51 Best Science Fiction & Fantasy Books for Teens and Adults

Are you looking for a great Science Fiction & Fantasy book to read? Of the thousands of books we have reviewed, these are the 51 best Science Fiction & Fantasy books for teens. All of them earned 4 or 5 stars.

Books that would be considered R rated are excluded from this list. Most of them were also free on Amazon when we got them. They might not be now though as Amazon changes prices frequently. Check these out and let us know which you think are the best.

#1 – The Alchemist’s Run

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by L. James Wright, J. Boone Dryden, Bekah Crowmer
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    ‘Left to his own devices, he might have been a boon to Ulleran society. Left on his own, he might have been happy. Left to go his own way, he might have found a place in this world. Left with no where else to turn, now he must run!With nothing left to lose, outlaw alchemist Bigby Dolan embarks on a journey that will see him cross the Federated States in a desperate race to stay two steps ahead of the relentless widowman hunting him, and at least one step ahead of all those offering to help him along the way!’
  • Read more in our Content Review of The Alchemist’s Run By L. James Wright, J. Boone Dryden, Bekah Crowmer

#2 – Alexine (The Redeemer, the Ransomed, and the Way Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Ryan Pensyl, Tyler Pensyl
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minimal Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Driven by desperation and propelled toward self-destruction, a wealthy young man named Daniel makes a decision that will alter his life forever. Alongside an unlikely team of adventurers, he travels to the most forbidden place in human history where each step is wrought with danger. More importantly, every moment together brings illumination to their past and future. In the end only one question remains: Will Daniel’s journey bring resolution or damnation?
  • Read more in our Content Review of Alexine (The Redeemer, the Ransomed, and the Way Book 1) By Ryan Pensyl, Tyler Pensyl

#3 – Eye of the Scarab: Episode 1

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Bill Meeks
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    PRAISE FOR EYE OF THE SCARAB

    ‘Bill Meeks delivers another page turner.’

    ‘Amazing story.’

    ‘Another great Dogboy story. The action continues from the previous books in the series.’

    +++++

    It’s the end of the world as he knows it.

    Colta City is a timeless old town… But time is catching up to it. Old friends and old enemies close in around Bronson Black, and an impossible choice hangs over him.

    As the modern world bleeds through Dogboy considers the past. His decision could spell the end of his crime-fighting career!

    But maybe that’s a good thing.

  • Read more in our Content Review of Eye of the Scarab: Episode 1 By Bill Meeks

#4 – The Clovel Destroyer: A Clovel Sword Chronicles Story

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Shannon G Brewer
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Genre Fiction, Horror, dark fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Teen & Young Adult, 90 Minutes (44-64 Pages)
  • Book Description
    The Clovel Sword Chronicles is an epic dark fantasy, set on the terra world of Kamin. The highest aspiration of the warrior culture, which dominates the human world, is to die honorably in battle, allowing the warrior’s soul to reach Haligulf. It is an ancient pact, brought about when the gods came into the world from the Great Void. While the agreement continues the cycle of life and death between the realms of the gods and humans, it is an unbalanced world. The gods do not stop the ravages of continuous warfare, and praying in the temples only gives a fleeting hope to the populace. While some prophets speak of a great hope about the changes which are coming to the world, the rest of humanity live their lives devoid of such optimism.This story focuses on a warrior, Urith of Esterblud, who is not yet aware of the prophecy or his destiny within the realms. In this back-story to the Clovel Sword Chronicles the young tribal hero suffers great loss and heartbreak that shape the man he is to become.
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#5 – Becoming Harper: A Night Touched Prequel (Becoming Night Touched Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Maegan Provan
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Harper Kemp is the sarcastic, quirky protagonist of The Night Touched Chronicles. But who was she before? Becoming Harper: A Night Touched Prequel brings us right up to Harper’s final day as a human and what happens shortly after. A short look into our heroine’s beginning.
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#6 – Ariel’s Dream (Diamond Peak Book 0)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Tahlia Newland
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Mild Language
      • Minimal Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Dream remnants usually fade, but not this one.A shadow escapes from Ariel’s dream and stalks her in the real world. No matter how she tries to shake it off, it always returns. Even a mysterious old man and a boy bathed in light can’t keep its chill breath at bay. Like the fear that called it, the only way to defeat the shadow is to face it.Ariel’s Dream has received the AIA Seal of Excellence and is a prequel short story to the award-winning Diamond Peak Series. It includes the first chapter of book one, Lethal Inheritance.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Ariel’s Dream (Diamond Peak Book 0) By Tahlia Newland

#7 – Bottle vs the Good Folk

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Neil Reddy
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      • Minor Violence
      • Minor Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Previously published as ‘I HATE FAERIES!’ Bottle the Milkman’s son meets Thorn the Elf, Fiddle – the walking stick, Nettle the nettle, and the Apple Man – who’s so old he’s forgotten where he left Avalon…but Bottle better beware; their ways are not our ways.
    ‘There’s only one thing you need to know before you start reading this story, faeries really don’t like people.’
    Young Bottle discovers that the last ragged remnants of Avalon have been hiding out in an old farm house and now they need his help to find a new May Queen if Avalon is to survive at all.
    Can Bottle save this ancient race? Can he use their magic to save his own family? Can he even work out what on earth the Good Folk are talking about? There’s only one way to find out, but be sure of this… their ways are not our ways.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Bottle vs the Good Folk By Neil Reddy

