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  • The Girl and the Clockwork Cat: Clockwork Enterprises Book One

    by Nikki McCormack
    Feisty teenage thief Maeko and her maybe-more-than-friend Chaff have scraped out an existence in Victorian London’s gritty streets, but after a near-disastrous heist leads her to a mysterious clockwork cat and two dead bodies, she’s thrust into a murder mystery that may cost her everything she holds dear.
  • The Girl and the Clockwork Conspiracy: Clockwork Enterprises Book Two

    by Nikki McCormack
    Maeko hasn't been long away from the gritty London streets and she's already learning that her new “civilized” life comes with its own challenges. She has to dress proper, eat proper and be a proper lady. If not for her feline companion Macak, she might go mad. Her one hope for some freedom and excitement comes when the moody detective, Em, asks her to be an apprentice. But everything changes when Lucian's brother dies in an explosion while visiting Lucian’s home in the heart of London. The Lite... more
  • Water Works (Emma & the Elementals Book 2)

    by Tanya Karen Gough

    Three years have passed, and Emma has settled comfortably into her new life. The basement brownies, the troll-green siren Leucosia, and the prehistoric bird George have faded into memory, mere stories she told her best friend Reggie when they were little. Her battle with the evil witch was nothing more than the product of her overactive childhood imagination. But then it starts to rain.

    Before she knows it, Emma is back in Under, this time with sick Reggie in tow. With the help of her f... more

  • Evan & the Land of Letin: A Heart Afire (Volume 1)

    by Jared T.L.C.
    Teens that still secretly yearn for alternate lives in the lands of Oz or Narnia must read Evan & the Land of Letin: A Heart Afire. This first installment in a fresh new series is contemporary take on classic otherworld tales. But instead of the expected adolescent leading our way through a new world, we have Evan Transce, a complex protagonist less like Dorothy Gale and more like Holden Caulfield and Charlie the Wallflower.
  • When I Find Her

    by Kate Bridges

    A powerful, heroic story of young adult romance for readers of all ages.

    Luke Eric is left devastated when the irresistible new girl from high school who secretly shares his locker, Jennifer Marks, leaves town without a trace. The past year has been brutal. After fighting an unexpected illness, Luke is now strong and fearless. He’s ready to battle for the moments that could change his future forever.

    Using magical red dice, nicknamed “Vegas apples,” Luke... more

  • B00VZO2242

    by Axel Blackwell
    Anna Dufresne lives in a factory that eats children. If the brutal machines don't kill Anna, her guardians' neglect and abuse surely will. The only thing this abandoned teen wants is out. But the factory is inside a stone fortress, on an island, where people are sent to be forgotten. It serves as a dumping ground – both for orphans who are not welcome at finer institutions, and for nuns who have disgraced the Church. The walls of Saint Frances du Chantal's Orphan Asylum hum with secrets and buri... more
  • The origin of KAD: The adventures of KAD

    by Victor Vergeer
    John and Lena are hoping for some downtime after their exciting adventure to save the alien disk, named KAD. As they plan their well-deserved holiday, a group of hostile aliens bursts in on the two, imprisoning them and transporting them to a totally different planet. KAD is nowhere to be seen, and they are left to deal with these threatening and seemingly unpredictable captors on their own. Stuck in this barren and strange place, separated from home and from KAD, who is their only hope for ... more
  • The Dragon Whistler

    by Kimberly J. Smith
    Willow McLain thinks dragons exist only in fairy tales...until she accidentally wakes one from a thousand-year hibernation. Who knew sneaking away from summer camp with her cousin Ben to explore an old abandoned hotel could land them, and their entire town, in danger of becoming dragon flambé? Who could have guessed that the slender whistle carved from bone Willow found in the hotel attic was stolen from a secret order of Dragon Guardians who'd spent the last thousand years watching over seven h... more
  • Sidekick: The Red Raptor Files - Part 1

