Christian-made fantastical books for all kinds of readers

Enclave, Thomas Locke
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Enclave

Fifty years after America’s collapse, Caleb has a plan that could help secure his enclave’s future.
“After America falls, white-hat heroes work for a better world.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Judgment: Wrath of the Lamb

Judgment: Wrath of the Lamb

Demons are released from the Abyss. The gods of the nations prepare for battle. The long-awaited climax is here: Armageddon.
Strand of Faith, Rachel J. Bonner

Strand of Faith

When the choice is between love and life, how can anyone decide?
Shadows of the End, Gregg Davidson

Shadows of the End

Aliens are few in number with no hope of clearing the planet of humans on their own—until they realize humanity can be set against itself.
Eilinland: Through the Wall, Bailey Davenport
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Eilinland: Through the Wall

In a world divided in half by a wall, four warriors venture into dangerous northern territory in search of a missing girl.
“Eilinland: Through the Wall serves a light, entertaining read, with good thematic substance to accompany the fun.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder, S. E. M. Ishida

Nick Newton: The Highest Bidder

Nick Newton dodges mechanical baby strollers, fencing sisters, and auction bids, all as he’s trying to help his friend put his android back together.
Mark of the Raven, Morgan L. Busse
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Mark of the Raven

Lady Selene is torn between upholding her family’s legacy or seeking the true reason behind her family’s gift of dreamwalking.
“Those who walk in dreams wield great power to inspire—or destroy.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl, Aaron DeMott

Etherno: Rise of the Dragongirl

Onin’s life is changed when he meets a mysterious new student with a fiery dual dragon nature.
Overpowered, Kathryn McConaughy

Overpowered

Barred from the city of refuge, Taliyah’s only chance at safety lies with a band of seven mercenaries.
Resonance, Dianne J. Wilson

Resonance

Saved from death and freed from the spiritual realm, all Kai wants is a chance to go back for the friend he left behind.
Sword of Decision, Anne H. Campbell

Sword of Decision

It takes a sword to sever the past from the present and set a former assassin free from the powers of darkness.
The Sword and the Way, G. K. Werner

The Sword and the Way

Reavers killed his kinfolk. Now Jorgan Anderson seeks a legendary sword-dance, which will probably kill him.
The Awakened, Richard Spillman
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The Awakened

Lazarus and his secret organization SOAR must take on demonic enemies and find a secret Jesus left behind before it’s too late.
“In Richard Spillman’s The Awakened, readers find a world in which Lazarus, the man Jesus raised from the dead as recorded in John’s gospel, is still alive.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Never to Live, Just B. Jordan

Never To Live

To save him, she let the madness take her … and now it won’t let her go.
Forsaken, Gina Detwiler

Forsaken

Grace Fortune saw the boy she loves, Jared Lorn, die before her eyes. But Grace’s suspicions have her wondering if Jared really is dead.
Conviction, Lauren H. Salisbury

Conviction

On a planet where Esarelian rule is slowly crushing all resistance, two humans learn to trust God, and each other, with every secret they have left.
Thoughtreal, Michael Gryboski
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Thoughtreal

Two people who have developed the power to bend reality with their minds have come to the Washington, DC metropolitan area for mysterious reasons.
“Michael Gryboski has thought up an intricate narrative that avoids potential tropes while touching on important issues.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Hera's Doom, Sarah Myria Carter

Hera’s Doom

Hera Jackson never expected Arcadia to go to war. Much less a civil war.
Armor of Aletheia, Ralene Burke
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Armor of Aletheia

An orphaned princess is charged with finding the sacred armor of her people in order to defeat an ancient evil infecting her world.
“Ralene Burke’s Armor of Aletheia gives readers classic fantasy suffused with spirituality.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Shelter Island, John Paul Tucker

Shelter Island

Can Cary, Clarisse, and Gregory help an intelligent race of birds end a centuries-old conflict before war invades their homeland?
Gods They Had Never Known, J. S. Helms
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Gods They Had Never Known

The divine order of creation is violated, leading to idolatry, corruption, and the threat of extermination.
“Gods They Had Never Known strongly supports biblical morality and the truth of how sin distorts goodness.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
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The Wolf Prince, Claire M. Banschbach

The Wolf Prince

A cursed prince and his brother race against time to defeat an evil sorcerer before a wicked spell dooms them all.
The Deceit of Darkness, C. S. Wachter
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The Deceit of Darkness

Sigmund puts a new plan to thwart prophecy into action while Rayne struggles to face the residual darkness coiling within him.
““The third installment in C. S. Wachter’s epic fantasy series crystallizes the series’ Christianity.””
Frosted Fire, Maegan M. Simpson

Frosted Fire

Hunted by soldiers with dark enchantments on their side, Iyanka fights to find hope for herself and her people.
For Us Humans, Steve Rzasa
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For Us Humans

