I Owe You One Galaxy by August Verona: In a futuristic society on a distant planet in the Milky Way, two young orphans must venture out into the cosmos to find a new home after their lives are touched by disaster. Their story is full of adventure, strength and the love that exists between two sisters.
The Culling (Alien Apocalypse Part I) by JC Andrijeski: Jet is a skag, a human living on Earth after aliens invaded. Surviving underground with her family by hiding from aliens and raiders alike isn’t easy. Where do they take the stolen people? After one of them finds Jet, she realizes she’ll find out soon enough.
Ashes and Rain by Alexes Razevich: When Khe and her new sisters destroyed the lumani, the overlords of their world, they thought freedom would make life better for everyone. Instead it brings growing chaos—something Khe bears the guilt of. The lumani had secreted away dangerous information that threaten her world. And these secrets that have fallen into some very bad hands.
GMO 24- Complete Omnibus by James Hunt: In the wake of mass starvation, the Soil Coalition’s fascist communities of the United States have not made the world a better. The Coalition’s founder blackmailed Alex Grives into finding a scientist he believes has discovered a solution to save the land from GMO-24.
Second Star: Breaking Through by Josh Hayes: Science Fiction and Neverland collide! Fighter pilot John McNeal is ripped from our world and dropped into a very different, very dangerous one. He soon discovers that this strange new world isn’t alien at all, or a land of pixies, pirates or boys who don’t grow old.
Work. Rest. Repeat. by Frank Tayell: A world wrecked by war requires escape through the construction of colony ships. But the murder of two workers puts completion on hold. The killer must be caught. Nothing can stop the ships from being launched.
The Chicken and The Quail by Nissar Ahmed A. Naik: I posted a story on the web. I got some rave reviews for it. Now a novel, it is about a dead man who resurfaces. Will we ever see a dead man standing in front of us? Impossible? Farfetched? Recent scientific advancements have shown it to be disturbingly close to possible…
Lacuna by David Adams: Mankind develops the means to travel to the stars, but their device is detected and destroyed by an alien race. It is war. Melissa Liao, a female Chinese naval officer, is placed in command of a starship to fight the attackers and protect Earth.
Lord of the Black Land: Part One by Jack Conner: Black times have come to Felgrad. Once one of the jewels of the Crescent, now the dark powers have turned their gaze upon it, and Giorn Wesrain, son of the baron of Fiarth, has become inextricably drawn into the machinations of the Dark One, along with his beloved Niara, High Priestess of Illiana.
Marked By The Alpha Wolf: Book One by Scarlett Grove: Cassandra Kline was taken in by Pyramid Corporation during a global nuclear war. For the next five years, she lived safely inside a protective domed city. Working in The Program, a virtual reality simulation, Cassie is confronted by her dead mother. After a shocking revelation about the people she believed had saved her, the hologram of her mother leads her out of the dome and into a toxic, dead world. Rafe, the alpha of a mutant werewolf pack, takes her in and helps her come to terms with the new world they share.
1/2986 by Annelie Wendeberg: Our world changed – our climate, our ecosystems, our food and water supply. Our survival stands on a knife’s edge. Ten billion lives are lost. Three million survived. War is coming. This is our story.
Ascent by Jonathan Small: Mad science, friendship and betrayal, Black Sand, politics: the Artifice Academy is a hard place: every moment a lesson, every lesson a trap. Inga dares to hope, walking a tightrope of isolation between failure and madness. A dark, young adult, steampunk drama.
The Breeders by Katie French: Sixteen-year-old Riley Meemick is one of the world’s last free girls. When Riley was born, her mother escaped the Breeders, the group of doctors using cruel experiments to bolster the dwindling human race. The Breeders control everything; they have unchecked power in this lawless society. And they’re hunting Riley.
The Whisper of Stars by Nick Jones: Praised by Kirkus.com, this novel tells the story of a futuristic society where human hibernation is mandated in order to save the human race from extinction. One cop tasked with enforcing this practice unexpectedly remembers something she should’t have. She must unravel the mystery, even if it means risking her life.
Fated Saga Books 1-3 by Rachel Humphrey-D’aigle: Telepathic twins, Meghan and Colin Jacoby, expect a typical summer at camp… until unexpected visitors arrive. Ones that wear wingtip shoes rather than hiking boots while venturing off into the Maine woods. Or disappear into things clearly too small to fit so many people. Along with continually peering into the sky as if expecting something terrifying to fly overhead. And when frightening and unexplainable events follow these travelers’ arrival, the twins realize that this summer, will be their least typical of all.
One is Come by C. H. MacLean: Now that the time of prophecy is near, the dragon clans are ready to step out of hiding. The king of magic users will stop at nothing to maintain his power. Haylwen doesn’t even know she’s a magic user let alone that her choices will dictate the fate of the entire world.
Sacred Bloodlines by Wendy Owens: Gabe discovers the scary nightmare visions that have haunted him for his entire life are more than just him going insane. In fact, he discovers there’s an entire world he never knew existed. A world where he’s no longer invisible. A world that has been waiting for him. Now Gabe has to decide to fade back into oblivion and leave the world in the hands of the demons, or step up and claim his destiny as a Guardian. The cost could be his life and the decision isn’t easy.
Arena Mode by Blake Northcott: The #1 Amazon bestseller is an enthralling, cinematic journey through a future where superhumans are a reality…but they’re not here to save the world. The acclaimed novel is the most-funded Kickstarter series of all time, and a 2013 BSFA nominee.