Christian-made fantastical books for all kinds of readers

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.
Radiant, Ashley Bustamante
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Radiant

After the introduction of Yellow magic in a society accustomed to only Red and Blue magic, the world inside the barrier has become more complicated than anyone imagined.
“Ashley Bustamante’s Radiant expands the Color Theory series palette with new characters and locales to paint a new adventure.”
Lost in the Caverns, Kathryn Butler

Lost in the Caverns

A young girl must embark on a dangerous journey through a desert of forgotten dreams to restore hope to a lost kingdom.
The Kingdom of Heaven, Evelyn M. Lewis

The Kingdom of Heaven

Alex, an agent of a dystopian government police force, is assigned to infiltrate a small religious cult and finds her life transformed in the process.
Crusader's Quest, Jake Tyson

Crusader’s Quest

After committing a murder, one man must decide if he’s doomed to guilt or if he can rise above it and become something greater.
The Art of Misdirection, Jessica Sly

The Art of Misdirection

Adelynn wrestles to escape her recurring nightmares of the Irish magician, while Baze seeks the city’s legendary waters.
No Ordinary School by Arthur Yeomans

No Ordinary School

Mark, a perhaps autistic math genius, navigates his live in a new and somewhat mysterious school, finding his place and the love of his life.
War of Torment, Ronie Kendig

War of Torment

Marco Dusan struggles to lead his people, to help them survive, even mayhap win the war.
The Vanishing at Castle Moreau, Jaime Jo Wright

The Vanishing at Castle Moreau

In 1870, orphaned Daisy François finds a reclusive and eccentric Gothic authoress, who hides tales more harrowing than the ones in her novels.
Hunt for Eden's Star, D. J. Williams

Hunt for Eden’s Star

One teen is thrown into a world of ancient secrets when he discovers a supernatural artifact, created by God, that protects a weapon of mass destruction.
Rogue Pursuit, B. L. Dean

Rogue Pursuit

A smuggler, a spy, a brewing revolution…and a rogue agent who could destroy it all.
Lonama's Map by F. W. Faller

Lonama’s Map

In the remote world of Tessalindria, Rindar comes to realize he has stolen one of the most sought-after treasures on the face of the planet: a copy of the legendary Lonama’s Map.
Castelon, Alyssa Roat

Castelon

Adelynn’s visions have returned. But this time, she’s not the only one seeing the future before it happens.
Enhanced, Candace Kade
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Enhanced

Targeted by a hacker bent on exposing her true DNA, Lee Urban faces off with an Artificial Intelligence Game that puts her—and her lies—to the test.
“Candace Kade’s debut Enhanced fuses old ideas of DNA rewriting with newer concepts of social credit systems … a fun and quick-paced read, filled with inventiveness and sharp detail.”
Please Return to the Lands of Luxury, Jon Tilton
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Please Return to the Lands of Luxury

Jane vows to return the doll to its rightful owner. There’s just one problem—nobody has left the island before, thanks to the tyrannical robots.
“Jon Tilton explores complex topics like memory loss, personal and societal responsibility in this light sci-fi story.”
The Oasis King, Mark David Pullen

The Oasis King

Three young boys who are seeking adventure are transported to a strange and primal paradise.
Sargon the Not So Great by Marie Verde

Sargon the Not So Great

A mythical creature fights to overcome his protective magic so that he can face danger and save his town.
Terra, Sofia Simpson

Terra

As one of Earth’s Guardians, a girl finds herself in a bond that might be the death of her.
Bear Knight, James R. Hannibal
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Bear Knight

To restore the honor of his family and renew the hope of his people, Connor believes he must find the weapon and use it to destroy the dragon leader.
“Bear Knight’s quest pacing starts slow but quickens as two plots merge into one, exploring the Christian’s spiritual walk with adventurous aplomb.”
The Wayward, Tabitha Caplinger

The Wayward

In a world ruled by deception, one woman discovers a truth that can bring freedom, if humanity wants it.
Fortified by V. Romas Burton

Fortified

When Devora’s future shatters, she must decide whether to live to fight or fight to live.
A Sea Sought in Song, Austin Gunderson

A Sea Sought in Song

When a seemingly omnipotent usurper claims the world of Arlam for his own, a hardboiled earthling warrior and a beautiful-yet-hermetic bookworm must overcome their differences to restore a long-dead kingdom.
On Earth as It Is in Hell by Bryan Davis

