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The End Begins by Sara Davison

The End Begins

Bookstore owner Meryn O’Reilly and Army Captain Jesse Christensen are on opposite sides of a battle. After a series of terrorist attacks in 2053, martial law has been declared in Canada.
Search for the Hidden Throne by Phyllis Wheeler

Search for the Hidden Throne

Jake wants to bring his kidnapped friend home. But he needs to act fast, or his friend could be lost to the dark side.
Afterlight by Jonathan Shuerger

Afterlight

There is no rest for the aspiring hero Gideon, not when the dark sorcerer Ashkelon presides over his training.
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Breath of Bones

Kateřina and Josef work to protect the innocent, but in their quest to save the Jewish people, have they inadvertently created a new danger?
“Breath of Bones fleshes out the human desire to protect the innocent … bringing a fresh steampunk twist to one of history’s darkest hours.”
Butterfly Ink by Loria Keating

Butterfly Ink

A self-conscious eighteen-year-old encounters a mysterious man offering a magical tattoo guaranteeing beauty and fame, forcing her to choose between her deepest desires and everyone she’s ever loved.
Silk by E. B. Roshan

Silk

Silkis can be dangerous and not everyone wants them around. Farz may be ready to try a different life, but he doesn’t want the Silkis to disappear forever.
The Shadow Within (2024 release), Karen Hancock

The Shadow Within

Abramm Kalladorne has returned to Kiriath to claim the crown he thought he would never wear and to prepare his people for the inevitable attack of the Armies of the Black Moon.
The Blood-Dimmed Tide by Jeri Massi

The Blood-Dimmed Tide

Scruggs, Penny, Jack, and Jean join in the fight to defeat the unearthly power that is destroying the innocent and the vulnerable.
Lady of Basilikas by Ronie Kendig

Lady of Basilikas

Vorn must decide: break a planet-wide Accord, risking his throne and life, or leave his country—his planet—vulnerable to threats far bigger than he ever imagined.
The Magic of Redemption by Jessica Sly

The Magic of Redemption

Can Adelynn and Baze overcome the obstacles and lies that separate them … or is redemption just out of reach?
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Etania’s Destiny

A wedding. A battle. And a lesson in forgiveness in one action-packed fantasy novel.
Etania's Destiny by M. H. Elrich

Seeing is not Believing

Five years ago, a young, struggling author sold her novel to a big publisher. Now the fantasy world she wrote about is in desperate need of an infusion of Magic.
Chromatic by Ashley Bustamante
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Chromatic

Elm and Ava must confront the growing darkness and create a future in a world that has been all but stripped of hope.
“With this last stroke for the Color Theory trilogy, Ashley Bustamante’s Chromatic concludes her triptych with a bold finale.”
Adamant in Dust by Willamette Sutta

Adamant in Dust

The dark lord Malchor ensnares Sadira in his opening bid to gain all the Far Stones of power. With them, he will subjugate all the peoples of Miran.
The Crown of Nightingale by Joseph Wolfe

The Crown of Nightingale

Donovan sold his soul for a spell and lost his memory, but who doesn’t love a chance to reinvent himself?
Lion Warrior by James R. Hannibal
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Lion Warrior

With time running out, Connor, Teegan, and Aaron attempt to recover the dagger, and Kara helps the Airguard train a new corps of soldiers—windfighters—in their own bid to change the war’s tide.
“With its accessible style and vivid RPG-inspired imaginations, Lion Warrior slowly builds into an epic finale for the Lightraider Academy series.”
Brightstar: Energematrice6 by Jared N. Michaud

Brightstar: Energematrice6

When Nate is unexpectedly transported to another universe, his perceived disability is transformed into a near superpower.
Protector by Megan Schaulis

Protector

The Selection meets American Ninja Warrior in this dystopian retelling of Esther featuring nanotechnology, royal romance, and a heartfelt quest to make a difference.
The Chaos Grid, Lindsey Lewellen

The Chaos Grid

The Plex is endangering its citizens by legalizing a deadly nano drug, and Juniper’s family needs her help to deliver the counteragent.
The Pilgrim's Progress Reloaded, David Umstattd

