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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Drama, United States, Genre Fiction, Coming of Age
I t was the summer of 1963 when my world changed forever. Some for the better, some for the worse. But not in any way that I could have ever imagined.
Orrey Walker is the man of the house at eleven years old. He has sworn to himself and to his younger brother Petey that he will protect them from whatever monsters there may be lurking in the dark. Even if that monster is their mother.
Orrey knows there’s something terribly wrong with his mother. He is determined to lover her no matter what, even when she makes it almost impossible to do. People close to the boys turn a blind eye to what is right in front of them and it takes a stranger to do the right thing and help Orrey and Petey.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Technothrillers, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, Military
T he Sky Between Two Worlds is a fast-paced Science Fiction Technothriller of a future world of titanic East-West conflict. Kantak Johnson, an Alaskan student at MIT, about to graduate and begin service in the air force, discovers how to improve stealth aircraft. A professor, sympathetic to hostile nations, learns of the discovery, and the professor discloses it to them. Kantak and friends are cast into a morass of assassins and political intrigue, and the rest of the world faces the danger of two hostile nuclear powers armed with stealth weapons that no one can detect. Then an American drone strike goes tragically awry….
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Mythology & Folk Tales, Fairy Tales, World Literature, French, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy, Teens
“ I would describe Nandana’s Mark as a new Fairy Tale… This book isn’t just fantasy, it’s fantastic.” – Sooz Book Reviews
As a half-faerie and an outcast, Melia longs to fly–like her mother and the other fullblood faeries. However, her lack of wings becomes the least of her concerns when startling visions of destruction, linked to her father’s ambitions, escalate. Desperate to stop them, Melia visits the Illustrator and receives a strange mark on her forehead. The mark will draw a green-eyed stranger–one who shares her obsessions–to the Realm of Faerie.
The Flower of Isbelline, The Queen of the Realm of Faerie #2 is now available.
The Dragon Carnivale, The Queen of the Realm of Faerie #3 is scheduled for a June 18, 2013 release.
Nandana’s Mark was updated on May 15, 2013. Please update your version before reading.
The Queen of the Realm of Faerie series is inspired by the 14th century French fairy tale, Melusine.
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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, United States, African American, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Historical
A chilly spring night in rural South Carolina at the tail end of Reconstruction, the murder of innocents. This is the setting for the initial chapter of the historical thriller, A Strange and Bitter Fruit.
Thomas “Tee” Powell, 15, manages to escape as his family is lynched. His father, Zeke, mother Hessie and young sisters Lannie and Effie were hung to teach the blacks of Aiken that voting is not the right of the former slaves, not anymore.
He is angry, but instead of wildly lashing out at the Klansmen that murdered his family, he runs away. After a disastrous detour to Tallahassee, Tee joins the Army and ends up in the West, at a remote Army outpost on the lip of the Black Hills. Here, he grows up and begins to accept responsibility for his life and for the lives of others. After six years, the past, in the form of two of the Klansmen, one now a U.S. Senator on a mission to sign a treaty with the Indians, confronts him.
He had buried his past deep, even changing his last name. Now, he has to confront it head on, starting with the two killers that entered his fort. Trained by the Army to kill, Tee emerges from his exile and takes revenge on those that committed the murder of his family, beginning with the two men. His purpose is now clear, he must take revenge, and he proceeds ruthlessly to do so. But revenge has its own cost, and Tee suffers that price. Many innocent people are killed, and he struggles with the guilt.
A Strange and Bitter Fruit is the story of revenge and its consequences. It is a story of violence and race, a true American story. The novel raises serious questions: Is there a limit on revenge? Is there an act so horrible that any response, no matter how vicious, is just?
A Strange and Bitter Fruit, although it takes place in the 19th Century, confronts the reader with many of the issues of race and violence that we continue to live with today.
This is a second edition with updated and expanded ending chapters.
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Genre(s): Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Science Fiction, High Tech, Hard Science Fiction, TV, Movie, Video Game Adaptations, Teens
T he future. It’s all about friendship, love … and dangerous video games.
New cover! Book 1 of the young adult sci-fi fantasy series. (This is the kindle ebook edition of the previously trade-published paperback EleMental.)
Winner of the Young Adult Fiction for manuscript development at Varuna Writers’ House (Australia’s only national writers’ centre).
‘… a fantastic and exciting debut novel by Steven O’Connor … entertaining mix of futuristic sci-fi, horror, action and angst … this reads like Philip K Dick for teenagers. With the narrative sneakily shifting between the real and virtual worlds, O’Connor explores some fairly complex and sophisticated issues in a thrilling and accessible way.’Bookseller+Publisher, June 2010.
Willis, a loner not by choice, is gradually drawn into friendship with Zeb – cool and reckless – and into love with Arizona – bold and untouchable.
Set in 2050, the three teenagers encounter a deadly new virtual reality game called EleMental. Deliberately designed to be highly addictive, to control rebellious asteroid miners, EleMental has a byproduct no one was ready for: gameblur. One moment, you’re at your desk, the next, you’re battling something half-dinosaur, half-tank.
What Amazon reviewers are saying:
5.0 out of 5 stars. ‘Clever, fast-paced and brilliant. A masterpiece from a genius in this genre. I highly recommend this book.’ (G. Bachelard)
5.0 out of 5 stars. ‘I bought EleMental for my 11-year-old son and he loved it. Intrigued, I read it myself. Highly recommended.’ (Euan Mitchell)
4.0 out of 5 stars ‘I got this when it was in paperback. I really liked it. Now I see it’s on Amazon as an ebook … I’m getting it again.’ (Angry customer)
If you enjoy fast-paced action, strong characters, and a fun writing style, then EleMental: A First-person Shooter is for you!
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