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Book: M.O.D. by J. C. Allen
Where would you draw the line between right and wrong? When a wanted hacker from the '80s resurfaces with the means and intent to overthrow what he perceives to be a corrupt government, this question becomes of paramount importance to the future of the country. Scott Carver is asked to make this decision when "M.O.D." asks him to help plan a revolution.
 
Book: The Dew That Goes Early Away - A Buck Crenshaw Novel (The Tenafly Road Series Book 2) by Adrienne Morris
The Gilded Age saga of the tumultuous Crenshaw and Weldon families continues! Unwed and pregnant, Thankful Crenshaw comes home and makes a tragic and life-changing decision. She misses the close relationship she once had with her newly religious brother, Buck, who spends his days in the Arizona desert converting drunks and Indians. One drunk, William Weldon, is Buck's special case and Thankful's [...]
 
Book: Sunstone by Holly Barbo
A fantasy reality The steam-powered civilization of Myrn is a thriving adolescent culture. But the rapid industrial development has given rise to greed, and the triumvirate of government, banks and industry leaders has lost sight of those it swore to serve and protect. A mysterious incurable illness sweeps through the impoverished masses. It increases the suffering to the breaking point. [...]
 
Book: What Kind Of Society Are We Leaving Our Kids by Chris Vaca
What are we doing to our children? What kind of world are we leaving them? Everything is done because of political correctness these days, it does not matter what is right for our kids, as long as it is politically correct. Well I throw political correctness out the window in this book and I say what needs to be said. You might agree, you might not agree, it doesn't matter, I am pissed off and [...]
 
Book: The Order of Right by P. D. Roy
Raelic has diligently applied himself on a path prepared by his guardian, Eomond, in hope of being named to succeed him as Steward of the Temple and the Tower. Unlike other scholars, Raelic apprenticed to the greatest master craftsmen in the realm, and learned to defend himself under the tutelage of his protector, Owen. At age nineteen, nearing the conclusion of his formal training at the [...]
 
Book: The Weight Of Beauty by Neda Dropulić
"I was afraid I couldn't live up to the image of the woman I had to be. Being a woman means being pretty, well-groomed, smart, caring, kind, happy, a mother, a nurturer, a protector, a lover, a friend, support and a teacher. I couldn't be all of that! I couldn't do it all perfectly! I was falling apart, looking at my life and feeling scared, paralysed by the mess in my past. I didn't know where [...]
 
Book: Seeing Through Sampson's Eyes - Step in another's shoes, and the journey begins... (Made for Me Book 2) by Pamela Schloesser Canepa
Who knows what secrets lie behind one's eyes? You have no idea until you walk in their shoes. In a technologically advanced, yet socially regressing society, Norrie, daughter of Sampson and Abrielle, is about to learn what it's like to be considered less than human. She is now twenty, curious, confident, and unstoppable. Embarking on a journey together, Norrie and Abrielle set out to discover [...]
 
Book: Blueprint to Utopia by William Franklin Clark
Great utopian works have the power to transcend time and live in the minds and hearts of readers forever. The challenge with most utopian visions has been the tendency towards the unattainable, towards fantasy; rather than, reality. "Blueprint to Utopia" means to end this problem by providing a credible roadmap to maximizing the laws of man through social evolution. It's intriguing, it's doable, [...]
 
Book: Cathedral of Dreams by Terry Persun
"Cathedral of Dreams" won the ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Finalist Award. In Newcity, everyone is content. Bad feelings are not allowed, because your monitoring chip will alert the police to bring you in for treatment. Getting better is mandatory. Unchecked emotions made the world outside Newcity dangerous, unruly, and violent. At least that's the official story in Newcity. Keith knows [...]
 
Book: The Lushland Evolution by Pat McNamara
Ever notice that the world could be a nicer place to live in? If you didn't, then you're not paying much attention! As you well know, we all grow-up facing life's trials and tribulations. Some succeed and live happily, and unfortunately, some do not. Lushland is a small island nation that is renowned the world over for its gorgeous greeness, but it has a big problem - people and nature don't [...]
 
Book: The Handy Man by Liberty Dendron
You have entered a world of fictional crime, where greed, bribery, and selfish desire lurk in the minds of normal folks and spur them to commit heinous crimes. It is also a world of detectives - private eyes and maverick cops - who see what mere mortals overlook, uncover hidden clues and shift through the evidence to bring the guilty to justice. Innocent victims caught up in a nightmare of false [...]
 
Book: Featherlight by Laura Fields
The life of Jacque Winters has not been easy. After being abused by her father and shutting herself off socially, she was kidnapped by strangers. The good news is that her kidnappers are kind. The bad news? She is now forced to live in a society controlled by men, which is practically her worst nightmare. Despite her promises to never fall in love, one man is proving those promises to be [...]
 
