Venture Beyond

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Venture Press is an independent ebook publisher of Science Fiction and Fantasy. Our commitment is to rediscover and reinvigorate classic books, giving new life to esteemed novels in the digital age.

From stories of space exploration to toils and troubles from strange fantasy landscapes, follow us on our journey to unknown lands in the pursuit of new worlds. Launching in September 2015, Venture Press will bring to your Kindle some of the greatest forgotten classics of the genre, as well as some exciting new fiction from debut and established authors alike.

Connect with us on the adventure through social media, the Venture Press blog and newsletter so that you never miss one of the enthralling books we’ll be publishing every week. Broaden your horizons by delving back into the past and forward into the future, as Venture Press explores and reclaims those novels hidden in time and the talented authors that brought them to life.

 

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Follow Me by Ken Howard

He was about to sign out, when a curious file name caught his attention, just two words, tucked away and buried in the mass of dreary headings. ‘Follow Me’ it read. His eyes narrowed. Follow Me? What could that possibly mean? Young Chris Daunt’s whole world collapses when, during his 15th birthday party, his older brother Andrew test drives a friend’s Kawasaki motorbike – and suddenly disappears from the face...
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We Are Such Stuff by R. M. Dorn

He was certain that whatever Dreamside might be, the key to controlling the world was hidden there. He badly wanted that key, and before anyone else got to it first. If reality was just a simulation then it was up for grabs... Is this the real life…? Just at the point that Daisy is starting to feel the inertia of her life, she receives an extraordinary job offer: creating scenes...
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The Cloud by Ray Hammond

Proof that there was another form of technologically capable intelligence in the universe was what an increasingly irreligious world fantasized about. For many, the concept was a replacement for God. 2033. The first alien radio transmissions have been received on Earth—a torrent of encrypted information that no human or computer can crack. But the decision to reply is made, and messages of goodwill are beamed into deep space. Thirty years...
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Lunar Vengeance by John Russel Fearn

There was no indication in Atkinson’s notes as to whether his creations had proved to be as blissfully innocent as he had expected; nothing to explain the wrecking of his equipment. If the robot man and woman had done that, then they were capable of anything. Finally collected into one anthology, six classic short stories written by sci-fi legend, John Russell Fearn. Lunar Vengeance begins with the first ever attempt at reaching...
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The Last Walk Out by David Helton

When your life is over, it’s the same as when anything is over – it just turns into another story. The catastrophic Abunga virus has wiped out everyone on Earth except for a few scattered souls with natural immunity. Other humans escaped this Apocalypse by fleeing to other parts of the Solar System, populating and exploiting its moons and planets. A thousand years on, those now living on these distant...
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Button Bright by Michael Kurland

“Somebody was yelling in the room now, one of the strange men, and her mother was screaming and screaming. But Button was only dimly aware of the sounds. Her consciousness had shrunk down to focus on the body that was blocking her hole— —and the warm, thick liquid that was dripping onto her hand.” Button is an 11 year old, bubbly and intelligent girl who is haunted in her dreams...
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The Dark Destroyer By John Glasby

He had now recognised the pattern that was beginning to emerge about these killings. This monstrously evil entity was somehow occupying the bodies of those who died by violence, using them in turn to propagate its lust for slaying. Dark forces are at work in Redforde. Something terribly old and infinitely evil has woken ... something that is thirsty for blood. There are rumours of human sacrifice, devil worship and...
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The Empire of Time by Crawford Kilian

Doomsday had occurred on April 22, 2089. These societies were technically far ahead of the 1990s, and the broken bits of their technologies were as tantalizing and mysterious as a cassette tape would have been to Leonardo da Vinci. Jerry Pierce was the Intertemporal Agency’s most experienced operative – a time-traveller on the old subway train that whisked him back and forth through the ages. He’d already altered history by...
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