Mars The Final Day

Legacy of the Red Planet Book 1
By J.R. Austin

Mars The Final Day is the first book in the Legacy of the Red Planet Series by J.R. Austin, a sci-fi that combines history and myth with science to tell the story of Ikara. The life of Ikara has been modeled around the Grand Cycle,...

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Mariah's Dream

The Vortex of Éire Book 1
By Grace Bridges

The future looks bleak as Mariah and her fellow citizens work for the World Senate, scraping by with barely enough food and no prospects for a better life in Mariah's Dream by Grace Bridges. After the discovery of some usable soil and a special fertilizer...

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MissionSRX

Ephemeral Solace, Mission: SRX #2
By Matthew D. White

MissionSRX: Ephemeral Solace by Matthew D. White picks up where it left off in the first MissionSRX novel. This is a sequel, but it can be read as a stand-alone. The Aquillians have finally been defeated and the human race is free, or are they?...

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Mechaniclism

Apocalyptic Horror
By Lynn Lamb

Four hundred years ago, a clock maker was forced into slavery by a brutal Austrian nobleman. Frederick Jori becomes a prisoner in the lord’s castle, tasked to provide a “miniature city of automatons to… [amuse his master] and impress the aristocracy.” Eventually, he succumbs to...

Milijun

By Clayton Graham

In a highly engaging and engrossing new read by author Clayton Graham, Milijun is a story that you simply won't want to put down once you've started reading it! Taking place in Australia in the year 2179, the story follows the lives of mother and...

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Mark the Dwarf

By Jack D. Harvey

Mark the Dwarf by Jack D. Harvey is an epic fantasy adventure and space opera. When 73-year-old Mark receives two mysterious letters on his birthday, he knows some grand adventure is about to begin. He decides to follow the clues on the letters and “assume...

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Mylea

The Journey Begins
By Philip C. Elrod

The plan was perfect. Almost. Mylea, a Utopian civilization on the brink of total destruction, was saved by a plan set in motion by one prescient man. Unfortunately, things will always go wrong. A slight oversight exacerbates the battle of wills between two artificially intelligent...

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Must Remember

By Colleen S. Myers

Must Remember by Colleen S. Myers is about Elizabeth ‘Beta’ Camden, a 19-year-old girl who was abducted by aliens, the E’mani. She was experimented on in the most excruciating ways, but she was waiting for the day when she would be able to break free...

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Mission

Tomorrow (BAEN)
By Bryan Thomas Schmidt

Mission: Tomorrow is a novel-length collection of short stories compiled by Bryan Thomas Schmidt, which center on the continuing theme of developments in space exploration. Toeing that interesting line where science fiction often becomes science fact, these nineteen very different but equally accomplished tales take...

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Mutation

Twenty-Five Percent Book 1
By Nerys Wheatley

Mutation (Twenty-Five Percent Book 1) by Nerys Wheatley might at first glance appear like just another zombie story, but there was something about the plot synopsis that made me pick it up, and I was not disappointed. The reader follows the exciting, entertaining and often...