Fantasy

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The Silver Sphere

Rating: 3.5
The Silver Sphere takes place on the world of Azimuth, a planet with elements of both fantasy (mythical creatures, swords and sorcery, cloaks and horses and all) and science fiction (space ships and star darts).
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Living With Your Past Selves

Rating: 4
Taliesin Weaver was an ordinary boy until one day, all of his past reincarnations' memories awakened, sending him into an emotional and physical crisis that nearly killed him.
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Shu'Alu: Dragons Will Weep

Rating: 1.5
Princess Saraceirra, the part-human heiress of the kingdom of Shakuvia, is orphaned when the evil cat-woman sends her armies of dark elves to attack Sara's mother's palace.
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Ascension (Legacy of Ruin)

Rating: 3
Elemia is a distant land under the power of a strange force called the Ruin. Cities like Metropia that once brimmed with the hustle and bustle of urban life now stand mostly silent.
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Cascade

Rating: 3
Cascade follows the career of Bai Jiang, who at the age of ten, joins the army of Li, an empire which has been engaged for many years in warfare with its rivals, Tanaka and their allies the Smiths (a more Western-style kingdom ruled by Queen Marigold).
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The Last Falcon

Rating: 3.5
Erynn, a 14 year old girl, is hiding in a cave after watching her father murdered by thieves.
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Relics and Wonders: Lombard's Amulet

Rating: 3
When a thirteen year-old girl is kidnapped from an elf palace, a series of events is set in motion that threatens to forever alter the world around her.
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The Trinity Signs

Rating: 4
Mankind is in danger and there is no one better to help than Tobias Ramsey, the last remaining member of the Guardians, a special group of knights supported by the Vatican.
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Reternity

Rating: 4
Neal Wooten has woven together bible-based Christianity, cutting-edge science and a surprise element of fantasy. Wooten’s tale is a coming-of-age story concerning a young man conflicted between Christianity and a deep fascination with science.
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A Greater Monster

Rating: 3
Katzman bundles all we associate with genre-plot, character development, obstacle and resolution—and tosses them into a hamper. There is no adequate way to describe this book in traditional terms.
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Farsighted

Rating: 4
High school sophomore Alex Kosmitoras is blind. And just when he thinks his loser life isn’t hard enough, he can see - into the future.
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The Crimson Battle Axe

Rating: 2.5
Gnarl, who wields the eponymous axe, fights against his oppressors, the humans, who for over a hundred years have enslaved his people. Thelady, the daughter of a human warrior, is an unlikely symbol of kindheartedness in an otherwise malicious species. She should be Gnarl’s natural enemy, but when Gnarl meets Thelady, he vows to protect her if she should ever need it.
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Oracle: Sunken Earth

Rating: 4
Oracle: Sunken Earth, the first book in C. W. Trisef’s seven-title Ret Cooper series, begins with Ret washed ashore after a particularly severe hurricane, a storm which cost the life of his Coast Guard captain rescuer.
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Neiko's Five Land Adventure

Rating: 4
Amanda Hawk is an eighteen year old girl from Loganville, Georgia who becomes brave warrior Captain Neiko Kidd in the make-believe land of Quari, where she leads her action figures against the evil Crackedskulls.
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Darkmage

Rating: 4
Darien Lauchlin has just been made a Grand Master of Aerysius when his brother, Aiden—who has just made a pact with the Lord of the Netherworld, Xerys—uses his power to utterly destroy Aerysius, a city high on a mountain.
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The Toy Sorcerer

Rating: 3.5
Fourteen year-old Alice Towers has awful dreams…nightmares really, where she is unable to walk. We are tossed into this scenario, which quickly moves from to unstable to surreal. It seems that Alice is trapped in The Realm of Dreams, where human dreams become reality.
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Misfits & Heroes: West From Africa

Rating: 5
The act of a social outcast releasing a wanderer from her bonds begins a story that soon intertwines the lives of many with the history of Africa and Western exploration. The time is approximately 12,000 BC when Naaba and Asha meet and start their unconventional journey.
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The Darkening Dream

Rating: 4
It is 1913 and the residents of Salem, MA, have no idea that their bustling town has recently become home to feuding vampires on the trail of a long lost treasure.
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The Black Stone Prophecy

Rating: 3
Alex Baj’s Young Adult Fantasy novel The Black Stone Prophecy is the first in a series centered around 12 year old Tom O’Malley and the magical realm of Nyi.
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Spire

Rating: 4
The central conflict of the story—which include strong fantasy elements cooking side-by-side with the sci-fi--exists between The Collective’s police state, the 'samples' or persons exposed to their drug experiments, and those making and distributing illegal drugs for profit.
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Fezariu's Epiphany

Rating: 2.5
Bruised by a rough childhood, a young man joins up with a legendary band of mercenaries and begins an exciting new life.
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Blood for Love

Rating: 2.5
The imaginary planet called D’ot is not a happy place. It is “peopled” with creatures who have evolved into reptilian humanoids. They are violent and sadistic and lack the basic compassion that is crucial in any society.
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To Kill a Warlock

Rating: 4
Though there’s plenty of sex and violence in this murderous tale there’s also just the right amount of humor and fairy dust sprinkled throughout.