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December 2011 batch: Requests must be in by Monday, December 19th at 6pm EST.

Young 4 Ever (Не Стану Взрослой) (Russian Edition) by Andrei Kuzechkin (Urban Romantics)

Description: NOTE: This is a Russian-language edition of the book!

An accomplished cyber sportsman sets on a mission to spend a few days in a small provincial town. He posts an advert in local newspaper looking for a girlfriend who will help him spend a thousand dollars and soon starts an unconventional romantic relationship with an emo-girl named Ella. She is the only one that does not look like a gold-digger to Max.

The sweetest thing in any new relationship for Max is not sex, not even the first kiss, it is those last few seconds just before the kiss, when it is clear that the kiss is about to happen. Even if the actual kiss fails to materialise later for whatever reason, this moment of anticipation, this incredible moment, silence, slight numbness, adrenaline rush, the chill, the convergence of the lips, as if by accident... And then this feeling of warmth and euphoria starting to spread in the body.

As Max's affair with Ella continues to develop, a string of suicides hits this seemingly happy and quiet town. Suicides follow a certain pattern and affect young people about to turn twenty one. Set in modern day Russia and written by four times Debut Prize finalist Andrei Kuzechkin, this novel offers an intriguing detective story, based on author's own personal experiences and investigations revealing, on one hand, many failures of modern society to hear and understand young people, and inability of young people to face reality and grow up, on the other. Complex issues affecting kidults - adults refusing to grow up - are explored in this book amongst other things. Skilfully written narrative includes actual suicide notes, posts and other messages, in the form of song lyrics, videos and blog entries left by those young people who chose to stay forever young.

About The Author

Andrei Kuzechkin is a true 'method' writer from the heartland of Russia - Nizny Novgorod where he was born and where he lives now. Naturally he takes inspiration for his writing from his very rich personal life. As a teenager, Andrei was part of a local rock band and later produced a novel entitled 'Mendeleev Rock'. Then he travelled into the depths of Russian country side and worked there as a teacher. This experience resulted in another award winning novel revealing the true state of Russian countryside today. He worked in museums, libraries, usual and unusual companies in Russia and always continued to write. His wit and sharp eye have impressed prestigious Debut Prize critics and Olga Slavnikova in particular who associated new writing from Kuzhechkin with literary style of Vasiliy Aksyanov, another great Russian writer. Andrei has been among the finalists of Debut Prize for 4 years in a row in 2001.

Andrei Kuzhechkin About 'Young 4 Ever'

Однажды я решил написать свой последний роман. Точнее, написать роман так, будто он — последний. У каждого из нас бывают депрессивные периоды в жизни, когда хочется всё бросить. Иные люди, чтобы пережить такое состояние, замыкаются в себе, не выходят из дома — я же бродил тёплыми августовскими вечерами по улицам, жадно ловил и записывал впечатления. Уличные танцоры, интеллектуальный сноб, который отчаянно рисовался перед девушкой, рок-концерт, куда пришло всего пятнадцать зрителей, похороны старого друга — всё это сложилось в единую мозаику, всё встало на свои места в будущей книге. Чтобы вжиться в шкуру собственного героя, съездил в два города, где прежде не бывал, немного пожил там. В одном из городов, когда был в гостях у друга, нашёл у него журнал со статьёй о профессиональном геймере​ — это недвусмысленно указало, что я на верном пути.
Главный герой романа «Не стану взрослой», Макс - киберспортсмен, неоднократный победитель международных чемпионатов по компьютерным играм. С тем же успехом Макс мог бы быть писателем или музыкантом, меня интересовал не столько род занятий героя, сколько сама его личность: сильный человек, настоящий профессионал и художник своего дела, который многое пережил и многого добился, но внезапно обнаружил, что не может больше заниматься своим любимым делом, а на что переключиться — не знает. Что же делать? Уйти навсегда или дать себе ещё один шанс? Герой вступает в жестокую борьбу со своим злейшим врагом — с собственным «я». Несмотря на весь свой жизненный опыт и циничный взгляд на жизнь, Макс инфантилен. Добровольно оставить этот мир — значит, сдаться на милость своего детского «я». Продолжить жить — значит, пусть и запоздало, но стать взрослым.
Макс отправляется в небольшое путешествие в незнакомый город и на своём пути обнаруживает множество людей с той же проблемой. Самоуверенная студентка Карина, пикапер-неудачник Константин, художница Лилия, социопат Вадим — все они застряли в детстве, но каждый — по-своему. И мало того, Макс сталкивается с несколькими случаями самоубийств из-за нежелания взрослеть. Возможно, за этим стоит некая секта — герой начинает расследование. Но не стоит называть «Не стану взрослой» детективом: разгадка тайны — далеко не главное. Больше всего мне хотелось дать общий портрет современного молодого поколения, показать явления, общие для всех развитых стран: не зря английское слово «кидалт» и японское «хиккикомори» вошли во все языки мира.
Учит ли чему-нибудь книга? Концовка даст прямой ответ на этот вопрос.

