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Best Free Adventure Books of 2024

  • The Great Future Mashup reviews

    The Great Future Mashup Book Reviews

    Randal Sloan

    A fun Mashup! Three series in one. Get to know the characters from all three. SciFi and fantasy, magic and technology meet and none of the Futures will be the same. Three groups of...

  • Future Adventures reviews

    Future Adventures Book Reviews

    Patty Jansen, Aurora Springer, JJ Green, M.T. McGuire, George Saoulidis, D.M. Pruden, Drew Avera & Andrew M. Crusoe

    Eight complete Adventure Science Fiction novels Watcher's Web by Patty Jansen Europa by Aurora Springer Few Are Chosen by M.T. McGuire The Truth Beyond The Sky by Andrew M. Cr...

  • Chrysalis reviews

    Chrysalis Book Reviews

    G.S. Jennsen

    In the cuttingedge laboratories of Asterion Prime, a new manner of life emerges: sentient artificial intelligence. But when the government responds by trying to shut down the AIs b...

  • Del Rey and Bantam Books 2015 Sampler reviews

    Del Rey and Bantam Books 2015 Sampler Book Reviews

    Diana Gabaldon, Robin Hobb, Terry Brooks, Kevin Hearne & Pierce Brown

    Visionary new worlds come to life once again in this eBook sampler featuring thirtyone excerpts from Del Rey and Bantam Books! Collected here are hints of the best science fiction ...

  • Keep Off The Grass reviews

    Keep Off The Grass Book Reviews

    Ray Daley

    Some say the entire Universe can be altered by the flapping of a butterflys wings. It is the job of this traveller to find out where his Universe is broken, and fix it. Quickly, be...

  • Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 reviews

    Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 Book Reviews

    JK Accinni

    Winner of Awesome Trilogy/Series of The Year 2013 Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best New Series Fiction Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Be...

  • Extensis Vitae reviews

    Extensis Vitae Book Reviews

    Gregory Mattix

    Michael Reznik is a soldier who wakes up in a mysterious underground bunker, with a technologically advanced body he doesn't recognize. The people around him have cast aside f...

  • Star Rebels reviews

    Star Rebels Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    There are rebels among the stars... Meet eleven protagonists battling to save themselves and the ones they love. Human, cyborg, clone, or alien, they'll find themselves pitted...

  • To The Stars reviews

    To The Stars Book Reviews

    Thomas Stone

    TO THE STARS is the first book in a trilogy concerning an intrepid group of space explorers in 2107. Harry Irons dreams of escaping an overcrowded Earth by working for one of the g...

  • Hellfire - Treachery reviews

    Hellfire - Treachery Book Reviews

    Simon Goodson

    Don't.  Get.  Caught. The only thing worse than fighting a Hellship, powerful starships controlled by entities of pure evil,  is being captured by o...

  • Free Fall reviews

    Free Fall Book Reviews

    Peter Cawdron

    Jackson is an astronaut testing a prototype interstellar craft in deep space. When he returns home, there’s no one to greet him. Earth has fallen silent. Now he must decidestay in ...

  • Guardian reviews

    Guardian Book Reviews

    W.J. May

    What you are looking for is not out there, it's in you ... Stass had told her the story a thousand times. She was ten years old when he found her, lost and alone in the harsh ...

  • The DrearGyre reviews

    The DrearGyre Book Reviews

    Leslie Lee

    Romulans. A race that defines treachery in the extreme, they practice suspicion to the highest degree. They trust no one. Not even each other. In particular, they don’t trust the F...

  • The Fire People reviews

    The Fire People Book Reviews

    Ray Cummings

    First published in 1922, "The Fire People" by one of the masters of early science fiction, Ray Cummings, is the second novel of trilogy of tales of Matter, Space, and Tim...

  • The Aurora City reviews

    The Aurora City Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    Alien creatures are set to invade and overrun Earth. The secret to stopping them may be hidden within a mysterious computer that can only be accessed through the use of a strange, ...

