Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Professor Peter Morley is a retired FBI Intelligence Officer and Christian who becomes a neutrino physicist at MIT in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He started using new technology which identified a new form of energy based on traumatic past events he calls "Traumergy" which display events in the form of holograms.

While, working on a prototype of Traumergy Professor Morley identifies a conspiracy. The leaders of the company plan to go public based on stolen technology from MIT. Professor Morley works to find the truth using Traumergy and identifies a timeline which first started in 33AD.

Editorial Review for Silent Odyssey: A Tale of Kingdoms

Editorial Review for Silent Odyssey: A Tale of Kingdoms

Silent Odyssey: A Tale of Kingdoms by Christopher Walker is an engaging fantasy novel that tells the captivating and profoundly moving tale of Aeron Konungur, a young prince forced to face up to the harsh realities of an ailing world brought upon him by invasion and warfare. Once peaceful Aeryndor, known for centuries of prosperity, is thrust into turmoil after Thurin Runegast unleashed destruction upon it - providing Prince Aeron with an emotional journey from child royal to leader with great depth and resonance.

Walker skillfully explores themes of growth and resilience as she balances between home comforts and the harsh realities of the outside world. Aeron's journey encompasses both his physical journey as well as an internal struggle he must undertake to cope with hardships that have plagued him in life, such as the tragic loss of his older brother and his own physical deficiency. Character development stands out in this regard; his transformation provides readers with someone they can root for while empathizing with.

Walker vividly conveys Aeryndor through his descriptions of Wodenfort and the wider landscape, providing both an inviting yet perilous backdrop. Aeron's transition from city life to adventure travel underlines how drastically his world has altered, making Aeron's growth all the more impressive.

Silent Odyssey: A Tale of Kingdoms by Walker is not simply an exciting tale of adventure and conflict; rather, it explores what it means to confront one's destiny and fight for something greater than ourselves. Walker's novel combines epic world-building with deep personal development; Aeron Konungur's journey is an inspiring testament to human grit under seemingly overwhelming odds, making this book an incredible fantasy read!

Mendel's Ladder: A Grimdark Scifi Epic (The Collected Histories of Neoevolution Earth Book 1)

Outlast. Outgrow. Outlive. In the ashes of Earth, evolution is the ultimate weapon.

In 2099, Earth is unrecognizable. Ravaged by climate change, nuclear devastation, and other cataclysmic events, the planet and its people continue to undergo radical changes in order to survive. Most of humanity has allowed themselves to be transformed into Nomads, bizarre human-plant hybrids who continue their lifecycle as flesh-bearing trees connected to a vast mycelial network that forms Earth’s burgeoning consciousness. Welcome to the thrilling, action-packed, and emotionally compelling world of Mendel's Ladder, the first book in the epic sci-fi series, The Collected Histories of Neoevolution Earth.

Battling across the world after the destruction of their home, a pair of cybernetically enhanced warrior women bound by love and loyalty clash with Mutants, Biofreaks, and various other dangers to protect two human-like girls known as the Virus and the Cure. Traveling alongside them is an enigmatic Nomad who has served as the girls’ protector since they were created. Together, they must face the enslaved Hunter and the ruthless Huntress, lethal creations of the old world. The Hunter just wants to save the human woman he loves and lost, while the Huntress desires only to continue the Eternal Hunt and eradicate the final bastions of humanity remaining on Earth. Above this unforgiving landscape, the utopian space station Astrea offers refuge to the select few who escaped Earth's devastation. Here, a tireless worker and son of a notorious revolutionary discovers the harrowing truths hidden beneath the veneer of Astrea's idyllic existence, exposing a reality more insidious than anyone ever imagined.

While these characters' paths intersect in surprising and explosive ways, ancient powers lurk in the shadows, wielding god-like influence and potentially orchestrating the fate of the world itself. With societies and cultures on the brink of collapse, our heroes must form unexpected alliances and confront their deepest fears to protect their fragile world from the encroaching darkness.

Mendel's Ladder delivers an adrenaline-fueled journey set on a dystopian future Earth, brimming with high-stakes action, adventure, and mystery. This epic series opener plunges readers into a world filled with diverse cultures, heart-pounding battles, and characters who will captivate your heart and imagination.
"Reading Mendels Ladder is like jumping onto a roller coaster that's just hurtling nonstop into a future that's both wild and deeply thought provoking." — NetGalley Review

"A mix of all my favorite sci-fi and fantasy stories rolled into one epic adventure...cyber-enhanced warriors, enigmatic Nomads, and ancient powers lurking in the shadows—all battling for survival in a post-apocalyptic Earth." — NetGalley Review

"A Triumph of World-Building, Philosophy, and Action." — Booksprout Review

"This one blew my mind." — Reader Review

"A mix of scifi, fantasy, mystery, and lit rpg--Mendel's Ladder offers ride despite the depth and severity of the themes it toys with."— Reader Review

Editorial Review for Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars

Editorial Review for Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars

Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars is truly remarkable. Imagine Michael, Lily and their daughter Gabrielle as they step foot in Haven - an ominous town filled with mystery - to settle their late aunt's estate, only to encounter more trouble than anticipated!

