Best Books: Sci Fi

1 A Tale

A Tale

Alina Udrea | Sci-fi Fantasy

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This is my first ebook, my first work. It is about magic, friendship, love, knights and Kings and full of adventures. I want to thank everyone who has rated it and also thank everyone who has downloaded and read it. Also I wrote a second volume which in my opinion is better than the first. If you want you can donate to my PayPal below.

2 All Against All

All Against All

Nathan Allen | Sci-fi Fantasy

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A group of random strangers are invited to take part in a mysterious lottery with an intriguing premise. Twenty-seven accept the offer.But what begins as an unusual social experiment quickly descends into something much more sinister. The contestants receive more than they bargained for, and the dark side of human nature reveals itself. As the...

3 Forbidden Outpost

Forbidden Outpost

Tony Rubolotta | Sci-fi Fantasy

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A fan fiction novel and sequel to the movie Forbidden Planet. What happened after United Planets cruiser C57D departed Altair 4? Join Commander J. J. Adams, Altaira and Robby the Robot on the voyage home, a fateful detour and discovery of more secrets of the mysterious aliens known as the Krell. Why did the Krell withdraw from space? What...

4 Vile Blood

Vile Blood

Jen Golembiewski | Sci-fi Fantasy

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Raised by a clan of demon hunters, Sarain was taught that her one mission in life was to destroy every monster that she could find. But it isn't until she saves a boy named Kit, that she starts to rethink her reclusive ways.Taking it upon herself to care for Kit as she helps him discover what has become of his family, Sarain stumbles upon a more...

5 A Tale Volume 2

A Tale Volume 2

Alina Udrea | Sci-fi Fantasy

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In this volume our heroes are facing an evil king who has a dragon by his side. I wrote a third volume which you can buy here:http://payhip.com/b/Mvge but each volume can be read as a stand alone work.

6 Errant Spark (Elemental Trials, Book 1)

Errant Spark (Elemental Trials, Book 1)

Ronelle Antoinette | Sci-fi Fantasy

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In Egalion’s Imperial court, there is splendor and luxury, but it’s also a realm of treachery. Cloak-and-dagger political maneuvering threatens to destroy the peace of two thousand years. Battlemage Jex Xander has a mouth that gets him into trouble; while in contrast, Enari Namelum speaks not at all. Amidst the mounting chaos, passion and...

7 The Journals of Raymond Brooks

The Journals of Raymond Brooks

Amit Bobrov | Sci-fi Fantasy

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Raymond Brooks was born a thousand years ago, an orphaned boy lost in a foreign land. The Journals uncover the mysteries and adventures he experienced during his unimaginable lifespan. Could the Supernatural walk amongst us? If they do, what lengths will they go to preserve their secrecy? Why would Raymond commit virtual suicide by revealing...

8 The Way

The Way

Guy Stanton III | Sci-fi Fantasy

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A boy alone in an ancient forest always forbidden for him to enter or even go near. Now there is no choice as all that lies behind him are the broken dreams and shattered bodies of his people set ablaze in the night all because they refused to bow to tyranny. His nation gone it’s up to him to survive or perish in the night as the case may be...

9 The Frozen Desert (After Us, #1)

The Frozen Desert (After Us, #1)

Moein Mansoori Fard | Sci-fi Fantasy

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"A fog of darkness has nested in the town and gray particles are floating in the air. Doorless buildings, broken windows and crumbled walls. The signboards of the buildings are swinging and doors open and close continuously. A cold breeze shivers my body. In this frozen desert, I am passing through the burned and rusty cars and am going to...

10 Two Hundred and Eighty-Nine Stones for Ray Craft

Two Hundred and Eighty-Nine Stones for Ray Craft

Jaymes Shore | Sci-fi Fantasy

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A little faith may help some people through the long dark night, and into the light. Sometimes, faith leads people into the darkest places imaginable (depending on how dark your imagination is). Any sinister action can be justified in the name of God. It doesn’t matter if your God is real, imaginary, or something in-between.What you are about...

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