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The Pulse Super Boxset
EMP Post-Apocalyptic Fiction
Tia Rider Sorensen,
Spieldauer: 40 Std. und 32 Min.
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A riveting new post-apocalyptic EMP box set that keeps you guessing until the end! EMP masterminds Alexandria Clarke, author of Black Out, and James Hunt, author of Static and Surviving the Collapse, come together in this super box set for the first time! In Blackout, after an EMP bomb detonates over the United States, frying the entire electrical grid, Georgie Fitz decides to take refuge at her estranged father’s cabin in the Rocky Mountains with her boyfriend and his family.
The Third Planetary War has begun in the Pavo galaxy, and Ophelia Holmes has joined the rebel force Veritas to defeat the International Armament. Ophelia fights with and against her own family to save the galaxy from a devastating fate. Old foes become friends, family members become fiends, and Ophelia learns that war isn’t always black and white.
Ophelia Holmes is content to pillage and plunder with the crew of the Impossible, a notorious pirate spaceship known for its ruthless captain, but when the captain raids Ophelia’s home planet and captures a hostage for intel, Ophelia finds herself in deep space trouble. The hostage is a girl she knew from school, and Ophelia must choose between her loyalty to the captain and her childhood friendship. Meanwhile, a war brews beyond the Impossible.
When Ophelia Holmes is captured by her one-time best friend Vega Major, the pair returns to the International Armament together. For the first time in seven years, Ophelia must face her family and the consequences of her criminal actions. Trapped on the planet Harmonia, Ophelia uncovers the details of a decades old conspiracy theory.
After spending the last four days of her life hiding out from a deadly solar-particle storm in an underground bunker, Scout Shannon just wants to find the man who conned her mentor and leave her home world for good. Alas, the long-threatened war draws nearer, and Scout finds herself caught in the middle, surrounded by rebels and bandits. Worse, she carries a pocketful of dangerous secrets with no one with whom to entrust them. The hills keep shaking. Something lurks deep underground. Something massive. Something world-destroying. Scout leaves in three days. If she lives that long.
Scout Shannon's whole family died the day the Space Farers dropped an asteroid on their domed city. Now she lives alone out in the wild with only her dogs for company. She prefers it that way. But Scout finds herself at a crossroads. One road leads back to a quiet life snug under the protective dome of a city. The other road leads to a life of adventure and excitement in the rebellion. A chance encounter with a stranger from the other side of the galaxy threatens to derail what remains of Scout's life. The entire galaxy awaits her, if she survives the next four days.
After escaping with Elizabeth to the human realm, Coal is accused of kidnapping and spends six months in a juvenile detention center. When he gets released he is determined to find his way back to the fey realm. On his quest to return home, he learns the heartbreaking truth: nothing he was told about his past is true, and everything he thought about himself is completely wrong.
Coal has lived most of his life in the fey realm with his elven best friend, but when a human child he promised to protect unintentionally breaks a law in front of the fey elite, he will have to choose between betraying his best friend or saving the child's life.
The thin thread holding the civilized world together has been severed. Millions of citizens have been thrust into the unknown, breeding fear into the minds and souls of those seeking to survive. Wren Burton, an architect from Chicago, has been engulfed by the chaotic aftermath of an EMP blast. Her family is injured. The enemy is unknown. And help is nowhere to be found.
When strange accidents start happening around 13-year-old necromancer Ennara and her friends, she must search for the mysterious stolen artifacts causing the attacks while learning the highest form of magic - the spells that could prevent the fruition of a terrible prophecy.
Set in a science-fiction setting with elements of twisted horror, Future Winds is a strange yet wondrous tale of species, self-preservation, and the all-out moral cost of survival. Forced to leave Earth, humanity discovers a planet capable of supporting life and hatches an audacious plan that will warp them across the universe to settle and begin anew. There is a darkness that resides below the planet's surface, but with no option to turn back, humanity must find a way forward.
Caeden Frey doesn't believe humans will evolve to see the magic, much less control it. Even so, he has two months to marry a human or face the wrath of the High Council. Bitter about a responsibility he thinks prevents him marrying for love, he figures any human girl will do. He's ready to propose when his soul mate stumbles into - and right out of - his arms.