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Torch, R. J. Anderson


Ivy must find a way to unite the magical folk of Cornwall—or doom herself, Martin and everyone she loves to death at Betony’s hand.
“Torch blazes a solid conclusion to the series’ themes of just leadership and racial reconciliation among fairy folk.”
Nomad, R. J. Anderson


Cast into exile, she must return to free her people.
“R. J. Anderson’s fantasy Nomad is a rollicking read with fascinating conflicts and plot twists.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Swift, R. J. Anderson


To save her people, a wingless girl must learn to fly.
“This little novel packs big twists and turns that will keep readers engaged all the way through the end.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Arrow, R. J. Anderson


She swore never to shed blood in violence, no matter how grave the danger. But when a faery war threatens her home, the price of peace may be higher than Rhosmari can pay.
Rebel by R. J. Anderson


The last time Timothy broke a rule, he got suspended. But when he defies the faery empress, it might well get him killed.
A Pocket Full of Murder by R. J. Anderson

A Pocket Full Of Murder

In the spell-powered city of Tarreton, twelve-year-old Isaveth is poor, but she’s also brave, loyal, and zealous in the pursuit of justice—which is lucky, because her father has just been wrongfully arrested for murder.
Knife by R.J. Anderson


Forget everything you think you know about faeries. Creatures full of magic and whimsy? Not in the Oakenwyld. Not anymore.
Quicksilver by R. J. Anderson


Back in her hometown, Tori Beaugrand had everything a teenaged girl could want—popularity, money, beauty. But she also had a secret. A secret that could change her life in an instant, or destroy it.
Ultraviolet, R. J. Anderson


Sixteen-year-old Alison wakes up in a mental institution, and realizes she’s confessed to murdering Tori Beaugrand, the most perfect girl at school. But Tori’s body has not been found, and Alison can only recall her disintegrating — into nothing. By R.J. Anderson.