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  • The Boy Who Walked a Way

    by Nancy Janes
    In the year 2162, a young boy named Jal Valhyn is caught in a maelstrom of violence and conflict. His country is at war and the world government based on humanistic principles that had fulfilled its promise of a halcyon peace for a century and a half has fallen. Alone and helpless he has an encounter with an invisible being that leads to a seven days journey. With his two appointed companions he sets out for a safe haven far from the world of danger and turmoil. Each day's trek brings the gift o... more
  • 978-0-692-43733-9

    by Michael Pang
    A near tragic incident at the hands of his psychotic mother left Declan Peters alone and with so many questions. Years later, Declan is determined to find a way to be closer to his mother and takes a job at the institution where she's being held. That fateful decision will be the impetus for a chain of events so terrifying that Declan will question his own grasp on reality. What he finds will be more horrifying than anything he's ever experienced and more dangerous than anything he's yet k... more
  • The Feeding Season

    by Stoyan Stoyanov
    The Fortress – the only haven for humanity is falling apart. The destructive storms that have been roaring across the surface of the planet for centuries have caused irreparable damage to the ancient structure. Now the population of the Fortress is living in misery and deprivation. With the ever-present danger of overpopulation and with the occurrence of an epidemic a few centuries ago, a special law was introduced for all the 17 year-old boys. Since then, every year at the beginning of the... more
  • Meadowcity

    by Liz Delton
    Sylvia Thorne is one of the few people brave enough to travel through the empty lands of what remains of once great civilizations. She is a Rider: delivering messages betwen the Four Cities and setting up trade are her business, one that thrives only because she knows how to defend herself in the empty spaces called the wilds. Everything changes when Sylvia returns home to Meadowcity, carrying a message from the Governor of Skycity. She quickly finds out that what she’s been carrying isn... more
  • Corr Syl the Terrible

    by Garry Rogers
    In this action-adventure science fiction novella the young Tsaeb (silent T, long a) warrior Corr Syl has discovered he hates killing and is brooding about his future when he learns that someone has kidnapped his true love, Rhya Bright. The kidnapper, a powerful enemy of the Tsaeb, uses Rhya as bait, unaware of the superior abilities of Tsaeb warriors. But when Corr captures the would-be assassins and Rhya overcomes a room full of guards and almost escapes, the kidnapper realizes his mistake and ... more
  • Prelude To Nevaeh (Tales Of Nevaeh - an Epic Sci-Fi Fantasy series -)

    by David Wind
    PRELUDE TO NEVAEH is a short story and prequel to Born To Magic, Tales Of Nevaeh, Volume I. Prelude is a short story giving the background as to how and why Nevaeh came to be, of how Roth found Nevaeh, and of how the people and animals of Nevaeh evolved. This is the story of Solomon Roth, and how he came to Nevaeh.
  • The Witches of Altenburg

    by Cindi Walton
    Strange and mysterious things are happening in, around and under the Crunklewood trees of Altenburg and it is all because of those witches, the ones that might not be witches at all. Follow the adventures of Isaac T. Cole as he writes down exactly what happened the day the witches appeared, and life in Altenburg was changed forevermore. Along the way Isaac encounters an odd assortment of characters and strange creatures. Is it all a tall tale or are things not as they appear to be? Come along an... more
  • A Knight of the Blood

    by Kenneth W. Barber
    An attack in the woods by a monstrous creature leads Griffon to an underground organization fighting a centuries-long battle with creatures that have slipped under the radar. Their existence masked by humanity's tendency to forget that which is most horrible, and by the Guardian's fervent efforts to shield us from them.
  • The Harrowing: A Zoe Flynn Novel

    by Kenneth W. Barber
    Strange things have always happened to private investigator Zoe Flynn, but lately things have begun to get really weird...and deadly. A nightmarish vision hurls Zoe into a world filled with mysterious strangers, totems, cults, demons, Angels, zombies and more. The visions never stop, and neither does Zoe on her hunt for a murderer no one believes exists, with help from sources no one would believe if she told them. Dark forces swirl around Zoe as she tries to unravel the horrors from her p... more
  • Love Lies Bleeding: The Lady of the Forest (Wood & Stone Book 1)

    by Lori J. Fitzgerald
    The forest is waiting... Aislin's life wasn't always a wasteland of brittle grass and empty survival on her family's medieval farm. As a child, Aislin's wild heart was nourished with dreams of forest adventure, tales of a terrible creature within its depths, and a special game played with a willow tree. Now, years later, Aislin is sent to the forest's edge on her father’s errand and discovers an old message, carved into the willow… Aislin, find the door in the oak. These words set he... more
  • Daughters of Shadow and Blood - Book I: Yasamin

    by J. Matthew Saunders
    Buda, Ottoman Hungary, 1599: Yasamin, the naïve daughter of an Ottoman bureaucrat, finds herself trapped in an arranged marriage to the son of the powerful governor of Buda. She is unprepared for the gossip and scheming rampant in the palace but realizes she faces more than petty jealousies when someone tries to drown her in the baths on the day before her wedding. An unearthly menace lurks in the palace corridors, and the one person able to protect Yasamin is a soldier named Iskander, who seems... more
  • Architects of Destiny (Cadicle Vol. 1 - Prequel): An Epic Space Opera Series

    by A.K. DuBoff

    Out of sight beyond Earth, the Taran empire spans the galaxy from its seat of power on Tararia. 

    Cris Sietinen was born with rare telekinetic gifts—abilities he refuses to ignore, regardless of the governing Priesthood's decrees. But, as heir to the most influential Dynasty on Tararia, only a stifled life of business and politics awaits him within the confines of his family's estate. Determined to be true to himself and explore the poten... more

  • Seeking Unseen

    by Kat Heckenbach
    It may be Angel's wish...but it's Melinda's journey. It's been two years since Angel learned the magic chip of wood inside her locket would grant any wish. What is taking her so long to choose? An alarming discovery about her beloved foster brother Zack makes the decision easy...but everything else gets complicated after she runs into her old friend Melinda, who demands to go along for the return to Toch Island. Melinda doesn't fit in with the magical freaks any more than she did with the... more
  • Finding Angel

    by Kat Heckenbach
    Angel doesn't remember her magical heritage...but it remembers her. Start with a struggle revolving around the source of magic. Is it genetic--or is it part of your soul? What if someone was using his powers to run experiments based on a complete misconception of the source of magic? Throw in a twisted family tree that's rooted in a centuries' old feud, a painting that (literally) holds the key to the truth, a mysterious and talkative beetle, and an Elven rocker who can play the songs... more
  • Networked

    by LK Chapman
    A different way of life. A totally new form of existence. All it takes is one step. Nick and Dan are two people who need their lives to change. Exhausted, broke, and cracking under the pressure of trying to hold everything together, it begins to seem like there is no end in sight. Until the video game they've spent two years developing mysteriously disappears to be replaced with something new, something better, something finished. But soon their decision to release the strange new game lan... more
  • The Blood Of Wolfbane by Joann harris

    by Joann Harris

    Once they bayou was thick with it. The buttery yellow petals. The delicately veined green leaves. The seductive scent of wolfbane.

    The DAWN OF DOOM...

    Philip was happy now that he had his pint of old character and decided to take a shortcut through the graveyard toward home. He paused every now and then to speak to the headstones or crypt of some poor departed soul he had known it better days. Then he heard a moaning. He looked around, spotting a huge mound of earth that he did no... more

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