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  • Dying Breath (Dying for a Living Book 6)

    by Kory M. Shrum
    "I always knew I was going to die. I just didn’t know it was going to be today." Maisie won’t live to see her seventeenth birthday. Her mother and sister are locked in a war over the world, and Maisie is stuck between them. She must decide if she will join her sister’s cause, or defend her mother. In the face of her mother’s demands, Maisie doubts herself and what she truly wants. But her only alternative is to be murdered by the person she loves most. Jesse wants to find her father’s body... more
  • Bone Sliver

    by D.E. Chandler

    Max Edison has had his share of weird. The weird isn't done with him yet. 

    Sent to Tulsa, Oklahoma to investigate an uptick in phenomena, Max finds himself neck deep in trouble, and no way out. When his partner and several other agents wind up dead, he uncovers the roots a mysterious shadow organization working a world-ending spell. In the face of unstoppable magic, can Max hold on to his humanity?

  • By the Icy Wild (Mortality Book 3)

    by Everly Frost

    The threat is far from over. I will live by the icy wild.

    Ava Holland is dead. At least, that’s what everyone’s supposed to believe. But Ava is on her way to the northern wilds and hidden within the icy mountains are dangers that nobody dares speak aloud. Meanwhile, Michael is forced to accept Ava’s death while defending his new home against the growing darkness beyond.

    When a mortality war begins, will anyone surviv... more

  • Into the Black Sky

    by L.L. Crane
    What if you had to choose between who you are or the person you love? Teak is heartbroken and stuck in prison where she has just found out that her "dead" mother is still alive, trapped by none other than Siv Gareth, the leader of the Alliance and the mastermind behind the terrible Race War. Koree is surely dead, and Teak is shocked, injured, and madder than ever. She has becomes one of Siv Gareth’s pawns yet again, and she is left powerless in his cold-blooded, maniacal clutches. Whe... more
  • Montenegro Book One: Cemetery Candles

    by Estela Vazquez Perez
    Victor Montenegro is a respected diplomat, a revered illusionist, and a treasure hunter who is applauded and envied for his uncanny ability to find historical treasures. In the town of Montenegro, California, Victor hires Valentina Santa Cruz, an aspiring anthropologist, to educate his nephew Teo. Victor and Valentina’s mutual love of the dead opens up an intimate ethereal realm. They share many passions: sunken treasures, cemeteries, and ancient burials, but can Valentina’s passion for Victor w... more
  • Faerie Fruit

    by Charlotte E. English
    When the centuries-barren orchards of Berrie-on-the-Wyn suddenly bear fruit, it is clear that something strange is afoot — and something fey, for this is no ordinary harvest. To partake of the fruits of Faerie is to be changed for good, but not necessarily for the better. From whence come the golden apples, the moonlit silver pears? Who is the motley piper who walks the streets of Berrie, drawing forth magic and mayhem with his music? And how can half of the town vanish into thin air? Ther... more
  • To the Moon

    by L.L. Crane
    Join Thann and Teak on their harrowing journey to Harcourt, where Teak finally discovers who she really is. Yet, her heart breaks when she discovers the lies that run so deeply in her family she wonders how she can free herself from them, or if she even wants to. Teak couples this with shock at being accepted for herself, in spite of Siv Gareth's Race War, which bears down on her every second of the day. When she is asked to join the Rebellion, she doesn't need to think of the answer. Siv... more
  • From the Mountain

    by L.L. Crane
    Sixteen-year old Teak is one of the last of her kind left on earth. So far, her Mark of Power has kept her alive, but after barely surviving the first ethnic cleansing, Teak's father forces her into training to become one of Siv Gareth's elite soldiers. She hates it with every core of her being, and after finally standing up to her Weapons Instructor, Teak has a decision to make. Does she follow her father’s wishes and become a soldier, or chase after her own dream of training dragons? The... more
  • Righteous Reign II - Righteous Rule

    by Thomas J. MacDonald
    Admiral Kurt Brubacher spins the logs, reports and history of the Orion Federation into a spellbinding action saga that starts nearly three years, after the end of Righteous Reign. The opening volleys in a new war had just been fired. Back then, thousands of warships had suddenly occupied positions along more than one hundred light-years of the Federation's border. George Bryant had dubbed this enigmatic enemy "The Inscrutables." Both forces continually move and countermove, in an attempt to g... more
  • The Worst Man on Mars

    by Corben Duke
    Flint Dugdale, blunt Yorkshireman and reality TV star, has used his large frame and ‘persuasive personality’ to take charge of Britain’s first manned mission to Mars. Little does he know that the base – built by an advance party of incompetent robots – is not quite ready yet, with no food, no water and no doors. Worse, the ship’s scanners are picking up strange signals from the surface. There is life down there. But will it be pleased to see him? A laugh-out-loud science fiction comedy that'... more
  • Righteous Reign

    by Thomas J. MacDonald
    Kurt Brubacher is the Inspector General and has access to all manner of information at the highest security levels. He recounts the story of Admiral George Bryant's efforts to protect the Orion Empire. Taking us back in time, he recalls the Federation's founding and growth, and George's loves, political intrigue and battles. But, a major threat appears on the border and the Admiral is forced to take great risks to save his beloved Empire.
  • Rogue Planet

    by Steven M. Moore
    Hidden away from the rest of the galaxy are rogue planets where groups have followed an independent development. On planet Eden a brutal and despotic theocracy is enslaving its people. The son of the overthrown king leads a rebellion that overthrows the despots, thus earning a place for his planet among the civilized worlds.
  • The Fox (The Iron Head Trilogy, Part One)

    by Gaja J. Kos
    Maer Lakrius feels content and secure in his role of a second-born child in the royal household until the battlefield of Vanas rips his reality apart. Helpless to prevent his older brother's death, Maer returns to the kingdom defeated, and must face not only the weight of his loss, but the burden of becoming Emberya's Crown Prince. A burden, made even worse by the changes in the world Maer believes only he can see. Unknowingly, the young prince's fate becomes entwined with that of a woman... more
  • Plexi: Adversity

    by Kwame Opeyo

    Plexi: Adversity is fantasy novella featuring the trials of teenagers, Plexi Jata Solaris, and two friends Mona Deluvius and Yingjie Iffing. Plexi’s world is populated by the gifted, who yield magic, and the Mundanes, who do not. The powerful wizard T’navreskrad from another dimension manipulates the twins Zarin and Yarin Darsus from Plexi’s world into opening a dimension rift which he passes through to launch an initial invasion along with three servant magicians. Plexi and... more

  • Soul Search: A Zackie Story

    by Reyna Favis

    What if everything you knew about the afterlife was wrong?
    Welcome to Fia's world.

    Fia hates the dead. With bleeding wounds and broken bodies, the spirits infect her with the anguish of their last living moments. Thrust into adult life after a childhood spent in an institution, the assaults escalate and the world thinks she owns the deluxe edition of crazy. Fia needs a dead-free zone if she's going to learn how to cope with life among the living. Convinced t... more

  • The World of Lights (The Beginning Book 1)

    by E.N. Nasimi
    The main focus of the book is social issues like religious intolerance, immigration, political and religious extremism, discrimination of all sorts. “It was noon but the entire world was covered in darkness …” So begins a compelling tale of the near future, where two young people find themselves embroiled in an epic struggle for survival. Adam is a gifted scientist who progresses from humble beginnings to a prestigious institute where he studies the Sun. Though he doesn't know it yet, t... more