A man named Jack Strider and his team are sent to obtain an asset that can help them stop the evil dictator Eadric Valkoor and end the war. After running into troubles, Jack finds himself in the future. There, he meets and unlikely ally. To end the war once and for all, Jack must go back in time to finish him.
karos drav (aka darth draven) is on a mission to track down his mother's killers, a terrorist cell that has been attacking imperial assets for years. however, as karos stalks his prey, it becomes apparent that the terrorists are a lot closer to karos than he originally thought.
the second installment in the borders of civilization series - a story of three personas. jaina is a young girl about to complete her communities formal evaluation and enter into professional adulthood, raz is a raider lost in a world of violence and hamlee is a man just looking to protect his own. follow these three as two societies collide.
This is a story about the end of the world. I know, it's lame, too many books and movies have already capitalized on this theme. However, this story doesn't involve the zombies, the aliens or the mutants. I am imagining things in a more "realistic" scenario. I hope you will find it entertaining and thought-provoking.
After admitting herself into North-Star Psych-Home for Adults, Lucy learns of a new technique which can help to quell her angry outbursts. It is through this technique, however, that she discovers what she is truly capable of.
(Criticism welcome, please be as harsh as you can!)
This is a gateway short story to the science fiction apocalyptic novel series, UNBELIEVE.
This story is a blurb about how Isaak met Miss Amser with a little foreshadowing of what happens in Isaak's story, "New World"
How do you even begin to deal with it all? Nobody knows for certain until the situation actually occurs. Adapting to your new life, and coping with the past can break most people. Do you crumble, or persevere?
In the future, fast space travel has resulted in people commuting to Earth for work, but living on Sol's planets. This means a lot of time stuck traveling between planets. An inventor has created a new device that he believes will lead to instantaneous travel, ending the morning commute once and for all. One intrepid reporter though has reservations.
Humanity needs to enter the next stage in civilization. But it does not comes naturally. It is up to the best minds in the world to spin in a way it attracts public support and rally the masses behind what needs to be done.