Vow of Blood by Debby Feo
What was it like to be a vampire in Rome in 84 A.D.? Gaius Domitius Tubero knew well. The life he was forced to live was not a happy one. Scorned by most, he was lucky to have even survived being forced into the dangerous streets of Roma, at a very young age. To stay alive, Gaius had to drink blood. Blood was easy to find, in and around the Coliseum, during the reigns of Caligula and Nero. Sometimes it was the blood of an enemy. Sometimes it was that of a friend. And sometimes both.
It's been said that one should keep one's friends close, and enemies closer. The problem in the Rome of Caligula and Nero was to determine which was which. In the process of finding out, Gaius learns that while he might be immortal, he was not invulnerable. And the stakes were too high to risk making a mistake.
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Fangs For Nothing by Shannon Ryan
Vinny is twenty-seven. He still lives with his parents. He lives in the basement, and keeps the curtains closed. He lives from one day to the next, without much progress. If he were alive, he'd be called a ne'er-do-well. But Vinny is undead--a vampire.
It happened quite by accident. Veronica was hungry, and Vinny was alone in the dark on the street. She actually thought she had killed him. Now, every morning Vinny's Mom opens his curtains, he smokes.
So Vinny lives forever. What to do, what to do? Well, there are all these XBox games that need playing. And, in feeding, he has inadvertently created an entourage that adores him. Now, if he only had a job . . .
. . . selling cosmetics.
Vinny gets to "dress up." Vinny becomes popular. Vinny blunders his way into conflict with the Master Vampire of Omaha. Vinny . . . well, you'll see.
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The Ancient One by Terrie Leigh Relf & Henry Lewis Sanders
The Ancient One, book two of the Blood Journey saga, opens in Atlantis, circa 1450 B.C.E., where Chief Engineer Artas has just double-checked his calculations. After nightfall, he will meet with The Council, a race of Ancient Ones who had found sanctuary on earth over a thousand years before. They are about to learn there are cataclysmic forces even they are unable to control. And so the diaspora resumes. . .
In Egypt, 2006, Vasilie and Hatshepsut express concern for Guenther, still haunted by Stefan, the one who made him. They will soon discover that not only is Stefan now seeking Guenther, but the Dark Church of Hekatae has paid a hefty sum to hire seasoned vampire hunters to destroy Vasilie and his family—and one of them is the daughter of the High Priestess Cassandra, whom Hatshepsut executed.
While Vasilie’s family has grown, and Father Gregory and The Brethren remain dedicated to Vasilie’s cause, will their comingled powers be sufficient to battle the hunters and ward off the evil machinations of an Ancient One?
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Ascendant by H. David Blalock
Welcome back to Atlantis!
In the time before the sinking of Atlantis, the government of the southernmost island, Adylonis, is fractured among eight great Houses. Each is a sovereign entity jealous of its power and eager to exercise its ambitions over the rest of the island. However, the greatest city, Moorkai, is ruled by a neutral faction called the University, and the Atlantean Emperor’s presence on the island, represented by the priestly order of the Tialsar, maintains the balance of power through esoteric and political manuevering.
House Thran, in exile on the mainland for centuries for its support of the non-human races the Kel and Telmet, returns to claim its own after Andalarn Thran, Jarl (or ruler) of the House, appeals personally to the Emperor. The Tialsar, who had been in control of House Thran’s resources and secular position, are displaced and resent Andalarn’s return.
House Suum, blood enemy of House Thran even before the exile, is even more resentful of its return, as the two Houses are traditional opponents in the struggle for the Ascendancy, a title conferred only by the University on the pre-eminent House that equates to King of Adylonis.
So let the fur [and scales and skin] fly!
Oh, and did I mention there's a Wyrm in it the size of Wyoming?
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Blackfire by Elizabeth Donald
Sara Harvey just wanted to be left alone, listening to the voices of the sea and washing the blood from her hands. But duty calls her back, to a new team still learning to fight the things that go chomp in the night. They will give Sara one more mission, one way to quiet the voices, one chance at redemption. It should have been nothing, a minor problem on the dark cobblestone wharf in Memphis. But long-quiet voices return, and the evil Sara thought she defeated returns to claim still more of those she leads. The Cold Ones are rising again, and in their path, no one is safe.