Haven is one of those picturesque postcard towns in the middle of nowhere, but currently frozen in the dead of winter and it hides ancient secrets and an evil aura that doesn't go away. Michael starts seeing things that would give anyone chills: dark waters, shadowy figures under the ice... It's all there.

And Haven has its own history: an obscure cult that worshiped questionable deities, ancient ruins, and whispers from the past that don't seem to go away. As more members of this family explore Haven's past, the more they realize they're dealing with something much larger and sinister.

Arkhangel really puts family relationships to the test, forcing them to remain close as every shadow could hide something horrible. Arkhangel strikes that balance between chill-down-your-spine moments and deeper questions about family and loyalty that makes for a thrilling storyline.

Arkhangel: The House of the Seven Stars will satisfy your supernatural cravings while also appealing to your emotions, making for an engaging ride through a town that's both lovely and creepy, featuring a family trying to find their place. Once you step inside Haven with them, you won't want to leave until you've discovered each and every secret it holds!

Editorial Review For the Book The Missy Box by Anne Emerson

The Missy Box, by award winning author Anne Emerson, is an enthralling story of love, adventure and cruel fate. Based on fragments of a real family story, the novel is bookended at Dartmouth College where in 1790 a trunk arrives at the President’s house, triggering a cascade of memories. Spanning an entire century the novel takes us to the court of the mad Danish King, Christian VII in 1770, where Summy has been sent with her slave Phebe to be educated. As the intrigues of the court envelop her she discovers the coded diary of her great grandmother. Gradually she deciphers it, unveiling family secrets and the extraordinary rough and tumble world of St. Thomas in the 1690s. Filled with exotic and memorable characters, from Pundi, an Indian Brahmin doctor, to the brothel keeper, Mette, The Missy Box is a novel that explores deep friendship across the boundaries of slavery, crushing marital betrayal and the harsh realities of surviving in a tropical 17th century plantation world. Like the Signature of All Things and The Storyteller’s Secret, The Missy Box will completely envelop you in an historical world that you never could have imagined.

Editorial Review for Don't Let Them Know by L.K. Lawrence

Editorial Review for Don't Let Them Know by L.K. Lawrence

Lucy Lyman, a stock trading assistant who's pretty much given up on finding love, starts having this super weird dream. It's not your average dream; it's one of those that stick with you, making you wonder what's going on. She dreams someone's watching her, but who? Is it creepy or kind of romantic? She's not sure, so she decides to camp out at the library, the place from her dream, hoping to catch this mysterious dream watcher.

Enter Davy Jones, and no, not the pirate, but a federal agent working undercover. The library is his chill spot, where he takes a break from his secret agent life. Little does he know, his life's about to get a whole lot more complicated when he bumps into Lucy.

So, what happens when Lucy's quest to solve her dream mystery and Davy's undercover life collide? It's not just about a missing package or crossing lines; it's about whether these two can handle the crazy mix-up without messing up Davy's cover or getting too caught up in the drama.

Don't Let Them Know is a mix of suspense, a bit of romance, and a good dose of "what the heck is going on?" It's like taking a roller coaster ride in the dark. You're not sure where the next turn is, but you're definitely in for the ride. Will Lucy and Davy figure it out without everything blowing up in their faces? You'll have to read to find out.

This book is for anyone who loves a good mystery with a sprinkle of romance and lots of twists. It's not your everyday story; it's got that "something special" vibe. So, if you're into solving puzzles and rooting for characters who are just trying to make sense of their messy lives, then Don't Let Them Know might just be your next favorite read.

A Sea Lion Sibling Story : An Adult Only Story

The author observed a silly sea lion interaction and decided to document the true event. This is not a story for children.

K.A. Rupp was born and raised in Southern California in the region known as the Inland Empire. She has traveled to several countries and has discovered beautiful people in each location. She loves mythology- particularly Greek- and when she visited the Parthenon she felt like a kid in a candy store. Without her parent's knowledge she began reading romance novels at the age of sixteen and will always have a tender place in her heart for Scottish Highlanders.

She wants her readers to submerse themselves into the short stories and to ride the waves of emotion that might rise within.

Editorial Review of The Training Grounds: Mystery of the Immortals by Jason Clark

Editorial Review of The Training Grounds: Mystery of the Immortals by Jason Clark

The Training Grounds: Mystery of the Immortals by Jason Clark is a breath of fresh air in the realm of sci-fi and fantasy, blending elements of both genres into a story that's as enthralling as it is unique. Clark, in his debut, crafts a world that's at once familiar and intriguingly new, setting the stage for a tale that's as much about the journey of self-discovery as it is about saving the world.

