Christian-made fantastical books for all kinds of readers

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.
HĂŚlend'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.
Thrice by Andrew D. Meredith

Thrice

Forced out on the road with the boy left in his care, Jovan determines to journey into the cave of the bear—to seek out those that would do him and his boy harm.
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.”
Kingdom Lost, Dawn Shipman

Kingdom Lost

A young princess must unite with non-human beings in her world to wrest her kingdom back from an evil neighboring prince and the wizard who empowers him.
Rhataloo, Kerry Nietz

Rhataloo

My name is Sedrick. I’m a man-size, space-faring rhat. I’m also executive officer for an interstellar cargo ship. My captain and I are in trouble.
Masks: The Unmercenaries, Konstantin Träumer

Masks: The Unmercenaries

A ragtag team of vigilantes band together to save their city, Nymphis the city of Masks, from an anonymous threat threatening to undermine it all.
Wolf Soldier, James R. Hannibal
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Wolf Soldier

Connor Enarian and four young initiates rekindle the fires of the Lightraider Order to destroy a portal and stop an impending invasion.
“Simple prose and candid heroes enjoin biblical truth, highlighting Scripture-like verses and faith as means of vanquishing external enemies.”
Rogue Shift, AJ Skelly

Rogue Shift

Two lives forever intertwined by a deadly decision and a dark secret.
The Songkiller's Symphony, Daeus Lamb

The Songkiller’s Symphony

A young adventurer seeks to conquer the demons inside him through the rigors of a heroic quest.
That Pale Host, L. G. McCary
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That Pale Host

As her daughter grows, so does Charlotte’s fear. Whoever is watching has a message and will do anything to make her understand.
“That Pale Host slips through the walls of time, exposing spectral groanings too deep for words and the hope of healing that often lingers just out of reach.”
Rose Petals and Snowflakes, Kendra E. Ardnek
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Rose Petals and Snowflakes

After their father’s death, and thanks to their older half-brother’s wanderlust, two sisters find themselves caught in the politics of mysterious forest.
“Kendra E. Ardnek combines Jane Austen–style storylines with fairy tales, yielding a delightful fantasy romance with callbacks to both genres while creating her own new style.”
Shadows at Nightfall, Brett Armstrong

Shadows at Nightfall

Two teens must face the darkest terrors of their world, which hide in the shadows no longer.
Elite, Kristen Young
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Elite

Flick must decide where her allegiances lie soon, or the Triumph of Love festival might bring about her demise.
“Elite explores parallels to the early Church, beautifully intertwining faith and action in this high-stakes post-apocalyptic adventure.”
The Faith to Forgive, Kathleen Bird

The Faith to Forgive

In the wake of great personal grief, a young woman will learn the power of forgiveness for herself and those around her.
Heartrender, V. Romas Burton

Heartrender

Ophidian will be almost impossible to defeat. Will Addie be able to complete her promise to Eman before darkness rules?
Cain's Redemption, A. J. Chamberlain

Cain’s Redemption

Once again the enemy conjures a plan to bring ruin to Alex Masters and her God given destiny, and this time no one that Alex loves will be safe.
The Gatekeeper's Descendants, Johanna Frank

The Gatekeeper’s Descendants

Spirited and stubborn Pipiera grudgingly accepts a task to save a fledgling earth-dwelling boy, Matthew, from sabotaging his own future.
Sovereign Servants: The Sending, W. C. Jasper

Sovereign Servants: The Sending

Even in a Virgin Earth which is yet undefiled by the baneful touch of man, what can protect this world from inevitable corruption of the human heart?
Secrets in the Mist, Morgan L. Busse
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Secrets in the Mist

In a world where humanity lives in the sky to escape a deadly mist below, Cass dives into ruined cities, then is hired to find a way to eradicate the Mist.
“Treasure hunts and zombies sail smoothly in the skies of this post-apocalyptic world, raising natural questions about why such horrors and miseries exist.”
The Rise of the Crimson King, John Paul Tucker

The Rise of the Crimson King

The Crimson King is readying a decisive attack on the hapless citizens of the Fragile Lands, forever extinguishing the hope of the Song of Fridorfold.
Legend of the Rainbow Eater, Kristiana Sfirlea

Legend of the Rainbow Eater

Rose Skylar and Marek Knoxwind grapple with right and wrong as they face down an enemy that is responsible for their friendship.
Spiritwalker, L. M. Helm

Spiritwalker

While on the hunt for a notorious outlaw and his mountain of stolen gold, a young man learns that he must kill his flesh to save his soul.
Wraithwood, Alyssa Roat
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Wraithwood

