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  • Hybrid

    by Rebecca Henry
    Agent Van of the CIA is sent to an Australian underground military surveillance base called Pine Gap. Agent Van finds himself thrown in a conspiracy cover up of an ancient alien race known as species X. Agent Van falls in love with Annika, a mysterious and uncommon woman who displays unusual abilities, leading Van to question her own origin. Mystery and horror explode around Agent Van during a cave diving exhibition to search for a lost colleague referred to as Agent One. The only clue for Agent... more
  • She Steals Justice

    by J. Clark
    In this modern Robin Hood retelling set in the American South, Robyn Carter can't stand her sister's boyfriend and for good reason. His mistreatment of her has Robyn’s patience wearing thin with each misstep. When her sister becomes impregnated, however, Robyn’s fight becomes more than just about her sister’s safety. She fights for her sister, other victims, and the less fortunate in her Black Southern community—vigilante style. Her Robin Hood days take her down a spiraling rabbit hole filled w... more
  • Child of Etherclaw

    by Matty Roberts
    The bonds of family go well beyond blood. But can those bonds hold when the blood itself carries a devastating secret? Fenlee’s opal necklace had always radiated a certain warmth since her mother’s death. But now, at sixteen, her world begins to unravel as the stone sparks to life, revealing itself to be an otherworldly artifact of untold power. Between her mechatronics studies at the academy and scavenging expeditions beneath the sprawling city of New Cascadia, Fenlee and her adopt... more
  • Laela and the Moonline

    by Lisa Perskie Rodriguez
    “Surprises unfold in the predictable. . . . You can never fully foresee the foreseen.” Long ago, the four tribes of Aerizon lived as one people, but the time of unity has passed. Now, three of the tribes collectively called the Treedles inhabit the forest canopy. The fourth tribe, the Mergons, live on the ground and pose a constant threat to the Treedles. Laela is a young Treedle girl coming of age in the treetop realm of Aerizon. Her destiny, as yet unrevealed, will cast her in the role of cat... more
  • The Shadows We Make

    by Jo Allen Ash
    Set on alien worlds, The Shadows We Make is the tale of Grace Irese, sixteen-year-old desert warrior with a chip on her shoulder and Duncan Oaks, a teenage boy fond of quoting his grandmother and also a member of the Grif-Drif, guild of con-artists. Remanded to an off-world juvenile facility for political prisoners they, along with their unlikely and unique companions from the prison, plot an escape in order to return to their war-torn world to save Duncan's sister.
  • The Rattler

    by Ryan Berridge
    Sam lives in his father’s tavern with his mother and twin sister. His home is on an idyllic island in the middle of the ocean far from danger. Recently pirates have started using the island as a stop off point. On an excursion to the docks, against their father’s wishes, Sam and his sister encounter Junior, the son of the Captain of the Bone Rattler, and two of his henchmen. In saving his sister Sam is captured and taken aboard The Rattler. Sam must quickly learn to fit in aboard the ship to ... more
  • Skyrmion

    by Duane Poncy

    Is Sweetland utopia or dystopia? Or something else?

    In the minds of those left behind, the act of crossing over to Sweetland is, literally, no different than death. But is Sweetland really a new planet, ready to accept a humanity suffering from war, economic collapse, and environmental catastrophe-or is it another kind of escape entirely?

  • Fancy Shop

    by Valeri Stanoevich
    It’s a collection of narrative short and flash tales. The short stories take place at different times (past, present, future) with different fantasy levels – from stories that are nearly real to phantasmagorias and New Gothic. The characters are also different: knights, anonymous people, dreamers, outsiders, crazy ones, technocrats, cockroaches, holders of secret knowledge. My idea is that all the horror is not outside of us but inside our mind and it is creeping from there.
  • Faces in a Window

    by Oliver C. Seneca
    Every school has a secret. After two beloved teachers pass away at St. Stephen’s Middle School, it’s up to Ian Evans & Michelle Thompson to fill their shoes. But their eager anticipation soon turns to terror. They are plagued with unexplainable nightmares and horrific visions: Students who aren’t really there; the school catching fire; scenes of their own deaths playing out before them. Uncovering what it all means could cost them their jobs, or their lives. With each other’s determi... more
  • The Damiano Legacies Books 1-3

    by Krysten Harlow
    He was born into a rare demon-hunting lineage... All his life, Max Damiano has trained with his family and waited for his arcane talent to awaken. On the morning of his fourteenth birthday, his wish is granted: he is a telekinetic. Now he can fully take part in the family’s Work of keeping the world safe from demons, remnants of a long-gone universe, the Qlippoth, whose very existence is inimical to our world’s reality. His first assignment? To investigate the disappearance of a dozen chil... more

    by Tim Ruel

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    by Tim Ruel

    Eye-implant employee Emma Castle gets reassigned to deal with the crazy new illness that's putting millions on Earth in a near-coma.

    Society in 2079 revolves around AI devices, including eyeGo, the visual implant installed in everyone from the age of nine. Emma, an eyeGo health technician, gets sucked into investigating a potential link between the eye implant and the affliction.

    While people around Earth drop like inebriated flies, Emma uncovers a p... more

  • Tracker220

    by Jamie Krakover

    When everyone has a brain-interfacing tracking chip, one glitch threatens the entire network.

    Kaya Weiss is that glitch.

    Through thoughts and blinks, Kaya can access anyone or anything on the tracker network. But the authorities monitor everything—where Kaya goes, who she talks to, and what she searches. And without the ability to turn it off, Kaya and her family can’t observe a tech-free Shabbat. To fix the glitch, the authorities s... more

  • Passage to the House of Power: A Prophetic Parable

    by JIM SAMRA
    In the world of Sebi, the spiritual world is rendered visible. As Rom awakens in this new world, he begins his long journey home, ignorant of the role for which he has been chosen and unaware of the powers aligned to stop him. A bird, a scroll, and weapons of great power are entrusted to him along the way as he discovers unexpected parallels between his journey and those who came before him. As Rom discovers more of the how the spiritual world of Sebi works, his own shortcomings and potentia... more
  • Sun & Dream

    by J. Steven Lamperti

    Anise has power in her dreams – too much power.

    When your dreams can change the world, you need to learn to control them.

    Anise’s uncle Sebastian takes her to the Academy, the school where the wizards of Liamec learn to use their powers.

    But the people in Anise’s small village are not the only ones who notice the young girl’s abilities. Who is the ... more

  • Ancient Paths

    by Nelle Mack
    A prophecy foretold that a boy would be born who would open the portal and bring the Fairies back into our dimension. Join Faelan, a 12-year-old boy as he travels through Ireland with his magical companions and learns magic. He meets gods, goddesses, unicorns, undines, pegasus, and so much more! WIll he be able to open the portal?!