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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The Hand of Cyrvilus by Edmund Glasby

The sea-witch melted away. Oleaginous fluid seeped through the planking. Bewildered, Everus looked about, his eyes searching. “Get yer back to a wall!” shouted Creeps. In the blink of an eye, the hag reformed. After the abrupt exodus from Wyrm's Port, a bitter Everus and his mysterious servant Creeps find themselves in Umm-Dabba, a desert wasteland far from their usual comfort. After an audience with the child ruler of the...
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The Silent World by John Russell Fearn

‘Maybe that’s why I feel this nightmare more than you do. Where’s the sense of bringing a child, and probably one without hearing, into a world like this? It would be better dead — and so would I!’ Around the world there was a total silence from Pole to Pole. Seas crashed noiselessly on rocky shores, hurricanes shrieked mutely across the China Sea. People shouted and were not heard; alarms...
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Steeldriver by Don DeBrant

With the power of a machine to destroy . . . And the will of a man to be free . . . Cyborg Jon Hundred faces the challenge of a lifetime. He must tunnel through a titanic mountain on the planet of Pellay before a computerised mining machine beats him to it. The inhabitants of the pioneer settlement are betting on Jon Hundred and have wagered their lives in...
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Rogue Emperor by Crawford Killian

The assassination of the emperor had been witnessed by sixty thousand Romans who had never before seen an explosive weapon. In the 21st century, the accidental discovery of the chronoplanes changed… well, history. After the world collapsed and the chronoplanes, alternate dimensions that were snapshots from Earth’s history, were discovered, the International Federation was formed and these downtime chronoplanes controlled and exploited by Trainables. Gerald Pierce is sent to Ahania,...
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Night of the Robots by Brian Ball

The cavern held a monstrous army of gaunt silent figures; row on row of black robotic monsters. A tourist ship cruises through the Solar System to Earth from an outer galaxy. Its passengers - the usual strange assortment of tourists - have come to meet Dr Dross, the archaeologist, who will show them round the great remnants of Earth’s past civilization: the civilization of the Third Millenium, destroyed in the...
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Symbiosis by Louise Atkins

Let’s be straight. Right from the start. I am a killer. The killer. I will take lives.  So, for now...come join my world. Come kill with me. After a virus that killed most of humanity swept the world, vampires revealed themselves and became part of society. With immunity to the virus, they helped clean up and alongside humans brought forth a new, balanced society. Humans work the day shift and...
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Jorn by R. M. Dorn

Just an ordinary boy with extraordinary abilities... Jorn grows up with his foster family and learns to weave tapestries. But he is quite unaware of two vital facts. He has the ability to work magic, and he is not fully human. His mind is a fusion of colours. So many that he has to put them into a box in his mind to think clearly. To Jorn, this is normal,...
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Black Star Rising by Peter Kalu

Boldly going where no black writer has gone before, Peter Kalu has written the UK's (and possibly the world's) first Cybernoir novel. The time is a distant future. SunOne Command has drafted four black astronauts to crew a remote engineering aft -- zsf-e5 -- on a far-flung tour of duty. The crew do not know why they've been drafted. The on-board Computer might know, but isn't telling. Command offers no...
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