#8 – Chasing Sunrise

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Pamela Burns
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Annie and her three young children are caught in an anomaly of space and transported into a dangerous and unfamilar time and place. The kingdom is called Roah and the laws of a society assuring their safety carry threats as well. Things are not what they appear. Milo,a former physics professor, has been trapped in Roah for twenty years. Christian, a brave and heroic young man has been shunned and abused by his own people. Both are prisoners. When Annie rescues Milo and Christian from their brutal fate, they become her allies, and Christian risks everything, including his heart, to protect Annie and her children until they can find a way back to the life they know.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Chasing Sunrise By Pamela Burns

#9 – Clever Little Book

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Elaina Davis
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Genre: Christian Fiction
    ‘Clever Little Book,’ is the first of an AMAZING Series that uses simple Biblical concepts to Uplift and Encourage the reader. All in a Fictional experience that is Exciting and Inspirational, ‘Clever Little Book,’ brings the Holy Scriptures to life in the lives of it’s readers! This story offers a fresh approach to the scriptures that will make them more easily understandable, all under the guise of a beautiful love story. It’s the perfect Gift for someone you want to introduce to Christ, but that you DON’T want to feel intimidated or forced. Easy to read and love, ‘Clever Little Book,’ will quickly become a favorite! The characters are endearing and the adventure never ends as their mundane lives are suddenly immersed in a perfect blend of Fantasy and Spirit. As the main Character Isabel, stands down at the dock daily believing her love will one day come in on a ship, she learns through adventure, drama and fantasy that love is NOT primarily romanticism as she had once believed.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Clever Little Book By Elaina Davis

#10 – By the Fates Origins: Rhona

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Patricia D. Eddy
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • Mild Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Edan and Rhona Guinne had two wonderful years together. But as their daughter is born, Edan’s life comes to its end. Alone, frightened, Rhona receives a message from the Fates. Run.This is an origin story for the By the Fates trilogy. It is approximately 5,500 words and is intended to be read as a companion to By the Fates, Freed.
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#11 – The Fall of Larkesong: Thrice Born Chronicles

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Summer Hanford
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Thrice Born Chronicles Volume I: From the world of Summer Hanford, author of Hawks of Sorga and Gift of the Aluien, comes a short story of momentous times. Join the legendary bard Larkesong for the tragic finale to his life as a mortal, and glimpse the mighty Sir Cadwel in his youth, in this dramatic tale of music, romance, heartbreak and war.
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#12 – Blood and Arrows (Ragnarok on Ice)

    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Jeremy Croston
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    ‘A woman scorned…’With tensions building between the Aesir and the dark elves, war is on horizon. Rumil Darklighter, frustrated with her role in the dark elf realm of Svartalfheim, is determined to get to the bottom of the increasing hostilities before it gets to the breaking point.Set before the events of Power Play: Ragnarok on Ice, join Rumil on her adventure that brings her face to face with a certain hockey player from Midgard. A plot, centered on a hatred that is as old as the realms, is brewing and there is only one dark elf who can help stop it.Ragnarok on Ice:
    Blood and Arrows (Prequel)
    Power Play (Book 1)
    Hat Trick (Book 1.5)
    Penalty Kill (Book 2)
    Face Off (Book 2.5)
    Game Over (Book 3)
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#13 – Carnage (Remastered) (A Rising Knight Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Vladimir Duran
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, coming of age, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Epic, Magical Realism, 45 Minutes (22-32 Pages), Teen & Young Adult
  • Book Description
    A legend is made the moment you deiced the cost is worth the journey. The moment you decided your life is worth fighting for, bleeding for, and killing for. This is the moment Vlad will choose between murderer or victim. This is the moment the legend of the Wraith begins. Could you live with the choice?Bonus Content: This Edition comes with seven additional stories completely for free.
    ExcerptThumbing the MP3 to shuffle, the Knight leapt from the girder. Johnny Cash’s weighty gravel spoke into his ear.And I heard as it were a noise of thunder.Fire bloomed all around the commander and her group. Not hot enough to burn through their shields. Just enough to mess with night vision and mark their position for the other groups. Before any of them could react, he was there, among them, close enough to smell the stink of sudden terror that rose off their bodies. The light haired commander was his target. Take her out and the rest would be slow to change tactics, too slow.
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#14 – Nigh – Book 1

