The Zealot: Book Two of the Plagueborne Trilogy by Mitchell Lüthi

Greater Virren teeters on the brink of collapse…The continent writhes in the throes of a deadly plague. Great cities have fallen into ruin, and bands of godless marauders stalk the lands unopposed. As the survivors emerge, it seems the whole world has taken one final breath before the plunge into darkness absolute.The Whispered Words of a Witch…Far afield from the fires of Lunburrow, its intended victim vanished, Katarina and Tannhauser bear west in search of “the source.” With the stakes higher than ever, they must contend with cunning members of the provinces’ crumbling upper crust, the threat of infection, and forces altogether more ancient and powerful than they can as yet conceive.The Wolf at Their Heels…Wrenched from the jaws of death, Ezekiel lives. With renewed vigour, and an unlikely companion, he dogs their every step in relentless pursuit of vindication—and vengeance.The sequel to The Ritual, the gripping inauguration of Mitchell Luthi’s Plagueborne Trilogy, The Zealot builds upon the intrigue, suspense, and gritty realism that made the debut so enjoyable. The latest addition to an exhilarating fantasy series, The Zealot is a must-read for fans of character-driven stories and heart-racing action sequences.

Author: Mitchell Lüthi

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Turned by Keri Armstrong

Sometimes a vampire hunter just can’t get a break.Yelena Volkoff made a vow to hunt down and kill her mother’s murderer: the notorious Russian vampire, Grigori Rasputin. But that’s going to be a little difficult now that Yelena herself is dying. And because two others are trying to beat her to the kill: an alpha werewolf who wants to avenge his city’s slaughtered kids, and a mysterious vampire who has reasons of his own.With time running out, Yelena realizes she’ll have to team up with the wolf and vampire to take down Rasputin, even though it goes against everything she believes. But things aren’t always what they seem, and it’s a race to the finish complicated by desire, confusion, and lies. If Yelena wants to survive long enough to complete her mission and save more lives, she’ll need to figure out who is really on her side, and why.

Author: Keri Armstrong

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Deathly Still (Unlife Book 1) by Elizabeth A Reeves

A new series in the world of Cindy Eller and Goldie Locke and the Were Bears.Antigone Baehr is almost eighteen when her life takes a bizarre turn. All those feelings she’d had her whole life that she was different from all of her peers were actually true– she is something called ‘unlife’.Now forced to face Death face-to-face, Annie finds herself caught up in a future she never wanted for herself– is she fated for Death?Or to be Death?

Author: Elizabeth A Reeves

Rating: Rating: 4.40 / 5
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Diary of a Minecraft Chicken Jockey BATTLE STEED – Book 1: Unofficial Minecraft Books for Kids, Teens, & Nerds – Adventure Fan Fiction Diary Series (Skeleton … Chicken Jockey and the Baby Zombie by Skeleton Steve

When you think of the rare ‘Chicken Jockey’, have you ever heard the chicken’s story?
Wild and free spirited, this chicken liked her normal life of eating seeds, running around in the grasslands, and playing in the river. But unlike the other chickens in her flock, she was bored!

Her life was about to change when a strange and small zombie knight named Sir Zebulon chose her to be his chicken battle steed and named her ‘Cluckington’. And now, this highly independent chicken will try everything to get rid of the zombie knight who took over her life. Will she ever find her freedom? Or will she grow to respect the gallant Sir Zebulon and his knight’s code?

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Author: Skeleton Steve

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Burn for Me (Edanholme Book 1) by Catherine Fitzpatrick

Brutally woken up to the fact her life was nothing more than an illusion,
Cat Ireland faced a different reality, one where she was hunted by a relentless
warrior of the Sidhe nation. Unwilling to relinquish a life as a human, she
refused to submit to the demands of a malicious ruler of a once noble realm.
Cat fought for survival, sanity and the losing battle to deny a gorgeous male
as her eternal mate.
Drusal, Dark Hound to the Queen of the Sovereign realm, had been ordered to
seek out his decreed mate, the only living kin of a depraved Monarch.
A seemingly human female repulsed him, even as her stubborn refusal to accept
the servile fate mapped out intrigued a proud Sidhe Noble.
Fae glamour and human scepticism clash as they form a tentative truce to
save what remained of a once illustrious society. Hot passion and a craving for
love paved the way for desires to be fulfilled. But would it be enough to breach the
barriers of distrust…..

