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  • horror university

    by Kevin Ceragno
    Senior Rachel Yards, radio deejay, discovers there is a secret society operating at her ivy league school named Knights University who kill students if they disagree with the groups ' philosophy. Her life is in danger the moment she discovers them. She brings in her friends and recruits other students to fight the mysterious individuals. They find hidden documents to prove the actual origins of Knights U.
  • Outsiders

    by Tammy Ferebee
    Something greater than human… Jaylen Hayes knows that she is different from all other seventeen-year-old girls. Possessing extraordinary intelligence, she is also uncannily powerful and inexplicably hated by wild animals. But it is not until she transfers to Trinity High that she learns the truth about who—and what—she really is. Instinctively drawn to two new classmates—the intense and passionate Indigo, and the charismatic and breathtakingly gorgeous Michael—Jaylen soon learns the shock... more
  • Empusa

    by Crystal Jamison
  • Concerto (Forte Book 2)

    by JD Spero
    It's been two years since she sacrificed her magic to save her home town. Now, during a summer program in Boston, Sami McGovern comes face to face with an evil force that manifests as extreme weather. She must find a stronger magic within her music in order to save the planet -- one that must stand up against an enduring battle between the Greek gods. But real-life distractions -- an old crush from NYC -- get in the way. A different kind of magic is needed to untangle the love triangle and save ... more
  • Forte

    by JD Spero
    Back in New York City, piano filled Sami McGovern's life, but moving upstate has changed everything. Thanks to the coach at Skenesboro High, Sami's volleyball skills blossom like magic. But success comes at a cost, and the same sports drink that makes her a superstar silences her music. Worse still, to stay in the "in" crowd, she must betray the few true friends she has made in the tiny town. Her one hope: fulfill a prophecy to end the magic before it destroys her . . . and everyone else in its ... more
  • Outliers: A Post-Apocalyptic Dystopian Novel (The Outliers Saga Book 1)

    by Kate L. Mary

    In the dusty ruins of the world, three groups exist: the Sovereign, the Fortis, and the Outliers. Within their walled city, exclusive access to the only remaining technology gives the Sovereign an advantage that seems impossible to beat. In exchange for meager scraps and free reign outside the walls, they use the brawn of the Fortis to their advantage while the Outliers struggle to survive. Living on land that has not healed from the poison of the past, and surrounded by dangers too numerous ... more

  • Heart of Dust

    by H. L. Moore

    Doran had a problem, and it wasn't that he'd been stabbed.

    Iole City is in turmoil. Doran Ó Seanáin, leader of the Black Lung Gang, is determined to bring the Archon, Arajon’s tyrannical ruler, down for his brutal treatment of the miners. But Doran has more to deal with than getting stabbed and a city-wide lockdown that’s seeing his gang of ex-miners being slowly starved out of their base. His daughter Grace has turned against him, and the weig... more

  • The Martyr's Tears (The Chronicles of the Martyr) (Volume 2)

    by Joel Manners
    When murder and betrayal fracture the alliance between Crown and Temple, Danielle d’Lavandou must flee for her life. Falsely branded a traitor and heretic, Danielle is now a fugitive in a realm that once celebrated her as the greatest adept of her generation. Wyn lies grievously wounded, her life as an unrepentant thief and eager spy stolen in the agony of her injured body. Only her fierce resolve to kill the treacherous son-of-a-bitch responsible keeps her from despair. And the wizard K... more
  • Detonation

    by Erik A. Otto
    Fire, splitting the atom, synthetic biology. There is a dark side to every invention, one which we have been fortunate to contain for most of history. But are we hurtling forward too fast? Is our unstoppable train of innovation about to run into a powderkeg of explosive potential? Detonation is an immersive, action-packed narrative that is a cautionary reflection on our own innovation-obsessed culture. It follows two societies that are connected, but centuries apart, and their struggle again... more
  • A Toxic Ambition

    by Erik A. Otto
    A Toxic Ambition is an action-packed young adult science fiction novel set in a socially fragmented future San Francisco. The world has descended into a morass of radioactivity and harsh climate shifts. The wealthy have escaped to rule from the protected Inworld; enormous, impenetrable domes that dominate urban skylines. Outworlders must live a life of serfdom catering to the Inworlders, unless salvation can be won through prowess in the Fuse games. Tristan is unmatched in his dedication to ... more
  • The Forest Beyond the Earth

    by Matthew S. Cox
    Under the watchful eye of the Mother Shrine, twelve-year-old Wisp ekes out a simple, but challenging life with Dad, foraging for food and losing herself in old books from the world that came before. She loves the Endless Forest―except when the Tree Walkers come for her. In ages past, the great rain of fire and ash destroyed the Earth, wiping out the ancients and everything they had made. Nature has reclaimed much since then, spreading out in a vast forest full of wonder and dread. Ever in fear ... more
  • The Apollo Illusion

    by Shari Lopatin

    ** NOTHING IS EVER WHAT IT SEEMS. ** From award-winning journalist, Shari Lopatin, comes her highly praised debut novel, a science fiction/dystopian suspense, "The Apollo Illusion." The year is 2150, and bullied nineteen-year-old Flora can no longer ignore the burning curiosity to learn what’s behind the towering Wall surrounding her home state of Apollo. Citizens still read books, discuss philosophy, and send text messages, but questioning The Other Side is forbidden.

    When Flora's... more

  • The Good Citizen

    by Joël Doty

     

    In a futuristic society that oppresses immigrants and requires citizens to use Protectors (guns), two teenage girls from opposite backgrounds must decide if they’ll risk their lives to save the people they love. 

    Fifteen-year-old Hannah, a new citizen, and thirteen year-old Jenny, a future safety officer, have nothing in common. But it’s Jenny’s job to make sure Hannah follows the Governcorp citizenship rules – especially to carry and use a... more

  • Soul Catchers

    by Carrie Pulkinen
    Whoever kills the wolf becomes the wolf…   Wren Lewis shouldn't be alive. Magic is illegal, making her mere existence a crime, and if the government ever discovers the truth about her powers, she'll be killed on the spot. Or worse. But when she uses her magic to kill a wolf that's attacking her mom, her abilities are exposed and the animal’s evil spirit possesses her. Unable to control the beast inside her, she flees the city in search of a cure before the wolf spirit consumes her soul, turnin... more
  • Casting in Stone

    by Morgan Smith
    They said ill winds blew at her back. They said she was cursed, a hex, and a jinx. And it was true: everywhere she went, no matter what she did, misfortune seemed to follow in her wake. But that, of course, wasn’t the worst of it. The evil that seemed to track Caoimhe throughout her life had caused many tragedies. She fled her old life, trying to lose herself in anonymity , but the unholy circumstances of her birth, and the machinations of those who sought to use her existence to further their ... more
  • The Shades of Winter

    by Morgan Smith
    An aging band of sea raiders set out on one last voyage of revenge, and get a whole lot more than they bargained for. Tam Isliefsdottir wasn’t planning to end her life in a futile attempt for vengeance, but when your brothers- and sisters-in-arms need you, what can you do? Leaving her son and her granddaughter behind and sailing to the shadowy island of Alvandir, she expected to die gloriously for the sake of her country, her king, and her own reputation. Nothing is as it seems, however, and i... more

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