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Red Souls by A_Passing_Wanderer

In a world where Superheroes and villains exist, the conflicts that can not be solved by mere words will inevitably rise. Jack Mercer, a 17 year old high school student, becomes a victim in an unavoidable tragedy – but it also becomes the catalyst for an incredible change in him which will either lead him down the path 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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In the City of Wisteria by Doodle

In the city of Wisteria there grew a tree so tall it reached far above the clouds. Thinking it a sign from god that the gateway to heaven was open, the people rejoiced and worked to grow their strength to climb that tree. And while god wasn’t paying attention, a lone girl climbed the tree, all the way to the . . .

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Mantles by JDT

The first mages were discovered in March of 2012. The government reaction was immediate: the threat of magic was too grave to let its users survive. Soon after it was found that magic is endemic, with estimates emerging that mages could number in the millions. As public opinion shifted, the demand for justice against those who had orchestrated the Blue . . .

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The Crux of Human Suffering by Edge363

Braxton finds himself in a life or death struggle with a disease in his everyday life, but during his dreams wildly painful struggles and fantastical wonders await his every move. The great mystery of the other world eventually hits a peak as he finds himself able to stay in the dream like world. What is happening? Why is the . . .

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Reaper by Taulsn

Don't mess with Death, he doesn't like it.

Don’t deal with demons, don’t kill with magic, don’t bring back the dead. There are three simple rules that every magic user knows and abides. Powerful families enforce the rules, and the only sentence is death. When a novice mage is offered immortality in exchange for breaking them; he jumps at the chance. Now he must navigate a . . .

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Nesson by Aaron A Anderson

a story of sprawl and technology

Nesson is a biweekly serial novel about living with technology, sprawl, and consumerism in the near future. Sprawl in the US has spread to the Pacific. To accommodate further development, California and Hawaii are connected with land made from trash and salvaged materials. The Links Corporation plans an extension that will stretch to Japan. Nesson is a story of . . .

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In Our Image by cirruscloudauthor

“In Our Image” is an Original English Light Novel/Web Novel, which follows the teenagers Cat, Asher, and their friends as they are forcefully thrown into the world of the supernatural, of angels and demons, and led on a new path of discovery about their world, their friendships, and even themselves. As they encounter ghosts, ancient warriors, meet with angels and . . .

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Fate’s Fool by Justin L. Dew

Jeremiah Owens has finally run out of time. A deal he made with Fate to save the world is over and payment is due. Now he has one last chance to save to world, or lose his soul. An urban fantasy web serial about redemption, necromancy, and averting the apocalypse. . . .

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Red House Down by Crane Karauton

Zeno Abies is suspicious and cynical, traits that have helped her survive under the command of the ruthless Grève Tophet. But her only true loyalty is to her uncle, the leader of a highly organized band of thieves. Sent as her uncle’s trusted spy to find out every secret of Tophet’s Red House, she is thrilled to do something interesting—and . . .

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Heroes’ Twilight by KnightErrant

High Adventure in Low Fantasy!

A random group of characters are pulled into either preventing an ancient empire from rising back up or making sure it does. Some of them are dragged into the story kicking and screaming. . . .

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