  • The World with a Thousand Moons reviews

    The World with a Thousand Moons Book Reviews

    Edmond Hamilton

    Lance Kenniston felt the cold realization of failure as he came out of the building into the sharp chill of the Martian night. He stood for a moment, his lean, drawn face haggard i...

  • The Omega Seed reviews

    The Omega Seed Book Reviews

    J. E. Moore

    Alien spaceships come to Earth through a worm hole and hide beneath the oceans in preparation to complete a centuriesold mission. above the submerged starcruisers are tens of thous...

  • QUANTUM Civil War reviews

    QUANTUM Civil War Book Reviews

    Stephen Arseneault

    A lifetime lived in under a minute... Impossible, everyone thought. Until now. An Opamari scientist has found a way. By cloning a subject and sending the clone back in time, the su...

  • Copy, Write reviews

    Copy, Write Book Reviews

    Ray Daley

    An advertising agency in the golden age of radio is no place for a science fiction writer. Or is it? Find out inside!

  • The Betwixt Book One reviews

    The Betwixt Book One Book Reviews

    Odette C. Bell

    A mysterious past, a grand destiny – can a simple waitress save the galaxy? Mini’s just a waitress in a dingy space bar. But when her mysterious past comes knocking on her door in ...

  • Day 115 on an Alien World reviews

    Day 115 on an Alien World Book Reviews

    Jeannette Bedard

    A barren world. A crashed colony ship. A saboteur at work. After a tarnished military record leaves her unable to find work on Earth, Margo is hunting for a fresh start. A colonizi...

  • Out of Darkness reviews

    Out of Darkness Book Reviews

    E.B. Dawson

    Sixteenyearold Logan Bailey finds herself forcefully recruited into an underground paramilitary organization. Outperformed by the older candidates, Logan doesn't unde...

  • Negation Force reviews

    Negation Force Book Reviews

    Anthony James

    Negation Force. A planet without power, locked down by an alien war fleet. The human Confederation has known an unprecedented time of peace, unheard of in a universe where every ot...

  • Bypass Gemini reviews

    Bypass Gemini Book Reviews

    Joseph R. Lallo

    In a distant future, Trevor "Lex" Alexander was shaping up to be the next great race pilot until a fixed race got him banned from the sport. Reduced to making freelance d...

  • Peace Warrior reviews

    Peace Warrior Book Reviews

    Steven L. Hawk

    It’s the mid21st century when Sergeant First Class Grant Justice is killed during an ambush on an enemy tank column. Six hundred years later, his body is retrieved from the frozen,...

  • The Master of the World reviews

    The Master of the World Book Reviews

    Jules Verne

    A series of unexplained happenings occur across the eastern United States, caused by objects moving with such great speed that they are nearly invisible. The firstperson narrator J...

  • Rogue Stars reviews

    Rogue Stars Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    Sometimes you have to go Rogue ... Jump into eight fulllength novels exploring the last great frontier. Rogue Stars has alien invasions, artificial intelligence, galactic intrigue,...

  • Savage Stars reviews

    Savage Stars Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    The universe can be savage, but these heroes won’t go down without a fight. Six fulllength novels by bestselling authors that explore the far reaches of the universe, the limits of...

  • Poppy Bloom reviews

    Poppy Bloom Book Reviews

    Rebekah Dodson

    Vicki Morel believes she and Will, her gorgeous fiancé, have it all. They're living the American dream. That is, until Portland, Oregon is leveled by a terrorist grade light w...

  • Apocalypse reviews

    Apocalypse Book Reviews

    Kyle West

    A worldending meteor. An invasion of monsters. A desperate fight for survival... Alex Keener has lived all of his sixteen years in Bunker 108. He's walked the same metal halls...

  • The Blue Ghost Mystery reviews

    The Blue Ghost Mystery Book Reviews

    Harold Leland Goodwin

    When the ghost of a Civil War soldier, killed visiting his sweetheart across enemy lines, comes back to haunt the Virginian locals at an old mine, Rick Brant and his exmarine colle...

