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  • Carnival

    Danica Alfter-Maxey

    Have you ever had a nightmare that felt so real? Not being able to shake the nightmare or the heavy emotions that come with it? They say that dreams have meaning to them. I never believed that until a journey I took to understand what had been terrorizing me for many years.

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  • A Miracle of Consequence

    C F Clarke

    William should have died alongside his parents when he was four, when they died in a plane crash and he was spared. Decisions are made by his grandparents, uncle and others, at that time, which will affect the rest of his life. As William gets older, he increasingly experiences strange happenings and sees things that others don't, but decides not to confide in his uncle or friends. Although he has a happy chil

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  • Raider

    Georgia Benvenuti

    Separated from her family in the chaos of an alien invasion, Maddy Walker finds herself an unwitting soldier of the invading Raider army. Bonded to the Raiders, Maddy and her squad are forced to help destroy the last of the human race. Humans survive in the Lifeline - a number of bases built underground across the world, connected by the Lifeline Link. During a mission to get inside a Lifeline

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  • Mollificent: A Fairy Tale Adventure for Modern Girls

    Tresa Eyres

    Mollificent dreams impossible dreams of a life beyond her work as a servant in the castle. When her make-believe world lands her in big trouble, she fears she can never recover. In her darkest hour a small bird appears, offering passage out of the cellar and into a secret tower where the king's forgotten son lies deathly ill. The only chance for the prince's cure is a magic herb that grows far aw

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  • Two Degrees

    Jean Illingworth

    2039 Forced from her home in York by flooding, fifteen-year-old Lexey goes to stay at her Aunt Jenny's farm, high on the North Yorkshire Moors. Lexey's father is missing abroad, and when her aunt joins her mother in her search for him, Lexey is left alone with no power, no means of communication and rapidly dwindling food supplies. Lexey will need to grow up fast, learn to liv

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  • Dark Sky, Tinted Blue

    Stanley Murphy-Johns

    ‘We will not be reasoned with, human. You don't know what you've done. So you will die ignorant.' It is 2088 and the world has been ravaged by humanity, the sky is dark and London is living in fear of the deadly Cionicles. Two young people, David and Ava, live their lives day to day, hunting for food in a world parched of water and resources. Separately, they just get by, but t

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  • A Strange Tale or Three

    Malcolm Gerloch

    In Button, just where is the writer going? Is he losing his mind? Hasn't he proofread his story? At least in You, that isn't the problem. Here is a modern-day morality play with just a touch of fantasy. Romp, on the other hand, is just that from end to end. Each of these three stories, which are quite unconnected from one another, hopefully

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  • Ela Green and the Kingdom of Abud

    Sylvia Greif

    Ela Green and the Kingdom of Abud is book one of a trilogy and introduces Ela Green, a fourteen-year-old girl. Her first adventure reveals the mysterious bond she shares with Mother Nature and her encounter with Yggdrasil, the wise-tree, charting her own self-discovery along the way. With the help of her best friend, Jo, and her loving Uncle Archibald, who unwillingly has to lay bare an unbelievable

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  • Hikariuchuu: The Realm of the Lights

    Ethan Kenyon-Tate

    How far would you go for a friend? For Adam, his friends, Jamie and Elliott, and his little brother, Jack, the answer to that question is a very long way indeed - across a realm they know almost nothing about. One filled with danger, uncertainty, adventure and terrible beasts. Adam's best friend, Sam, is taken from his home in Nakumura. He is to become the 'pet' of the demonic princ

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  • The Summer Of ‘59

    Colin J Nicholls

    Tom was bored. With the long summer holiday stretching ahead he had nothing to do. He was looking forward to moving up to big school, which couldn't come soon enough for him. His mom and dad couldn't afford a summer holiday, so Tom with Bob, his faithful dog by his side, and his best friend, Toby, were on the lookout for some adventure although they didn't expect to find much excitement along th

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  • The Last Martian

    Ian Napier

    After returning from a dangerous but successful voyage to Mars on behalf of NASA, teenagers David (an Australian) and Sierra (an American), tiring of the media attention, decide to travel to Australia. Initially, they behave like tourists, checking out the sights of Sydney and the delights of Bondi Beach, but soon the now familiar voices of the Martian ghosts tell them to head to Central Australia. There, in the v

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  • Thronegarden

    Andrew Dickerson

    Queen Etherelle is dying. In a desperate attempt to save her life, Princess Damselfly makes a pact with Death to retrieve the timepiece that was taken from him by the Fairy King. Not just any watch, it has the power to restore time in a land that is timeless; where nobody grows old, yet nothing new can grow or be born. Leaving her home, Thronegarden, behind, Princess Damselfly travels across the fair

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