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Mirror Target
By David Schibi
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 8,520. Language: English. Published: January 1, 2011 by Gambler Press. Category: Fiction
Framed for crimes he didn’t commit, Markus is on the run. His plan - to melt into the crowds at Way Station Forty Two (halfway up the space elevator) - is derailed when, on a passing shuttle, he spots a familiar face -- his own face! Caught up in a conspiracy theory he doesn’t remember and with assassins closing in the one thing Markus knows for sure is that his time is running out!
Food For Thoughts
By Secret Agent X-9
Price: $9.95 USD. Words: 66,440. Language: English. Published: January 11, 2011. Category: Nonfiction
Food For Thoughts is a collection of assorted topics that readers should find interesting, and include such subjects as the economy, health care, UFO's, the broadcasting industry, the prospects and implications of possible life on other planets, and even some thoughts about the current state of comic books. If you're looking for something unusual to read, this just might be it...
UnEarthed
By Rebecca Bloomer
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 42,440. Language: English. Published: November 20, 2011. Category: Fiction
If you’re going to colonise a planet, you’d better be willing to fight for it. Within Anphobos, there grows a new race. The first generation of humans never to set foot on Earth. They are pale skinned, large eyed and worship no god but science. They possess technological skills and processes Earth has refused to acknowledge. Until now…
Leaving Earth: Why One-Way to Mars Makes Sense
By Andrew Rader
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 33,230. Language: English. Published: September 21, 2013. Category: Nonfiction
We are now at the cusp of settling other worlds, but the timeline for a Mission to Mars is still over 20 years off. But it doesn't have to be. This book demonstrates why we should go to Mars, and why when we do going one-way - not to die, but to live - actually makes a lot of sense.