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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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Plenilune, Jennifer Freitag

Plenilune

The fate of Plenilune hangs on the election of the Overlord, for which Rupert de la Mare and his brother are the only contenders.
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The Willow Branch by Lela Markham

The Willow Branch

A healer must mend a fractured kingdom and bring two enemy races together before a greater enemy destroys them both.
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The Day She Died, Bill Garrison

The Day She Died

If a middle-aged time traveler can prevent the 20-year-old murder of his college fiancee, what happens to his wife and children?
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The Giant's Walk, David Skinner

The Giant’s Walk

An astronaut seeks the miraculous intervention of a beatified priest, who a century before had pursued a giant to Mars.
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Merlin's Nightmare, Robert Treskillard

Merlin’s Nightmare

A king in danger. A bleeding kingdom. And Merlin’s nightmare stalks the land.
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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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A Draw Of Kings

Their journey to Merakh should have made Errol and his companions heroes of the realm. Instead, they’ve been branded enemies of the kingdom.
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Into a Strange Land, Ben Anderson

Into A Strange Land

Grandpa has been hiding a secret in the Potato cellar—a relic from a lost age of Ireland that leads to the world of the Others.
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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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Taming the Goblin, Ben Anderson

Taming The Goblin

Frederick must choose to become truly human, or become like a goblin, while the goblin, Nous, must choose to stay a goblin, or become more human.
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The Western Gods, Caleb Eatough

The Western Gods

A Native-American goddess falls in love with an Irish-Catholic priest as he seeks to evangelize the Arapaho Indians.
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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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The Hero’s Lot

When Sarin Valon, the corrupt secondus of the conclave, flees Erinon and the kingdom, Errol believes his biggest job is to befriend the dying king.
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The Witch and the Waking Tree, Ben Anderson

The Witch and The Waking Tree

Colleen and Frederick encounter the terrible witch that has ruled the strange land into which they have fallen.
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Men of Renown by Robert J. A. Gilbert

Men Of Renown

Men of Renown blends the legend of Atlantis with the story of Noah’s flood in a sword-and-sorcery adventure for the whole family.
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A Light in the Darkness, Heather Sutherlin

A Light In The Darkness

When a mysterious archer shows up in the forest, Merrilyn becomes caught in a battle between two forgotten gods.
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Journey to Aviad

Journey To Aviad

Elowyn and her sister set out on a remarkable journey that challenges the path Aviad the Creator has laid out for them.
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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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Finding Angel by Kat Heckenbach

Finding Angel

Angel doesn’t remember her magical heritage … but it remembers her. Magic and science collide when she embarks on a journey to her true home, and to herself.
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Waterfall, Lisa T. Bergren

Waterfall

What do you do when your knight in shining armor lives, literally, in a different world?
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Summa Elvetica: A Casuistry Of The Elvish Controversy

In a medieval fantasy world in which the realm of man is dominated by a rich and powerful Church, the Most Sanctified Charity IV decides the time is ripe to make a conclusive inquiry: do elves have immortal souls?
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On The Edge Of The Dark Sea Of Darkness

Three children will need all their gifts and their parents’ love to survive the evil pursuit of the venomous Fangs of Dang.
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Erling’s Word

Vikings had killed Ailill’s parents and forced him into slavery. Then he was mistaken for a priest and rescued by a Norwegian noble. Now “Father” Ailill must face the dangers of life in a hostile land. Historical fantasy by Lars Walker.
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Grail

Arthur is grievously injured — until a secret relic is brought before the dying King; a Holy Grail that heals his wounds and restores his vigor. But soon evil enters the royal court in the guise of a beautiful maiden. Book 5 of The Pendragon Cycle series, medieval fantasy for adult readers.
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Arthur

He was Arthur, Pendragon of the Isle of the Mighty. His courage would be lauded; his enemies, legion; his reign, legendary. Yet, in the midst of virtue, an evil would arise to challenge Britain’s most brilliant Crown. Book 2 of The Pendragon Cycle series, medieval fantasy for adult readers.
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Merlin

Born of a union between druid and faery, Merlin was trained as a bard and schooled in the ways of battle. But his heart and calling were greater than a warrior’s. Book 2 of The Pendragon Cycle series, medieval fantasy for adult readers.
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The Power and The Prophet

Book 3 in the Pelmen the Powershaper series by Robert Don Hughes.
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The Wizard In Waiting

Book 2 in the Pelmen the Powershaper series by Robert Don Hughes.
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Many Waters

Thrown across time and space, Sandy and Dennys have to reunite an estranged father and son, but it won’t be easy, especially when the son is named Noah and he’s about to start building a boat in the desert. By Madeleine L’Engle.
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The Prophet Of Lamath

Beware the Dragon! The dragon was divided! Its two heads, Vicia and Heinox, were fighting for control of its massive body. Book 1 in the Pelmen the Powershaper series, by Robert Don Hughes.
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Stone Of Help

A lover’s heartbreaking search and the astonishing restoration. The Chataine’s guardian, Roman, sees his dreams fulfilled beyond his wildest hopes when the armies invading Lystra are felled by disease and Roman’s Commander, Galapos, assumes rulership of the country. Moreover, Roman […]
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Liberation Of Lystra

Secure on the throne of Lystra, Roman, the Chataine’s former guardian, heeds a warning that a nearby ruler is amassing power to strike. Roman decides to answer the threat himself. But his willful wife Deirdre, now ruling beside him, persuades […]
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Chataine’s Guardian

“I am assigning a guardian to ward you. His name is Roman. …” Thus begins Surchatain Karel’s explanation to his daughter, ten-year-old Chataine Deirdre, as to why her life is about to change dramatically. Karel’s small country, Lystra, possesses the […]
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The Sword and The Flame

The Dragon King who rules the land of Mensandor is none other than Quentin, whose courage and heroism have slowly transformed him from an orphaned servant into a war hero, respected leader, and a fierce man of faith. Book 3 of the Dragon King Trilogy series, fantasy for adult readers.
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War Of The Moonrhymes

The Moonrhymes are invaded from the underworld by Drog soldiers who have escaped from the Kingdom of Ren. For the first time in their existence, the peaceful Moonrhymes must learn the arts of war. Book 3 of The Singreale Chronicles series, fantasy for teen readers and older.
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Star Riders Of Ren

In the land of Ren, Graygill heroes Raccoman and Velissa meet the mystical King Ren, whose knights are locked in a war of betrayal. Many of the knights have left the palace and have challenged Ren’s right to rule. Book 2 of The Singreale Chronicles series, fantasy for teen readers and older.
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