She was an outcast, a girl you could label as "different". The underdog. Aziyah Hall was just a normal teen starting her Senior year at Galaxy High in Astronaut City. A city famous for it's legendary space heroes and weird futuristic style. However, she ends up getting suspended on the first day of school along with her three trouble making best friends. Life couldn't get any worse until on the same day she becomes a victim and witness of a paramilitary activity deep in the woods of Astronaut City. After associating herself with a 10,000 year old Zoongondian creature, the guardian who holds the secrets of the universe. She ends up getting targeted by the RTNS (Russian Teens National Service), involved with the GTAI (Galactic Teens Agency Incorporated), and threatened by an entire alien race of Zoongondians who wish to extinguish all life on Earth as we know it. Will she be able to save her planet and make it home to her friends and family?
It's !976 and 16 year old schoolboy Nile along with 15 year old Chloe, must venture 40 years into the future to save Nile's brother from the clutches of a sociopathic megalomaniac, and also maybe save the world...
The history of gaming is an interesting topic. In my opinion, the evolution of the controller is a subtopic that is far too often overlooked. The jump from the joystick to VR and motion capture has led many people to believe that the controller is as evolved as it will ever be. Well, they are wrong. An eccentric scientist forged a controller the likes of which the world has yet to see. Little did he know that a chance meeting with a young gamer would not only forever change their lives but would change the course of history itself.
Acia will forever be a teenager. Stuck in a world where the upper class will always be kids, the middle class always teens, and the lower class adults, Acia is stuck in the middle. The only known way out is death, but Acia can't help but struggle to find some other way out of the life she's been forced to live.
a heroic tale of fantasy,intrigue,battles and betrayal set in an alternate earth. This tale showcases the feuds and conflicts between noble families of earth and also extraterrestrial tribes and races who have made earth their abode..
“Tommy, get in here this minute!” his mother shouted. “I’m trying to mum but I’m having trouble with Bonnie.” Tommy yelled back. “If she won’t come, leave her and hurry up inside.” His mother commanded. Tommy loved his puppy and was not prepared to obey this command. Tommy struggled with the dog in his arms and slowly made his way towards the house being guided by the light shining from the open door. When he only had about a hundred yards to go to reach the safety of the house there was a lull in the storm and an eerie calmness befell the area around the house. He stopped to look at the heavens and saw a beam of light coming from the clouds and getting brighter as it came nearer to the earth. He stood fascinated, watching the light coming towards him, fearful of what was to happen next. He could hear his mother calling him, as if from a long distance and as he turned to look towards his home he could see her reflection in the light of the doorway. He shook his head and started advancing once again towards the back door. As he was walking the light started to fade away until there was no light at all and he was left in total darkness. He called out to his mother and heard a faint reply, and then there was total silence. No sound of the wind or pelting rain, just total eerie silence.
Looking forward to unboxing the latest title, Jonathan unknowingly is selected to be among thousands of others to be thrown into a vast universe. Teeming with the unkown and yet dangerously familiar he encounters vistas and sites that are alien but at the same time crafted by man. This is the Far Horizon, where games and worlds collide in a million different places. People taken from different times and even different worlds mingle here, a giant melting pot of cultures irrespective of ideology or beliefs. In his journeys he finds individuals much like him who share his enthusiasm for adventure and yet they bear a yearning for home. From a teeming hostile metropolis, a verdant jungle world and barren icy wasteland, Jonathan discovers sites he thought impossible but exist in this strange place. Beasts, monsters and machines all live in an impossible time as well as the people around him. Such is the nature of the Far Horizon that even death and basic human needs have been tamed. Jonathan meets new friends, new people and new groups. They tell him of one individual who is spoken of as the first to bear witness to this place. Many search for him, but just as many dread to find him. As he continues to make connections and learn more of this uncertain place he is drawn into a vicious plot that could very well trap him for all eternity and prevent him from ever seeing the light of day ever again. It will take all his tenacity and wit to escape his assailants and perhaps change the face of this place forever.
BH Pulp Vol. 1 The Last Humanity - The Crisis Masters is the first of a series of novels taking place in the same universe. Each novel stands on it's own. However, reading the novels in succession will reveal a ongoing backstory connecting the novels together. The first volume takes place in the future. The last vestiges of humanity have settled in a hidden universe of one sun, four orbiting planets, and no stars. The reader is introduced to the colony's law enforcers who are called upon to solve a murder mystery concerning an alien being called a Dahlia. The mystery leads to a conspiracy that will have impications concerning the colony itself. If you like space operas such as Star Wars, Star Trek, Battlestar Galactica, and Babylon 5, you will love BH Pulp !!
