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Saint Death, Mike Duran

Saint Death

Only Reagan Moon and his weathered compatriots can prevent the angel’s arrival. Yet earth guardians aren’t indestructible … as Saint Death is about to prove.
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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.
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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Heretic Hunter

As an agent of the Tolerance Bureau, Jim Rogan’s specialty is tracking down cerebral criminals. Heretics.
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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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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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42 Months Dry

Angry, arrogant, and armed to the teeth, Eli Tishbi is ready for his next assignment. He may not look like a divine messenger, but his god is sending him to settle a score with the king of Ephraim. Biblical/alternate-historical urban contemporary fiction for young-adult readers and older.
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