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  • Spiritual Prophecy 1: Rajuna

    by ian mark
    Tortured by destitute feelings, and a longing to glorify his human father, the superhuman warrior, Rajuna, embarks on a trip to meet the gods. Battling off many demons, he eventually learns of a curse that caused both his father and his father's brother to fall from Heaven. His father was banished to Earth, while the brother was banished to the lower regions and became a powerful demoniac warrior who would lead an army to oppose the heavenly beings. With the explosive Titan warriors growing year... more
  • willy wonka review

    by lamisah behram khan
  • ANOMALY

    by M.J. Moore

    ANOMALY ISBN-10: 1491022019 ISBN-13: 978-1491022016 Real monsters have no time for fairy tales, and happy endings are not guaranteed. If you're looking for depressive vampires, horny werewolves, or feckless zombies, keep searching; this is a monster anthology with a difference. My monsters are all too human and they come from the scariest place imaginable...my mind.

  • Conductoid

    by M. B. Lehane
    What if your daydreams were true? Fatherless Jack and Phoebe are completely non-identical twins. Jack's so vague he has daydreams within daydreams. He dreams he's a Conductoid. Beings from other dimensions can only use their powers on earth through him. But the days for dreaming are over. Just ask Jack's teachers. Don't they know lives will be lost? For the difference between the "impossible" and the "possible" is but two small letters. And as for Phoebe, well, the twins are completely ... more
  • City of the Yeti

    by Robert A. Love
    It’s October 1922, and Danny Hawthorne is searching for the truth about the Yeti. During a family horseback trip in the Himalaya foothills, an accident isolates Danny and his younger sister Rachel in a remote valley, where they encounter tall strangers who are neither ape-like nor quite human. The children are escorted to an ancient, uncharted city, and invited to stay awhile. Communication is possible thanks to the creatures’ telepathic abilities. Every century, this community entrusts a few, s... more
  • The Vinyl Enigma

    by robert love
    MIT engineering professor Evan Blake has discovered a strange object in London. It looks like a vinyl LP record, yet plays a seemingly unlimited amount of jazz, which appeals to Evan as a jazz musician. The previous owner, cellist and composer Nigel Thompson, had heard classical music coming from the same disc. Evan examines the device and finds highly advanced nanotechnology at work. He concludes it must be of extraterrestrial origin, designed to resemble an object familiar to humans, and meant... more
  • Legend of the Orange Scepter

    by M. Haynes
    What would you do if you had the power to control the elements? Teenagers De, M, Rod, and Mo already have an answer to that question: save the world. When the evil android A.G. begins her takeover of the planet Colorius they, along with the engineering prodigy Don, take it upon themselves to bring down A.G. and her army of androids before it's too late. Their journey takes them all over their home of Redd Continent and pits them against several different foes as well as each other, but only by b... more
  • The Book of Shade

    by K.C. Finn

    A university fresher finds herself drawn to the mysterious carnival performers of the Theatre Imaginique, only to find that their powers of magic and mysticism are all too real.

    Lily Coltrane’s to-do list for starting university life is pretty simple:

    1.    Make friends
    2.    Meet a cute guy
    3.    Survive her first year in Modern History

    In the little English town of Piketon this seems more than achievable, so much... more

  • Wild-born

    by Adrian Howell
    A twelve-year-old boy is torn from his up-to-then peaceful life when he develops telekinetic abilities. His parents murdered, his sister kidnapped, the youth must mature quickly to survive in a sinister world of warring paranormal factions and terrifying government organizations. Following several weeks on the run, he finds refuge in the company of a psychic family, where he befriends a young telepathic child with a dark and painful past. All too soon, however, this new family is attacked, leavi... more
  • Pigeon (The Ornis Experiment Book 1)

    by Olga Werby
    Pigeon is eleven, homeless, and now an orphan. Alone and scared, he seeks to find a new family. But the past he barely remembers comes back to haunt him, endangering his newly-found friends, the Kikkert Family. Fortunately, the Kikkerts want to adopt Pigeon even if he is wanted by strange para-military DNA warriors. As they race through San Francisco to save each other, the true nature of Pigeon's birth is revealed as well as the secret identity of Madam Toad—the matriarch of the Kikkert Family.... more
  • The FATOFF Conspiracy

    by Olga Werby
    Transdimensional Industries gave the world a technical solution to the obesity epidemic—eat more than you want, and store all that you want in their fat storage tanks conveniently located outside of our set of dimensions. Complete gluttony without sacrificing beauty or health...for a price. You can be rich and buy a thin body. You can be poor and lucky enough to get government assistance with your personal fat storage—Federal Assistance with Transdimensional Offloading of Fat and Flab. Or yo... more
  • Suddenly, Paris

    by Olga Werby
    Julie Vorov thought her job was to do well in high school and stay out of trouble. She also thought her biggest problem was betraying her best friend by hooking-up with a traitorous boyfriend. But in a world where being human is just a matter of programming, everything changes. Suddenly, Julie finds herself allied with a scrappy group of alien scientists whose own world has already been destroyed. Together, they mount a clandestine effort to stop the Earth from also being eradicated. And Julie... more
  • 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

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