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Marie Bilodeau
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Horror, dark fantasy, Two Hours or More (65-100 Pages), Science Fiction & Fantasy
  • Book Description
    A disappearing watch. A thief in the night. Whispers around every corner…Then a mist rolls into town and refuses to dissipate.Alva Viola Taverner has lived in her small town all of her life, working as a car tech while saving for her little sister to go to university. But everything is about to change as the veil between our world and the world of the faeries weakens and falls.Suddenly, even the smallest bump in the night can prove the deadliest.This is the first installment of a serialized novel
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#15 – Bleeding Star Chronicles #6- Reckoning (The Bleeding Star Chronicles)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Ethan Russell Erway
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • Minimal Romance
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    This original sci-fi novella serial follows the adventures of Galin Winchester and the crew of the starship Katara. Galin and Boreas arrive on the planet Necron to search for David, where an unexpected battle ensues. Family is reunited, new friendships are forged, and the fate of prisoners is determined as Galin struggles with decisions about how to best protect the people he loves. The Reckoning has begun.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Bleeding Star Chronicles #6- Reckoning (The Bleeding Star Chronicles) By Ethan Russell Erway

#16 – Dead Time: Azgiel’s Return

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Jason Wilcox
    • Content Review Results
      • Moderate Violence
      • Minor Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    In a world much like our own where dark souls manipulate the very fabrics of society, an ancient evil returns seeking revenge for his incarceration. His love, The Witch, summons her demons and prepares their minions for the reigniting of a universal war.Caught in the middle is Caden, an unsuspecting secret agent who possesses powers from a past he does not remember, tying him to the war and the evil that is after him. Demons, witches, dragons, and a host of other creatures will stop at nothing to prevent him from gaining his powers back.Can Caden recover his memories before the ancient evil taps into his power to dominate, or will restoring his power lead him down the path of evil as well? Caden must make his decision quickly before his world is destroyed.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Dead Time: Azgiel’s Return By Jason Wilcox

#17 – Abstrus (Planet Abstrus Series Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by TK Rayford
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal & Urban, Teen & Young Adult
  • Book Description
    When 17 year old Lexi Lee’s mother disappeared six months ago, her world fell apart. She is finally coming to terms with her new life when she meets Farah, Ferdinand, and Liza. They bring with them revelations that cause her world to crumble even more. She finds out that she is much more than human and that the truths she thought she knew are not really truths at all. Things are never what they seem on the surface. She better figure out who to trust… and fast.Could Earth really handle the truth?
  • Read more in our Content Review of Abstrus (Planet Abstrus Series Book 1) By TK Rayford

#18 – Lightfall Three: Luck, Lost, Lady (Lightfall, Book 3)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Jordan Taylor
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Steampunk, Teen & Young Adult, Historical Fiction, United States, 19th Century, dystopian, Lgbt
  • Book Description

    Lightfall Book Three of Eight

    It’s always darkest before it’s pitch.

    The saga continues….

    Raised in 1870s Boston and coming of age in the Wild West, Ivy has to make adjustments. Gala balls and modern plumbing of her youth have given way to a life of dust, horses, and danger around every canyon wall—often zombies. Now Ivy is running for her life, but she has one advantage: she might be the only expert on Daray’s disease west of the Mississippi. If she ever hopes to see Boston again, she must rely on a strange group of new acquaintances and an eccentric Swedish maker who just might be able to build her a ride home—for a price.

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#19 – Aster Wood the Lost Tales: Earthbound

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by J. B. Cantwell
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    A short story of 32 pages, Larissa’s Gold can be read before or after the other Aster Wood books.Two hundred years ago, a young man traveled across the cosmos from the Maylin Fold. But when he got to Earth, it was nothing like he expected it to be. Soon, he will discover just how difficult it will be to replace the lost gold that he, himself, took from Almara’s stash during his youth.
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#20 – Defiant (Nature Knights Fantasy Adventure Series)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Valerie Francis
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Children’s Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy & Magic, Science; Nature & How It Works, Nature, Environment, Children’s eBooks, Science Fiction; Fantasy & Scary Stories, Sword & Sorcery, Environment & Ecology
  • Book Description
    Defiant is the prequel teaser to the Nature Knights fantasy adventure series for kids aged 9-12. It is four chapters long and takes place just before book one of the series (Crossing the Rubicon) begins. Defiant introduces readers to the characters and plot of the story and ends on a cliffhanger (which is why it’s called a teaser!).In Defiant we meet Clancy Donovan, a twelve-year-old warrior and future chief of the mighty Aingeal clan, overlords of fire. A plague known as the Blue Death is sweeping throughout the magical world of Avalon and it is up to Clancy to travel into enemy territory in search of an antidote. The story continues in book one (Crossing the Rubicon) where Clancy meets Eric Archer, an enemy of her people. They discover that the Blue Death is affecting both their worlds and together they go on an action-packed quest for a cure and encounter dragons, hags, powerful swords and plenty of sorcery.The Nature Knights fantasy series for preteens is based on the idea that nature can fight back against the environmental damage mankind is inflicting on it.
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#21 – Actaeon’s Run

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Brian Myhre
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Mythology & Folk Tales, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Steampunk, 30 Minutes (12-21 Pages), Fantasy, Fairy Tales
  • Book Description
    Actaeon has always considered himself the best hunter in all of Greece. Diana, his unwilling betrothed, has other ideas in mind. When Actaeon discovers her skill as a huntress, he commits an act that will lead him on the hunt of his life.
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#22 – Ashes Burn: Ashes Away: A Micro-Fiction Series, Episodes 1-30

