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Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World, Bryan Davis

Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World

Eddie Hertz is smart, real smart. He has to be. What other twelve-year-old patrols the streets of Nirvana alone, hoping to foil the schemes of the evil Mephisto?
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The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis

Lorehaven Book Club: Austin, Texas

Austin, Texas residents: join us September through October 2017 to explore “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.”
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Alison Henry and the Creatures of Torone, C. J. Darlington

Alison Henry and the Creatures of Torone

Alison Henry finds herself in the strange land of Torone, where evil beasts trap and devour the creatures of the woods and the rightful heir to the throne is on the run.
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Shatterworld by Lelia Rose Foreman

Shatterworld

When 12-year-old Rejoice discovers aliens in the ocean and then the doom that is aimed at her planet, she needs to help her people find a way to survive.
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Arrow, R. J. Anderson

Arrow

She swore never to shed blood in violence, no matter how grave the danger. But when a faery war threatens her home, the price of peace may be higher than Rhosmari can pay.
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Songkeeper by Gillian Bronte Adams

Songkeeper

War ravages Leira and the Song has fallen silent. Freed from the hold of a slave ship, Birdie, the young Songkeeper, and Ky, a street-wise thief, emerge to a world at war.
Meg Mitchell & the Secret of the Journal by Amy Williams

Meg Mitchell & The Secret Of The Journal

Raised in an alien world by adoptive parents, Meg Mitchell spends her time fighting Centaurs and training as an Andai warrior. But when Meg uncovers her birth father’s journal, she discovers a cousin she didn’t know existed.
Rebel by R. J. Anderson

Rebel

The last time Timothy broke a rule, he got suspended. But when he defies the faery empress, it might well get him killed.
A Pocket Full of Murder by R. J. Anderson

A Pocket Full Of Murder

In the spell-powered city of Tarreton, twelve-year-old Isaveth is poor, but she’s also brave, loyal, and zealous in the pursuit of justice—which is lucky, because her father has just been wrongfully arrested for murder.
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Knife by R.J. Anderson

Knife

Forget everything you think you know about faeries. Creatures full of magic and whimsy? Not in the Oakenwyld. Not anymore.

Of Mobsters and Magic

Crossing the Mob is a good way to end up dead – even if you have superpowers. Jason Fentris is headed for trouble in a big way.
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Sithrah: Kingdom of the Air

Sithrah: Kingdom Of The Air

Nirvana Page wanted to see the world. Then a mysterious force crashes their plane, separating Nirvana from her dad, and stranding her in a strange and unfamiliar land.

Tears Of The Tuon

Stolen! Cubs of the bear-like tuon people have been abducted while their parents were worshiping at the temple of Yah Elyon. Gratta, one of the tuon chiefs, must ensure the cubs’ safe return home.
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A New Threat

What started out as a simple mission becomes complicated when Bast and Rrrark discover a pirate scheme that might be more than it seems. Are they along with two of the aliens called Psygens capable of stopping the pirates?

Waking Beauty

Prince Arpien intends to gain a throne and the sleeping beauty’s heart with a single kiss. But kissing the princess is only the beginning of a series of unforeseen obstacles: man-eating bugs, deadly spindles, talking lapdogs, and fiery pickles.
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Slumbering by C.S. Johnson

Slumbering

Sixteen-year-old Hamilton Dinger finds himself reluctantly allied with a changeling dragon and a beautiful warrior as they seek to protect Apollo City.
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Of Secrets and Sorcery by Chris Solaas

Of Secrets and Sorcery

When Kyne moves to a “haunted” house, he begins having vivid and frightening dreams of another world where dragons and magic are real, and everyone he meets is trying to kill him!
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Trinka and The Thousand Talismans

Trinka lives in a world called Ellipsis where schools prize their students’ abilities to predict the future, until she flunks out of her fantastical school.
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Orphan’s Song

Every generation has a Songkeeper – one chosen to keep the memory of the Song alive. And in every generation, there are those who seek to destroy the chosen one.
"The Warden and the Wolf King" by Andrew Peterson

The Warden and The Wolf King

Sea dragons lurk in the waters. Wicked Stranders crawl through the burrows. Monsters and Fangs and villains lie between the children and their only hope of victory—in the epic conclusion of The Wingfeather Saga.

The Word Changers

Fifteen-year-old Posy finds herself in a kingdom ruled by a king and queen who have attempted to usurp the role that belongs only to their story’s Author.

The King’s Scrolls

Hidden in the vast mining valley north of Valcré, a faithful crete has spent years sharing his knowledge with the destitute miners and their families and holds what may be Arcacia’s last surviving copies of the King’s Scrolls.
Exile by Rachel Starr Thomson

Exile

In a world where the Oneness exists, nothing looks the same. Dead men walk. Demons prowl the air. Old friends peel back their mundane masks and prove as supernatural as angels.
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The Book Beyond Time

Marcus MacMillan is driven to pursue a crazy vision concerning PathOne — the route that is detailed in The Book Beyond Time, a mysterious ancient volume.
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Wasted Wood

Folklore of a Tree Troll has always been whispered about in Misty Peaks. But now Hudson must decide if he believes it or not.
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Unleash

Game on! The Wikk kids unleash fresh courage in the face of new adventures! Working as a team, they tackle their greatest dangers yet!
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Rubies and Robbers

Ian must unravel the secrets of the mountain and discern whom his real enemy is, the enemy both without and within. Book 3 of the Ian’s Realm Saga series, fantasy for middle-grade readers and older.
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Just Behind The Waterfall: You’ll Never Know Until You Look

When two friends are captured by a cave’s strange inhabitants, the Elendir, their quest for escape begins. Jamie takes a kind approach, trying to win over the creatures. Elliott, however, chooses a much darker path.
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The Dragon Shield

Ian returns to the Realm to fight against the tyranny that has befallen his friends. But the Realm is a different place, and Ian has a hard time proving his allegiance when trouble follows him through the portal. Book 2 of the Ian’s Realm Saga series, fantasy for middle-grade readers and older.
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The Sword Of Six Worlds

Untrained, unsure and hunted, Validus Smith must recover the fabled Sword of Six Worlds, the only weapon capable of defeating the Blight.
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Fire Prophet

What if you could actually see angels and fallen angels engaging in battle–and you were expected to join the fight?
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Devil’s Hit List

The hottest new thing on the street is a virtual reality experience that makes crack cocaine look like cotton candy. Only one side effect: it’s lethal.
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Hero Game: A Superhero Space Adventure

Three virtual superheroes are all that stand in the way of a virtual army intent on invading Earth. But it may take more than super powers to win the war.
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Coming Storm

Obbin isn’t your average boy. Obbin is a prince of the Blauwe Mensen. What’s more, he’s blue.
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Sneak

Logan Langly went in to get his Mark, but he backed out at the last minute. Now he’s on the run from government agents who will stop at nothing to capture him.
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Deception Peak

Teenager Ian Wilson follows his father through a portal that magically appears on their computer screen.
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Risk

Ancient cities, treacherous villains, high-tech gadgets, a race to find a mysterious planet and stop the Ubel renegades from misusing its long-lost secrets.
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Lucas: Guardian Of Truth

After being humiliated by bullies, eleven-year-old Lucas Phelman is given a strange watch with bizarre effects.
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Swipe

Everyone gets the Mark. It gives all the benefits of citizenship. Yet if getting the Mark is such a good thing, then why does it feel so wrong?
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