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  • The War Queen

    by J.M. Robison
    Altarn is used to tolerating the biases of men. It comes with being the first female to secure the political State Head of Blindvar. But Kaelin, the State Head of Ruidenthall, crosses the line when he proposes a merger of their two states. Altarn has reason to believe this is Kaelin’s attempt to make himself king of both. Believing it’s her responsibility to “dethrone” him, she rides to her last ally to ask for aid. While on the road, she’s kidnapped and taken to Ruidenthall. She wakes from... more
  • The Free Citizen: A Dystopian Science Fiction Novel

    by T.J. Sedgwick
    Earth, 2082. Operative Calvin Rae infiltrates an enemy space station to steal a revolutionary prototype on behalf of President White, Father of the Renaissance. But the Space Station Erasmus is infected with the alien parasite which has spread across Europe and now threatens the American Union’s twelve Sanctuary Cities. Back home in Sanctuary City Chicago, his wife awaits his safe return behind the city’s huge perimeter walls. She is one of millions of Citizens kept safe by the Regime, safe f... more
  • Ülrügh

    by Miriam Verbeek
    Ellen's attempts to rescue the victims of an earthquake go badly wrong. She bargains with the privateer Norm Tucker, plunging Si'Empra into unforeseen chaos. Her brother's bizarre grip on Si'Empra's people grows stronger. "Everything I touch turns to disaster," she thinks. But she can't give up. She's made promises. And she, alone, has the power to stop Si'Empra's slide to ruin. If only she can find the strength ... Buy this second book in the Si'Empra series and immerse in the struggles o... more
  • Hidden Scales

    by A. M. Robin
    Young Mira discovers that she is a merrow, triggering a curse that sends ruthless spies after her and her friends with the sole purpose of keeping merrows a secret from everyone on land. She must now escape to a distant city and learn to accept and nurture her true nature before she and her companions can defeat the spies and return home.
  • Paraiso Street

    by Evan James Clark
    Ex-priest and physicist Danny Capistrano sells salvation, smuggling the newly-deceased into the underworld. Trafficking souls isn’t a breeze, but Danny’s the best there is. Who cares if he’s in debt to the gills, his girlfriend just split, and his estranged daughter thinks he’s a complete asshole? But when a valuable soul slips through his fingers, Danny finds himself in the cross-hairs of his cartel bosses. To clear his name, Danny returns to San Adriano, gateway city to the land of the dead. U... more
  • The Hidden King

    by E.G. Radcliff

    Hidden truths. Hidden power. Hidden destiny.

    On the shores of a rusty sea, in the streets of a starving city, a young man named Áed scraps to build a life for himself and the makeshift family he loves. Scarred by a trauma he cannot remember, and haunted by the brutal damage it left behind, he has no idea of the courage his future will demand.

    When a heart-wrenching tragedy shatters his family, a desperate Áed risks a treacherous journey to s... more

  • Style Engineers Worldwide Volume 1: Doctor Tailor

    by Kristen O. Bobst
    Style Engineers Worldwide: Doctor Tailor is the first volume in a graphic novel series about the global adventures of 16-year-old Tilly Tailor – a budding fashion designer with a big secret: she has a Ph.D. in Computer Science. Follow Tilly and her best friends as they create the Style Engineers Worldwide club (a.k.a. the SEWing Circle™) and become their own form of superheroes: to fashion the future, engineer the odds, and make progress – all while balancing high school.
  • Iron Broderick

    by Tom Bont
    Broderick earns the sobriquet, Iron, for his ability to win under the direst of circumstances. His sentence to the royal gallows, for daring to love the princess, reminds him he’s still a slave. A last-ditch rescue by the slave army he commands pits him against the full military might of the kingdom. The only way to escape royal vengeance is to direct it elsewhere, so he uses his strategic genius to goad the king into battle with a rival nation. Broderick soon learns that the princess carries hi... more
  • Howlers: Lupus Rex

    by Tom Bont

    Aaron Darveau’s one-night stand leaves him with more than love scratches on his back. He soon finds out he is ordained to ascend to Lupus Rex, Wolf King. Aaron thinks he wants to be the big, bad wolf but rejects the position when he discovers the sacrifices he must make to keep the peace with Lucerna Veritatis, an ancient order of warrior priests bent on destroying the Race. After surviving multiple ambushes, he comes to the conclusion that the only way to stay alive and stop the sacrif... more