  • Time Up reviews

    Time Up Book Reviews

    Justin McLachlan

    Life used to be pretty simple for Dr. Van Jacobs, until a dead guy rolled into his emergency room and didn’t have the courtesy to stay dead. From there, things got a little insane....

  • Descent into the Void reviews

    Descent into the Void Book Reviews

    Steve P. Vincent

    Enjoy this explosive science fiction series by USA Today Bestselling author Steve P. Vincent… Sergeant Talon Stiler thought he’d been through hell. Then he got sent to Baker V.&...

  • Oblivion Gate Episode One reviews

    Oblivion Gate Episode One Book Reviews

    Odette C. Bell

    There’s a gate to another world. The government has known about it for years. Beyond, lies a land like no other. Xandia, the treasure of the gods. Sergeant Mark Sheppard is a membe...

  • Alice In Virtuality reviews

    Alice In Virtuality Book Reviews

    Norman Turrell

    A scifi action adventure in virtual reality from the British author of the best selling short story collection 'Points of Possibility' and 'Generational'. Marti...

  • The Price For Peace reviews

    The Price For Peace Book Reviews

    W.J. May

    How do you keep fighting when you've already been claimed? When sixteenyearold Elise is ripped from her home and taken to the royal palace as a permanent 'guest', sh...

  • Chasing Violet reviews

    Chasing Violet Book Reviews

    C.L. Scholey & Rena Marks

    Violet Knight is tired of men hooking up with her for her money. She caught the latest loser pantsdown and rumpup one week before the wedding. Now she's upgraded her honeymoon...

  • The Starship Sneak reviews

    The Starship Sneak Book Reviews

    Marc DeGeorge

    Five friends, lots of aliens, one big conspiracy. Renton (Rance) Quigley He’ had two big dreams, and he was failing miserably at both. His firstto fight injustice throughout the Ga...

  • Galaxy Spies reviews

    Galaxy Spies Book Reviews

    Philip R Benge

    The year is 2474, Jean Summers has to travel the depths of space to battle gangsters and Fascists in her bid to find her missing brother. Along the way she meets Ray Connors who jo...

  • The Source reviews

    The Source Book Reviews

    William G. Gee

    Despite the best efforts of the US Government's Military and Intelligence Services to cover up events behind a devastating massacre of Apache helicopters and their crews durin...

  • Tentacles and Teeth reviews

    Tentacles and Teeth Book Reviews

    Ariele Sieling

    The apocalypse wasn't what anyone expectedno rising flood waters, no zombies, no nuclear bombs. Instead, monsters. Their sudden invasion left the world in shatters, and now...

  • The Elitist Supremacy reviews

    The Elitist Supremacy Book Reviews

    Niranjan

    Alexander Selwood is hiding many secrets. Being the first immortal is only one of them. He is also hunted by the despotic ruler of Cynfor, Cesar Thaxter the man ruling the galaxy f...

  • The Flashfall Sword reviews

    The Flashfall Sword Book Reviews

    W.G. Hladky

    IndieReader Approved and Readers' Favorite Recommended, The Flashfall Sword is a followup to W.G. Hladky's wellreceived debut novel, The Book of Ruin . Senior Chief Weir&...

  • The Sex Slaves of Borlunth reviews

    The Sex Slaves of Borlunth Book Reviews

    Lee Willard

    In 3818ad. the stargate has only recently opened to the planet Kassidor and people from other planets can now reach this huge and ancient world. Dorrick’s new field assignment is t...

  • The Eyes Have It reviews

    The Eyes Have It Book Reviews

    Philip K. Dick

    A little whimsy, now and then, makes for good balance. Theoretically, you could find this type of humor anywhere. But only a topflight sciencefictionist, we thought, could have wri...

  • Chaos reviews

    Chaos Book Reviews

    Demelza Carlton

    A Find Your Fate science fiction tale...where YOU are the main character, and YOU choose the story! Forced to flee your home world, now you're a pilot, fighting in a war for a...