A disillusioned believer must help a Christ-seeking alien solve the art theft of the century.
“This adventure morphs into a complex fusion of intergalactic conspiracy, prejudice erasure, redemption narrative, and call to personal revival.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Fairest Son, H. S. J. Williams
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Fairest Son

When mortal huntress discovers a maimed faerie prince up in the mountains, she must choose her side in an ancient feud.
“H. S. J. Williams’ novella Fairest Son contains familiar echoes: seven “dwarves,” a poison apple, a poem of prophecy. But the story is unique.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Child of the Kaites, Beth Wangler
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Child of the Kaites

To free her people from slavery, Rai must decide if she is a warrior or historian in this desert fantasy retelling of the story of Moses.
“With well-realized characterization, the overall narrative flies like a thematic arrow toward the real-life account of God freeing his people from Egypt.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
The Shattered Blades, Aidan Russell

The Shattered Blades

The heroes have returned home, but there is no peace to be found there.
Visions of Light and Shadow, Allison D. Reid

Visions of Light and Shadow

Is Aviad calling Elowyn and Morganne to follow the road beyond Minhaven?
Door to Altharia, Martyn McGrath

Door to Altharia

In a conflict between ancient and mortal enemies, a scarred youth will emerge as a world’s brightest hope.
Fawkes, Nadine Brandes
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Fawkes

In 17th century London, Thomas joins his father’s gunpowder plot to blow up the king of England.
“Guy Fawkes’s 1605 gunpowder plot gets a color-magical twist.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
Fraught, Kerry Nietz

Fraught

After debugger ThreadBare’s master is assassinated, his implant goes haywire, terrorizing his mind with unpredictable pain.
Bad Company, Joshua C. Chadd

Bad Company

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
Launch, Jason Joyner
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Launch

Teens with supernatural gifts must choose what to do with them when they’re invited to a social media conference by a tech billionaire.
“The story inhabits its youthful, modern world with conviction. Fun and never airy, Launch offers a good ride.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
The Wisprian World, Book I: Tears of Alphega

The Wisprian World, Book I: Tears of Alphega

Before darkness was o’er the deep, a world was whispered.
Relent, Kat Heckenbach

Relent

A half-angel turns to a demon for help finding the daughter she abandoned in a tale of mother’s love, forgiveness, and surprising sacrifice.
No Road Among the Stars, A. Walker Scott

No Road Among the Stars

In a world where humans are just one small part of the InterStellar Commonwealth, one young linguist has to find an unmapped road for his life.
Coiled, H. L. Burke
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Coiled

As the ugly twin to a perfect sister, Princess Laidra lives her life in the shadows—until her parents offer her as bait for a giant serpent.
“H. L. Burke weaves faux-mythology and complex characterization into a narrative that slithers along at a brisk clip.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Affinity, Dianne J. Wilson
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Affinity

Kai was born with the ability to see brokenness and to fix it. Then a freak accident leaves him trapped in the spiritual realm.
“Affinity is a creative and original play on old concepts, and if you’re willing to take the ride, you’ll find it goes places.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Sheik of Mars, Ben Wheeler

Sheik of Mars

Can a man save his true love from the tyrant of Mars?
Rebirth, R. J. Amezcua

Rebirth

Rogue elements of the sisterhood by divine providence are captured, while a dreadful prophecy has begun to unfold.
Speed of Sight, C. R. Flamingbush
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Speed of Sight

An awkward boy from a broken home discovers the power of a special comic book to defeat bullies and save lives.
“In Speed of Sight, C. R. Flamingbush presents a fun concept—comic book stories within Pete’s comic-book-style story, like plays within a play.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Resistant: Revolt of the Jews, Brian Godawa

Resistant: Revolt of the Jews

In A.D. 67, Nero’s Roman armies plunder the land of Israel, led by General Vespasian and his son Titus, whose ruthless strategy threatens his affair with Jewish princess Berenice.
The Light Arises, C. S. Wachter
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The Light Arises

Rayne must face the darkness within himself, accept his calling as Light Bringer of the One, and find the golden-haired girl from his dream.
“The Light Arises will leave readers craving the next word for the next world.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Dagger's Sleep, Tricia Mingerink

Dagger’s Sleep

In a land of mountains, canoes, and fairy tales, one princess races to wake the sleeping high prince in this gender-swapped Sleeping Beauty retelling.
The 49th Mystic, Ted Dekker
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The 49th Mystic

Rachelle Matthews begins to dream of another world so real that she wonders if Earth might only be a dream.
“In The 49th Mystic, Ted Dekker overhauls Other Earth with an adventure that’s part The Village, part Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
Elvensty, M. B. Aznoe
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Elvensty

