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Errant Gods

by John M. Murray

"Errant Gods" blends science fiction, fantasy, and horror elements for a compelling adventure. An ailing cop hot on the heels of a supernatural serial killer team seeks to rescue his family in "Errant Gods" by Erik Henry Vick, a unique,... Read More

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Clara at the Edge

by John M. Murray

Clara’s story unspools in a compelling and engaging way. "Clara at the Edge" is a weird and engaging story of a widow, some wasps, and a traumatic past, a story that explores the importance of human connection. Seventy-three-year-old... Read More

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Chimera

by Angela Woltman

"Chimera" is a thought-provoking examination of what it means to be human. Being a teenage girl isn’t easy—and it’s even more difficult when you’re a werewolf. "Chimera", C. D. Bell’s second book in the Weregirl Trilogy,... Read More

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The Infinite Now

by Meagan Logsdon

The novel’s potent sorcery lies in the humanity of its characters and the energy of its storytelling. Replete with poignant details, Mindy Tarquini’s "The Infinite Now" is an engrossing tightrope walk over the relational lines that... Read More

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Wolves and Roses

by Claire Foster

Shape-shifters, fairy tales, wicked enchantments, and—oh yeah—asthma inhalers. Bryar Rose deals with supernatural and totally normal teenage stresses in Wolves And Roses: Fairy Tales of the Magicorum. Packed with urban fantasy... Read More

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Zero Gravity

by Claire Foster

In the not-so-distant future, the moon is moving away from the earth, and gravity is losing its grip on the planet. "Zero Gravity" is a sharp, speculative novel that follows a family’s journey to safety as the laws of nature, one by... Read More

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