But for how long? A new tyrant, Frank Pendennis, has risen in the east, while rumours of something even worse are coming from the north.
The struggle to inherit the world is just beginning…
When civilisation shuddered and died, Robert Stokes lost everything, including his wife and his son. The ex-cop retreated into the woods near Nottingham, to live off the land and wait to join his family. As the world descended into a new Dark Age, he turned his back on it all.
The foreign mercenary and arms dealer De Falaise sees England is ripe for conquest. He works his way up the country, forging an army and pillaging as he goes. When De Falaise arrives at Nottingham and sets up his new dominion, Robert is drawn reluctantly into the resistance. From Sherwood he leads the fight and takes on the mantle of the world's greatest folk hero. The Hooded Man and his allies will become a symbol of freedom, a shining light in the horror of a blighted world, but he can never rest: De Falaise is only the first of his kind.
This omnibus collects the novels Arrowhead, Broken Arrow and Arrowland, with a new introduction by editor Jonathan Oliver. The ebook edition also exclusively collects the stories "Servitor," "Perfect Presents," and "Signs and Portents."
A stand-alone short story in the Genrenauts series.
At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
There is a signal emanating from deep within the ice of Antarctica. Atlantis has awoken. Ancient monuments all over the worlds from the Pyramids of Giza, to Mexico to the ancient sites of China are reacting...to a brewing crisis not of this earth, but somewhere out in the solar system. Connecting to each other through the oceans. Using low frequency sound waves to create an ancient network. The earth is thrown into panic stations. For it seems that the signals emanating from Atlantis are a prelude to something much greater. Could it be that the entire city is in fact one giant ancient machine? And to what end? For what purpose?
It is the year 2012, the same year Mayan belief prophesised the end of the world. Two armies, American and Chinese stand on the brink of war for the control of the most potent force ever known to man. The secrets of Atlantis. Secrets which are encoded in crystal shards retrieved from the sunken city. Secrets which Mankind has had twelve thousand years to decipher...but which will now destroy it within one week.
HERE’S WHAT READERS ARE SAYING ABOUT APOCALYPSIS: BOOK 4 (HAVEN):
“Best Book Of The Series! I am always sad to see Elle's series come to an end. Her chillaxed writing style brings an amazingly personal depth to her characters. Haven is no exception. This book will have you angry, then laughing, then crying, and when it’s over you’ll leave wanting more! I gave Haven the full 5 stars it deserves! Elle, you never disappoint! Thank You!!” ~ Chris, Goodreads reviewer
“…I’ve already read this series more than once! And with having a ton of TBR books on my kindle (and believe me there are a lot). When I find myself rereading this series more than just one time I think it shows just how GREAT this series is!!”~ Elizabeth, Goodreads reviewer
“The final installment to Apocalypsis took me from one extreme to the next. Elle Casey has done it again. I laughed, I cried, I wanted to scream, I held my breath, and I read non-stop from start to finish!" ~ Mandy Jamerson, Goodreads reviewer
“Don’t pass this series by! Elle Casey's books are stellar! This series has elements of fear, humour, survival, and romance. The characters are wonderfully developed and you race through each book needing to know what happens. It also is very thought provoking - this terror could happen now…” ~ Penny Streby, Amazon reviewer
This series is dedicated to the amazing, wonderful Native Americans who populate our nation, continuing their traditions and reminding the rest of us that sometimes, progress isn’t always the best thing for our people. I invite you to learn more about the Miccosukee tribe, their history, culture, and lifestyle by visiting this website: http://www.miccosukee.com/indian-village/
“Good Omens . . . is something like what would have happened if Thomas Pynchon, Tom Robbins and Don DeLillo had collaborated. Lots of literary inventiveness in the plotting and chunks of very good writing and characterization. It’s a wow. It would make one hell of a movie. Or a heavenly one. Take your pick.”—Washington Post
According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in 1655, before she exploded), the world will end on a Saturday. Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner.
So the armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling, tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan. Except a somewhat fussy angel and a fast-living demon—both of whom have lived amongst Earth's mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle—are not actually looking forward to the coming Rapture.
And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist . . .
Self-crashing cars; a rabbit that transcends reality; the inexorable passion of artificial intelligence--
Autonomy is a collection of stories dealing with reality, strangeness, and the space between.
Includes the novella The Young Hyenas.
An outing with grandma turns into a nightmarish joyride.
Dymotron’s Robot Butler is the best help a man can buy, but at what cost?
“GOBi & the Jo-Bird”
Google’s “Online Being” runs rampant and… falls in love.
A detour in a self-driving car turns deadly.
For Marshall, life is full of choices. But who is actually making them?
“Cold, As I Am”
A loner in a strange city overthinks an innocuous question.
Aeneatha, in the Sky
A woman follows a rabbit out of an alien world.
“Ice Cream for Smitty”
When Smitty is terrorized by two young boys, a tiny thought inspires meaningful action.
A magical rabbit transcends death and reality.
And, Eclectic-noir Flash Fiction:
A Week Along the Coast