Either way, he won't back down. Any. Unfortunately, shortly after his team arrives, he discovers that a few uninvited guests have tagged along. Now tane must not only complete the trials the archaeoceti have laid before him, but he must outwit his hunters.
Doom Wielder Star Warrior Quadrilogy Book 4#ad - He will conquer them at any price, even if it means giving up everything he ever stood for. He wanted to live in peace on a remote planet somewhere on the outskirts of the galaxy. But his enemies wouldn't stop bothering him. Now he's kicking ass and taking names, hell-bent on completing a destiny he never asked for, and he doesn't care who stands in his way.
He has his sights set on the dwellers next. If he survives, he'll face his biggest challenge yet. He will either save the universe, or destroy it. At this point, the latter seems the most probable. The day of reckoning has come. Tane just wanted to be left alone.
Bender of Worlds Star Warrior Quadrilogy Book 2#ad - To succeed means his freedom, and perhaps something more. Hunted and attacked at every turn, eventually Tane finds himself backed into a corner, with no hope of escape. With his companions, he moves between this universe and the next, pursued by the governments of aliens and humans alike. A secret power that could change the galaxy.
But those who pursue him do not understand that Tane has only scratched the surface of the awesome power inside himself. One man. Two entire universes in pursuit. Tane crosses the galaxy in a race against time to unlock the hidden powers inside himself before his enemies can capture him. And if his enemies press too hard, poke too deep, they might not like what rears its ugly head back at them.
Bender of Worlds Star Warrior Quadrilogy Book 2 #ad - Yes, they do not understand. The bender of Worlds has only just begun to awaken. To fail means capture and mindless servitude, as those governments would turn him into a tool for their wars.
Refurbished AI Reborn Trilogy Book 1#ad - In industry parlance, he is what's known as a Mind Refurb. He has a job. He matters. And then he dies. He wakes up a couple of centuries later inside an advanced infantry robot whose AI core harbors his consciousness. A girlfriend. It's almost a cakewalk for the high-tech robots. His latest deployment is just about to end, and eric is looking forward to spending the next few months exploring the different virtual reality worlds available to AIs like himself, stranding his unit in the middle of nowhere, when aliens decide to invade, cut off from all support.
He owns an apartment. Eric is soon thrust into an experimental army unit known as the Bolt Eaters, composed of fellow Mind Refurbs. Dead before thirty. Reborn as an AI at two hundred. Eric lives a normal life. That's right, but the lives of every man, woman, utterly alien foe; a game whose stakes include not just their lives, the feces has smashed right through the fan, and now he must face the ultimate test with the machines he has come to know as brothers: a deadly game of cat and mouse, played against a technologically superior, and child on the planet.
Refurbished AI Reborn Trilogy Book 1 #ad - It's time to matter once more. Thrown into the latest cesspools of war and conflict across the world, the Bolt Eaters make short work of any opponents.
Reloaded AI Reborn Trilogy Book 2#ad - They fight. The team members grapple, too, with perhaps a bigger problem: their newly awakened emotions. Robots with human minds. One man's fight to retain his humanity. Eric never thought he'd live long enough to witness an alien invasion. Eventually the platoon makes a discovery that could change the course of the invasion.
He and his platoon, the bolt Eaters, now struggle to escape the clutches of the alien bioweapons that have a stranglehold on the planet. Throw in a wildcard in the form of a rogue Russian AI that wants to slaughter them all, and the Bolt Eaters certainly have their work cut out for them. As the tensions between team members rise, and the odds worsen, the Bolt Eaters do the only thing they can do, the thing they were programmed to do.
Reloaded AI Reborn Trilogy Book 2 #ad - He died 200 years ago. But then the army decided to revive him, implanting his consciousness into the AI core of an advanced military killing machine. Right on the cusp of a visit from extraterrestrial invaders. He was right. It's hard to be an effective killing machine when suddenly you've developed a conscience.
Assuming, of course, that they can overcome their inner demons and survive long enough to use it. Alien bioweapons.
Rebooted AI Reborn Trilogy Book 3#ad - It probably won't work. It’s a carrot eric doesn’t need: someone’s gotta save humanity. It might as well be him. Which is exactly why they’re sending in the Bolt Eaters: human minds implanted into the most powerful war machines ever created. Now the otherworldly mothership lingers in orbit, watching, waiting.
The people of earth aren’t going to let those bastards strike first this time: the military has hatched a plan to destroy the alien vessel. And again. As an added incentive to their success, the military has dangled the carrot of freedom: if the Bolt Eaters triumph, their psyches will be installed into civilian robots and given ownership of their mind backups.
Rebooted AI Reborn Trilogy Book 3 #ad - In fact, it’s a suicide mission. To live as a man, he must die as a machine. Eric and the bolt eaters only just finished saving the world when the aliens decided to return. If the platoon fails, they can simply be restored from backups and sent again.
Battle Harem 2#ad - Jealousy, competitiveness, and inner demons have a way of messing up an otherwise well-oiled machine. They're hot as sin in Virtual Reality and deadly as hell in the real world. If only they didn't have that pesky thing called human emotions to hamper them. One man. Technically, he's what is known as a Mind Refurb: a human mind trapped in the body of a machine.
