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  • The Seventh Circle - Complete 2nd Edition

    by Todd Cheney
    This is the complete 2nd edition including books I-IV. I-The Seventh Circle II-The Rhythm of Nature III-Emperors of Darkness IV-The Soulstone The Seventh Circle is a tale of high adventure, fantasy and destiny. In a time before our time, seven circles of magic were the basis of existence. They were: time, the sky and stars, the earth, nature, knowledge, man and the races, and finally, the last... Called through strange marks that appear on their hands and wrists, six denizens of t... more
  • Odyssey Rising

    by Michael T. Best
    Two teenage brothers. Two friends. One alien microbe. One uninhabited planet. Ten days to live before the microbe consumes their bodies. To seek a cure to this deadly infection, this young crew journey to the source of the microbe, an uninhabited planet called New Acadia. It is a wasteland full of lethal danger, beautiful mysteries and the spark of life. Quickly, though, the young crew learns that the greatest threat to our survival is the fear we cannot see.
  • Marshmallows Galore isbn:978-0-615-46753-5

    by Donna Mae Pasiczniak

    This whimsicle story tells what a young boy does with his fluffy white treasure. He will amaze you with his compassion and delight you with his need to share with those around him

  • Heteras Book 1: The Lake

    by Rowena R. Conrad
  • Alive Souls: Inception

    by Elena Yulkina
    Hello. My name is Elena. When I was a teenager, I used to ask my mom to buy me books. Ever since I have been dreaming of writing a book that would be interesting to both children and grownups. A book that would unite people with different interests. A book that would be simple and kind, but also funny and interesting. In this book I am writing about things that I believe are the most important in life. These are parental love, understanding, and first romance. I invite you to live through th... more
  • The Smiley-Face Witches

    by George Traikovich
    Years have passed since the Enzyme Seven mutagen was introduced into the school’s water supply, and while fifteen-year old Drew Wheeler survived Project Chimera, the memories haunt him still. When he goes missing without explanation, the remaining Zero Avenue Brats follow, plunging once more into the murky depths bubbling beneath the city’s streets to face an ancient enemy rising from across the reaches of time and space.
  • The Boy Who Walked a Way

    by Nancy Janes
    In the year 2162, a young boy named Jal Valhyn is caught in a maelstrom of violence and conflict. His country is at war and the world government based on humanistic principles that had fulfilled its promise of a halcyon peace for a century and a half has fallen. Alone and helpless he has an encounter with an invisible being that leads to a seven days journey. With his two appointed companions he sets out for a safe haven far from the world of danger and turmoil. Each day's trek brings the gift o... more
  • 978-0-692-43733-9

    by Michael Pang
    A near tragic incident at the hands of his psychotic mother left Declan Peters alone and with so many questions. Years later, Declan is determined to find a way to be closer to his mother and takes a job at the institution where she's being held. That fateful decision will be the impetus for a chain of events so terrifying that Declan will question his own grasp on reality. What he finds will be more horrifying than anything he's ever experienced and more dangerous than anything he's yet k... more
  • The Feeding Season

    by Stoyan Stoyanov
    The Fortress – the only haven for humanity is falling apart. The destructive storms that have been roaring across the surface of the planet for centuries have caused irreparable damage to the ancient structure. Now the population of the Fortress is living in misery and deprivation. With the ever-present danger of overpopulation and with the occurrence of an epidemic a few centuries ago, a special law was introduced for all the 17 year-old boys. Since then, every year at the beginning of the... more
  • Meadowcity

    by Liz Delton
    Sylvia Thorne is one of the few people brave enough to travel through the empty lands of what remains of once great civilizations. She is a Rider: delivering messages betwen the Four Cities and setting up trade are her business, one that thrives only because she knows how to defend herself in the empty spaces called the wilds. Everything changes when Sylvia returns home to Meadowcity, carrying a message from the Governor of Skycity. She quickly finds out that what she’s been carrying isn... more
  • Corr Syl the Terrible

    by Garry Rogers
    In this action-adventure science fiction novella the young Tsaeb (silent T, long a) warrior Corr Syl has discovered he hates killing and is brooding about his future when he learns that someone has kidnapped his true love, Rhya Bright. The kidnapper, a powerful enemy of the Tsaeb, uses Rhya as bait, unaware of the superior abilities of Tsaeb warriors. But when Corr captures the would-be assassins and Rhya overcomes a room full of guards and almost escapes, the kidnapper realizes his mistake and ... more
  • The Witches of Altenburg

    by Cindi Walton
    Strange and mysterious things are happening in, around and under the Crunklewood trees of Altenburg and it is all because of those witches, the ones that might not be witches at all. Follow the adventures of Isaac T. Cole as he writes down exactly what happened the day the witches appeared, and life in Altenburg was changed forevermore. Along the way Isaac encounters an odd assortment of characters and strange creatures. Is it all a tall tale or are things not as they appear to be? Come along an... more
  • Seeking Unseen

    by Kat Heckenbach
    It may be Angel's wish...but it's Melinda's journey. It's been two years since Angel learned the magic chip of wood inside her locket would grant any wish. What is taking her so long to choose? An alarming discovery about her beloved foster brother Zack makes the decision easy...but everything else gets complicated after she runs into her old friend Melinda, who demands to go along for the return to Toch Island. Melinda doesn't fit in with the magical freaks any more than she did with the... more
  • Finding Angel

    by Kat Heckenbach
    Angel doesn't remember her magical heritage...but it remembers her. Start with a struggle revolving around the source of magic. Is it genetic--or is it part of your soul? What if someone was using his powers to run experiments based on a complete misconception of the source of magic? Throw in a twisted family tree that's rooted in a centuries' old feud, a painting that (literally) holds the key to the truth, a mysterious and talkative beetle, and an Elven rocker who can play the songs... more
  • Emerge: The Awakening

    by Melissa A. Craven

    Congratulations to Emerge for placing as a finalist in the 2015 International Book Awards!!

    Allie Carmichael has always believed life is simple. You’re born. You live. You die. She has no cause to believe that equation works differently for her, but there has to be a reason the world treats her like a pariah. When an unexpected move to Kelleys Island brings Aidan McBrien crashing into her life, Allie is thrown by his reaction. He doesn’t shrink from her touch. He doesn&rsquo... more

  • Crossbone Children and the Orphans of Avalon

    by GJ Ellis

    In the 17th and 18th centuries, the British government shipped orphans to their colonies because of a shortage of laborers. This is the story of a one such group that were shipped to Jamaica but before they reach Port Royal, they are shipwrecked on a magical island. One of the passengers on this ship of orphans is John Henry, the son of the Earl of Carrick, searching for his missing father somewhere in the Caribbean. Through a series of adventures they are befriended ... more

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