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Terrestrial Magic

Marina Ermakova

Marina Ermakova throws us into an apocalypse with fire breathing monsters and magic powers in Terrestrial Magic!  The world has been taken over by dangerous creatures, forcing humanity to retreat to safe zones.  But when researcher Jordan heads out into the wilds, she discovers there’s more than just monsters roaming out there.  Ermakova builds a really cool mythology and blends it with our world to make an intriguing post apocalypse!  Jordan’s conflict with the Legends was also a great draw.  If you love modern fantasy with a splash of post apocalypse and mythology, leave the confines of your Safe Zone for Terrestrial Magic!


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Stork Bite

L.K. Simonds

L.K. Simonds sets up a wonderfully heartfelt drama with Stork Bite!  The novel follows two timelines.  In 1913, teenager David Walker kills a Klansman in self defense.  In 1927, two women struggle to reach their dreams in a time when the world was aligned against them.  Simonds really hits you in the heart with her writing and I felt fully invested in the characters!  I also found it interesting to see how the two storylines were connected.  This is a beautiful read, so definitely take a dive back through history with Stork Bite!


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Positive Vision

Ken Brandt

Ken Brandt shares the crazy adventures of his life and fun anecdotes about having poor eyesight in Positive Vision!  Brandt’s life has been wacky, filled with cave exploration, chasing thieves, and jumping out of planes.  This book was fun to read, especially with Brandt’s sense of humor, but I also really enjoyed the insights gained from living a full life with poor eyesight!  This is a very uplifting book and I thoroughly enjoyed it!  If you love inspirational books or even travel tales, come set your sights on Positive Vision!


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Kill Zone

Damir Salkovic

Damir Salkovic tells an awesome near future dystopian revenge tale in Kill Zone!  After his life completely and utterly falls apart, Frank Clayton has no choice but to sign up for a deadly reality TV series.  It’s there that he decides to take the fight to the people who destroyed his life in the first place.  I love a good revenge tale, and Salkovic does a great job of blending action with moral depth and the interesting character of Frank!  This book is a great action thriller, but it also asks some deeper questions.  It’s sort of a more gritty version of the Hunger Games in a way, and I thoroughly enjoyed it!  If you love action, dystopian lit, or even gladiators, come battle through Kill Zone!


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Blue Moonstone

Dandy Taylor

Dandy Taylor builds a supernatural young adult love triangle with Blue Moonstone!  Danni is your typical teenager trying to fit in despite moving to a new school.  But when a strange boy named James begins following her around vowing to protect her, she discovers that more than a few of her classmates have secrets.  Taylor takes the sort of Twilight supernatural romance formula and builds a deeper mystery into it!  It was interesting to see what the deal was with James (no, he’s not a vampire) and also the secrets of Danni’s past.  This one’s definitely a love triangle in the making, so if you love your supernatural romance laced with intrigue, come uncover the secrets of Blue Moonstone!


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