Christian-made fantastical books for all kinds of readers

Crystal Witness, Kathy Tyers
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Crystal Witness

When Ming Dalamani awakens from twenty years of suspended animation, she recalls only fragments of her former life.
“Crystal Witness exudes a galactic aroma that pulls in readers with strength like the vacuum of space.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
Beast of the Night, E. E. Rawls

Beast of the Night

A one-armed, practical girl. A rude lord hiding a curse. A dark secret with the town’s fate hanging in the balance.
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.
Skate the Thief, Jeff Ayers
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Skate the Thief

A young, orphaned thief must choose whom to betray: her new mentor, a powerful undead wizard; or the crime lords who raised her and who covet the wizard’s power.
“Although Skate the Thief makes a few leaps in story logic, its sympathetic characters will steal readers’ hearts.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
The Horse Queen, Lavay Byrd

The Horse Queen

When conspiracies threaten the fate of the Pegasus Empire, a lowly mare must overcome her fears of society to save the horses from extermination.
The Story Hunter, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Hunter

Heartbreak and bloodshed await Tanwen and her friends as they discover the unlikeliest leader now rules Tir.
“Danger, intrigue, and unforeseen twists make The Story Hunter an entirely satisfying conclusion to the Weaver Trilogy series.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Moonscript, Hannah Williams
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Moonscript

An unlikely assortment of friends seek to save a tortured elf prince from both his captors and his own dark nature.
“In Moonscript, H. S. J. Williams creates a classic fantasy and deeply weaves strong spiritual element into the world.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Oron Amular 2: Rite of Passage, Michael J. Harvey

Oron Amular: Rite of Passage

To earn his rite of passage and continue his quest for Power Unimaginable, King Curillian turns aside to rescue an old friend in dire need.
The Land of the Purple Ring, Deborah J. Natelson
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The Land of the Purple Ring

A mechanical man with a diamond clockwork heart escapes slavery to Time, then undertakes an epic journey to save a friend and find his purpose.
“Deborah J. Natelson’s The Land of the Purple Ring is a delightful romp through wordplay and half-sketched puns.”
Legend of the Storm Sneezer, Kristiana Sfirlea
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Legend of the Storm Sneezer

A 13-year-old girl who sneezed a magical storm cloud at birth is taken to an asylum for unstable magic and into a mystery of ghosts and time travel.
“Teen readers fond of lengthy, lighthearted ghost-and-zombie tales will enjoy Legend of the Storm Sneezer by Kristiana Sfirlea.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Wrong Place, Right Time, E. B. Roshan

Wrong Place, Right Time

Anna and Boris must decide if they will allow the hatred that is destroying their city to tear them apart too.
Winter Spell, Claire M. Banschbach

Winter Spell

When an outcast faery accidentally curses the world with brutal winter, she must undo the curse with a war-torn band of heroes before human and faeries kingdoms are destroyed.
The Eternal Struggle, Esther Wallace
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The Eternal Struggle

In Mira’s fall, can Arnacin and Valoretta find the courage to overcome their terrible pasts?
“Esther Wallace’s novel The Eternal Struggle forms a dark sequel that brings hero and heroine into close fellowship with loss and brutality.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
Tales of Elhaanai, Nicole Patrice Thomas

Tales of Elhaanai

In a land divided by greed and the desire for power, what was once remained in the shadows is grasping for a foothold over the light.
Kingdom Above the Cloud, Maggie Platt

Kingdom Above the Cloud

What if the nine Fruit of the Spirit and the Seven Deadly Sins were locked in a battle for control?
Let the Ghosts Speak, Bryan Davis
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Let the Ghosts Speak

In 19th-century Paris, murder suspect Justin Trotter flees to the catacombs, where only the ghosts of the martyrs can help him find the true killer.
“Although often grim, Let the Ghosts Speak gives a captivating read of murder, mystery, and spirituality.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
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.
For Whom the Sun Sings, W. A. Fulkerson
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For Whom the Sun Sings

The world is blind . . . then one boy is born with sight.
“W. A. Fulkerson’s debut opens the eyes of adults with childlike faith.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Emberhawk, Jamie Foley
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Emberhawk

