The Throne of Ice and Ash

The Runewar Saga, Book 1
By J.D.L. Rosell

The Jarl of Oakharrow, Bor Kjellson, was of feeble mind, and his heir, Annar, ruled instead. Annar had two other brothers and one sister named Aelthena. She wanted to be more, but their culture forbade it. Aelthena lived with people who believed the woman’s place...

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Howl of the Ice

By Christian Raymond

Howl of the Ice by Christian Raymond is set in Hillson Falls, Michigan. On his way home from school, fourteen-year-old Falc must cross the frozen Blackbird Lake where he is later found hypothermic and frostbitten. Sheriff Chappell explained to Falc’s parents, Alista and Bodhi, that...

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Mythical Creatures of Maine

Fantastic Beasts from Legend and Folklore
By Christopher Packard

Mythical Creatures of Maine: Fantastic Beasts from Legend and Folklore by Christopher Packard serves as both an encyclopedia and a field guide to the creatures of Maine and to the state itself through the creatures explored. The stories are drawn from the French, British, and...

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Asha Of The Air

By John Huddles

Asha Of The Air is a work of fiction in the fantasy, mythology, and spiritual subgenres. It is intended for the general reading audience and was penned by author John Huddles. In the wasteland of a long-since abandoned Planet Earth, a mysterious futuristic figure from...

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The Abhorrent

Obsidian Blade, Book 2
By Nathan Wilson and S. E. Nin

The Abhorrent is the second book in the Obsidian Blade series by authors Nathan Wilson and S. E. Nin. The story of Shindara and his companions continues as they travel to Yomi to get some much-needed answers. Shindara’s curse was slowly but surely ruining his...

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Daughter of Odin

Gods of Chaos
By Samantha Gregory

Samantha Gregory has taken a historical myth known to many and turned it into a tale far more accessible to a modern reader in Daughter of Odin. Kari is freshly out of foster care, and hell-bent on finding her mother, who had literally left her...

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The Wizard's Testament

An Unexpected Challenge
By Billy Ironcrane

The Wizard's Testament: An Unexpected Challenge is a work of fiction in the epic fantasy and adventure subgenres. It is intended for the general adult reading audience and was penned by author Billy Ironcrane. Taking its primary inspiration from Chinese mythology, folklore, and combat styles,...

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Sanctum:Forests of Avalon

(The World of Sanctum Book 2)
By C.S. Kading and Tony Fuentes

Sanctum: Forests of Avalon by C.S. Kading and Tony Fuentes is the second book in the magic, myth, and legend high fantasy series The World of Sanctum, preceded by book one, Sanctum: Sands of Setesh. This installment sees the Knight Wanderer Isolde of Avalon and...

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Where Did All These Gods Come From?

By Steven Reider

This remarkable mythologically-themed novel follows a Texan archaeologist, Dr. Jake Steiner, who tries to prove that the events recorded in the Bible regarding the race of giants called the Nephilim are true. Where Did All These Gods Come From? by Steven Reider tells how Dr....

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Rumi Revisited

By Craig Wells

Rumi Revisited is a work of fiction in the interpersonal drama subgenre. It is aimed at the adult reading audience and was penned by Craig Wells. Set at a crossroads of faith and culture in 1960s Los Angeles where anything outside of Caucasian came with...

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