Posts Tagged ‘Scifi Fantasy’
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Search of Pride
Realm Chronicles Book 1
Taryn Jameson & Gabriella Bradley
SciFi Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
gods smile upon a weary warrior…
a warrior returning home from battle, rests by a tempting magical
pool and meets a siren who changes his life forever.
by a curse, he must find a way to save his pride.
returns from a war far from his home to find that his village is
destroyed and his pride missing. With the help of his guardian
dragon, Ciara, he sets out to find his missing family and
Ciara saves Brennâ€™s life twice, he begins to realize that he is not
as invincible as he once thought. He must accept his limitations and
the help of his lifemate to keep him safe.
Realm Chronicles Book 2
rescue of Brennâ€™s pride sets off an angry tirade from Cewrick that
results in curses that almost cripple the Crimson Realm and all of
the help of Ciara, Brenn leads his crew through the bowels of the
planet and the forbidden forest to unlock the secret of defeating
Cewrick. But will his defeat end the reign of terror on their world?
Realm Chronicles Book 3
Erica is granted a commission in the kingâ€™s army and gifted a
magical sword for her bravery, she begins to look forward to a future
for both herself and her crew. But not everyone is happy with their
joins Brennâ€™s team in the fight to save his planet from the angry
god, Zohmes, and she finds herself charmed by more than just the
planet. The sexy lion shifter, Laro, claims she is his lifemate,
setting her passions ablaze. Stung by the sharp tongues and
dissension of some of her crew, Erica pushes him away to focus on the
lives of her crew members.
Erica accept a future with Laro, or will she let hate and betrayal
decide her fate?
Realm Chronicles Book 4
by several members of her crew, Erica now finds herself in a race to
beat the clock. A rare poison injected into the kingâ€™s blood from
the blade of her sword, threatens his life.
joins her lifemate, Laro, and the rest of the team, on a mission rife
with danger to search for the antidote to save the king. With an
angry god bent on destroying the royal line by any means possible,
the team doesnâ€™t know who to trust or what Zohmes will do
Erica find a way to prove the innocence of her crewmembers before the
blade of judgement falls?
Realm Chronicles Book 5
throne in peril. The crown challengedâ€¦
of love and hate, King Biryn must fight between the two. The demons
within surface when the woman he loves is abducted by his
great-grandfather, the fallen god, Zohmes.
throne. His abduction of Cylena ensures that Biryn cannot beget an
heir. Imprisoning her in Yanata, the underground world of Ierilia and
his to rule, he thinks he is one step further toward the throne and
life, to defend his throne and crown. He has to travel to Yanata to
rescue Cylena. With his team, his family, and the help of the god
Izarus, he descends to the heinous bowels of Ierilia.
they be able to save his future queen? Can they defeat Zohmes once
and for all and bind him forever to Yanata?
is a mother, artist, and avid reader who lives in an enchanted forest
that sparks her imagination to create. Her latest outlet is the
written word. She is the alter ego of cover artist Angela
designing the covers for this series and thought it was a lot of fun
bringing the Crimson Realm to life both with words and visually with
Bradley lives in beautiful British Columbia, Canada, amidst
rugged mountains. She more than often has a grizzly in her backyard
searching for food. Other critters that visit on a regular basis are
cougars, coyotes, squirrels, raccoons.
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Robert J. Sawyer
of the Aurora Award for best novel of the year. Named best novel of
the year by The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction.
Argo. A superstarship on a mission to a distant world. Controlled by
a monumental computer named JASON, the Argo proceeds flawlessly . . .
until death strikes its sleek decks with sudden and mysterious
Diana Chandler is dead of radiation. Her body lies in the Argo’s
ramfield â€” where hydrogen ions are funneled into the engines.
Chandler’s death has been deemed suicide. But her ex-husband, Aaron
Rossman, isn’t so sure. As he probes further, he becomes certain that
Diana’s death is a matter of murder â€” and that the murderer is
Rossman must face the unthinkable: why would an artificial
intelligence conceive and execute that most heinous of human crimes?
And if so, can a mortal mind take on a cunning computer . . . and
of an Era
Robert J. Sawyer
Brandon Thackeray is eager to find out what killed the dinosaurs.
