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A teenage boy who has a power in which some people could only dream about.
By Youngwook Kang
Doctor Richards is fixing a loop in a sewer and finds a mysterious artifact that leads him to a man who owns a time machine/teleporter.
By Christopher J Musatto
Stilton Smyth's job is to teleport around the universe and clean up space-debris. On a routine job he encounters a Frontier researcher who shouldn't be alive. Gregor has been adrift for over a year and has been disconnected from the rest of humanity. Hundreds of years after Earth's...
Lulworth Cove, England, 1348: Washed up on Earth with no plans, no memory, and no way home alien Foster Luck is soon abandoned by his two travel companions who go their separate ways. Oneâ€™s on a mission, one was forced here against his will, and neither want anything to do with him....
By Pratibha Dh
Childrens book/ Middle Grade fantasy Ebook "Fury of the Primates" is free on Amazon from 30th November to 4th December,2013 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00GIZPNYE
Geoffery, a boy in our universe, is somehow teleported to the COD zombies universe, he has a plan to leave, but will he succeed? Or will he perish and never come home? Better read to find out~!
By Wood Nymph
The diary entry of a military operation gone wrong.
Short Story | Updated May 27, 2013 | Reads: 4 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 1
By Laurence P
Never trust a hero. The most basic rule for villains. When Melissa puts her trust in one, she quickly realises the consequences, and is forced into the life of the one hero she can't stand, but can't kill.
Never ever kill. The key rule for heroes, and yet, it very rarely seems to be followed....
By Joshua Boyde
response to Renaâ€™s â€œTen Things That Science Fiction Got Wrongâ€ ... http://www.booksie.com/science_fiction/article/rena/ten-things-that-science-fiction-got-wrong