In mankind’s fight for survival, our humanity will be tested.
The carnage and destruction was apocalyptic. What changed the mountainous town of Ghostwood, West Virginia's life long neighbors, friends, and family into mindless killing creatures? Caleb, a mysterious figure with a depraved plan that plummets mankind down the freeway of Armageddon.
Thomas Pratt, Ghostwood's sheriff has seen some dark and grisly things during his time in the military. Has his time with the Teams prepared him for the harrowing events that lay ahead?
Thomas becomes the reluctant leader of a small group of survivors. The group must find a way to make it through against the horde of mindless infected monsters they once called family. With the infected's enhanced strength and abilities, it is now a question of which of the two species is dominant.
A collision course of biblical proportions is set in motion, with the stakes being nothing less than humanity's existence!
The alarms are blaring. Over three hours have passed without her awareness. She suffered yet another blackout and more memory loss. The last thing she remembered was packing her bags. Those alarms signaled the time to board the ships at the dock, but only the lucky ones who had a ticket. Once the big storm came, there’d be nowhere to hide.
A man approaches Cody with a proposal. He needs her because she is the only human being alive who is gifted with her alchemy talents. Who can make a certain compound that he wants. In her line of work, she’s dealt with men like him, and taking their contracts meant a bullet in your head afterward. Besides, anyone who wants her compound is up to no good.
What she doesn’t expect is to get stuck on the same ship as the man who wanted to hire her. He forces her hand. She tries to sabotage his plans, but someone is sabotaging her plans. Nobody else knows how to make the project . . . so who is reversing her work?
Time is running out.
“What have I done?”
The president arrives at High Meadow with his entourage of bureaucrats and faux-military. Tillie and Angus don’t have time for any distractions as a massive wildfire bears down on their settlement. It will take more than hard work and good intentions to get them through this catastrophe.
Martin is leery about sending all of his men to aid those in the path of the fire thereby leaving their borders unprotected. They are most vulnerable in their commitment to help others.
Wisp and Nick work the fire lines seeking out people fleeing the raging flames. Only Wisp can find those lost in the heavy smoke, risking his life to bring them to safety.
Behind their backs, certain people are questioning every decision. At a time when they most need to work together, the outsiders are creating divisiveness.
The stability of the Survivor’s Alliance is still fragile. They made it through the winter, but now it’s flu season. Every year the virus changes just a little. Tillie and Angus are trying to prepare for every scenario, even the possibility that they will be the first to go. Nick is working to bridge the gap in supplies until the spring crops come in. Wisp and Bridget are preparing for the birth of their child. But there are changes coming that no one expected.
But what disturbed Dr. Bet Nomad, circuit doctor for many of the minor habitats in the Clusters was a simple cough that seemed to be found every place she visited. The more she learned, using banned genetic technology, the tighter her own limitations restricted what she could do—she was banned genetic tech herself, living in the shadows lifetime after lifetime. But she was certain something was wrong—something evil.
Humanicide is the final chapter of the Earth Branch of the Project Saga.
Henry Melton has been crafting the Project history line since the 70s, building an alternate history of mankind that stretches from the current day to a new destiny among the stars.
Now exiled far from Earth on Selas Station, condemned to relive his crime and see his victims in his dreams, Jake is building a new life with new companions. Only now, he is expecting a visit from an old friend – or lover? He can't quite recall – Connor Griffin, along with a new rotation of temporary crew.
And suddenly, people are getting sick, Jake is seeing ghosts while awake, and safety is nothing more than an illusion. He can trust no one – not even himself – as he struggles to understand what is happening and to save his friends, the station, and possibly all of humanity.
Abandoning University lecturing, he joins a classified research organisation, hidden beneath the streets of New London. Their time-distortion pods let him witness crucial moments throughout history. But when observing the past, Dyrne discovers that he can also change it. Of course, visiting events from his own life is forbidden – the only reason he can't return to the day he'll never forget… unless he can manipulate the rules.
Leuka is back with a vengeance…
She’s returned to Tokino to make the Ministry bleed. But in her absence a new threat has emerged. The Ministry has been experimenting on the men of Tokino to turn them into living weapons. When Leuka locates the deadly horde she knows she must destroy them.
But a child stands in her way…
Liberty Rhode has discovered that the ‘monsters’ were once her own people, their bodies altered and minds twisted by Ministry scientists. She will stop at nothing to protect them. Even if it means facing down the Red Lily herself.