  • System programmer: The Maiden and The Madman

    by Jean-Philippe Janssens
    After dying, our main character found himself summoned by a young woman. She comes from a long line of summoners and had expected to partner up with a powerful being, like the rest of her family. Instead, she summoned a computer programmer, who from now on will be living inside her head. Powerless, he's unable to help her with the upcoming war. Disappointed that neither of them had been blessed by fate with some divine abilities, he decides to build a computer system inside her head himself.
  • The Shadow Keepers

    by Marisa Noelle
    Sixteen-year-old Georgia Boone has seen the shadow creatures in mirrors and other reflective surfaces since she was six-years-old. But no one--not even her brother, the person she’s closest to in the entire world--believes her. She is all alone in the hellish world where crow-like creatures hunting her everywhere she goes. When an afternoon of shopping ends in violence and blood, Georgia is sent to the UK’s most prestigious mental health hospitals: Brookwood Hospital. There, she’s forced to f... more
  • Dark & Darker Faerie Tales

    by Stephanie Barnes
    Are you bored of kind and selfless fairies? Do the words ‘and they all lived happily ever after’ make you yawn? Inspired by Brothers Grimm and other sinister tales, Dark & Darker Faerie Tales is a collection of dark stories about evil faeries, corrupted heroes, vengeful innocents and malicious monsters. Delving into the darker side of fairy tales, each story offers a twisted journey that’ll make you wish for a happy ending.
  • And Shall Machines Surrender

    by Benjanun Sriduangkaew

    On the dyson sphere Shenzhen, artificial intelligences rule and humans live in luxury, vying to be chosen as host bodies—called haruspices—for the next generation of AI, and thus be worshiped as gods.

    Doctor Orfea Leung has come here to escape her past of mercenary violence. Krissana Khongtip has come here to reinvent herself from haunted spy to holy cyborg. But the utopian peace of Shenzhen is shattered when the haruspices begin committing suicide, and the pair are called u... more

  • The Season of the Plough: (travalaith Saga Book 1)

    by Luke R. J. Maynard
    The Travalaithi Empire is in a state of unrest, and the sleepy frontier town of Widowvale was meant to be a refuge far from the looming civil war. But when the local militia's hunt for a lowly poacher turns up a mysterious child at the heart of an unreliable prophecy, the town's fortunes are transformed forever, and the deadly troubles of the outside world are brought home for the harvest. Coming of age in this uneasy world was hard enough as a simple farmer. But when Aewyn's heroic destiny c... more
  • 9781912892112

    by Luke Metcalf
    Devastated by her father’s brutal murder, seventeen-year-old Emily Bliss is determined to find his killers, even after everyone else has given up. As Emily attempts to follow their trail, she encounters a mysterious stranger at a party. Beneath his handsome looks, physical prowess, vast wealth, intimidating presence and hypnotizing eyes, she can sense that he is tormented by demons that she cannot yet fathom. Soon Emily is shocked yet thrilled to realize that she is falling uncontrollably in... more
  • Songlines

    by Carolyn Denman
    "We belong to the earth, Lainie-Bug. We were sent here in human form for a reason. If you don’t know what to do, then just be human." Right. Like that was ever a simple thing to do. Simple would be finishing high school without that desolate music trickling through the cracks in my dreams, making me too tired to study. Simple would be telling Noah his girlfriend smells like last week’s dim sims without second-guessing my own reasons for not liking her. Simple would be keeping the min... more

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