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A Soul As Cold As Frost by Jennifer Kropf
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A Soul as Cold as Frost

The Quarrel of Sword and Bone was a death sentence for anyone who stepped into the arena with the deranged Queen, whose soul had crisped to frost in an age long since past.
“Jennifer Kropf’s debut novel A Soul as Cold as Frost creates a lyrical adventure whose winter wonderland intersects our world.”
The Kairos Quest by Lauren Graves

The Kairos Quest

With a Realm tottering on the brink of war, Elliot must race against time to find the lost relics before all comes crashing down.
Almost Paradise, Bryan Timothy Mitchell

Almost Paradise

After surviving the Inferno, Daniel Strong confronts demons who don’t only have a grudge against him but a plan to create Hell on Earth.
Sky of Seven Colors, Rachelle Nelson
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Sky of Seven Colors

Meg never imagined her wish would trap her in a gray other-earth, void of any color.
“Rachelle Nelson weaves a fantasy whose familiar elements like magical races, otherworldly portals and chosen ones are colored by vivid descriptions and bright variations.”
Mankar's Bane by F. W. Faller

Mankar’s Bane

The twins of Huravag face treachery and death to finally defeat the scourge of Mankar, the self-proclaimed emperor of Tessamandria.
The King's Feather, Amy Earls

The King’s Feather

Trapped inside steel walls, an ordinary teen girl must save her enemy’s life before she loses her own.
The Red Door, Chris Solaas

The Red Door

Matt Shakleman is the key to stopping a final nuclear holocaust in an alternate post-apocalyptic dimension—if only he can overcome his overpowering rage.
The King's Curse, Jennifer Rogers

The King’s Curse

In a world where the people have no free will, one girl must betray the king to save their doomed souls.
Hamelin Stoop: The Eagle, the Cave, and the Footbridge, Robert B. Sloan.

The Eagle, the Cave, and the Footbridge

If orphan Hamelin Stoop hopes to find his parents, he must first find his courage to step into an unfamiliar world where kingdoms are caught between the battle of good and evil.
A Sword for the Immerland King, F. W. Faller

A Sword For The Immerland King

The history of the tiny planet of Tessalindria will be changed forever by the forging of a new sword for King Sandihar of Immerland.
The Depths of Atlantis by Hannah Carter

The Depths of Atlantis

When a runaway mermaid princess is kidnapped and taken back to Atlantis, she must overcome her own self-doubts, recover her magic, and work with new friends to stop a war.
Infernal Fall, Bryan Mitchell
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Infernal Fall

Daniel Strong’s hopes decay, but the Holy Spirit remains with him. Will he give in to the darkness? Will he find his way home?
“Bryan Timothy Mitchell’s Infernal Fall drops readers into this modern take on Dante’s Inferno and keeps spiritual tensions burning.”
The Green Door, Chris Solaas

The Green Door

A teen girl and her family travel through a dystopian dimension devastated by biological warfare.
Daughter of Kristos, Andrea J. Graham

Daughter of Kristos

A captive princess—a prodigal father watching down the road—a bridegroom hungry for redemption—A Purple Earth awaiting Lady Veritas.
The Blue Door, Chris Solaas

The Blue Door

A boy genius who travels to another dimension with his family to save his grandfather and prevent a war.
Of Dragons and Doppelgangers, Chris Solaas

Of Dragons and Dopplegangers

Before he can be crowned king of a magic realm, a boy must travel around the world to retrieve the signet ring, or face a deadly war with the dragons!
The Vault Between Spaces, Chawna Schroeder
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The Vault Between Spaces

A young girl attempts escape from a prison camp reputed as inescapable, while being hunted by an intelligence agent who seeks the legendary Vault Between Spaces.
“The Vault Between Spaces is an inventive fantasy with heart for its religion and its characters.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Strayborn, E. E. Rawls
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Strayborn