An estranged uncle, a mysterious mansion, and Arthurian legend–together they lead to a world of magic and bloodthirsty wizards who want teenage Brinnie dead.
“This tale of wizards battling between our world and a parallel one conjures an enjoyable reading experience.”
Shadow, Kara Swanson
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Shadow

Peter Pan has crash-landed back on Neverland. But this is not the island he remembers.
“Kara Swanson’s page-turner soars while wonderfully concluding this creative retelling of the classic Peter Pan.”
The Beauty of Magic, Rachel Ann Michael Harris

The Beauty of Magic

Svana will have to survive her step-mother’s deadly magic to save those she loves or become the next victim.
Ignite, Jenna Terese

Ignite

In a world where superhumans aren’t considered heroes, a teenage girl must decide if her powers are a part of her worth keeping.
A Dragon By Any Other Name, S. D. Grimm

A Dragon By Any Other Name

This time, Beauty is the Beast, and she wants Prince Charming dead.
Silverblood, Jamie Foley

Silverblood

Brooke accepts a marriage alliance she knows she’ll soon regret. Meanwhile, an Emberhawk prince is seeding a rebellion.
The Chase, Bradley Caffee
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The Chase

To change the Law that rules the world, one teen must win the Chase for the chance to change one law.
“Readers who catch a second wind will find a gripping adventure and reason to anticipate the next match.”
Discernment, Lauren H. Salisbury

Discernment

A misfit, a fugitive, and a sacred destiny. Everything changes when all three collide.
Truesilver, DJ Edwardson
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Truesilver

Kion Bray’s quest for redemption may be ended by a sword-fighting tournament and a dark army mobilizing to the north.
“Monstrous enemies, magic swords, and weighty discussions of honor and courage balance out teenage angst, village life, and small-minded characters.”
The Long Shadow, Phyllis Wheeler

The Long Shadow

Fourteen-year-old Richie from white suburbia is whisked back fifty years, fighting to survive a freak storm and afraid to accept help from a black man.
Amok, Anna Tan

Amok

When his city falls to the enemy, Mikal must find a way to regain Kudus’ favour—and His supernatural Amok Strength—to liberate his people.
Come Back to Me, Jody Hedlund

Come Back to Me

Scientist Marian Creighton was skeptical of her father’s lifelong research of ancient holy water—until she ingests some of it and finds herself transported back to the Middle Ages.
Errant: A Legend of the Gallant Knight, Emily Dabb

Errant: A Legend of the Gallant Knight

Driven from his home by the suspicions of an angry brother, the Knight must fight for purpose as he rides on a quest to bring peace to a neighboring kingdom.
Madness Solver in Wonderland, E. E. Rawls

Madness Solver in Wonderland

It all began when a well-dressed cat named Cheshire appeared one day and gave him the power of the Madness Solver.
Urban Angel, A. J. Chamberlain

Urban Angel

Alex Masters wants to share the good news of Jesus with her generation, and her enemies, physical and spiritual, will do all they can to stop her.
Invading Hell, Bryan Davis

Invading Hell

The aliens are conquered, but the sinister force behind them remains to be defeated.
Windward Shore, Sharon Hinck

Windward Shore

The island world of Meriel faces an old adversary and a new danger. Will the reformed Order die before it has a chance to blossom?
Lovely People, Minna Sundberg
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Lovely People

Three best friend bunnies are living in a Social Credit system, and are enjoying their lives until they run into trouble.
“Minna Sundberg’s short graphic novel celebrates adorable bunnies and the full gospel while warning against modern consumerism and moralistic surveillance.”
The Hâgthorn Wound, John Paul Tucker

The Hâgthorn Wound

Will’s longing for his missing father ignites a dramatic and fateful quest into the mythical country of Fairus.
The Watcher, Sara Davison

The Watcher

When secrets are revealed, spiritual and temporal forces collide, and Kathryn—and everyone she loves—is about to be caught in the crossfire.
To Love in Peace, Kathleen Bird

To Love in Peace

Facing an uncertain future for herself and her kingdom, Princess Katherine must learn what it means to fully place her trust in God and the people who love her most.
First Shift, AJ Skelly

First Shift

Two lives forever entertained by one drop of blood and a killer’s obsession.
Fake Nora, Kelly Martin

Fake Nora

Sucked into an antique mirror and replaced by an evil doppelgänger, Nora must team up with another trapped boy to escape the mirror and its dark residents.
The Centauri Survivors, Andrew J. Chamberlain
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The Centauri Survivors

“Stranded on this planet, we face both human and alien enemies; but I have learnt to fight for the ones I love.”
“Imagine an alien invasion, but inverted. . . . This fun, leisurely-paced story brightens a constellation of classic sci-fi tropes.”
Vigilante's Light, Jake Tyson

