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Walking Shadows by Nicholas Ahlhelm

A tale of super powers, love and life.

Walking Shadows is the tale of young people with strange abilities. Gathered together by Ian Page, a young man with no memory of his past, they are pursued by a mysterious organization intent on their capture. They are not heroes. They are just young men and women living lives different than those around them. But those lives are filled with . . .

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The Root of all Fear by Burt Abreu

War is coming as ruthless men play the games of power. An evil long forgotten is freed in fabled Alcheron, and tales used to frighten children become all too real. Now the meek and the forgotten, the misfit and the broken must rise to stand in the breach – or the world is lost. . . .

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Deeds of Violence by Jonathan Tshinanu

Death in Judgment

Deeds of Violence is an epic fantasy series that stars a wide array of characters with cryptic past and far more cryptic futures, in a world where Smiths are revered as gods and their weapons can defy the laws of nature itself, being a hero is the world’s deadliest job. . . .

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Tales from The Side by Tandy Ellen Gutierrez

Tales from The Side is an epic story told from the multiple perspectives of the townspeople of Switch, a small magical city in the fairy world known as The Side. The most powerful and least powerful weave together a story rife with adventure, death, mystery, and romance that ultimately changes their lives forever. Come, sit, and read their most secret . . .

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Until We Meet Again by Marmar Zakher

Ishtar and Cay are siblings searching for their brother in a post-apocalyptic Earth. After receiving a tip about a person with similar looks and abilities of their brother, they head to the capital of the city-dwellers, Kapala. There the two get separated. Cay must navigate the hidden underworld of Kapala while Ishtar is thrust into the midst of the children . . .

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But An Earlier Heaven by LW Salinas

After an attempt on her life leaves her alone and desperate, the Frankish princess Rigunth makes a deal with a fairy to find two sisters from a legend in exchange for revenge. The daughter of the feared King and Queen of Neustria, Rigunth of Soissons is on her way to marry her betrothed when her bridal train is overtaken . . .

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Dark Lord Saga by RPGlitchy

adventure, fantasy

A vast land of turmoil and grace. A land large enough to be called its own world. The Endless Continent encompassed all of the known human race. A population of nearly 15 billion people. Here where large beasts roam. Adventurers strive to conquer the 138 Dungeon Worlds, and be known throughout the lands as a Hero. Grey dreams of being . . .

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Chrysalis Experiment by Tim Noel

The first day of a new week dawns in St. Petersburg where siblings Mashka and Aleksei Sharov proceed with their academic lives. As the days go by, they become aware that they are being watched. Paranormal events wreck havoc on their lives, and they realise that they are not as human as they had always believed themselves to be. . . .

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Mostly Dead Girls by Maureen T.

Faye’s been desperate to reconnect with her lost past since her serial killer uncle was killed and she was placed with her bizarrely normal father’s family – desperate enough to strike up a conversation with the first dead girl she meets, no matter how dangerous that might be. Dorita’s not happy about being a dead girl – she never . . .

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Uruna: Awakening by Nathan Woodbury

Benson wakes to find himself in a beautiful, yet perilous world with no memories of who he is or how he came to be there. Unbeknownst to him, he is living in a simulated environment, created by engineers with questionable morals and a desire to see what kind of civilizations are created in a universe where the laws of physics . . .

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Cruise Control by Zephy669

Zak Sykes is a shifter. He can shift objects using the power in his heart known as eks. He gained this power when he was twelve years old on White Valentine’s. On that particular February 14th a massive white light engulfed Downtown York, destroying everything and taking the girl of his dreams from him. Now, six years later, Zak, along . . .

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Velvet Lies by L. Shelby

“You mean the man’s own servants won’t say who murdered him because it wouldn’t be polite?” A new assistant for the ambassador arrives at his new assignment, only to find out that the ambassador is under arrest for murder. The only solution he can see is to find out who really did the murder, but quickly finds out that . . .

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NO MAN AN ISLAND

Pilgrim’s Progress meets Mad Max in Camelot

By Fiona Gregory, editor

Apr 30, 2009: All the reviews so far are spot on. Here’s some additional thoughts on NMAI and why you might like to read it:

Initially, I was put off by the tagline "an experimental novel", raising visions of James Joyce and such ilk which might be more than the casual web browser wants to wade into. However, not to fear, NMAI is very readable, and in fact launches off to a fast paced start, quickly introducing important characters and plunging them (literally) [more . . .]

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AMBER SILVERBLOOD

First Impression, Fun

By LadyAnder, author of Hy'Ruh-Ha

Jul 5, 2018: This review is written in the perspective as a dyslexic reader as well as a first impression review. If you don’t know what that means, I’m basing my review off the first several chapter of a novel. Normally 5-10 chapter. This time I read to ch.12 because I have no self-control.

I like to mention I have a dislike of urban fantasy. Of all the fantasy sub-genres out there, urban fantasy annoys me the most in that is has to adhere [more . . .]

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