The dead know no peace - and they are coming for Sara Harvey.
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Blood Journey by Henry Lewis Sanders & Terrie Leigh Relf
Blood Journey is an intricately constructed tale of love and revenge among the undead. The beheading of the evil Baroness Andora by Count Vasilie sets off a chain of events among the followers of the Church of the Dark Mother that threatens to destroy the vampire community. Relf and Sanders follow the trail of blood and darkness that began long ago and far away as they weave an erotic path through the exotic nights of London, Athens, and Seattle. Blood Journey has enough sex, blood, lust, and mayhem to slake the thirst of even the most avid readers of the Dark Side.
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Broken Legacy by Dana Baird
This is the third novel in The Spell Keeper Legends where we meet Cassie’s niece, Elesia, a spirited teenager who studies sorcery at the Academie Sorcellara and would rather be an adventurer than a proper lady. As adept at wielding two-edged verbal barbs as blades, Elesia is telepathic and blessed—or perhaps cursed— by inheriting the sorcery-enhanced fighting skills that usually fall to sons.
Elesia’s dreams of adventure begin to manifest when she meets Ledia di Orza and her bird, Cloud Runner. Ledia, a council member of the northern villages, has been sent to warn King Peterious of an encroaching army. Could Trevarre have escaped death to lead Undead Warriors against the realm again?
Elesia flees the castle to follow Ledia while King Peterious prepares the realm for war. Cassie confers with family, fellow sorcerers—and her Book of Spells! Will the earth-style weapons be any match against their enemies? Will Ledia and the northern villages be able to push back Trevarre’s forces when they call upon the animals to aid them?
And what of Trevarre’s monstrous cohort, Ashur, who does battle in armor made of flesh and bones?
Keep reading, and you will discover the darkest secret of all. . .
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The City of 1000 Gods by Marge Simon and Malcolm Deeley
The City of 1000 Gods is a novel published in trade paperback format. It also features some thirty color illustrations. Here's what Mike Allen had to say about it:
An ambitious exploration of religion, faith and the differences between them unfolds as a series of quietly haunting vignettes sparked by the crossing of Malcolm Deeley's sweeping mythical invention with Marge Simon's stunning full-color illustrations. At times eerie, at times touching, always steeped in beauty, The City of a Thousand Gods demonstrates the heights attainable when two skilled artisans combine talents to build one vision, brick by phantasmagorical brick.
Mike Allen, Three-Time Rhysling Award Winner, Editor of Mythic Delirium
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Crop Circles by Jacob Henry Orloff
Signs and portents of the supernatural, extra-terrestrial, and paranormal abound, if only we understood what we were seeing. Jacob Orloff understands. He's been there. Some say he's still there. Fortunately, his transmissions have gotten through, and have been placed in this volume. Think of it as a novel of a sequence of events. It has a hint of Lovecraft, and a hint of Ghost Whisperer, and hints of things we try not to think about, b ecause if we think about them, they will become real. So read this novel carefully, and don't say the words out loud.
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Dark God Descending by Tony-Paul de Vissage
James Tucker Upchurch is a graduate student, studying the past but living very much in the present. Semris is a demon, the son of a god, and his life has been the same for millennia.
For five thousand years, the displaced Dark Lords of Hell have maintained a peaceful and bloodless reign over the Mayan city of Nikte-Uaxac. In the outside world, while civilizations rise and fall, the winged demons and their subjects remain untouched, until Twenty-first Century strangers appear and steal their most precious possession--the Emperor himself.
Tuck never expected to lose his girl to a demon or get near-immortality in exchange and Semris never thought he'd experience mortal love, but when the two meet, not only their own lives but those of their friends and families will also be changed, as well as the world in which Semris dwells.
"...a new source for vampire lore which previously has been untapped. The story of a demon's introduction to the Modern World and his evolution is entertaining as well as thought-provoking...and demands a sequel."
Linda Nightingale, author of Black Swan
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The DeadWalk by Stephanie Bedwell-Grime
Classic sword & sorcery that will keep you turning pages until the wee hours of the morning. The protagonist, Riordan, has two missions in life: find the mythical Sword of Zal-Azaar, and use it to remove Prince Rau's what's-is [she doesn't like him, or the horse he rode in on]. Riordan is not quite a chick in chain mail--she has compassion and sensitivity, and courage . . . she's a whole character, and Bedwell-Grime's depiction of her makes us wish that truth was at least the equal to fiction.
