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Sunfall By Baron Brady
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A children’s crusade to convert dissidents unites Leander, an ambitious troublemaker raised with every advantage, and Meg, a devoted daughter who learned to expect little. The hope of peace and... More > harmony becomes an empty promise as children become slaves of the corporate oligarchs waging war on anyone who crosses them. As armies turn and populations revolt, it’s Leander and Meg who help shape the destiny of millions.< Less
God's Window and Other Stories By Baron Brady
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Sci-fi stories about surviving a rapidly changing future.
Extant By Baron Brady
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Three sci-fi stories about individuals attempting to overcome forces they don't understand.
Extant By Baron Brady
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Three sci-fi stories about individuals at the mercy of forces beyond their understanding.
Dudley and Big Bunny By Baron Brady
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Dudley learns to count while feeding his rabbit, Big Bunny.
Because By Baron Brady
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Dudley wants to know why people do the things they do, but all anyone can think to say is 'Because.'
Deus By Baron Brady
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In a tightly-controlled future prohibiting the criticism of all corporate and government leaders, terrorists, many of whom have been herded into anarchist enclaves called Freezones, are the people... More > who refuse to agree to the restrictions; although the popularity of cortical implants has presented new opportunities to influence the minds of billions, in the interest of eliminating dissent altogether. Jaro Huss polices the border with Freezone, interrogating everyone accused of freely criticizing the government and its affiliated corporations. When he's contacted by the most infamous terrorist of all, a rabble rouser who calls himself Z, its no longer potential insurgency he's investigating but, rather, his own forgotten past.< Less
Aeterna By Baron Brady
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A mother in search of a missing daughter never gives up although it’s an investigation of other missing children that brings her face to face with the mysterious entity who introduces her to a... More > transdimensional refuge where many missing children have found safety, including her daughter. They were spirited away over the years to protect them from worse fates – innocence preserved but at the cost of taking them from the world. Her daughter wants to stay in this refuge from time and space. This, however, was not the case for a boy who went missing 30 years before but who returned home and spoiled his innocence by fathering a child: the very girl who went missing. It’s only when the girl also returns home 30 years later, in search of her father, that he attempts to return to the refuge, placing it’s very safety at risk.< Less
Deus By Baron Brady
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In a tightly-controlled future prohibiting the criticism of all corporate and government leaders, terrorists, many of whom have been herded into anarchist enclaves called Freezones, are the people... More > who refuse to agree to the restrictions; although the popularity of cortical implants has presented new opportunities to influence the minds of billions, in the interest of eliminating dissent altogether. Jaro Huss polices the border with Freezone, interrogating everyone accused of freely criticizing the government and its affiliated corporations. When he's contacted by the most infamous terrorist of all, a rabble rouser who calls himself Z, its no longer potential insurgency he's investigating but, rather, his own forgotten past.< Less
Umbra By Baron Brady
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Into every family a little insanity must fall, or so it would seem for the members of the Friend family; though it’s the fear of insanity that divides them and only the most deadly of... More > confrontations that might bring them together again. UMBRA details the strained relationship between two brothers, Sam and Jacob Friend, and the havoc which ensues from their failure to come to terms. Told from the standpoint of five characters, UMBRA, examines not only failed family relationships but the nature of sanity itself. And just as unresolved feelings spill over from one generation to the next, perhaps insanity becomes the unwelcome and unavoidable inheritance of the past. With the second generation of the Friend family poised to repeat the same tragedies of the former generation, is there any hope that the future will one day free itself from the past?< Less