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Hyper Cage: Instant Reality Prequel One by Craig Lea Gordon
Cyberpunk Techno-Thriller with a twist of darkness
Reality unravels in ways unimaginable.
Jacked into the construct and primed for combat, Pterax is on a desperate mission to save his capital ship. On his approach to the enemy Dreadnought, the commanding voice returns. Can he resist its demands or will he succumb to its bidding, and cause reality to unravel in ways unimaginable?
Hypercage is a cyberpunk techno-thriller that features gripping and tense action, dark and vivid horror and a slice of future technology.
This novella is the first installment in Craig Lea Gordon’s Instant Reality series.
Shade City by Domino Finn
“They call it the City of Angels. Well… angels, demons… I don’t really know the difference.”
For Dante Butcher, Los Angeles ghost hunting isn’t a business, it’s a pastime. Going to clubs, knocking back a few drinks, even taking the occasional punch are all in a night’s work. But cool confidence doesn’t prepare Dante for what begins in a piss-soaked bathroom. The Dead Side opens up a whole new world to him, and for the first time, it’s the ghosts that are hunting Dante.
Cape Zero: The Fall by Nicholas Woode-Smith
When social recluse, Peter Swart, manages to survive an attack by an insane homeless man, he soon discovers that Cape Town is not going to be a good holiday spot for much longer.
In the wake of a failed government state of emergency, society crumbles in South Africa as a virus turns people into violent cannibals.
Within a day, the already compromised military collapses.
Cape Town becomes a dark zone.
Its residents are left for dead.
With chaos, anxiety and possible insanity – will Peter be able to survive the apocalypse or, worse yet, the necessity to live with other people?
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