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Life on Second Earth is not easy. Some believe war is the only way; Some believe only compromise can help them survive. Join Xaverie and her very "different" friends as they discover who will prevail.
Submitted almost 1 year ago by WMeg
Catharine Stahlric is sent her brother's AI, which contains dangerous information that finds her and four other outlaws running from the wrath of the USA's most powerful businessman, Sable Valencourt.
Submitted almost 1 year ago by Deleted
A young thief on a distant world is forced to fight for something other than himself as alien invasion and conspiracy risk everything he holds dear.
Submitted about 1 year ago by Nicholas Woode-Smith
John Marlow captains a vessel to the far reaches of space only to become embroiled in a horrific struggle in a nightmare world that test his limits as a man in his desire to return to his family.
Submitted 11 months ago by Deleted User
An armistice forged in fear and blood, the World Coalition has allowed demons to walk among us. Now, the carefully negotiated treaty is broken, and a group of teenage soldiers must settle the score.
Submitted 11 months ago by Eugene ~Xeawn~ Ward
After an alien invasion causes irreparable damage to the human race, survivor Layla Strohm must choose between staying wrapped up in memories of her missing husband or moving on to new love.
Submitted 11 months ago by KateThompson
It was no more than a history project. But it became so much more. A journey of discovery. A journey two hundred years long.
Submitted 11 months ago by evaro