Donate to Become VIP Users

Direct Link | No wait – instant downloads | Unlimited parallel downloads | Unlimited download speeds

We would like to thank all of our lovely members for continuously supporting our site to bear with server cost and operational cost. Without you we can not make a difference bringing tactools becomes a reliable resource for free sharing stuff. We are so excited to announce that we have launched a new VIP membership system. Being a VIP member is not only to help our site keep growing giving free relaxation and education for everyone, but also you will benefit by being able to access VIP Post section to download files faster and securer without paying for the file hosting service. Furthermore VIP user receive fully support from our staff by leaving comment or opening ticket for the request on client area. Once more time we appreciate all your heart of gold being together with us.

Tactools

Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy Four Women Undercover in the Civil War [Audiobook]

Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy Four Women Undercover in the Civil War [Audiobook]

Karen Abbott, Karen White (Narrator), “Liar, Temptress, Soldier, Spy: Four Women Undercover in the Civil War” ISBN: 1483005127, ASIN: B00LMLR9O6 | 2014 | MP3@59 kbps | ~15:14:00 | 417 MB

Further: Beyond the Threshold [Audiobook]

Further: Beyond the Threshold [Audiobook]

Further: Beyond the Threshold [Audiobook] by Chris Roberson English | May 22, 2012 | ASIN: B008563JYU | MP3@64 kbps | 8 hrs 32 mins | 232 MB Narrator: Jeff Crawford | Genre: Sci-Fi   The 34th century: Humankind is spread across 3,000 light years in myriad worlds and habitats known as the Human Entelechy. Linked by a network of wormholes with Earth at its center, it is the world Captain RJ Stone awakens to after a twelve-thousand-year cryogenic suspension. Stone soon finds himself commanding the maiden voyage of the first spacecraft to break the light speed barrier: the FTL Further. In search of extraterrestrial intelligence, the landing party explores a distant pulsar only to be taken prisoner by the bloodthirsty Iron Mass, a religious sect exiled from the Entelechy millennia before. Now Stone and his crew must escape while they try to solve the riddle of the planet’s network of stone towers that may be proof of the intelligence they’ve come to find. The first in critically acclaimed author Chris Roberson’s scintillating new series, Further: Beyond the Threshold…

The Summer Son: A Novel [Audiobook]

The Summer Son: A Novel [Audiobook]

The Summer Son: A Novel [Audiobook] by Craig Lancaster English | October 23, 2012 | ASIN: B00A2AU238 | MP3@32 kbps | 7 hrs 44 mins | 105 MB Narrator: J. D. Hart | Genre: General Fiction   When Mitch Quillen’s life begins to unravel, he fears there is no escape. His marriage and his career are both failing, and his relationship with his father has been a disaster for decades. Approaching 40, Mitch doesn’t want to become a middle-aged statistic. When his estranged father, Jim, suddenly calls, Mitch’s wife urges him to respond. Ready for a change, Mitch heads to Montana and a showdown that will alter the course of his life. Amid a backdrop of rugged peaks and valleys, the story unfolds: a violent episode that triggered the rift, 30 years of miscommunication, and the possibility of misplaced blame. Craig Lancaster follows his award-winning debut, 600 Hours of Edward, with a powerful novel that invites listeners into a family where conflict and secrets prevail, and where hope for healing and redemption is possible.

When the Dancing Stopped The Real Story of the Morro Castle Disaster and Its Deadly Wake (Audiobook)

When the Dancing Stopped The Real Story of the Morro Castle Disaster and Its Deadly Wake (Audiobook)

When the Dancing Stopped The Real Story of the Morro Castle Disaster and Its Deadly Wake (Audiobook) English | Unabridged edition 2006 | 12 hours and 34 mins | ISBN: 1400153271 | MP3 64 kbps | 363 MB During the dark days of the Great Depression, thousands of weary souls escaped their bleak lives for a week of paradise aboard the Ward Line’s glamorous cruise ship, the Morro Castle. It was the most famous passenger liner of its day, lightning fast, elegantly appointed.   It was also a ticking time bomb. It was the summer of 1934. Two sailors joined the Morro Castle crew, one a teenager on his first job away from home, the other a dangerous psychopath. Within two months, they would witness the end of the party in a single night of death, killer storms, and catastrophic fire. And that was only the beginning of a twenty-year-long story. In When the Dancing Stopped, we too walk up the gangplank to that art-deco liner and, at first, enjoy the glamour and the sultry Havana nights. With…