Being a Draev is tricky, as Cyrus, a girl who can manipulate metal, and Aken the last Scourgeblood, are about to find out.
“E. E. Rawls’s fantasy Strayborn offers an energetic, colorful story, with nature-bending child students and familiar school archetypes.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Aloft, J. S. Rogers

Aloft

One girl will face the ultimate evil in her final battle in God’s quest … in her mind.
Samuel’s Legacy, K. A. Cummins

Snow Globe Travelers: Samuel’s Legacy

Twelve-year-old Sarah Ann Reisende wanders into a mysterious shop where snow globes double as portals to other worlds.
To Ashes We Run, Just B. Jordan
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To Ashes We Run

Dieon used to lead his people. Now he must protect them from himself, and from the Twisted One who possessed him.
“With To Ashes We Run, Just B. Jordan spins a rich and heartfelt fantasy, crafted with imagination and care.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Living in Times of Dragons, John A. Pretorius
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Living in Times of Dragons

Roger Rommel must play cat and mouse with a faction of militant dragons who want to bring the world of man to an end.
“John A. Pretorius’s Living in Times of Dragons crashes out of a wild imagination. It’s a shot across the bow of Christian fiction.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Though Nations Rage, Gregg Davidson

Though Nations Rage

As armies advance and human rights are steadily eroded, the only hope against self-annihilation of the human race rests on a Mulapin defection.
Princes and Principalities, Gregg Davidson

Princes and Principalities

Acting as religious and cultic spirit guides, aliens steadily lead humanity to the brink of global war—hindered only by the prayer of a street urchin from Mumbai.
Adrift, J. S. Rogers

Adrift

Fallon returns to Ariboslia, but the creatures she’s there to save want her dead.
Shadows of the End, Gregg Davidson

Shadows of the End

Aliens are few in number with no hope of clearing the planet of humans on their own—until they realize humanity can be set against itself.
Door to Altharia, Martyn McGrath

Door to Altharia

In a conflict between ancient and mortal enemies, a scarred youth will emerge as a world’s brightest hope.
The 49th Mystic, Ted Dekker
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The 49th Mystic

Rachelle Matthews begins to dream of another world so real that she wonders if Earth might only be a dream.
“In The 49th Mystic, Ted Dekker overhauls Other Earth with an adventure that’s part The Village, part Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
The Caves of Fire, K. Berklund-Page
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The Caves of Fire

A spy, a nerd and a bully must find a way to destroy an ancient monster before it kills them or they kill each other.
“Can a slave say no? Fee and Daniel struggle with decisions as fully formed characters.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Road of the Lost, Aidan Russell
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Road of the Lost

Reslo wants nothing more than to be home in time for supper, but ancient evils want to drown his forest homeland in blood.
“Aidan Russell creates action-driven fantasy of all the good old things.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
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.
“C. E. White’s The Worlds Next Door is best for adult fans of inventive Christian fantasy and thoughtful theological fiction.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
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.
“Jes Drew’s The Bachelor Missions follows our hero, Kristian Clark, through three separate but connected espionage adventures with plenty of romantic difficulties.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Reviewed

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.
“The writing is terse and focused on characters’ actions, making for a quick and enjoyable read.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
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.
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?
Chains of Gwyndorr, Joan Campbell
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Chains Of Gwyndorr

Stolen magic … secret schemes … can the power unleashed be an even greater chain that they’ve come to bear?
“Unique worlds and sympathetic characters entice readers through a maze of slow-moving action.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
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.
“A rapid start in divergent universes … Wolf of the Tesseract is a satisfying adventure.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
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.
The Man From Sun Prairie, Dwight Clough

The Man From Sun Prairie

When a good deed misfires, Straight Arrow finds himself in the Kingdom of Arken where he must save the king’s daughter to prove he truly is a good man.
The Deliverer by Sharon Hinck

The Deliverer

Eager to serve the One, a young songkeeper travels to the dark and foreign nation of Hazor, but her confusing, rough-edged companion has lost his Restorer gifts.