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  • The Sara Chronicles Book 2

    by laura hughes
    What happens when magical powers can't be turned off? A year after restoring the balance of good and evil to the magical Land of the Keepers, young Sara, James, and Thomas are laying low-living separately to protect them from the vanquished members of Garren that they helped defeat. But it's not the only danger they face. Suddenly, the magical powers they possess begin to possess them. Sara's the first to notice: her powers now include the ability to control weather. But as she begins to use... more
  • The Sara Chronicles

    by laura hughes

    Someone had made a terrible mistake twelve years ago and placed a homeless child in the care of Janet and Hugh Finklestein. This child's name was Sara. She knew nothing of her life before the Finklestein's, just that life with them was miserable. They didn't feed her, didn't love her and pretty much left her to fend for herself. Sara's life changes dramatically one day when she is transported to the Land of the Keepers, a strange place where nothing is quite what it seems,... more

  • The Devil's Dragon

    by Jason F Boggs
    When the battle for Earth begins, whose side will you be on ? Set 80 years into the future, Nelson Jones, a young military cadet full of optimism and hope is enlisted into the New Era - a fascist regime that arises to rule the world after a horrifying attack from an alien species known as the Great Tribe. Under the leadership of Earth's dictator, President Jacob Freeman with his ruthless enforcer, Major Ira Bilis, Nelson witnesses horrible abuses of power and is forced to confront his va... more
  • Syman: Book One

    by John Egan
    Inspured by a true UFO sighting back in 1999, begins the story of a regular hard working motor mechanic, Jim Wison. By way of an accident, Rogand an eternal aboard his camouflaged ship above Earth, accidently iluminates his hull from the reflection of the Sun. Allowing Jim to see his vessel, starting a culmitive series of events climaxing in Jim's blending with microscopic symbiots from a dead world. Now with enhanced powers equivalent to a Super Hero, our two newly acquainted personalities begi... more
  • The Dark of the Sun

    by Kyri Freeman
    The People struggle to survive as deadly winter falls upon the world. The High-King Selirien fights to keep his realm alive, even as he faces open enmity, false allies, and his own weaknesses. Altir Ilanarion must make a terrible choice between loyalties. The few who survive the Winter will not do so unchanged.
  • Sayings of sages in surreal illustrations: adult coloring book

    by Alla Zhidkova
    This book will take everyone to the Surreal World of the author and make to forget about boring reality. Probably It will make everyone to think about meaning of life. Illustrations includes sayings by famous sages and Ancient poets such as: Descartes, Cicero, Socrate, Leibniz, Virgil and many others. 40 images with sculls, flowers and birds won't leave anyone indifferent.
  • Time Burrito

    by Aaron Frale
    With great burrito comes great responsibility. Pete’s food truck at the University of New Mexico isn’t going well. Seniors dare freshman to eat his burritos. Frats use them for pledges and pranks. Rumors fly around campus that they are chupacabra ground up with rat. Pete needs a change, and it comes in the form of a physics experiment gone awry. After being sucked into the past, he stumbles across an ingredient that goes great in one of his creations. First, there was Marty McFly. Then there... more
  • A Preamble to Depravity

    by Akwesi Phillips
    A Viennese inspector, Alexander Von Purzeus, is sent to investigate a series of frenzied killings, amid, utter savagery. Only then will his beloved sister and, surely, victim of one of his own sordid suprasensual parties, be defrosted from her cryogenic state.
  • Whispers at the Altar

    by Allan C. R. Cornelius
    When you've done the unthinkable, what wouldn't you do to make it right? Lie? Steal? Kill? For thirteen years, Steven's mother has been all he's known. But when she tries to sacrifice him to summon Ssanek, a long-dead god, he is forced to fight back. However, Ssanek's appetite cannot be sated, and his cult continues to grow. Now Steven must decide between abandoning the world to their fate or risking those he cares for most in a hopeless fight to banish Ssanek before he consumes enough blood... more
  • the amarant

    by Tricia Barr
    A fictional world brought to life, a dark romance that promises eternity, and a secret that threatens to end it all. Crimson Wilkinson is a teenage girl who, having survived a dark childhood, finds her escape in reading a popular vampire series. After some investigation, she becomes a very active part in the very true vampire stories the world thought were fiction and falls in love with their author, Nicholae Albaric, the sweetly lonely vampire celebrity. But her happiness is short-lived as she ... more
  • Critters and Chaos Makers

    by Kelly Louise Jones
    At St. Bungle's you have until year's end to be forgiven. Fail, and you'll be forgotten by everyone you love. Mackenzie Marzolla is a bad girl. She and her best friend Hailey Perry rule their school with an iron fist, and their parents suffer and slave to keep them furnished with the latest designer everything. The girls have it made, but one man intends to tear it all down again. Hadrian Hisham is the headmaster of St. Bungle's School for Insufferable Children, and he has eyes and ears in e... more
  • Winterbay Abbey: A Ghost Story

    by John Bladek and Davonna Juroe

    Will Larson has one last chance to save his stagnant career as an architect: design a grand restoration for a long-abandoned abbey. Looming above the breathtaking, windswept coast of Maine, Winterbay Abbey offers a picturesque spot for a charming hotel. But the locals harbor a peculiar distaste for the ruined Gothic convent. After witnessing a drowning within sight of the abbey, Will wonders why the police seem disinterested in the case. He begins looking deeper into the incident, gradually u... more

  • Angler In Darkness

    by Edward M. Erdelac

    EDWARD M. ERDELAC, Author of Andersonville, Monstrumführer, The Van Helsing Papers, and The Merkabah Rider series presents his first collection of short fiction, spanning nearly a decade of fishing in the sunless depths of the imagination, some brought to light here for the first time.

    A frontiersman of bizarre pedigree is peculiarly suited to tracking down a group of creatures rampaging across the settlements of the Texas Hill Country…..

    A great white hunter is shaken to his core... more

  • Aletheia

    by JS Breukelaar
    The remote lake town of Little Ridge has a memory problem. There is an island out on the lake somewhere, but no one can remember exactly where it is—and what it has to do with the disappearance of the eccentric Frankie Harpur, or the seven-year-old son of a local artist, Lee Montour.  When Thettie Harpur brings her family home to find Frankie, she faces opposition from all sides—including from the clan leader himself, the psychotic Doc Murphy.  And Lee, her one true ally in grief and love, mi... more
  • The White Raven

    by Carrie D. Miller

    In her thirteenth life, Aven has settled into the now witchcraft-friendly Salem where she has found true happiness and friendship, maybe even love. Despite her contentment, the truth of Aven's existence haunts her. When she dies, her Spirit is forced from the Veil to live again in the body of a stranger.
     
    Does the elusive white raven, who has shadowed Aven through each of her lives, hold the secret to her release--or is it the cause?
     
    To make matters worse, an u... more

  • 2020 Africa

    by Bill de Garis
    The children are out playing in the forest near Horsmanden about 30 miles south of London when the first Nuke hits the British capital... The worlds civilisation has come to an end and only a very few lucky and resourceful people survive. This story follows the children and others they meet as they try to get to somewhere safe to live. The novel is based in part on some of the authors adventures on his travels back in the late 1960’s up through to the present day.

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