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  • Rule of Fire: Elemental Magic & Epic Fantasy Adventure (The Rise of the Fifth Order Book 2)

    by Autumn M. Birt
    Six friends stand against the combined Orders of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth, protecting a girl whose forbidden abilities have condemned her to death. Now they are joined by a man who was once the Curse, the Church's most powerful weapon and Ria's greatest threat. Left with no name and no memory, the decision to aid this stranger will cost friendships and more as the group of friends journey north to seek a tribe of people lost to time amid an ancient war. The path home is riddled with danger... more
  • Born of Water: Elemental Magic & Epic Fantasy Adventure (The Rise of the Fifth Order Book 1)

    by Autumn M. Birt
    Would you protect a girl whose forbidden magic condemns her to death? In the buried archives of the Temple of Dust may lie the secret to defeating the Curse, a creature which seeks to destroy 16-year old Ria for the forbidden gifts she possesses. Begin the epic fantasy adventure described as “fast paced and … a wonderful fantasy trilogy” and “a rich fantasy full of interesting characters,” “the author’s imagination is mindboggling!” It is from among the ranks of those who control the Cu... more
  • Primogénito: The Fuentes Legacy

    by Greta Cribbs
    “I wake up in the middle of the night sometimes and see him standing at the foot of the bed, staring at me. Some nights I don’t think he sleeps at all.” Ashley Preston has a problem. Her husband Nick has fallen victim to a mysterious illness, alternating between bizarre physical symptoms for which doctors cannot determine a cause and alarming personality changes which have Ashley fearing not just for Nick’s health but for her own safety as well. Desperate to save her husband, she turns to the... more
  • The Devil's Charity

    by Robert D Turvil
    This fantasy is like no other. You’ll go on a blindfolded roller-coaster ride. Nothing you expect ever happens, only the unexpected. The ending will leave you stunned and thoughtful. It might even change your life. And so it begins. Imagine all your memories ripped away. All you know is your name and that you’re somewhere. With everyone else behaving normally, what can you do? Who can you trust?
  • The Rashade': Chronicles of the Coranydas (Volume 1)

    by Rebecca Tran
    When a sinister mage murders Mara Coryanda’s father, she trades her privileged existence for one devoted to vengeance by any means necessary. Soon her tireless quest leads to frustration. The mage proves to be a formidable opponent, who will stop at nothing to ensure his master plan comes to fruition…unless Mara locates the magical artifacts that could twist fate and help her raise an army to save her homeland. Will her quest prove to be too much to bear or will fate intervene on her behalf... more
  • Enochi: 3 of Light Part 1

    by Syquan Perrett
    Enochi brings together: action, adventure, fantasy, and sci-fi. These books will tell a story of an entire galaxy throughout the course of time. Expect tons of action as Enochi is built to be very action heavy. Especially through the first set of books. Enjoy! The first of two parts, 3 Of Light explains the first known action of the beginning wars. As many species dwell in the Enochi galaxy, they are the force to cope with the demands and actions of others. Who will step up to bring peace to th... more
  • The Blighted City (The Fractured Tapestry Book 1)

    by Scott Kaelen

    “To challenge the gods is to invite their wrath.” So it is written of Lachyla, the Blighted City, in the Codex of the Ages. But who reads codices? And who really believes the tall stories of the Taleweavers? Dagra does. He was raised on such tales, and if it’s anything to do with the gods – even a dead god – he believes every word.

