Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest

By Wayne Gerard Trotman

Kaya Abaniah and the Father of the Forest by Wayne Gerard Trotman is a story of family, friendship, love, and fighting for what is right. Kaya Abaniah is your typical fourteen-year-old guy who has a crush on a pretty girl. He has two good friends;...

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Year One

Book Three of The Wake Trilogy
By Sasha DeVore

Year One is a work of fiction in the science fiction and thriller sub-genres and was penned by author Sasha DeVore. Written for young adult audiences, this novel forms the third and final installment in The Wake Trilogy, continuing the story of Hanu and the...

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Ride to Daylight

By Alyssa Thiessen

Gangs rule the city, and the God-fearing Independents are the only ones brave enough to defy them in this riveting young adult post-apocalyptic novel, Ride to Daylight by Alyssa Thiessen. Robyn has been in charge of her six-year-old sister since all technology came to a...

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Challenges of the Gods

Sometimes, Heaven is Overrated
By C. Hofsetz

Challenges of the Gods is a work of fiction in the fantasy and alternate universe sub-genres, penned by author Christian Hofsetz and narrated in its audiobook format by Alfred Tam. The central action of the novel is focused on Mike, who finds himself randomly chosen...

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Imogen's Destiny

Book 3 of the Chroma Trilogy
By B Fleetwood

An extraordinary protagonist, a powerful and cunning enemy, and a stone that holds a secret are among the plot points in this explosive conclusion to the Chroma Trilogy. In Imogen’s Destiny, the reader is introduced to a young female protagonist with extraordinary skills — she...

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Golden Dreg Boy, Book 2, Golden Dreg World

The Underground (Dystopian Post-Apocalyptic Young Adult Series)
By D.K. Dailey

Golden Dreg Boy, Book Two: The Underground is a work of fiction written for young adults by author D.K. Dailey. In this next novel in the Golden Dreg World series, we continue our adventure in a dystopian world with themes of science fiction and adventure....

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Some Laneys Died

A Skipping Sideways Thriller
By Brooke Skipstone

The discovery of two young girls' bodies triggers an unprecedented phenomenon in the brilliant young adult mystery, Some Laneys Died (A Skipping Sideways Thriller) by Brooke Skipstone. When Delaney West was thirteen, she found her father in the arms of another woman. Laney tells her...

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Weird Weirder Weirdest

A collection of quirky tales
By Martii Maclean

When Dylan wins the carnival tossing game, his prize is hand-selected by the greasy-haired worker in charge of the game. Ignoring Dylan’s protests, the carny assures the winner that the blue ink pen is the grand prize. Feeling ripped off, Dylan isn’t aware of the...

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The Ascender

By Tracey L Pacelli

The Ascender by Tracey L. Pacelli is a work of science fiction based on The Mandela Effect and other cool fantasy stuff from the future. This book will appeal to young readers who ponder the ‘what if’ questions related to science, technology, aliens, and more....

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Mind of Mine

By C. F. E. Black

“Sharing thoughts with fifteen other people sometimes makes me forget which one I am, which name is mine, whose hands are attached to my wrists, whose face looks back at me from the mirror. We stream thoughts for progress and we stream thoughts for punishment....

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