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La química de l'aire by Antoni de Martí i Franquès (Rovira i Virgili University Press)

Description: Aquest llibre és una edició facsímil dels articles publicats a Madrid, París i Londes com a conseqüència de la lectura que Martí i Franquès va fer a la Reial Acadèmia de les Ciències i les Arts de Barcelona al 1790 sobre la mesura de la composició de l’aire. L’edició va acompanyada d’un estudi , a cura de Josep Grau, que aporta detall científic sobre la metodologia i el plantejament del problema en el seu marc cronològic, així com una comparació amb les investigacions anàlogues dutes a terme durant la mateixa època.

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Cemetery Club by J.G. Faherty (JournalStone)

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Description: 20 years ago four friends awoke an ancient evil, and only the Cemetery Club can stop it before the whole town ends up dead. Or worse.

Rocky Point is a small town with a violent history - mass graves, illegal medical experiments and brutal murders dating back centuries. Of course, when Cory, Marisol, John and Todd form the Cemetery Club, they know none of this. They’ve found the coolest place to party after school - an old crypt. But then things start to go bad. People get killed and the Cemetery Club knows the cause: malevolent creatures that turn people into zombies. When no one believes them, they descend into the infested tunnels below the town and somehow manage to stop the cannibalistic deaths.

Now, twenty years later, the horror is beginning again. The Cemetery Club must reunite to defeat the menace once and for all. The problem is they can’t remember how they did it the first time.

It’s a race against time to find the true source of evil infesting Rocky Point, as the Cemetery Club ventures into the cryptic maze, to face their demons in a final showdown.

"With plenty of new twists on some old favorites, Faherty's latest novel provides readers with as much fun in a graveyard as the law will allow. Ancient legends, demonic shadow-creatures, and ravenous zombies—what more could you ask for?" -Hank Schwaeble, Bram Stoker Award-winning author of DAMNABLE and DIABOLICAL.

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Almost Perfect by Patricia Rice (BookViewCafe)

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A Romance novel from NY Times bestselling author, Patricia Rice.

Cleo Alyssum would do anything to transform herself into the kind of mother her young son needs, but she’s learned from hard experience that people only wreck her life, making it tough to prove that she deserves her son back. Celebrated cartoonist Jared McCloud is just the kind of sexy, artistic, impossibly bull-headed extrovert who can shatter her carefully constructed serenity and ruin her chance to be perfect. But how can she avoid a man who doesn’t grasp the meaning of no or resist him when he breaches all her No Trespassing signs?

Almost Perfect is part of the McCloud Brother series of related novels - Impossible Dreams, McCloud's Woman,and Carolina Girl. All the books are stand alone.

