In The Suncaster, Book One of the Reefsong, Teria Keats passes through an experimental device developed to transport sunlight: a suncaster. Now she is adrift in time, skipping through past and future while developing extraordinary capacities of mind to bring her home. Her father, Kieron Keats, leaves her bedside to undertake a compelling mission, where, he too begins to find himself, uncovering love and self-reliance under his polished New Age programming. Neither is aware of the cracks beginning to form in their utopian New Age. Nor are they aware that evil followed Teria through the suncaster—or that, under The Somewhere Sun, evil is getting a new face.
After making a blood bond with a magical flower, Sam suddenly finds himself with a vast amount of power and no way to control it. He is forced to unleash hell in an attempt to defend himself from the onslaught of the military as they try to subdue him. Sam realizes that the road to becoming a God is paved with blood and violence, as he learns to master his new abilities and contain Malice, the demon living inside him. No one is safe from this monster that takes over Sam's body and lays waste to the city, and its citizens.
During the blackout of 1944, in the small English town of Hurstwick, something mysterious obliterates the church spire and slices through the nearby woods. Despite a government coverup, evacuee George Moss discovers the cause of the destruction, becoming the first of a select few who, over the next seventy years, are entrusted with keeping the truth hidden.
Years later, Max Cannon moves to town and stumbles across the secret, triggering a chain of events, putting himself and his new friends in the middle of a deadly conflict…
His Name was Wren is a first-contact science fiction adventure. A story of friendship, family, and struggle spanning seven decades and a thousand light-years.
This story can be read as a standalone or as book one of The Wren Trilogy.
"Reminiscent of John Wyndham."
"Well written sci-fi for all ages."
"A captivating story."
"Couldn't put it down."
"If you enjoyed Super 8, Stranger Things, ET, and Starman, you will love this."
It is 2415 and Corporate City is in the vice-like grip of its dictator. Social division based on I.Q. is marked by coloured overalls. A new Great Wall is under construction to keep lower I.Qs isolated from the world. But a major problem arises for the tyrant who must seek an answer in London. Treachery abounds and plans for world domination are afoot and a nasty surprise is in store for delegates of world cities invited to a meeting in the Great Southern Land.This final story tells of a battle for control of the city and for its place in the wider world. Good versus Evil comes to crescendo with satellites and mass destruction as a dictator seeks world domination, opposed only by a small group of scientists.
Children of the Lens is the sixth and concluding volume of the six classic “Lensman” books, long recognized as the greatest space opera ever written. “Twenty years have passed since the events portrayed in Second Stage Lensman. To Kimball Kinnison and his wife Clarrissa have been born five children Kit, the eldest, and two sets of twin sisters. These are the 'Children of the Lens' the offspring of uncounted generations of selected matings. The most capable, the most brilliant minds in the universe. Their job is the conclusion of the Boskonian war, and how they accomplish this end and gain ultimate victory makes up the greater part of the book.” (From the 1954 Fantasy Press edition of Children of the Lens.)
An unprepared witch. A mysterious human. And a quest that will test them both …
Hazel always knew she was one of the weakest witches of her generation. For a moment there, she even cared about that status.
Not anymore. She’s determined to live her life as a normal human—with exception for the occasional ghost hunting. What can she do if the damn spirits won’t leave her alone?
But when she finally settles into a new routine, Hazel receives a message that changes everything: the Lightgrove Coven, one of the most powerful witch covens in the world, grants her a rare chance to join them, but only if she passes a dangerous test on Friday the Thirteenth.
At first, Hazel wants to disregard the message. But who is she kidding? This is an opportunity she can’t say no to.
Everything is going unexpectedly fine until a human steps in Hazel's way. Sean is mysterious, hot, and inexplicably alluring. Despite Hazel’s best attempts to ignore him, she can’t. And when Sean’s fate entwines with Hazel’s task, it puts everything at risk—not just her test, but also their own lives.
The Midnight Test is the first book in the Rite World: Lightgrove Witches series—full of magic, romance, mystery, and excitement! Grab your copy today and start this new adventure!
Rite World: Lightgrove Witches
The Midnight Test (book 1)
The Midnight Spell (book 2)
The Midnight Flame (book 3)
The Midnight Secret (book 4)
The Midnight Hunt (book 5)
The Midnight Wish (book 6)
Darby Adler is done.
Done with the Council. Done with ancient evils popping up every five seconds. And especially done with her ex-boyfriend, Bishop. On the hunt for the slippery mage, she has teamed up with an unlikely ally in a Prince of Hell. The same prince that invades her thoughts, her space, and maybe her heart.
But when the dreaded ex starts targeting those closest to Darby, all deals–demon or otherwise–are off.
Darby’s going to bury Bishop La Roux… one way or another.
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