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Tyrean Martinson
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Paranormal & Urban, Sword & Sorcery, One Hour (33-43 Pages)
  • Book Description
    Ashes hold the inner heat of fire, the spark and ember of flame. Like those, micro fiction holds the spark of a larger story that may grow inside the mind of a reader. Consider each piece a frame of embers. Picture the story in your mind.In Ashes Burn: Ashes Away, three characters build the flame of story in tidbits of hint to micro-length fiction, varying between 20 and 35 words in length.
    Wend’s past is behind him, and he wants to keep it that way.
    Teresa wants to find the man she loves, before those that hunt him track him to his death.
    King Bryant simply wants the right of any king: complete controlAshes Burn is a micro-fiction serial, airing three times a week on http://aimuzjon.blogspot.com/ online. If you would like to read more, just visit the site.
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#23 – The Centaur: A Short Story – Sharp Mere 1

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Edward Hendrik
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Paranormal & Urban, 45 Minutes (22-32 Pages), Literature & Fiction, Contemporary Fiction
  • Book Description
    ‘I welcomed the burning of my limbs and the dripping sweat that started at my forehead; it fell in drops, then rivulets and sheets, cleansing my body top to bottom. Cook would not heave his flour-white bulk up the narrow staircase, and despite his position within the Mere, past that step was beyond his reach and knowledge.Over the years I had slowed my pace on the first section of the staircase, holding myself back with deliberate effort. But once past that step, I forced my legs to quicker action, almost doubling my speed, taking two steps as one, holding the pain at arm’s length. This had been my habit since discovery of the shelf…’The Castle and Estates of Sharp Mere stand isolated, surrounded by endless forest.In a world dominated by oppressive laws and an abusive head cook, a kitchen boy relies on cunning and inner resources to survive. But his fragile equilibrium is shattered by the arrival of a beautiful and seductive female servant.The timing could not be worse for Two Day Ceremony approaches, the only time in a five year period in which men and women are permitted to sleep together.
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#24 – Box of Hair: A Fairy Tale (The Princess Carrina Series for Young Readers Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Heath L. Buckmaster
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Children’s Books, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy & Magic, Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Children’s eBooks, Science Fiction; Fantasy & Scary Stories
  • Book Description
    BOOK 1: In the tallest tower of Castle Underbrook, Princess Carrina sat quietly on her window ledge watching the fading colours of the sunset. Actually, she spent most days locked away in her room, too scared to leave the castle. A strange magical power was growing inside her but she had no idea what it was or how to use it.To the far north, in an ancient cottage buried deep within the woods, an evil ugly witch and her sister were brewing up a dastardly plot. They were going to kidnap the royal princess and steal her beauty for themselves!Will the princess be able to escape from the clutches of the evil witch and uncover the mystery of magic?Box of Hair: A Fairy Tale is the first of three delightful magical adventures with Princess Carrina and her friends. The story continues in The Venus Diary and concludes in The Dragons of Tarnack.
  • Read more in our Content Review of Box of Hair: A Fairy Tale (The Princess Carrina Series for Young Readers Book 1) By Heath L. Buckmaster

#25 – The Homeless Hero

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by James T Kelly
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Pinnacle is strong, he’s fast and he can fly. He wants to follow in his father’s footsteps and dedicate himself to saving others. He’s a real-life superhero.But he gives too much. He can’t draw a line between his heroics and his own life. So when he meets a girl, she wants to look after him. She wants to tell him to be selfish. But will doing so be asking him to hang up the cape? Or can she convince him that he can be a hero without sacrificing himself?Short story, roughly 5,000 words
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#26 – Echoes of Red

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Sheryl Nantus
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Poetry, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, 15 Minutes (1-11 Pages)
  • Book Description
    A collection of haiku, scifaiku and various types of poetry with a science-fiction slant.
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#27 – Disability, Death, or Other Circumstance

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Annaliese Lemmon
    • Content Review Results
      • Minimal Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    “1. My husband is not a cockroach.”Count your blessings, they say. Overcome trials with humor, they say. This Mormon housewife is trying, but having her husband transformed Kafka-esque into a giant rabbit is still hard to deal with.A 400 word flash fiction.
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#28 – Forces

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Michael D. Britton
    • Content Review Results
      • No Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Your computer starts working fine again as soon as you call IT for help . . . Coincidence? Murphy’s Law? Destiny? Deja vu?What are these strange forces that weave their way throughout our lives? Dr. Mark Walters believes he has the key – and his world is turned upside down when those forces begin to take over his life.After reading the novella FORCES, you’ll never look at every day occurrences the same way again . . .
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#29 – A’va: The Journey From Tianya (A’va Trilogy Book 1)