  • All of the Above reviews

    All of the Above Book Reviews

    Timothy Scott Bennett

    When President Linda Travis is briefed at gunpoint and told of the humanalien conspiracy that secretly controls her government, she does something none of her predecessors dared to...

  • Dieselpunk Epulp Showcase 2 reviews

    Dieselpunk Epulp Showcase 2 Book Reviews

    John Picha, Grant Gardiner, Jack Philpott, Jose Cepeda, Anita Dime, N.R. Grabe, Rick “Paladin” Pratt, Russell Secord & John Taylor

    This scifi smorgasbord serves up 9 retro tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1920s 1940s. It drops you into the deco chiseled cities of alternate Americana, airlifts you t...

  • Who Is Willing reviews

    Who Is Willing Book Reviews

    M.C.A. Hogarth

    Alysha Forrest is looking forward to her assignment as the Songlance's newest lieutenant, particularly when it gets her placed as the liaison to the ship's water environm...

  • Teleport reviews

    Teleport Book Reviews

    Aswin Rai & Brenda Layman

    In a new world, an experimental chamber..., a teleportation machine that could revolutionize everything was unveiled by a brilliant but eccentric scientist. But a glitch led to onl...

  • The Ethereal Vision reviews

    The Ethereal Vision Book Reviews

    Liam Donnelly

    Jane has always suppressed her dormant paranormal abilities: telepathy, clairvoyance, psychokinesis. The only significant thing that she connects them to is a devastating accident ...

  • Salvage-5 reviews

    Salvage-5 Book Reviews

    Brian K. Larson

    Retired Colonel Tucker Petersen is suddenly recalled to active duty and put in charge of the Salvage5 mining/recovery mission. Tucker travels with his crew to discover what went wr...

  • Deep Crossing reviews

    Deep Crossing Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    No one on Earth could ever convince Adrian Tarn to take an untested prototype spacecraft deeper into unexplored space than anyone had ever been, to retrieve a mysterious artifact n...

  • Hurt World One and the Zombie Rats reviews

    Hurt World One and the Zombie Rats Book Reviews

    Stuart Parker

    It is the year 2092. Mas, the world’s most wanted poacher, has resurfaced after many years on the run and her trail of carnage is soon stretching from the Central American jungle t...

  • The Big Time reviews

    The Big Time Book Reviews

    Fritz Leiber

    The Big Time (1958) is a short science fiction novel by Fritz Leiber. It was awarded the Hugo Award during 1958. The Big Time is a story involving only a few characters, but with a...

  • Hood No. 1 reviews

    Hood No. 1 Book Reviews

    J.M. Thomas

    A life spent in the shadows, hiding from the forces who would do him harm, leaves Paul Ventura with little to do other than simply survive from one day to the next. He finds no saf...

  • Alien Abduction reviews

    Alien Abduction Book Reviews

    Terry Compton

    Volume 1 in the Alcantaran series. Ron Calvin, Tik Michi and Gusissi 'Gus' Ugde Ghaolh were kidnapped from their separate planets by the Bugs. They were forced to work as...

  • A Princess of Mars reviews

    A Princess of Mars Book Reviews

    Edgar Rice Burroughs

    A Princess of Mars (1917) is a science fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series. Full of swordplay and daring feats, the novel is considered a classic...

  • The Invisible Man reviews

    The Invisible Man Book Reviews

    H.G. Wells

    The Invisible Man is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells published in 1897. Originally serialized in Pearson's Weekly in 1897, it was published as a novel the same year. ...

  • The Glass Hummingbird reviews

    The Glass Hummingbird Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    Cassiopia Cassell's IQ had tested at the genius level on more than one occasion. When tragedy strikes, her genius is suddenly driven by love, making her seem almost like a sup...

