Fall of Light (LaZelle, Book 2) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman

By Nina Kiriki Hoffman

Bram Stoker Award-winning writer of A Fistful of Sky

Opal LaZelle grew to become her magical reward to change people's positive factors right into a occupation as a makeup artist. but if the actor portraying the "Dark God" is still in personality off set, Opal realizes whatever supernatural has taken ownership of him.

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"Fall of Light (LaZelle, Book 2) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman"

Once Upon a Winter's Night (Faery Series, Book 1) by Dennis L. McKiernan

By Dennis L. McKiernan

The bestselling writer of the immensely renowned Mithgar books now turns his exact abilities to a phantasmic retelling of the vintage French fairy story, "East of the solar, West of the Moon" within which a tender girl enters right into a unusual, peril-filled marriage to a mysterious prince.

Praise for the novels of Dennis L. McKiernan:

McKiernan's narratives have middle and hearth and force. (Katherine Kerr)

Triumphant...grand magical fireworks. (Publishers Weekly)Blends lore and prophesy with bright conflict scenes and emotional drama to create a story of excessive myth that are meant to entice such a lot enthusiasts of epic fiction. (Library Journal)Provocative...appeals to fans of vintage fantasy-the viewers for David Eddings and Terry Brooks. (Booklist)

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Nomads of Gor (Gorean Saga) by John Norman

By John Norman

Subscribe to celebrated tarnsman Tarl Cabot in his most modern event at the parallel planet of Gor and its unique way of life and social norms. Tarl has committed his lifestyles to making sure that the Priest-Kings continue to exist the cruel lands of Gor, yet a savage tribe that heavily guards its secrets and techniques has halted his quest. To proceed his quest, Tarl needs to resolve the mysteries of this unusual, inner most band of nomads known as the Wagon humans or die making an attempt. he's the one guy alive who has no longer trembled within the presence of this mysterious tribe. Now he's embarking at the so much perilous event of his time at the counter-world of Gor. Will he be approved by way of the tribe and examine the secrets and techniques they protect with their lives or will he die making an attempt? Coinciding with the fortieth anniversary of the 1st ebook of the Gorean Saga, TARNSMAN OF GOR, E-Reads is proud to unlock the first actual entire ebook of all Gor books by way of John Norman, in either print and e-book variations, together with the long-awaited twenty sixth novel within the saga, WITNESS OF GOR. the various unique Gor books were out of print for years, yet their attractiveness has persevered. every one booklet of this free up has been particularly edited through the writer and is a definitive textual content.

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Herb-Witch (Lord Alchemist Duology, Book 1) by Elizabeth McCoy

By Elizabeth McCoy

The Lord Alchemist has to be proof against adversarial potions. yet in the entire nation, there are just recognized immunes: Iathor Kymus, the Lord Alchemist, and his feckless brother, Iasen.

Kessa is a half-barbarian herb-witch, arrested for crimes she didn't rather intend. but if Iathor discovers her immunity to fact potions, he'll do no matter what he needs to to courtroom her. responsible or no longer, she's his basically desire of banishing his nightmare: a son enslaved to him via the loyalty potion that every Lord Alchemist's inheritor needs to drink, and defeat.

But Kessa doesn't belief him, Iasen despises her tainted blood, and there's nonetheless the secret of who complex Kessa's little crime into the larger one she didn't intend. They don't also have the good thing about lust at the start sight. All they've got in universal is the alchemist's immunity, and a capability to get on each one other's nerves. Will or not it's adequate?

(Contains mature situations.)

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Black Bottle by Anthony Huso

By Anthony Huso

Dark and wealthy, epic in scope, with Black Bottle Anthony Huso has crafted a fable like no different, teeming with unthinkable horrors and fashionable wonders.

Tabloids bought within the Duchy of Stonehold declare that the excessive King, Caliph Howl, has been raised from the lifeless. His consort, Sena Iilool, either blamed and celebrated for this act, unearths macabre cult has sprung up round her.

As this news spreads, Stonehold—long thought of unimportant—comes to the eye of the emperors within the southern nations. they've got discovered that the seed of Sena’s vast energy lies in an occult e-book, and they're wanting to declare it for his or her own.

Desperate to guard his humans from the southern possibility, Caliph is drawn right into a summit of the world’s leaders regardless of the data that it's a trap. As Sena’s strange activities threaten to resolve the summit, Caliph watches her slip via his arms into madness.

But is it really madness? Sena is playing a perilous video game of procedure and deceit as she makes an attempt to outwit a strength that has spent millennia preparing for this present day. Caliph is the single connection left to her former existence, yet it’s his blood that Sena wishes to see her plans via to their explosive end.

