Spiderworld: Richard Bunning
Not even the time-lord, Orlando Oversight, knows everything. But speculation can turn into a real future, and the Lush Star system, where spider-like beings treat humans as we do animals, isn't such a distant dream away.
Do Jack Baker, the self-styled 'Spartacus', and his followers have a future as more than meat and slaves? Will Athalie have the life she hopes for with her hero? And will the 'spider' Boklung hold his business together while funding and organising the Arcraft's voyage across the Milky Way?
Spiderworld is another of Richard Bunning’s quirky, speculative, science fictions
Vingede: Krisi Keley$3.99
Two strange and possibly related crime cases that could unravel an eerie puzzle and make known a swan song no one has yet heard.
The second of Krisi Keley’s Friar Tobias mysteries is even better than the first. It’s an entertaining, skillfully executed mystery, but it’s also different, deep and thought-provoking. –Tahlia Newland, You Can’t Shatter Me
A Matter of Perception: Tahlia Newland.$0.99
“Any fan of fantasy, magical realism, or just a really gripping tale, will find this collection of stories compelling and entertaining.” Bibliotica book reviews.
Colorworld: Rachel E. Kelly$2.99
They said they'd cure her allergies. They lied. They've been looking for her. Every kid dreams of having super powers. And now Wendy has the power to give them.
These Fragile Things: Jane Davis$3.99
Life can change in a split second. And there will be nothing you can do to stop it.
“A brilliantly imaginative and quirkily fresh take on the world. Brimful of originality and creativity.” (The Literary Consultancy)