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The Sun God’s Heir: Return (Book One)

by Elliott Baker


Alexandre Dumas meets Horatio Hornblower and Ancient Egypt in this swashbuckling epic. (Kirkus Reviews)

For three thousand years a hatred burns. In seventeenth century France two souls incarnate, one born the child of a prosperous merchant, the other, forces his way into incarnation, determined to continue a reign of terror begun long ago.

One remembers, one does not.


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Category: Fantasy – Historical

Songs and Stories from Tesla’s Tower

by PanOrpheus


This book has a full length Novel and short stories that all relate to Nikola Tesla, his life, his ideas, his relationships, his inventions and gifts to humanity. In a modern tongue-in-cheek Mark Twain-like humorous style Panorpheus brings his characters, the Delphic Oracles, Pythagoras and others in their intervention team into the modern world, and back to ancient times. You’ll meet Phoebe, the Oracle in ‘Peruvian Soup’. Tesla’s Wardenclyffe Tower will be built in a steampunk-influenced city in 1969 in ‘The Tower and The Wind; and you’ll meet Edison in ‘Edison goes over to the Dark Side’. You’ll also meet androids, 1960’s Rock Stars, a Peruvian High Priest, Morrigan the Financier and many others in a ‘Peruvian Soup’ of Altered History, Humor, Ancient Mysteries, and Modern Angst.


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Category: Science Fiction – Steampunk

The Cave Maze: Wizard Warrior Quest

by CAA Allen


He was only eight when a bloodied sorcerer tutored him on the perils of questing in the Cave Maze…
…The craving to enter has tormented ever since.

The Wizard Talhoffer stocked the underground labyrinth with a murderous assortment of beasts, traps, gold, and personal magic items worth dying for. And treasure hunters did die for them.

Not Raff Jenkins. He planned to survive.

After losing the scholarship for the questing university, sword whiz Raff takes drastic measures to earn tuition. With the help of his hustling cousin Dread and a party of rag-tag locals…he heads into the maze as a newbie. What he discovers inside is more than just treasure, bloodthirsty hags, or crotch-masticating hellhounds – he learns that a link to his past is tied to the fate of his kingdom.

Will he return in time to pay off the death-threats awaiting him at home? Will he return at all?


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Category: Fantasy – Sword & Sorcery

Hero in a Halfling

by William Tyler Davis


Not all halflings dream of magic…

But Epik isn’t like the rest. Adventure. Excitement. He craves those things. He would rather learn magic, not follow a wizard on some fool’s adventure…. Or so he thinks.

The problem: magic is outlawed. After setting out for the city, what Epik finds in Dune All-En isn’t at all what he’d hoped. No magic. And few wizards.

Luck, or something more sinister, is on the halfling’s side. He meets Gabby, a wizard who is kind enough to rent him a room, or rather, a closet, at his now-defunct magical supply store. And as a group of mountain trolls threatens the city, Epik sees the opportunity to do something, well, epic.

If only the halfling inside him would stop peeking out.

Featuring halflings, dwarves, elves, and a ranger or two, Hero in a Halfling is perfect for fans of both Discworld and Middle-earth.


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Category: Fantasy – Arthurian

Cast in Sand

by Dustin Porta


On a failed expedition to the heart of an ancient space station, Edwina wakes in a land of fierce warriors and drifting sands, in a mechanical body that is not her own.
With no memory of why, or how many bodies have come before this, one thing is clear: she’s trapped and time is running out.
An ancient citadel looms over the barren land and a cruel sultan rules the scattered people. Edwina finds a new body, one real enough to feel human, and strong enough to challenge the sultan. But the android body comes with human weaknesses, and like the others it has a mind of its own.
When her allies begin to quarrel, Edwina must find a way to make empathy and hatred work together. To do that, she may just have to listen to what the android is telling her.
This is Station Atlas, where the fall of humanity is long forgotten, where history becomes fantasy, science becomes magic, and basic survival is high adventure in a strange, fragile world.


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Category: Science Fiction – Space Opera

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