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  • Born of Aether: An Elemental Origins Novel

    by A.L. Knorr
    They say if you tell a lie long enough, you'll eventually believe it, but Akiko will never forget who she really is. Akiko Susumu is not what she seems. Her life as a normal teen living in a coastal Canadian town is a complete sham. The old man she lives with is not her grandfather, he's her captor. And Akiko isn't a teen. In fact, she isn't even human. But Akiko isn't allowed to share the reality of her true nature with a single soul. Not even her three best friends know of the power sh... more
  • Born of Fire: An Elemental Origins Novel

    by A.L. Knorr
    Welcome to the secret world of fire magi, where what doesn't kill you (literally) makes you stronger. Saxony Cagney counts herself lucky when she wins a position as an au pair in Venice for the summer. It's her responsibility to take care of two young boys - speak to them in English, make sure they get to their swimming lessons on time. Piece of cake, right? She unexpectedly forms a strong bond with the youngest, Isaia, although its a mystery why. She also meets two Italian men... both are sm... more
  • Born of Earth: An Elemental Origins Novel

    by A.L. Knorr
    Something's wrong with Jasher... "He didn't just get too close to the veil, he was inside it. That kind of beginning is bound to leave its mark..." Georjayna Sutherland isn't exactly thrilled about going to Ireland to live with her aunt for the summer, and even less thrilled when her adopted cousin Jasher (cute though he may be) turns out to be as friendly as a nest of vipers. But at least it gets her out of Saltford and away from her neglectful mother, Liz. When Georjie unearths Jasher... more
  • Born of Water: An Elemental Origins Novel

    by A.L. Knorr
    Everything you thought you knew about mermaids is wrong. Life for a small-town high school kid in Saltford should be simple and straightforward – for 17-year-old Targa MacAuley, it’s anything but. Navigating life with a supernatural mother is tricky enough, but dealing with the feelings of guilt that she’s never been able to ‘change’, and confusion that she doesn’t seem to be attracted to boys (or girls for that matter), Targa feels like she’s got more demons than the average kid. When the... more
  • Through the Flame

    by Jonathan Gould
    Have you come from another world? At first, Nicola thinks the young man’s question is absurd. There are no such things as other worlds. But after passing through a mysterious Bunsen burner flame to a place where the ground is blue and the sky is red, Nicola begins to realise that this is exactly what has happened. And as she sets off on a quest to fulfil an ancient prophecy, she discovers that nothing in the strange world of Enderopia is what it seems to be.
  • Pirate Summer

    by HL Carpenter
    When her brother disappears, Josey is sure she knows where he's gone. And the only way to bring him home is to travel two hundred years into the past with a boy she can't trust.
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    by Ian James
    The aliens don’t look like us. They don’t think like us. And they’ve come to slaughter us. Their ships travel faster than thought. Their bombs turn continents to ash. They are the monsters in our books and movies—but they are real. Their plan was to exterminate all but the best of mankind. The surviving men and women would join their empire—or face a fate more terrible than death. They took the first woman in New York City. The next in Africa. A man in Taiwan. One more in Sweden. No... more
  • New Praetorians 1: Sienna McKnight

    by R.K. Syrus
    Imagine The Avengers written by Tom Clancy, with an outstanding female lead. Perfect for fans of Ripley, Katniss, Diana Prince, and Sarah Connor. In the near future, soldier Sienna McKnight seeks revenge on her terrorist cousin; they both gain extraordinary powers and engage in an epic battle over the fate of humanity and a unique orphan girl. This first book is like Batman Begins or Wonder Woman, it starts Sienna’s story. sci-fi / fantasy suggested for 16+ (violence, mild profanity) A YEA... more
  • Horrors, Inc.

    by James R. Vernon

    Eddie Watson is an underachiever. He holds a degree in philosophy, but is perfectly content working as a janitor at the most advanced pharmaceutical and tech company in the world, Soladyne Corporation. Little does he know his job is about to take him on a strange journey into the bowels of the company’s secret laboratories from where man’s deepest fears have escaped to terrorize Eddie and his co-workers.

    The easy-going janitor is forced to face monsters, both savage and inte... more

  • How to Protect Your Neighborhood from Circus Werewolves: Slug Pie Story #4

    by Mick Bogerman
    The circus is in town, and Mick Bogerman has a fail-proof plan to sneak inside the adults-only Macabre Pavilion. But there's something weird about the A. Linville & Purnima Bros. Circus this year. Angry parents and crying kids exit early by the carload. Maybe it's the clowns. Yes, they wear the standard stark-white faces and red bulbous noses, but underneath their painted smiles, there's something not quite right. What's more, after the full moon rises . . . they howl. When Mick and his friends ... more
  • Glimmer of Steel

    by K. E. Blaski
    Damen has a plan to save the life of his childhood friend before she's forced to marry the evil Noble Tortare: switch her soul with some other girl and let the other girl die in her place. Only he didn't count on the other girl's determination to live, he certainly didn't count on her soul coming from a different planet--Earth, and falling in love? No, he never planned on that. Told from alternating viewpoints: Damen, a truthsayer from Astrune, and Jennica, the soul snatched from Earth. Like ... more
  • Winter of 1813

    by John W Egan

    An Alternative History, Winter of 1813 is the first book of the Beyond 1812 series that follows James Butler as he tries to make his way in life, find love, cope with trauma, and deal with an estranged family. By saving one life, James changes the course of the war, the lives of millions, and the map of North America. Its sequel, Summer of 1813 will be published in 2019.

     

  • The Outlaws of Kratzenfels

    by M. Jonathan Jones
    The Kingdom of Kratzenfels has fallen. King Sigmund is dead, and the Order of the Iron Knights has won the war of machines against magic. War-walkers and spider-wights roam the land, spreading terror wherever they go. The Count von Falkenhorst, the leader of the Iron Knights, needs one thing to make his victory complete: the hand of the Princess Helda in marriage. But Helda, daughter of King Sigmund and the witch-queen Raggana, has other ideas…
  • Galactic Teens

    by Jihan Latimer
    Four high school teenagers from Sussex High School are in each other's own world. They start out as despising one another until, one morning, they wake up with superpowers. They become unified as friends and companions because they have to fight the Zook Force, an alien force from outer space who wishes to destroy them and the planet. Watch these teenagers become unified as friends to take on a force that is stronger and bigger than they are.
  • Down The Darkest Hole

    by dakota kirkpatrick
    Down the darkest hole is a series of two stories taking groups of friends into unspeakable horrors. In Haddix you will dive deep into the heart of an abandoned asylum. Those Below the Pines will show you that the cold is the least of your worries.
  • Haddix

    by dakota kirkpatrick
    Haddix book 1 takes you behind the eyes of Derek a man searching for his friend, dragged into the horrors of an abandoned asylum. Nightmares soon ensue him, taking him deeper into the underworld of torture, fear, and horrors so dark it will make you beg for death. This story will grab hold of you and never let you go.

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