Fantasy

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Fantastical, weird, and macabre stories resonant: WITH A VOICE THAT IS OFTEN STILL CONFUSED BUT IS BECOMING EVER LOUDER AND CLEARER

Rating: 4
Hamantaschen’s collection of nine short stories displays a wide-ranging writing style that is a deft blend of horror, the bizarre and literary pop-culture.
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Whimsical worlds and psychological adventures abound for a clever bookworm-hoarder in THE NOVEL LIFE OF CORAL AMBROSE

Rating: 4.5
When a book lover comes into possession of a magical item that allows her to transport herself into the different worlds of her novels, she embarks on adventure after adventure, each one leading her closer to unraveling a mystery in her real world.
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Love drives a mortal to request immortality within the Tuatha De Danann in: OLD BLOOD

Rating: 5
A search and rescue mission turns into a bizarre yet unforgettable supernatural adventure.
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Talents buried in another realm, another timeline in: THE OWL FROM OBLIVION

Rating: 3.5
For Stefan and his family, the special abilities they utilize in their world will be challenged when a torn timeline transports them to present-day Earth.
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MOXIE’S PROBLEM: New adventures abound in an untraditional -- and at times contemporary -- Camelot

Rating: 3
In a Camelot that’s anything but glamorous, a group of three apprentice knights get their mettle tested as they set out on a number of different quests together.
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A goofy and irreverent take on Armageddon in: THE ANTICHRIST OF KOKOMO COUNTY

Rating: 3.5
Worried that his son might be the spawn of Satan, a dad will do anything to keep his child from realizing his dark destiny, much to the concern and annoyance of everyone else.
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Aliens on Hawaii? Find out in: AN UNUSUAL ISLAND

Rating: 3
A blend of science fiction and fantasy, AN UNUSUAL ISLAND follows a pair of American twins who discover an alien race hiding the remains of their world on what appears to be a Hawaiian island.
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KASMAH FORMA: The three worlds in one

Rating: 3
KASMAH-FORMA is part of the story of the peoples and places on the world of Kasmah, a planet of deserts, forests, and a city where learning and power struggles are intertwined.
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An aspiring journalist by day is paralyzed by prophetic dreams in: THE PHOENIX RISING: DESTINY CALLS

Rating: 3
A fantastical adventure through a refreshingly creative and elaborate world, THE PHOENIX RISING: DESTINY CALLS is heavy on plot and light on logic.
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Mummy's the word in: Abracadabra Tut

Rating: 5
Fletcher Perry, a somewhat nerdy middle school student and amateur magician is the unexpected recipient of an Egyptian coffin that was sold at an auction.
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The Western Golem

Rating: 2.5
A young man named Olan witnesses a series of bizarre incidents after encountering a police officer who explodes into dozens of white mice.
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The Axe and the Throne

Rating: 3
A horde of marauding barbarians from the North with a secret agenda, a man who seeks revenge on these barbarians, a scheming palace eunuch, and a young servant girl from islands to the south—these are just some of the many characters who inhabit the world of M.D. Ireman's THE AXE AND THE THRONE.
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The Muses: Escaping Montague Manor

Rating: 4
Ten-year-old Sarah and her twelve-year-old brother Nickolas leave their happy home in Silver Springs, Colorado to live with their mysterious Great Aunt Vivian in an enchanted mansion in Sydney, Australia.
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Blackcloak

Rating: 4.5
A man destined to be a powerful weapon struggles with self-identity as powerful forces race to claim him for their side. BLACKCLOAK: A MAN OF HIS SWORD is a dream-like adventure through a shattered mind in a world filled with strange creatures and unusual magic.
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Freddy Fumple and the Mindmonsters

Rating: 4
A 10-year-old boy moves to the country with his parents and older sister, only to realize that their new house is haunted and there are strange creatures popping up unexpectedly in his backyard.
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A charming and clever quest in: Jabberwocky

Rating: 5
JABBERWOCKY is a bright and beautiful collection of stories, which take a classic poem in new and engaging directions. Lewis Carroll would be delighted.
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The Nothingness

Rating: 3.5
Evie Westvale is stuck in a never-ending spiral of drugs and drunkenness with no end or future in sight. Suddenly, a mysterious stranger starts showing up in her reality and her darkest dreams.
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Keys to Atlantis

Rating: 3
A young man, traveling back in time with his grandfather, must find the way to Atlantis and the antimatter needed to send his family’s time ship forward in time. Jon Sinclair is a teenage time-traveler, the son and grandson of time-travelers.
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Lisen faces more challenges as disaster strikes after she gains the throne in: Blooded

Rating: 5
The third installment in the Lisen of Solsta series, BLOODED tracks the journey of Lisen, ex-valley girl and reluctant ruler, as she at last ascends her rightful throne as Empir of the other-dimensional Garla.
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The Tides of Artalon

Rating: 3
A fitting end to Lewis’s rich high fantasy series, THE TIDES OF ARTALON wraps up the character arcs for all of the series’s numerous characters.
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Siren's Rune

Rating: 3
SIREN’S RUNE is an imaginative work about a woman on a mission to cross the ocean alone but unexpectedly falls in love with a time-traveling mermaid.
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Covenant

Rating: 4
COVENANT has an engaging plot that comments on some hot-button issues through a richly developed world and an intriguing cast of characters.
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Incursion

Rating: 2.5
An astrophysicist marooned in a parallel universe attempts to find and rescue his brother and keep himself and his friends safe from ruthless human and alien villains alike.
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Linkage

Rating: 2.5
A pair of brothers find themselves facing the possible destruction of the human race when one of their experiments goes badly wrong.