The Pilgrim’s Progress Reloaded

The Pilgrim’s Progress is a classic story of redemption, allegory, and theological poignancy. It’s also a story with a total lack of robots, space marines, or talking platypuses. So we fixed that.
Thread of Dreams by Emily Barnett

Thread of Dreams

Nova harvests threads from human dreams to help fight a malicious parasite invading her sunless planet, but then she visits a boy who is already dreaming of her.
The Rest by J.C. Watson

The Rest

A secret team discovers that the rest of the universe is full of diverse and exotic life, and why all of that life has been completely disconnected from the human race.
Seregn by Brooke Martin

Seregn

A broken young woman and a terminally ill warrior learn to discern God’s voice and realise the power of love and self-sacrifice as they race to save not only a cursed king—but the very world itself.
Rip Tide, Lisa T. Bergren

Rip Tide

After narrowly escaping arrest, Luciana Betarrini hurtles back to medieval Italy.
The Redemption of Kings by Mark Castleberry

The Redemption Of Kings

Aeron and his friends will have to go through many dark times before it is over and survive, just as they flourished in the light.
Blood of the Stars by Karyne Norton
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Blood of the Stars

Harnessing the power in her blood could turn the tides of war—if it doesn’t destroy her first.
“Karyne Norton’s Blood of the Stars crafts a rich fantasy realm exploding with life and complex heroes who grow throughout a quick-paced plot.”
Carver of Souls, J. J. Fischer

Carver of Souls

The ocean between them isn’t the only thing keeping Sela and Caleb apart.
Ruthless by Candice Pedraza Yamnitz

Ruthless

Seventeen-year-old, Cottia, made one last deal for her freedom, but it all falls apart when she gets a botched alias.
Saints and Monsters by Ellen McGinty
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Saints and Monsters

A disabled princess must claim a dragon’s heart to prove her worth as the next queen, or die trying.
“Ellen McGinty weaves a fantasy of princesses and magical creatures among a vaguely modern setting … a vivid, well-told story that captivates reader hearts.”
Hybrid by Candace Kade
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Hybrid

Tensions between the Enhanced and Naturals grow increasingly violent and the Western Federation teeters on the brink of civil war.
“The Hybrid Series book 2 splices a compelling vision of a world formed from Asian and Western cultures, threaded with themes of family and belonging.”
Minu by S. K. Ehra

Minu

Minu spent lifetimes creating an enchantment to grow a paradise from the ashes of the old world, only to have it corrupted by an immortal adversary.
Guardian by Cathy McCrumb
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Guardian

Labeled an aberration by the Consortium, the Recorder is not yet free. Time is running out as an engineered bioweapon wreaks havoc on friend and foe alike.
“Future technologies and ancient human questions complete the Children of the Consortium trilogy with aplomb and finally gives its heroine her name.”
Why the Sparrow Cries, Hope Bolinger

Why the Sparrow Cries

Will Harper learn to love again, or will an ex-archeologist snag the historical find of the millennium—and the only person she’s felt safe around in years?
Justified by V. Romas Burton

Justified

With only one path to freedom, will Rae decide to follow her fate or find another?
Mortal Queens by Victoria McCombs
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Mortal Queens

With no one to trust, Althea conceals messages in paintings and receives anonymous replies from a stranger who slowly reveals the tale of a girl who outwitted the fae.
“Victoria McCombs’s fantasy Mortal Queens paints a lush landscape of struggling humans and devious magical creatures.”
Secrets Ever Green by Sara Knightly

Secrets Ever Green

When Ivy Rune discovers her father’s secret life, she is thrust into a hidden world of magic and discovers powers of her own.
Once A Queen, Sarah Arthur
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Once A Queen

Eva finds herself unraveling dangerous secrets and wrestling with grief for a vanishing childhood, all while facing the fear that growing up means giving up fairy tales forever.
“Once A Queen is a gentle, intriguing fantasy that brings its world and characters to life with vividness and compassion.”
Mantles of Oak and Iron by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

Mantles of Oak and Iron

A world on the brink of war, a pirate captain with a heart of gold, and a young man with a purpose he has only just begun to realize.
Water's Break by Sophia L. Hansen
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Water’s Break

