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The Change by Kirsten Miller

In the Long Island oceanfront community of Mattauk, three different women discover that midlife changes bring a whole new type of empowerment…After Nessa James’s husband dies and her twin daughters leave for college, she’s left all alone in a trim white house not far from the ocean. In the quiet of her late forties, the… Continue reading The Change by Kirsten Miller

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Druid’s Moon by Deniz Bevan

Lyne Vanlith, an archaeologist who seeks a logical explanation to any mystery, discovers an ancient Druidic curse on her first dig. When the signs foretold by the curse descend on her, Lyne can’t find a reasonable interpretation.And that’s even before a Beast rescues her from a monstrous sea-creature. She drops a grateful kiss on the… Continue reading Druid’s Moon by Deniz Bevan

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The Wayfarer Redemption (The Wayfarer Redemption #1) by Sara Douglass

A millennia-old prophecy was given when the Forbidden Ones were driven from Achar. And now, the Acharites witness its manifestation: Achar is under attack by an evil lord from the North, Gorgreal-his ice demons strike from the sky and kill hundreds of brave warriors in the blink of an eye.All Acharites believe the end is… Continue reading The Wayfarer Redemption (The Wayfarer Redemption #1) by Sara Douglass

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The Watchmaker’s Daughter by Dianne Haley

Hiding the worn piece of paper among her father’s watch deliveries, her eyes fill with tears at the memory of her brave friend walking towards the Nazi soldiers, and the sharp sound of gun fire. Her friend sacrificed herself so that she could deliver this message. But if she hands it over, the love of… Continue reading The Watchmaker’s Daughter by Dianne Haley

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Myracles in the Void by Wes Dyson

"He used to say, 'a broken heart breaks all around it. Heal you, heal the world.'"There once were two children,a girl and a boy.One could create,the other, destroy.Within every heart lies the power to bond or break.On an isolated port of floating garbage called Hop, Gaiel Izz and his sister, Lynd, never imagined they’d be… Continue reading Myracles in the Void by Wes Dyson

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Diary of an Angry Young Man by Rishi Vohra

Raghav is an ordinary seven-year-old growing up on the 'good' side of Colaba in Bombay. His is a safe, protected world and he is kept well away from the 'other', darker side of Colaba, which nevertheless, holds a deep fascination for him with its colorful, busy alleys bustling with activity, people and mystery - the… Continue reading Diary of an Angry Young Man by Rishi Vohra

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Evenfall by S. Robinson

A mystical vagabond named River arrives in her new city for the month. In search of old stories and new ghostly friends, she finds a spirit with a different mindset than the rest. Their whirlwind friendship takes an unexpected turn, merging their paths back towards River's home which she had been running from in the… Continue reading Evenfall by S. Robinson

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I Am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin 

I am a girl. I am a monster, too.Each summer the girls of Deck Five come back to Marshall Naval School. They sail on jewel-blue waters; they march on green drill-fields; they earn sunburns and honors. They push until they break apart and heal again, stronger.Each summer Margaret and Rose and Flor and Nisreen come… Continue reading I Am Margaret Moore by Hannah Capin 

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Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri

The year is 2024. A ruthless cartel dominates Latin America, and the FBI's Troy Levi gets commissioned to intervene. A cyborg for the bureau's Virtual Division, Levi delivers a devastating blow to the cartel's power but encounters a wave of social resentment in the aftermath.As the people's feelings for cyborgs grow bitter, former black-op cyborg… Continue reading Into the Violet Gardens by Isaac Nasri

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Rebel Rising by Beth Revis 

When Jyn Erso is eight years old, her mother is murdered and her father taken from her to serve the Empire. But despite the loss of her parents, she is not completely alone. Saw Gerrera, a man willing to go to any extremes necessary to resist Imperial tyranny, takes her in as his own daughter… Continue reading Rebel Rising by Beth Revis