Strange Things Await by Jamila Stone

At Virtus Academy a boarding school for the supernatural, the students are not your average High Schoolers. They might go through some of the same social problems, these students are powerful and many dangerous. From vampires, witches, werewolves, and werecats these youngsters must learn how to navigate classes and other species who might on the outside of campus be a natural enemy. Virtus Academy’s walls are going to be shaken up this year as they never have before. Not only do the walls have to contend with two young Sophomore witches (Natalie King and Alexandra Aurelius) who despise each other so much so they constantly wage war against the infrastructure, there’s a monster on the loose killing students.Will these two witches who once were best friends rekindle that friendship in time to help each other through all that’s about to hit them this year? Or will they fail to unite even after a mutual friend of theirs get captured by the same monster killing students?

Author: Jamila Stone

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Stepping Stones To Paradise by James Rick

Follow the dots that connect to reveal the perfect picture, representing the true form that reflects the original intended image, the soul. From an abusive childhood to life in paradise by overcoming chronic illness and drug addiction, through inner guidance from hands of light.

Author: James Rick

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Anomaly by Jessica Gilliland

Deemed a threat to society by the government’s Anomaly Control Team, Liv was kidnapped, kept under surveillance and her powers were neutralized.When a group of renegades led by her first love, Jason, break her out of government custody, Liv gets a taste of freedom.She’s taken to Hawthorn House, a secret facility that vows to educate and protect those with supernatural abilities. Liv and Jason fall back into their interrupted romance, but life at Hawthorn isn’t as perfect as she’d hoped.Liv’s powers and loyalties are tested. Her struggle to find herself and build a new life is only made harder by her insecurities and her suspicions that Hawthorn isn’t what it seems.

Author: Jessica Gilliland

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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All’s Fair (Fair Folk Chronicles Book 4) by Katherine Perkins

Late December is a magical time of year. Magical enough for the forces of the Fomoire to truly begin their conquest.Many people travel and consider new things during a gap year before college. Megan of the Unseelie, all of 18 now, is spending hers hurrying between realms and trying to figure how to stop the Fomoire from running rampant over all worlds when the Winter Solstice arrives.Now Megan must rally her friends and allies one more time in a last, desperate mission. Especially because some on both sides say all those worlds are doomed.

Author: Katherine Perkins

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Inciteful Insights Of Rogue Scholars: Fearless Thoughts To Inspire Growth And Transformation by Quinn Patrick Fernandez

This is a seditious book. Its content extols and embraces the purpose and practice of freedom in a very unfree world.Read the vaunted declarations of many of the great prophets of personal freedom. Join Ayn Rand, Friedrich Nietzsche, Oscar Wilde and many others in their campaign for the freedom of expression, the freedom of thought, the freedom to challenge mass complacency and the crippling status quo. This is a crash course in the subversive art of personal empowerment; a mandate to stand against a world where personal liberty is more of a myth than an actuality.This is a compendium of fiery rhetoric, radical sentiment, and a fearlessness that is often found in places where liberty is still accepted and valued.These outspoken firebrands have taken a stand against the threat of what I like to call, de-liberation, that is the deliberate and systematic stripping away of personal liberty by garnering the consent of the thoughtless and the complacent. You will almost certainly be shocked, offended, and alarmed by some of what you read here, but at the end of the day, I would wager that you will inevitably find yourself impressed and awe inspired; basking in the presence of the truly brilliant and of the undeniably heroic.

Author: Quinn Patrick Fernandez

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Before These Wings (Wings Book 1) by Wendy Knight

Phoenyx and Cole survived the end of the world. The alien invasion that took out most of the population and crippled any form of government—they’d fought that, and they’d survived.Or at least, they’re trying to.They battle starvation, fear, exhaustion, and death every single day, and while the future doesn’t look bright, at least they’re fighting for it.Hope is hard to come by, but when they need it most, it does come—in the form of a different alien entirely—beautiful, with the wings of a fairy, the voice of a siren…And the teeth of a vampire.Sometimes hope is most devastating of all.Never Trust Beautiful Things.

Author: Wendy Knight

Rating: Rating: 4.90 / 5
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Blossoming Bones by Décio Coelho

Be careful as you approach the garden of spinal thorns: some of the flowers and bones are too fragile and too helpless, others are spiky and unbent. They can sting or heal you. The same applies to words. Some of them will soothe you, make you feel loose, and some may hurt you, like an unavoidable truth you never wanted to hear. But in the end, you will know that it was all needed, so you could grow into the beautifully-ornamented skeleton you support, flourished and blossomed. With spikes and all.This is an autopsy of the heart and the soul of the young.

Author: Décio Coelho

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
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Hood Scholar by Bryan Holloman

HOOD SCHOLAR is about a young intellectual African American male escaping drug distribution and gang wars, but coincidentally find himself battling an even bloodier war in Iraq. Returning home from war he battles with psychological issues that leads to an attempted suicide; however, he’s able to escape mental confinement after realizing his passion for science!

Author: Bryan Holloman

Rating: Rating: 5.00 / 5
5 reviews