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by E. R. Michaels
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Book One of the A’va Trilogy
    A’va: The Journey from Tianya has a rich story line that will stir the imagination. It is a captivating tale of what happens in the world of A’va, when wingless fairies are born in Nadisia. Fear breaks out, and a frightened Queen is forced to banish these wingless fairies, called feeties, to the outer forests. In just such a forest stood Tianya, the home of a seemingly wingless thirteen year old fairy named Ricka. She struggles with the shame of only having one wing and of feeling different.
    After the gyblics burn down her forest, Ricka is swept into an adventure with her sister, Sora, a warrior named Lumas, and their friends, Vin and Roak. The group journeys their way to the city of fairies, where Ricka’s identity and secret wing once revealed will bring hope to all who live on A’va.
    A’va: The Journey from Tianya is the first book in this trilogy. The second book, A’va: The Quest for Finny, is available in print and Kindle format.
    This book makes a good read for anyone who has a taste for magic and adventure, and is sure to become a beloved classic
    For updates and information about the A’va Trilogy, visit www.
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#30 – Frotwoot’s Faerie Tales (Book One: The Unseelie Court) PART 1 OF 6

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    • 5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Charlie Ward
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a G rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Sword & Sorcery, Teen & Young Adult
  • Book Description
    ‘This is one wild magic romp.’ -Piers Anthony, author of the bestselling Xanth series.The Seelie and Unseelie Courts are at war.On one side: Noble knights, fighting for freedom. On the other: Not-so-noble terrorists, fighting for the right to rule.Caught in the middle: A very confused, very lost teenage boy.His name is Frotwoot Crossley. And he’s about to find out that, somehow, that’s not even the weirdest thing about him…[This is the first part of the serialized novel ‘Frotwoot’s Faerie Tales (Book One: The Unseelie Court)’. If you like what you read, you can go ahead and get the next part for 99 cents to see if you like that, too, or you can get the whole thing at once (here: amazon.com/dp/B00ITXWJPE) for just 4.99! If you DON’T like it, you’re mean and I hate you.]
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#31 – Barnabus Mudpatch : A Book for Children Age 8/9/10/11/12 (Childrens Books)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Steve Moran
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Barnabus Mupatch is a street urchin who grew up on the dirty back streets of the great medieval city of Waxminster.
    Daily life is a struggle for survival. Both the City Watch and the criminal Deadhand gang have no time or sympathy for the children who live in the streets, so they are forced to fend for themselves.
    Barnabus has always been lucky in his life – at least, so far. This leads him to take risks that others wouldn’t dare to.
    Like creeping onto the tournament field, and sneaking inside a knight’s pavilion.
    Like trying on the suit of armour he finds there, and being mistaken for a real knight.
    Like sitting on a warhorse, and having to fight the greatest knight in the land…….
    Whether by luck or destiny, Barnabus is transported on a whirlwind adventure that takes him away from his Waxminster home, and into hair-raising confrontations with deadly demons and the most powerful wizard in the kingdom!
    Join him as he makes new friends and becomes the unlikeliest of heroes!
    His life will never be the same again.
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#32 – The Bone Knife: A Short Story

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Intisar Khanani
    • Content Review Results
      • No Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Rae knows how to look out for family. Born with a deformed foot, she feigns indifference to the pity and insults that come her way, learning to be wary of all things beautiful. So Rae instantly distrusts their latest visitor: an appallingly attractive faerie whose mere presence imperils the secret her sister guards. But when the local townspeople show up demanding his blood, Rae must find a way to protect both her sister’s secret and their guest. Even if that means risking herself.
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#33 – Curse of the Crugmut

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Chris Turner
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Herein lies a tale of adventure passed from the ancient Moglish scripts from time out of mind. Whether the Three Mages of Mog ever existed, or whether one of the crugmuts slumbering fast under the mountain was better left to its dreams, is an interesting mystery. The truth of which readers can decide for themselves . . . 10000 words.
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#34 – Annals of Alasia: The Collected Interviews

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Annie Douglass Lima
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      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    “I never thought I’d have to dress in rags or sleep on the floor. But hiding my identity as the Prince of Alasia is better than being killed.”“Information? Manipulation? Assassination? I have lots of talents! How can I help you?”“They said it wouldn’t hurt anything. They said no harm would come of it. They said my troubles would be over the moment I did them that one tiny favor. What other choice was I supposed to make after everything started going wrong?”An orphaned prince desperate to keep his identity a secret. A double agent happy to offer a variety of services … for a price. A well-meaning merchant who may have just caused the biggest disaster in his kingdom’s history. Meet the citizens of Alasia and Malorn and prepare to be drawn into a tangled web of war and intrigue.This collection of twenty-four character interviews is designed to complement the first three books in the Annals of Alasia but can also be enjoyed on its own.
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#35 – Attack on the Overworld, Book One: Finding Herobrine