The elementals have decided they’re gods, and humans are nothing but fuel for their fire.
“Jamie Foley’s worldbuilding is astounding . . . layers of plot and various twists make this a book readers won’t want to put down.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
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 Hourglass and the Darkness, Kyle L. Elliott
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The Hourglass and the Darkness

A disturbing discovery pulls Jake into the middle of an ancient war between the spiritual forces of good and evil.
“Kyle L. Elliott’s novel The Hourglass and the Darkness posits a world before the great Flood, starting a promising series.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
The Seventh Sun, Lani Forbes
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The Seventh Sun

Despite all Prince Ahkin’s efforts, the sun is fading—and the end of the world may be at hand.
“Law and grace collide like elemental powers in this rich tale, whose author keeps taut yet luxuriant focus on mythology and setting.”
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
Hidden Current, Sharon Hinck
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Hidden Current

Can Calara restore the dance to its true purpose and bring freedom and hope to her people?
“Sharon Hinck’s fantasy dances to the rhythm of our Creator’s heart.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Akiniwazisaga: Into The High Places, M. D. Boncher

Akiniwazisaga: Into The High Places

As the power vacuum in the capital tears at the fabric of the city, Leif’s mother fights to protect his inheritance against the rebel jarls.
Moraturi Lost, Marti Ward

Moraturi Lost

Trainee vet Eva is junior officer on a pre-colonization mission to the Andromeda galaxy when the ship drops out of the wormhole two lightyears from New Eden—and she must take charge.
Veiled Sun, Brett Armstorng

Veiled Sun

Project Alexandria is rewriting history, and one teen’s only allies are criminals as dark as the forces he’s fighting.
Hunter's Moon, Sarah M. Awa
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Hunter’s Moon

One bite on her hand … and Mel has a million problems slipping through her fingers.
“Sarah M. Awa’s howlingly intense drama Hunter’s Moon is perfect for young adults who enjoy plot-driven stories and horror genres.”
Mantle, Oliver D. King

Mantle

Winter breaks all the rules to stop Xaphan before he destroys the world.
Brand of Light, Ronie Kendig
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Brand of Light

Kersei Dragoumis awakens in a derelict shuttle, alone, injured, and ignorant of the forbidden technology that has swept her into a nightmare.
“Sci-fi and fantasy clash in this rapid-fire genre-blender.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Acolyte, Oliver D. King

Acolyte

Xaphan sends a demon to hunt down Winter, and Winter doesn’t know what to do to stop it.
Bargaining Power, Sarah Awa

Bargaining Power

A secretary is the only one who can save the king’s life and stop a beguiling demon-fairy-woman from destroying countless other lives.
Oron Amular: Call of the Mountain, Michael J. Harvey

Oron Amular: Call of the Mountain

An epic adventure awaits when the lost mountain breaks its long silence, and lords and wanderers alike set out to seek for Power Unimaginable.
Conflict with Shadows, Mark Castleberry

Conflict With Shadows

A fast-past story of invading darkness. The first in a series of light versus darkness; and the connection with the past to help fight for the future. When the Bathshe invades, the Republic and the Federation must come together to […]
Prophetess, Oliver D. King

Prophetess

Somewhere a girl of prophecy is hiding, and Winter must find her before Xaphan does.
Qin: Dragon Emperor of China, Brian Godawa

Qin: Dragon Emperor of China

In 220 B.C., the Greek king over Babylon sends his son, dishonored warrior Antiochus, into the mysterious land of the Far East to capture a mythical creature that will give him absolute power.
Winter, Oliver D. King

Winter

A college Goth girl discovers she has the gift of prophecy and must use it to protect her friends from a Satanic priest.
Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel

Jezebel: Harlot Queen of Israel

They thought she was bringing unity, progress and change to ancient Israel. She brought Baal, the storm god of Canaan.
The End of the Magi, Patrick W. Carr
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The End of the Magi

Myrad, a young magi acolyte, flees for his life when his adoptive father and others are put to death by a ruthless Parthian queen.
“For these wise but motley men, it’s no easy feat to follow the star.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2019
Light of Mine, Allen Brokken
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Light of Mine

