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  • Acolytes

    by Daniel Fansler
    Thuradin and Felix must venture into the Dwarven Kingdom and do what they can to prevent the dwarves from falling into civil war. Salevari, in Felix's absence, leads Aleganthia and must maintain the peace as humans enter viatari society for the first time. Victria and her companions must travel to the Southern Isles to retrieve an Acolyte in the Throne of the Deep, but as they encounter the Vashi who live in the deep ocean waters, they must contend with political forces they did not expect.
  • Lifting the Siege

    by Daniel Fansler
    Black waters consume the human lands to the north. Rumors of another artifact like the Creature come from the west. New, mysterious enemies threaten the viatari and dwarven way of life. But who is leading them? In this thrilling sequel to The Lost King, Thuradin and his viatari friends must journey to the farthest reaches of Azar, heal old wounds, and unearth the oldest secrets of their world’s creation to find the answers they need to survive the coming threat.
  • `The Lost King

    by Daniel Fansler
    Thuradin, commander of the Royal Guard, must journey to the outside world, the first dwarf to do so in one thousand years, in a quest to find and retrieve the dwarven king. During this quest, he must face obstacles and encounter creatures and peoples who will make him question everything he ever thought he knew about being a dwarf and the meaning of honor and courage.
  • The Garage House Kids

    by Stephen Heckler
  • The Archaeologist's Club

    by D.K. Devonshire
    Will four misfit kids find a mystical, powerful artifact in time to stop an ancient queen’s return to power? Can they trust a mysterious man who claims to be an archaeology professor? After a surprise discovery, Jimmy, Margaret, Sascha, and Rodney are launched on the thrill ride of their young lives. And they aren’t the only ones searching for Queen Atanami’s scepter.
  • The Hezakhal Dungeon

    by S. K. Bilguun
  • A Fistful of Sand

    by Leah Rohla
    Out of all the most improbable of possibilities a genuine miracle happens in the desert town of Starfall. The combined wishes of the people living there join together to resonate loud enough that a god is born from their long seated desires. Freya is made of wishes and grants them and grows more powerful as she does this. This fledgling god follows her instinct to grant as many wishes as feasibly possible in a growing bid to quiet the ever ceaseless hunger in the air of cravings. It is here whe... more
  • Spaceman Sam

    by Greenleaf Book Group
    Blast off with Spaceman Sam on an out-of-this-world adventure! Sam has a special power that it seems few adults possess: imagination. He can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary, like a cardboard box into a spaceship that launches him into outer space and lets him race against aliens. But when Sam discovers that, by himself, he is unable to keep up with the alien teams he is competing against, Sam calls for his dad to join him on his mission, uncertain if Dad will be up to the task. To Sa... more
  • Abandoned by the Gods

    by Ronit J
    Welcome to Adeva... A land abandoned by the Gods themselves. The mortals that were left behind built a rich thousand-year history full of legendary exploits. But history doesn’t remember everyone. Written by the victors, written for them, history has a bad habit of neglecting many. This collection features four tales of those hapless souls that history forgot. A girl sold into divine servitude who would threaten to change the face of Adeva's history, a noble forced into dacoity fuelled ... more
  • The Secrets of Shadowcrest

    by Lance McColgan
    The year is AD 1153. As England teeters on the brink of civil war, a faithful knight is sent by his king on a secret mission to the Island of Cabalia: a secluded land of unknown origin and fantastic magic. But when his errand goes awry, Lord William Steele must embark on an unexpected journey across the island, brushing shoulders with cutthroat mercenaries, conspiring kings, and legendary monsters. Forgotten histories and timeless truths must be grappled with in his attempt to discover the Secre... more
  • Angelians

    by Dennis Meredith
    Investigative reporter Luis Varga’s damaged brain was healed at the world-famous Hunter institute for Neuroscience, after an attack by someone seeking to stop a story he was working on. He is stunned to discover that the Institute harbors a population of peaceful aliens, Angelians. They are jellyfish-like creatures that live as humans remotely connected to people whose catastrophically damaged brains were totally restored. The benign Angelians, who include his beloved fiancé Jodi, fled their dyi... more
  • The Pinocchio Chip

    by Rick Moskovitz
    The Pinocchio Chip is a first person account of an AI’s quest for the Holy Grail of consciousness: human emotions. It explores the profound questions of what it means to be human and whether an AI, in its pursuit of emotions, can ever truly become real.
  • Broken Mirror: Resonant Earth Volume 1

    by Cody Sisco

    A fractured mind or a global conspiracy? Uncovering the truth can be hell when nobody believes you… and you can’t even trust yourself.

    “A fantastic SF thriller with a sincere and important message.”—Kirkus Reviews

    Broken Mirror is the first volume in a queer psychological science fiction saga that looks at the stigma of mental illness and the hellish distrust and alienation that goes with it.

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  • The Ten Riddles of Eartha Quicksmith

    by Loris Owen
    Have you ever thought … have you ever known you were different? Have you ever felt that there’s something big out there, something incredible, just out of reach? What if one day that something incredible came looking for you? When a mysterious drone delivers a cryptic gold coin, Kip is beckoned into the dazzling world of Quicksmiths School of Strange Energy, and everything changes. With only ten days to solve ten ancient riddles, Kip and his new friends quickly take the lead in the race to ... more
  • Moose and the Math Fairy

    by Abby Lewis
    When the Math Fairy leaves Moose in charge for the day, he figures making a few little changes can't hurt. Who needs plus signs, anyway? And graphs can't be THAT important... But he soon discovers that making small changes can lead to big problems! From upsetting the Star Fairy to causing chaos in a pie factory, Moose's attempts to fix things only make them worse. In the end, with the comfort of the Math Fairy, he is able to fix his mistakes- and learn a little something, too.
  • 979-8867605490

    by Daniel Parme

    A bartender's journey through Hell. But this isn't just any hell. This is The Inferno, the finest restaurant in the netherworlds, where Earth's most terrible customers are doomed for eternity. Join our hero as he is guided through the various dining rooms of The Inferno by a high-ranking demon who looks suspiciously like a certain globe-trotting chef. Witness celebrity chef hell-beasts and ironic punishments for the sinners who've found themselves here.

    Gluttony, lu... more