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  • Fangs & Fins (Blood, Bloom, & Water Book 1)

    by Amy McNulty

    A dapper vampire. A sullen merman. Two heirs to a great conflict—and each needs to claim a beloved to become his kindred’s champion.

    High school senior Ember Goodwin never had a sister, but after her mom’s remarriage, she now has two. The eldest is no stranger to her—Ivy is a witty girl in her grade who’s almost never spoken to the shy bookworm before—but she’s surprised to find the popular girl quite amiable. Their burgeoning friendship is test... more

  • Snake Tales

    by Not Tristan
    snakes Fighting each other
  • Ember

    by Anna Holmes
    The war is over. The island of Elyssia has been freed from the clutches of the Rosalian Legion, power restored to the island's monarchy. However, after leading the Resurgence from the front, Princess Caelin now finds herself sitting and waiting more often than not. When magical prodigy Alain Flynn breaks into her palace to kidnap her, she hears of a secret slave camp—and forms a plan. Under the guise of a kidnapping, she will investigate the camp, expose the secrets, and take control of the fate... more
  • Blood Crescent

    by Stevie McCoy
    Crystal’s body struggles between the magic of her diviner past and the transformation of the serpent’s kiss, which could ultimately lead to her death. All the while, avoiding detection by the Divine Council whose intentions are too mysterious not to question, but happens to be the only lead she has to finding her missing mother. Betrayal, and manipulation lead her to doubt the only person she thought she could trust and her feelings for Victor, her closest friend, get twisted even further when D... more
  • The Crystilleries of Echoland

    by Tal (pen name: Dew Pellucid) Boldo

    AWARD-WINNING TEEN FANTASY with 82 ILLUSTRATIONS
    The lucent land of the Echoes is haunted by hate. How see-through your skin is determines whether you live or die. Until two teens--an Echo and his Sound--unravel a 250 year-old riddle and change Echoland forever. 

    IN A SEE-THROUGH LAND, our reflections live. They call us Sounds. They are our Echoes. And they think that they must die when we do. Is this why children are disappearing from the Sound ... more

  • Jeremy Cutler and the Torch of Time

    by Michael Faix
    JEREMY CUTLER knows nothing of sailing with pirates, visiting a cursed village, or confronting dark magic. All Jeremy wants is his family to be the way they used to be, and to have Christmas again, which had been cancelled years ago, after the horrible accident. But worlds collide when two ghosts arrive, sending Jeremy down a path to a fantastic place to search for an invisible castle that holds a grand destiny. But first, Jeremy must make it past the terrors of the forest… before something m... more
  • The Namarielle (Chronicles of Lashai Book 1)

    by Julien Jamar
    Only three people in the Kingdom of Lashai know that the youngest Namarielle survived the Midnight Revolution. Her Nanna, who has raised her in hiding, Elian, the Fontre who fell in love with her, and Devilan, the Fontre who tried to kill her. Fourteen years later, her hiding place discovered, Cassai is thrown into an unexpected fight for survival, and to save the kingdom she never knew she was born to rule.
  • Diary of an Average Fairy

    by Jewel Hart
    Teacher’s Comments: Vervain has made satisfactory progress and has achieved an average level in most subjects. What do you think, Diary? Yes, I know it’s not a BAD report but words like SATISFACTORY and AVERAGE just don’t feel like me. I’ve looked up ‘average’ in the dictionary. It says: a middle place between two extremes, usual, normal. I don’t want to be NORMAL, I want to be spectacular! I feel special inside. Does everyone feel special? Maybe it’s just normal to feel special and I’m no... more
  • Ingraham; Dragoon Quest

    by Lynda L. Jewell
    As INGRAHAM; DRAGOON QUEST opens, Sarah and Tom are sixteen, and Sarah inherits a watch, that when they both wind it and speak the verse, it takes them to Ingraham, a land of magic, while they sleep. Using a bit of the prince and the pauper theming, in Ingraham, their roles are now switched, as one wakes as a Prince, the other as a kitchen maid. Prince Thomas struggles to become the prince he is expected to be. Sara fights to be rid of the kitchens. After seeing a dragoon, a juvenile dragon, tak... more
  • The Last Of The Navel Navigators (Volume 1)

    by David Hailwood

    Discovered in a swamp and raised by hillbillies, Jellybean 'Gator Bait' Skratcher soon learns he has the astounding ability to open portals to other worlds, using his bellybutton.

    He sets out on an epic adventure across a hostile universe, led by a scatterbrained stork who's made it his mission in life to deliver Jellybean to the right parents, or die trying.

    But when your best friend's a goat, and your greatest hope for survival relies solely upon a talentless mag... more

  • Ember

    by Anna Holmes
    The war is over. The island of Elyssia has been freed from the clutches of the Rosalian Legion, power restored to the island's monarchy. However, after leading the Resurgence from the front, Princess Caelin now finds herself sitting and waiting more often than not. When magical prodigy Alain Flynn breaks into her palace to kidnap her, she hears of a secret slave camp—and forms a plan. Under the guise of a kidnapping, she will investigate the camp, expose the secrets, and take control of the fate... more
  • Sleeping with the Blackbirds

    by Alex Pearl
    Eleven-year-old schoolboy, Roy Nuttersley has been dealt a pretty raw deal. While hideous parents show him little in the way of love and affection, school bullies make his life a misery. So Roy takes comfort in looking after the birds in his suburban garden, and in return the birds hatch a series of ambitious schemes to protect their new friend. As with the best-laid plans, however, these get blown completely off course - and as a result the lives of both Roy and his arch tormentor, Harry Hodge... more
  • Ruthless Magic (Conspiracy of Magic Book 1)

    by Megan Crewe
    Teen mages from opposite sides of the tracks, Rocío and Finn must enter a series of trials to earn the right to keep their magic. But as they become unlikely allies—and possibly more—they discover the Mages' Exam holds secrets more horrifying than they could have imagined. How much are they willing to sacrifice to win?
  • Malika - Warrior Queen Part Two

    by Roye Okupe
    Set in fifteenth-century West Africa, Malika (Pronounced "Ma-LIE-kah"): Warrior Queen follows the exploits of queen and military commander Malika, who struggles to keep the peace in her ever-expanding empire. In part two of the hit graphic novel series, Malika uncovers a painful betrayal by one of the people closest to her. The treachery unnerves a usually stoic and composed Malika, allowing her enemies, both known and unknown, internal as well as external, to encircle her, positioning themselve... more
  • Shadow People

    by Josette Weiss
    Maribele has suffered from night terrors every night for years, but with psychic, Ramona's help she discovers she is a medium, capable of speaking with the dearly departed. Now with the help of a retired policeman, she attempts to solve crimes and fight the lower ranking demons, she calls the Shadow People.
  • Labors of an Epic Punk

    by Mark and Sheri Dursin
    LABORS OF AN EPIC PUNK is a young adult fantasy novel set in the time of Greek mythology, right after the Trojan War.  It is the story of a sixteen-year-old rebellious loner named Mac (short for Telemachus), who has to undertake a series of missions, not only to keep from getting expelled from school, but to march out of the oppressive shadow of his famous father, Odysseus. Think Clash of the Titans meets The Breakfast Club.

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