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Skyrik of Landos, Giovanni Red

Skyrik of Landos

A refugee returns to his homeland to free it from its oppressive occupants, while unwittingly carrying something that his enemies will pay a colossal price to obtain.
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Rhats!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats!

A naive man-sized rat goes on a space adventure.
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Diondray's Discovery, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Discovery

Diondray Azur never questioned his regular life. But everything changes when he learns that the true history of his family and his world isn’t what he was taught.
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Diverse Similarity, Sharon Rose

Diverse Similarity

An enemy—or a friend? No way to know except the forbidden touch of an alien mind.
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Strength, Lauren H. Salisbury

Strength

In an Esarelian court rife with intrigue and prejudice, the Ra’hon’s daughter will need powerful allies to help protect her adopted human son.
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March to Shadows, Aidan Russell

March to Shadows

Before they can go home, Reslo, Gratas, and Jerah must stop a war, or start one.
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The Lightningfall, Steve Rzasa
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The Lightningfall

To stop an empire from burying the world under ice, Bowen must assemble a disparate cloudship crew and traverse the isle-filled skies.
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“Rzasa’s first-person, present-tense delivery proves surprisingly versatile . . .” — Lorehaven Magazine
Experiment 93, R. S. Burghardt
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Experiment 93

Thomas knows the girl that he’s just met isn’t human—and she needs his help.
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“Good storytelling mechanics. . . . A light and enjoyable read.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Courage, Lauren H. Salisbury

Courage

In a galaxy where Esarelian rule is absolute, one woman defies the empire in order to save her son’s life.
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The Sorcerer's Bane, C. S. Wachter
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The Sorcerer’s Bane

Raised in darkness, called by light, a young slave boy challenges the might of a demonic sorcerer.
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“C. S. Wachter flings thematic windows open to sunlight and storms.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Castaways, Jes Drew
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Castaways

When four youths are cast away on an apparently deserted island, they begin to realize they might not be so alone after all.
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“Younger readers will take delight in this light, sweet tale.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Æglet's Answer, Timothy Michael Hurst

The Æglet’s Answer

Experience the impact of walking by the Spirit on a world under demonic oppression.
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Freedom's Heroes, Celesta Thiessen

Freedom’s Heroes

Two couples are forced into marriage, tasked with saving everyone, and sent away on the former prison starship, Freedom.
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Keeper of Shadows, Bridgett Powers
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Keeper of Shadows

To save the Seven Lands from the Shadow Mist and its keeper, a teacher with limited vision must overcome a curse of chronic pain.
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“. . . This gentle, imaginative fantasy has magic of its own.” — Lorehaven Magazine
White Owl: The Adventures of Fiona Clark, Book 1, Hans Erdman

White Owl: The Adventures of Fiona Clark, Book 1

If Fiona Bridget Yaleria-Clark can return to Kildare Abbey, she will gain prophesied power to defeat the Dark Druid.
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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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The Worlds Next Door, C. E. White
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The Worlds Next Door

The investigation of a mysterious old house leads to a world on the brink of annihilation and a dangerous journey to save it.
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“The story appears intended for middle-grade readers, but characters’ philosophical discussions lend this story a more grown-up and allegorical feel.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Flood, Brennan S. McPherson
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Flood

Will little Noah grow to be the savior the world needs? Or will bending his bow come easier than bending his knee to the God who holds his destiny?
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“Flood comes at you like a storm. There’s a simplicity to its tumult, a feral edge to its beauty.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Burning Rose, Hope Ann

Burning Rose

An age of unrest explodes into a war that touches the lives of a dedicated sister, a young wingmaster, and a pardoned rebel, changing their lives forever.
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Bramblewild, Audie Thacker
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Bramblewild

A halfling man joins the trade caravans and travels across his world, meeting friends and making enemies.
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“Despite its occasional slowness, Bramblewild is an engaging journey with a comforting end.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Remnant: Rescue of the Elect, Brian Godawa

Remnant: Rescue of the Elect

Israel’s world is ending as Nero’s Roman armies descend upon Jerusalem. Will Christians escape the city before the demons of hell are unleashed?
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War Demons, Russell Newquist

War Demons

A young soldier returns home from war in Afghanistan to find that he must face his literal war demons.
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Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World, Bryan Davis

Wanted: A Superhero to Save the World

Eddie Hertz is smart, real smart. He has to be. What other twelve-year-old patrols the streets of Nirvana alone, hoping to foil the schemes of the evil Mephisto?
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The Rise of Aredor, Claire M. Banschbach
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The Rise of Aredor

A prince must escape slavery in a foreign land and return home to free his country from his former master.
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“With action and intrigue reminiscent of a Robin Hood story . . . Claire M. Banschbach spins an enjoyable, worthwhile adventure of wartime courage.” — Lorehaven Magazine
The Tower of Refuge, Lauren Lynch

The Tower of Refuge

Facing his own mortality, a young man leads a group of friends on a life-altering journey in an attempt to steal time.
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The Bachelor Missions, Jes Drew
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The Bachelor Missions

The good guys, the bad guys, and the wild card. It’s the ultimate game of cloak and dagger.
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“God-talk and two conversion scenes remain light in favor of the stories’ light and humorous tone—like Men in Black but without the aliens.” — Lorehaven Magazine
Kristian's War, Peter Wisan
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Kristian’s War

When a stranger directs him to take a new path, Kristian begins the journey of a lifetime towards a distant King who is rumored to solve all problems.
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“Imagine if John Bunyan sought the help of John Rambo in writing an updated version of The Pilgrim’s Progress . . .” — Lorehaven Magazine
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
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
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
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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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