On Earth As It Is in Hell

Can Ben and his allies prevent a literal hell on earth?
Canaan Sleeps, Daniel Camomile

Canaan Sleeps

Teens living in a “Christian utopia” that twists the gospel for gain and oppression must decide to follow prosperous crowds or Jesus himself.
My Father's Land by A. C. Wilson

My Father’s Land

Ella escaping her pirate capturers is only the beginning of her adventures in the fantastical and mysterious lands of Gwambi.
Alight, J. F. Rogers

Alight

Three friends with unique abilities must forge their way through a vampire infested world where evil seeks to corrupt them and devour their souls.
Tattoo of Crimson, Sarah Chislon
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Tattoo of Crimson

Gently-bred herbalist Jessa Caldwell has no intention of making a suitable match—not when she’s seeking the truth about the taint of the fae that lies within her.
“Complex relationships and social conventions tangle in this unique world inspired by Regency England and the Inquisition era, but overlaid with fae creatures.”
Birthright of Scars: Rising by Laurisa Brandt

Birthright of Scars: Rising

A masked renegade fighting to save his people from genocide accidentally resurrects a dead legend and forms an unlikely friendship with his bounty hunter.
A Wolf's Rose, M. C. Kenendy
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A Wolf’s Rose

A young woman with a magic ring is captured by an agent of evil with supernatural abilities who wants to use her ring to assassinate the nation’s leaders.
“M. C. Kennedy combines “Little Red Riding Hood” with “Beauty and the Beast” to create a deeper story of hatred, forgiveness, and redemption.”
Silver Bounty, Victoria McCombs
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Silver Bounty

Emme is tasked with getting rid of the king, but kings are not an easy target, and this one is bent on purging his lands of pirates.
“Current themes of freedom, sacrifice, and revenge flow through the briny depths of Silver Bounty by Victoria McCombs.”
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.
By Ways Unseen by Daniel Dydek

By Ways Unseen

An unwanted quest. A choice that could save the world. Can one selfish swordsman make a worthy decision?
The Voice of Elyon by A. L. Bowker

The Voice of Elyon

A husband and wife learn to discern God’s Voice amongst the others clamoring for their attention, seeking Him even in the darkest of places.
Calor, J. J. Fisher
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Calor

Sephone must choose between helping Lord Adamo forget his past or journeying deep into the land of Lethe, where the truth about who she really is might finally be revealed.
“J. J. Fischer’s novel Calor explores the value of hope and love in this expansive fallen world, where complex cultures and emotional backstories sing haunting refrains.”
Once Upon A Ren Faire, A. C. Castillo
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Once Upon a Ren Faire

A day at the ren faire becomes more of an adventure than Keltia ever imagined.
“A. C. Castillo’s novel Once Upon a Ren Faire fulfills and subverts fantasy tropes while exploring themes of family pain. ”
The Genesis 6 Project, Michael Ferguson

The Genesis 6 Project

After the escape of a biblical Nephilim from a US genetics lab, Agent Frank Ironhorse Whitman must stop the beast on the Crow reservation.
Exile, Loren G. Warnemuende
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Exile

No matter which choice Maleen made, marriage to a man she didn’t love or exile in a tower, it appeared bondage was the life her father lay before her.
“This gentle fantasy from Loren G. Warnemuende shows little magic or strange creatures, focusing on complex emotions and relationships.”
Aberration, Cathy McCrumb
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Aberration

When rogue drones threaten citizens and the ship’s crew falls ill, the Recorder answers their call for help, once again drawing scrutiny from the Consortium.
“Cathy McCrumb’s compelling style with a keen sense of humanity invigorates this story in which even villains gain their measure of love and loss.”
The Truth Beyond the Lies, Kathleen Bird

The Truth Beyond the Lies

In a world filled with steam and clockwork, one not-so-normal girl searches for what it means to be truly loved by her family and friends.
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.
Frost, Winter's Lonely Guardian, E. E. Rawls

Frost, Winter’s Lonely Guardian

Seventeen-year-old Norah meets a handsome guy with snowflakes in his hair who says he’ll train her to become the next Winter Guardian.
Sacred Fire by Karen Grunst