Author: Catherine Fitzpatrick

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Maroon Sunia: Barbarian Princess of the Frozen North by Helen E Davis

Accused of murder, running for her life, and in desperate need of a disguise, Sonita takes on the glamor of a beautiful, barely modest warrior princess with cascading dark red hair. Now, armed with a cursed sword and a talent for storytelling, Sonita and her companions must fight trolls, dragons, and giant chickens as they search for the elusive, magical Uffin, and the true murderer of a dozen wizards.Written in the style of Diana Wynne Jones and Terry Pratchett, Maroon Sunia blends adventure, humor, strong characters, unique settings, and unexpected romance with just a dash of high fantasy—for flavor. A treat for any lover of epic fantasy with heart!

Author: Helen E Davis

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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33 Notches by Brett Woldridge

Left for dead on the high plains at the age of three, the orphaned, nameless child, through determination and luck, builds a life and reputation in the old west. Both a blessing and a curse, the rich rancher holds a secret that threatens to destroy all he had built, and endanger the ones closest to him. The choices he must make to protect his family, leave him torn between their safety and their happiness.

Author: Brett Woldridge

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Five-Star Daydreams by M. Frank Keiper

AUTHOR OF FIVE-STAR DAYDREAMS Kindle Edition IntroductionUnlike most collections of short stories, this set does not have a linking theme like those of love stories, mysteries, or a common genre. They do, however, for the most part, have one unique thing in common that ties them together in some way. They were all born out of impressions that had come from dreams. Not dreams of aspirations, or dreams of wishful thinking; but, of nocturnal dreams – dreams of slumber. Some were just a notion that the author had brought back, (from the other side, if you will) while some were a minor scene that caught his attention. Others were just inspirations, and two are complete accounts that he could not help but capture because of their story quality and exceptional presentation. They are arranged in a way that the writer thought would be best approached by the reader. This Collection of Day Dreams begins with a humorous story of a bumbling bumpkin who gains fame from being profoundly stupid, followed by a teenager that has a gifted insight into her grandmother’s departure; then, a tale of a jilted woman who tries to fire her Guardian Angel. There is also a dramatic short tale of a kind gentle man who invents a memory in order to bury a family tragedy. These are followed by a narrative of a social misfortune through the eyes of a devoted librarian; a farce about a loser who creates in his mind his importance to history; and a symbolic saga of an adventurer who is swept into a hypnotic experience in the past, where a holy child changes the course of an Andean village. The collection concludes with two boys who stumble upon godlike powers that ends poorly, and with a fable of a grandfather who cleverly schools his grandson in manners. It ends with an actual account of a dream that had inspired a poem and a painting.With all that being said, I can only guarantee one thing – that the author has done his very best to entertain you, (and suspecting that nothing has ominously tampered with his nightly dreams) you have never read these stories before. Enjoy!

Author: M. Frank Keiper

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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The Darkness of Aysu by Jacqueline Chandler

The royalty of Tinti use brutality and fear to maintain control over their kingdom. In Aysu, they use something else.As a disillusioned castle guard who has suffered his ruthless lord’s wrath in the past, Killian has done all he can to avoid drawing Lord Balthazar’s attention.It isn’t enough.Forcibly relocated to the desert kingdom of Aysu, Killian is ordered to protect Princess Shanree during her betrothal to Balthazar. Only, the wedding is coerced, and Shanree isn’t the only one desperate to find a way out of it.A darkness lurks in Aysu that will not let her go.As Killian’s feelings for Shanree grow, his instincts scream at him to get out. To survive, he has been made to sacrifice almost everything. Now, the darkness wants what’s left.

Author: Jacqueline Chandler

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews