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Skybox by alecbibat

When it is discovered that Earth’s environment can no longer support food production, the Dome is built in an attempt to save a small portion of viable land. There is limited space in the Dome, but every year the dead are counted and people from the wastelands are chosen to fill the lost population in a process called ‘the cycle’. . . .

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Knave by acediamonds

A theft gone wrong leads to Cameron Pierce being detained by the local superheroes. Through the work of a friend, a criminal mastermind, Cameron avoids being sent to jail only to land in a different kind of prison. Forced into being a superhero, Cameron has to deal with the danger of the life of a crime fighter, teammates who are . . .

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The White Silk Chronicles by Rob Blair

Liddy’s not a normal girl: She’s a Wilder. Living on the far fringes of the Velran Empire, deep in the Wildes, Liddy learned to hunt, to hide, and to run. Now, thanks to old traditions, Liddy must make the long journey to the capital to offer tributes on behalf of her family. The journey must be made alone, and every . . .

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Once Upon a Time in Connecticut by Richard Phillip Hoffman

Ethan Bartlett had never known his New England family. They were wealthy, rich and distant and had no interest in him whatsoever until the day the last two other male members of his family were murdered. Now Ethan has come to the city his ancestors had built: Bartlett Bay, Connecticut. Here Ethan will murder his way through hordes . . .

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The Fenian Avenger by Daune O'Shaunnessey

Ireland is in the midst of a great depression caused by the greed of the powerful to manipulate the country, plunging the people to new lows of desperation. Eamon Malone attends a private school where he is the only student. The oppressive school’s course work extends from traditional math and reading to rigorous physical conditioning, martial arts training, and the . . .

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The Franklin Castle by Daune O'Shaunnessey

A ghost hunt in one of the most haunted houses in the world stirs up emotions on competing teams to solve a mystery of a hundred year old suspected serial killer. The vengeful spirit threatens the members. . . .

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City of Angles by Stefan Gagne

a web novel series of living a life amidst the twisted yet familiar

Buildings next to buildings, askew or aligned. Buildings sometimes intersecting buildings, for that matter. Walk down a hallway, end up in a ballroom, double glass doors to a subway station, third exit on the left goes to a dentist’s office. Probably wouldn’t want your cavities filled there, mind you. There’s no rhyme or reason to any of it—we’ve got . . .

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Mortal Ghost by L. Lee Lowe

It’s a fiery hot summer, and sixteen-year-old Jesse Wright is on the run. An oddly gifted boy, he arrives in a new city where the direction of his life is about to change. He’s hungry and lonely and desperate – and beset by visions of a stranger who is being brutally tortured. And then there are Jesse’s own memories of . . .

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Hitherby Dragons by Jenna Katerin Moran

An Answer to Suffering

Hitherby Dragons is a story about the emptiness. If you look out at the world, there’s a lot that you know. There’s a lot that you understand. But at the edge of your map, there’s emptiness. There’s questions that are hard to answer. There’s things that are hard to explain. There’s choices that don’t make sense . . .

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The Torch by Bastino Mhika

Tanaka Manyika was a Zimbabwean form 4 student in his 2nd term of study, and like every other kid his age, he wanted to pass his end of year exams and move on with his life. However on one particular night his parents and his sister were brutally murdered by two strange men. This was only the beginning to . . .

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Sol:Ruin by EJ Spurrell

A Post-Apocalyptic Space Opera

In 2124, the Planet Earth was annihilated in a freak event. Twelve billion lives perished in less than ten minutes. But far above the surface of the Blue Planet lived millions, scattered across the solar system in colonies and stations, struggling to survive after suffering the loss of their home. It’s been six decades now, and the people . . .

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Their Eyes by TheConvolutedPlot

The world expected seven heroes. Instead, eight liars gathered.

Seven Saviors were meant to group at the Willis Island, destined to save the world. Given godly powers by the Golden One, their shortened lives were meant to be spent slaying the Soul Stealer and bringing peace to the land. Instead, eight liars gather, their pasts shrouded in thievery and murder. Among them is the Soul Stealer, but they’re . . .

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Sep 18, 2012: Although I’ve only read the first of three parts of Eikasia, I wanted to review it now so that I could let everyone know how much I love it so far. I may as well say I inhaled the first part of this story, because once I started reading it, it was difficult to stop. I was drawn in right away by the way the author made the two main characters, Nyx and Elmiryn, so real. She’s written them into reality: good qualities, problems, bad habits and all, and I [more . . .]

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