Fiction - Adventure

Kingshold

By D. P. Woolliscroft

Kingshold has long been ruled by kings and queens of varying caliber throughout the ages but the wizard Jyuth has other plans for the kingdom. After their swift and brutal dethroning, it has been decided that an age of democracy will dictate the new Lord...

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Kiss My McCracken

and other original tales in the life of Winston Weston
By Ernest S. Martin

Kiss My McCracken: And other original tales in the life of Winston Weston by Ernest S. Martin is a collection of ten stories following its titular protagonist in hilarious detail through his most memorable life and times. Shared in vignettes, Weston becomes a fully fleshed...

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Kurintor Nyusi

Book I
By Aaron-Michael Hall

I am a huge sci-fi and fantasy fan. I have been reading these two genres since I was a kid. Greek and Norse mythology, Arthurian legends, Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov, comic books, classics, I read it all. So sometimes it's hard for me to get...

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Kings of Paradise

Ash and Sand Book 1
By Richard Nell

His mother had given everything she had to protect him. Born Noss touched, there were those who would call Ruka cursed. Children like him were not allowed to live in some places, although some northern laws protected them from the death sentence that people were...

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Killing Rhinos

By Herb Hughes

Herb Hughes' science fiction novel, Killing Rhinos, is an intriguing tale. A refreshing novel in a genre overwhelmed with interplanetary and intergalactic battles, androids and alien beings. Agrilot, where Jack Wheat lives, was once a place where criminals of all kinds were sent in an...

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Kindred Journeys

By Marjorie Tapley-Olson

Kindred Journeys by Marjorie Tapley-Olson is a rare kind of fiction with a narrative voice that will stay in the reader’s head for long, a story that combines family, love, and adventure to take readers on a very memorable ride. Martha is pregnant, and she...

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Keys of the Origin

Book 1: The Scions of Balance (Aeldynn Lore)
By Melissa A. Joy

Keys of the Origin by Melissa A. Joy is book one of The Scions of Balance series. It follows two very different men, Zehn and Larkh, one law abiding and dedicated to the people, and the other, a thief with a code. But they share...

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Killing Hitler With Praise And Fire

Choose Your Own Horrible History
By Matthew Hutchins

Killing Hitler With Praise And Fire: Choose Your Own Horrible History by Matthew Hutchins is a well done, Chose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) style book. This genre has some devoted fans who will find the book an excellent addition to their reading. The plots (as...

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Kahtar: Warrior of the Ages

A Covenant Keeper Novel Book 1
By S.R. Karfelt

SR Karfelt’s Kahtar: Warrior of the Ages opens with a speeding ticket awarded by a part-time police chief to a woman on her way to a new life. Beth White has just left a highly successful, jet-setting career as an investor to buy an old...

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Kovacs' War

A World War One Novel
By Donald Robert Wilson

World War I had a very complicated history, but there was one man – a fictional character – who stumbled into at least half of the important battles of the war. That man is Peter Kovacs, correspondent for the New York Evening Post and hero...