Vigilante’s Light

After his rescue from guerrillas in Venezuela, Gideon finds himself with super-abilities, and he becomes a vigilante to protect his city, but he learns that being a vigilante comes with a price.
The Jade Bones, Lani Forbes

The Jade Bones

Cast into the underworld, Mayana and Ahkin must overcome unimaginable odds if they are to return home and reclaim the throne of the Chicome.
Torch, R. J. Anderson
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Torch

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.”
When Desperate Measures Are All You Have Left, J. C. Morrows

When Desperate Measures Are All You Have Left

Five years ago, a young struggling author sold her novel, and now her fantasy desperately needs an infusion of magic.
Calculated, Nova McBee
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Calculated

She has many names – Octavia, Double 8, Phoenix, Josephine. She’s a math prodigy, a calculating genius and everyone wants her.
“Nova McBee’s Calculated is a striking novel whose vivid characters and world are brought home by skillful writing. ”
The Green Door, Chris Solaas

The Green Door

A teen girl and her family travel through a dystopian dimension devastated by biological warfare.

Ælefas

In a future world of Forgettings, history is trapped in an eternal medieval age and sorcery is brain-powered neurojectics, the heritage of a distant technological past.
The Father's Tree, Crystal Jencks

The Father’s Tree

Six desperate travelers quest to find the fruit that can save the world, but in doing so trigger the war to end all wars.
The Wolf Queen, Tabitha Caplinger

The Wolf Queen

Mortals are becoming monsters. Can the heart of the Wolf Queen defeat the darkness before the dragon rises?
Brimstone 1, Jasom William Karpf

Brimstone 1

A billionaire launches the first Christian rocket to intercept a UFO responding to interstellar Bible broadcasts.
The Rooster and the Raven King, John Paul Tucker

The Rooster and the Raven King

Cary, Clarisse, and Gregory embark on a quest to recover stolen scrolls and find Keida, who may possess the secret to defeating their sly foe, Blodcroew.
Dawn of Vengeance, Ronie Kendig

Dawn of Vengeance

A haunting prophecy upended his identity. Now it demands his life. Marco Dusan is plagued by insecurity as he tours the realm he now rules.
Fear No Evil, Allen Brokken

Fear No Evil

Separated and alone in a valley of shadows, Lauren, Aiden and Ethan must rely on their faith to fear no evil.
Hamelin Stoop: The Ring of Truth, Robert B. Sloan

Hamelin Stoop: The Ring of Truth

Hamelin must return a missing princess to the Land of Gloaming, but what if she is an ordinary young woman who does not know who she really is?
Eyes2C, April Angel Brunk

Eyes2C

Foster kid Norma Jeane Lewis must learn to fight against the dark forces that try to keep her from a birthright she never knew she had.
Cinderella Spell, Laurie Lee
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Cinderella Spell

Cinderella has her prince, but a fairy tale ending is not what she has in mind.
“In Laurie Lee’s dark fairy tale retelling Cinderella Spell, Cinderella is more than she seems, and true love doesn’t lie where you think.”
The Governess of Greenmere, Paul Leone
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The Governess of Greenmere

In Victorian Britain, a young woman is suddenly thrust into a strange Otherworld of magic, peril and great responsibility.
“Obscure Arthurian and Celtic references blend with biblical imagery and high heroism in this brief yet old-souled story.”
Love Costs, E. B. Roshan

Love Costs

Because he hasn’t been able to stop or change the violence in his city, Radoslav feels like a failure–until he meets Dunya and realizes he can give her the ultimate gift.
Fractures, Jason C. Joyner
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Fractures

Superpowered teens must battle new enemies and their own selfish desires.
“Jason Joyner’s second superhero tale Fractures offers a deft combination of action, spiritual themes, and the tribulations of growing up.”
Nomad, R. J. Anderson
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Nomad

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
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Charis Colony: The Landing

Charis Colony: The Landing

Persecuted for crimes they didn’t commit, Raj and Shirin Mondal flee the eugenic dystopian state bent on “harvesting” their unborn child.
Power Unimaginable, Michael J. Harvey

Power Unimaginable

Enter a world of magic and wonder to uncover the secret purposes of a mysterious Mage-Lord in this thrilling finale to a high fantasy epic.
Apprentice, Kristen Young
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Apprentice

Moving to the Elite Academy could give Flick the future she’s always wanted. But her search for truth may lead to a danger she cannot escape.
“Common dystopian themes quickly grow beyond clichĂŠs in this thrilling search for truth and the meaning of reality.”
Salvare's Mountain, D. P. Rowell
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Salvare’s Mountain

