By Ernie Lindsey
This bargain-priced variation includes all 3 novels within the Warchild sequence, over six hundred pages of exciting younger grownup suspense.
"Caroline [is a] powerful but weak heroine who is not afraid to do what needs to be done." -- Rysa Walker, writer of Timebound and winner of the 2013 Amazon leap forward Novel Award Grand Prize.
Warchild: Pawn (4.3 out of five stars - over a hundred and fifty Amazon reviews)
Rise up. Lead them. Be a hero.
...all earlier than your 15th birthday.
The usa collapsed lengthy ahead of Caroline Mathers was once born. She's robust, mature past her age, yet she is aware not anything of mobile phones, desktops, or maybe sizzling showers--they're remnants of historical past, wistful tales informed round campfires. existence as a dutiful scout has her patrolling the encompassing forests, hiding, staring at, and caution the households of her tiny outpost while risk is close to. They continue to exist via sticking jointly. it is a quiet existence...
...until the day Caroline hears the terrifying beat of far-off drums echoing all through their peaceable valley. a military is marching. battle is coming, and not anything under the ability of the Kinders may perhaps retailer her humans now.
however the Kinders are only legends, ghosts from lengthy ago...aren't they?
As a quarter-finalist in Amazon's leap forward Novel Award contest, Lindsey's Warchild: Pawn, is a "...coming-of-age action-adventure ruled by way of a tender woman simply getting into her powers. an excellent, sturdy, inaugural quantity brimming with mind's eye and glowing, artistic characters." --Publishers Weekly
The first ebook of the Warchild trilogy is a tender grownup dystopian mystery choked with fast paced motion, excellent for fanatics of The starvation Games and Divergent.
***READER be aware : SPOILERS BELOW***
Warchild: Judas (4.6 out of five stars - forty nine Amazon reviews)
Hope on my own can't win the war.
Caroline Mathers, ahead Scout of the People's Republic of Virginia, leads her humans to defense after a harrowing get away in the course of the Appalachian Mountains. yet, the safety in their capitol urban will not final for long...maybe even under an evening. previous acquaintances are left at the back of, whereas contained in the partitions, new alliances are shaped and belief betrayed.
Empowered by way of the power of a tremendous military, their northern enemies suffocate town outdoor the partitions, getting ready to take regulate of what they suspect is rightfully theirs: citizen slaves.
With assistance from her fellow Kinder, Finn, and an ill-equipped crew of volunteer squaddies, Caroline needs to shield her urban to the final breath or watch her humans marched away in chains.
Warchild: Spirit (4.5 out of five stars - 35 Amazon reviews)
For the electorate of the People's Republic of Virginia, their final desire of freedom has pale with their spirits. The everlasting rains proceed to fall. drained, hungry, and soaked to fragile bones, there is not anything left to do yet march towards the single destiny they've got left: a lifestyles in slavery.
But no longer if Caroline may help it. She's out of recommendations, yet giving up used to be by no means certainly one of them.
Facing overwhelming new demanding situations and previous enemies, Caroline quickly learns that even if the bullets cease flying, the conflict isn't over.
By Billie Nicholas
With greater than part the rustic making up the Resistance, the President needed to do whatever drastic to command keep watch over: he arrested them, after which introduced a choreographed push of reengineered opiates from coast to coast. quickly, all who hostile him have been “put to sleep” and despatched to paintings as a military of senseless zombies in an ever starting to be procedure of factories. the recent chief had made solid on his delivers to deliver again production jobs and unite the rustic in a single unbelievable swoop.
But no longer each person used to be tormented by the drug. approximately fifteen years later, a few humans have been nonetheless wide awake. Hiding among the sleepers. Plotting. making plans. anticipating an opportunity to stand up as soon as again.
By Omar El Akkad
'[American War] creates as haunting a post-apocalyptic universe as Cormac McCarthy did in The Road, and as devastating a glance on the fallout that nationwide occasions have on an American relatives as Philip Roth did in The Plot opposed to America . . . El Akkad has written a unique that not just maps the harrowing results of violence on one lady and her family members, but in addition turns into a traumatic parable in regards to the ruinous effects of battle on traditional civilians.' Michiko Kakutani, New York Times
Sarat Chestnut, born in Louisiana, is just six while the second one American Civil warfare breaks out in 2074. yet even she understands that oil is outlawed, that Louisiana is part underwater, that unmanned drones fill the sky. And while her father is killed and her relatives is compelled into Camp endurance for displaced people, she fast starts off to be formed by means of her specific time and position until eventually, ultimately, in the course of the impression of a mysterious functionary, she is became a dangerous software of conflict. Telling her tale is her nephew, Benjamin Chestnut, born in the course of warfare – a part of the astounding iteration – now an outdated guy confronting the darkish mystery of his previous, his family’s position within the clash and, particularly, that of his aunt, a girl who kept his existence whereas destroying untold others.
By David Bassano
Trevelyan’s guess proves an impossible to resist entice for an indelicate journalist, who suspects that folks and permanence should not mix…
By John Mangan
"Into a depressing Frontier is minimize from a similar textile because the better of Vince Flynn and Brad Thor." —James Rollins
In the close to destiny, Africa collapses into a huge failed nation, leaving the continent lawless and critically depopulated. for many, the breakdown brings horror, yet for others—the outcast, the determined, the felony, and the insane—it permits extraordinary chance: a brand new frontier of threat and limitless possibility.
