Consistently surprising and stuffed to the gills with wild plot devices protagonist Adrian Gray ( War Child) is certainly in a class of his own with his efforts to appease an ever-growing cadre of gods and demonic incarnations always delightfully gruesome and grin-inducing.
A novella of epic proportions Blair taps into our continued fascination with Dragon lore whilst bringing a refreshing new perspective that is free of trite clichés.
An amalgamation of everything that is universally loved by young adult fantasy readers there’s magic, friendship and adversity whilst every character is wonderfully nuanced with an intriguing back-story that adds to their development.
Brynte Godric quickly learns being crowned king was the easy part. Keeping that crown is what’s dangerous. With everyone from a world-ruling organization to his mother after the crown, Bry has a lot of fighting ahead. So he’s surprised the arranged marriage to the shy young Princess Stori goes better than expected. With it, he has averted one war. Now on to the next!
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Compelling reading, underpinned by a clever and exciting plot, Jeremy and the Witch’s Medallion al is the new release from Randy Gauthier that confidently blends the vital elements of fantasy with the hindsight of historical fact.
Like most people, Alida has contemplated one of life’s biggest mysteries: What happens to your soul when you die? What if it is stolen by a cruel demon, and your eternity’s resting place becomes an empty locker in a secret cavern?
With John Connelly as a father Kate drew the short straw but when Pete Davenport walked into her life she couldn’t have imagined how her life would change or the danger she would find herself in!
A captivating mix of magical mysticism and adventure Breaking The Fog is an intricate, intrigue-laden read which plays to the best in this popular genre and it’s clear from the start that Mitchell is quite adept when it comes to fantasy world-building.
Cameron Foster is consistently bullied at school for appearing different. With few friends and fewer hopes, he finds solace with his battered guitar. He is as skilled with it as Harry Potter is with a wand.