Contagion, Marcy G. Dyer

Contagion

Weaponized rabies and power-hungry politicians make for a deadly combination. Zombies roam the earth. Three families stand to lose everything.
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Infusion, Alyssa Thiessen

Infusion

When an ordinary girl is brought from death, she discovers horrifying creatures determined to invade the human dimension.
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The Null Prophecy, Michael Guillen

The Null Prophecy

Space weather scientists in Northeast Canada have spotted holes opening in Earth’s magnetosphere.
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A Marriage in Time, Anna M. Aquino
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A Marriage in Time

One divine encounter thrusts Lacy Stevens into biblical history and will change her life.
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“Anna M. Aquino paints a rich historical setting for a timeless tale of the bondage of sin . . . and the power of forgiveness.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Battleborn, Joshua C. Chadd

Battleborn

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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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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Mindfire, Allen Steadham

Mindfire

Power alone does not make a hero or villain.
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The Kinsman's Tree, Timothy Michael Hurst
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The Kinsman’s Tree

God may choose the least to be the instrument of his greatness.
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“Readers will find charm in the everyday life of the Etom boy Nat, his mother Nida, and the other Etom . . .” — Lorehaven Magazine
For Steam and Country, Jon Del Arroz
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For Steam and Country

A girl inherits an airship from her adventurer father and finds herself in the middle of a war.
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“Glimpses of a wider world and history, unexpected twists, and some good old-fashioned derring-do.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Alison Henry and the Creatures of Torone, C. J. Darlington
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Alison Henry and the Creatures of Torone

Alison Henry finds herself in the strange land of Torone, where evil beasts trap and devour the creatures of the woods and the rightful heir to the throne is on the run.
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“Familiar but satisfying, and female heroes lend a modern flair . . . good comfort food for people who dream of other realms.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Genesis Tree, Heather L. L. FitzGerald

The Genesis Tree

Sadie and her family return to the Tethered World for the ultimate showdown, as the forces of darkness plot to seize control of the Flaming Sword.
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Breakwater, Catherine Jones Payne
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Breakwater

Can the city’s divisions be mended before the upwelling of hate rips apart everything Jade loves?
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“Readers looking for a quick, pleasant read . . . will find that this book swims well.” — Lorehaven Magazine
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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Spark, J. M. Hackman

Spark

In an alternate reality, a young teen must find her missing mother and warn a city of an invading army.
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Dongeng, Anna Tan
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Dongeng

Thrust into a world of magical creatures, one girl must discover how to save them from fading.
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“Anna Tan creates a beautiful multicultural world for Dongeng. . . . Danger and hope, fear and joy all come to life in this thoroughly fun adventure.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Road to Armageddon, Clabe Polk

The Road to Armageddon

Mark Bishop never suspects that he is buying into a strategy for world domination operated by the Antichrist.
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Logic's End, Keith A. Robinson.
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Logic’s End

Evolutionary scientist Rebecca Evans must survive on an alien planet whose only law is “survival of the fittest.”
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“An intricate and weighty work of science fiction, overflowing with ideas and with the bleak visions of an alien world.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Whispers in the Dark, Pam Jernigan

Whispers In The Dark

She’s a preschool teacher. He’s kind of a zombie. It would never work.
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Masters and Beginners, Daley Downing
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Masters and Beginners

The faeries are real — and so is the secret organization that hunts down the bad ones.
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“Diverse elements are skillfully woven into a convincing world, leavened with magical quirkiness and textured with political maneuverings.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Outbreak, Joshua C. Chadd
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Outbreak

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
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“Despite its violence, Outbreak will doubtless thrill readers who enjoy a good zombie yarn.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Emperor's Harvest, R. A. Denny

The Emperor’s Harvest

Based on a prophecy, three youths are chosen to travel to Tzoladia to save the world.
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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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The Chronicle of the Three: Armor-Bearer, Tabitha Caplinger

The Chronicle of the Three: Armor-Bearer

Demons are gathering, darkness is growing and time is running out for Zoe and the chosen.
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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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Destroy, Tricia Mingerink

Destroy

He was the prince who failed to die. Will he also fail to lead?
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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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