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Pirates of New Earth Collection: Books 1-4
Sarah Branson

Prepare to be swept away into a post-apocalyptic world of action, adventure, revenge, and romance in the gripping Pirates of New Earth series. 

This award-winning series of strength and resilience is set three hundred years in the future in a world reborn.
Follow the adventures of Kat Wallace as she grows from a traumatized, enslaved young woman to a strong woman who will ferociously protect her children and family as she takes on the mantle of leadership of the pirate nation that adopts her.
“The Pirates series culminates in spectacular fashion! More riveting than anything you can watch on Netflix tonight.” — David Aretha, award-winning editor


Eden Falls
Arthur Quinn

Breaking the rules is required when it will save humanity’s last safe harbor. Nathan just doesn’t understand why it’s up to him.

Nathan Hurst always believed he was a normal guy with a normal life until the day the trucks came.

Ripped from his home and loaded onto a waiting spacecraft without explanation, he and hundreds of others are ferried to a distant asteroid, Ixion, equipped with the peak of all technology. Here they learn they’re the last and best of the human race, chosen for their genetic compatibility. Those left behind are doomed to extinction, trapped on an Earth soon to be destroyed.

Many of his companions accept their role and try to build a new life on Ixion. But not everyone believes Earth has perished. As conspiracy theories blossom, someone begins to sabotage the asteroid’s infrastructure. If Nathan can untangle the truth from the lies and assumptions, he and his friends may be able to save Ixion. If they can’t, there’s nowhere left to go.

★ ★ EDEN FALLS is a post-apocalyptic adult science fiction adventure filled with strong friendships, new world exploration, and intrigue. ★★


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Before The Cure
Deirdre Gould

In Neil's mind it started with the man in the park. Or, more specifically, with the vicious bite the man had given Neil. He was wrong about that. The December Plague had started weeks earlier, though no one knew it.

The early symptoms were so mild that almost no one noticed them. A scratchy throat. A feeling of lethargy that you just can't shake. But then the slurring started. And an intense irritability. Finally, an irresistible urge to bite and consume accompanying an uncontrollable rage.

The Infected cannot be reasoned with and there is no known cure. They cannot recognize even their closest friends. Anything that attracts their notice risks being torn apart, including one another. Quarantined in a desperate attempt to contain the December Plague, the patients and staff of Wing Memorial hospital are left to fend for themselves. When the small security force sent to aid them are wiped out, the Infected run loose in the halls and Neil is trapped inside with them. Even worse is the knowledge that containment has failed and the outside world has no idea what’s coming.