Best Paid Adventure Books of 2024

  • The Great Future Mashup reviews

    The Great Future Mashup Book Reviews

    Randal Sloan

    A fun Mashup! Three series in one. Get to know the characters from all three. SciFi and fantasy, magic and technology meet and none of the Futures will be the same. Three groups of...

  • Future Adventures reviews

    Future Adventures Book Reviews

    Patty Jansen, Aurora Springer, JJ Green, M.T. McGuire, George Saoulidis, D.M. Pruden, Drew Avera & Andrew M. Crusoe

    Eight complete Adventure Science Fiction novels Watcher's Web by Patty Jansen Europa by Aurora Springer Few Are Chosen by M.T. McGuire The Truth Beyond The Sky by Andrew M. Cr...

  • Chrysalis reviews

    Chrysalis Book Reviews

    G.S. Jennsen

    In the cuttingedge laboratories of Asterion Prime, a new manner of life emerges: sentient artificial intelligence. But when the government responds by trying to shut down the AIs b...

  • Del Rey and Bantam Books 2015 Sampler reviews

    Del Rey and Bantam Books 2015 Sampler Book Reviews

    Diana Gabaldon, Robin Hobb, Terry Brooks, Kevin Hearne & Pierce Brown

    Visionary new worlds come to life once again in this eBook sampler featuring thirtyone excerpts from Del Rey and Bantam Books! Collected here are hints of the best science fiction ...

  • Keep Off The Grass reviews

    Keep Off The Grass Book Reviews

    Ray Daley

    Some say the entire Universe can be altered by the flapping of a butterflys wings. It is the job of this traveller to find out where his Universe is broken, and fix it. Quickly, be...

  • Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 reviews

    Alien Species Intervention Books 1-3 Book Reviews

    JK Accinni

    Winner of Awesome Trilogy/Series of The Year 2013 Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Best New Series Fiction Winner of Book Junkie's Choice Awards 2013 for Be...

  • Extensis Vitae reviews

    Extensis Vitae Book Reviews

    Gregory Mattix

    Michael Reznik is a soldier who wakes up in a mysterious underground bunker, with a technologically advanced body he doesn't recognize. The people around him have cast aside f...

  • Star Rebels reviews

    Star Rebels Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    There are rebels among the stars... Meet eleven protagonists battling to save themselves and the ones they love. Human, cyborg, clone, or alien, they'll find themselves pitted...

  • To The Stars reviews

    To The Stars Book Reviews

    Thomas Stone

    TO THE STARS is the first book in a trilogy concerning an intrepid group of space explorers in 2107. Harry Irons dreams of escaping an overcrowded Earth by working for one of the g...

  • Hellfire - Treachery reviews

    Hellfire - Treachery Book Reviews

    Simon Goodson

    Don't.  Get.  Caught. The only thing worse than fighting a Hellship, powerful starships controlled by entities of pure evil,  is being captured by o...

  • Free Fall reviews

    Free Fall Book Reviews

    Peter Cawdron

    Jackson is an astronaut testing a prototype interstellar craft in deep space. When he returns home, there’s no one to greet him. Earth has fallen silent. Now he must decidestay in ...

  • Guardian reviews

    Guardian Book Reviews

    W.J. May

    What you are looking for is not out there, it's in you ... Stass had told her the story a thousand times. She was ten years old when he found her, lost and alone in the harsh ...

  • The DrearGyre reviews

    The DrearGyre Book Reviews

    Leslie Lee

    Romulans. A race that defines treachery in the extreme, they practice suspicion to the highest degree. They trust no one. Not even each other. In particular, they don’t trust the F...

  • The Fire People reviews

    The Fire People Book Reviews

    Ray Cummings

    First published in 1922, "The Fire People" by one of the masters of early science fiction, Ray Cummings, is the second novel of trilogy of tales of Matter, Space, and Tim...

  • The Aurora City reviews

    The Aurora City Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    Alien creatures are set to invade and overrun Earth. The secret to stopping them may be hidden within a mysterious computer that can only be accessed through the use of a strange, ...