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Dice of God by Tyree Campbell
Tanner is a wanted woman. She is running from her past as a sex slave. . . She is running from herself.
When Tanner arrives at the backwater world of Cullen’s Lode, she wonders if her troubled journey is finally at an end. Cullen’s Lode might just be the place where she can start her life anew, a place that she might finally call home. But Tanner is different. Part human, part Motic, she stands out. There are skeletons in her closet, ghosts that never cease haunting her resolve.
For Tanner’s flight to truly end she must face the men who would bind her again to slavery for their own twisted pleasures, and rescue the girl who has been taken hostage to compel her cooperation. Only by confronting her past can Tanner save her sanity . . . and the lives of those who are brave enough to become her friends.
“. . . At heart The Dice of God is an adventure story. There are characters to love or loathe, locations that spark the imagination, and action and twists that will keep you turning pages. But as with any good science fiction, it is the groundwork that makes this book entertaining. Without proper character building, setting or smooth divulgence of information, any action and adventure can appear superfluous. But Campbell lays down the law well, and when The Dice of God takes off, readers please ensure the barrier is down and their arms are kept inside the car." Edward Cox, MA, University of Luton, Author of The Relic Guild and Walking Like Morpheus.
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The Dog at the Foot of the Bed by Tyree Campbell
Sixteen years ago the Shannen children were attacked and their home was destroyed. The oldest--twins Ovin and Siobhan--barely managed to whisk their siblings away to safety on a remote planet. Seeking revenge for the attack, Ovin became a hired assassin, while Siobhan entered corporate security service to bring about law and order--and to bring Ovin to justice.
Now someone is trying to kill the Shannens again. And another threat has surfaced: a terrible new weapon is cracking planets open like nuts and destroying them--a weapon that could be used on the Shannens' new home. Ovin has to find out who is behind these murderous projects, and stop them--but in order to find out who, he first has to discover why . . . and he's going to need Siobhan's help to do it.
But if he succeeds, he could lose his twin forever.
"Campbell's novel is a guessing game that will keep you wrong-footed until the very last page." - Edward Cox, [UK] Reviewer
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Emperor by H. David Blalock
The House of Thran, ever under attack from its ancient enemies, has to fight just to survive. Palace intrigues in Thran and the other Houses threaten the very existence of the one House that is destined to oversee the lands. Wyrms, magic, and the land itself oppose the beleaguered Thrans as they seek to restore what once was and ought to be once again.
"Epic and inventive, Emperor has action that will thrill the most battle-hardened, and intrigue that would make a Byzantine court proud! Yet another resounding testament to the superb storytelling craftsmanship of H. David Blalock."
-Stephen Zimmer, Author of the Fires in Eden series and Rising Dawn Saga
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The Guardener's Tale by Bruce Boston
"Bruce Boston's tour de force, The Guardener's Tale, a dystopian novel in the flavor of Orwell and Huxley and Zamiatin. It's a limited edition, numbered and signed by the author. "Here's what Mary Turzillo, noted science fiction author, had to say about it: A gripping dystopia wickedly extrapolated from our own present. Boston brings to bear his narrative genius on this noir tale of a love triangle in a society gone mad, probing the way technology and science alter our reality. Transcending genre, A Guardener’s Tale combines suspense and breathtaking plot twists with macabre humor. Involving, compelling, a masterwork."