    by Christopher J. Valin
    When the city’s greatest hero disappears, it’s up to his teenage sidekick to find him. But Red Raptor isn’t prepared for the challenges that face him when he has to go up against their greatest foe.
  • The Return of Tachlanad

    by Kathy Fischer-Brown

    When the queen receives an omen, it can mean only one thing: the fate of all she loves hangs in the balance. The land and its people will topple into chaos if a tenuous alliance cannot be preserved. Her husband misled by sinister forces, her son gone missing, she sends her daughter and father on a journey far to the west to reach the impregnable stronghold of “the True King in Hiding.” There they will seal the truce with her marriage to the old king’s unwilling son and unite... more

  • The Warrior

    by Inderjit Singh
    A fantastic and unrivalled tale bursting with excitement, joy, and sorrow, 'The Warrior' details the adventures of an unusual young man. He embarks on a legendary journey throughout the world, in a desperate search for his destiny, which he learns is intertwined with the fate of Mankind. One thousand years after the dreadful Calamity, Humanity enjoys a tentative peace. A horrific war has separated Civilization into two hostile nations. It is into this tense, divided world that Aurien is ... more
  • The Firebrand Legacy

    by T.K. Kiser
    Ever since the ash dragon Kavariel killed her sister, fourteen-year-old Carine has hated dragons and the magic they bring. Every year she endures the Festival when the dragon delivers his flame to the capital city of Esten. The dragon's flame is powerful. It kills, but also provides magic that keeps the Heartless Ones at bay. Until this year, when the dragon doesn't come. Instead, a Heartless One enters Esten and threatens the safety of Carine's family and beloved city. Forced to lea... more
  • Changed in the Night

    by MaryAnn Easley
    In 1952 as UFOS appear over the White House and across the nation, sixteen-year-old Allana Odette Blair is visited by aliens and marked. Still suffering from grief after killing her twin brother a decade earlier, she's disbelieved and diagnosed with the Alice-in-Wonderland Syndrome. Left to her own devices, she is lured into a relentless game with her dead brother where she creates a portal to frightening new dimensions where nothing is as it seems. "Very thought-provoking." "...the story will t... more
  • Danny and the Revenge of the Dinosaurs: Written and illustrated by David T. Lee at age 10. It is the sequel of "Danny and the In

    by David T. Lee
    One year after the terrifying invasion of the dinosaurs, Danny settles down. He believes the dinosaurs are long gone. HE IS WRONG. As a result of his trip to the past, the dinosaurs have evolved into a frightening new species. MARTIANS. A prophecy from Thomas Edison deepens the mystery of the oppressors’ threat to destroy humankind. The President of the United States (POTUS) unveils a new invention to battle the aliens. Unknowingly, Danny and Jack (his son) rescue Albert Einstein’s long-lost chi... more
  • Danny and the Invasion of the Dinosaurs: This book was written and illustrated by David T. Lee at age 9. It is the sequel of "Da

    by David T. Lee
    This book is the 3rd book of The Adventures of Danny Hoopenbiller series. Published on November 2013, this first edition was written and illustrated by David T. Lee at age 9. It is the sequel of “Danny and the Trip to Outer Space” and “Danny and the Portal of the World”. This book contains 19 chapters, 17,000 words and 7 full page illustrations. Full color illustrations are available for view on his author blog as listed below. It is suitable for kids 7-12. Summary of the story: The imposs... more
  • Danny and the Trip to Outer Space: This book is written and illustrated by 8 year old author, David T. Lee. It contains 16 chap

    by David T. Lee
    Danny and the Trip to Outer Space is written and illustrated by 8 year old author, David T. Lee. This book contains 16 chapters, 6,500 words and 6 full color illustrations. It is the sequel of Danny and the Portal of the World (published by David in 2011 when he was 7 years old). The story starts when Danny accidentally spills soda on one of his birthday gifts, a RC plane, and it enlarges enough so it could fit Danny's whole family inside it. Unfortunately, Danny's house is destroyed when the ma... more

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