Sam Sharp has never been what people would call sociable. Affected profoundly by his fatherâ€™s death when Sam was very young, he developed into a solitary and self-sufficient person. When he finds himself transported to Gythe, a world that is completely different from his home, yet strangely familiar, he is forced to seek help.
It starts as a classic case of boy-meets-girl, boy-holds-girl-up-at-knife-point, boy-and-girl-fall-in-love. But what should be a honeymoon-like jaunt through the ruins of pre-Columbian Mexico turns into an action-packed chase through moonlit forests and across crumbling pyramids.
Liam is an orphan, living with eight others in a dilapidated flat. Every day is a battle in the war to survive. As conditions deteriorate, and casualties rise, Liam begins to lose faith. He looks at the bums on the side of the streets with hatred. Theyâ€™ve given up the fight. They are weak. But it frightens him, how he sometimes longs for their life. Panic grows within his chest. Racquel offers him hope...
When the best she can hope for is a loveless political marriage, Fleur, grand-daughter of two Kings, decides to take matters into her own hands. A chance encounter with the Grailknight of legend starts her off on a path of secrets and discovery that puts into question everything she holds dear.
This first book of the Tulip Sisters Adventure Series introduces the four faery sisters, each gifted with the powers of nature's elements. Etaura, the earth faery, Aiara the air faery, Fierre the fire faery and Wyshari, the water faery were all born at the exact same moment; the first simultaneous births in faery history. The sisters inhabit one of only five faery gathering spots in the world, located on a remote plot of land in Tampa, FL.
A history-flavored fantasy novel by a two-time Nebula Award Nominated Author, with romantic elements of the Persephone myth, about Death's ultimatum to the world. What if you killed someone and then fell in love with them?
Not just another behind the scenes fairy tale tale, Letters to Zell by Camille Griep focuses on the friendship among the four most well-known princesses of Grimmland: Cinderella, Snow White, Rapunzel and Sleeping Beauty as they finish their Pages and move into the Happily Ever Afters that usually happen after the story ends. Written in letters to Rapunzel (Zell) who has thrown over her story completely to run a unicorn rescue preserve with her prince, the other three princesses struggle with how they want their lives to go as opposed to how they are written. Laugh-out-loud funny, vaguely raunchy (Snow White has very little filter it seems), and deeply profound, Letters to Zell explores life truths that we all have to figure out, whether we're characters in a book or the humans reading about them. - Schlow Centre Region Library
Taking place nearly a century before the events of A Game of Thrones, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms compiles the first three official prequel novellas to George R. R. Martinâ€™s ongoing masterwork, A Song of Ice and Fire.