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Beloved by Rachel Starr Thomson

Beloved

The Sacred Land is in turmoil, and the terrible judgment foreseen by the prophets even now wings its way over the sea. A bloodthirsty queen reigns in the Holy City, and the dragon-headed god Kimash is ascendant.
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Comes the Dragon by Rachel Starr Thomson

Comes The Dragon

Alack and his surly mentor, Kol Abaddon, arrive in the Westland as slaves. But Kol Abaddon’s powerful God cannot be enslaved, and when he thunders out on their behalf, they find themselves standing before the new emperor.
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Rise by Rachel Starr Thomson

Rise

Haunted by images of the fire and desperate to know the truth about her destiny, April wrestles with inner demons that threaten to cut her off from those she loves most.
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Abaddon's Eve by Rachel Starr Thomson

Abaddon’s Eve

To Alack, a young shepherd boy, Kol Abbadon’s visions of coming destruction fascinate and disturb. But when Alack begins to see visions of his own, the course of his life changes as he treks into the wilderness to become a prophet in training.
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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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Renegade by Rachel Starr Thomson

Renegade

After the events in Attack, the Oneness returned home in triumph — all except Reese and Tyler, who remain on the road with the subversive cult leader called Jacob.
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The Babel Chip by Rachel Starr Thomson

The Babel Chip

Jordy Sharp dreams of musical success in Icarius, the City in the Sky–a metropolis of skyscrapers where the upper classes live hundreds of floors above the lower classes, travel happens in the air, and secrets disappear in the streets far below.
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Attack by Rachel Starr Thomson

Attack

Battling the hive–a network of humans and demons–nearly killed them all. Now Richard and Mary take the Oneness on the offensive: picking out their targets, the cell goes after the humans at the center of the hive one by one.
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Hive by Rachel Starr Thomson

Hive

Tired of sitting on the defensive, Chris and Tyler go after the hive–the dark entity created when humans and demons join forces. When they disappear, Reese and the others must continue the hunt.
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Angel In The Woods

As a good Giant trains Hawk, a nobleman’s son, to provide for the family, Hawk is transformed by the innocence and love of those around him.
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Lady Moon

Celine’s evil uncle’s latest caper threatens to devour the whole countryside and wants to force Tomas into a confrontation.
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Theodore Pharris Saves the Universe by Rachel Starr Thomson

Theodore Pharris Saves The Universe

Eight-year-old Theodore Pharris lives an incredibly boring life until the day he accidentally shoots a spaceship out of the sky with his slingshot.
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Taerith by Rachel Starr Thomson

Taerith

In a land of fog and fens, unicorns and wild men, Taerith stands at the crossroads of good and evil, where men are vanquished by their own obsessions or saved by faith in higher things.
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Coming Day

After rescuing the Gypsies from the emperor’s destruction, the warrior farmers of Pravik have returned home. But peace is proving to be as dangerous as war. Book 3 of the The Seventh World Trilogy fantasy series by Rachel Starr Thomson.
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Burning Light

As the Seventh World begins waking to unseen realities, the rise of the Gifted portends the coming of the King of ancient days — but evil is also waking. Book 2 of the The Seventh World Trilogy fantasy series by Rachel Starr Thomson.
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Worlds Unseen

When a dying friend arrives with truth about the Seventh World – in the form of a written covenant with evil – Maggie Sheffield is sent on a journey that will change her forever. Book 1 of the The Seventh World Trilogy series by Rachel Starr Thomson.
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