  • The World with a Thousand Moons reviews

    The World with a Thousand Moons Book Reviews

    Edmond Hamilton

    Lance Kenniston felt the cold realization of failure as he came out of the building into the sharp chill of the Martian night. He stood for a moment, his lean, drawn face haggard i...

  • The Omega Seed reviews

    The Omega Seed Book Reviews

    J. E. Moore

    Alien spaceships come to Earth through a worm hole and hide beneath the oceans in preparation to complete a centuriesold mission. above the submerged starcruisers are tens of thous...

  • QUANTUM Civil War reviews

    QUANTUM Civil War Book Reviews

    Stephen Arseneault

    A lifetime lived in under a minute... Impossible, everyone thought. Until now. An Opamari scientist has found a way. By cloning a subject and sending the clone back in time, the su...

  • Copy, Write reviews

    Copy, Write Book Reviews

    Ray Daley

    An advertising agency in the golden age of radio is no place for a science fiction writer. Or is it? Find out inside!

  • The Betwixt Book One reviews

    The Betwixt Book One Book Reviews

    Odette C. Bell

    A mysterious past, a grand destiny – can a simple waitress save the galaxy? Mini’s just a waitress in a dingy space bar. But when her mysterious past comes knocking on her door in ...

  • Day 115 on an Alien World reviews

    Day 115 on an Alien World Book Reviews

    Jeannette Bedard

    A barren world. A crashed colony ship. A saboteur at work. After a tarnished military record leaves her unable to find work on Earth, Margo is hunting for a fresh start. A colonizi...

  • Out of Darkness reviews

    Out of Darkness Book Reviews

    E.B. Dawson

    Sixteenyearold Logan Bailey finds herself forcefully recruited into an underground paramilitary organization. Outperformed by the older candidates, Logan doesn't unde...

  • Negation Force reviews

    Negation Force Book Reviews

    Anthony James

    Negation Force. A planet without power, locked down by an alien war fleet. The human Confederation has known an unprecedented time of peace, unheard of in a universe where every ot...

  • Bypass Gemini reviews

    Bypass Gemini Book Reviews

    Joseph R. Lallo

    In a distant future, Trevor "Lex" Alexander was shaping up to be the next great race pilot until a fixed race got him banned from the sport. Reduced to making freelance d...

  • Peace Warrior reviews

    Peace Warrior Book Reviews

    Steven L. Hawk

    It’s the mid21st century when Sergeant First Class Grant Justice is killed during an ambush on an enemy tank column. Six hundred years later, his body is retrieved from the frozen,...

  • The Master of the World reviews

    The Master of the World Book Reviews

    Jules Verne

    A series of unexplained happenings occur across the eastern United States, caused by objects moving with such great speed that they are nearly invisible. The firstperson narrator J...

  • Rogue Stars reviews

    Rogue Stars Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    Sometimes you have to go Rogue ... Jump into eight fulllength novels exploring the last great frontier. Rogue Stars has alien invasions, artificial intelligence, galactic intrigue,...

  • Savage Stars reviews

    Savage Stars Book Reviews

    C. Gockel

    The universe can be savage, but these heroes won’t go down without a fight. Six fulllength novels by bestselling authors that explore the far reaches of the universe, the limits of...

  • Poppy Bloom reviews

    Poppy Bloom Book Reviews

    Rebekah Dodson

    Vicki Morel believes she and Will, her gorgeous fiancé, have it all. They're living the American dream. That is, until Portland, Oregon is leveled by a terrorist grade light w...

  • Apocalypse reviews

    Apocalypse Book Reviews

    Kyle West

    A worldending meteor. An invasion of monsters. A desperate fight for survival... Alex Keener has lived all of his sixteen years in Bunker 108. He's walked the same metal halls...

  • The Blue Ghost Mystery reviews

    The Blue Ghost Mystery Book Reviews

    Harold Leland Goodwin

    When the ghost of a Civil War soldier, killed visiting his sweetheart across enemy lines, comes back to haunt the Virginian locals at an old mine, Rick Brant and his exmarine colle...