Christianity has reached a distant planet, and our heroes’ faith will be tested in the gathering storm.
“Fastidious worldbuilding, diverse cultures, and detailed geography give the tale distinctive flair.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
The Story Peddler, Lindsay A. Franklin
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The Story Peddler

In a world where art is magic, one storyteller gets more than she bargained for when her stories spiral out of control and accuse the king of treason.
“This story spins a perfect array of delightful characters living with complex magical abilities in a truly unique world.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
The Caves of Fire, K. Berklund-Page
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The Caves of Fire

A spy, a nerd and a bully must find a way to destroy an ancient monster before it kills them or they kill each other.
“Can a slave say no? Fee and Daniel struggle with decisions as fully formed characters.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2019
The Chronicle of the Three: Eden Sword, Tabitha Caplinger

The Chronicle of the Three: Eden Sword

In this final installment of The Chronicle of the Three, light and darkness collide as Zoe discovers there is more than one battlefield in this war.
Sword of the Broken Son, Shaun Stevenson

Sword of the Broken Son

As an unstoppable army attacks the kingdom, a young girl must journey to find an ancient weapon that may hold the key to saving or destroying the entire known world.
The Rejected Princess, Katie Clark
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The Rejected Princess

If Roanna is to save herself and her future, she must stall her marriage and squelch the growing rebellion—all while discovering how deeply her power runs.
“With The Rejected Princess, Katie Clark has fashioned a cozy political thriller braided with thoughtful ambiguity and adorned with romance.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
The White Forest, Aviya Carmen
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The White Forest

A fallen kingdom and a cursed forest await the arrival of their true savior and prince.
“Best for: Pre-teen readers who like fantasy stories.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Skyrik of Landos, Giovanni Red

Skyrik of Landos

A refugee returns to his homeland to free it from its oppressive occupants, while unwittingly carrying something that his enemies will pay a colossal price to obtain.
Rhats!, Kerry Nietz

Rhats!

A naive man-sized rat goes on a space adventure.
Of Pretty Plots and Princesses, Chris Solaas

Of Pretty Plots and Princesses

Gang activity is threatening to tear apart the sleepy town of Arbortown, while Kyne faces an invading army and a duel to the death!
Diondray's Discovery, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Discovery

Diondray Azur never questioned his regular life. But everything changes when he learns that the true history of his family and his world isn’t what he was taught.
Diondray's Journey, Marion Hill

Diondray’s Journey

Can Diondray and his five companions interpret the ancient text that will heal two opposing peoples and unite Kammbia forever?
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Blessings and Trials

In a world where Fallen Angels walk the earth, a few faithful use their amazing blessings to hold out against the darkness.
“Blessings and Trials spans a large and fascinating world filled with angels, either exiled from heaven or sent from heaven to help mankind.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
The Reluctant Disciple, Jim O'Shea
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The Reluctant Disciple

Is the increase in paranormal phenomena across the globe a harbinger of amazing things to come, or something much more sinister?
“The Reluctant Disciple tours popular thematic attractions via disquieting paths.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Diverse Similarity, Sharon Rose

Diverse Similarity

An enemy—or a friend? No way to know except the forbidden touch of an alien mind.
Imani Earns Her Cape, Bokerah Brumley
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Imani Earns Her Cape

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

Strength

In an Esarelian court rife with intrigue and prejudice, the Ra’hon’s daughter will need powerful allies to help protect her adopted human son.
Cadence, Dianne J. Wilson

Cadence

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

March to Shadows

Before they can go home, Reslo, Gratas, and Jerah must stop a war, or start one.
The Lightningfall, Steve Rzasa
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The Lightningfall

To stop an empire from burying the world under ice, Bowen must assemble a disparate cloudship crew and traverse the isle-filled skies.
“Steve Rzasa’s sequel is best for older teens and adults seeking a swashbuckling sword-and-sorcery spectacle.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
The Guardian, Lavay Byrd
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The Guardian

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

Phoenix Fire

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

The Seer

The last of the Seer’s bloodline hangs in the balance as two estranged demon and angel brothers are forced to work together to save a girl’s life.
Experiment 93, R. S. Burghardt
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Experiment 93

Thomas knows the girl that he’s just met isn’t human—and she needs his help.
“Good storytelling mechanics … serves a light and enjoyable read.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
Courage, Lauren H. Salisbury

Courage

In a galaxy where Esarelian rule is absolute, one woman defies the empire in order to save her son’s life.
The Man He Never Was, James L. Rubart
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The Man He Never Was

Toren Daniels vanished eight months back. Then his family is shocked to see him alive. But more shocked to see he’s changed. Radically.
“James L. Rubart’s novel fleshes out the quest of a man at supernatural war with himself.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
The Sorcerer's Bane, C. S. Wachter
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The Sorcerer’s Bane