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Mark Mulle
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minimal Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Children’s Books, Comics & Graphic Novels, Superheroes, Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Horror, dark fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Children’s eBooks, Superhero
  • Book Description
    GENRE: Children’s AdventureBen is determined to find Herobrine – one of the biggest mythical figures of the Minecraft universe.When Ben logs into Minecraft one morning, he is shocked to find another player already there. Slowly, Ben grows to accept the strange situation he is in, and the mysterious new player – and her even stranger past.What Ben and the other player don’t realize is that there is a dark force watching over their every move, and when they discover their world is being destroyed by an unknown source, Ben seeks out his last hope.He needs to find Herobrine.Other books in this thrilling Minecraft series
    Book 2: Finding Steve, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SFFY9RW/
    Book 3: The Final Mine, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00SFGQ8CU/Author’s Note: This short story is for your reading pleasure. The characters in this ‘Minecraft Adventure Series’ such as Steve, Endermen or Herobrine…etc are based on the Minecraft Game c
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#36 – Chronicles of Steele: Raven 1: Episode 1

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Pauline Creeden
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minimal Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Steampunk, Teen & Young Adult, 90 Minutes (44-64 Pages), Literature & Fiction
  • Book Description
    Human life has value.
    The poor living in the gutter are as valuable as the rich living in a manor.
    The scoundrel is no less valuable than the saint.
    Because of this, every life a reaper takes must be redeemed.Raven has lived by this first tenet since she was trained by her father to become a reaper. But since his death, she’s been spending years redeeming the lives she’s taken. By her count, she’s even and it’s time for that life to end. If she settles down and becomes a wife, she might just feel human again. But on the way to the life she thinks she wants, the baron of New Haven asks her to complete a task which she cannot ignore… Just when Raven decides to give up on her life as an assassin, she’s pulled right back in.The Chronicles of Steele: Raven is a steampunk-inspired fantasy set in an alternate universe.
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#37 – SIMPOC: The Thinking Computer

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Ray Jay Perreault
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Hard Science Fiction, Space Opera, Two Hours or More (65-100 Pages), Literature & Fiction
  • Book Description
    (Now includes an excerpt from SIMPOC 2 – Human Remnants)
    99.9997% of all humans have been wiped out by a very suspicious virus. SIMPOC’s programmer doesn’t come in to work, that day, the next; or ever. The commander of the space station Oasis, Joan Herl is forced to abandon the station because of dwindling resources. When they land on earth they are attacked by another thinking computer who would do anything to protect itself and to continue thinking.The moon colony Dessert Beach, is trapped as their resources are running out and they must decide when to come home. They have only lifeboats to carry them back to the lifeless earth and what will they find when they enter the atmosphere and land.The astronauts trapped on the Mars colony Red Dirt are in worse condition. Their systems will break down and resources will run out. Coming home for them is a different story. The lifeboats aren’t made for that purpose and must be rebuilt before the colony breaks down. Should they stay and take their chances on Mars, or should they journey back to earth.
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#38 – The City of Light (The Chronicles of Aitherios Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Barry Shaffer
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Epic
  • Book Description
    If you liked Lord of the Rings, the Chronicles of Narnia or Frank Peretti’s books, you will love this new Christian fantasy novel. You will thrill to the adventures of a teenaged girl who is taken into a strange and dangerous world. She must battle horrid evil creatures with the help of new friends she makes and a new skill she learns. Fighting against impossible odds just to reach her objective, she must then use all she has learned to destroy the hideous creature that has kept the City of Light captive for years. Nonstop adventure and excitement, plus behind the scenes angel activity combine to give the reader a riveting experience that will leave you longing for the second book!
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#39 – Curse (Wexkia Trilogy Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Dale Furse
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      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Nell’s seemingly simple existence is turned upside down when her father reveals a stunning secret: The seventeen-year-old isn’t human, but is a product of two warring alien species.Now Nell must confront doubt and hostility because others see her as a threat to their way of life. In the midst of all that she’s facing, an even more mysterious secret eludes her. Finding the answers will set her on a desperate quest with danger lurking at every corner.As the number of enemies steadily rise, so too does her resolve to seek the truth. With her friend Sam in tow, an epic adventure begins, the likes of which will have far-reaching implications.In this first book of the Wexkia Trilogy, Author Dale Furse takes us on an adventure in a world, inhabited by bizarre beings and an uncertain future.
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#40 – The Applicant: The Conservation of Magic Prequel (A Modern Epic Fantasy Adventure Series Book 0)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Michael W. Layne
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Mythology & Folk Tales, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Epic, Myths & Legends, Norse & Viking, Sword & Sorcery, 90 Minutes (44-64 Pages), Action & Adventure, Contemporary Fiction, Fairy Tales, Teen & Young Adult
  • Book Description
    Three Candidates. One Job Worth Dying for. No Second Chances.
    This is a FREE 50-page contemporary epic fantasy novella.Chris is both nervous and excited about his job interview. He enters with an open mind, but he has no idea that he’s about to be introduced to a corporation where magic and technology blend together seamlessly—a place where words have the ability to control the very elements of earth, wind, fire, and water.He’s amazed further to discover that ethereal dragons exist and that the ancient yew tree in the lobby is sentient. When he experiences the magical power stored in the company’s mysterious cubes first-hand, he wants the job at Rune Corp more than ever.## But first Chris must prove that he’s the best applicant for the position and be willing to fight for it in ways he’s never before dreamed possible.This book deals with adult topics such as death, but it contains no gratuitous violence. It was written for adults but is suitable for teens and young adults 12+.
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#41 – Dynasty Zero (Infinity Point Book 13)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Elijah Stephens
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      • Mild Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Cyberpunk, dystopian, Post-Apocalyptic, 90 Minutes (44-64 Pages), Literature & Fiction
  • Book Description
    In the future, when a brilliant scientist takes genetic engineering to the ultimate level, a wetwork team of revolutionaries are called to bring justice to his immoral creations.
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#42 – The Magic Shop – (The Shadow Magic Series – Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Justin Swapp
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      • Mild Violence
      • Minimal Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description

