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Sword of the Broken Son, Shaun Stevenson

Sword of the Broken Son

As an unstoppable army attacks the kingdom, a young girl must journey to find an ancient weapon that may hold the key to saving or destroying the entire known world.
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Phoenix Fire, S. D. Grimm

Phoenix Fire

When life changes overnight for Ava, she’ll have to fight harder than ever to keep the family and love she never thought she could have.
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The Last Runner, Shaun Stevenson

The Last Runner

A teenage boy, enslaved to run jobs for the elite, must face the world of Abra, where monsters run free, Queens rule like iron, and death is only a breath away.
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The Tremblers, Raquel Byrnes
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The Tremblers

Branded as traitors, Ashton and Charlotte brave the treacherous floating sky ports of Outer City to hunt down an elusive inventor.
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“Crack open this rip-roaring tale of post-apocalyptic steampunk peril.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Last Motley, D. J. Edwardson

The Last Motley

Can Roderick the tailor save a doomed boy from his nightmares and keep them from spilling out into the world around them?
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Daniel and the Trinue Quest, Nathan Lumbatis

Daniel and the Triune Quest

Daniel survived one quest, but the quest for the Triune Shield will require a face to face battle with a psychopathic goddess of pestilence.
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Secret of the Lost King, Shaun Stevenson

Secret of the Lost King

As an evil Emperor chases them down, two young kids must find an old enemy of the kingdom, rescue a lost king, and discover the truth about their own forgotten memories.
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The Beast of Talesend, Kyle Robert Shultz
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The Beast of Talesend

He didn’t believe in magic or monsters—until magic turned him into a monster.
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“Kyle Robert Shultz creates an enchanting story world grounded in familiarity yet saturated with fairy-tale qualities. Add a distinctly British ambience and this story is primed to delight.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Alfred: The Boy Who Would Be King

Alfred: The Boy Who Would Be King

In a grim fantasy world where the Father of Light seems long lost, can a modern day boy help a wizard, a cleric, knights and peasants have faith again?
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Harvest of Prey, Alexander Preston

Harvest Of Prey

A team of naturalists find themselves face to face with an abomination spawned by unimaginable evil.
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Daniel and the Sun Sword, Nathan Lumbatis

Daniel and the Sun Sword

Daniel gets more than he bargained for when the God of Life sets him on a quest to fight the god of the underworld.
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Kracken

The year is 135 New Reckoning. A Godless world is rebuilding itself. Mike Stone finds himself running for his life through a jungle-planet filled with terrors and a monster known only as the Kracken.
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"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 Maze

With his family in danger and his soul in peril, Jamie Burroughs is forced to reevaluate the kind of man he truly is as he struggles to escape The Maze before it’s too late. Book 1 of the The Lost Labyrinth series, spiritual-warfare fantasy for young-adult readers.
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Dark Hour

Greensboro has fallen. For ex-reverend Jeff Weldon and those under his care, it is a losing battle, but the tale turns with the return of his brother Dras.
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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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Enemies Of The Cross

After Dras Weldon’s stand against the Strange Man, Dras’s older brother Jeff discovers the demon’s arrival was no accident.
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Night Of The Living Dead Christian

Matt teams with a mad scientist, an android, a vampire and a church of zombies to help his neighbor werewolf. Yet their time is running out.
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The Dragon’s Tooth

Cyrus and Antigone Smith must swear an oath to an order of explorers who preserve the world’s secrets — keepers of powerful relics from lost civilizations, and jailers to unkillable criminals. Book 1 of the Ashtown Burials series, fantasy for middle-grade readers.
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The Strange Man

Twenty-two and unemployed, Dras Weldon is content to hide in the shadow of spiritual adolescence. But when a demonic stranger arrives, Dras is drawn into a battle that forces him to choose which side he is on. Book 1 of the The Coming Evil Trilogy series.
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Hunter

A beast is loose somewhere north of the Arctic Circle and it’s already charged through a secret research facility, wiping out the elite military squad that had been guarding it. By James Byron Huggins.
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Monster by Frank Peretti

Monster

Someone — no, something — emerges from the dense woods and begins pursuing them. Dependent on the efforts of a small town and a band of friends, Reed knows they have little time to find Beck.
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Cain

Alive, Cain had been their deadliest killer; dead, he became their greatest nightmare. When Cain awakes, he is transformed: he has become the ultimate predator. By James Byron Huggins.
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