Book: Made for Me - It's all chemistry...isn't it? by Pamela Schloesser Canepa
An unusual, futuristic romance. What will the search for love be like in the future? The year is 2032, and Abrielle is looking for true love. In a world ruled by technology, where computers make much of our decisions for us, Abrielle is about to meet the man of her dreams, thanks to a guaranteed matchmaker website. What she encounters on that first date will be a tale to rival any first date [...]
 
Book: Altered Life by Pearlie Wood
Abigail McKenzie was a bright, popular high school student with great dreams for her future. One day, mental illness struck and those dreams came crashing down. Or did they? In this fascinating psychological novel, we learn about schizophrenia from the perspective of eighteen year old Abby. She unexpectedly finds herself afflicted with a condition that has severe social stigma and for which there [...]
 
Book: Sarah's Spaceship Adventure (Mackenzie's Rock) by Stan Morris
When Sarah sneaks out of her house to go joyriding in her boyfriend's space yacht, she expects to be back before dawn. But her boyfriend is not as swift as she had thought, and now she's in real trouble. A chance encounter with some space junk, and a rescue by a young space merchant, sends Sarah off to the Hoop. Awaiting her is adventure, danger, romance, and discovering that she capable of doing [...]
 
Book: Mission by Philip Spires
Michael, a missionary priest in Kenya, has just killed Munyasya, a retired army officer. It might have been an accident, but Mulonzya, a politician resentful of the power of foreign churches, tries to exploit the tragedy for his own ends. Boniface, a young church worker, and his wife, Josephine, have just lost their child. They did not make it to the hospital in time, possibly because Michael [...]
 
Book: The Methuselah Strain by Stuart Aken
As the Prime Renegade plans the disabling of automatic systems that support the dwindling human population, she seeks a man to love and to father her child. The usual route of artificial insemination appeals to her about as much as the materialistic and hedonistic philosophy that now drives most people. And, secretly, forces designed to serve mankind develop a sense of superiority that might [...]
 
Book: Novel Ideas by J. C. Allen
Penny Reed's hopes for the future came to a crashing halt when her father died, making her a ward of the state. Knowing her grandfather was still alive and recognizing she'd never survive in the 'system,' she stole her father's boat and sailed away. Billionaire author Forrest Reed was a man who danced to the beat of his own drum. Having little tolerance for most people and appalled by the [...]
 
Book: Poetic Therapy - Poems & Rhymes to Help Mankind by Greg Ware
AMAZON #1 BESTSELLER Everyone wants to be enlightened in their life, but they also desire to be entertained! Poetic Therapy is the antidote to this dilemma as it accomplishes both goals with one inoculation. As an educator, comedian, hit songwriter and producer, Greg Ware is the most logical choice to administer this miraculous serum. The life-long benefits of these seventy poems may be more [...]
 
Book: Danger by Design by Helen Macie Osterman
In Danger by Design, senior citizen Net Petrone resides in a retirement complex. The previous owner of her apartment died of a heart attack, and to her son's dismay, the woman's will named a suspicious organization as heir. Her son is convinced there was a last minute change, and he is searching for that latest will. Net learns a number of widows in the complex joined this society for the [...]
 
Book: Thicker than Blood by Thea Hartley
When coalminer Davy is seriously injured in a pit accident it makes life very hard for him and his wife Marie. It is 1940 and besides the constraints of rationing, they become poor and I'll. in desperation, Marie takes a job in a local factory, earning money for her family. She meets the charismatic Tony who had been invalided out of the forces. They fall in love and she feels happier than she [...]
 
Book: Math City by Ahmad Amani
Math City is a place where is into Math book, and also the pages of the book are the streets of Math City. In this City, Monster Number was grossly overweight and had a shaggy body, like a mammoth. In the beginning, Monster Number could not walk very well. Though he swayed a little, tottering and often falling, my father trained him for detecting and killing. After a few days, we attacked Math [...]
 
Book: Madame's Double Life by Keegan Lace
Lady Victoria was born into high society and high standards in the the English country side. The dictates of Victorian society do not provide a good fit for a 17 year old free spirit. Lady Victoria is as wild as the lavender growing on the white cliffs of Dover. She is a dreamer when her life is thrown into turmoil with the arranged marriage to the much older Lord Hawthorne. He is the Duke of [...]
 
Book: Chronicles from Iran by Albertine Ahmadi
The Chronicles from Iran depict the successive Iranian dictatorships, from the monarchy to the Islamic Republic and its raving puritans. Through real-life scenes in Iran, they highlight humiliations inflicted daily by a religious tyranny upon its population, haunted by fear and bygone traditions. In 2012, the end product is that the Islamic Republic of Iran is an economic, social, environmental [...]
 