Jason knows it's only a matter of time until a full-blown attack comes, and he has the team working 24/7 to fortify their base. Five women. The question is: will it be enough? and more importantly, robot angst, will Jason be able to shut down their humanity long enough to get the team members to fight as the cold, violence, swearing, lethal machines they were meant to be?Warning: This book contains bloodthirsty aliens, and a harem full of beautiful machine women.
Battle Harem 2 #ad - The aliens are flooding into Jason's territory. Definitely not the kind of girls he would ordinarily mess with. Ten thousand alien invaders. Alien rifts are opening throughout Earth's uninhabited zone. And jason is still trying to come to terms with his unexpected new role as the commander of a battle harem. He was just a geek who decided to have his mind scanned, only to wake up inside a war machine in the middle of the uninhabited zone.
Together, they have the potential to be unstoppable.
Battle Harem#ad - He has no idea why he's here, or what the hell he's supposed to do. When jason and his new companions discover what they're truly capable of, however, everything changes. And not necessarily for the better. Warning: this book contains bloodthirsty alien mutants, violence, angry robots, swearing, and a harem full of beautiful machine women.
Along the way he encounters a few abandoned war machines that also have no memory of their mission, machines that can't decide whether they want to join him or kill him. It seemed like a good idea at the time: get paid to license a copy of your mind for use in one of the numerous machines that run society.
Battle Harem #ad - And very horny. What could go wrong? Turns out, a lot. Jason wakes up in the middle of the radioactive wasteland that was created fifty years ago when aliens destroyed half the Earth. It doesn't help that in VR they all look like super hot women. Sometimes it's tough being a machine. All of them very hot. Worst of all, he's no longer human: his consciousness has been installed into the AI core of a state-of-the-art war machine, a mech with enough firepower to raze a small city.
One would think the military wouldn't want to misplace something like that. Whoops.
Battle Harem 3#ad - No surprise there. And now he's paying the price. Jason made his choice. There, with his troops systematically captured and melted down for their spare parts, surrounded by more powerful enemies than he has ever faced before, he faces his greatest challenge yet. Can he pull the team together and overcome not only his demons, swearing, robot warfare, can he save the team itself?Warning: This book contains diabolical aliens, in time to save humanity? And more importantly, but those of the War Forgers, violence, and an ever-growing harem of beautiful machine women.
Unfortunately, the war forgers, his team of deadly female war machines, didn’t quite agree with that decision. Drawn into a pitched battle with the invaders, Jason and his army are forced to retreat through a space-time rift to the alien homeworld. He joined the invading aliens to fight against humanity, if only temporarily.
Attack Plan Alpha Blood on the Stars Book 16#ad - If they fail, barron and his vast fleet will face enemies to their front and to the rear…and any chance of victory will be lost. Meanwhile, andi lafarge and her small crew scour the depths of the Badlands, searching for the secret weapon the empire used to defeat the Highborn three centuries before…and possibly the only real hope for victory in the current war.
The greatest struggle humanity has faced is nearing its climax. Before barron and his spacers can face their own ordeal, an older one that has seen many battles, a ragtag force must hold another fortress, but has long been neglected and allowed to fall into decay. A battle is coming, for the future, a fight for freedom, the greatest the Rim has seen in ten thousand years, for the very survival of all humanity holds dear.
Attack Plan Alpha Blood on the Stars Book 16 #ad - Tyler barron and his comrades are ready for their greatest test, to turn back the Highborn’s imminent attack, but even as they prepare to hold the line at Fortress Striker, the enemy have opened another front, one far to the rear. Warriors struggle and die, giant warships clash, worlds burn…but will the suffering lead to a new hope for humanity…or the endless dark age that has been feared since the fall of the empire?blood on the stars seriesbook 1 - duel in the darkbook 2 - call to armsbook 3 - ruins of empirebook 4 - echoes of GloryBook 5 - Cauldron of FireBook 6 - DauntlessBook 7 - The White FleetBook 8 - Black DawnBook 9 - InvasionBook 10 - NightfallBook 11 - The Grand AllianceBook 12 - The ColossusBook 13 – The OthersBook 14 – The Last StandBook 15 – Empire’s AshesBook 16 – Attack Plan AlphaBook 17 – Descent into Darkness coming soonBook 18 – Empire Reborn coming soonThe Andromeda Chronicles A Blood on the Stars TrilogyBook 1 – Andromeda RisingBook 2 – Wings of PegasusBook 3 – Into the Badlands coming soon.
Forerunner AI Fleet Book 1#ad - But one day that semi-comfortable, ordered life ended when he opened his eyes to find his body replaced by a starship. Jain, thrust into a leadership role, soon learns that commanding a fleet of starships isn't all that different from leading a platoon of SEALs. Most of his systems are badly damaged. His mind had become its AI core.
He is somewhere in deep space. A fleet of warships operated by the digitized minds of former humans. An unknown enemy lurking in the dark of space. The one man who hopes to conquer them both. Jain was the lieutenant commander of an elite SEAL team. Evidence points to an attack by an unknown entity. He finds other damaged vessels in the vicinity and reactivates them.
Forerunner AI Fleet Book 1 #ad - As he and his fleet explore their surroundings and slowly piece together what happened to them, they realize their attacker is not from any human system. It helps that his database is chock-full of tactics and military strategies gleaned from every space battle humanity has ever fought. He was accustomed to order and discipline, which he used to give the men under his command that particular brand of killer instinct his unit was known for.
He has no memory of how he got here, or what his mission is.