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  • Laela and the Moonline

    by Lisa Perskie Rodriguez
    “Surprises unfold in the predictable. . . . You can never fully foresee the foreseen.” Long ago, the four tribes of Aerizon lived as one people, but the time of unity has passed. Now, three of the tribes collectively called the Treedles inhabit the forest canopy. The fourth tribe, the Mergons, live on the ground and pose a constant threat to the Treedles. Laela is a young Treedle girl coming of age in the treetop realm of Aerizon. Her destiny, as yet unrevealed, will cast her in the role of cat... more
  • The Syren's Mutiny

    by Jessica S. Taylor

    “It’s frightful bad luck to have a woman aboard.” ​

    Brigid knew the superstition, but when her father tried to marry her off, she had no choice but to stowaway on a ship bound for Bhodheas. When she’s discovered and discarded, her fate seems sealed…until she’s saved by the ocean and its queen. ​

    Transformed into a syren and given new life, Brigid now has the power to seek revenge on those who wronged her. ​

    Caelum has spent his e... more

  • The Safekeeper's Rulebook

    by Esther Archer Lakhani
    The Safekeeper's adventure continues... "Welcome to the Greenmont Grith Business Center. Watch out for crossing aliens." Safekeeper Macy Steward is hosting a perimeter guard competition. An intergalactic perimeter guard competition, in preparation for the grand re-opening of Greenmont Grith as a Business Center. She also happens to be babysitting the Exchange Guides’ newborn, as well as dealing with the suspicious visitors who’ve arrived unexpectedly in the middle of the night. Most alarmi... more
  • Percivious Insomnia

    by JJ & AJ Cook
    An insomnia pandemic is sweeping the globe, leaving people unable to function and society on the brink of collapse . . . Dr. Cooper Delaney believes he has the answer: Noctural, a new sleep aid—one with absolutely no side effects—which in early testing shows 100 percent effectiveness. The only problem is that it doesn’t work. With no warning. No explanation. Unable to accept the drug’s inexplicable failure and unwilling to concede to the competition, lines are crossed, ethical boundari... more
  • Fall Of Time

    by S. D. Unwin
    In this sequel to One Second Per Second, the saga continues of a broken universe where time travel is easier to achieve than to avoid. Now, the battle lines are drawn. To some, the continual rewriting of history is nihilistic insanity. To others, travel in all four dimensions—including time—is an inalienable right bestowed on humankind by the new natural order. Forces are amassing on either side of the conflict as the collapse of time itself is imminent. Surprisingly, not everyone is allowing... more
  • One Second Per Second

    by S. D. Unwin
    The greatest scientific challenge of our age wasn’t to enable time travel, it was to prevent it. The laws of physics had turned out to be idiotic, erecting no barriers to hopping time. In fact, they make it hard to avoid. I’m in the business of preserving the timeline—making sure the world sticks to the sacred rule of One Second Per Second, and that history unfolds according to plan. The problem is, there is no plan until I make it.
  • Beneath Gehenna

    by Benjamin X. Wretlind

    When an alert goes out to the paying members of the disaster bunker known as New Eden, recently wealthy yet highly dysfunctional Geoffrey and Portia Thompson grab their survival bag, let the staff of their palatial Plymouth Commonwealth estate go, and make the short journey to the rest of their lives. Joining them are one thousand additional souls, destined to repopulate the Earth and rebuild their once great world.

    Shortly after arriving and securing the hatch for good, communications ... more

  • The Ember Reach

    by J. Gibson
    Karis Valjyre, an investigator by trade, awakes to her city on fire, the living dead just beyond her door. Thrust into a web of monsters and terror, she must fight her way to safety and the truth. Hundreds of miles north, in the majestic heart of the kingdom, Sister Amun Halleck faces a grand conspiracy of betrayal and murder that threatens to destroy everything she knows.
  • The Blackened Yonder

    by J. Gibson
    As the government strangles magic across the Empire, the dead rise, ravenous and wild. At the center of this simmering conflict are two: one a priest, one a terrorist.
  • Stoned In The Afterlife: A Possible Journey, Part One

    by Rupert Russel Douglas

    There's an accident, and Joe is met by two dope smoking beings who tell him he's dead. Joe doesn't believe he's dead and thinks he's in a coma. How could he be dead with all the crazy things he's experiencing? How can he prove if he is dead or not?

  • Reaper

    by J.R. Lightfoot
    Before there were Superpowers- There were Godpowers. With the birth and death of Jesus Christ, the War of Hosts is complete and the Casting of the Fallen is finished. The war for mankind’s soul has shifted from Heavenly battles, to battles of men. With the coming of a new Era, Lucifer has infected the population of man with demons of all sorts. To combat these evil forces, God has charged his human warriors, Reapers, to root out and destroy the demons in order to pave the way for the first... more
  • Aisling: Breath of The New Creature

    by A.E. Jürgens
    Bound by both her duty to her clann and all the Isles of Rinn Dúin, Aisling is handfast to one of the twelve fae sovereigns: she, a fragile symbol of peace between mortals and fair folk. Aisling is spun into the Fae King’s world of bygone beasts and primal magic where mankind’s perspective on centuries old racial feuds is challenged each day Aisling tastes the alluring, savage world views of her betrothed -- the nightmare muse of grisly fireside tales and blood-soaked legends. Wicked philosop... more
  • Dylan Dover: Into the Vortex

    by Lynne Howard
    In a stunning debut, Lynne Howard's Dylan Dover: Into the Vortex casts a potent reader's charm over all youngsters clamoring for a new supernatural hero. Dylan believes he is a typical twelve-year-old until he stumbles into a vortex that miraculously transports him to the immortal dimension, a parallel universe. Dylan not only learns that he is a warlock, but he also discovers a twin brother, extraordinary powers, and a secret prophecy that seems to have Dylan and his family at its crux. Dylan, ... more
  • Red Vipereen and the Spellbound Stables

    by Mo Kerr
    Red Vipereen is plotting to take over Prince Rupert's palace and world-famous stables. The palace psychic predicts eleven-year-old, Edwin Goodchild, is the only one who can help. Big sister, Holly, doesn't believe her wimpy brother can save anyone. What Holly doesn't know is that Edwin possesses undiscovered superpowers. But when the prince's most prized horse, Black of Saingland, is abducted, can Edwin rise to the challenge and combat the might of Red Vipereen and his terrifying witches?
  • Kermes Vermilio

    by Yellow Streamers
    17-year-old Cassie Finch moves to Needmore, Florida to live with her father, expecting that her new life will be everything she imagined. Although she is fiercely independent and self-sufficient, Hayden finds himself drawn to the new fair-haired classmate. Hayden's parents, who are members of the Prior family, prefer their own company and haven't kept in touch with their brothers and sisters since their teenage years in Niceville. In spite of Cassie's conviction that the world hates her... more
  • Imperfect Creatures

    by Thomas J. Maine

    With her eighteenth birthday on the horizon, Allison Khione has only three goals on her mind:
    1. Graduate from high school
    2. Protect her friend from a serial killer
    3. Convince her sister she's left the assassin life behind

    Raised in Koros, an orphanage for mage assassins, Allison and her twin finally escaped into the world after fourteen years of brutal training and torment. Reunited with their long-lost sister, they are showered with love in an attempt to provide t... more

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