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The Eternity Acts by tripleblacktri

How many generations does it take to reverse one man’s work?

The Whisperer Rayon has cursed his villagers, summoned a Wall of Fire and created a Burning Sea to mold his kingdom into a place he deems worth living in. Will the villagers, whose curse changes them by night, be able to overcome the acts of this twisted madman to create a society where the populace isn’t trapped in a cage . . .

A serialized novel, updating twice weekly.
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Azeal Neralum by Kazi223

What are we but a collection of memories? Each, defining who we are and what we think. But, what if we lost that mental capability, it being shattered almost beyond repair? Would we be the same people although we haven’t ‘experienced’ anything? What would happen when an ordinary man dies, his memories of everything he cared about and loved . . .

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Addergoole – A Ghost Story by Lyn and Cal

Their past is going to haunt them.

Come back to Addergoole for another year – or if you’re new, start school with Abednego, Cynara, Arnbjörg, and Leofric. They all have their own reasons for wanting to come to Addergoole – but it’s going to surprise them in so many ways. . . .

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Running with Rats by Malcolm Schmitz

They fight for their dreams... and steal their masters'.

In the city of Isseran, everything is in its proper place. Society runs like a well-oiled machine . . . but the machine grinds unfortunates between its gears. Slaves and soldiers want more than their masters will give them; rebellion hangs in the air. Alix Black-Eyes, a former slave with a dark secret, stumbles upon a small band of rebels called the Rat . . .

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Captive Spirit by Jodi Ralston

A "guns-and-ghouls" fantasy, set after "Tower of Trials"

In the nation of Avalon, spirits steal humans to convert them to spirithood, and the secret Society of Spirit Holders in turn enslaves spirits to use their magic. Though only a spirit-in-training—being only half spirit—Guard (21) has been captured on the eve of his conversion. But his owner, Mr. Roland Ravenscar (27), is just as unusual as his captive, . . .

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Oathbreaker’s Price by Lisa Janice (LJ) Cohen

Lilliane Tor, a renowned empathic healer from Rimland, learns the cost of keeping her oath when she saves the life of Jahnissim Hal Zev, a member of the nomadic and insular Tisreen and becomes entangled in a diplomatic nightmare. A fugitive from her own land, and in search of her missing sister, she escapes to Tisreen with Zev and enters . . .

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Conqueror by MRouzbanian

Kill. Eat. Sleep.

Conqueror follows Mara Stone, a twisted and cruel girl in a dark fantasy world. When she gets betrayed, she finds herself in one of the worst prisons in her empire. She makes a choice that allows her the slight chance to live, but how many sacrifices will she make? . . .

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Nala’s Story by Mark Gardner

We all know Nala, is the associate of the Champion Standing, Shui, but why is she always at Shui’s side? How does a Nubian end up so revered in the Han Dynasty? . . .

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By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Jul 21, 2013: Oathbreaker’s Price is a fantasy story centering on a Rimland healer, Lili, whose life has been turned upside down by the abduction of her sister, and Zev, a mysterious member of the Tisreen nation, the same nationality as the people who took Lili’s sister. The author does a good job of developing both of these characters and introducing their different cultures and the world that shaped them. You get a sense of the world of the healers, people who can help the sick by touching them, sensing what’s wrong, and [more . . .]

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Mar 8, 2017: Overall, this story is great – the world is original, the characters are unique and the story itself is engaging and evenly paced.

Grammar: Little to no errors found grammatically. The author is consistent, vocabulary is varied and there are no issues with spelling or tenses found so far.

Style: The story flows well, and the author does a great job of introducing details on an "as you go" basis. Each chapter [more . . .]

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