Lethe [Audiobook]

Lethe [Audiobook]

Lethe [Audiobook] by Tricia Sullivan English | February 14, 2014 | ASIN: B00I5O5U44 | MP3@64 kbps | 16 hrs 8 mins | 445 MB Narrator: Imogen Church | Genre: Sci-Fi   Sullivan’s impressively sophisticated first novel takes us to a disturbing twenty-second-century Earth still recovering from the environmental ravages of a global Gene War. The few human survivors who aren’t mutants live in sterile reservations governed by a league of computer-linked, disembodied brains known as the Heads. Besides working to restore as much terrestrial environment as possible, the Heads’ best hope for Earth’s citizens rests with four stargates discovered on the Underkohling, a mysterious celestial object at the edge of the solar system. Sullivan’s story line skillfully intertwines the fates of Jenae, a mutant telepath whose psychic bond with intelligent dolphins gives the Heads a means of stabilizing the stargates, and Daire Morales, a scientist whose accidental passage through one of the stargates lands him on a mysterious planet populated by the descendants of the Gene War’s most notorious criminals. Complex, suspenseful, filled with intriguing hard sf ideas,…

The Trip to Jerusalem (Nicholas Bracewell #3) [Audiobook]

The Trip to Jerusalem (Nicholas Bracewell #3) [Audiobook]

The Trip to Jerusalem (Nicholas Bracewell #3) [Audiobook] by Edward Marston English | December 1, 2012 | ASIN: B00AGB3F0A | MP3@96 kbps | 7 hrs 54 mins | 322 MB Narrator: Andrew Wincott | Genre: Historical Mystery   When the deathly horrors of the Black Plague decimate the audiences in London’s theatres, the acclaimed troupe of players called Lord Westfield’s Men take to the high road to seek out fresh audiences. But wherever they go, they are thwarted by misfortune, and are baffled by mysteries. Their scripts are stolen, their players abducted. A dead man walks, and a beautiful woman hears the voice of God. Only one man is clever enough to match swords with the troupe’s burgeoning troubles. Upon Nicholas Bracewell falls the burden that may cost him his life – as they head for an ancient inn called The Trip to Jerusalem, where the last act of a bloody drama is about to begin…

His Share of Glory: The Complete Short Science Fiction of C. M. Kornbluth (Audiobook)

His Share of Glory: The Complete Short Science Fiction of C. M. Kornbluth (Audiobook)

  His Share of Glory: The Complete Short Science Fiction of C. M. Kornbluth [Audiobook] by C. M. Kornbluth, edited by Timothy P. Szczesuil English | March 18, 2014 | ASIN: B00J3FUWX8 | MP3@64 kbps | 43 hrs 10 mins | 1.17GB Narrator: Steve Baker | Genre: Sci-Fi His Share of Glory contains all the short science fiction written solely by C. M. Kornbluth. Many of the stories are SF “classics”, such as “The Marching Morons”, “The Little Black Bag”, “Two Dooms”, “The Mindworm”, “Thirteen O’Clock”, and, of course, “That Share of Glory”. His Share of Glory includes all of Kornbluth’s solo short science fiction, fifty-six works of short SF in all, with the original bibliographic details including pseudonymous by-line. The introduction is by noted SF writer and life-long friend and collaborator of C. M. Kornbluth – Frederik Pohl.

Starman’s Quest (Audiobook)

Starman’s Quest (Audiobook)

  Starman’s Quest [Audiobook] by Robert Silverberg English | September 12, 2014 | ASIN: B00NJ1MMK8 | MP3@64 kbps | 4 hrs 38 mins | 127 MB Narrator: Tom Weiss | Genre: Sci-Fi The Lexman Spacedrive gave man the stars – but at a fantastic price. A nine-year trip to Alpha Centauri and back seemed to take only six weeks to men on a spaceship. When they returned however, their friends and relatives had aged nine years. Spacers lived their entire lives on the starships, raised their families there, and never set foot outside their own Enclave during their landings on Earth. They came to despise Earthers, and the Earthers grew to despise them. If only a space drive allowing spaceships to travel faster than light could be developed, the time difference could nearly disappear.