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Black Earth: End Of The Innocence

Three individuals find themselves shaken from their everyday lives when the stars begin to fall and wreak havoc and destruction upon Earth.
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The Crossover Alliance Anthology: Volume One

The first short story anthology by The Crossover Alliance, the world’s first publisher dedicated to edgy Christian speculative fiction.
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Space Drifters by Paul Regnier

Space Drifters: The Emerald Enigma

Captain Starcrost is not having the carefree, adventurous life of a star pilot promised in all the space academy brochures. He’s broke, his star freighter is in dire need of repair, and there’s a bounty on his head.
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Crown Of Fire

Lady Firebird Angelo Caldwell has been sentenced to death “in absentia” for treason, sedition, and heresy. The last thing she expects is a summons to return home and be confirmed as an heiress of her royal house.
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Mariah’s Dream

Every garden and field that was once lush with crops is now lifeless muck. And yet Mariah holds one seed … the seed of hope.
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Defier by Mandy Fender

Defier

When her faith makes her a target, Lennox Winters must leave everything she knows behind. With a new Regime taking over America and imprisoning Christians, she must decide what is worth fighting for.
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The Battle for Halcyon by Peter Kazmaier

The Battle For Halcyon

Dave, Al, Pam and Floyd work with their Hansa allies to stop Meglir’s army and find a way to return Halcyon home to its own space-time.
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The Tuning Station, Chris A. Crawford

The Tuning Station

Atheist Ted Duncan finds himself face-to-face with a Christian copy of himself from a parallel universe.
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The Choosing by Rachelle Dekker

The Choosing

Like all citizens since the Ruining, Carrington Hale knows the importance of this day. But she never expected the moment she’d spent a lifetime preparing for—her Choosing ceremony—to end in disaster.
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Amish Zombies From Space

First, vampires in space. And now … zombies. Really? Jebediah and the others are trying to get over the horrors they faced in deep space, and now this.
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A New Threat

What started out as a simple mission becomes complicated when Bast and Rrrark discover a pirate scheme that might be more than it seems. Are they along with two of the aliens called Psygens capable of stopping the pirates?

Fusion Fire

Forced to forsake her royal heritage, Lady Firebird now faces new and powerful enemies. Firebird is pregnant with twins when her new husband, Brennen Caldwell, is left as the only heir to ancient messianic prophecies.
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Firebird

With her own people seeking her sacrifice, Lady Firebird must choose between two worlds before she can carve out her new destiny.
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Demien

Young physicist and archaeologist Trevor Pendleton is tasked with assembling a team to unravel the mysteries of the natural and supernatural that threaten to ravage mankind and rip the world apart.
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Shift Tense, Patrick Todoroff

Shift Tense

Tam, Jace, Poet9 and the Triplets face Somali pirates, child soldiers, rival mercenaries, killer drones … and it’s just the beginning.
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Eve of Awakening, Alisa Hope Wagner

Eve of Awakening

Eve has it all—fame, fortune and prestige—but when an accident tries to steal everything she has worked for, she begins her quest to battle death.
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Plenilune, Jennifer Freitag

Plenilune

The fate of Plenilune hangs on the election of the Overlord, for which Rupert de la Mare and his brother are the only contenders.
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A Time To Die

Parvin Blackwater believes she has wasted her life. At only seventeen, she has one year left according to the Clock by her bedside. Then the authorities find out about her illegal activity, they sentence her to death.
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The Giant's Walk, David Skinner

The Giant’s Walk

An astronaut seeks the miraculous intervention of a beatified priest, who a century before had pursued a giant to Mars.
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Awakening the Sentients

When your whole life has been an illusion, freedom can be the hardest gift of all.
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Into the Vast by D.J. Edwardson

Into The Vast

The Institute is all Adan knows. And the scientists who run it don’t seem to know or even care who he might have been. But the strange technology they’ve fused inside of him and his missing memories are only the beginning.
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The Halcyon Dislocation by Peter Kazmaier

