Annie adores Aaan, her half-angel friend. But she only has a few weeks to spend with him. She convinces Aaan to come along with her and escape from his dwelling at the cave, but trouble always seems to find Annie. A war is silently raging in the Angel Realm. Will Annie and Aaan make it out? Read this final installment in The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy to find out!
Penhallow is a stone gargoyle (though the proper term, he says, is a “Grotesque”). He protects his building and its residents from the evil, undead Netherkin, who attack the living from the shadows. One night, his only friends are killed, leaving him as the last Grotesque in the city of Boston.
Paths to the Stars is a collection of short stories by Edward Willett. The stories take place in the future, in space. They are fantastical stories about worlds beyond our own. This collection consists of multiple short stories of science fiction and adventure. Read as Edward Willett masterfully crafts short tales of adventure and exploration.
Guinevere has never known a “normal” life thanks to her mother, Vienna, who can’t remember anything past the age of thirteen thanks to an incident that occurred when Guinevere was young that no one seems to want to talk about. Nevertheless, Jed St.
Our Dark Stars is a book following Princess Talia Starchaser and Will Perrault and their amazing adventures through space. The two heroes live in times of turmoil and unrest. A war is going on that pits humans against mocks (robots) that have gone against their programming, and Talia's royal family is right at the center of it. Despite this turmoil, as a princess, Talia has everything she could ever want: a mock companion, money, and fame. Unfortunately, she's turning 18 and is going to be married off to a suitor she detests.
Troublemakers is about a girl named Alena. Alena never knew her mother because she died when Alena was three. Alena now lives with her half-brother and his boyfriend. Alena has been wondering about her mother for years, but suddenly her urge is getting stronger and stronger. She NEEDS to know more about her mom.
It’s 1957 and seven-year-old Alex, the main character in A Jar Full of Angel Feathers by Susan Russell, has just lost his mother. Even worse, his father wants to start a new life, so he sends Alex from their home in London to live in Cornwall with his Aunt Mary for a year. Alex isn’t used to the quiet countryside. He desperately misses both his parents and the hustle and bustle of the city.
Pearl remembers the night of the Garrison fire. The fire that killed 4 family members and left only 1 alive. Pearl’s father claims that he wasn’t the cause, yet the rumors around town say that he was. Pearl doesn’t know who started the fire, but she believes her father. If only the rest of the town would as well.