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    by Tom Stein
    Genetically Engineered to be the perfect weapon, Alex must choose between power and family in the face of world peril in this YA sci fi dystopian thriller. It is the near future in a world that, seventeen years earlier, had been ravaged by war. A semblance of fragile peace has been reached with the formation of a new worldwide government: the World Unity and Peace Federation. Alex, a teenager searching for his missing brother, becomes a pawn in an outlaw rebellion against the Federation and a... more
  • The Silk Road

    by Kirsten Marion
    Lucy wants an adventure. Dee needs money to help him find his missing parents. When a flaming bird leads them to a hidden road, and the lord of stone offers them a quest, the opportunity for both arises. In a land full of magic, dragons, and demons, all they have to do is befriend a young emperor—which would be a lot easier if he wasn’t a royal pain and an angry queen didn’t want to destroy him. With the entitled ruler in tow, Lucy and Dee must find a way home with a mysterious feather and a dr... more
  • The Legend of Black Jack

    by A. R. Witham

    Exciting fantasy adventure debut from Emmy-winner A. R. Witham.

    Jack Swift can tell you every element on the periodic table, recite Treasure Island verbatim, and would remember in perfect detail every word you’d ever say to him. He has been alone for a long time, so he has buried himself in books, using them to plan his escape.    

    But no textbook could ever prepare him for the land of Keymark.

    At 3:33 a.m. on his fourteen... more

  • Disturbance in the Darkness: A Fated Encounter

    by Ardnas Marie

    Jonny’s nightmares have returned for the first time since therapy. He hoped never to relive his past, especially after the luck which delivered him from that hellhole. It had been roughly two decades since he landed on his grandparents’ stoop, barely alive. Now he has a son, Jacob, no wife, and a close-knit family to provide for with his floundering repair shop, but it is his, and he is content. He never talked about his past and hoped never to be forced, but all that’s chan... more

  • GoulCrest

    by Alicia Jeanne
    A dragon’s scale, a tile from the abandoned temple, an arrow from the Rakaron Kingdom, a writ of a noble, and a flower from the Field of Death. These are the items the king demands of competitors in the GoulCrest Games, and its victors will be awarded a prize most Vestovians can only dream of: lordship. For Pria, exiled from her traditionalist family of nomadic warriors, the GoulCrest Games are a chance to prove she is the best fighter Rancor Clan has ever produced. For Tayla, a starving peasan... more
  • A Veil of Gods and Kings

    by Nicole Bailey
    A god fighting his fate. A prince burdened with secrets. And a romance that could end in flames. Apollo is a deity… almost. Half mortal and refusing to take his position as god of the sun, he spends his nights drowning out haunting memories and his days avoiding responsibilities. Until his father forces him into an ultimatum: Ascend immediately. Or spend the year mentoring under the obnoxious Prince Hyacinth. Forced together, Apollo and Hyacinth grapple with their mutual disdain f... more
  • The Unreality: A Novel

    by Daniel Mendel-Black
    Has autonomous Artificial Intelligence already arrived? In the simulated mirror world of Los Angeles it has. Meet our metadata doubles. They look exactly like us and they are getting smarter. The story follows several characters as they navigate our new augmented reality ... the unreality. IN THE SECOND LOS ANGELES YOU CAN TAKE DIGITAL DRUGS AND HIJACK THE AESTHETIC. BUT THAT'S NOT ALL YOU CAN DO IN THE UNREALITY. TAKE THE TOUR...
  • Stormsilver

    by Raven McGory
    Young is an unruly dragon god, found guilty of creating a human catastrophe and sentenced to a monitored punishment among humans. Thirty years later, he’s an amnesiac ghoul-hunter in the heart of DC—living with a god of fate, a husband and wife from the 1300s who share a body, demon sisters, a grim reaper, and more in a large penthouse he calls Calamity Cave. Forced to fraternize with the charming, ghost-seeing human Arella after she steals his sword, constantly being spied on by those overse... more
  • The Empathy Academy