Raelon is a man on the edge...
When he learns of Leuka’s return to Tokino, Raelon risks his life way to get back to her. When he’s captured by Ministry forces, he welcomes it, knowing they’ll take him back to Tokino—closer to Leuka. He never intended for his loyal sister-in-arms to get caught in the crossfire. Desperate to be reunited with Leuka, he straddles the line between reckless and suicidal.
Raelon is searching the stars…
Leuka trusted him, and he betrayed her. Now she’s gone and the whole planet is suffering in her absence. Only now is he aware of the terrible mistake he’s made, but it might be too little too late. Desperate to redeem himself to the Red Lily, he has turned his back on his heritage and forsaken his oath to the Shadowman Alpha. He now has only one, all-consuming mission—to find Leuka. But can he ever close the space between them? Or will he die trying?
Leuka is on the run…
Hunted by both sides, she has managed to stay one step ahead of her pursuers. But they are closing in. Her confidence shattered, the last thing she wants to do is return to Tokino and the chaos she has left in her wake. But when forced to face the atrocities the Ministry is committing against the people she abandoned, she knows there is no other choice. Though she may be marching to her death, she must go back.
Born in 2015, Temujin's early life was childhood was a rough-and-tumble time. God sends him a secret as a gift. Thank to this, Temujin brings massive countries such as China, America, Russia and India to their knees and dominates the world. He puts a new world order in place. He doesn't intervene in anyone's faith. He establishes new administrations in all religious centers in Jerusalem, Mecca, Medina and many other places.
Temujin's real task is to unite the world around concepts such as justice and morality and protect it from an extraterrestrial invasion, as God wants him to do. After he established the world order, God reveals this task to him. He makes massive preparations in order to protect the world from invasion. Invaders consist of two races who live in Urganacin System, which is a different solar system. Yaca and Maca races are set out to invade the world to destroy humanity.
Its a world at war. Mankind faces complete annihilation at the hands of an ancient alien species known as the Saurian, hell-bent on seeing the extinction of the human race and exploiting planet earth for all its natural resources.
Once again its up to Stevens and some other hand-selected ECLIPSE agents to return to the jungles of Brazil for the ultimate missionthe complete destruction of the Blue Army Headquarters and the assassination of their notorious leader Patriarch. They have to act fast when the agents learn the allies plan to use their nuclear arsenal against the Blue Army and the Saurian. Stevens and his crew must fight through Patriarchs clone army, alien enemies, and the Deafening Silence.
Rex hit the red button, "Oh crap, I wish this insane world would wake up". The news always made Rex a little on edge as He knew that a simple remedy would solve all the world problems, but it all seemed so impossible.
Rex was a dreamer, and seriously believed in higher intelligences and other worlds that have idyllic societies and well, to put it simply, had attained peaceful co-existence planets in total harmony; though Earth seemed to be getting further away from His dream of becoming one of them.
Yes them..... Rex was convinced that they watch us and would love to have us as a part of their endless planetary communities! “BUT” - there always seems to be a ‘but’ thinks Rex, still being an idealist and a dreamer to boot, he saw the good that man was capable of. I'm not talking goody-two-shoes kind of good, No, just the simple love and respect that a fellow mortal can have for a person who was a bit down on his luck.
We see it more rarely these days, and sometimes it even hits the news - as it can be a ‘light’ in a darkened world, when there is too much bad news.
Still, Rex would talk to these fellow ‘alien’ sympathizers. "Hey watchers, what would you all say to a little fun here on this dreary day". The winter was setting in and Rex knew all too well how his neighbour would turn up the volume to his ‘noise-maker’ just to block out the thoughts of another winter of limited heating in his not-so-new building complex. "Hey watchers, what do you say to a little stirring of the pot" winked Rex, as he peered into a rain swept window.
Little did he know but his ten thousandth attempt to arouse the brother ‘‘alien’s’ was about to pay off, a council was held just before he asked for the umpteenth time to give him teleport power, a council to bring Earth to its final days before they would invade, pods from many distant galaxies, had gathered at a golden planet, just two hundred light-years from our blue world.
Yes living ships, before the first billionth year of intelligent life, machines were obsolete and biological machines were vastly better, they were so brilliantly developed that a super biological body was now the main vehicle for carrying the anti-matter counter part of a being that was safely locked away in the next dimension to possess.