Nica realizes that the disaster from above was by their design—a calculated plan to terraform the water planet and conquer her people.
“Sophia L. Hansen’s debut anchors this original tale in variegated worlds, flowing language, and delightful alien textures.”
Rise of the Knightshades: The Djinn by J. Kent Holloway

Rise of the Knightshades: The Djinn

A legendary figure of smoke and shadow rises up to battle against an evil baron intent on building an army of golems during the Crusades.
Song Child by D. M. Andrews

Song Child

Vladan the merchant accompanies a mysterious young girl in her destiny to defeat an evil that threatens to destroy the world, and in so doing has to confront his own redemption.
City of Mann by L. Ross Coulter

City of Mann

Leave the constraints of time and space far behind as you traverse the enchanting realm of Citykind—where every moment is a tapestry of fun, sadness, and the inexplicably odd.
The Stones Will Sing by Alanna Vane

The Stones Will Sing

In a world where music is a distant memory, it may be the only thing to secure freedom for a Prince and his country.
The Wall by Brian Penn

The Wall

Asher is faced with an impossible task: impersonate a talented Zion soldier and risk his life in the Canonization, a brutal gladiator duel against a champion who never loses.
Elyon's Covenant, A. L. Bowker

Elyon’s Covenant

When a return trip goes extremely wrong, Thomas and Marta are thrust into the midst of enemy territory with nothing and no one but each other to help.
Resurgence of Dawn, Brett Armstrong

Resurgence of Dawn

Haunted by their failures, two teens try to salvage the Quest of Fire as mystic shadow assassins and political machinations threaten to bring the Lowlands to ruin.
Lumen, J. J. Fischer
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Lumen

Having narrowly escaped their enemies, Sephone, Dorian, and Cass continue their search for the elusive Silvertongue, the only one with knowledge of the Reliquary’s whereabouts.
“J. J. Fischer’s second Nightingale Trilogy novel delves deep into biblical hope versus the pains of memory in this dystopian fantasy world.”
The Blood Miles by Andrew Moody

The Blood Miles

A young man battles his way through a devastated outback seeking cure and a fabled city in this post-apocalyptic homage to Pilgrim’s Progress.
Ex Librum by Gayle and Stephen Porter

Ex Librum

Journeying through an unknown land, with an unfamiliar guide, will the heirs of the Triad uncover their heritage or stir up an ancient war that will endanger them all.
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.”
Of Sea and Smoke, Gillian Bronte Adams

Of Sea and Smoke

As civil war threatens Ceridwen’s tenuous rule in Soldonia, Rafi vows to fight the usurper sitting on the imperial throne of Nadaar.
Mannigan: A Speck of Light by L. Ross Coulter

Mannigan: A Speck of Light

In a world gripped by the Vitruvian Elite, a young rebel discovers that the greatest battle between the darkness and the light is in himself.
Changelings: Insurgence by Liam Corley

Changelings: Insurgence

Commander Tauran didn’t travel from the 26th century to kidnap Jesus, but he will if that’s what it takes to save his mutant son.
Steal Fire From the Gods, Clint Hall
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Steal Fire from the Gods

On the run and hunted by the war machines, Gunnar discovers that an ancient, life-based strength has awakened to help humanity fight back.
“Clint Hall’s debut Steal Fire From the Gods casts readers into a compressed-epic world of uncertain powers yet certain morality, plus elemental conflicts between human choice and technocracy.”
Secrets of the Highlands, D. J. Williams

Secrets of the Highlands

Jack Reynolds is the only one who can wield the power of Eden’s Star, but can he control it before it destroys him?
A Ranger’s Guide to Glipwood Forest, Andrew Peterson
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A Ranger’s Guide to Glipwood Forest

This illustrated guide is an invaluable addition to any Wingfeather fan’s knapsack.
“Fans of Andrew Peterson’s typically humorous style will delight in the narration, footnotes, and nonsense words abounding in this slim volume.”
A Twist of Tides by Hannah Carter

A Twist of Tides

After the legendary mermaid Thessalonike resurfaces, Reanna must be trained to use her magic—only to find herself facing down her mother’s right-hand general with her own soul on the line.
Return of the Lost Ones by David Liberto