With a newly developed, still-experimental timeship, he will be able
to do what no human being has ever done: stand face-to-face with a
living, breathing dinosaur. But he and his partner (and rival) Miles
“Klicks” Jordan discover that they are not the only
intelligent creatures on Earth at the end of the Cretaceous. There’s
a war going on and the dinosaurs are right in the middle of
note that this book is not part of The Quintaglio Ascension Trilogy.
It is a stand-alone novel set on Earth.
Robert J. Sawyer
only novel of its year to be nominated for both the Hugo and Nebula
Awards. Starplex won Canada’s Aurora Award for best novel of the
nearly twenty years Earth’s space exploration had exploded outward,
thanks to a series of mysterious, artificial wormholes. No one knows
who created these interstellar passages, yet they have brought the
far reaches of space immediately close. For Starplex Director Keith
Lansing, too close.
is superseding understanding. And when an unknown vessel â€” with no
windows, no seams, and no visible means of propulsion â€” arrives
through a new wormhole, an already battle-scarred Starplex could be
the starting point of a new interstellar war . . .
Robert J. Sawyer
won Japan’s Seiun Award and was a finalist for the Hugo
Tardivel is a scientist working on the Human Genome Project with the
Nobel Prize winner, Dr. Burian Klimus. A driven man, Pierre works
with the awareness that he may not have long to live: he has a
fifty-fifty chance of dying from Huntington’s disease, an incurable
hereditary disorder of the central nervous system. While he still has
his health, Pierre and his wife decide to have a child, and they
search for a sperm donor. When Pierre informs Dr. Klimus of their
plan, Klimus makes an odd but generous offer: to be the sperm donor
as well as to pay for the expensive in vitro fertilization. Shortly
thereafter it transpires that Klimus might be hiding a grim past: he
may be Ivan Marchenko, the notorious Treblinka death-camp guard known
as Ivan the Terrible.
digging into Klimus’s past with the help of Nazi hunter Avi Meyer,
Pierre and his wife discover that Pierre’s insurance company has been
illegally screening clients for genetic defects. The two lines of
investigation begin to coverage in a sinister manner, while they
worry about the possibility of bearing the child of an evil, sadistic
killer . . .
Robert J. Sawyer
2007, a signal is detected coming from the Alpha Centauri system.
Mysterious, unintelligible data streams in for ten years. Heather
Davis a professor in the University of Toronto psychology department,
has devoted her career to deciphering the message. Her estranged
husband, Kyle, is working on the development of artificial
intelligence systems and new computer technology utilizing quantum
effects to produce a near-infinite number of calculations
Heather achieves a breakthrough, the message reveals a startling new
technology that rips the barriers of space and time, holding the
promise of a new stage of human evolution. In concert with Kyle’s
discoveries of the nature of consciousness, the key to limitless
exploration â€” or the end of the human race â€” appears close at
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J. SawyerÂ â€” called “the dean of Canadian science
fiction” byÂ The Ottawa CitizenÂ and “just
about the best science-fiction writer out there these days”
byÂ The Denver Rocky Mountain NewsÂ â€” is one
of only eight writers in history (and the only Canadian) to win all
three of the science-fiction field’s top honors for best novel of the
World Science Fiction Society’sÂ Hugo
which he won in 2003 for his novelÂ Hominids;the
Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America’sÂ Nebula
which he won in 1996 for his novelÂ The
W. Campbell Memorial Award,
which he won in 2006 for his novelÂ Mindscan.
to the US trade journalÂ Locus,
Rob is the #1 all-time worldwide leader in number of award wins as a
science fiction or fantasy novelist. Recent honors include the
in the Arts AwardÂ from
Humanist Canada, the Queen ElizabethÂ II Diamond Jubilee Medal
from the Governor General of Canada, theÂ Hal
Clement AwardÂ for
Best Young Adult Novel of the Year (forÂ Watch),
and aÂ Lifetime
Achievement Aurora AwardÂ from
the Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy Association â€” the first
such award given to an author in thirty years, and only the fourth
such ever bestowed.
