e-books in Military Science Fiction category
by E. E. Smith - Pyramid Publications , 1964
The enemy spacefleet arrowed toward the armored mountain -- nerve center of the Galactic Patrol. The Patrol battle cruisers swerved to meet them, and a miles-long cone of pure energy ravened out at the invaders, destroying whatever it touched.
by Becky Black - Smashwords , 2013
On Earth, everyone is a soldier. Like all humans Jadeth was trained from birth to kill. Humans are the best soldiers in the galaxy and they fight for whoever pays the most. With no family, no country, no tribe, their lives belong to High Command.
by Philip Francis Nowlan - E. P. Co., Inc. , 1927
Nowlan's novella tells about America in the 25th century, conquered by Hans in 2109 A.D. and only now beginning to rebel. The Hans are invaders from Asia with highly advanced technology. They have great aircraft armed with disintegrator rays...
by Jim Graham - Smashwords , 2012
The third generation residents of the resource-rich New Worlds are seeking to throw off the yolk of corporate rule. Ex-Resource War veteran, Sebastian Scatkiewicz and his colleague 'Birdie', have dared to take on the biggest company of them all.
by Michael Z. Williamson - Baen Books , 2007
Celadon, a poor nation on a poor planet, engaged in civil, is ripe for cleanup. The military could pacify it handily, but it would take a statesman to fix it. But some statesmen have ethics, which politicians and megacorps find inconvenient.
by Mayer Alan Brenner , 1993
In the zany conclusion of The Dance of Gods tetrology, the various warring factions of good and evil come together to resolve their separate destinies. Whose magic will prove mightiest in this final showdown between gods, mortals, and other beings?
by Drew Wagar - Feedbooks , 2011
When a deadly alien attack is launched across the galaxy, humankind finds itself under-prepared and overwhelmed. Privateers take up the battle alongside the military forces and a plan is hatched to stop the invaders before humanity is eradicated.
by Leigh Douglass Brackett - Project Gutenberg , 2010
Brackett is best known for her screenplay for The Empire Strikes Back, but her lush tales of interplanetary adventures were thrilling readers long before Star Wars. This short novel features the final magazine appearance of her hero, Eric John Stark.
by H. G. Wells - Heinemann , 1898
The most famous science fiction novel which caused the mistaken panic after Orson Welles's radio dramatization in 1938. The human civilization is under threat, Martians build killing machines and burning rays. The Earth proves harder, however.