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  • Coerced: A Pleiades Adventure (Pleiades Adventures Book 1)

    by Arwen Chandler
    Sometimes you die to get what you want... Gwyn's smuggling activity has never been secret, but she has always flown under the radar of the Militarian -- until now. Forced to smuggle or die by order of the Militarian authority, she is on the run with a steep price on her head. Smuggling may be lucrative, but it becomes clear that her dangerous activity has compromised both herself, a new life form, and her family back home. Faced with a lifetime sentence on a prison planet, she and Adrik, ... more
  • Quest: The Clans of Arcadia

    by Arwen Chandler
    Darkness has fallen on Arcadia. Yet, Karn Elohite stands strong. He leads his beloved Lilia, clansman Ian, and dragon Aslaug on a quest through Langerhorn to unleash the power of the dragon riders. Langerhorn, the ancestral home of the gods, is home of ancient dragons, faeries, and elves. Will the trio survive their quest, and save Arcadia? Or will Magnus and Fridtjof destroy everything while they are away? Quest is a story set in a world as dangerous as George R.R. Martin's Wester... more
  • Remnant: The Clans of Arcadia

    by Arwen Chandler
    With one dark spell, life in Arcadia changes in the blink of an eye. Yesterday, Karn had it all. Today he has nothing. No longer able to watch from the sidelines, the goddess Lorna reclaims her champion, Karn Elohite, as her chosen warrior. The second son of a battle-hardened chieftain, Karn Elohite, was content to lead a life away from his clan until he met her. She changed his entire world, and now his world is crashing at his feet. The Viper of the Maekel clan has unleashed his mage Mag... more
  • Raiders of the Dawn

    by M. Benjamin Woodall
    Tonight, while investigating the disappearance of their physics teacher, two teenage boys step through a portal to a world of monsters, swords and sorcery, which means they are now caught up in an epic saga of magic and conquest because the dragon Morgana has returned. In the Dark Ages, King Arthur set sail with many brave men on a raid of the magical world of Angoll. Now the Raiders are back.
  • Painting Sunsets: A Story for Young Artists

    by Stephen Evans
    At sunset in Key West, twelve-year-old Lissa falls into the gulf and is swept out to sea. Navigating the beautiful entanglements and curious inhabitants of the reef, she finally she arrives in the realm of Kwest, where the inhabitants are devoted to creating each sunrise and sunset.
  • Julia's Memories and the Interflow of Things

    by Dave Dröge

    June 2050. Julia, a celebrated artist, celebrates her 55th birthday. Encouraged by the mayor of Rotterdam she decides to write her memoirs. She wants to try to unravel her passionate past, to understand it better, and hopes that the youth will be able to learn something from this candid quest in her life. Meanwhile, however, during her writing, she receives fragments of another reality, fragments that increase in quantity and intensity, fragments from the here-and-now that distract and influe... more

  • The Bermuda Connection: A Nick Randall Novel (The Nick Randall Series Book 2)

    by Robert Rapoza

    NICK RANDALL is an Archeologist haunted by a recurring nightmare. Having just returned from an expedition in the jungles of Peru, he believes the dream may be tied to his discovery of a previously unknown native tribe, unlike any known to man. When he is nearly killed by assassins, he’s forced into hiding.

    JOHN RANDALL, Nick’s son, is a talented Bioengineer who has developed a drug that erases traumatic memories but has an unintended side effect as well. Mind Control. When h... more

  • Icarus

    by Adam Wing
    It is the story of Icarus. A son oppressed by his father, as the father is oppressed by a brutal ruler. Their escape to a better life and the tragedy that results.
  • Jerrung and the Kwaad Cavern

    by Lissa Dobbs
    At almost eight years old, Jerrung is sure he’s old enough to be a warrior, to have a real sword. His parents, on the other hand, disagree. They think he’s just a child. But when Jerrung’s sister is kidnapped by the Kwaad, Jerrung knows his time has come. Jerrung isn’t going to wait for the rest of the village to make plans. He and his friends head into the mountains to rescue the prisoners. Through dark tunnels and twisting mazes, the young dwarves seek out those they’ve lost and do their b... more
  • The Chronicles of Ethan Grimley: Path to Victory

    by Lissa Dobbs
    Twelve-year-old Ethan Grimley is just like everyone else in Land's End. He attends school at the Arcana Maximus, he helps out in his mother's bakery, and he hangs out with his friends. But when Ethan meets a stranger, one who seems to know him, his life spirals into a tangled maze that he doesn't know how to traverse. Hunted by those who want to know his secret and plagued by a family tragedy he doesn't remember, Ethan must now choose between the life he's always known and the life he's alway... more
  • Florida Gothic (The Gothic Series Book 1)

    by Mitzi Szereto
    Stuck in a twilight world between life and death… A hit-and-run driver leaves Ernesto Martinez to die by a Miami canal. Then an alligator comes along to finish the job. Being dead gives Ernesto plenty of time to think. He thinks about his wife, taken from him too soon by illness. He thinks about his daughter, the victim of a drunk driver. He thinks about his death as he watches his body slowly decompose. Most of all, he thinks about injustice. The meth head ex-con living in the Everglades. Th... more
  • Tribute

    by Chris Knoblaugh
    Miguel, a streetwise teenager in a rough part of San Jose, California, cannot accept his older brother's death and pulls his brother's soul to him. The resulting paranormal possession attracts demons, doppelgangers, and an ancient soul slayer from the depths of Hell — all of whom must be vanquished if Miguel is to live. Set in 2005 San Jose, Miguel deals with sofa-surfing, discarded needles, and homeless people, some who are angels in disguise.
  • Skerryvore

    by lee williams
    Teenage twins Rose and Daniel aren’t allowed phones, computers, even a TV, thanks to their conspiracy-obsessed father. But when the people he always thought were after him actually turn up, the twins realise he wasn’t as paranoid as they’d always thought. With their dad missing and their house burned to the ground, Rose and Daniel find themselves at the centre of a worldwide conspiracy that stretches back through the ages, involving some of the most powerful and mysterious organisations on the ... more
  • Invader

    by Marjory Kaptanoglu
    When a woman washes up on a Pacific island with no memory of who she is, she teams up with a mysterious man, the island's only other inhabitant, to defend against a hostile alien that crash-landed there.
  • Piercing Maybe

    by Dan Cray
    YOU’VE NEVER SEEN A TRUE HUMAN BEING. No one has, because for several millennia a hidden society has conducted a clandestine effort to “diminish” the entire population, biochemically changing humans into lesser beings while they’re still in the womb. But now the Diminishing Act is up for renewal and Andra Barger, a last-minute addition to the voting council, has an opportunity to overturn the law. It seems like an easy call… until she learns her cancer-stricken brother, the fate of an elus... more
  • Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy

    by Richard Due

    "Richard Due delights with the first installment in the young adult series of Idiot Genius novels . . . thrilling, and highly satisfying.” —IndieReader

    "It's unusual to see such sci-fi depth and detail in a title directed to young adults, but this is precisely what makes Idiot Genius: Willa Snap and the Clockwerk Boy such an appealing production: the characterization is solid while its fantastic set... more

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