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The Pet Project

The Pet Project

by Amanda Milo
202 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 38 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
To Sleep in a Sea of Stars
by Christopher Paolini
880 Pages · 2015 · 13.3 MB · 81 Downloads · New!
“To Sleep in a Sea of Stars” is a story of love, loss, heartbreak, and unbreakable bonds. This novel is written by Christopher Paolini. This is a gorgeous story about how life doesn’t always work out the way we want it to, but if we’re willing, we can still make it a great life. It is a good compelling story, engaging and, easy to read. This is the perfect holiday novel, you can pick it up and get straight back into the story.
Half Way Home
by Hugh Howey
240 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 45 Downloads · New!
The “Half Way Home” is a thriller and fiction novel. Hugh Howey is the author of this fiction novel. He has written numerous fiction and non-fiction novel and all of them are worth to read. Hugh Howey was born in 1975 in America. His first book was initially published with a small press. In 2012, Howey signed a deal with Simon and Schuster to distribute Wool to book retailers across the US and Canada. Half Way Homeis quite different from the Silo series, showing Howey’s flexibility as an author. It is a shorter, less sprawling story. In this novel, the author describes 500 colonists have been sent across the stars to settle an alien planet. Once the ship landed the eggs were grown in vats and were to remain in the vats for 30 years learning their particular vocation. But on this journey, the colonists were released after only 15 years due to a fault. Then things continued to get worse for these teenagers as they struggled to survive. The 50 or 60 survivors quickly discover that their Artificial Intelligence has for unknown reasons, first initiated and then halted the abort sequence. Leaving numerous dozen teenagers unhappily to survive in a world they know nothing about. To know about further, then read this fiction novel.
Semiosis
by Sue Burke
336 Pages · 2015 · 2 MB · 56 Downloads · New!
“Semiosis: A Novel” is both a heartbreaking and beautiful little story of love & loss, strength & finding your way. Sue Burke is the author of this novel. This author is a master in bringing all of the stories together and throwing in a surprise ending. The author’s style is charismatic and entertaining, even if a bit self-indulgent. The novel masterfully builds the tension until it reaches a fever pitch as the author finally begins putting the various pieces of the puzzle into place. There are plenty of unexpected twists and turns in store for the foursome as the truth about the events preceding. It is an enjoyable read with constant developments between the past and the present. There are several sub-themes woven into the primary setting of the novel. It is a great story with an imaginative plot, believable characters and most of all heart and wisdom. It is truly a gem of a book. It shows that love is timeless. It will make your heart want to explode. This story is beautiful, magical and it’s a wonderful experience. In short, it is one of the best novels of all time that touch the soul of readers with powerful words.
Rogue World
by B. V. Larson
411 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 50 Downloads · New!
“Rogue World” is a great story to anyone interested in the cyberpunk type science fiction. B. V. Larson is the author of this novel. The author is a great Hard science fiction writer and really know how and when to entertain the readers. The story which he lays over this construct is great and it is certainly readable. This story is built with two protagonists and two slowly intertwining story arcs that meet in a very satisfying way. During the reading, readers can these scenes in their head very clearly. The dialogue is nice and tight and the author doesn’t over-explain things or sail off into inconsequential avenues of exploration. If you enjoy sci-fi with huge backdrops but drilled down and focused well-developed characters, you will dig this. Bonus points if you are a noir fiction fan. One other note, this book aims to illuminate what the author imagines as an “in-between” or middle stage of humanity’s journey out of the solar system. While many sci-fi stories focus on the near future and many others use the far-flung future as the grist for their tales. That said, this is an epic saga worthy to be called sci-fi. The ageless drama of every aspect of the human condition wrapped in a vac suit and hauling loads of ice home to feed and fuel the 40 billion humans on the inner planets.
Home World
by B. V. Larson
416 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 41 Downloads · New!
“Home World” is a great story to anyone interested in the cyberpunk type science fiction. B. V. Larson is the author of this novel. The author is a great Hard science fiction writer and really know how and when to entertain the readers. The story which he lays over this construct is great and it is certainly readable. This story is built with two protagonists and two slowly intertwining story arcs that meet in a very satisfying way. During the reading, readers can these scenes in their head very clearly. The dialogue is nice and tight and the author doesn’t over-explain things or sail off into inconsequential avenues of exploration. If you enjoy sci-fi with huge backdrops but drilled down and focused well-developed characters, you will dig this. Bonus points if you are a noir fiction fan. One other note, this book aims to illuminate what the author imagines as an “in-between” or middle stage of humanity’s journey out of the solar system. While many sci-fi stories focus on the near future and many others use the far-flung future as the grist for their tales. That said, this is an epic saga worthy to be called sci-fi. The ageless drama of every aspect of the human condition wrapped in a vac suit and hauling loads of ice home to feed and fuel the 40 billion humans on the inner planets.
For We Are Many
by Dennis E. Taylor
320 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 38 Downloads · New!
“For We Are Many” is a great story to anyone interested in the cyberpunk type science fiction. Dennis E. Taylor is the author of this novel. The author is a great Hard science fiction writer and really know how and when to entertain the readers. The story which he lays over this construct is great and it is certainly readable. This story is built with two protagonists and two slowly intertwining story arcs that meet in a very satisfying way. During the reading, readers can these scenes in their head very clearly. The dialogue is nice and tight and the author doesn’t over explain things or sail off into inconsequential avenues of exploration. If you enjoy sci-fi with huge backdrops but drilled down and focused well developed characters, you will dig this. Bonus points if you are a noir fiction fan. One other note, this book aims to illuminate what the author imagines as an “in between” or middle stage of humanity’s journey out of the solar system. While many sci-fi stories focus on the near future and many others use the far-flung future as the grist for their tales. That said, this is an epic saga worthy to be called sci-fi. The ageless drama of every aspect of the human condition wrapped in a vac suit and hauling loads of ice home to feed and fuel the 40 billion humans on the inner planets.

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