  • Time Up reviews

    Time Up Book Reviews

    Justin McLachlan

    Life used to be pretty simple for Dr. Van Jacobs, until a dead guy rolled into his emergency room and didn’t have the courtesy to stay dead. From there, things got a little insane....

  • Descent into the Void reviews

    Descent into the Void Book Reviews

    Steve P. Vincent

    Enjoy this explosive science fiction series by USA Today Bestselling author Steve P. Vincent… Sergeant Talon Stiler thought he’d been through hell. Then he got sent to Baker V.&...

  • Oblivion Gate Episode One reviews

    Oblivion Gate Episode One Book Reviews

    Odette C. Bell

    There’s a gate to another world. The government has known about it for years. Beyond, lies a land like no other. Xandia, the treasure of the gods. Sergeant Mark Sheppard is a membe...

  • Alice In Virtuality reviews

    Alice In Virtuality Book Reviews

    Norman Turrell

    A scifi action adventure in virtual reality from the British author of the best selling short story collection 'Points of Possibility' and 'Generational'. Marti...

  • The Price For Peace reviews

    The Price For Peace Book Reviews

    W.J. May

    How do you keep fighting when you've already been claimed? When sixteenyearold Elise is ripped from her home and taken to the royal palace as a permanent 'guest', sh...

  • Chasing Violet reviews

    Chasing Violet Book Reviews

    C.L. Scholey & Rena Marks

    Violet Knight is tired of men hooking up with her for her money. She caught the latest loser pantsdown and rumpup one week before the wedding. Now she's upgraded her honeymoon...

  • The Starship Sneak reviews

    The Starship Sneak Book Reviews

    Marc DeGeorge

    Five friends, lots of aliens, one big conspiracy. Renton (Rance) Quigley He’ had two big dreams, and he was failing miserably at both. His firstto fight injustice throughout the Ga...

  • Galaxy Spies reviews

    Galaxy Spies Book Reviews

    Philip R Benge

    The year is 2474, Jean Summers has to travel the depths of space to battle gangsters and Fascists in her bid to find her missing brother. Along the way she meets Ray Connors who jo...

  • The Source reviews

    The Source Book Reviews

    William G. Gee

    Despite the best efforts of the US Government's Military and Intelligence Services to cover up events behind a devastating massacre of Apache helicopters and their crews durin...

  • Tentacles and Teeth reviews

    Tentacles and Teeth Book Reviews

    Ariele Sieling

    The apocalypse wasn't what anyone expectedno rising flood waters, no zombies, no nuclear bombs. Instead, monsters. Their sudden invasion left the world in shatters, and now...

  • The Elitist Supremacy reviews

    The Elitist Supremacy Book Reviews

    Niranjan

    Alexander Selwood is hiding many secrets. Being the first immortal is only one of them. He is also hunted by the despotic ruler of Cynfor, Cesar Thaxter the man ruling the galaxy f...

  • The Flashfall Sword reviews

    The Flashfall Sword Book Reviews

    W.G. Hladky

    IndieReader Approved and Readers' Favorite Recommended, The Flashfall Sword is a followup to W.G. Hladky's wellreceived debut novel, The Book of Ruin . Senior Chief Weir&...

  • The Sex Slaves of Borlunth reviews

    The Sex Slaves of Borlunth Book Reviews

    Lee Willard

    In 3818ad. the stargate has only recently opened to the planet Kassidor and people from other planets can now reach this huge and ancient world. Dorrick’s new field assignment is t...

  • The Eyes Have It reviews

    The Eyes Have It Book Reviews

    Philip K. Dick

    A little whimsy, now and then, makes for good balance. Theoretically, you could find this type of humor anywhere. But only a topflight sciencefictionist, we thought, could have wri...

  • Chaos reviews

    Chaos Book Reviews

    Demelza Carlton

    A Find Your Fate science fiction tale...where YOU are the main character, and YOU choose the story! Forced to flee your home world, now you're a pilot, fighting in a war for a...

