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Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Historical Fiction, Europe, Medieval, Teens
S now White was a pet name her mother had given her, but her mother’s dead now. Adelaide hates that name anyway. A rampant fever claimed Adelaide’s mother just like a thousand others in Cologne where the people die without Last Rites and the dead are dumped in a large pit outside of the city walls. Adelaide’s father is determined to obtain a funeral for his wife, but that requires bribing the parish priest, Father Soren. When Soren commits an unforgivable atrocity, he pushes Adelaide to her breaking point, but if she seeks justice against the cruel priest, she risks sacrificing everything: her father, her friends, her first love, and maybe even her life
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Genre Fiction, Action & Adventure, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers
B ook Four in the PROJECT Series.
James Campbell is the world’s leading expert on crop viruses. He discovers clay tablets from ancient Persia with a clue to the location of a golden urn marked with the curse of a Greek goddess, part of treasure seized by Alexander the Great during the fall of Babylon. His discovery puts him dead center in the cross hairs of a conspiracy bent on world domination. He is horribly murdered, along with two of his colleagues.
The murders get the attention of Elizabeth Harker, Director of a black ops intelligence unit called the Project. Nick Carter is the Project team leader. He struggles with PTSD from his years as a combat Marine and conflicting thoughts about his lover and teammate, Selena Connor. Selena’s been with the Project for less than a year. She’s having a hard time dealing with her feelings for Nick and the mayhem that goes with her job.
Nick and Selena follow a bloody and explosive trail through Greece, Bulgaria and America. They uncover a deadly plan of corporate greed that will cause millions to die if it succeeds. Director Elizabeth Harker must forge a dangerous alliance to try and stop the plot and avoid certain war with Russia. All the while, a high-placed American traitor does his best to sabotage the Project at every turn…and time is running out.
Genre(s): Teens, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Fantasy
O ne Teenage Boy
Two Magical Keys
Endless Worlds to Save
Two monstrous wolves drive fourteen-year-old Jacob Clark down a path to a different world near his small-town home. The inhabitants of this new world are peculiar, and he is surprised to learn that they know everything about him. Even the evil, immortal Lorkon, who stole the Key of Kilenya. They are jealous of Jacob and wish to control powers he doesn’t know he possesses.
The Kilenya Series by Andrea Pearson:
The Key of Kilenya (June, ’11)
The Ember Gods (Kilenya, 2. Sep, ’11)
August Fortress (Kilenya, 3. Jun, ’12)
Rise of Keitus (Kilenya, 4. Feb, ’13)
Eyes of the Sun (Kilenya, 5. Summer ’13)
Book six title coming soon (Winter ’13-’14)
Praise and reviews for The Key of Kilenya:
“The Key of Kilenya is full of adventure and wonderful, mythical-type creatures–totally unique. This book is like Fablehaven meets Harry Potter with a sprinkling of Lord of the Rings. A good, fun, clean read for the whole family.” – Jennifer Hurst
“As a mother, it’s refreshing to know there are authors writing fantasy, like The Key of Kilenya, that is not dark and depressing.” – Kimberly Job
“Andrea balances excitement with thought, external conflict with inner, and adds just the right mix of mystery and realism.” – Karen Hoover
“This is the beginning of a middle grade series that is sure to be great. Both youths and adults will enjoy The Key of Kilenya.” – Jewel Adams
“To be quite honest, I don’t usually read books in this genre. However, I loved Harry Potter so I took a chance and I have to admit, I liked it! A lot!” – Mandi Slack
“Overall, like the Harry Potter series by JK Rowling, I would most certainly say this book is worth multiple reads.” – Reviewer
“It is an adventure filled ride that is perfect for middle grade students who love action and science fiction.” – Cindy
