First sentence: With eyes narrowed the woman settled in the captain’s chair scrutinizes the tactical reading scrolling across her hover screen.
First sentence for me is a bit rambling which is worrisome but the book is free to buy! So, we’ll see when I get to reading it how it goes.
Summary: A timid slave meets a battle hardened soldier when two minds come together across light years. Together they will seed the change that must come for an entire sector.
Summary: Once infected, the virus shuts down organs, kills nerve impulses and even reprograms the way we think. The virus becomes us.
From what I scanned of this it’s not set up in chapters but the time. I absolutely like the opener.
First sentence: Chase looked at the display with unmasked satisfaction as the last red dot disappeared from his radar.
Summary: : When the evil Obsidian Empire delivers a deathblow against the Star Alliance, fighter pilot Lieutenant Chase Athanatos leads a band of scattered survivors to the farthest reaches of the known universe, to a little planet called Earth. But Earth is in trouble. The Obsidian Empire is hot on their trail, and unless they find a way to stop them, what’s left of the Alliance and the entire planet are doomed to extinction.
Fist sentence: A LONG, ABRASIVE, INVISIBLE TONGUE grazes the fleshy part of my left cheek.
Summary: Everything on Pendomus is controlled. Food and sleep are synthesized. Personal affection is unheard of. Yet, miraculously, everyone feels as though they’re fulfilling their life’s duty. Their calling.
This is free through Kindle Unlimited & free to buy.
First Sentence: There are sectors so dark, so barren, that starliners chart their courses along the fringes.
Summary: It is the distant future and one man, Jonas Valent, is letting his life slip by. He is employed by Freeground station as a port traffic controller, a job he took after completing a tour in the military. His only real joy in life is his participation in true-to-life military simulations with a cadre of friends who come together regularly to defeat challenges made to test the brightest military cadets and officers alike. These restricted scenarios stand as an addictive preoccupation that is so enticing that they ignore the potential repercussions of breaking in to participate.
From what I am understanding think this is before the first book? Okay.
These were free at the time that I purchased them on January 26, 2018. I found the summary interesting enough to dive into them. I am not affiliated with the authors at all. Just figured I’d share a few science fiction books I’ve picked up.
When I don’t have money or the ability to get to the library free ebooks online are my go to.
What free ebooks have you stumbled on that you have enjoyed immensely?