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by Stephen G. Levy
When a young man breaks a pact with the Spirit, he unleashes a wrath on a small town where women are compelled to destroy the men.
Genres: Supernatural, paranormal, suspense, romance, fantasy
by Henry Vogel
“My parents are not dead!”
Everyone thinks I’m in denial, and have been ever since my parents vanished seven years ago. Everyone thinks I should just shut up, and accept the vast inheritance coming my way. Everyone thinks I should let it go, and get on with my life.
Everyone is wrong.
I know my parents are still alive—but if I reveal how I know, I’ll be drafted into Psi Corps. But my inheritance can fund my search for them.
I didn’t ... more
by Steve PeasleeTwelve-year old Maine sixth-grader JoJo Mallory and her two best friends - hockey phenom Trip and uber-geek Marcy - must locate an ancient magical talisman and deliver it to the witches who hold JoJo's father captive in the castle formerly known as Camelot. So said the Leprechaun who mysteriously showed up in JoJo's bedroom one morning. Apparently, JoJo's father led a completely different life in a completely different world before showing up in their waterfront Maine neighborhood and starting... more
by M. Black
Animal Graph is a YA Amazonian Eco-Fic Dystopia and is the third story from dystopian author M. Black (Simulation, Exotiqa, Animal Graph). Her novels are branded Enter Tomorrow with a focus on robots, artificial intelligence, simulations, wildlife, grafting, cloning, illusions, or futuristic technology.
This novel came to her in a dream.
Set in the Amazonian jungles of South America, M.Black weaves an action-packed tale in this original YA Amazonian Eco-Fic Dystopia set ... more
by M. BlackSet in the robot cyberpunk year 2055 in British Columbia, Canada, where humans are part robotic and robots are becoming more humanlike, the line dividing the two is becoming less clear. When the nation is controlled by a popular online program, those that deviate risk their lives. But that never stopped Fione. Read the second release by author M. Black (Enter Tomorrow). Filled with haunting questions of consciousness and artificial intelligence, identity and self-awareness, politics and love... more
by Finn BlackwoodKyle Kiraly doesn’t do birthdays, not since his dad committed suicide the day Kyle turned seven. All he wants is to play himself into a video game coma. He almost gets his wish when he turns fourteen . . . until the witch, Baba Yaga, marks him as the next heir to a relic of mind-boggling powers. The relic helps Kyle pay back the school bully and win the friendship of a clever girl, but it also makes him a target of the Obshestvo, a militant group of Russian women bent on wiping him off the face ... more
by James J. PallanteDays of Joy: The Story of the Red Suit is a tale of sweeping proportions. There are delightful elfin people, loveable anthropomorphic mice, and other wondrous creatures. Readers will fall in love with the fairies of the mysterious forest of Oltenia who are the makers of the secret fairywovencloth. But, all is not as it seems, and both the North Pole and Oltenia are terrorized by the deadly soprons who follow the mission outlined in their holy book to destroy the days of joy forever. There is mu... more
by Jackie KingonIf you struggle with your weight, and were offered an opportunity to become light, fit and have a wonderful life without dieting, would you accept? Plus-sized Molly Marbles wins a scholarship to Armstrong University on the Moon, a haven for the plus-sized set where her 287 Earth pounds instantly become 47.6 without so much as passing up a piece of pie. But when her boyfriend Drew Barron dumps her, then jumps at a job making low calorie food supplements, Molly’s weight is the least of her woes, ... more
by K DickeBlue skies. Bad vibes. Rip tides. Devon is dead, but no one is celebrating. Crushed by the grief over Em’s passing, Kris and her household struggle to move forward. A series of strange events–unnatural disasters, drug use, vandalism–has everyone on edge. When one of them triggers a memory better left buried, Kris can barely keep her head above water. Fortunately, her alter ego, Deathkill Kris, is ready to end the chaos for her. Desperate to understand and fulfill her purpose, Kris dons bla... more
by Andrea Ruygt13 year old Jody's grandmother passes away shortly after she moves to the East Coast with her mother to take care of her. What she knew of her life is falling apart as she is forced to deal with death, a grieving mother, and a school bully. But before she can embrace these changes, one night she wakes from her sleepwalking, facing an entirely new challenge: Jody he must travel through a strange world, with her worst enemy, finally face the truth and get back home.
by Tom HoffmanWhen Orville Mouse rescues an errant windblown hat on his way to work, he soon discovers the hat's shadow is not behaving as it should be. While attempting to discover the cause of this curious phenomenon, Orville and his best friend Sophia Mouse uncover a terrifying secret, soon finding themselves in a desperate race to prevent the imminent destruction of uncountable parallel worlds. With help from their old friend Proto the Rabbiton, mysterious Madam Molly, a wistful robotic curator named Copo... more
by Tom HoffmanOrville Wellington Mouse unwittingly sets off a galaxy shaking chain of events when he buys his mum a lovely birthday necklace from Miraculum's Fine Antiques. When Orville and his best friend Sophia Mouse observe a small glass marble breaking the laws of physics they set out to discover the cause of its extraordinary behavior, unexpectedly revealing the marble's astonishing connection to his mum's new necklace. The pair of young Metaphysical Adventurers soon find themselves in a desperate rac... more
by River JamesTwinkle, twinkle, little star, Forget you loved me from afar. Forget this body, and run little star. For monsters aren’t real, But humans are.
by Karen HughesA DANCING MONKEY. A DANGEROUS WISH. A SECRET GYPSY ROAD. When Nima makes a wish on the seeds of the star fruit, she releases an evil that should never have been set free. Now she must travel to the City of Emperors to put things right again. But the journey is long and treacherous, and the water spirits are waiting … The third book in the Kalika Magic series explores deeper themes of loss, sadness, resilience, and hope. A powerful story for children aged 9+.
by Farah Oomerbhoy
Aurora Firedrake returns in the spellbinding sequel to The Last of the Firedrakes.
The seven kingdoms of Avalonia are crumbling and evil is spreading across the land like a plague. Queen Morgana is close to finding a way to open The Book of Abraxas and it’s only a matter of time until she uses the power trapped inside its pages to enslave the entire world.
With Avalonia growing more dangerous by the day, Aurora must trav... more
by J. Rodes/Jennifer RodewaldBraxton Luther, the sellout. Now a part of the Den, he’s determined to make good on Eliza Knight’s faith in him—to be more than what he’d settled for when the Party had taken over. But his goal is dangerous, and not just for him. As he searches for a way to protect the silent, invisible victims of the new government, Braxton’s mission—which includes finding a way to rescue Eliza from the Reformation Camp—becomes even more complicated. Hannah Knight, Eliza’s sister, is simply too much like ... more