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Babe Ruth: Man-Tank Gladiator by Dave Lerner

The exhaustively researched and completely accurate story of how Babe Ruth became the world's greatest man-tank gladiator.

In the year 4025 a priest tells the 2000-year-old half-remembered story how Babe Ruth rose from nothing to become the world’s greatest man-tank gladiator. . . .

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Senior Year by Randy Steinberg

Football is just a game while life and death is anything but...

Matt Bisbee is the leader of the Revere High School football team. Revere, MA is a tough, urban setting with a strong criminal element. Matt’s avoided trouble his whole life in hopes of going to college and a better future, but when he and two of his teammates defend a favorite teacher who has crossed the wrong man Matt makes . . .

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The Luckless Mage of Greidwhen Academy by David Daulton

A TOURNAMENT OF SORCERERS . . .  AND THE MISFIT WHO ENTERED IT. Ever since she was a little girl, Lucy Hardtvelt has wanted to attend the same academy of magic her mother had graduated from, as well as compete in the same, famous Sorcerers Tournament hosted there every year. And finally, after having her application accepted, Lucy is jubilant to begin . . .

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THE LUCKLESS MAGE OF GREIDWHEN ACADEMY

Neville in the spotlight

By theredsheep, author of Pyrebound

Apr 6, 2019: It’s not high art. It won’t teach you any grand lessons about the human condition. As the self-described amateur author’s preface admits, it isn’t even particularly well-written. But you know what? That’s okay. It knows what it’s trying to do, it does it, and it doesn’t put on airs. That’s worth something.

What we have here is essentially Harry Potter with a female Neville Longbottom as the hero. It’s a wizarding school without the shadow of Voldemort; the drama so far [more . . .]

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