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Diondray's Journey, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Journey

Can Diondray and his five companions interpret the ancient text that will heal two opposing peoples and unite Kammbia forever?
Imani Earns Her Cape, Bokerah Brumley
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Imani Earns Her Cape

Imani’s mother has been kidnapped by a giant troll, and now Imani is lost in the Fae Realm with no way back home to Virginia.
“Bokerah Brumley paints a colorful urban-fantasy backdrop and peoples it with distinctive characters.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Cadence, Dianne J. Wilson

Cadence

Kai is determined to reverse the damage of dark Affinity training, but his plans are thrown into chaos by the appearance of a mysterious pendant.
March to Shadows, Aidan Russell

March to Shadows

Before they can go home, Reslo, Gratas, and Jerah must stop a war, or start one.
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.
“Steve Rzasa’s sequel is best for older teens and adults seeking a swashbuckling sword-and-sorcery spectacle.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
The Guardian, Lavay Byrd
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The Guardian

An exiled prince faces a most daring task to free the enslaved horses from the capricorns of Barazar.
“Thanks to a cast of memorable talking horses and vivid descriptions, Lavay Byrd builds an allegorical adventure set in a fully equine world.”
Phoenix Fire, S. D. Grimm

Phoenix Fire

When life changes overnight for Ava, she’ll have to fight harder than ever to keep the family and love she never thought she could have.
The Seer, Erin R. Howard

The Seer

The last of the Seer’s bloodline hangs in the balance as two estranged demon and angel brothers are forced to work together to save a girl’s life.
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.
“C. S. Wachter flings thematic windows open to sunlight and storms.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
Regeneration, Cassie Greutman

Regeneration

A fae girl masters her abilities while fighting to stay with the only people who have ever loved her, her human foster parents.

Common

One person knows of the plot against the royal family and cares enough to try to stop it—the servant girl they banished.
Adela's Curse, Claire M. Banschbach

Adela’s Curse

A young faery risks everything to defeat an evil witch before she dooms an innocent human.
The Last Runner, Shaun Stevenson
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The Last Runner

A teenage boy, enslaved to run jobs for the elite, must face the world of Abra, where monsters run free, Queens rule like iron, and death is only a breath away.
“Imagination dashes back in with the strange and even horrifying creatures intent on getting their hands, teeth, or claws on Eric.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
The Tremblers, Raquel Byrnes
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The Tremblers

Branded as traitors, Ashton and Charlotte brave the treacherous floating sky ports of Outer City to hunt down an elusive inventor.
“Crack open this rip-roaring tale of post-apocalyptic steampunk peril. ”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
The Pirate Princess, K. R. Martin
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The Pirate Princess

When her throne is taken, a girl turns pirate to save her people.
“K. R. Martin darts between a love story and political intrigue, until The Pirate Princess parries and lunges into a perfect conclusion.”
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
Amber Eyes, S. D. Grimm

Amber Eyes

The hunted Feravolk are counting on Jayden, a dagger-wielding, storm-detecting orphan to save their race.
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.
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.
“Bridgett Powers creates something unusual in fantasy: a heroine who, physically damaged to the point of disability, can fight only through spiritual strength.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
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.
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?
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 Awful Truth About Forgetting, L. Jagi Lamplighter

The Awful Truth About Forgetting

When Rachel runs afoul of the hidden force hiding these terrible secrets, she must face her most desperate hour yet.
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?
“Strong personalities, vivid descriptions, and lifelike dialogue steady the reader amidst ravaging action and deceptively placid interludes.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
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.
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.
“Despite its occasional slowness, Bramblewild is an engaging journey with a comforting end.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Alara's Call, Kristen Stieffel

Alara’s Call

Tales are often told of heroes who fulfill ancient prophecies. Alara gives new ones.
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?
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.
“Claire M. Banschbach spins an enjoyable, worthwhile adventure of wartime courage.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
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.

The Armoire

A young woman comes to realize her life’s purpose through discovering a secret in her grandmother’s armoire.
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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.
“The writing is terse and focused on characters’ actions, making for a quick and enjoyable read.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Gabriel, the Training of an Angel, Diane Rosier Miles

Gabriel, The Training of an Angel

The angel Gabriel writes his memoir to recount his spiritual formation on Earth with the Hanson family.
Earthcore Book 1: RotoVegas, Grace Bridges
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RotoVegas

Anira finds herself mysteriously affected by the untamed thermal forces of New Zealand–and they have a job for her.
“The sense of place is lovingly grounded, and the style flows like water.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
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.
“Anna M. Aquino paints a rich historical setting for a timeless tale of the bondage of sin, the impact of the choices we make, and the power of forgiveness.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
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.
“Readers will find charm in the everyday life of the Etom boy Nat, his mother Nida, and the other Etom.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
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.
“Jon Del Arroz’s For Steam and Country constructs a world of escapades, mystery, and heroism.”
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.
“Despite its simplicity, Alison Henry is good comfort food for people who dream of other realms.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
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.
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?
“Readers looking for a quick, pleasant read will find that this book swims well.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018