Lauren, Aiden, and Ethan must stop the agents of The Dark One from putting out the Light and dooming the heathlands to Darkness.
“How-to descriptions of building and cooking are interspersed with moral instruction . . . the story conveys a sound faith lesson.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Realm: Horizon's Edge, John Leslie Battenfield

Realm: Horizon’s Edge

As young Madison Janz follows the God King through a prophesied yet perplexing paradise, she will lose nearly everything.
Amish Werewolves of Space, Kerry Nietz

Amish Werewolves of Space

A resurgent zombie horde and mysterious nightly howls signal doom, not only for the Amish, but for the entire galaxy.
Mark of Orion, S. L. Richardson

Mark of Orion

Three teens discover their ancient supernatural lineages and must battle the Fallen driven by their evil creed to annihilate humanity and its Creator.
A Weight of Reckoning, C. S. Wachter

A Weight of Reckoning

Though young Prince Rayne triumphed over Sigmund’s demonic evil, will he survive the demon’s plans birthed within the false cult of scroll worship?
Dark is the Night, Mirriam Neal
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Dark is the Night

He’s hunting vampires and revenge, and he’ll get more than he bargained for.
“Mirriam Neal’s vampire novel Dark is the Night keeps the punches and the fangs rolling.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2020
After Moses by Michael F. Kane

After Moses

His gruff exterior hides a man who wants to do the right thing. But running from trouble won’t work when the planets need a hero.
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
Fate of the Redeemed, Chad Pettit

Fate of the Redeemed

When his supernatural guide is captured, one man’s decision to serve God will be tested like never before.
Iggy & Oz: The Plastic Dinos of Doom, J. J. Johnson

Iggy & Oz: The Plastic Dinos of Doom

Iggy, Oz, and their friends must catch the plastic dinos of doom before the damage escalates.
Valor's Worth, Rebecca P. Minor

Valor’s Worth

The notorious dragon-kin may still pose a threat to elves and men, driving Lieutenant Commander Vinyanel Ecleriast on a mission to investigate.
Heartmender, V. Romas Burton
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Heartmender

In a realm where hearts are used as currency, Adelaide Tye uses her powerful heart to save her brother from the monster who lured him away years ago.
“V. Romas Burton’s Heartmender pumps new blood into the classic good-versus-evil paradigm by way of the classic Seven Deadly Sins.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
Sorrowfish, Anne C. Miles
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Sorrowfish

A bard. A wizard. And a college student from Kentucky.
“A twist to the familiar notion of secret passages between our humdrum world and a magical world . . . Sorrowfish is a creative, empathetic fantasy.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
The Ascension, Richard Spillman

The Ascension

Lazarus and his team face overwhelming odds again as they race to stop demonic forces with plans to release a bioweapon.
Seventh City, Emily Hayse
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Seventh City

Armed with a wolf-dog and a heart of courage, Maki sets out on a journey that will demand all her strength and cunning.
“Good heroes live in Emily Hayse’s Arctic-flavored fantasy.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2020
A Hope for Joy, Kathleen Bird

A Hope for Joy

Two girls go on a journey that leads them to new discoveries about themselves, their families, and their faith.
Babel, Brennan S. McPherson

Babel: The Story of the Tower and the Rebellion of Man

As the world rebels against God, the prophet Noah must face his role in the unraveling of his family and of their trust in the God he serves.
The Story Raider, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Raider

Tanwen and the Corsyth weavers race to collect the strands of an ancient cure. But Gryfelle isn’t the only one afflicted by the weaver’s curse.
“More adventure, higher stakes, and betrayal at every turn make Lindsay A. Franklin’s fantasy The Story Raider a sequel that exceeds expectations.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Remnant, Daniel Peyton
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Remnant

When primitive alien life is found and science declares God is defeated, how does the last vestige of Christianity respond?
“Daniel Peyton’s sci-fi simplifies complex themes while raising important challenges to faith.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2020
Light from Distant Stars, Shawn Smucker
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Light from Distant Stars