Sacred Fire

A young empath must find the dark spirit haunting the holy city before she becomes his prey.
A Crown of Chains, Erin Phillips
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A Crown of Chains

Roxana Willows is a wingless fairy with the rare ability to read minds, and becoming queen is the last thing Roxana wants.
“A Crown of Chains creatively retells a biblical tale to explore themes of providence, racism, faith, and fidelity.”
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.”
Dream of Kings, Sharon Hinck
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Dream of Kings

Jolan the dream teller faces a decision that could cost her the man she loves, her calling, and her freedom—all to save a people who abandoned her.
“Sharon Hinck’s novel Dream of Kings fantastically reimagines the biblical Joseph narrative, drawing readers into a vivid world of political intrigue and faith struggles.”
Heroes' Might, Jake Tyson

Heroes’ Might

As superhumans begin showing up around the world, Gideon and the rest of the Vindicators know that they have to stop Professor Ashcroft before he sets out to create a worldwide superhuman crisis.
The Change, Bradley Caffee
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The Change

As the Coalition rises to subjugate the world once more, the team realize they must return to the Chase and seize their one shot to ensure the world remains forever free from the Law.
“Tight situations and Bradley Caffee’s rapid style energize this bracing finale for the Chase Runner world.”
Quest of Fire: Desperation, Brett Armstrong

Quest of Fire: Desperation

Guarding his nation’s last hope, a teen must escape enemy lands.
Wishtress, Nadine Brandes
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Wishtress

Myrthe was born with the ability to turn her tears into wishes. But when a granted wish goes wrong, she is cursed: the next tear she sheds will kill her.
“Plot twists keep the story flowing, and readers will enjoy the story’s many fractured and fallible characters.”
Flight, Kristen Young

Flight

Will Cadence be able to achieve her Elite dreams, or will sinister forces leave her running for her life?
The Deliverer, Jason William Karpf
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The Deliverer

Targeted by a tycoon, hunted by bandit armies, racing pillars of fire—will The Deliverer survive the broken land to save the woman he loves?
“Jason William Karpf’s post-apocalyptic novel The Deliverer transports a grim yet hopeful story, leading to satisfying conclusions for his characters.”
Blood Secrets, Morgan L. Busse
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Blood Secrets

Theo believes he has found a way to stop mankind from Turning, but he doesn’t know how to alter Cass’s unique blood into a cure.
“Blood Secrets charts a satisfying conclusion to the Skyworld duology, with dashing prose that draws readers into this world of steam and mystery.”
The Prince and the Blight, Kathryn Butler

The Prince and the Blight

When a deadly disease overcomes the dream realm, a young girl returns to save the land and people she loves—only to learn one greater than her has plans far beyond her imagination.
When Legends Rise, Daphne Self

When Legends Rise

He was designed to kill, until he became so much more.
The Withering, P. S. Patton

The Withering

The moon will soon collide with the surface of Noloro, and three orphaned teens have nothing left in the world but each other.
Beauty from Ashes, Pamela Hart

Beauty from Ashes

Prince Arnion must conceal his identity from the people he’s been sent to save, including a young woman he’s inexplicably drawn to.
Defender by C.C. Urie

Defender

Cast out of her family, Larken Hale, the Daughter of the Military, is forced to take up the cause to appease her family.
Gemini's Key, H. Halverstadt

Gemini’s Key

Over a thousand years in the future, one young man must prove himself innocent, find his father’s killer, and discover God’s epic plan for his life.
The Wonderland Trials, Sara Ella
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The Wonderland Trials

Follow the White Rabbit into this topsy-turvy fantasy where players become prey, a sip of the wrong tea might as well be poison, and a queen’s ways do not always lead one where they ought to go.
“Although indebted to a classic, The Wonderland Trials is inventive and colorful in its own right, abundantly able to charm and to intrigue.”
Freedom's Fight, Jake Tyson

Freedom’s Fight

The adventures of The Seraph and his growing band of super heroes continue as Gideon seeks the truth about the origins of his powers.
Shadow of Honor, Ronie Kendig

Shadow of Honor

Held captive, tortured by monsters of a nightmarish alien race, Marco Dusan clings to a final goal: keep these beasts from the Quadrants, even if it means orchestrating his own death.
Lost Bits, Kerry Nietz
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Lost Bits