Return of the Lost Ones

An ancient enemy has returned to Cordiae, and two young men, Pol and Stefan, must choose to face the evil or relinquish the fate of the realm to others.
Secret of the Lost Dragons, Phyllis Wheeler
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Secret of the Lost Dragons

Jake and Ava always carry their time travel keys. But the day they need to rescue their little cousin from a fierce and hungry dragon, their pockets are empty.
“Phyllis Wheeler’s simple prose helps early readers time-travel into longer books, sketching character growth across the chapters.”
Awakening by Darrick Dean

Awakening

The Awakening will again bring forth Blood Rain from the skies, leaving the lands scorched and torn.
The Inn at the Forest's Edge by Raymond Keith

The Inn at the Forest’s Edge

A timid farm boy must become a hero to rescue the girl he loves from a merciless warlock in a mystical forest.
Tumult's Edge by H. Halverstadt

Tumult’s Edge

Space pirates took his ship. Now he’s his crew’s only hope of rescue.
My Father's Ghost by A. C. Wilson

My Father’s Ghost

Escaping from her family’s slaughter is just the first battle Haeli has to endure, as she seeks to turn the tables on evil seemingly set to trap her at every turn.
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.
The Beast of Bear-tooth Mountain, Michael John Petty

The Beast of Bear-tooth Mountain

Two friends hike up a dark mountain only to discover something they wish they’d never found.
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.
A Bond of Briars by Erin Phillips
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A Bond of Briars

As her bond grows stronger, Caitrin must prove her blood magic isn’t dangerous or suffer the consequences of the truth being discovered.
“A Bond of Briars shows a beautiful love story, blending the biblical Ruth narrative with prophecy and hopes of redemption from spiritual warfare that binds the soul.”
Writers' Retreat by J. P. Choquette

Writers’ Retreat

As hard as it was to get into the retreat, getting out will be even harder.
Above Dark Waters by Eric Kay

Above Dark Waters

Ed’s in a bind. His floating Pacific datacenter is out of money, and the only one who can do it is his well-to-do ex-wife, Keight.
The Mermaid's Tale, L. E. Richmond
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The Mermaid’s Tale

Locklyn and Darin seek to save their family, their kingdom, and eventually the entire Undersea Realm without losing each other.
“L. E. Richmond swims through the murky waters of racism, family legacy, and political intrigue in this exciting undersea adventure.”
Hamelin Stoop: The Battle of Parthogen by Robert B. Sloan

Hamelin Stoop: The Battle of Parthogen

It’s up to Hamelin and his friends to save not only Princess Sophia but all of Parthogen before Landon’s reinforcements arrive and doom the Land of Gloaming forever.
Shadowcast by Crystal D. Grant

Shadowcast

A dark soldier on a mission of vengeance is wounded and laid up in the home of a peasant girl who mistakes him for one of the Steward knights he despises.
Dustsong: Len the Wanderer, M. B. Heywood

Dustsong: Len the Wanderer

Len is cast into a young world of unlikely allies and unforeseen peril, but the greatest threats lurk within.
Silent Stars by Brett Armstrong

Silent Stars

A teen risks everything to stop the sinister forces threatening to erase humanity forever.
Steal the Morrow by Jenelle Leanne Schmidt
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Steal the Morrow

Olifur soon finds himself ensnared in a web of professional thieves, and he must think fast if he is to survive the day.
“Jenelle Schmidt’s Steal the Morrow examines personal integrity and the value of reputation in a light fantasy setting.”
Crack the Stone by Emily Golus
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Crack the Stone

Goblin convict Valshara Sh’a flees a merciless bounty hunter in this fantasy retelling of Les Misérables.
“Emily Golus cleverly reimagines Victor Hugo’s masterpiece Les Misérables into Crack the Stone’s high fantasy world of goblins, elves, and humans.”
The Looking-Glass Illusion, Sara Ella
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The Looking-Glass Illusion

Step through the looking glass. Slay the Jabberwock. Seek the King. Alice is not prepared to face what awaits beyond the Tulgey Wood.
“Sara Ella’s next adventure follows fast after The Wonderland Trials for this conclusion to the Curious Realities duology.”
Break the Beast by Allison Tebo

