Science fiction and fantasy novel Elthea’s Realm is a land with islands held high above the ocean by a slender pillar and stars that float down from the heavens to bestow an amazing gift. It’s a place where five friends involuntarily find themselves after they were attacked by a destructive computer virus turned corporeal.
The five companions are soon befriended by the Astari, a race of people who were once computer software programs on Earth. The deadly virus, called Bots, continue to pursue the five friends because of their participation in a college course called The Utopia Project. And the Bots will stop at nothing to kill or capture them, even as the virus begins to wage war on Earth’s computer infrastructure.
The members of The Utopia Project and their Astari protectors band together and hatch a plan to stop the Bots before being killed by them first, and before the Earth is left in ruins.
What ensues is a harrowing tale of magic and survival, set against the backdrop of what makes us human. Ultimately, it’s a story of friendship and brotherhood, without which none would survive.
Party? Cake? Friends? No, for Sakura Takeshi, her eighteenth birthday was spent meticulously preparing for her coming death. But all of her planning didn’t include meeting the star of her late guardian’s fairy tales in her garden one night.
Now she has a handsome yokai now sharing her house and her bed, a jealous young tengu living in her cherry tree, a cheerful classmate determined to push past her walls to be her first friend, and a heart in danger of being stolen…
Aisuru is a young adult love story with a charming prince of hero, a sweetly conflicted heroine, a sprinkling of fantasy, a dash of family drama, and a little spice to warm the heart.
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Leone owns Pulp Magic (Comics, Books, Games, & More). Angry customers are her biggest concern—until a man from another world literally drops into her shop. And oni have followed him. Leone defends herself with a magical staff, which marks her with powerful runes. Her supernatural tattoo sleeves make her desperately thirsty, yet practically allergic to water—and oh, they foretell the fate of the realms of demons, gods, and men.
With her four friends and inter-dimensional guide, Leone travels to the realm of the gods, searching for magical cosmetic surgery. She doesn’t want to carry the fate of the world literally on her arms. But the truth she finds—of a war raging between worlds—changes her, challenges her.
What’s a nerd to do with the fate of all worlds at stake? Ah yes, kick some demon ass.
The Chronicles of Narnia but with more swearing, more katanas, and less allegory. It’s nerdy, anime inspired fun for the whole family.
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Max Hamby’s story continues, but this time he is joined by Milo Jenkins.
The battle between good and evil has just begun.
Oxworth Pitt destroyed Max’s home and trapped his mother in the Shadowstone with a three hundred year old witch.
Isolde is getting stronger.
Max must travel to Grimhold, a goblin slave market, to find the next stone before Oxworth or risk losing everything.
Milo Jenkins has always been a big believer in myth and magic, but he’s left reeling from a nightmare filled with destruction and images of Max Hamby.
When he’s given his grandfather’s strange pendant, with a warning to never take it off, he becomes suspicious that there might be more to his nightmare than he thought.
His suspicions are confirmed when he learns that Pleasant Seas has been destroyed and an entire community lost.
Milo doesn’t believe it and sets out on a quest to learn the truth.
Action, Adventure and Dragon Slaying in this Sword and Sorcery themed, Epic Fantasy Novel:-
“First book was extremely engrossing. Had to force myself to put it down.” – J. Swaim
Saul Karza, wizard of the Empire, has been given a quest by the Empress herself: To find and slay a mythical ‘noble dragon’ – said to be near invulnerable.
Instead of leading a large band of soldiers, archers and spell-casters; he sets out with two immigrant dock-workers and a homeless dwarf.
What Saul needs is the legendary ‘Last Dragon Slayer’ on his side, because on this deadly quest, it’s not only Saul’s favour with the Empress that’s at stake – but also his life.
The Deathsworn Arc Series of Dark, Epic Fantasy Adventure Novels:-
Deathsworn Arc : The Last Dragon Slayer
Deathsworn Arc 2 : The Verkreath Horror
Deathsworn Arc 3 : The Blood Queen
Deathsworn Arc 4 : Rise of the Archmage
The Deathsworn Arc contains graphic violence and mature themes.
Recommended for readers 14+ only.
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The first book in the children’s fantasy series – Max Hamby. It’s the last week of school. With sunny days ahead and no more tests or bullies, life for Max Hamby is about to get alot better…..until he crashes into an odd exhibit at the local museum. Strange things begin to happen. When Max’s mother disappears, he’s left in the care of his eccentric neighbor where lawn gnomes come to life and a bird meows. Mrs. Pitt shows him that magic is real and not all like the fairytales he once knew. The discovery leads him to Merrihaven, where even stranger things await, including a dwarf, a troll and a couple of pixies. He quickly finds himself at the center of a battle between good and evil. Someone has resurrected the Shadowstone to free the evil imprisoned inside. Max must summon the courage to find seven magical stones to save his mother and stop the evil, before it’s too late.
Come travel into the 1930’s and through the doors of St. Margaret’s School for Girls. The place used to be an almshouse, until its previous occupants burned to death thirteen years before. The townsfolk are at a loss as to what started the fire. Some said it was an act of the devil. Some said it was a resident who had too much to drink. The building, miraculously, survived.
When a bag of bones falls on twelve-year old Julia, she finds herself thrown into the spirit realm and face to face with house’s past residents. Her new neighbors aren’t so lively, and some can’t even remember their own names. But as Julia soon discovers, there’s more to these people than meets the eye. One of these ghosts is not like the others, and Julia must find out quickly why someone had been cut from the town records.
The Human Apocalypse has Ended…
Within the destruction left from the fire that fell from the sky, only the animals remain. Prophesied by the Owl Queen and her loyal army for years, the Apocalypse has started a war of control between the various factions of animals left behind — revealing ancient magic passed down from generation to generation. From the noble woodland creatures led by a quiet and mysterious council, to the domesticated animals who were once companions for humankind everywhere.
The Animal Apocalypse Begins…
Outside of the warring factions of animals left behind, the owls who foretold of the Apocalypse have regrouped. With the return of magic, the war has grown into a struggle of power. Not only power over the arcane, but power over life… and death. The Owl Queen has foretold of a new prophecy. One where owls rule the land under her command. In order to grow her army, the Queen comes up with a painful curse. A curse that will transform anyone who ingests it into a bloodthirsty and frenetic owl, hellbent on destruction. A curse that will make this prophecy come true. The prophecy of Acorn 666.
Don’t eat the acorns.
Raneh has magic.
That’s not a good thing.
In the Rulership, landowners are forbidden to use magic, on pains of death. She will get killed if she’s caught, but she can’t stop the stuff from growing. So she shoves it into weeds, hoping nobody will notice, and tries to maintain a typical lifestyle for an eighteen-year-old heir.
Hiding it is working just fine, until the Ruler comes to visit. The Ruler seems to have some ulterior motive . . . and she’s the one who forbids magic. Raneh would do anything for her family, but it’s impossible for her to stop growing the magic that will make them all a target.
Her options are shrinking fast . . .
(This book is 78,000 words long, or 256 pages in length.)
Xoe Meyers had a normal life. So she was stuck going to high school, and she only had a few friends to call her own. She liked her normal life. Things were about to change though, because there’s a new guy in her small town, and he is anything but normal. Before Xoe can say, “Werewolf,” her best friend’s life is in peril, and Xoe’s world is turned upside-down. Then, of course, there’s Jason. Xoe doesn’t trust him as far as she can throw him, and given that he’s a vampire, she’d have to be able to catch him first.