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by Kin Asdi; Victor Vergeer
John is an unassuming but talented high school sophomore who finds a strange object while walking in the woods one quiet Sunday morning. There, catching beams of sunlight shining through the trees is an alien object! The object is a Kinetic Assistant Disk, or KAD. It’s smooth, silver, and about the size of a hockey puck. And John soon learns that it can be dangerous, too!
Although barely able to understand where the disk came from and what it is capable of, John quickly realizes t... more
by Michelle B. Assor
EMBARK ON A coming-of-age journey, full of moon magic and wonder in this richly imaginative debut novel, Snaygill. Princes Ophis and Neddris barely escape death at birth. Fortunately they live and are destined to inherit the crown of Snaygill, a wondrous place that has never before seen the presence of mankind - and is instead inhabited by crafty snakes who display equal parts mischief and curiosity. As the two brothers set off on the often bumpy road toward adulthood, they abandon t... more
by Kyle R. Zeller
It’s been a difficult year for fifteen-year-old Garith Wynd. In the aftermath of his father’s sudden suicide, he’s moved with his family into a stuffy camper in the Virginian forests during the hottest month of the year.
About the only good thing to come from the move are Garith’s new friends, the inseparable Selena and Blaine. The three friends arrange a campout, but Garith is sidetracked when he comes face-to-face with a terrifying creature ripped from the page... more
by Emilie DeRitterSir Christopher of Calidore has had better days. He has no kingdom to defend, he is locked in a curse, and then he found himself swimming a moat and battling a wizard - all to rescue the most spoiled princess in Christendom. Now, he and his companion, a mysterious sorceress who was once advisor to his former liege, are escorting the opinionated princess home. Along the way, they are forced to battle evil and help those they find in need. With a little assistance from some strange friends dur... more
by H.B. BoltonSure, the glass castle floating over Evan’s head's a little unsettling, but that’s the least of his worries. With each step inside the Dungeon of Dreadful Dreams, he must battle against his own worst nightmares. One after the other, bull sharks and sea sirens come at him … he must remember they are only illusions pulled from his imagination by shadow-like hands. If only the vengeful dragon circling above were also an illusion and didn’t have his mind set on destroying the one person who can cont... more
by H.B. BoltonLife has returned to normal for fourteen-year-old Evan and his older sister, Claire. That is until Dunkle, a clever but stinky little imp, pays an unexpected visit to their school. He has come to take the siblings back to Sagaas, the mythical realm of the gods. Once again, a Relic from the ancient Mysticus Orb has fallen into the wrong hands. Only Evan and Claire, with their unique mystical abilities, can help find it. Through the power of the Trickster’s Totem, a coyote trickster has escaped.... more
by H.B. BoltonEvan and Claire Jones are typical teenagers, forced to go with their parents to yet another boring museum ... that is, until something extraordinary happens to make their day a little more than interesting. After following a strange little creature into a closed exhibit, Evan and his older sister, Claire, discover the Serpent’s Ring, one of the magical relics formed from the shattered Mysticus Orb. Purely by accident, they have awakened its powers and opened a portal to Sagaas, land of ancient g... more
by J. R. Young
(A novelette in verse.)
Somewhere between the twisted worlds of Tim Burton and the bouncing meters of Dr. Seuss, you'll find the upside-down town of Nottingswood.
Having cast out the majestic Guardian who was once their protector, Nottingswood built the Great Wall to block out the sun. Now, holed up in their houses, Nottingsfolk are content to let their town decay into a colorless wasteland.
Until one day...
A curious cry from the center of town catches the ... more
by Laurie Wetzel
Abandoned by her birth parents and ignored by her adoptive family, Maddy Page believes she is unloveable. She only allows herself to dream of falling in love. That changes when she meets MJ; handsome and kind, MJ penetrates Maddy's defenses. Maddy soon finds herself confiding in MJ like she has with no one else, revealing secrets even her closest friends don't know. He makes her feel safe--a feeling she's never experienced except in her dreams.
When Maddy witnesses MJ disapp... more
by Madeline WynnMost sixteen-year olds aren't worried about the fate of their immortal souls. May Krieg should be. Typically, honors student May's biggest problems have revolved around her super-hot arch-rival, Jack. But when a school project takes them ghost-hunting in a local cemetery, she discovers that an ominous force roams in the darkness around her. And it follows her home. It claws its way into her life, burning messages into her wall and imprinting them onto her body. Even worse, she can't tell if it's... more
by Jim WestWhat is the missing variable? Alex, a young precocious girl, mysteriously gets transported to a strange world where Latin and Math combine in formulas and equations with magical effects. With a cruel council leading the only safe city of its kind in this world, she will have to prove her worth to stay as well as help this city as it is the target for two evil wizards who seek to destroy the city and its ruling council. Will the council's mighty army of guardians be enough to repel the on... more
by Susan Kaye QuinnWarrior faery princes can be very stubborn. Especially when they possess your body.Fourteen-year-old Finn just wants to keep his little sister out of Child Protective Services--an epic challenge with their parentally-missing-in-action dad moving them to England, near the famous Stonehenge rocks. Warrior faery Prince Zaneyr just wants to escape his father's reckless plan to repair the Rift--a catastrophe that ripped the faery realm from Earth 4,000 years ago and set it adrift in an alternate, tim... more
by Sally CopusTwelve-year-old Jon Sinclair’s plans and life are changed forever when the navigational system of his space-time ship malfunctions, plummeting him to the shores of Port Royal in 1692. He is kidnapped from his travelling-companion grandmother and brought aboard the ship of the notorious Captain BlackHeart where he is forced to join the venturesome crew. There are hurricanes, explosive sea battles and risky trips in search of treasure. Jon quickly wants nothing more than to go back to his life as ... more
by TJ PhullAuthor of Articles of the Witch Goddess, Crystal Witch, and Confessions of a Goddess, T. J. Phull tells the story of Bedelia. Once on the path of enlightenment, she now finds herself on the path of self-discovery. As Bedelia finds that her journey not only leads her to the light but also to love, admiration, and self-awareness, she experiences emotions she never knew before existed as she grows from adolescence to womanhood.
by TJ PhullTJ Phull brings another captivating novel to the shelves for enjoyment, a novel called Bedelia: The Crystal Witch. This is a novel of a young girl coming into adulthood. Bedelia finds out that not only has changes happened within her but also around her. As she tries to understand her transformation into adulthood, she realizes she holds certain mystical gifts. Discovery of these gifts takes her on an adventure of clues that sets her on a journey of discovering who she really is and who she can ... more
by E.L. ErvinMichael Hanson’s high school peers think he’s weird, at least in part because of the golden armband that’s been there since he was an infant and grown as he grew. But he doesn’t let it bother him. He’s got two good friends, a loyal (if sometimes annoying) little sister, and two parents who love him. He’s figured out he’s adopted, but other than that, he doesn’t think there’s anything exceptional about him. He’s wrong. Just before his fifteenth birthday, the symbol on his armband begins to ... more