Break the Beast

Allison Tebo re-imagines the ancient legend of Beowulf in an epic story of redemption and grace in a high-stakes fantasy adventure.
Black Earth: End of the Innocence by David N. Alderman (2023)

Black Earth: End Of The Innocence

The night the stars fell was only the beginning of the end.
Beneath the Swirling Sky, Elizabeth Groening
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Beneath the Swirling Sky

Vincent learns his family is the last of The Restorationists, a secret society with the power to travel through paintings—and a duty to protect them from evil forces.
“Carolyn Leiloglou’s Beneath the Swirling Sky explores how people reclaim lost passions in this adventure for middle-grade readers.”
Skate the Seeker by Jeff Ayers

Skate the Seeker

Young ex-thief Skate must rely on her wits and her friends to save not only her mentor’s life but also her own.
The Eternity Gate, Katherine Briggs
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The Eternity Gate

The Eternity Gate is found, and kings and monsters battle over its legends of treasure. But rumors whisper that someone stole the gate’s ancient key.
“Katherine Briggs’s Eternity Gate portrays a continent-crossing story of political intrigue and war with the backdrop of religious prophecy.”
Far Removed by C. B. Lansdell

Far Removed

After a young knyad is wrongly linked to insurgent activity, Oklas must find a way to smuggle her out of the city while hiding his involvement from the authorities.
Concordia by Brian Shukwit

Concordia

Thaddeus, a resilient tikpo aided by his mentor Story, embarks on a perilous journey to master the sword art of Concordia.
Calligraphy Guild, R. M. Archer

Calligraphy Guild

Can the calligraphy guild discover which of their guildmates has altered time before the dragons pass judgment on them all?
Savage Bred, Victoria McCombs
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Savage Bred

In her desperate attempt to keep the fight away, Emme hatches a plan that involves trapping the only one who can put an end to the battles.
“Victoria McCombs brings the Royal Rose Chronicles to a satisfying close and leaves readers hoping the ship’s remaining crew will find new journeys.”
King's Warrior, Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

King’s Warrior

Threat of invasion sends Princess Kamarie on a quest to seek out the legendary king’s warrior to request his aid.
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 Librarian's Ruse, Thirzah Griffioen

The Librarian’s Ruse

Amelia’s peaceful life as a librarian is cut short when she and her older brother Leon are sent on an errand to Eldnaire, the capital city of the vicious Vilnarian Empire.
Where Darkness Dwells by Andrea Renae

Where Darkness Dwells

When the Creatures of Light return to the shadow-cloaked Vale, awakening a light gift in Amyrah Cantar, she struggles to uncover why she is the one who received it.
Baptism By Fire by Alexandra Gilchrist

Baptism By Fire

A phoenix cursed to be human and a skeptical human cop join forces to stop a mythical threat from starting a war between man and mythic.
Light of Eidon, Karen Hancock

Light Of Eidon

The Light of Eidon is set in a world of swords and cloaks, of glittering palaces and mystical temples, of galley ships and ancient mist-bound cities.
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 Key to Reality by F. Ted Atchley III

The Key to Reality

Brandon peels back the layers of a deepening conspiracy and discovers everything he thought he knew about his reality is a lie. And he’s the only one who can save it.
The Orb and the Airship, Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

The Orb and the Airship

A rogue airship captain. An ambitious youth. A clash of powers beyond their imagination.
Wandering, Loren G. Warnemuende

Wandering

Princess Maleen, freed from her tower exile, forges into the unknown as she pieces together what happened to her conquered kingdom, and discovers who she can trust.
Estuary, Lisa T. Bergren
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Estuary

With battles upon their border, and rumors of war growing louder on every front, Lady Tiliani Forelli’s decision could secure her kingdom’s peace… or bring about its destruction.
“Although its portrait of medieval Italy is not wholly convincing, Lisa T. Bergren’s time-travel romance Estuary will sweep away many readers with its romance and excitement.”
Missionary to Mars, Lucas Kitchen

Missionary To Mars

His faith will determine the fate of them all.
Champions of Light by Althea Damgaard

Champions of Light

Those destined to rule must gain faith in the Light or lose the kingdom to the Dark.