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The Last Namsara

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“The old heroes were called Namsara after a beloved god, he said. So she would be called Iskari, after a deadly one.”

From a young age Asha has been hated and feared by her people, called...

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Sky The Huntress Trilogy

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  • Currently 5/5

In this brilliant second book in The Hunters Trilogy Mouse, Crow and Sparrow are desperately trying to find the Storm-Opals before Stag can get to them.

Along the way they discover Sky-Tribes,...

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The Summer of Impossible Things

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Thirty years ago, in Brooklyn something terrible happened to Luna’s mother that changed her life forever. Something she is only willing to reveal to her daughter Luna and Pia after her death....

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Scepter of Fire

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Varna Lund is a plain girl. She doesn’t have a lot of close friends like her sister Gerda and she isn’t a beauty like her younger twin sisters. She is acutely aware of her faults but she also...

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The Forever Court

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  • Currently 5/5

This is the epic Sequel to 'Knights of the Borrowed Dark.'

Denizen is just getting used to being a Knight and having to fight the Tenebrous, a race of creatures who live in the shadows....

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Knights of the Borrowed Dark

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Denizen Hardwick is an orphan living in Crosscaper Orphanage when he receives a note telling him his aunt will be arriving to take him away for a few days. Denizen has never believed in monsters but...

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Sea: The Huntress Trilogy

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  • Currently 5/5

Mouse's Tribe believe she is destined to be captain of The Huntress one day. In the meanwhile, they have to contend with the ice enroaching on the sea and the fiercesome wingest Terrodyls -...

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Tales of the Peculiar

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  • Currently 5/5

I love the writing style of Ransom Riggs.

This book is a collection of tales from the peculiar world created by Random Riggs. Folklore passed on from generation to generation via word of mouth or...

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Hagseed

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  • Currently 5/5

A unique retelling of The Tempest by an amazing author.

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The Bear and The Nightingale

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  • Currently 5/5

A young woman's family is threatened by forces both real and fantastical in this debut novel inspired by Russian fairy tales.

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