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The Rift Walker by Clay & Susan Griffith
As Princess Adele flees from an unwanted marriage, she discovers her strange abilities may just be the ultimate weapon against the vampires threatening the Equatorian Empire.
The Ruins of Gorlan by John Flanagan- a review
In this YA fantasy novel, young Will learns that being an apprentice Ranger is harder and more important that he could have guessed.
The Science Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe
Although Edgar Allan Poe is most known for his gothic tales, he did have a few significant science fiction tales.
The Serpent's Spell by Rae Bridgman - a review
Someone is slaughtering the snakes in the pits of Narcisse. While on a field trip to see the snakes, Wil and his cousin Sophie stumble upon a secret that starts them on a search to find the perpetrators.
The Silver Skull by Marc Chadbourne - a review
The supernatural and Elizabethan politics mix well in the first book in the Swords of Albion series by award winning author Marc Chadbourn.
The Steam Magnate by Dana Copithorne - a review
Kyra arrives at the Broken Glass City with a mission-- her mistress has charged her to find a Eson, a man who has inherited the steam-power legacy of his family.
The Strings of Pandora by Mel & Kip Praissman
Gerry Miller invented LifeShield to protect people from gun violence, but he never imagined the impact it would have on society.
The Supernaturalist by Eoin Colfer - a review
A strange thing happens as Cosmo hill lay dying. A blue creature feeds off of him, attracted to his pain.
The Telefax Box by Toni Seger - a review
The Machine is an all seeing computer that controls and documents almost every aspect of everyday life. but The Machine, which records everything that happens at Central, has no record of a scientist's obviously violent murder.
The Third Section by Jasper Kent - a review
In the third title of the Danilov Quintet, What began with Alexi Danilov has now fallen to his children. Dmitri and Tamara have no knowledge of each other, yet each carries on their father's struggle against the vroodalak moving behind Russian politics.
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