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Wednesday, June 10, 2015

New book releases that you won't want to miss, all 99 cents each!

Body of a killer, mind of a child, heart of a hero... 
BookSized_Frank_SmallWhen a troubled scientist – trying to save a young boy, and maybe himself – steals the dying child of a simple Amish couple and transplants the brain and cardiovascular system of their 11-year-old autistic son into an incredibly lethal DARPA robot, the dark forces of government come looking for their investment. Dr. Alexander and the monster escape into an Amish community to hide among the plain folk while Frank, the boy trapped inside the body of the world’s deadliest robot, learns how to leave the world of autism and understand what it means to be human and Amish.

Tensions arise as the Amish begin to suspect just what kind of technological monstrosity is hiding among them, and before long hard men who do the government’s most dirty deeds will arrive looking for a killing machine… only to find a boy named Frank who has the power to defend a closed society from the worst of the world.

“Hugo Material!” ~ Nick Cole

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Also set in the Michael Bunker's world of Pennsylvania:

Kim Well's story Sisters of Solomon: A young Amish bride settled in the AZ comes to terms with very personal tragedy after the Transport Authority destroys the City, along with everything she thought she would be. Her grief consumes her, until she finds a more powerful reason for living.

This short story, which author David Bruns called "lyrical" and Amazon reviewers praised for the feminine side of the Pennsylvania story, is written as a diary and will be interesting to fans of Bunker's Pennsylvania as well as anyone interested in a woman's perspective of history.

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Chris Purteau's collection Tales of B-Company: The Complete Collection: In Michael Bunker’s Pennsylvania Omnibus, Jedidiah Troyer becomes the hero of TRACE’s fight against the Transport Authority. But even before Jed’s adventure begins, the Second War for Pennsylvanian Independence has raged for a generation.

Originally published as separate stories, this collection captures the struggle, tragedy, and heroism of a company of TRACE commandos as they wage war for the freedom of New Pennsylvania. IFans of Bunker’s novel will discover cameos by some of his most-beloved characters, as well as a new appreciation for the struggle of TRACE against Transport.

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David Bruns' novella Yesterday Adjustment: All inflection events that fundamentally altered the trajectory of mankind’s future.

After more than a half-century at war, Transport is desperate for a way to defeat the rebels once and for all. Enter Damien Strickland, Time Operative agent. His mission: posing as an Amish man, go back in time and make sure the rebel attack on the Columbia portal fails.

The mission takes an unexpected turn when he meets Amos Troyer, the man who will grow up to become the feared leader of the rebel forces.But Amos in this timeline is only a harmless sixteen year old Amish boy.

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D.K. Cassidy's story Donovan: In Michael Bunker's “Pennsylvania”, we briefly met Donavan Yoder--a young man divided. Born in the Amish Zone, he was raised to embrace a plain, peaceful life. After he grows up, Donavan becomes an officer with the Transport Authority, the tyrannical government grinding New Pennsylvania under its iron boot. Eventually, his conscience leads him to side with TRACE, the resistance group fighting Transport for the freedom of the entire planet. Donavan has made some tough choices in his life. What ultimately drove him to sympathize with the very rebels he'd fought to subdue?

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  1. Wow the whole book sounds like a mass of contradiction. What an amazing idea!

    Anna from Elements of Writing

  2. Wow, so many books, and such great deals for 'em, too. Best of luck to all the authors!


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