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  • Lies The Guardians Tell

    by Herman Steuernagel

    The Guardians Protect Us. Or so they claim.

    A vision of a strange world. Powers that can heal or destroy. Murder by those they were supposed to trust.

    Sierra Runar has lived in the Sphere her entire life. A protective force field is the only thing separating the remnant of humanity from the toxic world the ancients left behind. The Guardians, an ancient artificial intelligence & humankind’s saviors, have looked after them ever since. However, after a series of devastating ev... more

  • We Who Burn

    by Merethe Walther
    Petra Freyrsdótter can raise an entire village from the dead with her magic—so why can’t she bring her lover back to life? Petra has spent the last two years trying to resurrect Orrus, the man she loves. And even though she’s a powerful necromancer, nothing works, and Orrus is perpetually stuck as a listless shade at her side while she searches all of Aelamor for a way to restore him. But when Petra gets caught by a priest for the God of Truth and Light—an order that burns necromancers at the s... more
  • A War of Daisies

    by A.A. Chamberlynn
    Hawk’s Hollow, Colorado. 1894. Four young women with very different lives and very different dreams, except for one thing: they were chosen to be the Riders of the Apocalypse. Penelope is on a quest to reconnect with the tribe that represents half her blood. Willow wants to win the cross-country horse race, even if it means pretending to be a man. Felicity longs to escape from the cage society has created around her. And Dynah is bound and determined to be Rodeo Queen if it kills her. But ... more
  • Archipelago

    by Zephyr Dorsey
    Archipelago is a satirical dystopia. The story occurs in a fantastical world peopled by elves and fairies, and it contains a humorous undertone throughout -- all so that readers stand a better chance of bumping-up against its societal critiques without going into apoplectic meltdown. Orwell's Animal Farm is its most obvious progenitor.
  • El último gigante: Transgresión. (Spanish Edition)

    by J. R. Hardesty
    En medio del mar del Albor se encuentra la poderosa nación insular de Kalyria. Se ha mantenido como un faro de luz y esperanza para el mundo desde su fundación al final de la Era Sombría hace casi cuatro mil veranos, pero ahora, en el Verano del Mundo 6087, algo malo está por venir. No solo amenaza a Kalyria, sino al futuro de todos los que viven en ella, ya sean extranjeros o nacidos en la isla. Uno de esos extraños es el joven Gigante Menannon, exiliado de su propia tierra de Lornennog po... more
  • The Possession of Mark lyerly

    by Nathaniel Stewart
    Mark Lyerly is at his lowest point. Unable to cope with his teen daughter’s death and the stress of the aftermath of her horrific and calamitous deed, he is ready to end his suffering. However, after two strangers mysteriously show up in his living room, he learns that he will indeed die, but not by his own hand or terms.
  • The Possession of Sarah Allis

    by Nathaniel Stewart
    Sarah Allis had completed her duties as a den-mother for the day, but before she could make her way home she encounters a mysterious woman by the name of Lilait. Lilait has plans for Sarah, and an evening that started off sweetly ends in the unthinkable.
  • Hexing the Moon

    by Angel Leigh McCoy
    Wyrdwood Welcome #3 -- Adventure and Magick -- In the conclusion to the Wyrdwood Welcome trilogy, Viv risks her own life to fix the Trouble she caused. Her new powers are blossoming, and she's beginning to understand what it means to live with magick. It's unclear, however, whether the benefit outweighs the cost. The secrets she uncovers have sharp edges. Can Viv divert a war, or does her very existence herald the end of an era?
  • Jumping the Moon

    by Angel Leigh McCoy

    Wyrdwood Welcome trilogy #2 -- Subterfuge and Treachery -- Trouble follows Viv everywhere. Learning to use her new powers, she begins to explore this vast magickal world to which she's awakening. Arthurian mythology, the Tuatha dé Danann, and the guardians of Purgatory? It's all so much to take in, and Trouble is not waiting for her to catch up.

  • Stalking the Moon

    by Angel Leigh McCoy
    What’s real? What’s imagined? Viviane is schizophrenic. It’s genetic—from her mother’s side of the family. She can usually handle her hallucinations, but when one of them starts killing people, Viviane discovers that nothing in her world is as mundane as she thought it was. Especially not her fiancé. It’s a long fall from the moon, and Reality will never be the same.
  • Takakush: Genus Magica Book One

    by Raine Reiter
    Beneath Olympic Forest’s old-growth cedar and towering Douglas fir, an ancient horror rises. Driven by insatiable hunger, and supernatural purpose, it prowls the wilderness with no fear of man, killing native game and livestock. ​Game Warden, Boone Anderson and his bear hunting dog, Ohto, are sent to investigate. Impossible evidence baffles the agent. When a young woman is torn to pieces Boone joins forces with Professor Elena Lukas, a specialist in invasive and endangered species, to cap... more
  • Unidentified Funny Objects 8

    by Alex Shvartsman
    The Unidentified Funny Objects series delivers an annual dose of funny, zany, and unusual science fiction and fantasy stories. All-new fiction from the genre's top voices! * Superheroes mired in government bureaicracy * Cat cat-burglars * Literal-minded self-driving cars * Evil overlords retired in Florida * Indifferent aliens Fiction by David Gerrold, Esther Friesner, Simon R. Green, Laura Resnick, Wendy Maas & Rob Dircks, Gini Koch, Jody Lynn Nye and others.
  • The Death Brothers: A Supernatural Awakening

    by Dee Rose
    Two weeks have passed since the events of the Hangman Returns. Jericho Caine and Father Tom Padilla, the Death Brothers, return to The Reefs in the Gulf of Mexico to settle a score with the vampire sirens. However, a female angel, Sariel, with romantic intentions toward Jericho, plans to separate the brothers and seduce the slayer. Sariel strikes a deal with the Hangman to distract the brothers by casting a spell that resurrects vanquished supernatural beings in New York. In return, Sariel agree... more
  • We Are God

    by Jordan Mund
    The Old Man, as he’s come to be known, was born during a time when Mortals and Immortals coexisted. Back then he had many Mortal friends, but that was over 400 years ago. Before they all grew old and passed away. Since then he’s been living day to day, spending his time trying to maintain the memories he has of them. His world, in what has been dubbed the Eternal Era, is one that never changes. No one dies, but no one is born either. Eventually the Old Man takes matters into his own hands afte... more
  • Mate to Order

    by Joe Townsel

    The Way to a Man's Heart - If one’s fulfillment of the soul cannot be satisfied within the confines of humanity, now those needs can be met beyond the mortal, beyond the organic ... Like a Woman Scorned - The woman of this man’s dreams may be the stuff of nightmares. The man of this woman’s dreams may be her last chance for survival and a path to her one true love ... A Marriage Made in Heaven - As the rising society of ... more

  • The Global Fellowship: Prelude to The Infinitus Saga

    by Christiane Allison
    HE HAS NO CHOICE.SOMETIMES, DOING WHAT’S RIGHT MEANS RUNNING AWAY. Earth was once in chaos, divided between hundreds of warring nations. Now, united in peace and maintained through a worldwide computer system known as the GRID, the Global Fellowship provides all citizens free access to food, housing, education, and medical care. In return, citizens allow the GRID to use their brains as temporary servers. Those who don’t contribute are the disconnected, shirkers who live destitute and on the ... more

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