    Praise for The Magic Shop:

    • Winner of Shelf Unbound’s notable middle-grade book — Dec/Jan 2015 Issue
    • Indie BRAG Honoree
    • Reader’s Favorite 5 Star Winner
    • Amazon Top Ranked book

    Action and adventure await you in The Magic Shop! Come and claim it in book one of the Shadow Magic series.

    See why fans have compared this page-turner to Harry Potter, Fablehaven, and Percy Jackson.

    Marcus Fith doesn’t believe in magic. And why should he? Marcus and his twin sister, Ellie, live in the loft above their grandparents magic shop, and he’s all too familiar with the hand buzzers, card tricks, and fake vomit kits. So, imagine his shock when he stumbles upon his grandfather hiding something in a secret room in the magic shop — the one that all the rumors are about.

    Join Marcus and Ellie as they unravel a laundry list of family secrets, and are thrown into a world they never knew existed. Not only is the family business is a front, but Marcus has to develop his powers before the Dun-Bahr find him and assimilate the magic he was born to protect.

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#43 – The Dirge: Series Pilot

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Xavier P. Otter
    • Content Review Results
      • Minor Violence
      • Mild Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    What their saying about The Dirge: Series Pilot –
    ‘Mythical lands. Magical creatures. Awesome steampunk inventions. And DRAGONS!!!’ – Tom Wilson
    ‘…pulls the reader into lands filled with action, anticipation and magical creatures.’ – D. Wilski
    ‘Read with my kids and they loved it!’ – ‘Mom of almost 2’ (Dawn S.)What could have caused the dragons to decide they are tired of being pushed around by lesser beings? For the first time they’ve chosen to spread their wings and have taken over the second largest city in the Dwarven kingdom. Join with the Magical Seven as they react to this revolt.More than any other time in their history the Dwarves need heroes, a crazy inventor and his family are the ones who step up to the challenge. Dr. Kilgen is a Dwarf on a mission. Since the dragons attacked his village he has spent every minute that he isn’t saving Dwarves at the hospital inventing steam powered machines of mass dragon destruction.Can the Dwa
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#44 – Dawn of Shadows (Prophecy of the Heir)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by JC Lamont
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      • Mild Violence
      • Mild Language
      • Minimal Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Christian fiction, Historical, Fantasy, Literature & Fiction, Two Hours or More (65-100 Pages), Science Fiction & Fantasy, Christian Books & Bibles, Religious & Inspirational Fiction, Religion & Spirituality
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    Lucifer grows restless. A sense of unquiet gnaws at his ether. He seeks something. Something more….Lusting for the power to create worlds and to rule races inferior to his own, Lucifer trains the Malakim in the art of swordcraft, unknowingly preparing them to aid him in his attempt to usurp King Elyon’s throne. Bearer of a sword that can slay a spirit-lord, Lucifer grooms Michael, his favored lieutenant, as his second-in-command. But Michael starts unraveling the mystery behind the secrecy, and is forced to choose between his comrades and loyalty to his King.History and fantasy collide as the ultimate struggle between good and evil rises in this 20,000 word novella, Dawn of Shadows, the first chapter in the epic supernatural novel, Prophecy of the Heir.
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#45 – The Thirteenth Unicorn (The Ben Alderman Series Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by W. D. Newman
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      • Mild Violence
      • No Strong Language
      • Minimal Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Fantasy, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Paranormal & Urban, Sword & Sorcery
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    While spending the summer with their grandparents on a remote farm in South Carolina, Ben Alderman and his sister Casey uncover a hidden world of magic; a world their grandmother is secretly visiting. It is a world where elves and dwarves are locked in mortal combat against a witch who is trying to free the last surviving wizard from exile. The witch has been defeated once before but with the combined power of the wizard, no one will be able to stand against them. Much to Ben’s dismay, he learns that he is the one foretold in the ancient elfin prophecies to bring about the downfall of the witch and save this exciting new world from destruction.
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#46 – Divine Intermission