This is the second volume in a series that takes place in one universe under the banner, BH Pulp. BH Pulp is a homage to the pup magazines of the 30's, 40's, 50's, etc. and the larger than life characters that were introduce in them such as The Shadow, Doc Savage, Tarzan, John Carter Warlord of Mars, and Conan The Barbarian. Each novel can stand on it's own but, if read in succession, the reader will notice a backstory linking each novel to the other Scott Carter, agent of S.E.C.U.R.E.(SECURITY ENFORCEMENT CURBING UNUSUAL RADICAL ELEMENTS) is drawn into a ancient conflict by a secret society against a malvolent race called The Deshante, beings of unbelieavable powers bent on only evil purposes. Carter is forced to fight the Deshante wwhen he is betrayed by his own agency and has a mob contract put out on his head !!!
BH Pulp is a homage to the pulp fiction magazines of the 30's, 40's, 50's and so on and the larger than life characters spawned from them such as the Shadow, Doc Savage, Tarzan, John Carter Warlord of Mars, and Conan The Barbarian. The unique twist about BH Pup is each volume stands by itself. However, if you were to read them in succession, You wil notice a backstory connecting all the novels into one universe ! In Volume 3, Stellar Lost - Breaking the Chains, seven young adults are abducted by aliens and sold into slavery. One of the youths, Richard Chard, escapes with the vow to unite with his six friends. However, with untold millions of light years of space and unkknown dangers ahead of him, Richard cannot even begin his quest until he unites three hostile planets !!
Archaeologist Arthur Werrens embarks on a dig to honor his deceased father who spent most of his career studying and searching a long extinct cult. What he discovers there will make him and his childhood friend Baxter Redding, realize, some things are better left forgotten. Beyond the barriers of time and space, an ancient corruption spreads.
"Alex, come inside quickly!" My parents yelled. I ignored them. That was my mistake. I ignored them.Alex is a 12 year old son of the king, who lives on a planet called Riath. There was a loud bang. An attack. Now he must find his parents. "It's my destiny."
At inception, this was supposed to be a classic Science Fiction novel. Now that I am several lightyears into it, I realize that this is turning into the tale of a hopelessly unsuitable love and a tribute to human passion instead. I theorize about a very distant, almost incomprehensible future, but always based on existing and solid research; there is no Fiction blended into the Science I cite and wherever appropriate I substantiate this claim with footnotes pointing at the prevalent state of the art and associated publications. Don’t be disappointed if I refuse to employ death rays or warp drives. No Physical Laws were harmed in the making of this novel! I toy with a multitude of cultural, religious and sociologic presumptions; pointing at their absurdity by elucidating them against the backdrop of a fictional world that discarded traditional terrestrial values; I also aim to contribute to two technologic debates:1. The feasibility of interstellar travel.2. Artificial Intelligence: Propitious potential versus latent risks. Some last minute disclaimers: If you blush easily, take offense at authentic language or if you are a staunch Creationist – don’t read any further! You most likely won’t enjoy what I have to say. And – as long as you are not ready to answer some rather specific questions around procreation – don’t pass this book on to your prepubescent kids; no matter how interested they are in space travel. Consider yourself warned!
A young wanderer travels the lonely paths of a world split between day and night attempting to find somewhere to rest his weary head. When he stumbles into a home filled with strange misfits lost to the world in a wide forest, He may have finally found a place to rest. But the night slowly stalks him and some memories are never banished no matter how bright the light. Will those who live in darkness let him rest, or will he be forced to run once more from the terror that lives in the night and the fear that never sleeps? Join Flyt as he travels across the globe searching for peace. But beware the ghouls who dwell on the dark side of the slow turning planet, Oreanna.
Locket, a girl of 17 that has been shunned by her family, and believes herself a wandering soul, searching for purpose. She is sent on an expedition along with a group lead by the Pilgrim, in a terrifying frozen wasteland, known only as 'Skarsgard.' The Pilgrim is searching for something, an item of much wealth that Locket does not expect. Her world is turned upside down, as she loses everything, meeting a white-haired boy that can wield magic through his thread. She discovers that secrets have been hidden in her blood, and there are many in her world that would kill to get to them.