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by Baxter BramattiFlora wants to cast shadows on the moon by using light from the sun. But can she stretch her arms up high enough to see her dreams come true? Flora will have to combine her imagination and determination to create the most fantastic shadow puppet show the world has ever seen!
by M. K. Wiseman
by M. K. Wiseman
by H.F. Clarke
A young boy named Tyler Wordsmith lives in an old house called Bramble. After he is scolded for an angry outburst and sent to his father's library, he runs into a sneak thief named Whisper who is busy stealing the maps and charts of Tyler's father. During a scuffle with Whisper, thief and boy are pulled through a tiny magical door and into Whimsy where Tyler encounters the ogre of Old Oak Valley, trolls guarding the troll bridge into October, and a grumpy ruckus who just wants a nap--to name ... more
by Justine ManzanoJacklyn Madison never expected to be attacked by a beast on an evening snack run. Add a rescue mission enacted by a trained regiment of teenaged warriors, and her night officially becomes just like a scene from one of her beloved comic books. Turns out, her parents were once members of the Order of the Key, gifted humans that protect humanity from creatures spilling through inter-dimensional rifts. Unable to control her newfound abilities, Jacklyn and her family rejoin the Order. After an att... more
by EK Dobbins
by Elysia DobbinsJesse Monroe was invited to the three hundredth anniversary of the known universe’s most popular paranormal convention to review a breakthrough software known simply as Ouija. Little did she know that this would spawn off supernatural trouble and dangers that she and her new friends must survive. In the end, she receives unexpected and divine assistance in escaping the flames of madness.
by E.K. DobbinsThe world of Bri’al is a very dangerous place to be as wars are raging all over the planet. As the wars escalate, no place is safe, not even the Temple of Light in the Boiling Seas. This previously impenetrable fortress was once home to the strongest warriors and brightest wizards known to Bri’al and offered sanctuary to those in need. Now it lies in ruin. Among those visiting the temple during an all-out attack is the sister of Milea Sirus, Sorceress of Selvast Forest. Milea receives a sudden a... more
by Alicia EllisIt was supposed to help her—not turn her into a monster. Now, Lena’s stuck with this cybernetic arm, and her friends are terrified of her. And maybe they should be. The arm’s artificial intelligence takes Lena’s thoughts to the extreme. It acts when she doesn’t tell it to, even when she’s asleep. Ever since she got the new limb, she’s been sleepwalking and waking in odd places. To Lena, this is just another example of how CyberCorp—her parents’ company and the manufacturer of the arm... more
Golden Dreg Boy: Book 1, The Slums: (Dystopian Post-Apocalyptic Young Adult Series) (Golden Dreg Boy, The Slums, Golden Dreg Worby D.K. DaileyFinding out who you are has never been so deadly. In the ruins of San Francisco California, survivors of an epidemic that swept the nation have pooled inside the cities, restructuring life as we know it. Now it’s the strong against the weak; the rich Golden against the poor Dreg. The Golden govern everything. Living above the city in four sectors, they look down on the Dreg slums. Against all odds, the Dreg have become survivors. Unable to afford proper care, their immune systems have ada... more
by Norman WesthoffIn 24th century, geologist Keltyn SparrowHawk flies to ice-free Antarctica to scout for the strategic mineral iridium, and finds a tribe of nomadic cattle-herders. She befriends a young horsewoman, also searching for the iris stone, from which her mother makes jewelry. Despite dangers, they climb a nearby volcano to find the stone. Mortal perils await on the mountain, with the tribe, and back home.
by Chapters Media LLCA genius twenty-two-year-old student makes an astounding discovery while working for a college professor. Derek and Professor Kibble are the right combination to invent an unlikely but very timely time machine. Forced to hurry their experimentation because of a nuclear threat, they add a woman, Lex, to the team and take a leap into the unknown. Which fate would be worsenuclear destruction or a jump into time travel? Soliciting the help of Alexander the Great, they formulate a plan to rewrite ... more
by Misty Hayes
This digital boxset includes all three books in The Blood Dagger series and contains over 1,400 pages of magic, heroism, and strong protagonists-perfect for fans of Mortal Instruments and the CW's Supernatural.
THE OUTCASTS (Volume 1)
It's hell being a teenager, especially if you're being hunted by vamp... more
by M. G. ClaybrookIn the aftermath of the Great Vermin Army, Deria's family faces exile for their parents' decisions. Though innocent, she must bear the brunt of the shock, and when she rises for vengeance, will the beleaguered city mourn or rejoice? Will they find the true savior of Hesperia, or will its true history remain in the shadows forever? In the third installment to the Elderwood Chronicles, the intrigue, the stakes, and the high flying adventure is unlike never before!
by Winnifred TatawRodrick is a prince of the ruling country of Diar. He has a face kissed by the Gods themselves, with deep blue eyes and long ruby-red hair. Speaking of Gods, he also happens to be the Acolyte of Time. Gifts and curses with this power give him control over aspects of time. And being a dragon-human hybrid has its amazing perks too. But since childhood, Rodrick has had a target on his back, and his insanely power-hungry father, Demon King Ryton, comes across as his closest but worst enemy. Throw i... more
by Jennifer Alsever
Julia and Charley may come from two completely different worlds, but they’ve been called the same names all their lives. Psycho. Liar. Witch. It’s the price of being a supernaturally gifted female in sexist, narrow-minded 1971.
Until, that is, they’re invited to join the Stanford Research Institute. There, a team of scientists are conducting experiments on people like them—people with the ability to tell the future, read minds, move objects witho... more