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  • SLAM: A Psionics Novella

    by Tash McAdam
    Telepaths, torture, mindwipes ... the Institute has it all, and they use each of their brainwashed children as weapons, the way they see fit. To control society, repress its people. To make certain that they stay in power, no matter the cost. Serena’s baby brother Damon is one of those children, and these days he’s so altered that he doesn’t even recognize her. When it comes to getting Damon away from those who kidnapped him, there's nothing Serena won't do. Even if she has to kill him to sav... more
  • Fatizen 24602

    by Philip C. Barragan, II

    Sixty years in the future, the diet industry becomes a branch of the federal government. The Office of Size Compliance monitors everyone's dietary intake and imprisons the obese in concentration camps. But when Delilah Palladino is jailed for being fat, all hell breaks loose.

  • A Chance Beginning (Shadow's Fire )

    by Christopher Patterson
    Three young men, two brothers and a cousin, all want to leave their lives as farmers for various reasons, whether it is to get rich, see adventure, or ultimately save their family's farm. Erik and Befel - brothers - and Bryon - their cousin - leave their families thinking that the world outside their daily farm lives is going to be much easier, only to be disappointed. They end up working in pigsties, lumber yards, and sleeping in alleys before they wind up as porters for a group of mercenaries ... more
  • Over The Rainbow - Der blinde Sucher

    by John McLane
    Wieder führt John McLane uns durch eine fantastische Geschichte voller Magie und Gefühl. Seine Figuren Nic und Nora, ihrer eigenen Welt entrissen, landen erneut und völlig unerwartet in der Traumwelt. In dieser fremden Welt existieren seit Urzeiten die Bewahrer, eine Gruppe von Wesen, jeder einzelne für die Bewahrung und Erhaltung eines Bereiches ihrer Welt zuständig. Denn ihre Welt existiert nur durch die Fantasie der Träume der Menschen. Die Elfen stellen fest, dass der verbannte, finstere Ma... more
  • All the Night-Tide

    by Hazel Butler
    A stunning collection of Steampunk-themed stories based on the poems of Edgar Allan Poe. In this fusion of Gothic and Steampunk, each story comes with the poem that inspired it. From tragic, fatalistic love stories, to wild adventures, misguided scientists, and mad experiments, this volume has a taste of everything. Gritty, grungy, dark and engaging, it comes beautifully packaged and fully illustrated, with seven stories and six poems, plus an introduction from the editor.
  • Chasing Azrael

    by Hazel Butler
    When Andee Tilbrook's husband died, her preoccupation with death turned to obsession. Thanks to her unique ability to commune with the dead, her husband remains all too close, yet never close enough. Mired in grief, she clings to James's spirit, slowly losing touch with the world, her friends, and any desire to continue living. But when her friend Josh becomes the target of Natalya, a jealous, capricious and violent Russian beauty, Andee somehow finds the strength to free herself from her misery... more
  • "Song of the Red Wolf" The Tala Chronicles

    by Toni House

    Billy and Wizzie Frank, a gorgeous young couple just starting their lives together, all they wanted was a beautiful house to call home, a place where Wizzie’s younger sisters would feel safe. They travel south in search for the perfect home. They find a house with a view, right on the Alabama River, but they get more than they bargain for.

    Layers and layers of violent hauntings and encounters, hidden secrets, and violent promises, the ghost of a Native American Indian Chief... more

  • Synthetic Illusions (Jane Colt)

    by Mary Fan
    Illusion is the only reality. Jane’s new career as a composer is a dream come true, but her blossoming relationship with Adam is marred by his terrifying nightmares. When Jane receives a warning that a shadowy agency is targeting Adam’s seminary school, she rescues him in the nick of time, but the only way she can protect him from such a powerful enemy is to run. In a shocking betrayal, her brother wasn’t the one who warned her about the attack on Adam. Instead, Devin was leading it. As J... more
  • The Masquerade, an Altar, & a Fairy

    by Kristin D. Van Risseghem
    Frustrated with her extravagant duties as a Summer fairy, Sidelle Amistad is desperate to prove she can be more than a petty princess. The accidental capture of Winter fairy, Finnegan, looks like the ideal opportunity—until Sidelle and Finnegan fall in love. With their romance forbidden, a heartbroken Sidelle searches for deeper meaning in her eternal existence leads her to help the humans in a desperate fight against Hell itself.
  • Up the Mountain: A Ganix Johns Adventure (Byways Book 4)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Ganix Johns is already at his fourth waypoint, but is he the tortoise or the hare? The upcoming peach blossom festival sounds like fun, so he decides to stick around. But one little accident leads to big trouble, and it’s up to Ganix to make things right. [Book #4, GA]
  • Over the Bridge: A Zane Johns Adventure (Byways Book 3)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Zane Johns and his best friend Jovan are searching for one more person for their team. At their first waypoint, they hear a rumor about a blacksmith who wants to move west. A visit to the forge brings one surprise after another. [Book #3, NJ]
  • Aboard the Train: A Ewan Johns Adventure (Byways Book 2)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    On the first leg of his journey, Ewan Johns takes the train north into the snowy woodlands. He’s sure he has a great head start, but when Ewan stumbles upon two stowaways, they force him to change his plans. [Book #2, PA]
  • On Your Marks: The Adventure Begins (Byways Book 1)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Ian Johns has three sons, and the brothers don’t get along very well. Somehow, Ian’s plan for a family trip turns into a three-way race. Ewan, Zane, and Ganix will take sibling rivalry to new lengths as they cross their homeland. [Book #1, DE]
  • Rakefang (Galleries of Stone Book 3)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Rakefang finds Tupper Meadowsweet a young man by Flox reckoning, but he no longer fits in with his own people. Wild hair, stealthy grace, and foreign fashions make it obvious that he’s lived with Pred since boyhood. For three years, he’s been on the lookout for someone brave enough to follow him onto the legendary Moonlit Mountain. The last place he expected to find her was at Pennyflax & Quince. Meanwhile, Master Freydolf faces the challenge of shaping his masterpiece while the Statuary’s close... more
  • Harrow (Galleries of Stone Book 2)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Harrow continues the story of Freydolf, magical master sculptor, and his young servant. For two years, Tupper Meadowsweet has kept his promise to be brave and do his best. But during the spring when he turns thirteen, Aurelius Harrow returns to the Statuary with something other than blocks of magical stone and gossipy tidbits. Master Freydolf will rely on Tupper more than ever as they spend a season dealing with runaways, star-crossed lovers, skittish villagers, and rumors of a thirteenth magica... more
  • Meadowsweet (Galleries of Stone Book 1)

    by C. J. Milbrandt
    Meadowsweet introduces a world where magical mountains are entrusted to master sculptors like Freydolf. Necessity drives this recluse from the Statuary to search for a new servant. The villagers thereabouts fear him—with good reason—but when people are poor and homes are crowded, all it takes is a handful of coins to loosen family ties. Tupper Meadowsweet isn’t the cleverest child, but he’s brave enough to follow Freydolf onto the gray mountain, whose galleries hold wonders that introduce Tupper... more

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