Books tagged: 1st person

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In Flesh
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 19,740. Language: English. Published: August 19, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Horror » Undead
The feeling comes back to your nose first, deep like a bleed. Then your hands, they tingle. Your eyes burn. The world is haloed, a white ring that pulses in time to the throb in your skull. You see a corner. You don’t know where you are. A zombie story without any zombies, this chilling first person perspective of the end of all things will leave you wanting more.
Kingsley Clan
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 39,640. Language: English. Published: June 29, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » General, Fiction » Romance » Sci-fi
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Abbey Winters is an ordinary 18-yr old girl whose world is turned upside down when she is taken prisoner by an eccentric vampire clan.
Shoot the Humans First
Price: Free! Words: 59,980. Language: British English. Published: June 15, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Science fiction » Military
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On Earth, everyone is a soldier. Like all humans Jadeth was trained from birth to kill. Humans are the best soldiers in the galaxy and they fight for whoever pays the most. With no family, no country, no tribe, their lives and their loyalty belong to High Command. But when Jadeth meets Ilyan, a man they call The Prophet, he learns he’s been lied to all his life.
Beneath The Surface
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 2,160. Language: English. Published: February 14, 2012. Categories: Fiction » Horror » General
Some children love the water. Others hate it. This is a short horror story that explains why.
Greenly Tainted Sleeves
Price: Free! Words: 720. Language: English. Published: November 28, 2010. Categories: Fiction » Young adult or teen » Poetry
A poem that goes into a teen looking at two other teens for who they really are. The message is that so many people wear facades that are virtually see through and don't realize it. It's a genuine take on oneself and one's view on another and how nature ultimately seeps through and throws in a handful of metaphors.