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Legends of the Fallen Sky by Malcolm Deeley and Marge Simon
With sure strokes and a truthsayer’s muscular voice, Simon and Deeley literally paint a vibrant post-Armageddon future that feels epic in scope yet acute in emotional detail. A hundred stars for a singular vision. ~Robert Frazier, SFPA Grand Master Poet
Holding this epic structure together - as well as translating it to human scale-a series of section headings chronicle the meeting of the all but immortal albino woman Argus and the wanderer-artist Nomad. Their combined vision encompasses time as well as space, triumph and tragedy, joy and regret, filling this world with life. ~James S. Dorr, Darker Loves
You will be reminded of André Norton’s and C.L. Moore's sweeping and desolate landscapes, and of gods that linger in our subconscious mind from long ago. Deeley’s and Simon’s poetry and narratives are rivaled only by Simon’s lush color illustrations. ~Mary A. Turzillo, 2000 Nebula winner
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Minion of Evil by Shannon Ryan
David Graves is having a bad life. A bill collector is threatening grievous bodily harm. His girlfriend thinks he’s an incompetent loser. His human resources manager, a creature of nightmare, is sexually harassing him. His Satanist bosses have tricked him into signing a contract that dooms him to an eternity of telemarketing. And, when he finally meets a girl he likes, she's more interested in rebuilding transmissions and random acts of violence.
Can David escape his evil bosses, win the heart of a wrench-wielding psychopath, and—just maybe—save his soul?
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My Adventures As Brother Rat by Lin Yao, Dowager Queen, Land of Five Dragons BY Lenora Rain-Lee Good
Yes, that's a long title. Just think of it as BROTHER RAT. Under any title, though, this is still a great novel. Think "Mulan," if you will. It takes place in ancient China, a tale about a girl who passes herself off as a boy. Sherry Decker, co-author of the Rusty the Robot stories, says, ". . . a mesmerizing tale of an orphaned Chinese girl who quickly learns she stands a better chance of survival disguised as a boy, and adopts the nickname Brother Rat. Over the years she excels in many incarnations, as soldier, horse trainer, healer, and as tactful ambassador. Dressed as a beautiful young woman she attracts and marries a prince. Her adventures as his queen are both noble and daring. Brother Rat risks all for the lives of the kingdom and becomes a living legend. This is an exciting, epic story . . . once begun, it cannot be put down."
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Nyx: Malache A novel by Tyree Campbell
Meet Nyx. She's alone on a remote world in the midst of an internecine struggle for resources. She's been ordered to kill someone who has not been identified. The nemesis who haunts her past is in charge of the opposition. An anthropologist wants her ass. A professional killer wants the rest of her. And she can't swim in the rivers.
She's a special operative with carte blanche to stack bodies like cordwood, if necessary, to accomplish her mission. Training and a dark past have emptied her of all emotions. Trust is a tool. Sex is a weapon. Loyalty is a blunt instrument. And there is no place whatsoever for sentiment in her work.
Meet the Malasy. Lemuroid, humanoid, intelligent, sentient, sentimental. They are covered with chinchilla-like fur. Truth is a must in interpersonal relations, and erotic stimulation is the human equivalent of a handshake. Nyx has to work among them. Her life is about to change. It's dangerous, even fatal, to become her friend. But it is always fatal to be her enemy.
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Nyx: Mystere by Tyree Campbell
A bomb-maker who calls himself Mystère has been destroying corporate admin buildings on various worlds, and Deven has cut short Nyx's vacation and ordered her to find him and kill him. She has little data to guide her, but encounters an amnesiac young woman dubbed Zinc at one of the blast sites. Zinc may possess information that could lead to Mystère, if only she can be made to remember. Meanwhile, an intrigue within Amphictyony Security has replaced Deven with a look-alike, and threatens to turn Blacklight Section against itself. Rogue agents have been dispatched to turn Nyx or kill her. Isolated, and under impossible orders, Nyx has few resources to marshal . . . until a surprise from her past shows up at her door.
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Nyx: The Protectos by Tyree Campbell
TARGET #3: The Protectors
BRIEFING: A corporate hierarch is en route to Adenne, the world where Nyx is spending her furlough. Because the corporation plans to exploit certain ore deposits, environmentalists from the radical group Ecotect are planning protests and violence, and Nyx is ordered to protect the hierarch from them. Also on Adenne is a top-ranking mortifice named Silver LeMay whose contract seems to include killing both Nyx and the hierarch, and who is aligned with Ecotect. Nyx has just two days to prepare for the hierarch's arrival. With the local constabulary and the enviromentalists pitted against her, Nyx's only ally might be the one person on Adenne who has specifically been assigned to kill her.
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The Phoenix War by F. R. Amthor
Two cadets discover an odd comet headed into the Solar System, and report it. Teams from the Chinese People's Army Science Unit and the United Nations race to investigate. They learn that the comet is hollow. It contains alien DNA, which can be used to clone alien hybrids. As always with science, if it can be done, it will be done.
