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Terrestrial Magic by Marina Ermakova

Most sensible people avoid fire-breathing carnivores that prey on humans. But Jordan has built a career out of studying such legendary animals, creatures thought mythological until their reemergence in the world three decades ago. She and researchers like her believe that knowledge is the key to reclaiming the land they’d lost back then, when humanity retreated into designated safety zones. . . .

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Darkside by S.K.S. Perry

When you're dead, wishing you were is kind of counter-productive.

James Decker just won’t stay dead. Slain while rescuing a young woman from a would-be rapist, he finds himself in a pseudo-life, caught between two realities, belonging to neither. Haunted by the ghosts of his father and grandfather, he learns that the woman he rescued is in fact an Innocent, the physical embodiment of hope. As it turns out, seeing . . .

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Chosen Few by Matathias

A mundane visit to the local science museum starts off a series of worrying events for Austin Travis and his friends. They would like nothing more than to continue living their lives as they have, but the universe seems to have other plans . . .  . . .

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The Protector and the Peacemaker by Adam Bolander

The secret war between the Slayers and Mythics is secret no longer. Porter the Slayer and Sarah the sphinx have, through their unlikely love, become the bridge between the human and Mythic races, and together they hope they can find a way to end the fighting without one side destroying the other. With incriminating evidence against the Master Slayer, Drake . . .

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Amber Silverblood: Silverpack by Adam Bolander

It has been a month since Amber joined the Silverpack, leaving the ruins of her old pack behind. Now she lives in her alpha’s cabin with her mother and the orphaned Kimberly. But just as life is starting to feel normal again, the demonic crime lord Hendricks returns. He has a score to settle with Amber, and he doesn’t care . . .

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Kandy Fangs by David G Shrock

Life is a memory, and Steve Reynolds begins his journey with mixed-up memories and in the middle of a political issue involving a rare venom used as a drug. Kandy, a professional killer, helps him find his way through the time-shifting shadows of his life and into hers. Haunted by wraiths from his past, Steve puts his past together discovering . . .

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Demonic Symphony by Matthew Davison

Shooting things before they shoot back

In the history of demonology. There is one crime that trumps all others. That crime is deliberately torturing people to form a demon. These demons are called retained demons and they are very dangerous; they need to be dealt with decisively, and preferably from a very long distance away. Dealing with retained demons is a job for highly trained . . .

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DARKSIDE

In a nutshell: I liked it.

By Sarah Suleski, editor, author of Sidonie

Jan 15, 2009: First and foremost: Darkside is fun. It’s a rollicking fantasy adventure that starts with a bang and doesn’t slow down. It has humor, likable characters, and an engaging first person narrator.

The summary sums up the story well (I know, who would have thunk it, right?) so there’s really not much for me to recap. I will comment that Darkside’s plot isn’t really anything out of the ordinary—when you boil it down it’s a pretty straightforward fantasy quest. Regular guy learns [more . . .]

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DARKSIDE

Fun and Funny!

By Jaws415, member

Sep 3, 2009: To keep the review short the book was a great read. Set in a urbran fantasy/modern supernatural enviornment it is a adventure story with a touch of wit and a dollop of humor added to it.

I don’t want to spoil any of the story so won’t mention specifics. The author has created a unique world full of the supernatural vampires, fey and more. The world is well defined as are the characters, and the characters interact well with each other.

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