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by Jean-Philippe JanssensAfter dying, our main character found himself summoned by a young woman. She comes from a long line of summoners and had expected to partner up with a powerful being, like the rest of her family. Instead, she summoned a computer programmer, who from now on will be living inside her head. Powerless, he's unable to help her with the upcoming war. Disappointed that neither of them had been blessed by fate with some divine abilities, he decides to build a computer system inside her head himself.
by Marisa NoelleSixteen-year-old Georgia Boone has seen the shadow creatures in mirrors and other reflective surfaces since she was six-years-old. But no one--not even her brother, the person she’s closest to in the entire world--believes her. She is all alone in the hellish world where crow-like creatures hunting her everywhere she goes. When an afternoon of shopping ends in violence and blood, Georgia is sent to the UK’s most prestigious mental health hospitals: Brookwood Hospital. There, she’s forced to f... more
by Luke MetcalfDevastated by her father’s brutal murder, seventeen-year-old Emily Bliss is determined to find his killers, even after everyone else has given up. As Emily attempts to follow their trail, she encounters a mysterious stranger at a party. Beneath his handsome looks, physical prowess, vast wealth, intimidating presence and hypnotizing eyes, she can sense that he is tormented by demons that she cannot yet fathom. Soon Emily is shocked yet thrilled to realize that she is falling uncontrollably in... more
by Carolyn Denman"We belong to the earth, Lainie-Bug. We were sent here in human form for a reason. If you don’t know what to do, then just be human." Right. Like that was ever a simple thing to do. Simple would be finishing high school without that desolate music trickling through the cracks in my dreams, making me too tired to study. Simple would be telling Noah his girlfriend smells like last week’s dim sims without second-guessing my own reasons for not liking her. Simple would be keeping the min... more
by Faris IbrahimAmid family dysfunction, in a postindustrial society, Femida Samara struggles to find greater meaning past the dream of a nine to five. In a dream, she is visited by an interdimensional immortal. Through this meeting, Femida is given the ability to travel through and interpret the dreams of others. She soon discovers she’s not the first one who has been visited and is introduced to and joins the League of the Loom, a secret organization that caters to international elites, obsessed with dreams a... more
by Cynthia FridsmaIt’s July 4, 2094. Major Tony Norman wakes up next to the lovely Jessica—a sexy security officer from Logan Airport. Tony doesn’t know it yet, but needing an oxygen mask just to walk outside is the least of his worries when an alien fleet encounter space station Peacekeeper at Saturn. The high council orders him to find a way to communicate with the aliens. But when they destroy Peacekeeper, Tony fears the only language the aliens know is war! Meanwhile, the alien supreme commander, Ilg, is obse... more
by Cynthia FridsmaExperience the stories that compel you to keep turning the pages while reading this collection of eerie spine-tingling tales with lots of spookiness! 1 The Old Mansion 2 Some Soldiers Dream of Peace 3 Footsteps in the Dark 4 The House by the Cemetery 5 Anger 6 The Day Before Christmas
by HN Deeb16-year-old Cassie is the best water thief in Los Angeles, but her luck is about to run dry. When a job goes sideways, she flees for her life. She finds shelter with a strange band of nomadic revolutionaries on a secret mission to reclaim their world. Torn between joining their cause and finding a way back home, Cassie doesn’t realize her disappearance had a ripple effect, and larger plots are afoot that will change the country – and her own life – forever. Told from multiple viewpoints with wom... more
by Mobi WarrenThe year is 2036. Honeybees are nearly extinct. The world's crops are disappearing and a young boy's life hangs in the balance. When Melissa Bùi's origami opens a time portal to Ancient Crete and connects her to a young athlete named Amethea, she has a chance to save both bees and boy. But she may risk blinking out of existence like the quarks her scientist father studies. Story Monster Approved for tweens (ages 10-14)
by Emma G RoseJack and Anna are dead. At least Jack is. Anna might just be having a near-death experience. How far is Anna willing to go for her friend? What role did Jack play in their accident? They'll have to trust each other to get through the afterlife, but how can they when they're both keeping secrets?
by Kendra Merritt
The only one who can free him is the girl he’s hurt the most.
Cursed for a youthful accident which maimed a young woman, Léon Beauregard roams his mountain as a bear, clinging to the scraps of his humanity. Too bad it’s not working. Every day he loses a little more of himself to the bear and his stupid fuzzy tail. But when Léon comes across Anwen, an enchanter scarred from an accident she doesn’t remember, she promises to free him, because she believes no... more
by Michael BialysMakenna Grace Gold is the Virago. At barely thirteen-years-old, she has been entrusted by the forces of good to protect her twin siblings Emi and Noah from the evil forces that seek to destroy them. The infant twins are destined to lead our world into its next age of Hope and Enlightenment; if and only if Makenna can protect them. As she begins to settle into her new role as the Virago, Makenna receives a cryptic warning from none other than the Grim Reaper himself. She is told that her immediat... more
by S.R. AtkinsonThe third book in the Siren Anthology, Treading Waves, picks up just months after the second where Santi and Rogan are still reeling from the tragedy that struck in the last book. They are trying to cope and find how they fit into this new world while outside forces are sabotaging them and trying to use them for ill-gains. The reader also learns more details about how this underwater world was built and, how Santi and Rogan may be able to fix the current, horrible, state of affairs.
by Aya Knight
She had to die, to find the truth.
Oshin Fletcher lives by three rules: obey authority, don’t draw unnecessary attention to yourself, and above all else, never leave the city walls.
Some say that
by Elgon WilliamsWhy is the black van still following Will and Sandra? Something is wrong in Normal. The perfect summer of being eight years old continues in a way that even two precocious kids with vivid imaginations could never have envisioned. The day before the first game of the Little League season Will’s papaw reveals a family secret that not only explains the odd things that Will has been experiencing but also changes his immediate plans. While poking around in the abandoned old house down the stree... more
by Elgon WilliamsWhat if you could take make believe and make it real? It's the summer of 1988 and little is normal about Will and Sandra, except for the name of their town, Normal, Illinois. The two precocious eight-year-olds share overactive imaginations, a love of baseball and genuine affection for each other. But over the course of a single, fateful week at the beginning of their summer vacation, the duo discovers budding superhero powers. Each day is a new adventure and an excuse for them to get on th... more