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Enchantment by Pati Nagle (BookViewCafe)

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A Young Adult Romantic Fantasy from Pati Nagle

Holly Parker's life changes forever when she visits Enchantment Spring with her older sister Madison. They hike through the woods, and when they reach the spring, Holly's disappointed. A concrete coffin full of water? She expected a pool surrounded by flowers, birds, dancing dragonflies.

But fine. They eat the lunch they packed, and lounge around in the sunshine a while. As they get ready to leave, Holly dabbles her fingers in the water.

And sees a face beneath the surface.

The joy of first love fills her, but Holly's happiness turns to horror when she learns that the government plans to demolish Enchantment Spring. Her passion for Ohlan 'the beautiful water spirit who inhabits the spring' is so strong that she'll gladly risk her life, standing between the spring and the backhoes, to save him.

Pati Nagle's stories have appeared in Asimov's Science Fiction, the Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction, Cricket, and others. She was a Writers of the Future and Theodore Sturgeon Award finalist. Her novels include the Blood of the Kindred series (The Betrayal, Heart of the Exiled), and urban fantasy Immortal.

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Imago by Amy Sterling Casil (BookViewCafe)

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An SF novel from Amy Sterling Casil

There's a pig man at your window, and he's hungry. This is the world of Imago. Something has gone very wrong with this world. Changed freaks, victims of the Human Mutational Virus, roam California's streets. DisLex, the entertainment utility, monitors everyone's lives; yet few know that DisLex not only controls life, it has created it: perfect virtual constructs who can never die — the Imagos.

Amy Sterling Casil is a 2002 Nebula Award nominee and recipient of other awards and recognition for her short science fiction and fantasy which has appeared in publications ranging from The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction to Zoetrope. She is the author of 20 nonfiction books, about a hundred short stories, primarily science fiction and fantasy, one fiction and poetry collection, and two novels.

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Impossible Dreams by Patricia Rice (BookViewCafe)

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A Romance novel from NY Times bestselling author, Patricia Rice.

Maya Alyssum’s impossible dream is to open a school where kids can find unconditional acceptance—acceptance she and her sister had never experienced while growing up in foster homes. The town council’s representative holds her dream in his hands, and Axell Holm is the kind of uptight authority figure she loves to hate. So how is it that he can ring all her chimes, while she does her best to turn his ordered life upside down?

Impossible Dreams is part of the McCloud Brother series of related novels - Almost Perfect, McCloud's Woman,and Carolina Girl. All the books are stand alone.

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La Desperada by Patricia Burroughs (BookViewCafe)

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Historical Romance novel from Patricia Burroughs.

A desperate woman fleeing for her life holds a cold-blooded murderer at gunpoint and says, "Take me with you."

Thus her bid for freedom is bound to the bitter outlaw's quest for vengeance, and a tale of grand passion and wild adventure unfurls. Set in the Texas and New Mexico of Billy the Kid, their love and sacrifice become the stuff of legend, the legend of "La Desperada."

Originally titled What Wild Ecstasy [Kensington Books], this book captivated readers and inspired the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences/Nicholl Award-winning screenplay, "Redemption." Novel and script are available together for the first time, January 2012, Book View Cafe.

Award-winning screenwriter and novelist Patricia Burroughs loves dogs, books, movies, and football. A lifelong Anglophile, she treasures her frequent travels in the British Isles researching current science fiction/fantasy writing projects. She and her high school sweetheart husband are living happily ever after in their hometown of Dallas, Texas.

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A Shortage of Bodies by Dr. Gary D. McKay (Amethyst Moon Publishing)

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When Dr. Dick Meyer, a 55-year-old counselor and author turned amateur criminal psychologist, becomes involved in an unusual murder case with a disturbing lack of cadavers, the experience becomes unbearably personal. The victim is Mary Martinez, a personal friend and woman who seemed to have it all. She becomes “angel number one” in this crime novel, A Shortage of Bodies, set in Southern Arizona.