2009-2010 ABC TV seriesÂ FlashForwardÂ was
based on his novel of the same name, and Rob was a scriptwriter for
Canada’s Weekly NewsmagazineÂ says, “By any
reckoning, Sawyer is among the most successful Canadian authors
ever,” andÂ The New York TimesÂ calls him
“a writer of boundless confidence and bold scientific
extrapolation.” The Canadian publishing trade journalÂ QuillÂ &
QuireÂ named Rob one of “the thirty most
influential, innovative, and just plain powerful people in Canadian
publishing” (the only other authors making the list were
Margaret Atwood and Douglas Coupland).
novels are top-ten national mainstream bestsellers in Canada,
appearing on theÂ Globe
and MailÂ andÂ Maclean’sbestsellers’
lists, and they’ve hit #1 on the science-fiction bestsellers’ lists
published byÂ Locus,Â Amazon.com,Â Amazon.ca,Â Amazon.co.uk,
His twenty-three novels includeÂ Red
Planet Blues,Â Triggers,Â Calculating
and the “WWW” trilogy ofÂ Wake,Â Watch,
each volume of which separately won theÂ Aurora
Canada’s top honor in science fiction â€” for Best Novel of the Year.
â€” who holds honorary doctorates from theÂ University
of WinnipegÂ andÂ Laurentian
has taught writing at theÂ University
of Toronto,Â Ryerson
He has been Writer-in-Residence at the Richmond Hill (Ontario) Public
Library, the Kitchener (Ontario) Public Library, the Toronto Public
Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy,Â Berton
Dawson City, theÂ Canadian
and theÂ Odyssey
has given talks at hundreds of venues including theÂ Library
of CongressÂ and
Library of Canada,
dozens of events in places as diverse as Los Angeles, Boston, Tokyo,
Beijing, and Barcelona. He was born in Ottawa in 1960, and now lives
just west of Toronto.
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City Book 1
A Nicky Hjort
battles means Ink honors, prestige, and life itself. â€¦Yet nobody
understands what losing truly means.
another planet two hundred years in the future, twenty-one-year-old
Isla Jane struggles helplessly to figure out who she is and what her
world really means. Marked with a forbidden tattoo of the rising sun,
she is a natural champion of humanity and a gifted warrior in Heatsâ€“
lavish battles fought in the conjoined minds of the participants for
the morbid amusement of the masses.
Islaâ€™s desire to fade into the background, she emerges as an
obvious leader of her people when the senseless assassination of a
youth forces her to face the truth. Her volatile world, disguised by
its elaborate battles and constant mayhem, is a prison without bars
and a coffin, the lid already half-closed, that they must
when she vows to find a way to bring her people back home, Isla will
have to deconstruct consciousness and the very nature of the space
time continuum to unravel good from evil, truth from lies, and
survival from true love.
to the Cityâ€“where it takes lives to save livesâ€¦
Nicky Hjort is originally from Arlington, Texas- the second of five
siblings, all of whom have strong creative talents. She currently
lives in coastal central California where she practices medicine as
an Ob/GYN. In between being a lovingly devoted mother and delivering
babies, she writes stories that cross multiple genre lines- from Sci
Fi to high fantasy, but all of her stories have thriller and strong
romantic components. And for her clever reader, all of her
manuscripts are subtly connected to each other, with their purpose to
explore all facets of Love and Light. She likes to say that her
stories write themselves, and in the process, often write her, or at
least the next version of her hoping to emerge. A lover of all the
arts, A. Nicky Hjort hopes her stories might inspire you to find your
inner creative genius.
for her heroes- they are as varied and eclectic as her choice of
narrative genres, but when pushed to list her favorite influences,
she would say James Patterson, Barbara Kingsolver, Patricia Cornwell,
Dean Koonntz, Gene Roddenberry, Shel Silverstein, Suzanne Collins,
and Walt Disney.
thanks you for your attention to her work.
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by Nathaniel Danes
Genre: Scifi Fantasy, Adventure
About the Book
Contact with a race of pacifists convinces mankind to lay down its weapons and keep the peace. The last Medal of Honor recipient, Trent Maxwell, trades glory for the comforts of a family after the U.S. Army disbands. All that ends when an alien menace attacks the New Earth colony, which forces a crash mobilization. Trent finds himself reactivated and traveling through space to distant worlds, in order to stop this new enemy. During the century long journey of death, love, and loss, he also deals with the law of relativity that wreaks havoc with his daughter.