Historical Fantasy Fiction

Historical Fantasy Fiction

A tale of human (and mystical) nature in all its forms, ‘White Raven’ keeps you on the edge of your seat, drawing you into a fantastical but strangely familiar world!

Children’s Colonial American History

Tracy Sabin’s ‘The Secret of Four Notch’ is a welcome addition to Sabin’s children’s books as he writes for a new audience. In an absorbing adventure written for pre and early teens, Sabin begins to address the minefield of growing up and all it entails, from accepting change and new responsibilities to the concept of working for a living.

Heroic Fantasy Reads

Heroic Fantasy Reads

A novel that embraces traditional action idiom whilst managing to be electrifyingly exciting Powter’s subsequent release to The Young proves every bit as good as his debut.

Fantasy Fiction About Wizards & Witches for Young Adults

Fantasy Fiction About Wizards & Witches for Young Adults Book Reviews

Prepare to be whisked away into a fabulous fantasy world of real magic in this inspired write by. ‘Wind’ makes for an inspiring novel, catapulting the reader into a tumultuous tale rooted in real life, with a backstory of a fractured universe which desperately needs to be reconnected.

Newly Released Dark Fantasy Novels

Newly Released Dark Fantasy Novels

Something dark is brewing in Montreal and it’s sure to capture your imagination in Bruce Mitchell’s Helruna: An Anglo-Norse Tale of Terror. A magic that has spanned the centuries, manifested in the forces of good and evil as destinies reveal themselves.

New YA Fantasy Time Travel Novels

A wholly original tale of time travel, Baldwin has delivered a narrative that is beguiling in its simplicity, yet rich in detail and sure to capture the imaginations of all who turn its pages.

Exciting New YA Adventure series

A whimsical, fantastic excursion to another dimension Parker keeps the momentum going while keeping readers glued with suspense, action and twists. In many ways, it’s indicative of a subgenre that’s ever-increasing in popularity and yet it’s no cliché.

Dark Urban Fantasy Series

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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.

Dragons In The Clouds

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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.

Mynd Adref: Unveiled Reality series

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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.