A mysterious box containing ominous souvenirs of the crime is left in the front yard of Desert County’s Sheriff Jerry Morgan. Morgan quickly assembles an unlikely band of investigators including Dick Meyer and a newly immigrated, retired Scotland Yard detective, Ian MacLennan. They soon discover that Mary’s not the only woman gone missing and presumed murdered. The search is on in the beautiful but deadly Desert Southwest.

A Shortage of Bodies is the first novel for Dr. McKay who has co-authored fourteen books and parent/teacher education programs, including How You Feel Is Up To You, Body, Mind, & Spirit, Calming the Family Storm and Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP), the world's leading parent education program. He is a retired psychologist and a diplomat in Adlerian Psychology (North American Society of Adlerian Psychology — NASAP). As an international educational and psychological consultant, Gary has conducted workshops in human relations, anger management, and parent/teacher study-group leader training in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Germany, Switzerland, The Netherlands, The United Kingdom and Ireland.

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Choices in the Great Circle by Lin Conklin (Amethyst Moon Publishing)

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Choices Within the Great Circle is the first novel for author Lin Conklin. Set in the middle ages, this coming of age story follows the life and choices of a young girl surrounded by good and evil within the people, the community, and the choices facing her. The story weaves the universal truths of the Old Ways through the struggles between the Church and those still holding on to their pagan beliefs.

“Life is made up of a series of events—events we choose in order to learn. All events are part of a life worth living. Events have taught you much and brought your life to the place it is now. They are as precious as the things people look upon as being ‘good’ or ‘respectable’. The reality is there are no good or bad events. There are just events. Chose what you may. They are unimportant compared to your path and your whole life. They only hold power over you because you are letting them.

Worrying about our past choices, ignoring the lessons they present, and choosing not focusing on the here and now is another topic widely addressed in the tale.

The past is the past. It makes us who we are. Only we can choose what to do from this moment and this place forward. If you realize the power you have in making that choice and only that choice, because there is only now, then you will be free of the power the past has on you right now.

These truths are as applicable today as they were a thousand years ago. Life’s choices and our free will to make them remain pivotal points in each person’s existence. The story is rich with wisdom about those choices, personal power, and life itself.

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Interview with Gods by i Cavalcanti (Amethyst Moon Publishing)

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"The universe is a big thing, it would be a shame if it was all was lost. "Interview with Gods" is a blend of science fiction and the metaphysical as I Cavalcanti crafts a future that looks deeper into the universe, the will of our planet, and the destiny of mankind. Asking many questions and offering many intriguing answers, "Interview with Gods" is a fine and insightful twist of metaphysical though, highly recommended."

MBR: Small Press Bookwatch, November 2011

From the beginnings of our universe, through the creation of Earth and all its inhabitants, External Consciousness (E.C.), an intelligent being who contacts the book’s central characters, describes the unified force of all things in the topics of creation, life, development, and integration. The philosophies are diverse and compelling and very much on target for today’s ever-changing world. On peace: “To be clear, man will only be able to experience the concept communicated by the word ‘peace’ when it ceases to be used, when it completely loses its sense of existence simply because there is nobody left who doesn’t know inner peace himself.” On disease: “The worst kind of disease that can strike your humanity is the lack of perception of the different processes that unfold in front of you, every day at every moment, which prevent you from abandoning your old destructive habits. The diseases afflicting your society are a direct result of the quality of the interaction held for millennia between humans and animals, plants and minerals.”

The book follows this globally scattered group of friends as they absorb the mysteries of our existence. Through the Internet and the controversial Echelon intelligence-gathering system, a US government agency becomes aware of their on-line encounter with E.C. and mandates its involvement in the exchange of information.
Interview with Gods is a compelling read for all interested in expanding their awareness of creation, the meaning of life, the balance of nature, and the yet unanswered question, “are we alone in the universe?”

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The San Joaquin Siren by William M. Behrns (Amethyst Moon Publishing)

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Hitch a ride with Captain Bill Behrns in his P-38 Lightning fighter through hair-raising adventures including flying at an altitude of 50 feet over the Southwest desert on a training run, patrolling the Northwest coast during the potential Japanese invasion, and dogfights over the jungles of the CBI during WWII.

