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  • The Maximilian Emancipation

    by Charles A. Conyers, Jr.
    In the not-so-distant future, three African slave ships slip through space and time to arrive on the shores of New York and New Jersey, severely shaking an already politically and socially unstable United States. Popular opinion is split on the cause of their arrival-- is it a scientific miracle, an act of God, a hoax perpetrated by foreign governments...or something else? Maximilian Oroko, a Nigerian-born American, is an anthropological and linguistics expert recruited along with a team of ... more
  • Fear Justice (The Fear Chronicles Book 1)

    by C.C. Bolick

    Seventeen-year-old Rena Mason counts the days until she can leave for college. Every night her father drinks himself to sleep, leaving her to care for her younger brother. When her father is kidnapped by terrorists, her dreams of freedom become a nightmare.

    Stunned that her father has a history with these terrorists, Rena knows she must run or be their next victim. She learns the tough guy at school has a reason to look after her - he's working for a government agency with the same ... more

  • A Violet Fire

    by Kelsey Quick
    In the Vampire Stratocracy of Cain, human blood is scarce. For centuries, councils have sought to assuage the blood shortage by enslaving and breeding humans, turning them into profitable supply units for the rich and the abled. Today, eighteen-year-old Wavorly Sterling is officially a supply unit, bound to serve her blood willingly to her master for the rest of her life. One of only few humans that was not bred in Cain, Wavorly knows freedom better than anyone, and she is determined to esca... more
  • Song of Mornius (Book One of The Talenkai Chronicles)

    by Diane E. Steinbach
    Gaelin Lavahl knows three things about himself. He’s a murderer. He hasn’t been down the mountain before. And he can never be a hero. Yet the sleeping god in his magical staff knows better. The cult destroying humanity must be stopped, and only Gaelin can wield the staff. But first he needs to accept his true self— the warrior he was meant to be.
  • The Daughter of the Wind: Fighting the Demon

    by A. M. Townsend
    On the planet of Ur, children are hatched from eggs and given a birth prophecy. At the age of 13, Elise discovers that her prophecy is to become the Daughter of the Wind. She must travel to a distant land, join her sister, the goddess of Water and her brothers, the gods of Earth and Fire. Elise's travels bring her a few friends. She meets the Leaf Girl, a princess, and a young chameleon who is half human. Through a series of battles, Elise and her siblings save the planet. This is a s... more
  • Where Acorns Landed

    by Anne M. Curtis
    'Where Acorns Landed' is a contemporary fantasy set in France, Ireland, the Isle of Man, and one or two other places beyond the reach of any atlas. Lowell has shut himself away from the world, seeing himself as something of a feral, wolf-man hermit abandoned to the deserted wilds of his lounge. His one companion is an old 1940’s radio. But this is no ordinary radio. The radio has its own free will, tuning when and where it wants. Lowell has fallen under the spell of the only voice the radio tune... more
  • The Descendant

    by Dakota Cook
    Orphaned high school senior, Lucy Montgomery, has just accepted a position as intern to the Albuquereque Chief of Police. Before she knows it, she finds herself caught in the middle of a serial killer’s cross hairs as he threatens to make her his next victim. Along with Detective Julian Olivieri, Lucy must race to discover the truth before it’s too late. Follow their epic tale of murder and intrigue, of love and betrayal, of madness and monsters, as they uncover a secret that goes deeper tha... more
  • Mind Games: An ABC Sci-Fi Mystery for Young Adults

    by A.B. Carolan
    You know A. B. Carolan as the writer of The Secret Lab and The Secret of the Urns. Those novels are sci-fi mysteries for young adults (and adults who are young at heart). In Mind Games, A. B. tells a new story that’s set a bit farther into the future than his first two books. Della Dos Toros is a young girl with psi powers living in the Dark Domes of the planet Sanctuary. Her adopted father doesn’t let her use those powers, but she must do so to find his killer. This story about ESP and androids... more
  • The Manticore's Vow: and Other Stories