Hampered by imperfect memory, an obsolete body, and limited battery life, 404 sets out to find his home.
“Lost Bits boldly leads fans out of dead wastelands, exploring the nature of humankind through the lenses of a human creation.”
Rats of Dweltford, Matt Barron

Rats of Dweltford

A former convict must defend his duchess from a threat within her own walls.
Vivid, Ashley Bustamante
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Vivid

As Ava learns more about Yellow magic’s potential to control its victims, she now must question whether her rash decisions are all her own or if someone else is pulling the strings.
“Ashley Bustamante’s Vivid paints a world built on secrets and carefully controlled color palettes.”
The Godot Orange, Bruce Roberts

The Godot Orange

Eddie and Will join Ruby Rowe to time-jump headfirst through the unstable event horizon of family, friends, myths, and mysteries.
My Soul to Take, Bryan Davis

My Soul To Take

To save earth, he needs to go to hell and back … again.
The Gift of Dragons, Rachel A. Greco
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The Gift of Dragons

The fate of two species rests on the tip of a dagger.
“Strong themes of reconciliation soar in this fantastic realm whose conflicting heroes must find forgiveness.”
Into Shadow's Fire, Mark Castleberry

Into Shadow’s Fire

On the world of Sulia, help is needed. The Union must help save the people of the city of Gal-Ganeed from being tortured and killed because of their beliefs.
The Dragon and the Stone by Kathryn Butler
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The Dragon and the Stone

A downcast girl embarks on a quest through a dream world to find hope and usher in restoration.
“Kathryn Butler’s The Dragon and the Stone dreams a world of familiar yet new characters who protect the waking world from dreams that come true.”
Deceived, Madisyn Carlin

Deceived

As Therese Westa uncovers the reason for one client’s request, she is faced with a choice: kill an innocent man or save her sisters.
Arena (2022 edition), Karen Hancock

Arena

Transported surreptitiously to a terrifying alien world, with limited resources and only a few cryptic words to guide her, Callie Hayes finds herself engulfed in a perilous battle for freedom—and her very life.
Kurt Nickle-Dickle of Whiskers, N. J. McLagan

Kurt Nickle-Dickle Of Whiskers

Kurt never dreamed a trip to the lake would take him to the end of the rainbow.
"In a city where debts are paid in blood, one young man will learn that everyone needs help sometimes if they want to survive." New in the Lorehaven library: A Matter of Blood, Lauren H Salisbury

A Matter of Blood

In a city where debts are paid in blood, one young man will learn that everyone needs help sometimes if they want to survive.
Ex Magica, Gayle and Stephen Porter

Ex Magica

When a society that has never known a world without magic loses their abilities, will the heirs of the triad of leadership be able to save them, or will they destroy them all?
Elaninae by Jo Boone

Elaninae

Charlie finds herself trapped in no man’s land, with a shooting war about to begin and no way to get home.
Rimewinter, DJ Edwardson

Rimewinter

Guided by his flaming sword, Truesilver, Kion will go to the end of the world to save his mother from the brutish haukmarn army.
Son of the Shield, Mary Schlegel
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Son of the Shield

A loyal diplomat and an embittered defector have one last chance to choose sides in a war that could cost them both everything.
“Lyrical prose and deeply affecting characters elevate Mary Schlegel’s epic fantasy Son of the Shield.”
Maxine Justice, Galactic Attorney, Daniel Schwabauer
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Maxine Justice: Galactic Attorney

Maxine Justice is an ambulance-chasing lawyer desperate for relevance and cash when aliens hire her to represent them before the United Nations.
“John Grisham meets Galaxy Quest in Daniel Schwabauer’s whimsy-gilded sci-fi tale, featuring robot judges, secretive aliens, and a truly flawed human heroine.”
The Culling Begins by Anthony DeGroot

The Culling Begins

Twelve Spirit Oaks keep the Great Deceiver in Tartarus, but what happens when those guardians begin to disappear?
Mordizan, Alyssa Roat
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Mordizan

The bane of Mordred, the son of Mordizan, and a millennia-old prophecy may provide what Brinnie needs to defeat the world of magic’s greatest threat.
“Alyssa Roat creates a thrilling sequel to Wraithwood, introducing new characters and moral quandaries in this Arthurian-inspired tale.”
Casindra Lost, Marti Ward