Raised in darkness, called by light, a young slave boy challenges the might of a demonic sorcerer.
“C. S. Wachter flings thematic windows open to sunlight and storms.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
Wolf Pack, Joshua C. Chadd

Wolf Pack

Two brothers try to survive the end of the world with their faith and humanity intact.
Regeneration, Cassie Greutman

Regeneration

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

When four youths are cast away on an apparently deserted island, they begin to realize they might not be so alone after all.
“A memorable and entertaining tone … younger readers will take delight in this light, sweet tale.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018

Common

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

Adela’s Curse

A young faery risks everything to defeat an evil witch before she dooms an innocent human.
Walker's Vale, John J. Zelenski

Walker’s Vale

James Cooper, his wife Maria, and their four year-old autistic daughter soon discover that the ideal life they wanted comes with a steep price.
The Last Runner, Shaun Stevenson
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The Last Runner

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

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

When her throne is taken, a girl turns pirate to save her people.
“K. R. Martin darts between a love story and political intrigue, until The Pirate Princess parries and lunges into a perfect conclusion.”
Road of the Lost, Aidan Russell
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Road of the Lost

Reslo wants nothing more than to be home in time for supper, but ancient evils want to drown his forest homeland in blood.
“Aidan Russell creates action-driven fantasy of all the good old things.”
Lorehaven review, summer 2018
Amber Eyes, S. D. Grimm

Amber Eyes

The hunted Feravolk are counting on Jayden, a dagger-wielding, storm-detecting orphan to save their race.
The Æglet's Answer, Timothy Michael Hurst

The Æglet’s Answer

Experience the impact of walking by the Spirit on a world under demonic oppression.
Freedom's Heroes, Celesta Thiessen

Freedom’s Heroes

Two couples are forced into marriage, tasked with saving everyone, and sent away on the former prison starship, Freedom.
Keeper of Shadows, Bridgett Powers
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Keeper of Shadows

To save the Seven Lands from the Shadow Mist and its keeper, a teacher with limited vision must overcome a curse of chronic pain.
“Bridgett Powers creates something unusual in fantasy: a heroine who, physically damaged to the point of disability, can fight only through spiritual strength.”
Lorehaven review, fall 2018
White Owl: The Adventures of Fiona Clark, Book 1, Hans Erdman

White Owl: The Adventures of Fiona Clark, Book 1

If Fiona Bridget Yaleria-Clark can return to Kildare Abbey, she will gain prophesied power to defeat the Dark Druid.
The Last Motley, D. J. Edwardson

The Last Motley

Can Roderick the tailor save a doomed boy from his nightmares and keep them from spilling out into the world around them?
The Worlds Next Door, C. E. White
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The Worlds Next Door

The investigation of a mysterious old house leads to a world on the brink of annihilation and a dangerous journey to save it.
“C. E. White’s The Worlds Next Door is best for adult fans of inventive Christian fantasy and thoughtful theological fiction.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2019
Realm: The Age Between Breath and Fire, John Leslie Battenfield

Realm: The Age Between Breath and Fire

In a renewed, Edenic age under God’s rule, one family must redesign civilization and battle an unseen evil.
The Awful Truth About Forgetting, L. Jagi Lamplighter

The Awful Truth About Forgetting

When Rachel runs afoul of the hidden force hiding these terrible secrets, she must face her most desperate hour yet.
Android Uprising, Den Warren

Android Uprising

In a future despotic country where God is never discussed, a young boy has the audacity to ask if God is real.
Forlorn, Gina Detwiler

Forlorn

Grace Fortune meets gorgeous Nephilim boy Jared Lorn and vows to free him from his curse by finding and destroying the Watcher who created him.

Surrender

Bobby Roland, a socially-awkward psychic, must face an enemy who can make people see and hear illusions.
Flood, Brennan S. McPherson
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Flood

Will little Noah grow to be the savior the world needs? Or will bending his bow come easier than bending his knee to the God who holds his destiny?
“Strong personalities, vivid descriptions, and lifelike dialogue steady the reader amidst ravaging action and deceptively placid interludes.”
Lorehaven review, spring 2018
Decimation, R. J. Amezcua

Decimation

Rogue elements of the Marium Kahnet discover and destroy a secret enemy base where the Leviathan races are being created.
Burning Rose, Hope Ann

Burning Rose

An age of unrest explodes into a war that touches the lives of a dedicated sister, a young wingmaster, and a pardoned rebel, changing their lives forever.
Bramblewild, Audie Thacker
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Bramblewild

A halfling man joins the trade caravans and travels across his world, meeting friends and making enemies.
“Despite its occasional slowness, Bramblewild is an engaging journey with a comforting end.”
Lorehaven review, winter 2018
Alara's Call, Kristen Stieffel

Alara’s Call

Tales are often told of heroes who fulfill ancient prophecies. Alara gives new ones.