In the US, ex-Navy SEAL Slade Crawford, emotionally crippled after two decades of entrance line strive against, the dissolution of his marriage, and the unintentional demise of his son, is falsely accused of terrorism. Slade flees to Africa to construct a brand new lifestyles and get away his previous, yet he's captured by means of an enigmatic American colonel, Gary Kraven, and blackmailed into monitoring down a blood cult that's rampaging around the sub-Sahara. suffering to stick alive and to unfastened himself from Kraven’s snatch, Slade pursues the cult around the lawless African frontier. He quickly learns that not anything is because it turns out and that he's status on the epicenter of an international fight that may confirm the process background. Slade needs to make a decision even if to struggle for his existence or his honor—he cannot have both.
By Ashley Waelti,Dilara Kan
By Theodore Dalrymple
Some fact will be advised in simple terms within the kind of fiction. this is the reason I selected to put in writing those stories.
-- Theodore Dalrymple
By Elan Mastai
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When Tom loses the affection of his lifestyles, time trip appears like the one resolution. . . what may be able to move wrong?
Elan Mastai's step forward novel brings a complete new measurement to a vintage love story.
'Sharp, humorous writing in a mind-bending, time-travelling junket of a singular' Daily Mail
So, the item is, I come from the area we have been supposed to have.
That capacity not anything to you, evidently, since you reside the following, within the crappy international we do have.
But it by no means should've became out like this. And it is all my fault - good, me and to a lesser volume my father.
And, yeah, i suppose a bit of Penelope.
In either worlds, she's the affection of my lifestyles. yet just a unmarried model of her can exist.
I have one most unlikely likelihood to mend history's maximum mistake and retailer this damaged world.
Except it capacity saving one Penelope and wasting the opposite ceaselessly - and i've totally no notion which to decide on . . .
Praise for All Our incorrect Todays
'Witty, unique, humorous, fascinating - a good story!'
Joe Haddow BBC Radio 2 ebook Club
'This attractive new novel is It's an excellent Life meets The Jetsons. Tom who lives in another 2016 the place the entire sci-fi fantasies of the Fifties are a fact, without notice reveals himself stranded in our 2016, the place he rediscovers his family members, associates, and self.' BUZZFEED
'Imagine a global the place 2016 used to be wonderful: no Bowie, Brexit, Bake-Off, Bannon. that is the place All Our mistaken Todays begins... formidable, humorous, wry and philosophical, it is not outstanding that writer Mastai started out his existence as a screenwriter (All Our flawed Todays has already been picked up by way of uber-producer Amy Pascal) simply because this a e-book that has the grand scope of sweeping cinema peppered all through' Emerald Street
'A exciting story of time go back and forth and trade timelines with a refreshingly confident view of humanity's future'
Andy Weir, writer of overseas bestseller The Martian
'All Our incorrect Todays is elaborately developed and awfully emotionally clever; it is a tale with tremendous excessive stakes that certainly makes you're feeling every thing of Tom's lousy quandary' SciFiNow
'A novel approximately time shuttle has no correct to be this attractive. a singular this attractive has no correct to be this clever. And a unique this shrewdpermanent has no correct to be this humorous. Or insightful. Or immersive. essentially, this novel has no correct to exist'
Jonathan Tropper, New York Times bestselling writer of This Is the place I go away You and One last item earlier than I Go
'Elan Mastai has conjured up a witty and freewheeling time-traveling romance that packs an emotional wallop.All Our incorrect Todays is a page-turning pride'
Maria Semple, writer of Today should be Different and Where'd You move, Bernadette
By Andrej Djakow,Matthias Dondl
St. Petersburg, Jahrzehnte nach dem Atomkrieg: Die Menschen klammern sich in den Metro-Stationen ans Leben. Es gibt auch Kolonien auf den Inseln vor der Stadt, eine davon auf Moschtschny. Als dort Jahre nach dem letzten verheerenden Krieg eine Atombombe detoniert und die Kolonie vollständig auslöscht, überleben nur zufällig einige Seefahrer, die sich jetzt in die Metro flüchten müssen. Die Seeleute vermuten, dass die Metro-Bewohner die Bombe gezündet haben, und drohen, die Stationen anzugreifen. Stalker Taran soll beweisen, dass niemand in der Metro zu einem solchen Attentat in der Lage ist. Doch dann verschwindet sein Ziehsohn Gleb …
By Frank Herbert
After the luck of his first novel The Dragon within the Sea (1955), Herbert wrote a variety of novels and brief tales that didn't discover a marketplace. He continued till ultimately, seven years later, he wrote the main unpublishable novel of all, Dune—which, as soon as it ultimately stumbled on a house with an vague writer, eventually made Frank Herbert a family identify synonymous with technology fiction.
This quantity collects 4 of these entire, never-before-published novels written sooner than Dune: High-Opp, a dystopian technological know-how fiction novel; Angels’ Fall, a jungle survival event; A online game of Authors, a chilly conflict mystery; and A Thorn within the Bush, a mainstream novel in response to a few of Herbert’s reviews in Mexico.