    When his team of sellswords are offered a contract to cross the Deadlands in search of Lachyla, he wants no part of it. His com... more

  • Venus Shining: Trinity Forest Book 3

    by Jennifer Alsever
    In the final installment of the Trinity Forest trilogy, Ember has traveled through the looking glass into a world of fame, wealth, and deadly vengeance. She will have to fight like hell to reclaim a life she once wished away in order to save the boy she loves and the family she only now realizes she’s always had. TRIUMPHANT at last, Ember has fought her way back from the evil witch’s curse and reclaimed her identity, her sense of self. Now she must stop Xintra from hurting the boy she loves, ... more
  • Lord Computesalot, Ruler of Aurora Bullyalis, and His Secret Quest to End Bullying

    by Regina Davis and Carolyn Royer Spencer
    This colorful, clever fantasy shows children how ridiculous and hurtful bullying is and presents it in a different perspective by having the adults bully each other. It was created by two experienced and caring teachers whose goal is to help those who have been or will be bullied. Bullying can affect all ages and is detrimental to self-esteem and self-worth.
  • Blackpool: The Veil of Shadow (Mapper Book 2)

    by Royce Buckingham
    As Ian Krystal and his Clansmen travel the outskirts of the kingdom, he discovers that his father’s legacy of conquest has left many of the people scattered and bitter. The Lord of Maps charts the kingdom and the clan chronicles continue. But it may be that they are changing the past and creating the future. Krystal vows to make amends but the wrath of a winged beast causes Petrich to invoke the dark for their protection. A new start for the King means recalling the clansmen to Skye but their di... more
  • The Empire's Orphans (Traitors & Fools #1)

    by Robin Kristoff

    In the space of three days, Rogan loses his royal privilege, his country, and his mother. Now knowing that his father, the King of Kanrine, orchestrated his mother’s execution, Rogan is left stranded in his mother’s homeland. Sickened by the idea of returning home to face his mother’s killers, Rogan lowers himself to washing and sweeping for a local healer to survive. He’s now a drudge, a mongrel, a nobody with airs. His one friend is Bryna, the poverty-stricken daught... more

  • Lingua Galactica

    by S.J. Schwaidelson
    As communications officer and chief linguist on the U.S.S. Washington, D.C., Lieutenant Sarah Jane Rothko Krieg’s primary function is to make sure they understand what is being said to them, and that the non-Terrans understand what they are saying. Nuance is everything. Her days are spent face-to-face beings from all over the galaxy. Her natural ability for language puts her in a unique position, one she relishes. There are conferences to monitor, crises to mitigate, and diplomats to humor. ... more
  • Retreads

    by Steve Hobbs
    Margaret Dearborn’s death has been a mystery since the moment her shattered body was found in the front yard of her affluent Massachusetts home two hundred years ago. Depressed after the disappearance of her true love, Cager Barclay, and in conflict with her disapproving father, most believe her death was tragically self-inflicted. Now, Meg lives again thanks to a revolutionary discovery that has regenerated her flesh and bones. When Meg confesses she still cannot let Cager's memory go, her ... more
  • Most Unnatural

    by Liam Llewellyn
    Lourdes is a horticulturist and Cordo is a reporter. They have a happy marriage, so it comes as the greatest shock when Lourdes kills herself. Even more disturbing is how she did it: By cutting out the baby from her stomach, then sailing out into the Pacific and setting herself on fire. No one can make any sense of it. Cordo raises the baby but quickly finds himself overwhelmed with her difficulties. As she grows older, he starts to notice similarities between his daughter and Lourdes, bot... more
  • Asphodel

    by Jane Lindskold
    Prison or Refuge? Nameless in a doorless tower graced with seven windows, she is imprisoned. Who is her jailer? What is her crime? After she discovers the secret of the seven windows, the nameless one, accompanied by two impossible companions, sets forth on fantastical journeys of exploration. But, for the nameless one, learning her name may not be a welcome revelation, and the identity of her jailer will rock the foundations of a tower that has come to be as much refuge as prison.
  • Adana the Earth Dragon

    by Debbie Manber Kupfer
    Adana is a small, brown, earth dragon. She longs to play with the other dragons, but none of them will accept her as a friend. One day, however, a giant wanders into the land of the dragons and scares all the other dragons. Can Adana save the day and prove that even a small brown earth dragon can do big things? An elemental tale from the author of P.A.W.S. and Esmeralda Grunch and the Red Tulip. Illustrated by Tina Wijesiri.

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