Casindra Lost

Captain Sideris discovers he’s the sole human guinea pig being gated through a wormhole with an AI playing Noah to his spaceship’s ark.
Prentice Ash, Matt Barron

Prentice Ash

Trained as a knight, condemned as a heretic, exiled as a convict, Prentice’s every moment is a struggle just to survive.
Etania's Calling, M. H. Elrich

Etania’s Calling

Can Etania trust this mysterious prince to keep her secret, or will lies lead to disaster?
The Choice, Bradley Caffee
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The Choice

The chase is over; the world is freed; but the law remains.
“Bradley Caffee’s tight prose makes The Choice a quick Empire Strikes Back–style dystopian sequel that is difficult to resist.”
The Obsidian Butterfly, Lani Forbes

The Obsidian Butterfly

To the Chicome people, an eclipse is a time of terror. Mayana and Ahkin know the full extent of the coming danger, but they must gather support or the Chicome Empire is doomed.

Unbetrothed

Princess Beatriz is unbetrothed and giftless, so she makes a mortal oath that leads to a quest for magic.
Uprooted, Kandi J. Wyatt

Uprooted

Uprooted from home, Hest journeys to a new country where he discovers castle intrigue may doom his new-found friends.
Oathbound, Victoria McCombs
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Oathbound

Emme has spent her life avoiding pirates, but now she must partner with pirates to find a cure on an island that may not exist.
“This tale of oaths and bonds steers an exciting voyage through dangerous waters. Secrets and ambition lurk at every turn, and sins bring real consequences.”
The Magnetar by Jo Boone

The Magnetar

When Charlie’s homeworld is destroyed, she finds herself accidentally enlisted in the newly-formed Combined Service, serving with three alien species.
The Sword and the Song, Carla Laureano

The Sword and the Song

When Conor leaves Ard Dhaimin to find the key to defeating the Red Druid, he delves into a world of shadows and danger.
The Shimmering Ones, Sandy Jank

The Shimmering Ones

Could Jem Stoneheart really be the long-awaited “Gem-Stone,” who could wield the power of the great sword Azul?
Aderes in Karkhana, Maegan M. Simpson

Aderes in Karkhana

After falling into an unknown world, Aderes struggles to learn how to live among her new companions.
Of Fire and Ash, Gillian Bronte Adams
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Of Fire and Ash

Ceridwen tal Desmond rides a fireborn, a steed of fire and ash, trained for destruction. How can she hope to unite instead of destroy?
“Ceridwen’s repeated volatile actions and battle crescendos may threaten to overrun this kingdom, yet the Fireborn Epic’s first book also benefits from two side trails.”
Moses: Against the Gods of Egypt

Moses: Against the Gods of Egypt

Pharaoh is not the only villain Moses must face. The ten plagues are Yahweh’s war with the gods of Egypt. And those gods are not myths. They are demons.
Strayblood, E. E. Rawls

Strayblood

Becoming a Draev won’t be easy for Cyrus, a girl who can manipulate metal, and Aken the last Scourgeblood, in a world that will use them or destroy them.
Awakened, T. E. Bradford

Awakened

When Cara finds herself wounded and defenseless in the middle of a battle zone, she has no choice but to use the only weapon she can find: a disabled robot soldier.
Hælend's Ballad, Ian V. Conrey
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Haelend’s Ballad

When a young orphan drowns and comes back to life, rumors begin to spread that the end of the world is coming.
“Ian Conrey creates a fantasy that borrows from steampunk, forging a thought-provoking and richly constructed war story.”
Prophecy's Heirs by Emily G. Watson

Prophecy’s Heirs

Three children must go on a quest to save their father by traveling to the edge of the world and beyond.
Head Over Tails, Brianna Tibbetts

Head Over Tails

Jacob didn’t ask to fall in love with a mermaid, but when he seeks treatment for his “hallucination,” a very real mermaid is forced to face the human world.
Recorder, Cathy McCrumb
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Recorder

Recorder is cut off from technology and tastes what it means to be human. But if the Consortium discovers her feelings, everyone she knows will be in danger.
“Cathy McCrumb handles heavy subjects with a light touch, keeping the novel from grimness. Recorder is a creative and engaging novel that will appeal to a broad audience.”