Truthbearer: The Journeys of Connor Clark, Hans Erdman

Truthbearer: The Journeys of Connor Clark

Journey with Connor Clark, his elven wife, and their daughter as they carry the Truth about the coming evil to the Nine Worlds of men and elves.
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Rise of the Seers, Daniel Whyte IV

Rise of the Seers

Ethan’s only wish is to stop seeing the realm beyond the veil. But seeing it is his gift to the world.
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Day Moon, Brett Armstrong
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Day Moon

Eluding the authorities, one teen holds the past and future’s key.
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“An intriguing masterpiece of character relationships, marked by deception and betrayal, displays authentic human interactions and motivations on the story’s canvas.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Path of Angels, Dawn Witzke

Path of Angels

The path less traveled is dangerous.
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The Third Strand, Jane E. Hedrick

The Third Strand

Earth’s worst years that have begun and Gabriella is chosen to expose the coming great deception.
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The Songweaver’s Vow, Laura VanArendonk Baugh
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The Songweaver’s Vow

When Euthalia’s father trades her to Viking raiders, her best hope is to be made a wife instead of a slave. Instead, she is sacrificed as a bride to a god.
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“Laura VanArendonk Baugh masterfully draws on legends and myths both familiar and obscure to create a world that is all too similar to our own.” — Lorehaven Magazine
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Tyrant: Rise of the Beast

In the first century, a Roman, a Jew and a Christian uncover a secret letter of resistance predicting the world’s end: the Revelation of the apostle John.
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“Brian Godawa’s Tyrant unites history, spiritual warfare, and eschatology in an ambitious epic.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Remnant, William Michael Davidson

The Remnant

Colton Pierce apprehends Abberants who display symptoms of faith. Then he learns his own son is targeted for extraction.
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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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Albion Academy, Elijah David

Albion Academy

Is a Djinni just a trickster? Can a wizard only learn magic? Must a Valkyrie always ferry the dead?
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Skipjack and the Baleful Banshee, Geoffrey Keith Werner

Skipjack and the Baleful Banshee

Pilot-Captain Jack Anders, his patrol ship crew, and med-rescue team stumble into a clandestine war between galactic governments.
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When Ash Rains Down, Cecelia Earl

When Ash Rains Down

One girl must accept that she is not quite human so she can train for the impending battle between heaven and hell.
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The Flaming Sword, Heather L. L. FitzGerald

The Flaming Sword

Sadie and her family must return to the Tethered World to protect the Flaming Sword of Cherubythe from a treacherous plot to steal it.
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The Shattered Vigil, Patrick W. Carr

The Shattered Vigil

A single terrible choice faces the vigil. Hide in safety and let darkness take over the land or face the growing danger and risk all of their lives.
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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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Scarlet Moon, S.D. Grimm

Scarlet Moon

The hunted Feravolk are counting on Jayden, a dagger-wielding, storm-detecting orphan, to save their race—but they killed her family.
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Nick Newton Is Not a Genius, S. E. M. Ishida
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Nick Newton is Not a Genius

Nick Newton is an ordinary boy from a family of extraordinary geniuses, but that doesn’t stop him from making his own discoveries—whether they be unusual inventions or unexpected friendships.
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“Children and grown-ups alike will be charmed by this gentle, creative tale.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Rachel and the Many-Splendored Dreamland, L. Jagi Lamplighter

Rachel and the Many-Splendored Dreamland

It’s Halloween at the Roanoke Academy for the Sorcerous Arts, and Rachel Griffin is stirring up the dead!
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Orphan's Song, Gillian Bronte Adams
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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.
“A classic medieval fantasy setting populated with archetypes that somehow feel fresh and vigorous.” — Lorehaven Magazine
A Time to Rise, Nadine Brandes

A Time To Rise

Parvin Blackwater is dead. At least that’s what the Council—and the world—thinks.
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Jupiter Storm, C.J. Darlington

Jupiter Storm

Light and darkness blur as two young women stand on the brink of an interplanetary war.
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Sword of Deliverance, Anne H. Campbell

Sword of Deliverance

It takes an assassin’s sword to cleave open the past and pierce the evil of magic and murder, betrayal and revenge.
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Among the Shadows, Darrick Dean

Among the Shadows

Six among us are called to stand against what hides among the shadows, and hold our fate in their hands.
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Tainted, Morgan L. Busse

Tainted

Kat Bloodmayne and Stephen Grey search World City and beyond for a doctor who can cure Kat. What they discover goes beyond science and into magic.
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Into the Shadow Wood, Allison D. Reid

Into The Shadow Wood

Honor-bound to continue the quest of a deceased friend, Einar is plunged into the depths of the notorious Shadow Wood.
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Sparrow, Mandy Fender

Sparrow

As an army rises, so does one girl’s faith … and it will change everything.
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Nikolai The Penitent: A Novel Of The Brotherhood Of The Cross

SALVATION MUST BE PAID IN BLOOD. The Black Death ravages 14th century Europe. Kingdoms crumble, cities fall, family members abandon one another. God has forsaken His children and now chaos reigns. A young man who has lost everything is swept […]
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The Word Endangered, Steve Rzasa

The Word Endangered

A conspiracy threatens to unravel the progress the Five Realms made in the last decade. Not to mention, strain the development of Zarco and Ria’s marriage.
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Chains of Gwyndorr, Joan Campbell

Chains Of Gwyndorr

Stolen magic … secret schemes … can the power unleashed be an even greater chain that they’ve come to bear?
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Wolf of the Tesseract, Christopher D Schmitz
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Wolf of the Tesseract

A girl discovers she is the daughter of the Architect King and hideous, powerful beasts seek her blood to unlock an evil dimension that will devour her world.
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“Despite its sometimes confusing plot . . . Wolf of the Tesseract is a satisfying adventure.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Legacy Rewound, Kat Heckenbach

Legacy Rewound

Melinda knew Kalek’s music created powerful visions, but it wasn’t supposed to actually send her into the past!
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Monster, Mirriam Neal

Monster

In 2053, WorldCure scientist Eva Stewart’s medical career becomes a nightmare when she discovers writing on her Subject’s cell wall. “I still have a soul.”
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The Raven, The Elf, and Rachel, L. Jagi Lamplighter

The Raven, the Elf, and Rachel

Rachel Griffin returns for more wonder-filled days at Roanoke Academy for the Sorcerous Arts.
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Saint Death, Mike Duran
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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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“. . . A gritty angels-and-demons yarn with astronomical stakes.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Frayed, Kerry Nietz
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Frayed

When an atypical chore brings debutter ThreadBare into contact with Sandfly and HardCandy, things get complicated.
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“This slow-burning psychological drama holds rich rewards for those who unravel its thematic threads.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin, L. Jagi Lamplighter

The Unexpected Enlightenment of Rachel Griffin

A young British girl in a world without God, Christ, or angels goes away to magic school, and begins to discover things even the Wise do not know.
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Defy, Tricia Mingerink

Defy

The war for Acktar has begun. War demands sacrifice. Courage falters. Who will find the strength to defy King Respen?
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Astray, J. F. Rogers

Astray

In a world overrun with vampires, one troubled teen must turn to a God she doesn’t know to save her newfound family.
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Curse, Steven James

Curse

A high school student experiencing visions has been recruited by a secret organization to find a senator’s kidnapped daughter.
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