The Halcyon Disclocation

After a risky physics experiment transports the island University of Halcyon to a new world, engineer Dave Schuster and his fellow students struggle to survive in this alien, hostile environment.
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Mythical, C. E. Martin

Mythical

Colonel Mark Kenslir is the last of the Cold War supersoldiers–and he’s just come back from the dead.
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Daystar, Kathy Tyers

Daystar

In the Firebird alternate universe, the messianic bloodline has been genetically altered. Who is the Boh-Dabar, the prophesied Word to Come?
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Theodore Pharris Saves the Universe by Rachel Starr Thomson

Theodore Pharris Saves The Universe

Eight-year-old Theodore Pharris lives an incredibly boring life until the day he accidentally shoots a spaceship out of the sky with his slingshot.
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Freeheads

Sandfly is alone, and Earth’s freedom relies on him and his newfound faith. But does his mission even matter? He’s a symbol for all that’s evil.
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The Annotated Firebird, Kathy Tyers

The Annotated Firebird

In a single volume with newly created maps and annotations, here are the first three volumes of the beloved Firebird space-opera series.
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Legendary Space Pilgrims

Legendary Space Pilgrims

Mario and Caitlin escape the mind control of Planet Monday, following the Voice to unknown worlds where wonders and challenges await.
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The Word Unleashed, Steve Rzasa

The Word Unleashed

Baden would like to get rid of the Bible he found in the wreckage of a derelict starship. So now it’s his choice. He can hide it, or proclaim it.
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The Superlative Stream

With his female companion, HardCandy, Sandfly travels across time and space to find the transmission that changed his life.
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A Star Curiously Singing

Sandfly is a debugger. He is bought and paid for by his master in a future Earth living under sharia law. But now he’s been called into Earth orbit.
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The Shadow and Night

Twelve thousand years into the future, the Fall has been diminished and peace reigns. Then on the remotest planet of Farholme, one lie is heard.
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Terminal Logic

What rules apply when the killer isn’t human? When people begin dying in bizarre accidents, it is once again up to Christian programmer Ethan Hamilton to save users from high-tech destruction. Book 2 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
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The Sparrow

A novel about a remarkable man, a living saint, a life-long celibate and Jesuit priest, who undergoes an experience so harrowing and profound that it makes him question the existence of God. By Mary Doria Russell.
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One Mind’s Eye

Llyn Torfinn is a virtual orphan, once found hooked to an artificial reality machine. In a system at war, with a dreaded alien threat lurking, she must discover her own identity. Science fiction by Kathy Tyers.
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Virtually Eliminated

As the deadly, self-proclaimed “Patriot” stalks the virtual reality computer Net, only virtual reality programmer and committed Christian Ethan Hamilton can pursue him. Book 1 of the Ethan Hamilton Technothrillers Trilogy series by Jefferson Scott.
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An Acceptable Time

When a gate between circles of time opens, it opens for a reason. In this desperate time, can Polly keep herself and Zachary alive until the gate reopens to bring them home? Book 5 in the Time Quintet series of time-travel fantasy for all ages, by Madeleine L’Engle.

Many Waters

Thrown across time and space, Sandy and Dennys have to reunite an estranged father and son, but it won’t be easy, especially when the son is named Noah and he’s about to start building a boat in the desert. By Madeleine L’Engle.
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Empyrion 2: The Siege Of Dome

Orion Treet determines to return to Dome after his brief respite among the peaceable, graceful Fieri. No one but Orion and a handful of rebels seriously believes that Dome will carry out its threat to annihilate Fierra. Book 2 in the Empyrion series, science fiction for adult readers.
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Empyrion 1: The Search For Fierra

Orion Treet, an itinerant and often-unemployed writer, is abducted at gunpoint. Then he is offered eight million dollars and a mission: to observe and chronicle the growth of a new extraterrestrial colony: Empyrion. Book 1 in the Empyrion series, science fiction for adult readers.
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