    by Dustin Grinnell
    In 2032, biotech entrepreneur Sonja Woodward has created a genetic test that can identify a predisposition in teenagers for unethical behavior before they reach adulthood. Those who test positive are sent to Woodward Academy on Nantucket Island. Montgomery Hughes, a high school senior, is among the first students sent to the school. But Monty is there under false pretenses. He switched his test result with another student’s and is using an alias to hide his identity. Haunted by his disgraced... more
  • Thunderhead

    by David R. White

    The Incredibles meets Baby Driver in this eye-popping, shape-shifting, gravity-defying debut about a world of wondrous powers, terrifying villains, and a young man who must confront his family’s shameful past if he’s to save his only friend from a fate worse than death. 

    Music tragic and the proud owner of one very questionable mustache, Tom Hadley’s quest to follow in the footsteps of his idol and become the worl... more

  • Uprooted

    by Kandi Wyatt
    Sold as a slave, and uprooted from home, 18-year-old Hest must decide where his loyalties lie or risk losing his new friends. At peace in the stable, Hest cares for the visitors to Stad while spinning tales of adventure for the innkeeper’s son. But when a foreign warrior purchases him as a slave, he must decide if he’s willing to live the adventures he’s told. With his new country under attack from an old enemy, Hest must learn to fight or lose his life in battle. While recuperating from i... more

    by Maureen A. Miller

    From USA TODAY bestselling author Maureen A. Miller comes this young adult adventure that will plunge you deep into the Atlantic Ocean.   

    It was Stella Gullaksen’s final break before starting her freshman year at college. Joining her best friend, Jill, and Jill's family aboard the STARKISSED, Stella wakes to a violent storm that capsizes the boat over a hundred miles off the New Jersey shore.

    As the waves haul her under Stella knows t... more

  • The Very Small Adventures of Anne Katrine

    by N.J. Newman

    The Very Small Adventures of Anne Katrine is book 1 of 4 in a series of juvenile fiction manuscripts. The main character, Anne Katrine (pronounced Anne-eh Kah-treen-eh), is a 10-year-old American girl of Danish descent. Staying with her spiteful relatives during her parent’s trip to Denmark was hard enough, but when her parent’s plane mysteriously disappears over the Arctic Circle, it is a curious visit by a group of very strange strangers that leads Anne to discover some astoundi... more

  • Trapped in Class (Video Game Elementary #1)

    by Scott Charles

    Age Level: 7-11
    For kids who love video games! Easy to read. Impossible to put down!

    10-year-old Connor Lamb has it made. Thanks to the geniuses at Atensoft, Inc., Connor’s fourth-grade class is now completely online — inside a cutting-edge, virtual-reality video game!

    Connor has his own avatar. He can store items, hunt mobs, even join the after-school Swords Team.

    The only problem? His actual classes!

    So w... more

  • Bright Lights Bound By Darkness

    by I.M. Savage
    In a cold universe close to death, humanity’s descendants orbit a black star. Eons ago, they retreated to the collective conscious, an artificial world that provided immortality. Millennia passed without change while people slept a dreamless state, until a distant explosion forced the ship to wake its inhabitants. Only one responded, Jerel. With the ship’s fate resting on her actions, she must choose. Leave the safety of their star, their sole companion in an empty universe, or strike out into t... more
  • B08DJBWJ31

    by Robert P. Ottone
    From waking fears to heart-breaking nightmares, this collection of short fiction is a glimpse into the terrors we face every day from the mind of Robert P. Ottone. In “The Arborist,” a woman hears the mysterious call of the forest. Five friends exploring an archipelago find themselves set upon by the island’s hungry inhabitants in “The Monitors.” A young woman confronts the mystery of her infertility in “Kelly Watch the Stars.” These works are joined by the title novella, Her Inferna... more