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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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Burning Seas by Mark Gardner

In a future vastly different than our own, societies clash in an epic showdown to control the world. . . .

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Forever of the Universe by The Inkling

Vampires & Elves exist together in a clandestine battle for humanity.

A battle has been going on for millennia. Elves battle vampires to protect the human population of Earth. Follow Elanor, a nearly 3,000 year old elf as she continues her ongoing struggle between her duty and the desire for a peaceful life. . . .

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Mortal Ghost by L. Lee Lowe

It’s a fiery hot summer, and sixteen-year-old Jesse Wright is on the run. An oddly gifted boy, he arrives in a new city where the direction of his life is about to change. He’s hungry and lonely and desperate – and beset by visions of a stranger who is being brutally tortured. And then there are Jesse’s own memories of . . .

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Corvus by L. Lee Lowe

In an alternate present the minds of teen offenders are uploaded into computers for rehabilitation—a form of virtual wilderness therapy. Zach is a homo cognoscens, one of the new humans who can navigate the Fulgrid. Though still a high school student, he is indentured to the Fulgur Corporation as a counsellor. Laura is a homo sapiens. Their story is part . . .

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Steal Tomorrow by Ann Pino

When her parents died in a global pandemic, seventeen-year-old Cassie Thompson thought her biggest problem was finding her next meal. But “Telo” is a virally-transmitted genetic disease that targets adults, and no one is immune. Surviving to adulthood isn’t looking very good as her city succumbs to food shortages, sanitation problems, and gang violence. When Cassie accepts an invitation to . . .

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Breathless by V. J. Chambers

Who is Jason?

Jason races into Azazel’s life—sweaty, tortured, and hunted by covert forces. Even though her football-player boyfriend doesn’t like it, Azazel is drawn to Jason. He’s so complicated. He gets in fistfights, but always wins them—efficiently and thoroughly. He reads Plato and argues with their AP teacher. But he’s also quiet and serious, haunted by a past he won’t talk . . .

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Chosen Shackles by Shaeor

The screen is running static. Face your shadow.

The future came in devastation, but we bury it in the lights now, to forget. It was better once, they tell us not to say. Now, at the end of our century, we’ve rebuilt. The city neon glows brighter and casts a shadow deeper on the world. This is just the beginning. In the Eastern Pacific, a sickness . . .

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Kinda Super Gay by Billy Higgins

Wow. Um, if you could stop with the whole "super villain" thing, that'd be great.

Being an 18-year-old “adult” is hard enough. Being a gay super powered adult? Nearly impossible. Join Sarah Martin as she navigates an insane world filled with sentient gorillas, passionate patriots, and quip-slinging demons. Watch as she deals with all these shenanigans while trying to figure out just what it means to be gay. . . .

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Lyncia by J.A. Waters

A story on gods, death, pain, and adventure.

Lyncia Eyresin is about to play host to a strange array of visitors, and some of them have frightening powers beyond her comprehension. Life is full of choices, and chances, and strung together Lyncia’s will lead to maddening oddities and a spiralling descent. But on the world of Nalan, the fall may never end. Yet she will try. . . .

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Teal by Tanner Helland

Teal Garrison is having a bad week. Green explosions, frightening visitors, and apocalyptic warnings from the school’s creepy new janitor are bad enough . . . and then his family disappears. Alone and answerless, he is left with an agonizing choice: save himself, or fight back at whoever is destroying his life. Teal’s decision ultimately leads him to a place where more than just . . .

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The Hidden Kitchen by Michael J Lee

Food is magic, chefs are magicians, a young boy is in trouble

Twelve-year-old Joshua Sage has struggling to survive on the streets of Destinapolis along with his friends. But after helping a dying man, Joshua suddenly has the knowledge of a master chef. Enough knowledge to find food in the unlikeliest of spots. But that knowledge comes with a price. The dying man had enemies and now those enemies are after . . .

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HIDEBEHIND

Editor’s First Look – Genuine and Spooky

By Palladian, editor, author of Super

Nov 24, 2017: Sadly, I missed reviewing this around Halloween time, because it would have been seasonally appropriate – a remote summer camp, eight kids seeming to be from around 8 through 12, and two counselors. Myra is serious and always seems to be conscious of the responsibility of being in charge of the well-being of eight kids, while her co-counselor, Alex seems more interested in gaining her attention than their young charges.

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LYNCIA

The Gods are crotchety!

By Alexander.Hollins, member

May 9, 2015: Lyncia is your typical spoiled princess chafing under a military despot dad and crying the inability to do what the princes do.

Until she finds that her father is a LOT more brutal than she had even feared. And the old gods are real. And . . .  even more brutal than her father.

Now in the company of a former guard and a foreign monk, Lyncia wars with what she has been taught, what [more . . .]

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