Beings like gods, assembled to discuss the fate of Earth, and how it could be saved from total inhalation or cleansed, as they put it; Uar came up with a simple solution – Rex! Yes Rex. Let’s use that insignificant mortal and see what can be saved from that doomed planet Uar the King suggested.
Being seen as little more than genetic garbage by those that have taken them in, humanity faces an uphill battle both for acceptance from their new benefactors, and for revenge on those who have destroyed their home world. The existence they knew would never be the same. With only a few hundred thousand of the billions that once populated Earth left alive, somehow, they would find a way to move forward.
All their hopes would hang on the efforts of a few who would not give up. They would rely on a handful of humans that would represent them all, who would not stand down in the face of adversity. Everything would hang on an odd group of individuals, who made the choice to stand and fight!
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Paul Strader is a stick-up man - a stone cold professional who never goes unarmed and never gets attached. But when he gets in over his head with some dangerous people, he's forced to risk everything on the word of a corrupt lawman - a smirking, big-chinned bully named Judge Dredd.
Dredd's the lynchpin in a daring, explosive heist that breaks every rule Strader has - every rule but one...
He’s an old soldier, of a sort – be polite and say he ‘solved problems’ for his government. She’s a doctor, a scientist specialising in rare diseases. They met once, fell in love, got ready to settle down... until the Cull came and tore them apart.
They’ve hunted each other across the ravaged, ruined world, leaving bloodshed and destruction in both their wakes. Finally, tonight, in an old Army research post in the middle of nowhere, they’ll be reunited.
With any luck, it’ll live up to the promise.
Children of the Cull continues the stories of Simon Spurrier’s The Culled and Rebecca Levene’s Kill or Cure.
Twenty years hard labour in a penal colony a billion kilometres from Earth. They gave me mechanical lungs just so I can breathe, laced my skin with polymers so I can walk in sub-zero temperatures. Stripped away everything that made me human.
I was a hero and they turned me into a gruddamned monster.
But maybe that was fate, because in the year 2089 disaster hit the prison, and it was down to me to save everyone.
Sometimes the monster becomes the hero.
I’m the clone that went bad, that brought shame on Judge Fargo’s legacy.
I was the very best the Academy of Law ever turned out. But after less than a year on the streets of Mega-City One, I was brought down, sentenced, shipped out to Titan for twenty years.
Yeah, you know about Rico Dredd.
But do you know what really happened? Why I did it? What it was like out there on the edge of space, doing time in the Bronze?
Truth is, mister, you know stomm about me.
Adara needs to know about her past if she, and everyone else, is to have a future. The Moocow Monks of Mayer have the answers. Inside their subterranean archive, Adara sits and watches the history of NotsoGreatBritAlbion unfold before her eyes.
As a catastrophic flood wipes out most of the population of Great Britain, cow herds, Gopi Jnanamaya Kosha (Mayer) and Gopala Arjuna Bhutapanchaka, of Mahabharata House, a Buddhist community, are forced to flee, taking the cows with them.
With water levels rising at an alarming rate, and terrifying storms endangering their pilgrimage, Mayer and Arjuna must battle not only the elements but hungry survivors and rogue soldiers intent on butchering the holy cattle.
Can they build a sanctuary in the mountains of Scotland to secure the survival of mankind if disease, brutal attacks, and infertility threaten to wipe out all human and animal life?
Will the traitors who defect to the enemy and construct a stark Metropolis, where sinister experiments take place behind closed doors, stop Mayer from saving not only the sacred herd but all who have sought refuge?
Can love prevail in a world if artificial insemination is the only way to procreate?
Find out in - The Chronicles of Mayer
"…a unique plot that caught me from the very beginning”
This is an accompaniment/prequel to The Song of Forgetfulness Sci-fi/Dystopian/Action Adventure series.
The Demi-Monde is a computer-simulated training ground for soldiers. Populated by history's most notorious leaders, it is truly a Cyber-Hell.
Ella Thomas was sent there to rescue Norma Williams, the daughter of the President of the United States, but it has all gone horribly wrong. Now she is stuck in this cyber world; the friends she trusted have become her enemies and the Grigori, who have lain quiet for thousands of years, dreaming of the day they will emerge into our world, threaten to finally achieve their goals.
To succeed in preventing this destruction, Ella must be more than she ever believed she could be, because resisting evil will require courage, resolve . . . and sacrifice.
'Part Matrix, part Escape from New York , with a dash of Film Noir and a whole host of imagination. Beautifully written' Falcata Times