Meanwhile, back around the Oort Cloud, other aliens arrive, and settle the outer Solar System, preparing for war. Can the alien hybrids overcome them? And what will be the future of humanity?
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A Problem in Translation by J Alan Erwine
What is humanity to do when faced by aliens whose language is vague at best? What is humanity to do when faced by aliens that are worshipped or feared by almost every other species in the universe? What is humanity to do when faced by aliens that make decisions that seem completely illogical?
These are the questions that must be answered by Captain Shiro Takahashi and the crew of the Astrid, and failing to come up with the right answers could lead to the annihilation of humanity at the prehensile limbs of the Lemec.
Governing, but not governing, most of the nearby galaxy, the Lemec are a powerful species that no one really understands, and this is just how the Lemec want it. Captain Takahashi is trying to understand, but the Lemec try to block his actions at every turn. How can he ever hope to save humanity, and do the Lemec even care if humanity is saved?
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The Puppets of Low Magic by Lorraine Pinelli Brown
The late 17th/early 18th centuries marked a time of awakening, with the birth of institutions of higher learning, yet the most enlightened of that time spent their cognitive brilliance debating how many angels could fit upon the head of a pin. Satan was ubiquitous, and he was known to have appeared in many forms. He was thought forever present on the earth, a wolf amongst God's holy sheep; watching, waiting for his chance to corrupt the faithful. Temptation loomed— witchcraft was actually practiced— and good men prayed hard for deliverance from Beelzebub and his foul minions.
Rachel Mapes is a Puritan woman who, upon accident of birth, receives an IQ of 160. She has a level of understanding that would take others years of book-learning to achieve. She is able to make connections where it would seem no connection was possible. She possesses strong powers of intuition. And she has to hide her special abilities . . . or be burned at the stake.
But what if she really is a witch . . . ?
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The Quinx Effect by Tyree Campbell
Quinx Terwilliger spent her childhood being trained and treated as an adult, that she might live and work in Outer Space. En route to Ceres, she is orphaned, rescued by an exiled child-killer named Harper, and sent on to Ceres to work in an astrolab. Events tumble around Quinx. She is blamed for Harper's escape, even as Harper saves a library on Callisto and rescues a child-prostitute on Titan. When terrorists arrive from Earth to shut down Ceres Station by force, Quinx realizes it's time to go. But go where?
The Quinx Effect is the tale of an adolescent girl who is unaware of the influence she has on those around her as she grows up. Each of her friends has a flaw, but Quinx manages to bind them together for their strengths, as circumstances compel them to seek humanity's ultimate destiny--among the stars.
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Red Moon Rising by J Alan Erwine
J Alan Erwine takes you into a future environmental nightmare that is not only all too possible, but is in fact well on the way there. The air and seas are filthy with pollution and oil spills, the U.S. Government is an effete and toothless replica of its former self, and business decides which rules they will allow to be enforced. Corporations lie, people die.
Including Erik Singer's brother Jeromie, killed while seeking evidence against an oil company regarding their spills in the Gulf. After five years, Erik has had enough of wallowing in loss and self-pity. Emboldened by the words and visions of a Native American environmentalist, Erik is ready to act.
And he has colleagues. The reluctant mayor of Tampa. The daughter of the most egregious industrialist. And a tree-hugging terrorist. Can just four people make a difference?
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The Saint and the Demon by Teri Santitoro and Ron Sparks
In the not-too-distant future, a young reporter reluctantly agrees to interview an aging, senile, old man in the heart of the Florida Everglades. In the humid, swampy environment, the reporter is sure that there can be no story of substance to report here, but the old man reveals that, in the past, his love was so strong and so passionate for a woman that he stopped at nothing to get her back when the forces of war tore them apart. He became a hero and a coward. A lover and a fighter. A saint and a devil. In his quest to rescue the woman he loved, he turned into something that she could no longer love.
Into the middle of this personal ordeal tumbles Cutter, a man from another world, sent to Earth to establish a breeding mission for his endangered race. He falls in love with an Earth woman, and must defend not only her, but also the future of his own people. The object of his alien affections, a young woman named Angel, finds herself suddenly thrust into a world of aliens and intrigue, and of a love that has far more dangerous consequences than she could possibly have imagined.