  • All of the Above reviews

    All of the Above Book Reviews

    Timothy Scott Bennett

    When President Linda Travis is briefed at gunpoint and told of the humanalien conspiracy that secretly controls her government, she does something none of her predecessors dared to...

  • Dieselpunk Epulp Showcase 2 reviews

    Dieselpunk Epulp Showcase 2 Book Reviews

    John Picha, Grant Gardiner, Jack Philpott, Jose Cepeda, Anita Dime, N.R. Grabe, Rick “Paladin” Pratt, Russell Secord & John Taylor

    This scifi smorgasbord serves up 9 retro tales inspired by the pulp magazines of the 1920s 1940s. It drops you into the deco chiseled cities of alternate Americana, airlifts you t...

  • Who Is Willing reviews

    Who Is Willing Book Reviews

    M.C.A. Hogarth

    Alysha Forrest is looking forward to her assignment as the Songlance's newest lieutenant, particularly when it gets her placed as the liaison to the ship's water environm...

  • Teleport reviews

    Teleport Book Reviews

    Aswin Rai & Brenda Layman

    In a new world, an experimental chamber..., a teleportation machine that could revolutionize everything was unveiled by a brilliant but eccentric scientist. But a glitch led to onl...

  • The Ethereal Vision reviews

    The Ethereal Vision Book Reviews

    Liam Donnelly

    Jane has always suppressed her dormant paranormal abilities: telepathy, clairvoyance, psychokinesis. The only significant thing that she connects them to is a devastating accident ...

  • Salvage-5 reviews

    Salvage-5 Book Reviews

    Brian K. Larson

    Retired Colonel Tucker Petersen is suddenly recalled to active duty and put in charge of the Salvage5 mining/recovery mission. Tucker travels with his crew to discover what went wr...

  • Deep Crossing reviews

    Deep Crossing Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    No one on Earth could ever convince Adrian Tarn to take an untested prototype spacecraft deeper into unexplored space than anyone had ever been, to retrieve a mysterious artifact n...

  • Hurt World One and the Zombie Rats reviews

    Hurt World One and the Zombie Rats Book Reviews

    Stuart Parker

    It is the year 2092. Mas, the world’s most wanted poacher, has resurfaced after many years on the run and her trail of carnage is soon stretching from the Central American jungle t...

  • The Big Time reviews

    The Big Time Book Reviews

    Fritz Leiber

    The Big Time (1958) is a short science fiction novel by Fritz Leiber. It was awarded the Hugo Award during 1958. The Big Time is a story involving only a few characters, but with a...

  • Hood No. 1 reviews

    Hood No. 1 Book Reviews

    J.M. Thomas

    A life spent in the shadows, hiding from the forces who would do him harm, leaves Paul Ventura with little to do other than simply survive from one day to the next. He finds no saf...

  • Alien Abduction reviews

    Alien Abduction Book Reviews

    Terry Compton

    Volume 1 in the Alcantaran series. Ron Calvin, Tik Michi and Gusissi 'Gus' Ugde Ghaolh were kidnapped from their separate planets by the Bugs. They were forced to work as...

  • A Princess of Mars reviews

    A Princess of Mars Book Reviews

    Edgar Rice Burroughs

    A Princess of Mars (1917) is a science fantasy novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs, the first of his Barsoom series. Full of swordplay and daring feats, the novel is considered a classic...

  • The Invisible Man reviews

    The Invisible Man Book Reviews

    H.G. Wells

    The Invisible Man is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells published in 1897. Originally serialized in Pearson's Weekly in 1897, it was published as a novel the same year. ...

  • The Glass Hummingbird reviews

    The Glass Hummingbird Book Reviews

    E. R. Mason

    Cassiopia Cassell's IQ had tested at the genius level on more than one occasion. When tragedy strikes, her genius is suddenly driven by love, making her seem almost like a sup...