When an entire civilization falls prey to an addictive magic that blurs the line between good and evil, one rebel defies the powerful order with nothing but the truth.
“In Salvare’s Mountain, D. P. Rowell creates a fantasy shaded with allegory and anarchic worldbuilding.”
The Bright Abyss, Jacob E. Hess

The Bright Abyss

In a universe shrouded in darkness, threatened by the power of a primordial evil, a great light shines that will change everything.
The PRISM Conspiracy, Mary Schlegel
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The PRISM Conspiracy

A gullible artist’s dream job gets complicated when she’s partnered with an infuriating android who is much more than he seems.
“Mary Schlegel’s gentle sci-fi The PRISM Conspiracy offers an attractive blend of possibility and sweet romance.”
Forsaken Island, Sharon Hinck
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Forsaken Island

Freeing the villagers of the bondage they’ve chosen may cost Carya and Brantley more than they could have imagined.
“Sharon Hinck skillfully dances through competing storylines of witnessing, spiritual doubts, coping with a life-altering disability, and exploring a new world.”
The Third Golem, Mike Duran

The Third Golem

Will paranormal reporter Reagan Moon manage to master the staff in time to thwart the Third Golem, or will his “survivor streak” finally hit the wall?
Heartbreaker, V. Romas Burton

Heartbreaker

After discovering she is the Bellata, the warrior meant to save Decim, Addie must learn to balance her new power and unite the Twelve Magisters before it’s too late.
Salt Heart, K. L. Pezzutto

Salt Heart

After humanoid creatures wash ashore, a young woman learns of her angelic descent and uncovers an ancient plot to destroy her people.
Swift, R. J. Anderson
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Swift

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
The Icarus Aftermath, Arielle M. Bailey
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The Icarus Aftermath

With their best captain gone, Talos steps up to lead the Rebellion’s fighters. First objective: take out the Labyrinth. Only problem? No one can find its key.
“Arielle M. Bailey’s The Icarus Aftermath spins a golden yarn of vivid characters and gripping emotion, set in a world ripe for exploration.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Light of Orion, S. L. Richardson

Light of Orion

Seventeen-year-old Olivia Drake secretly trains in Las Vegas, struggling to master her powers and gain respect as the only woman on the team.
Still Small Voice, Allen Brokken
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Still Small Voice

As defenders of the light, Lauren, Aiden and Ethan take up the Armor of God and embark on a journey to stop the dark forces invading their land.
“This simple frontier story gives its child heroes complex dilemmas.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Dust, Kara Swanson
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Dust

The girl who fears her own destiny is on a collision course with the boy who never wanted to grow up.
“Nothing is as it seems, and wishing on stars will get her nowhere in this delightfully twisted sequel to a classic.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Paper and Thorns, Elijah David

Paper and Thorns

Lost in a labyrinth and faced with impossible tasks, one Beast will stop at nothing to save the woman who cursed him.
Daniel and the Serpent's Abyss, Nathan Lumbatis

Daniel and the Serpent’s Abyss

Daniel, Ben, and Seren eagerly await their mission to save Raylin and acquire the last Weapon of Power: the Abyssal Staff.
Final Chance, E. B. Roshan

Final Chance

Preen is convinced she can rescue her husband, but before long she realizes she’s the one in danger.
Chapel Street, Sean Paul Murphy

Chapel Street

Rick Bakos straddles the boundary between sanity and madness while battling a demonic curse that has driven his family members to suicide for generations.
Bound, L. A. Smith

Bound

Thomas’ harrowing journey through 7th-century England continues, bringing him straight into the path of another Traveller’s diabolical plan.
I Call Him HIM, Scott W. Kimak

I Call Him HIM

Can a young girl save a mighty warrior from losing his soul?
Heaven Came Down, Bryan Davis

Heaven Came Down

The heavenly visitors claimed to be angels, but they may be something far more sinister.
These Nameless Things, Shawn Smucker

These Nameless Things

Once held captive and tortured on a mysterious mountain, Dan remembers one thing—his escape meant having to leave his brother behind.
An Echo of the Fae, Jenelle Leanne Schmidt

An Echo of the Fae

One young girl must outwit all the tricksters of faerie to save the sister she has never met.
Khali and the Orb of Xona, Mark Stibbe and Steve Brazier

Khali and the Orb of Xona

Faraway on the planet Xona, Khali’s quest to find his missing father results in the discovery of special powers and opposition from enemies.
Gretchen and the Bear, Carrie Anne Noble
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Gretchen and the Bear

Sixteen-year-old Gretchen encounters three bear shape-shifters who believe she’s a legendary heroine, and learns the true meaning of sacrificial love.
“Carrie Anne Noble’s delightful fantasy/sci-fi mashup Gretchen and the Bear defies every expectation.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020