    by Cassandra Rose Clarke
    A vain assassin takes an assignment with dire consequences. An aristocratic lady fleeing her past is besieged by pirates. And a manticore princess sets out on a life-changing adventure. The Manticore’s Vow collects three stories set in the world of Magic of Blood and Sea, all exploring the origins of some of its most memorable characters: Naji, the scarred assassin, Marjani, the pirate queen, and Ongraygeeomryn, the man-eating manticore. Explore a world of dangerous magic and thrilling advent... more
  • Fear the Wolf

    by S. J. Sparrows
    In Senla Nora’s village, the children are raised to remember one thing above all else: "Fear the Wolf." To fear the Wolf is to know your place. To fear the Wolf is to never presume too much. If any villager were to step out of line, the Wolf would descend upon them all. For a simple garment weaver like Senla Nora, knowing her place should be easy. But Senla’s never been good at following orders. Can Senla learn her place? Or will her disobedience endanger herself and everyone she loves?... more
  • The Treasure of Capric (The King of the Caves Book 1)

    by Brandon M Wilborn
    A fabled treasure disappears. Three young warrior-monks must race against a tyrant to find it before their world collapses. Kurian Abramson entered training with the warrior monks of Capric Hill at seven. Every day of his youth swings between brutal combat training and quiet study of the Order’s religious teaching. Now, almost a man, he vows to protect the Capric Treasure with his life. But when a tyrannical noble razes the monastery, Kurian and two friends are set on a quest to re... more
  • The Cursed Coin

    by Culliver Crantz
    See how the FrightVision series begins in the "Cursed Coin." Are you afraid of everything? Well RJ is. Good thing his little sister, Shelly, isn't scared of anything because the creepy mansion at the end of the cul-de-sac has a few frightening surprises waiting for them, including a cursed coin that puts both of their lives in danger. When the two try to get rid of the coin, RJ realizes its power. The more he holds it, the more he wants to be evil. Will RJ be able to get rid of the coin or will ... more
  • Mischief and Mayhem: Part I of the Faerlands Chronicles

    by S. D. Nicholson
    After lying dormant for centuries, a dark presence awakes and invades the realm of the Faers. While malicious forces quietly stir in the southern nation of the Meadows, Ophelia Maplewood, along with her companions from the Woodland Scouts, finds an unexpected human, new strength, and allies in the north. Will their journey bring balance to the homeland and prevent chaos from spreading to the other realms? Only time will tell. Part One of the Faerlands Chronicles.
  • The Crimson Deathbringer

    by Sean Robins
    The Akakies, a peaceful, technologically advanced alien species known as "the galaxy's pranksters," are under attack by the Xortaags, a vicious military race bent on conquering the universe. The Xortaags are deadly, but Tarq, the Akakies' chief strategist and legendary shadow master, has a plan. Meanwhile on Earth, Jim, a wise-cracking, movie-quoting, OCD-suffering fighter pilot, is about to propose to his girlfriend Liz when his childhood friend Kurt shows up at his house, injured and covere... more
  • Regenerate

    by Emily Goldthwaite
    We are the generation that almost didn’t happen. A GAP in the history of humanity. Born to parents so consumed by their online lives they stopped living real ones—stopped having kids, stopped taking time to sleep, or to walk, or eat—the continuation of mankind hinges on our generation, but most of us died in infancy. My name is Averielle Gouch and my friends and I are among the handful of Generation GAPs who survived. Our lives have been pre-charted by the Organizers, calibrated with alg... more
  • Under Her Cursed Scythe

    by J.M. Wong
    A harmless small town girl by day and a merciless killer at night. Alivia stops at nothing to reap souls. But, unlike other murderers, her soul remains intact. When she unexpectedly encounters the Blessers- a group of "agents" who are neither Witches nor Witch hunters but bear features of both, she begins to doubt her decisions of killing, and eventually leads her to discovering the dark secrets behind her witchy family and that cursed ring she holds… Alivia must find a way to redeem her sins an... more

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