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The Thief of Eyes by Michael McCaskill

When a young boy mysteriously drowns in the middle of the night at a summer camp in the american northwest, it marks the start of a chain of deadly events that threatens the world. Sent in by the clandestine “Choir” organization, Allison Piper and Donna “Don” Kyle must unravel the hidden meaning behind the events before it’s too late. . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Evil that Men Do by Hector Medina

‘Evil that Men Do’ is a dark fantasy contemporary serial. It begins with the first book, Heathens, and follows two demon hunters Apollo and Dion as they travel to the city of Havenbrook to deal with an occult bent on summoning a dangerous hellspawn. . . .

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The Man Who Made Monsters by L.P. Loudon and Erin Klitzke

There are monsters, and there are the monsters that kill them.

Weston Nielson Chandler went to Chicago to put distance between himself and his father. It might have worked, but Braedon Chandler’s enemies don’t really care what Wes wants. . . .

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Sun-kissed by Kashii

The time is now and the world is ours, but not quite as we know it.

Sun-kissed is a story about vampires, those hunted by vampires and those who hunt vampires. . . .

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THE THIEF OF EYES

Well Written Urban Fantasy

By ArtNJ, member

Aug 1, 2018: Many of the best urban fantasies use the device of a special youngster first learning about the hidden world to avoid the dreaded info dump, and this device is used fairly seamlessly here, along with other familiar tweaks, such as the mother and uncle talking about whether to tell the boy they have sheltered the truth. The young boy’s friend mysteriously disappears after he senses something evil; an evil fighting mystic agency is dispatched; we learn about the hidden reality and start to get some some life and death magic-based [more . . .]

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