“The fantastical elements really feel original. In fact, reading this put me in mind of the creatures you would come across in Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis, because the creatures really aren’t the norm.” – Lisa
“I love the Harry Potter references, as a typical teen has most definitely become familiar with those books.” Heidi – Goodreads Reviewer
“As in Percy Jackson, Heroes of Olympus, and the Kane Chronicles by Rick Riordan, Harry Potter by JK Rowling, Fablehaven by Brandon Mull and other great books, a teenage boy lives an ordinary life while another world thinks he’s something special… It’s gripping all the way through.” – Patricia
“Get this book. You won’t be disappointed unless you have no imagination and don’t like books such as the Harry Potter series (JK Rowling), Fablehaven (Brandon Mull), Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus (Rick Riordan) or movies like Stardust, etc.” – Karl, Reviewer
“Similar to Rick Riordan’s Heroes of Olympus and the Percy Jackson series, this is just a very fun, creative, exciting adventure!” – Debra Smith
“The story has many twists and turns and loads of suspense throughout it and will keep the reader fascinated from start to finish. Reminded me of the Heroes of Olympus books or even Percy Jackson by Rick Riordan and Fablehaven written by Brandon Mull.” – Karen
“If you like books written by award winning authors such as Brandon Mull (Fablehaven, Beyonders) and Rick Riordan (Percy Jackson, Kane Chronicles, Heroes of Olympus), than you will LOVE The Key of Kilenya.” – Sarah
“I love the Fablehaven books by Brandon Mull, but the first one started slow for me. The Key of Kilenya doesn’t start slow.” – Rhonda Lynne Bingham
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Romance, Fantasy & Futuristic, Gothic, Paranormal
W hat is Cruxim?
Amedeo is Cruxim, a mysterious, immortal fallen angel. Destined to seek redemption as a vampire hunter, he quenches his insatiable hunger on vampire blood. But when the object of his passion, the novice nun Joslyn, is turned into a vampire and enters a vampire coven, Amedeo’s worlds collide. Shattered by the loss of his beloved, he vows to rid the world of vampires once and for all, even if it means destroying Josyln in the process.
A Paranormal Game of Cat and Mouse
Joining Amedeo on his quest to rid the world of the undead is Sabine. Half-woman, half-lioness, she is a Sphinx, a Guardian who has protected humans from vampires since the dawn of time. Yet Sabine comes to this fight pursued by her own enemies. An evil scientist, Dr. Claus Gandler, knows the secret of Sabine’s mythological past, vowing to torment her for eternity or destroy her forever.
Immortal Ever After
Captured by the evil doctor, Amedeo and Sabine are paraded as sideshow freaks in the Circus of Curiosities. Only vampire Joslyn has the power to intercede. Will she prove Amedeo’s redemption, or his destruction?
Genre(s): Literature & Fiction, Literary, Mystery Thriller & Suspense, Thrillers, Literary Fiction
T he Queensberry Rule
Post it. Tweet it. Like it. Doesn’t make it true. Or Does it?
In a world where the truth can be manufactured in an instant with a post or a tweet, justice can feel like it’s just out of reach.
Jason has had his son, his security and now his job taken away from him. Consumed by bitterness at the injustice of it all, he needs to work out if he really wants to fight back – when someone offers to help him do just that.
Jason, a dedicated English teacher and Oscar Wilde devotee, has to decide for himself if the shadowy Queensberry Foundation believes the same things about justice that he does.
Is pushing a bank to the brink of collapse because it cheated a customer OK? Sinking a major corporation to get back at its CEO? What about bringing down a government minister to have one of his decisions reversed?
If The Queensberry Rule was a film, think The Firm meets Falling Down meets Fight Club.
What Readers Say
“Was a difficult book to put down…loved it!”
“Fast moving storyline, I couldn’t put it down.”
“I loved this story. A great page-turner with plenty of twists and turns, strong characters and events that could be straight from the daily news.”
“Fast moving with plenty of twists. A great read.”
“At times I felt I was amidst a James Bond movie or a John le Carre tale with all the threat and paranoia..”