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Genre(s): Science Fiction | Adventure
When strange seizures threaten the life of the girl he loves, a young man leaves a protective enclave of ancient machinery and searches the ruins of civilization for a cure.
Three centuries after a global pandemic and nuclear war, the mountains and plains of Colorado flourish with wildlife. The survivors avoid the blasted zones of “ghost-sickness,” hunt mule deer in the pine forests, and cultivate new strains of crops. Scattered tribes fight short, brutal wars and trade slaves for rifles made by a rising power in the south.
High in the Rockies a collective thrives in the still-functioning remains of a research facility. With each passing generation the true nature of the founding ancestors has become fantastical myth to most villagers, who spend their time hunting outside the valley or farming corn and hemp. Carefully selected priests serve as caretakers of the ancient machinery, doctors, and librarians of the past.
One of the hunters, a tough and resourceful teenage girl nicknamed Badger, falls unconscious with momentary, uncontrollable shaking. Wilson, a bookish apprentice priest, searches the library and the old databases for a cause to the mysterious illness. Together, he and Badger crawl through abandoned tunnels deep within the mountain. What they discover about the past forces them to choose between love for each other and the strict rules of the village.
Genre(s): Contemporary | Fairy Tales
A storm is brewing.
High on a mountain in Central Europe a vengeful chaos lord has managed to get a terrifying device to do his bidding. The future of the whole of mankind is at stake, and only a plucky band of luck goblins can possibly stop him.
There’s just the troublesome matter of a crime wave, global financial meltdown, and WW3 to deal with first…
A rip-roaring fantasy adventure from the author of The Hopfield Tales.
“The magical concepts in the book are creative and engaging, yet the characters can be easily related to and the magic weaves through a world the reader knows. The result is an enchanting story that is thought-provokingly possible.” — debzi f, Amazon UK
“The story is well written, fast paced and hard to put down! The journey across snowy Europe reminded me of The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe. There are also elements of the story which would appeal to fans of The Hobbit and Harry Potter.” — Jelly Bean, Amazon UK
“I thought it topical funny and found it hard to put down, or in this case turn off. Overall I found it very enjoyable and different.” — TarquiniusTastebuds, Amazon UK
“Mike Evers’ The Chaosifier is a joyful fantasy/ boy’s own adventure story with a touch of satire. Think The Borrowers mixed with Mission Impossible and the knockabout humour of Dad’s Army and Four Lions!” — Paul D Brazill, Amazon
“I definitely recommend this well-written novel to readers of fantasy. The story has a slow build up to the climax, but once there, I was hooked. ” — C. Rice, Amazon US
“Author, Mike Evers debut, YA fantasy novel is a smash hit. Appealing to both young and old, the characters are loveable even at their worst. A touch of sci-fi brings the fantasy experience to life. You begin to question the “what if’s” of a story which mirrors very closely to reality. An exciting read, The Chaosifier will keep you riveted until the end.” — L-A. Graf Vinson, Amazon US
“As a reader I have read another book by this author; it too was a fable tale about Robin Hood and was a delight, The Spirit Archer. I did not expect anything less from this writer, he has such a creative mind and a writing style which is delightful, entertaining and full of wonder and chills all at the same time. It reminds me of the favorite book, The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe full with its zany adventures and moral consciousness.” — S Mahoney, Amazon US
Genre(s): Self-Help | Relationships
Divorced? Ready to get back in the dating game?
Any man can succeed with women. Yes, any man. However, if there’s ever a time to feel unsure about doing so, it’s after a divorce. And why not? You’ve been off the market for years, you’ve had your world turned upside down, and a marriage that didn’t work out can feel like the opposite of success. Fortunately, divorce represents a fresh start, a chance to meet new women, have some fun, and, eventually, find that great woman who is better for you than your ex could ever be.
Following up her well-received book for men – Changing Your Game: A Man’s Guide to Success with Women – dating expert Dr. Christie Hartman offers divorced men Back in the Game, a dating advice guide that focuses on succeeding with women after divorce. Christie shows you:
* How to avoid letting your past sabotage your new life as a single man
* The 6 common dating mistakes men make post-divorce, and how YOU can avoid them
* Tips for figuring out exactly what you want out of dating
* The best (and worst) places to meet women after a divorce
* How to succeed at dating when you’re a single dad
* And much more!
Whether divorced or still separated, married 2 years or 20, looking to date casually or find the love of your life, Back In the Game gives you the tools to approach dating with a win-win mentality and to find the happiness you deserve.
Genre(s): Contemporary | Contemporary Fiction
Katie Bonner, 75, isn’t aging as her contemporaries are. Her new young doctor, Christian Bardo, marvels at her physical condition. What is her secret? Bardo devotes his career to trying to find out, revealing in his books he and Katie have been the love of each other’s lives despite the fifty years age difference between them. Katie is also of great interest to the pharmaceutical industry as the decades of her life unfold, and the whole world, it seems, would like to emulate her youthfulness. A secret government project also has its eye upon her with the goal of harvesting her DNA.
The one person who may know the true secret of Katie is an obscure monk in a monastery in the rugged fastness of Colorado’s Elk Range. He’s been tracking her life’s trajectory in the heavens with a home-made telescope. He tells her a “tumult” occurred in the cosmos at her birth.
In the year 2085, Katie is at last dying. Her beloved granddaughter, Emma, a sprightly seventy-eight-year-old, is at her bedside. Emma has plans to insure that her beloved Ga’s DNA perishes with her…
Genre(s): Biographies & Memoirs | Historical
We all have our stories to tell of where we were the morning of September 11, 2001. This is one of them. In “That Day In September” Artie Van Why gives an eyewitness account of that fateful morning. From the moment he heard “a loud boom” in his office across from the World Trade Center, to stepping out onto the street, Artie vividly transports the reader back to the day that changed our lives and our country forever. “That Day In September” takes you beyond the events of that morning. By sharing his thoughts, fears and hopes, Artie expresses what it was like to be in New York City in the weeks and months following. The reader comes away from “That Day In September” with not only a more intimate understanding of the events of that day but also with a personal glimpse of how one person’s life was dramatically changed forever.
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