the official release date for FREE! All I ask for in return is that you send me feedback via email (like a test audience for a movie) so that I know I’m serving my most important and supportive readers! If you do that, you can stay on my list for life! Not a bad deal, if I do say so myself :) Haven’t read the series but think you might love it and don’t want to miss out? Email me and I’ll save you a spot while you read the series. If you love it, send me a follow up email and I’ll officially add you! I’ll be capping my advance reading list soon, but for now, I’m still taking on readers, so don’t delay and send me a personal message to posthumanmedia@gmail.com and get your exclusive spot in the Post-Human tribe!**.You can also get in touch with me on:  Facebook: facebook.com/posthuman.by.david.simpson

Author: David Simpson

Rating: Rating: 4.50 / 5
800 reviews