Santitoro and Sparks draw you into a world where the lines between friend and foe blur until Cutter and Angel cannot even be certain of each other. If one race has to die so that the other may live, who gets to choose? Cutter? Or the woman he loves? Or will the choice be taken from them by others far deadlier and far more powerful?
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Slideways by Faith Van Horne
Gerald Welford doesn’t care about the ancient treasures of Santorini. The sixteen-year-old talked his way into this archaeological dig for one reason: to discover a remnant of the lost city of Atlantis. When he finds a plain black book among the island’s ancient ruins, he is sure he has the clue. He cannot anticipate the world-shattering consequences his theft has unleashed.
Reva Schrock is fourteen, newly homeless, and possibly going insane. She hasn’t spoken to her imaginary friend, Quick, since kindergarten. Now he’s in her head again, trying to convince her he exists. On the plus side, Reva’s great aunt Darlene has offered to take her in until Reva’s life gets back to normal. But Darlene’s been keeping a secret: she’s an Akashic Librarian, charged with preserving and tracking each piece of recorded information that has ever existed. The Akashic Records span all worlds, including one that might be Quick’s. Now one of those records, a book called the Sundering Spell, has been stolen, and its absence may destroy all known realities. Reva’s relationship with Quick may be the key to finding the lost record and returning balance between the worlds.
Meanwhile, Gerald Welford must and recover the book to secure his legacy. At the same time, he must work with Reva to retrieve it. The damaged spell could break down the barrier between Atlantis (Quick’s world) and Reva’s, at last bringing these two worlds back together. Throughout her adventures, Reva will discover the truth about her family, her “imaginary" friend, and what it means to come home.
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The Spell Keeper by Dana M. Baird
In the land of Tevious, the people are suffering under the occupation of Trevarre, a foppish warlord-sorcerer with an undead army, and his accomplice Rangael, a corrupt High Priest with a lust for power. The Tevians’ only hope is the Spell Keeper, a hero who will come to overthrow the evil regime, reawaken the dormant currents of sorcery, and restore peace to their small country. They are surprised when they get Cassie, a fifteen-year-old from Illinois — but not as surprised as she is. With no way home, Cassie joins a rebellion led by an irreverent wise-woman, a former highwayman, and a healer with an important secret. Cassie must use her wits as well as her newfound powers to challenge Trevarre, discovering in the process that her lineage is somehow linked to the troubled land. She is potentially the most powerful sorceress that has ever lived. But her adversary can turn people inside out with a thought…
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Veil of Whispers by Dana Baird
Last year we published Baird's novel The Spell Keeper. Veil of Whispers is the second novel in The Spell Keeper Legends. In the city of Burken there are those still loyal to the former regime that terrorized the country for years. Now, with the city's two largest celebrations approaching, citizens are disappearing from the streets. There are rumors of a growing cult, intent on the destruction of the city and the Crown itself.
It all starts with a boat ablaze on a flooding river . . . and two apprentices who find a mysterious survivor.
But the cult hasn't reckoned on Cassie, the keeper of the spells. She's back: older, wiser, and hotter! And she has a sword that says so!
Remember the old saying about the manure and the wind farm? In Veil of Whispers, they're about to collide.
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The Waters of Nyr by Terrie Leigh Relf
Cassandra and Baron are just ordinary teenagers when they meet in a community college art class and discover that they have a lot in common. They both live with their grandmothers, move around a lot, and experience strange dreams and inklings.
Could they both be in the Witness Protection Program, too?
It doesn’t take long for Cassandra and Baron to discover that there are no coincidences—and they are far from ordinary. They barely escape being abducted by shapeshifters, their grandmothers go missing, and a mysterious group of men appear to whisk them away to safety—aboard a starslip to another galaxy.
But what—or who—are they being protected from, and what is this destiny that their grandmothers always hinted at but never quite revealed?
From the moons of Mahrain, to the beacon lights of Ranat and beyond, Cassandra and Baron struggle with knowing whom to trust—especially when their own uncle conspires to use them for a heinous purpose.
For only they can unleash the Waters of Nyr.
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