Cohen Marah steps over his father’s body, and then steps into a labyrinth of memory. Did he kill his father?
“Magic-edged memory meets the reality of death and family trauma.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Beatitudes and Woes, editor: Travis Perry
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Beatitudes & Woes

Explore the beatitudes and woes of the Bible through the stories of thirteen Christian authors in this uniquely powerful anthology
“Beatitudes & Woes is a bold experiment . . . the showstopper entries by themselves are enough to justify the price of admission.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Shard & Shield, Laura VanArendonk Baugh
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Shard & Shield

An outcast officer in a magical war can save the life of his only friend, but only by betraying the innocents he swore to protect.
“Laura VanArendonk Baugh’s Shard & Shield will intrigue readers with its world-building and complex relationships.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Jordan's World, Allen Steadham
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Jordan’s World

If you were at death’s door and God gave you a chance to live, would you promise to go against your own hopes and dreams?
“Jordan’s World provides engaging escapism with a cast of likable characters.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2019
2085: The Rise and Fall of The Sisters, Christopher J. Weeks

2085: The Rise and Fall of The Sisters

In the year 2085, militaristic feminism rules and a small group of renegade Christians holds the key to the world’s survival.
Heart of the Curiosity, H. L. Burke
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Heart of the Curiosity

The Curiosity’s sole hope lies in a mythical power source hidden beneath the maze-like passages and trapdoors of the theater—the Heart.
“Biblical themes dazzle and heroines must heal from harm throughout the wonders of H. L. Burke’s The Heart of the Curiosity.”
Vincent in Wonderland, C. E. White
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Vincent in Wonderland

A mysterious white rabbit introduces 11-year-old Vincent van Gogh to Alice, and their quest begins—defeat the dreaded Jabberwock before it consumes all of Wonderland.
“C. E. White’s whimsical retelling pairs 11-year-old Vincent van Gogh with Alice Liddell when both youngsters are called to a magical realm.”
Conquests and Consequences, Lee Watts

Conquests and Consequences

After being shot down, Alexander Lyons struggles to survive on an untamed world full of gargantuan beasts.
King of Aethon, Lavay Byrd

King of Aethon

With Aethon at war with the savage lupines, an unlikely hero flees for his life while wrestling with a daunting choice to become the next king of the horses.
Aloft, J. S. Rogers

Aloft

One girl will face the ultimate evil in her final battle in God’s quest … in her mind.
Wilding, L. A. Smith
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Wilding

A young man’s shadowed destiny leads him to the past, and could change our world forever.
“L. A. Smith’s historical fantasy Wilding offers a lively journey through the foreign world of ancient Europe and the wild world of the Fey.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2019
The Treasure of Capric, Brandon M. Wilborn
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The Treasure of Capric

In a nation under clouds of darkness, three young monks race to find their sacred treasure before their world collapses.
“With The Treasure of Capric, Brandon M. Wilborn blends Brother Cadfael with Prince Caspian to conjure a complex, lived-in world.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
Prelude and Abduction in A Minor, Keith A. Robinson
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Prelude and Abduction in A Minor

In a universe where music can manipulate nature, ancient Overlords plot to recover powerful artifacts and wage war against the followers of the Great Composer!
“Prelude and Abduction: in A Minor strikes up a distinctive melody in the key of Star Wars by providing music-based powers to alien races in conflict.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2019
The Crimson Inkwell, Kenneth A. Baldwin

The Crimson Inkwell

When an aspiring journalist discovers a magic pen that turns fact to fiction, her career, family, and engagement face enchanted consequences.
Mouse, Kaylena Radcliff
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Mouse

A teenaged girl must escape the horrifying prison camp holding her captive to reclaim her stolen memory and find her lost people.
“Mouse is an intriguing adventure whose characters draw in readers, with a complex world that promises to become even more rich and vibrant as the series continues.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2019
Whispering Tower, Katie Clark

Whispering Tower

What would you do if you accidentally fell through time?
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.
Quest of Fire: The Gathering Dark, Brett Armstrong

The Gathering Dark

A teen risks everything to save a cruel kingdom from cannons and the claws of mythic monsters.
Akiniwazisaga: The Inheritance Thieves, M. D. Boncher