The San Joaquin Siren is the true-life adventure of a determined young man who decided at an air show that he was going to become a P-38 pilot. With the odds stacked against him from birth, Bill used his grit, drive, and quick mind to make his dream become a reality. Told in an engaging style by author William ‘Bill’ Behrns with Kenneth ‘Ken’ Moore, The San Joaquin Siren is becoming a must-read for WWII enthusiasts and adventure seekers of all ages and interests.

Bill’s story goes far beyond the tale of a pilot and his place in the history of WWII. The authors lead the reader on a first-hand adventure through the sometimes-unorthodox escapades of Bill’s flight-training experience through his travels to exotic locations in Southeast Asia with unforgettable descriptions of people and places halfway around the world.

This is a compelling read for those interested in being fully entertained by travel adventures, WWII history, and the strength of this American's spirit and will.

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Broken Slate by Kelly Jennings (Crossed Genres Publications)

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Description: "This deft dissection of a mind under siege from an oppressive social system is tense and compelling. I couldn't put it down till I hit the last page."
—Cat Rambo, Endeavor Award-nominated author of EYES LIKE SKY AND COAL AND MOONLIGHT

"BROKEN SLATE is unexpectedly engrossing, with enough strength of character at its core to drag one along its richly carved path of violence, sex, submission, and rebellion. Martin is a compelling character, whose palpable determination not to be crushed by systemic cruelty and harsh circumstance leaves one looking forward to more of his story."
—Camille Alexa, Endeavor Award-nominated author of PUSH OF THE SKY

"One of Jennings's strengths is the nuanced way she weaves her characters, not entirely noble but not entire villainous either. They are complex people who have both conscious and unconscious biases, which is important for a novel like BROKEN SLATE."
—Author Charles Tan

Taken from his family’s merchant ship at the age of fourteen, Martin Eduardo endured years in the brutal contract labor system on the planet Julian. Now a contract rebellion brews.

The precarious – and emotionally costly – safety Martin had found with his seventh contract holder is put at risk by another holder, Jeno Lord Harper, who seeks to use Martin for his own aims. Years in the system have demonstrated what happens to contracts who fight back; Martin knows resistance will prove dangerous.

As the contract labor uprising gains momentum, and as he grows more acquainted with those involved in the rebellion, Martin begins to suspect that, although the consequences of disobedience are grim – even fatal – the consequences of obedience might be worse.

This novel from Crossed Genres Publications is available in the following formats: PDF, EPUB, MOBI, PDB, LIT & LRF

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Subversion by Various (Crossed Genres Publications)

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Description: Subversion: Science Fiction & Fantasy tales of challenging the norm is an anthology of stories about striking back at the status quo – whatever that might be. The Authority can be real or perceived; the act of subversion subtle or overt; and the consequences minute yet significant, or immense and world-shaking.

This anthology from Crossed Genres Publications will be released on December 5.

Early Reviewer copies are available as: PDF, EPUB, MOBI, LIT, LRF & PDB

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Broker by Kathryn Gayle (The Writer's Coffee Shop)

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Heiress Chelsea Chamberlaine runs her own division of Triple C, an international corporation started by her great grandfather. While her twin brother Trecee runs the more traditional functions of the business, Special Global Relations is Chelsea’s baby. She acts as arbitrator, mediator, negotiator, and broker for a very special commodity—people. When a high-ranking military contact requests her help to extract a CIA asset from the conflicts of the drug cartels in Mexico, she reluctantly agrees.

Steve Rivers is a world famous American journalist in Mexico, reporting anonymously on the brutal violence and corruption of the Mexican drug traffickers. Labeled El Mariachi by the Mexican press, he has closer ties to the country than most people know.

