Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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Dr Z's Zombie Apocalypse might fit your palate.  That's one of mine.  It's pulp sci-fi with the zombie apocalypse in space!  Doctor Zolnikov is trapped on a derelict space station.  He's watched the Earth below fall to zombies, remaining safe in his lab while everyone else turns.

Then the power begins to fail.

Now he's got to fight his way through the hordes, hopefully without getting bit, and escape before the station fails completely.  Along the way he might just unravel some of the mysteries behind the apocalypse that can't be found anywhere else.  Contains action, genetically modified former humans, space stations, space ships, normal zombies, abnormal zombies, cats, catgirls (not for fan service), mysterious mysteries, mini-mecha...

And zombie fighting.  Lots and lots of zombie fighting.

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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mythdefiant Wrote: The first book of Fragment of a Dragon Soul is complete, and it's a fast-paced romp through a sci-fi fantasy world. Think half-dragons engineered with magitech.

Crop Wrote: I just don't read much sci-fi
SFF stands for science fiction and fantasy, so I'm assuming OP is down for either or both, if that helps you recommend them some more stuff. :)

Sorry I assumed it needed to be both o3o

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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ZenTalonsZ Wrote:
Crop Wrote: Maybe Technomagica , enduring good or Tainted Reflections?

None of them are too scifi though, or fast paced, maybe reflections... But good? I just don't read much sci-fi
Thanks a lot for the recommendations :D 
I LOVE Fantasy, so anything from that genre?
God, fantasy recs? I have a lot of really good ones.

God of Eyes

Doing God's Work

Jackal among snakes (Litrpg)

The seventh spirit

Reincarnation Without Perks

The desecrator's Tomb (Litrpg)

The rocky shore (Litrpg)

Glitched! Uplift Arc (Litrpg)

Scorched - the winter winds (Litrpg)

The grimoire is not complete!

All of them can be found on RR, I might hyperlink them later if I have time 

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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I got you covered. Check these out:

The Privateer (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/46169/the-privateer) is a fast paced, high octane sci-fi adventure that escalates into a space opera. Lots of violence, high stakes, and some pretty good dialogue, if I do say so myself (this one's mine)

12 Miles Below (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/42367/12-miles-below) is a crazy post apocalyptic robot slug fest. The world is frozen, and scavengers survive with the help of ancient robot armor that helps them fight the machines that hunt them. Excellent fight scenes, neat characters, and a crazy good story.

The Perfect Run (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/36735/the-perfect-run) leans a little more towards superheroics than straight sci-fi, but it is extremely well written and hilariously violent. 10 out of 10.

And last but not least, I'd recommend Stray Cat Strut (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/33600/stray-cat-strut), in which a one armed lesbian gets access to an alien supercomputer/gun store in order to fight hyperadaptive alien plant monsters. This one's a little more cutesy than I usually read, but it's a hell of a read. 

Oh, and if you haven't checked out Super Minion (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/21410/super-minion) and Industrial Strength Magic (https://www.royalroad.com/fiction/57011/industrial-strength-magic), you should try those, too. Again, more sci-fi by way of superheroes, but the world buildings excellent, the characters are awesome, and the fights are top notch. You won't regret it.

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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Sketch Wrote: My story in my signature I consider Science-Fantasy, or soft sci-fi, I just posted the penultimate chapter and will be posting the final on Friday :) I'd say its thrilling DrakanGlasses

Its set in the 32nd century, humanity has a new planet to call home but a cosmic plague is set to land and wreck everything.
Isn't there a published book about faeries with the same name?

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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Sketch Wrote: My story in my signature I consider Science-Fantasy, or soft sci-fi, I just posted the penultimate chapter and will be posting the final on Friday :) I'd say its thrilling DrakanGlasses

Its set in the 32nd century, humanity has a new planet to call home but a cosmic plague is set to land and wreck everything.
Isn't there a published book about faeries with the same name?

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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Crop Wrote:
Sketch Wrote: My story in my signature I consider Science-Fantasy, or soft sci-fi, I just posted the penultimate chapter and will be posting the final on Friday :) I'd say its thrilling DrakanGlasses

Its set in the 32nd century, humanity has a new planet to call home but a cosmic plague is set to land and wreck everything.
Isn't there a published book about faeries with the same name?
No idea

Re: Any SFF thrillers or fast-paced fictions? (Strictly SFF)

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Solar Flare X58: Dystopian Post-Apocalyptic EMP Survival Science Fiction Series (The Solar Flare Series Book 1) (English Edition) https://www.amazon.de/dp/B071DYM19K/ref=cm_sw_r_apan_KE658W5W6K38JBS6F6M3
Sketch Wrote:
Crop Wrote:
Sketch Wrote: My story in my signature I consider Science-Fantasy, or soft sci-fi, I just posted the penultimate chapter and will be posting the final on Friday :) I'd say its thrilling DrakanGlasses

Its set in the 32nd century, humanity has a new planet to call home but a cosmic plague is set to land and wreck everything.
Isn't there a published book about faeries with the same name?
No idea