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Kano’s Necromantic Comedy by LWEndless

One of many undead, Kano makes her way in a futuristic world where humanity has all but died out. Armed with only her wits (and her personal force field), she fights against the destroyers of humanity, the necromancers. Plagued by visions of her past, she struggles to find purpose in a decaying world. . . .

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The Rat Messiah by Adam C. Richardson

Who knew the end times would be this much fun?

A cataclysmic event tears the fabric of reality apart. But the world doesn’t end as all the prophets predicted. Instead, it gets a whole lot stranger. In a bizarre landscape of mishmash realities, Eddie, Ruby, and a handful of their friends seek to understand what became of the Earth they once knew. They hear rumors of one who will . . .

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Ra by Sam Hughes

Magic is real. It's what's next after electricity.

Magic is real. Discovered in the 1970s, magic is now a bona fide field of engineering. There’s magic in heavy industry and magic in your home. It’s what’s next after electricity. Student mage Laura Ferno has designs on the future: her mother died trying to reach space using magic, and Laura wants to succeed where she failed. But . . .

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Clocks and Boxes by BGHilton

The South Hertling Chronicles 2

The Hardware Wars have ended and yet peace has not returned to the South Hertling Shopping Supercentre. A mysterious Pyramid that no one talks about still looms over the little Australian suburb. The number of time-lost refugees from alternate worlds seems to be growing. And mysterious artifacts keep showing up in the watch repair shop. What sinister conspiracy is . . .

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The Writers of the Universe by Stew Stunes

The ending has changed.

The ending has been changed! Through their words written in stories and books, The Writers of the Universe control the lives of us all. A struggling human author and quite possibly the most unlucky person in existence, is about to leap from the page and journey to realms unknown in order to bring back chaos and freewill to the universe. . . .

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The Dark Oath by a_chiba

Hironah has enough to worry about—the mysterious and untimely death of her adopted father, her cousin’s involvement in a gang, her best friend’s tendency toward self-destruction, the Ghost Clan and its’ violent henchmen . . . She doesn’t feel the need to worry about the Emperor of Diasminion. Yes, he’s her uncle, but he has plenty of people to help him, doesn’t he? It . . .

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Graves by L. E. Erickson

Using the power of the dead to protect the freedom of the living.

Legally, Daria should turn herself in to Ardica City’s LM4 Processing Agency, which is tasked with ensuring that those with the ability to tap into the energy left behind by the ghosts of the dead will use their abilities only for the good of the people. But despite heavy-handed government measures, the threat of war beyond Ardica’s walls, the manipulations . . .

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Frays in the Weave by Sten Düring

A story told, a tale woven, when beliefs clash.

Great tales need to be told, but those that shape the world must be added to the Weave. With the awakening of a god two taleweavers sharing two worlds meet and shape a new future for both. As they add new strands to the Weave in a way no taleweaver has ever done before ripples run through reality and . . .

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The Taleweaver by Sten Düring

When two worlds clash

One man to change a life Two to change a world An outworlder comes to Otherworld where words come true where he comes true The Taleweaver . . .

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Wish Fulfilment by Gregory Taylor

Two investigators, one problem...uncountable wishes.

The Epsilon Project has determined that an evil object is granting wishes – on a fantasy world. Two people who function well without technology are sent to investigate. Can they get along with each other? Will they find the object, and is it really evil? Also, seriously, who runs this Project?? . . .

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Newtons Sleep by Daniel O'Mahony

A richly-written novel of strange happenings in 17th century England

“Don’t tell her what it was like. Don’t tell her how you had to dig your way out through heavy layers of clay to reach the fresh air, because that would distress her. Don’t tell her about the box, because that would confuse her. And don’t tell her about the light, because that was sacred.” Lately cannonballs have . . .

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TERRESTRIAL MAGIC

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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GRAVES

Cyberpunk meets Fantasy.

By Eren Reverie, author of Et Alia

Aug 28, 2015: Alright: I’m going to start by saying that "Graves" is really well written. I didn’t find any gramatical or spelling errors in the entire archive while I was reading, and the descriptions are nicely vivid. On the other hand, the chapters felt a little short and some of the ‘cliffhanger’ hooks at the end of the first couple felt a little abrupt. However, as the story progresses past the ‘getting to know the cast’ stage those seemed to smooth out more.

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