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  • Deviation

    by Christine Manzari
    Being a Sophisticate of the Program seems like it’d be a pretty sweet deal: a little genetic alteration and anyone can be smarter, faster, and stronger. It’s a dream come true. All you have to give up is your freedom. Cleo is a Sophisticate and she has a bright future in the Program. But she has a secret. When she gets upset, bad things happen. Explosive things. Things she can’t control. When her secret is discovered, she’s sent to the Academy to train in the military branch of the Progr... more
  • Secret Visions

    by Pat O'Connor
    Secret Visions is the first book in the Annie McDoogan series. This new paranormal adventure story features three diverse (Catholic, Buddhist, Muslim) South Florida teens who band together to inspire teenagers to spread peace through telepathy. The action never stops as the trio faces threats, attacks and firebombs from opponents who fear they are practicing mind control. Will the kids fail in their quest or receive support from a most unexpected source?
  • Mortlake

    by Colin Garrow
    Felch is back, and this time he's determined to get what he wants - whatever happens. But Tom and his friends have other things on their minds - Elizabeth has disappeared...
  • Hatred Day

    by T.S. Pettibone

    In the year 2052, it's not love but hate that unites the world.

    Humanity is unified against the Inborns, an extraterrestrial species with godlike intelligence and abilities whose arrival on earth caused an environmental and biological crisis.

    Enslaved and despised even by her own Inbornkind, 18-year-old Snofrid reawakens to the world after having her memories stolen and is certain of only one thing: she will do anything to ensure her freedom. But her resolution is soon tested ... more

  • The Architect's Apprentice

    by Colin Garrow
    London, 1630. Forced to work for the dubious Savidge, eleven-year-old Tom Fennel is desperate to find his father. Distrustful of what he's heard, he's sure Savidge is involved. Meanwhile, books are vanishing from architect Martin Deacon's library - books from the future. Enticed into the world of updrafts and secrets, Tom learns that finding his father is the least of his worries...
  • Fourth Son

    by Monica Poole
    When a mining accident claims his father’s life, sixteen year-old Jahnes Tehrel must find a way to keep his family from being forced into slavery in a world of harsh laws and even harsher penalties. Standing in his path is a divinely-appointed puppet government and a church intent on exploiting the people of Jahnes's world for their own mysterious needs. While Jahnes works on a plan that will protect his family he uncovers a secret about his parents' past and their role in a deeply guarded pro... more
  • The Lost Soul (Enchena Book 1)

    by K.S. Marsden
    Enchena's history is written by the victorious. Through war and betrayal, King Hrafn's reign has spread across the land. The rebellion is stirring again... In a world where the evil nature of humans has infected the very forests and animals surrounding them, they are crying out for a new hope; a new hero. Natural enemies must come together, to overcome the curse. Two innocent people must be brought from another world. One will bring the rebellion the way to succeed; the other will be t... more
  • The Rescue (The Chronicles of PJ Book 3)

    by Mikael Barstow
    Back in the Director’s clutches! The Director will do anything to ensure his Pervasive Justice program succeeds. He captured Oy, Dilea, Rainbow Sherbit, and PJ in THE REVENGE. Now he holds them hostage to force teenage PJ to serve the program. He has given her an ultimatum: join the program or they … Will teenage PJ surrender, or will she rescue everyone and stop the Director’s quest for his Pervasive Justice program? This tale, filled with action/adventure and humor, is the third bo... more
  • The Revenge (The Chronicles of PJ Book 2)

    by Mikael Barstow
    Against all odds, Oy, Dilea, and Rainbow Sherbit freed PJ from the Director’s evil training school in The Escape. Their victory, however, is short-lived when they discover the Director is tracking PJ’s movement. They can’t run and they can’t hide. They need help from someone willing to fight the Director. Someone not afraid to take things as far as they need to go. Someone without a conscience. Enter the mysterious hooded figure, who has the skills necessary to stop the Director’s pursui... more
  • The Escape (The Chronicles of PJ Book 1)

    by MIkael Barstow
    Every superhero has an origin story … this is PJ’s. She’s not fast. She isn’t strong. She definitely can’t fly. She has no powers whatsoever. So why does the Director think five-year-old PJ is the perfect weapon for his Pervasive Justice program? Oy, Dilea, and Rainbow Sherbit want to rescue PJ from the Director and his training school. Their biggest problem (besides the high-tech security, doors that won’t open, and unbreakable windows): they’re stuffed animals. Not your typical trio of... more
  • The Alexandrite Necklace

    by Daco Auffenorde & Robert Rotstein
    Struggling actress Violet Edmondson has always believed that she’d become a famous movie star. She’s exceptionally beautiful and immensely talented. But the success she’s always expected, always craved, hasn’t happened. Her husband, Richard, has failed her—he works for a powerful talent agency, but he’s only an assistant and can’t help further her career. Although Richard does everything he can to please his wife, Violet is unsatisfied in her marriage, frustrated with life. Then, Richard wheedl... more
  • The Gorge

    by Jason L McPherson
    With men and bloodhounds in pursuit, distraught woodsman Nathan Mires, flees into the rugged wilderness of southern Appalachia seeking the sanctuary of an isolated gorge, deep within the Blue Ridge Mountains. But soon after arriving in the gorge, he discovers his problems have only just begun. Haunted by an unspeakable evil, Mires accepts his fate. He’ll never leave this mountain alive…
  • Sing The Blues

    by Tina Collins

    From the offbeat mind of Tina Collins, Sing The Blues is an assortment of horrific accounts of fictional beasts and demons. These stories are not told with a sense of goodwill or pleasure. This is true horror; the kind of lives you wouldn’t even wish on your mother-in-law.

    The Breeders: A breeding program run by an alien species.

    Target Practice: ‘A kind of Black Widow’, who doesn’t steal and kill (directly). She just invit... more

  • Unsung Heroes: The First Paragon (Chronicle I)

    by Ian W.V. Rupe
    Deep within the farm lands of Central New York is a beacon of pure unaligned power called a Nexus. A benevolent collective of gods have corrupted it to the point of bleeding out into the rest of the world by somehow abusing its power within an Academy for adverse youth. Careful not to reveal his true identity, a mysterious man, Tribe, must discover their grand design within the Academy and forge more like himself, an immortal with unreal powers, to battle all forms of evil gods, and their kind,... more
  • Elemental Kingdoms: Darkness Descends

    by Peter Arvo and Lauren Arvo
    Once there were many kingdoms of myth and legend, but six stood apart from the rest. They may have lost their origins, but they still possessed their elemental abilities of creation as well as destruction. Their rule was about to be threatened by an unseen group, who have waited patiently to make their move. A group of powerful royal blooded teenagers are about to experience the time of their lives, but also have their lives turned upside-down. They will have to go beyond what they thought po... more
  • The Pit: Watchmaker's Hell: Book One

    by L. A. Barnes
    In life, we are plagued by the uncertainty of an afterlife, and it is often expected that when we die, everything will suddenly make sense. But when a group of strangers, similar only in their time of death, find themselves in the afterlife, they are faced with more questions than ever before. Are they in Heaven or Hell? If they’re in Heaven, why is there a Nazi wandering around? Why are there no children? If they are in Hell, what universal law did they break? Is there a way to repent and move ... more

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