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  • Turn to Dust and Ashes (Fall Far from the Tree Book 2)

    by Amy McNulty

    Impassive. Devious. Besieged. Naive. In the ashes of their parents’ cruel sovereignty, four teenagers are left holding the reins with no idea how to lead their peoples to peace and prosperity.

    Rohesia, told she is the true heir to Hanaobi, must choose between ruling the duchy in her father’s place and returning with her cousin to seek the throne that is more rightfully hers. Without her father figure, she has little interest in either, but there is no escape from the infamou... more

  • Before the Raging Lion (Mortality Book 4)

    by Everly Frost

    The heart-stopping conclusion to the Mortality series.

    "I am a threat. I am a weapon. But I am not death." Ava Holland has proven she'll do whatever it takes to protect the people she loves from the darkness sweeping across Evereach. But when Ava is captured by Evereach's forces, their real leader steps out of the shadows. Ava comes face to face with Alexander, the man who wants to use her as his own weapon of death. When the secrets of the mortal... more

  • the House of the Wolf

    by Alison Baird
    A young girl fears that her late father's family are werewolves -- and worse, that she may be one as well.
  • Fallen to Grace (Celestial Downfall Book 1)

    by A.J. Flowers
    Azrael's a wingless angel, and if that wasn't bad enough, she's the only one with a functioning conscience. Her bi-color eyes mark her as a moral hybrid, and when she breaks her enslavement to Manor Saffron by making a deal with a demon, she doesn't expect to become Queen. She’ll have to survive her new royal magic, convince a legion of angels she’s worth fighting for, and find the breach in her Faustian deal, or risk a new master with horns.
  • Dreadmarrow Thief

    by Marjory Kaptanoglu

    “A novel that celebrates life and love the way only the best fantasy tales can.” -Kirkus Reviews

    SEEKING LOVE, REVENGE, AND A CURE FOR DEATH...
    In this thrilling fantasy adventure, sixteen-year-old Tessa Skye shapeshifts into a sparrow using a windrider—a forbidden magical amulet. When she accidentally reveals herself to the wicked Conjurer Lord Fellstone, the tyrant has her papa killed. Overcome by guilt and remorse, Tessa ... more

  • Show Me

    by Gabriella Slade
    Sixteen year old Kade has alway been different. Unknowingly, there are magic, and dangers in the world he has never known of. All he knows of is his tiny villiage and his ability to feel the emotions of others. After he is saved by a mysterious man from a creature known as a thangoa, Kade is thrust into a world of Soul Questers--elves who have the ability to not only feel emotions, but also hear thoughts. Kade can do what they can, but he is not one of them. He must train to use his powers ... more
  • Remember

    by Ray Gardener
    What if you could forget or remember anything? Five stories and three novellas explore the possibilities.
  • The Epoch of Dragons: Convergence

    by Lydia Weltmann
    Dragons have a special stone, called a dracontias, that gives them power. These powers vary from spitting fire to shooting lightning to shape shifting. It’s been a power unique to the dragons, until now. Now, humans have discovered how to harness these dracontias and are taking the power for themselves. It’s an all out war between humans and dragons.
  • Return to Q Island

    by Russell James
    Millions long to break out of quarantine. But Patrick needs to break in. The paleovirus has swept Long Island, turning residents into psychotic killers. A government quarantine traps Patrick in Connecticut, separated from his mother and pregnant sister on what all now call Q Island. When he loses contact with them, he fears the worst. His only chance to get back and help them is to infiltrate the island as a guide for an illegal safari hunting the infected. But he arrives to find he’s more sl... more
  • Echoes of a Dream

    by Melissa J. Lytton
    Eric Hudd is a recovering drug addict trying to keep his head down and make an honest living at the corporate art factory. When his dreams start bleeding into the waking world, he assumes years of drugs have finally caught up to him. But when other people’s dreams start bleeding over too, he can no longer dismiss the weirdness as a delusion. With his carefully-constructed sober life falling apart around him, his quest for sanity will take him to alternate dimensions, his own past, other people's... more
  • Seeds of Hatred (Scions Awakened)

    by Christian Nadeau
    As a former assassin, a man on the run for years, Marac survived taking on odd jobs, living on society’s fringe, never putting down roots for fear of having to run again. Until he’s hired to steal a trinket from the Brotherhood. Newly graduated, Soren is ready to shoulder the responsibilities that come with an officer’s commission. Serving in the Brotherhood of Khan is a privilege, one he abandoned everything for. But when an Angel calls on him, he knows his first assignment is more than it s... more
  • The Phoenix Cycle: The Best Shall Rise

    by Bob Collopy
    New San Francisco is the last city standing on a world ravaged by storms of ash and debris. The city survived by putting the ideals of the American dream on steroids and inspiring its people to persevere, though they have become ruthless in the process. Its citizens are ruled by the General, who has made sure that his people understand that gentleness and pity have become weaknesses that nature no longer tolerates. Now Steve and Leslie must choose whether they will apply for the General’s onc... more
  • Bunny Syndrome

    by Victor John Lao
    In The City of Metherin there was a couple who had their first child. During the birth of the child at the hospital the parents were surprised to see that their son had a condition that made him look really different. Some close People where there to support the family but mysteries unravel as people get interested in the child. A Mad Scientist looks suspiciously involved about the child's condition and a circus owner have his own interest on the poor child.
  • Requiem 4

    by Mike Duran
    Graviton Cemetery—the biggest, oldest, most haunted graveyard in the world. And Requiem 4 is here to clean things up. In a dystopian, war-torn future where a godless global network reprograms the masses for compliance, the Requiem units are a dying breed. Manned by sciocists—scientific exorcists—and armed with state-of-the-art technology, the units sweep cemeteries of ‘latent soul energy.’ However, there’s a lot more than just ghosts in Graviton. Father Aguste Lax, military chaplain... more
  • Heart of Mist

    by Helen Scheuerer
    In a realm where toxic mist sweeps the lands and magic is forbidden, all Bleak wants is a cure for her power. Still grieving the death of her guardian and dangerously self-medicating with alcohol, Bleak is snatched from her home by the Commander of the King’s Army, and summoned to the capital. But the king isn’t the only one interested in Bleak’s powers. The leader of an infamous society of warriors, the Valia Kindred, lays claim to her as well, and Bleak finds herself in the middle of ... more
  • Grazing the Sky

    by Meaghan Kalena Faulkenberry
    For the past few weeks, Lance has been haunted by a nightmare. This dream leaves him waking up cold, sore, and clueless—until one night, he hears a voice in his room. A voice that seems to be coming from every direction, implanting an image of a face into Lance's mind and warning him to run if he sees it. Questioning his own sanity, Lance toils his daily life with a single mother and a career of a musician. While at school, he falls unconscious and is injected with the cells of an inhuman race. ... more

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