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  • The Forgotten

    by M. Stringfield

    "We are a world divided, with skeletons filling the cracks."

    Evelyn Moore hasn't seen her children since the day they were born. No one in Felicity has. 
     
    From the moment a child is brought into the world they are placed into the arms of a patrol, and sent to live on the other side of the bridge. This is the way it has been for as long as anyone can remember. They say it began with a war so ravenous it split the land in two, creat... more

  • Kyle Evans and the Deadly Plague

    by Rob H Hunt
    After narrowly escaping from an alien zoo, Kyle is looking forward to a normal life once again. Unfortunately for him and his best friend Sofia, his troubles have only just begun. A blue dot that suddenly appears on his elbow signals the beginning of another crazy adventure featuring hungry Gomes, sneaky Pliskins, the mysterious Azda Fains and, of course, the cat who is not a cat – Bootles. Kyle Evans and the Deadly Plague is the second installment in the exciting Kyle Evans trilogy.
  • The Ceiling Man

    by Patricia Lillie
    A novel of slow burn horror. Carole knows there can be no tie between her autistic daughter and the strange events in Port Massasauga. It’s not logical. It’s not possible. The Ceiling Man has picked up other watchers in his travels, but they all dismissed him as a nightmare. The girl is different. She knows he’s real. Teenage Abby is an innocent. The stranger only she sees and hears introduces her to evil. When Carole falls under the stranger’s sway, Abby must solve the puzzle of The Ceiling ... more
  • The Watcher of the Night Sky: Part One (The Aronia Series Book 1)

    by Rachel Pudsey
    Fifteen-year-old Abigail Crumble never really enjoyed talking about love and marriage and other such nonsense – no matter how often her boy obsessed best friend pestered her to do so. Or so she so adamantly proclaimed. Yet, on the eve of her sixteenth birthday, after being tormented and belittled by some ill-mannered boys, Abigail makes the biggest, most contradictory mistake of her life. She wishes upon the stars for love, or even the smallest amount of attention, without knowing the full im... more
  • The Diary Of An Immortal (1945-1959)

    by David J Castello
    During the liberation of the Dachau concentration camp in April 1945, a US Army medic discovers a Nazi immortality formula designed for Adolf Hitler. He begins consuming the formula and traces its origin back to a mountain monastery in remote China where he learns some of mankind's oldest secrets and finds an ancient race of immortals who are planning world domination.
  • Nightscape Double Feature No. 1

    by David W. Edwards
    The debut of a bold new series of literary pulps! Genre veteran Derrick Ferguson, series creator David W. Edwards and newcomer Arlen M. Todd offer uniquely compelling takes on the Nightscape mythos. Superhuman soldiers, secret animal cults, marooned alien gods, masked detectives, crystalline ghosts and surreal apocalypse weapons—this one is chock-a-block with pulp-inspired weirdness! The first novel, The Thousand-Eyed Fear, follows a ragtag squad of teen soldiers on their WW1 mission to infi... more
  • Mighty Coconuts

    by Deepa Remesh
    The book "Mighty Coconuts" is the first book in the series "Miss Tree Tales" which introduces concepts of sustainable living and protection of natural resources. Using science fiction and fantasy, this book presents the different uses of coconut trees and attempts to plant numerous seeds of thought to grow the habits of resourcefulness and conservation in young minds. This animated book trailer gives a quick overview of the book: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8b-XD_8Gkg
  • Serengeti

    by J.B. Rockwell
    It was supposed to be an easy job: find the Dark Star Revolution Starships, destroy them, and go home. But a booby-trapped vessel decimates the Meridian Alliance fleet, leaving Serengeti—a Valkyrie class warship with a sentient AI brain—on her own; wrecked and abandoned in an empty expanse of space. On the edge of total failure, Serengeti thinks only of her crew. She herds the survivors into a lifeboat, intending to sling them into space. But the escape pod sticks in her belly, locking the c... more
  • The Land of Mar: Desdemona's Dreams, Volume 2

    by Z.W. Mohr
    Desdemona’s Dreams, Volume 2: The Land of Mar is a fully-illustrated book continuing the adventures of Desdemona as she heads to land of lost dreams. After defeating the mad Maestro in To Dream of Dancing, Desdemona heads to the land of Mar, where she must stop an evil pirate and his crew from destroying dreams. She meets up with a jovial faerie named Puck, and goes in search of the King of Mar to learn more about the pirates. Desdemona realizes that nothing in the world of dreams is quite as ea... more
  • The Culpepper Clan and the Un-Sacred Rhealm

    by P. Manning
    Two-hundred years before they were born, six siblings inherited powers of magic belonging to the evil diamond demon, Fea-Rhombus, who promises to take revenge on them before the oldest child Retta, turns twelve and their powers become fully absorbed within them. One horrific stormy night, the Culpepper clan find themselves scrambling to stay alive. An angry and deadly storm, sent by the demon to destroy the children wrecks their home and leaves them with little chance to survive. The Culpe... more
  • The Far Reaches

    by Larry Kennedy
    A lone spacecraft finds a derelict space vessel and finds a mystery aboard that, after the Earth?s destruction, will have far-reaching consequences.
  • The Star of Bethlehem

    by Edward Allen Matherly
    The story of the star leading men to Bethlehem is fascinating, and the many theories and concepts about the star have captured my attention for years. Many of them have been very logical and interesting except the miracle of moving and disappearing. Also, the star was visible for many days, which the host of stars and the planets would have changed. Thinking that God performs miracles and that all things are possible got me to thinking that he could create a star so small that it could defy the ... more
  • Hannah Grace and the Dragon Codex: Book 1: Hansu Chathri

    by Roger Ziegler
    When an ancient book of wisdom is stolen, 11-year-old Hannah Grace and her karate besties must discover their true powers to rescue the book before Big Evil uses it to take over the Universe. Wonder, real magic, adventure (and a sumo wrestling guinea pig), await readers in the first book of this coming of age fantasy series. It's perfect for all kids who love to get lost in worlds of wonder and imagination. Every day after school, Hannah Grace does her homework and practices karate with he... more
  • I AM SLEEPLESS: The Huntress

    by Johan Twiss
    The plan was simple—escape, join the rebellion, find the Reader. But nothing is simple when Director Tuskin sends his Huntress after you. In this thrilling sequel, Aidan and his coterie are put to the test after discovering the secrets of Sim 299. When Director Tuskin unwittingly destroys the sim system, they are forced to escape the Mount Fegorio training complex and enter the outside world for the first time since their birth. ​ But when things don't go as planned, the team must band toge... more
  • I AM SLEEPLESS: Sim 299

    by Johan Twiss
    The planet Ethos is at war with a mysterious enemy known as the Splicers. Their only defense is the Prime Initiative. All newborns with the compatible genetic code are taken from their families and injected with the Prime Stimulus. Those that survive the injection, develop extraordinary abilities and are conscripted into the military for training. After turning twelve, Aidan is moved to the upper-class at the Mount Fegorio Prime Training Facility. His special gifts allow him unprecedented suc... more

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