The town of Mohaba has been plagued by evil creatures known as Devols for years. Darkness envelopes the town at all moments. Despair is around every corner. The Devols’ attack cost many people their lives. The ones who died were the lucky ones. The ones left, the ones who survived, are the ones now tortured by the constant inhabitation of the evil Devols. Narrated by Death himself, this dark, somber story will keep you intrigued ‘til the end.
Zoey Christopher has an amazing ability: she’s psychic. Her psychic ability is both a blessing and a curse. When she gets a vision of her friend, Becca, in danger, Zoey can’t help but be worried for her friend’s safety. Zoey also can’t help but be distracted by the new cute boy at school. Dan is charming, but he’s also mysterious. Zoey can tell right away that he’s hiding something, and she will stop at nothing to find out. Join Zoey in this second installment of the Soul Sight Mysteries.
What makes a “bad girl” a bad girl? Is it the shoes? The acts of murder? The self-defensive stances taken? Is it the way she ruled a kingdom, or the way she sacrificed all that she cared about for the cause of her choice? Are all “bad girls” really bad, or are some just misunderstood?
These are the questions this book finds answers to.
In an alternate universe, Death-Cast is a service which calls you on the day you are going to die. When eighteen year-old Mateo Torrez receives the Death-Cast call, he is terrified. He feels as if he has wasted his whole life. So he downloads an app called Last Friend which pairs him up with Rufus Emeterio, who has also received the Death-Cast call. Read along as these two venture out on their End Day, taking risks they never would have taken before.
Sirius Soum de Gaia was a purebred Pyrenees Patou. Bred for beauty and show-winning, he told the story of his life, starting with his earliest memories in the womb, jostling alongside his brothers and sisters, and following his life to adulthood, showing how he dealt with adversity, trials, and tribulation. Ultimately, he searched for one thing in life: someone he could look up to.
A Horse Named Viking is about a Danish Warmblood colt, Viking, whose dam (mom), Carpia, was put down because she defended her foal against Ulrik, a drunken groom (stable boy) who attacked them. Viking was not yet weaned at the time, and after Carpia’s death, Viking stops eating and nearly dies. When he recovers he is sold by Kurt, his owner. After Viking has been passed through several owners and a top-class sale barn, he is bought by Anne O’Neil, an American Olympic/Grand Prix (the highest level of dressage) rider who bought him as a last resort.
Unvamped is a book about a vampire named Charles who goes in far too deep one night. It was the night of the full moon, and Charles was searching for more prey. He stumbles upon a witch named Ellie, and with poor decision making skills, decides that she's a good candidate.
Ollie's Odyssey is a very sweet and somewhat “magical” story about everlasting friendship and bravery. Ollie is a toy, but not just any toy. The main character, Billy, thinks of Ollie as his “favorite,” which is the highest honor in the secret toy realm. Not everything in the world of toys is always so jolly, though. There are also mean toys, like Zozo, the clown king and his creeps. When Ollie is toy-napped by Zozo's evil right-hand men, Billy sets out on a journey to hopefully bring his pal back home.