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Breath of Bones

Kateřina and Josef work to protect the innocent, but in their quest to save the Jewish people, have they inadvertently created a new danger?
“Breath of Bones fleshes out the human desire to protect the innocent … bringing a fresh steampunk twist to one of history’s darkest hours.”
The Shadow Within (2024 release), Karen Hancock

The Shadow Within

Abramm Kalladorne has returned to Kiriath to claim the crown he thought he would never wear and to prepare his people for the inevitable attack of the Armies of the Black Moon.
Lady of Basilikas by Ronie Kendig

Lady of Basilikas

Vorn must decide: break a planet-wide Accord, risking his throne and life, or leave his country—his planet—vulnerable to threats far bigger than he ever imagined.
Chromatic by Ashley Bustamante
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Chromatic

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

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

The Chaos Grid

The Plex is endangering its citizens by legalizing a deadly nano drug, and Juniper’s family needs her help to deliver the counteragent.
Rip Tide, Lisa T. Bergren

Rip Tide

After narrowly escaping arrest, Luciana Betarrini hurtles back to medieval Italy.
Hybrid by Candace Kade
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Hybrid

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

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

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

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

Having narrowly escaped their enemies, Sephone, Dorian, and Cass continue their search for the elusive Silvertongue, the only one with knowledge of the Reliquary’s whereabouts.
“J. J. Fischer’s second Nightingale Trilogy novel delves deep into biblical hope versus the pains of memory in this dystopian fantasy world.”
Of Sea and Smoke, Gillian Bronte Adams

Of Sea and Smoke

As civil war threatens Ceridwen’s tenuous rule in Soldonia, Rafi vows to fight the usurper sitting on the imperial throne of Nadaar.
Steal Fire From the Gods, Clint Hall
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Steal Fire from the Gods

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

Locklyn and Darin seek to save their family, their kingdom, and eventually the entire Undersea Realm without losing each other.
“L. E. Richmond swims through the murky waters of racism, family legacy, and political intrigue in this exciting undersea adventure.”
The Looking-Glass Illusion, Sara Ella
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The Looking-Glass Illusion

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

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

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

Meg never imagined her wish would trap her in a gray other-earth, void of any color.
“Rachelle Nelson weaves a fantasy whose familiar elements like magical races, otherworldly portals and chosen ones are colored by vivid descriptions and bright variations.”
Light of Eidon, Karen Hancock

Light Of Eidon

The Light of Eidon is set in a world of swords and cloaks, of glittering palaces and mystical temples, of galley ships and ancient mist-bound cities.
Estuary, Lisa T. Bergren
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Estuary

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

War of Torment

Marco Dusan struggles to lead his people, to help them survive, even mayhap win the war.
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.”
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.”
Flight, Kristen Young

Flight

Will Cadence be able to achieve her Elite dreams, or will sinister forces leave her running for her life?
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 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.”
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.
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.”
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.
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.”
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 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.
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.”
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.”