Akiniwazisaga: The Inheritance Thieves

Leif, heir to the crown of the Akiniwazi Union, fights to protect his birthright from those plotting to steal it.
Claimed, Nicole Adamz

Claimed

In a city full of winged people, Ari and Maewyn have chosen different gods, but only one can reign.
The Darkened Land, Larry Paris
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The Darkened Land

In a land of darkness, seven people defend one of the seven cities of light against the forces of darkness.
“Larry Paris’s novel is an ambitious work, filled with heroes battling various grotesque monsters.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2019
The Jericho Prophecy, Fiona Tarr

The Jericho Prophecy

The Israelites come to claim the promised land, but the Priestess and the Goddess are not about to let it go without a fight.
Tranquility, Christa Conklin
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Tranquility

She must prove there’s more to life than peace and more to death than dying.
“In the human world of Christa Conklin’s Tranquility, conflict and tension defer to the pleasantries of picnics with fairies and merfolk.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
The Knight in Battered Armor, Brianna Tibbetts

The Knight in Battered Armor

A captive princess and the son of a knight prove that shining armor is the sign of a coward, but battered armor reveals the hero within.
Diondray's Roundabout, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Roundabout

A young man purses his destiny but will become sidetracked by a culture that doesn’t believe in things outside of humanity.
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
Black Blood, S. D. Grimm

Black Blood

She never wanted to be the deliverer for the very people who killed her family, but destiny didn’t seem to care.
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
Song of Leira, Gillian Bronte Adams

Song of Leira

With the fate of the world at stake, the Song bids her rise to battle and the Songkeeper must answer.
Songkeeper by Gillian Bronte Adams

Songkeeper

War ravages Leira and the Song has fallen silent. Freed from the hold of a slave ship, Birdie, the young Songkeeper, and Ky, a street-wise thief, emerge to a world at war.
Orphan's Song, Gillian Bronte Adams
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Orphan’s Song

Every generation has a Songkeeper – one chosen to keep the memory of the Song alive. And in every generation, there are those who seek to destroy the chosen one.
“Gillian Bronte Adams draws us into a classic medieval fantasy setting populated with archetypes that somehow feel fresh and vigorous.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
The Line Between, Tosca Lee
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The Line Between

Cult escapee Wynter Roth finds herself face-to-face with the apocalypse her former cult taught her to fear all her life.
“Tosca Lee’s thriller quests toward truth among apocalyptic madness.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
The Savage War, Esther Wallace
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The Savage War

While civil war rages within the kingdom of Mira, the Lord Carpason believes Arnacin to be their only hope.
“With The Savage War, Esther Wallace spins a tale that balances moral conviction with moral complexity.”
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.
Rhats Too!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats Too!

“Frohic again. Listen, I got home to find squatters living in my family’s hovel and no clue as to where father, mother, and the rest of the family went.”
Decree, Tricia Mingerink

Decree

From the story of how Leith and Martyn met to Ranson’s search for a life outside of the Blades, these stories will answer plaguing questions and expand the world of Acktar.
Adrift, J. S. Rogers

Adrift

Fallon returns to Ariboslia, but the creatures she’s there to save want her dead.
Oath Sworn, Meg MacDonald
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Oath Sworn

One man’s sacred oath, one boy’s sacred duty; their choices will shape their world in ways neither ever anticipated.
“Strange concepts and tumultuous dialogue can soar over the reader’s head, but this narrative moves at a riveting clip.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Etania's Worth, M. H. Elrich

Etania’s Worth

Etania sets out on a journey to save Tamnarae and learn to master her new powers with the help of Melchizedek, her father, and her handsome bodyguard.
The Light Unbound, C. S. Wachter
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The Light Unbound

Alone and weak, Rayne lashes out at the One and turns his back on his quest; can he learn to trust again before it’s too late?
“Ambitious in scope and relentless in speed, this novel concludes C. S. Wachter’s saga on a high note.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2020
F'lorna of Rodesh, Alisa Hope Wagner

F’lorna of Rodesh

As F’lorna prepares for the Double Moon Ceremony, storms begin to build across the lands of Rodesh.