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Token by Desmo

Token is a web serial about four friends who find themselves playing through simulated games in real life. Whether they want to play or not, it is not their choice, and whoever loses a game gets . . . re-balanced. Will they conquer this mystery before losing themselves completely? . . .

A serialized novel, updating weekly.
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Urban Reverie by coffeegalaxies

Pretty things are worth fighting for.

The megacity of Throne has the highest mortality rates in all of Oeuvre. Neon-lit signs replace torches and gaslamps. Concrete monuments and soaring glass obelisks replace wizard’s towers and grand mansions. Bars and nightclubs replace taverns and inns. In the Third Age, Tekhnika Era 2077: 1st of Nymph, begins the story of two strange creatures bound together by . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes weekly.
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Winchward Beach by The Grand Eye

A demonic tale of dreams and guns

Winchward Beach is the bizarre tale of the most pathetic man who ever lived. Archey Billiard spends his days winching a run-down amusement park’s roller coaster as he bends to will of his demonic, OSHA-defying boss. Soon, Archey is thrust into a nonsensical series of events all revolving around his deepest, darkest secret. . . .

An ongoing series, with new episodes thrice weekly.
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Elevenses: The Daring Exploits of Secret Agents 1111 and 711 by A Lady and A Gentleman

Don't Trouble Yourself With Details

Two secret agents. One fedora-wearing sidekick. A spectre. A fat but wise and creepily all-knowing chipmunk. Candy Land. These are just a few of the unpleasant delights awaiting you . . . . Elevenses is an adventure, a quest, a comedy, and a parodic stew. It is a collaboration between two writers whose identities must remain anonymous, for security reasons. Here you will . . .

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Dig Till You Reach Heaven by Matthew Davison

Things happen

There is yet another attempt on God’s life. Gabriel appoints champions to his defence. Follow the son of the north wind, a casino royal, and someone who’s actually competent as they attempt to locate a gang of shotgunchuck wielding assassins and put a stop to their Deicidal ambitions. This is a serious and adult movie in which . . .

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ELEVENSES: THE DARING EXPLOITS OF SECRET AGENTS 1111 AND 711

Spy Romp

By Linda Schoales, editor

May 30, 2009: “Elevenses” is a fluffy, silly romp about the adventures of two spies named Agents 1111 (double eleven) and 711 (seven eleven). They’re just “sitting on the dock of the bay, wasting time” when they spot a suspicious-looking boat, and a suspicious-looking crop-duster which is flying towards them. They quickly dive into the water to escape being dusted and swim for the boat. Once they reach the boat, things get really complicated.

Another reviewer compared this to a cross between “Get Smart” [more . . .]

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URBAN REVERIE

Complex but deep and worthwhile

By Samuel Chapman, author of The Glass Thief

Mar 7, 2017: I’ve been reading Urban Reverie since the beginning, and it’s only gotten more impressive. The author has created a kitchen-sink of a world, where beastly peacekeepers ride airships over skyscrapers, and magical college students rub elbows with winged daemons in between prowling the many planes of reality.

Quinen, a warlock expelled from the Collegium, is sheltering Chrysanthemum, an amnesiac girl whose dangerous origins are clear by the end of the first arc—as is how easily she could start a war between [more . . .]

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