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  • Emmanuel

    by Lilian White
    This powerful story during World War II begins in the Dutch East Indies, where Ruth and Kareen Van-derwal are sex slaves of the Japanese. The twins must escape! So starts this far-reaching drama of love, murder, greed, power, hate, sex, and scientists experimenting with genetics in this apocalyptic science fiction novel that ends in the present day.
  • The Diamond of Freedom

    by Lorena Angell

    The Diamond of Freedom, book three in The Unaltered, melds together history, geology, metaphysics, science, and fantasy in this non-stop nail biter. Calli and Chris race against the clock to identify the power-neutralizing stone that prevents Calli from healing her life-threatening injuries. She must also learn how to counter its effects before she can fight against the rogue Diamond Bearer named Freedom to save the boy she loves and the world of her friends.

    In the epic battle between ... more

  • The Eldritch Heart

    by Matthew S. Cox
    Princess Oona Talomir enjoys the little things that come with her station: a handmaiden, her lavish bedchamber, and scores of fancy dresses―the duty to win a decades’ long war, not so much. Oh, did I mention assassins? Seers foretold the conflict would end by her hand. From the moment she drew her first breath, the neighboring kingdom has been trying to kill her so she could not grow powerful enough to destroy them. The king, fearing for his daughter’s life, has kept her confined to the ca... more
  • Starswept

    by Mary Fan
    In 2157, the Adryil an advanced race of telepathic humanoids contacted Earth. A century later, 15-year-old violist Iris Lei considers herself lucky to attend Papilio, a prestigious performing arts school powered by their technology. Born penniless, Iris s one shot at a better life is to attract an Adryil patron. But only the best get hired, and competition is fierce. A sudden encounter with an Adryil boy upends her world. Iris longs to learn about him and his faraway realm, but after the aut... more
  • L.O.S.T. and F.O.U.N.D.

    by Morgan M. Steele
    Amelia Elizabeth Crane, a teenage agent of the Facility Of Undercover National Defense, also known as F.O.U.N.D., has followed the agency's rules all her life. She's never defied orders, never taken an unnecessary risk, but one sweet nerdy civilian boy has caused her to throw everything she's ever known out the window. Now, with a corrupt organization called L.O.S.T. on the rise to power, keeping Mia's secret is more important than ever. Protecting Dave has always been a risk, but Mia never knew... more
  • The Phantastic Zoo

    by Christopher Kaufman
    Join Mary and Tim as their adventure begins with a field trip to the Zoo! They see Elephants, Exotic Birds and Lions.  Follow as the children meet the Wizard Zitthoona who performs exotic music on his magic flute and ushers them into The Phantastic Zoo.  In The Phantastic Zoo, Mary and Tim hear the stories of fabulous beasts The Phoenix, The Mermaid and The Dragon. From them they learn secrets to living life and ways of dealing with the grief they experienced not long ago at the loss of their p... more
  • Martinka: "Thru Eyes of Rem..." First Narrative

    by Martina Potucek-Palladino
    It all started with a dream… she dreamt of him, and he, of her. Martinka has known him, in her mind, always, and yet has no idea if this man she calls ‘Tommy’ even exists. Tommy, an old and powerful vampire, and heir to the throne of the Vampire Kingdom, has longed and searched for her for nearly a thousand years. He has foreseen her in his dreams, his visions, and believed his ‘Queen’ would one day exist. The wait is over… their story begins in a clearing where they see each other for the first... more
  • Time Jump Coins

    by Susan Olson
    Imagine if you could time travel to the past just by rubbing the date on a penny! Ten year olds Joey (Johanna) and Eli can time travel to any year between 1859 and 1909, simply by rubbing a coin from a set of Indian Head pennies! Old Philadelphia can be a lot of fun. They see the first phone and climb up the arm of the Statue of Liberty at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition. They get to go on a sleigh ride through a Wissahickon winter wonderland. In between trips, Hal, proprietor of Hal’s Coins an... more
  • Dreams of Heaven

    by Elizabeth M. Herrera

    Savannah Watkins is haunted by a dream of losing her family in a tragic car accident, which causes her to vacillate between two lives—before and after the car accident. As she struggles between realities, Jesus Christ suddenly appears to offer her unorthodox guidance. He accompanies her to the grocery store and for walks on the beach while answering some of life’s toughest questions. “Dreams of Heaven” takes you on a fantastical journey with Jesus, who leads the way th... more

  • Dragon's Trail

    by Joseph Malik

    "I didn't come here to sell my soul. I came here to buy it back."

    Once dubbed "The Deadliest Man Alive," Jarrod Torrealday is a former Olympic saber hopeful and medieval weapons expert banned from competition for killing another fencer in a duel. Despondent, volatile, alcoholic, yet still one of the greatest swordsmen alive, he now works for third-rate fantasy films as a technical consultant and stuntman.

    When Jarrod accepts the gig of a lifetime from a sorc... more

  • The Woodcutter King

    by Ærick Graham
    The whilom Wardens of Wudelic woods are watchers and sentinels of the wild. Their roots run deep like the oaks and elders. Proud as towering pines. Their history is as an old language etched into ruins, they are now known as the Woodcutters. Eerie for their Ghost-lights, glowing orbs that sit on their brow, folks are not sure what to make of them. The patriarch, Alaric, is a descendant of the first Warden, having the ear of the woodland goddess, Lhodyn. She is the embodiment of all that is wi... more
  • Fair Haven

    by Red Lagoe
    A rabies-like super virus bleeds into Melody’s neighborhood, turning all those infected into ravenous aggressors. While watching society crumble beyond her threshold, Melody hides in the safety of her attic, waiting for her husband to return. Four days have passed, and it’s becoming apparent that he’s not coming home. She pushes her fear aside and propels herself out the front door, with a baseball bat in hand, ready to venture across town on a mission to save her husband—and their failing marri... more
  • The World Without Crows

    by Ben Lyle Bedard
    The world ended in a year of fire. From the ashes, in a world filled with brutal gangs and the shuffling remains of the diseased, Eric, a 16 year old, obese and uncertain, must hike over a thousand miles to safety. For Eric and for those he will come to love, the end of the world was only the beginning.
  • Parallax

    by LJ Cohen
    After a reckless young computer programmer resurrects the damaged AI on a long dormant freighter, she and her accidental crew blunder into a galactic conspiracy forty years in the making. Welcome to Halcyone Space. In the aftermath of the Ferryman's death and Lieutenant Commander Gutierrez's injuries, Ithaka has lost its most loyal protectors. The Commonwealth is coming dangerously close to discovering the lost planet's location and crushing its lingering rebellion. As Ro and her crew fall... more
  • Demon Leap: An Urban Fantasy

    by Tricia Owens
    Fifteen years ago the war demolished Arrow's family. Lied to and betrayed, she's driven to expose the conspiracy concealing how her parents and thousands of others died. But to go up against the powerful government she'll need to align herself with the strangest and most dangerous magic criminals in Victory City: the Specials. Working alongside the Specials in the so-called Sinister Hotel, a supernatural building, Arrow learns that she's not alone in her desire to expose the corrupt oligarchy. ... more

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