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HELLN, TEXAS By Randall Stevens
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Hidden from the outside world is the mysterious town of Helen, Texas. Within it's borders lay a battlefield, where the reincarnated daughter of a Norse Mythological God fights to prevent Ragnorok,... More > (Armageddon).< Less
The Nexus Place By Daniel Smallegange
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Four individuals from different worlds face certain death. A gunfighter is cornered after being hunted by a band of vicious warriors. An assassin is to be sacrificed via electric crucifixion. A... More > swordsmen fights to the death in an arena of futuristic blood sport. And, Alex, a teenager from our world is pushed under a speeding car. All four are saved at the instant before death in a whiff of red mist. When they awake they find themselves in the realm of the techno-mage Kyrinn, and find also there is a price for his intervention. They have been rescued only to be sent on a suicidal mission to save his only heir from an unknown foe in a terrible world made up of stolen lands. Either agree to the techno-mage's terms or be returned to the exact moment before their deaths. With no other choice the four strangers accept, but first they must go to Alex's great city where the only known portal to the secret realm exists, itself a terrifying deathtrap, and this is just the beginning.< Less
In The Shadows Of Nationalism (2073) By John Russell Herbert
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This work is one of dystopian fiction, written in sections of English and French, translated, concerning a patriarchal line, starting with a violent grandfather, a cultural conservative, archetype of... More > American populism, individualism, and manhood, killed in 2027, unaware of progeny. We glimpse his mixed-race son, a man indicative of greater political phenomena, transitioning in 2046, and then the protagonist proper, whose struggles we follow through the year 2073. What constitutes "nationalism", for better or worse, and how this relates, or not, to any "dystopian" aspects of America's past, as portrayed, or its future, as conjectured, are matters of interpretation. The protagonist has aspects of the "anti-hero", of Western literature, with a some stoical optimism found in the "socialist realist hero". Mystically, it is something new. Between the protagonist and the lesser characters, I am fleshing out what I call "suprexistentialism". Political non-fiction, rhetoric and analysis are included at the end.< Less
Mythos By Daniel Regelbrugge
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A boy called Sullen sets out on a mythic adventure in order to discover a way to render the fleeting moments of joy one experiences in life permanent. He crosses through a magical doorway into the... More > sky before soon arriving in a strange land in which an ominous gloom pervades and one must first be open to the idea of love before it can ever warm the heart. On his journey he encounters characters who travel by his side, subtly urging him towards self-realisation and a greater understanding of the rare person he can be. A hopeful, silly tale meant to make the reader smile.< Less

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