Book: 2083 (The Chronicles of Hope) by Robert Breeze
As Frank discovers more about the government's project on Planet Muta, encountering several new settlements as he does so, his confused decision-making starts to be questioned from all sides. Still unsure of the project's intentions, and after taking several heavy hits to his floundering emotions, a revelation about the driving force behind the project then jolts him further. The magnitude of the [...]
 
Book: Rhuna, Keeper of Wisdom - An Historic Fantasy Novel by Barbara Underwood
Unique Historical Fantasy "wonderful imagery" "delightfully creative imagination" - Maria Flanagan "a mystical tale of ethereal beauty"- Barry Have you ever wondered who built the pyramids or the eerie statues on Easter Island - and how they were made? Maybe they were made with superhuman powers - or magic - by a highly advanced civilization like Atlantis! And maybe there was a young girl named [...]
 
Book: The Stone Thread: Second Chronicle by J. R. Evangelisti
'Veritas Vincit' ... 'Truth Conquers'. The World Governments lied to anyone who would listen, and then the - Great War happened. Now in 3000 AD control over humankind is complete. Readers will ask questions, think critically, and find - themselves immersed in emotion in this post-apocalyptic dystopia thriller. The World Council ensures survivors pledge a blind faith to a higher order. Obey - the [...]
 
Book: All For A Good Cause by Barbara Phinney
Want to laugh? Enjoy a fun, clean romp? Curious about the lighter side of fundraising? About Medieval Societies and the beautiful coastline around the Bay of Fundy? I knew a young woman who fit Janet Jemseg to a TEE, and when I first visited New Brunswick, I knew the story I needed to write. All For A Good Cause takes you from your ordinary life into Janet Jemseg's wild romp through a family [...]
 
Book: Stairway to My Heart by Marion Marchetto
Stairway To My Heart is the first book of a family saga - The Bridgewater Chronicles - that will ultimately be a series of four or five books. As a reader who enjoys books in a series, I thought it would be fun to create my own American Dynasty. Folks who liked North and South, or are fans of the PBS Series Downton Abbey are enjoying this book. The idea for The Bridgewater Chronicles came to me [...]
 
Book: unFocused (The Roving Book 1) by Roselyn Jewell
Hilary lives in a world that is supposed to be "perfect." The government provides all of the basic necessities and if you want additional items you can take on non-governmental work or odd jobs to earn luxury dollars to buy pretty much anything you could desire. The downside? She's assigned a career she hates, a place to live that she's never even been to before, and a guy she's supposed to marry [...]
 
Book: Society of the L.A.M.B. by Judy DuCharme
Society of the L.A.M.B.: Love. Authority. Mercy. Boldness. In a raucous colony of those who celebrate dark desires, Josiah and other LAMBers who believe King Glory lives are hunted and imprisoned...or worse. But hope and truth endure in the midst of total danger. After fleeing the colony, Josiah finds light and hope at his grandfather's house, where a secret gathering of LAMBers have escaped the [...]
 
Book: Dark Secrets (A Vested Interest Book 2) by John and Shelia Chapman
The doctor who developed the immortality virus is dead. Her body has been treated with her drug though; can she be brought back to life? The second part of the 'A Vested Interest' series - follows 'Immortality Gene.' Dr. Donna Rigden is clinically dead. Two letters and two secrets steered her future, now one is missing. Who took it and why? Who blackmailed her into marrying Richard Triplet when [...]
 
Book: Foundations (The Journey of Why) by Christophor Rick
For generations, the Product has been dug out of the ground, packed up and placed in Storage Wagons, to be carried away by the Locomotor. The asking of questions gets one 'disappeared' often, never to be seen again. But with so many questions needing to be asked how could one not? Myranda, 12-year-old troublemaker, finally asks one too many questions and gets sent to Administration. This is the [...]
 
Book: e.a.r.t.h. - experiment to alleviate racial tension and hatred by Arthur Douglas
"e.a.r.t.h. is an ambitious, encompassing, sweep of imagination. Not so much a fantasy, as a metaphor a glimpse into a possible paralled reality, in many ways not so much different to our own, an alterative present of someone else's creation. But the figures inhabit this landscape are recognizably ourselves, they are not creatures of science fiction or fantasy literature. What they certainly are, [...]
 
Book: Philosophy Basics - A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners by Doug Erlandson
Unlock the Secrets of Philosophy Explore the World of Ideas In Philosophy Basics: A Jargon-Free Guide for Beginners, Dr. Doug Erlandson offers an easy-to-understand guide to the study of philosophy. His simple, non-technical approach covers the major topics of philosophy in a way that even those who have no familiarity with philosophy will understand. Philosophy Basics is the result of [...]
 


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