What begins as Chelsea’s rescue mission soon reverses as she finds herself at the mercy of a drug lord with Steve as her only hope of survival. But when Steve’s family becomes the next target of the cartels, Chelsea will do everything in her power to keep Steve from becoming a CIA puppet in another covert song and dance.

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My Only by Sophia Duane (The Writer's Coffee Shop)

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hy, awkward Adam is resigned to sit on the sidelines of life, overshadowed by his outgoing and popular twin brother, Aaron. Adam James’ life is far from perfect. A deeply internal person, Adam is silently confused about his lot in life, including life after high school. A talented drummer from a small suburb of Chicago, Adam keeps to himself, downplaying his abilities, thinking that he is less than all those around him. By living a life of moderate isolation coupled with his ambivalence toward most people, he is unable to gain new perspectives on himself.

But when a free spirited new girl with a troubled past moves in across the street, Adam's eyes are opened to a new world of possibilities. Olivia Cartwright is a fun loving, beautiful girl whose philosophies on life give her a deeper understanding of the world around her. Previously living a semi-nomadic life, Olivia is out of her element in the quiet, slow-moving suburb of Lakeside, Illinois. An instant connection between Adam and Olivia draws them closer, but why would anyone choose him when a better version exists? What will happen when Adam’s outgoing twin Aaron takes an interest in Olivia as well?

Adam has a choice to make: Keep his relationship with Olivia merely friends or fight to take it further, keep safely within the dormant cocoon he’s lived in for years or find and cultivate all of his good qualities. Which will he choose?

Will the friendship with Olivia change him? Will he adopt her philosophies, or will he continue to close himself off in his own world?

It seems Adam has a lot to learn about love....and life.

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The Enforcers: Freedom to Wield Will by Edmund Alexander Sims (SpaceStation Colt)

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Description: I've grown so much since the last time. Hi all - this is Sheol. Some of you may know me as a major character from this novel. Others of you may know of me as a result of vicious lies which have been spread around about me allegedly extorting the publisher of this book. In fact, I'll be talking with the creative director of Dope Enterprises about that press release and those status updates with the #help hashtag in short order. Anyway, I've taken it upon myself to rename this entire series and have since retroactively included that first Criticality novel and this second novel as a part of my new True Hate Trilogy. I know - I know: This is supposed to be Acro's series, but your protagonist chooses to hide like a scared child instead of facing me like an adult. And that's fine. People will die. That's fine. Eventually, your 'hero' will grow tired of using the rest of you as shields - that or, he'll run out of them. I certainly won't tire of taking you or anybody else in my way out until I get to him. Unless there's controversy, stupidity, or tragedy, people don't seem to want to get behind it, and I don't have a budget, so yes, I guess it's going to be all of the above. Dope Enterprises Disclaimer: Dope Enterprises does not condone or endorse the hurtful tone and violent rhetoric from this description. The views expressed here are those of Sheol alone.

From the Author
Sheol has lost his everloving mind, but he does represent the attitude of this project beautifully. The Enforcers: Freedom to Wield Will takes me back to the days when characters from other series waltzed in and out of books that they did not originate from - making major cameos with impunity, plots were neither confined to nor resolved within the covers of a single book, writers were readily accessible to shed light on complex angles, and insane story arcs spanned entire imprints in order to reward a publisher's most loyal readers. We had fun with this one.

Front Cover
A plot that unfolds does not necessarily mean that it has finished hatching

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Get ready for the sixth installment from the SpaceStation Colt Epic Universe. An eons-long, universe-spanning interplanetary war collides with a twisted generational blood feud on the surface of Second Earth. Billy Smith, Sylvia Lenorox, Pete Rogue, and Julian Kazar return but are joined by the Space Force's fabled Enforcers black ops unit of unknown intention. The haunting performances from these characters are no act.

The eBook is available in three different formats: Director's Cut (PDF), IDPF (EPUB), and Mobipocket (MOBI). Thank you for your time and consideration. Good luck!

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