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The Age of Ash by Andrenik Y. Sergoyan
The first in an epic series, The Age of Ash follows the tales of four unlikely heroes who’s fates are intertwined by destiny: A young fisherman discovers a dangerous truth that will forever change him and the powerful religion their nation is built upon. A forbidden lover to the head of the mighty Aegantine Church must find the courage to reveal a family secret that could lead to her ruin, though perhaps the salvation of their kingdom. A young girl is separated from her father when she manages to escape capture by an encroaching elven army, and finds herself as the only one capable of warning the king of the coming threat. And her father, prisoner to the evils she had escaped, must find himself freedom in order to reunite with his child, and in the process discovers the unbelievable truth surrounding the gods they serve.
Miriya by Jade Kerrion
Thirty years into the First Genetic Revolution, society’s tolerance for human derivatives is wearing thin. Clones and in vitros are regarded with suspicion, and mutants with resentment. Yet in spite of the hostile environment, some alpha telepaths—like Miriya Templeton—have thrived.
Her luck is running out.
Destiny has set her life on a collision course with Danyael Sabre, the alpha empath who can kill with a touch. Whether he becomes friend or foe, whether he and she live or die, will depend on the choices she makes. On her decisions hang the outcomes of the Second Genetic Revolution. Miriya, however, does not believe in destiny, nor want any part of the revolution. It is up to the enforcer, Jake Hansen, to convince her otherwise, and he is running out of time.
Miriya is a “prequel” novella to the Double Helix series.
Sleeping Gods by Matt Eaton
By NASA’s best guess, the crew of Apollo 8 are an even money chance of dying.
A long list of things could go catastrophically wrong as they attempt to park their supersonic spacecraft into stable lunar orbit. But they get it done, paving the way for one giant leap toward the surface. They are the first men alive to see the far side of the Moon — the lunar face permanently turned away from Earth.
Inside the tiny capsule, astronaut Bill Anders points his camera at the lunar horizon and captures one of the most famous photographs of all time.
Our planet, lonely and fragile in the eternal darkness of space. Lonely, but perhaps not alone.
Another photo is taken that day… one so sensitive even the NASA chiefs don’t know about it.
Sleeping Gods puts you right there on the first manned mission to the Moon.
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