In this sequel to Exo, hardened soldier Donovan Reyes tries to adjust back to his regimented military lifestyle after his run-in with insurgent group Sapience a few months ago. Unfortunately, he won’t get much time to reflect – not only is Sapience ramping up its terrorist activities, but zhree communications with the home planet have taken a dark turn.
One of the most interesting and remarkable books I have ever read, The Dark Descent of Elizabeth Frankenstein follows a young woman as she tries to tame two monsters: one, her lover; and the other? Herself.
Bronte Mettlestone has just learned her parents have been killed by pirates. Since she hasn’t seen them since she was a baby, this news isn’t as devastating as one might expect, but it is rather… inconvenient, especially since they’ve left her a set of faery cross-stitched instructions to carry out.
When thinking of stories that are set in Texas, a pair of Russian wizards on a quest is not what usually comes to mind. Bestselling author Charlaine Harris, however, easily creates a world in which this seems more than possible in her newest book, An Easy Death.
Makoto Fujimoto’s sole focus in life is training to become a mecha pilot, but as the entrance exam nears, he quickly learns he doesn’t have what it takes after all. His only chance is to join the civilian mecha security force and show his skill in battle. With political tensions rising, Mac soon realizes that simply surviving will be the real challenge.
Nic Promises, by Renae McBrian, is a marvelous tale of friendship and loyalty.
Twilight of the Elves, by Zack Loran Clark and Nick Eliopulos, picks up where Book 1 left off with a thrilling, high-stakes adventure to save the home of the elves.
Jilly can’t wait to be a big sister, and she doesn’t understand her parents’ reactions when they learn her new baby sister, Emma, was born deaf.
In this sequel to 2017’s The Witch Boy, author Molly Knox Ostertag returns to the magical world of the Vanissen family. While Aster’s family now allows him to openly learn witchcraft, fully accepting his identity is another matter.
On a day when Arthur Penhaligon is just struggling to make it through gym class without suffering an asthma attack, he discovers he’s the inheritor of great magical power – power that he’ll need to save both his world and others he never knew existed.