The protagonist, Darius, is your everyman— a farm boy with nothing but visions that he can't make heads or tails of. His invitation to the prestigious Training Grounds, a place where the elite train in the arts of warfare and elemental control, is as mysterious to him as his own unexplained abilities. Clark has a way of making Darius's confusion and curiosity contagious; you're immediately drawn into the mystery of why Darius was chosen and what his visions could mean.

What makes The Training Grounds stand out is its ensemble cast. Clark has a knack for character development, making each member of Darius's newfound group— from the skilled archer to the elemental wielder— feel like an essential piece of the puzzle. Their friendships feel real and their challenges, relatable. The dynamics within this group add a layer of depth to the story, blending the excitement of new alliances with the tension of hidden secrets.

The plot unfolds with a pace that keeps you hooked. The Training Grounds itself is a character—mysterious and filled with secrets waiting to be uncovered. The twists and turns as Darius and his friends peel back layers of deceit to uncover the truth about the academy, and potentially, about the world itself, are well-executed. Clark masterfully balances the elements of mystery, action, and even romance, without letting any one aspect overwhelm the others.

Perhaps the most compelling part of the book is the underlying mystery of Darius’s visions. The inclusion of the reaper weapon adds a sense of urgency to the narrative, weaving in an apocalyptic thread that raises the stakes for everyone involved. It’s this blend of personal stakes with world-ending implications that keeps the pages turning.

The Training Grounds: Mystery of the Immortals is not just a story about a group of young people training to become warriors; it’s about uncovering truths—both personal and universal. Clark's debut is a promising start to what could be a memorable series. For fans of both sci-fi and fantasy looking for something that straddles the line between the two, this book is a fantastic escape from reality. It leaves you questioning, right alongside Darius and his friends, not just what the future holds for them, but what it means to be truly powerful in a world filled with mysteries.


LIFE IS GOOD for eighth-grader Tom Grant. How could it not be in Pacific Ranch, the hottest new golf community on the Southern California coast? Weekends on the links are sprinkled with an occasional surf-session and the girl of his dreams lives a few blocks away. Innocent mischief, competition and camaraderie come into play as Tom and his three buddies carve out a charmed existence as regulars at Pacific Ranch Golf Club. All is right with the world until Tom learns that the very existence of PRGC is in imminent peril. Sworn to secrecy about the status of the club, he knows he must rally his friends to play the best golf of their lives in order to ensure the lifestyle they have all come to enjoy. Do the boys have what it takes to step up and pull off the impossible? What happens will change their collective lives—forever.

THE HISTORY OF THE FUTURE: THE FORBIDDEN BOOK about Planets, Space, Pets, Afterlife, Environment, Autocracy, Ideology, Democracy, Liberty, Corporations, Greed, Wealth, Deception and Karma

This novel is a compelling blend of imaginative science fiction and reflective insights, inviting readers to ponder the mysteries of the cosmos and the essence of human nature.

Are you ready to acknowledge the mistakes we make as a humanity and you as an individual who contributes to them?
Dive into the depths of the cosmos with 
The History of the Future: The Forbidden Book by Rem Statum. This intriguing science fiction novel explores the infinite possibilities of the universe through the story of Sudnum, a planet in a parallel galaxy. Told from the perspective of two Sudnum researchers, the book examines Sundum’s history and its impact on Earth’s future.

The History of the Future will challenge you to reflect on your thoughts and actions, by urging you to glean wisdom from the collective missteps of Sundum’s residents. In reality, are they actually that different from us?
The History of the Future initially received a great response on the planet Sundum and became one of the best-selling books, the so-called "bestseller". Soon, it was no longer available in its original form and was at least partially censored by various confederations. In the Sinistra Confederation, it was available without the part that talks about Dukalis and the Sinistra Confederation. It was similar to the Dextera Confederation, where the book did not contain the part on the Notanay and the Dextera Confederation. It was somewhat surprising that they did the same in the Neutrum Confederation and cut the part that explains Dognalom’s troubles in the Neutrum Confederation. In the Confederation of Independens, it was not available at all. It was only available to a very limited extent in the Traditionalistae Confederation.
The book is now available on planet Earth to give humans insight into the situation on planet Sundum. The inhabitants of Earth should think about this at least a little and learn something from their own mistakes and the mistakes of the inhabitants of the planet Sundum.

Rem Statum, with a rich background in international economics and experiences across various political and economic systems, infuses his storytelling with insights from his diverse life journey. His narrative not only entertains but also provokes thought about our place in the universe and the potential paths of our future.

This book presents the perfect reading delight to all the readers who enjoyed 
George Orwell's 1984 and Animal farm book or Peter Joseph's The Zeitgeist. If you enjoy in entertaining content that leaves a great impression on you, like Michael Moore Stupid White Men, Dude, Where's My Country and others, then it is necessary for you to get onboard with The History of the Future. To top your experience up, mix it up with Douglas Adams's The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy and you have a winner in your hands.