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Undermind by Seal Johnson

Saskia thought her life was finally getting back on track after the accident. Then she got trolled. Now she’s up a tree the size of a planet, and all who meet her either run screaming or attack on sight. If everyone would just calm down and stop trying to kill her for one moment, she might get a chance . . .

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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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Mage Life by Tempest

The Tale of a Punch-Clock Mage

In a world where magic is everywhere and everyone can develop the potential inside them, we follow Tristan, a newly-minted mage as he starts working for the wizards council. Disaster struck many years ago and the world is just recovering, come and see what is in store for the punch-clock mage. . . .

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Fine Structure by Sam Hughes

Every year, a random person on Earth is struck by lightning and gains superpowers. Each new superhuman is twice as powerful as the previous one. This has been going on for ten years. . . .

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The Gray Ranger: Unforgiven by Adam Bolander

Tassendile is a country where magic and firearms are used side by side, humans exist beside bizarre creatures, and the four moons grant people incredible powers. For two thousand years, Vashiil, the malevolent Black Moon, has been imprisoned in the Graylands. It is the job of the Gray Rangers to patrol this cursed dimension and ensure that it and its . . .

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The Dragon Within by SlyOkami

Fallen from grace, then reborn, Erik now roams the lands he once brought destruction upon.

After meeting its fate at the hands of seven great heroes, the wicked drake now stands in Death’s hall. Meeting with the Grim Reaper itself. Defeated and its pride broken, the drake doesn’t beg or grovel, it simply awaits judgement. It waits for the God of the afterlife to send it on its way, to either the heights of . . .

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Mark of the Shadow by Devin Curtis

An action packed supernatural western set during the civil war in the Utah territory. The story is told through the eyes of a little girl, Anne Louise, who’s father is drafted into the army. She goes to Utah to live with her remaining family, but along the way gets caught up in a conflict between humanity and a dark threat. . . .

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Editor’s First Look – Action-Packed Fantasy

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Aug 12, 2018: Terrestrial Magic follows Jordan as she and her scientific team try to document legendary animals that have begun to reappear in the world, outside of heavily protected human settlements. The author does a good job of setting her world’s information up without a lot of exposition, and sinks the reader right into some interesting action at the beginning.

The setting she uses, wilderness outside of Rome that’s peppered with ruins, is interesting in and of itself, and then we get to [more . . .]

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Campy Fun

By Tintenteufel, author of Blut und Rost

Aug 28, 2015: I am somewhat torn between the critic and the little boy within myself as to how to phrase my opinion about this serial. It has problems, a lot, actually, but is fun to read and I binged the first 20 chapters in one or two days (I can not remember) even though I had enough to do.

My greatest criticism would be the pacing, storywise and in regards to the writing. It just seems a little off how quickly the protagonist [more . . .]

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