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by L. David Hesler
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      • Minor Violence
      • Mild Language
      • Minimal Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Literature & Fiction, Humor & Satire, Humorous, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Teen & Young Adult, General Humor
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    This volume of ‘Divine Intermission’ collects all three previously published novellas and features a bonus short story entitled, ‘Gone to Hell.’Carl has experienced the apocalypse thousands of times, although he wouldn’t know Armageddon if it bit him on the ass.Carl is the Wondrous Blunder, an accidentally immortal soul living a recycled existence. Despite messages and hints from a seemingly higher power, he has no idea that the multiverse is crumbling around him.Something inexplicable is happening to reality itself and the whole thing has something to do with Carl’s own Creator, a mysterious deity who recently took an extended leave from the office.Yes, the Gods use cubicles. They’re just empty right now.
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#47 – Powerhouse Flies Again (The Adventures of Powerhouse Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Adam Graham
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    Dave Johnson is a has-been superhero. Losing his powers forced him to retire from being Powerhouse, but Seattle still fondly remembers him and continues to lift him up as a symbol of hope.Trans-dimensional aliens hire Mitch Farrow as the new CEO of Dorado Incorporated and instruct him to create cynicism to reduce resistance to their planned invasion. The aliens promise their reign will end all suffering on Earth and cure his ex-wife and daughter of AIDS. Seeing Powerhouse’s squeaky clean image as a threat, Farrow attacks Powerhouse’s character and effectiveness in the media.The alien, international superhero Zolgron finally realizes Dave wants to return to crime-fighting and restores Dave’s powers. Dave is determined to make a lasting difference for the people of Seattle, but to do so he’ll need the community’s help.Powerhouse Flies Again offers laughs, adventure, and a new villain in this first installment of the Adventures of Powerhouse novellas.<br
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#48 – Captured: A Fantasy Romance (White Road Tale Novella Book 1)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Jackie Castle
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minimal Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    He will lose everything if their secret is found out.When Tarek’s family is taken prisoner by the conniving, self-proclaimed King of Racah, they make a pact to lay low and do whatever is necessary to survive until they can devise an escape plan.Despite Tarek’s efforts to follow his parent’s orders, he has no choice but to save the Princess from making a life-threatening mistake. And despite his best efforts, he can’t help when he loses his heart to the enchanting and lonely Princess.Unfortunately, Tarek is in danger of losing much more than just his heart.Captured is the first of three novellas in the White Road Tales trilogy which also include Stolen and Ransom. All three are prequels to the White Road Chronicles series which include:
    Illuminated: Book One
    Luminosity: Book Two
    Emanate: Book Three
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#49 – Lifesphere INC: Acquisition

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Talitha Kalago
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Mild Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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    Eli’s future is a life spent scavenging on the Rim. He sells trash to survive, while on the Topside, citizens live in hedonistic luxury. Eli dreams of obtaining citizenship by becoming a handler; bonded with a bio-organic life form called a meka.On the Topside, handlers are celebrities, pitting their skills in televised meka battles. But new legislation will only allow those with citizenship to become handlers and Eli can’t raise the money to buy a meka before the law is passed.A grifter named Kalex offers Eli a trade: meka of his own, if he competes in an illegal fight to the death. Eli realises his meka can’t win, but Kalex has no intention of letting him or his meka escape alive. As Eli flees into the city, he knows Kalex is on his tail. And it’s only a matter of time before Kalex finds them…
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#50 – Book 1: The Crown Prince (The Kid Emperor of Occultoria)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Jason W. Chan
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Minor Language
      • Minor Romance
    • Similar to a PG rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    12 year-old Max has never felt like he belonged at school or in his family. But one day, he is whisked away to a supernatural world where he discovers the very features that make him unique help him survive and even to claim his birthright as the Emperor of Occultoria, the government of the Supernatural World.With his wits, some magical abilities and some friends to assist him, Max must reunite all the rebellious parts of the strife-ridden Occultorian Empire to restore the balance of and keep the peace between the Natural and Supernatural Worlds.His first task is to force the Queen of Purgatorio into submission. As Max steps into the eerie and of wailing ghosts, he discovers that part of growing up means being courageous and confident – even when he doesn’t feel it.An inspirational story of growing up, belonging and believing in yourself, the Crown Prince of Occultoria is the first in a children’s coming-of-age series that combines elements of mystery, adventure, fantasy, thrillers, romance, magic, enchantment and the supernatural.
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#51 – Eternal Redemption: Darkness Within (Dark Fantasy Short-Story Anthology)

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    • 4.5 Out Of 5 Stars
    • Written by Paul A. Wunderlich
    • Content Review Results
      • Mild Violence
      • Moderate Language
      • No Romantic or Sexual Content
    • Similar to a PG-13 rated movie.

 

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  • Book Description
    A dark-fantasy anthology containing two short-stories: Eternal Redemption and kill me now! Dive into these micro-worlds for a reduced price of 99 cents.Eternal Redemption: After eons of eternal life, King Deathenor yearns to undo the bargain he struck with the Devil in exchange for ultimate power. Summoned by the awakening of a dusty theory, he contemplates trespassing into hell to relinquish the contract he signed with blood. Failure is not an option. If he prevails, death after corresponded love shall be his greatest triumph.kill me now!: FROM THE BOUNDLESS pits of the abyss, a convict fleeing from darkness seeks to escape a world full of destruction he barely understands. The hostage of darkness has to maneuver his way out of this fantasy world he is trapped in, a puzzle he must unravel to escape the gluttony of the shadows.
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