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The Witches of the Blue Well: Thoughts on Writing The Winter by Paula Brackston

By Paula Brackston

An enthralling new unique 20-page brief tale by means of Paula Brackston, writer of The Witch's Daughter, "The Witches of the Blue Well" is the tale of Ceri, a tender girl in early eighteenth-century Wales whose grandmother consistently informed her the magic blood of the ladies of their kin flows via her veins. but if famine and worry come to their village, will Ceri be ready to harness her magic to save lots of herself and her sister, or will her strength result in the destruction of all that she loves? along with her signature mesmerizing type, Paula Brackston has penned a captivating tale set on the earth of her most recent novel The wintry weather Witch.

In addition to the fast tale, THE WITCHES OF THE BLUE good, this additionally features a letter from the writer, Paula Brackston, on writing THE iciness WITCH, an excerpt from "Welsh people Lore: a suite of the Folk-Tales and Legends of North Wales," an real booklet through the Reverend Elias Owen, from 1886, on witchcraft in Wales, and an excerpt from THE wintry weather WITCH, a gorgeous and relocating novel coming from St. Martin's Press in February.

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Game of Thrones Buz ve Ateşin Şarkısı Kılıçların Fırtınası by George R. R. Martin

By George R. R. Martin

George R. R. Martin'in muhteşem serisi, Kılıçların Fırtınası ile smooth fantastik edebiyatın istisnai başyapıtlarından biri konumuna geliyor, imgesel kurgunun büyük eserleri arasındaki yerini sağlamlaştırıyor.

İktidar mücadelesindeki beş savaşçıdan birinin ölmüş, bir diğerinin gözden düşmüş olmasına rağmen savaş tüm şiddetiyle sürmektedir. Yedi Krallık'ın zor durumdaki hükümdarı Joffrey, Demir Taht'ta oturmaya devam etmektedir. En amansız düşmanı Stannis, takip ettiği büyücü kadının kurbanı olmuş ve bozguna uğramıştır. Nehirova'daki Genç Robb, Kuzey'e hükmetmekte; Daenerys yaşayan son ejderhalarla beraber kana bulanmış bir kıtayı katetmektedir. Rakipler son hesaplaşma için harekete geçerken büyük bir yabanıl ordusu, efsanevi Ötekiler'le birlikte medeniyetin merkezine doğru ilerlemektedir.

Diyarda sükûnet, Yedi Krallık'ın kılıçların fırtınası ile sarsılmasıyla mümkündür...

"Zengin bir hayal dünyasının ürünü… boyutuyla çağdaş fantastik edebiyatın ümit verici örneklerinden."
Publishers Weekly

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The Coming of the King (Descent of Kings, Book 3) by Maria Albert

By Maria Albert

Descent of Kings sequence, booklet 3

“The global is finishing. it's a merciless position and maybe it may finish. yet then, there's Rion and also you, and the brothers, and Rarnak, and people such as you, these i'd nonetheless locate cause to struggle for. So i glance for Jargas, so he can help me, for i will be able to stand by myself opposed to the darkness no longer.”
—Farad, Lord of condo of Wolven

After risking all to return to assistance from Rion and his neighbors, Farad believes his in simple terms desire for sanity and survival lies with Jargas. but it really is Jarina who will both ruin or keep him, on the price of a life of religion and loyalty to Prince Talon.

Meanwhile, previous the outskirts of Nalea, Aras and Leonas adopt a perilous undertaking to parlay with the Hill humans, by no means dreaming the fates of either their very own humans and Talon’s leisure upon the result. satirically, ate up through suspicion and distrust, believing Jargas to be the Enemy’s minion and fearing Farad misplaced, Talon lashes out at Aras, with devastating effects.

The Amontir see brokers of the Enemy in every single place, the place there are none, and fail to spot those people who are beside them, able to strike.

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Invasion 1910 by William Le Queux

By William Le Queux

What if German forces landed at the east coast of britain and complicated on London whereas the British have been suffering to mount a defence? Such is the idea of William Le Queux’s “The Invasion of 1910”, the most well known “invasion fiction” novels in history.
The novel centres round Germany’s emerging naval energy and its risk to Britain, a rustic unprepared for struggle politically, bodily and psychologically. because the German’s occupy 1/2 London, a junior Parliamentarian publicizes “Britain isn't defeated.” A newly shaped military liberates London, however the conflict is much from over.
“The Invasion” used to be serialised within the day-by-day Mail in 1906 as stress of battleship building threatened to erupt into army clash among Germany and Britain. whereas the books’ literary price should be questionable, the unconventional proved a major hit in 1906, catapulting the day-by-day Mail into the limelight.
Le Queux’s novel is written in a journalistic type, with no major characters - other than the extraordinary common or baby-kisser - and this proved wildly profitable with readers, turning “The Invasion” into essentially the most winning destiny battle tales because the conflict of Dorking in 1871.

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A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (The Tales of Dunk and Egg, by George R. R. Martin

By George R. R. Martin

Happening approximately a century prior to the occasions of A video game of Thrones, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms compiles the 1st 3 reputable prequel novellas to George R. R. Martin’s ongoing masterwork, A track of Ice and hearth. those never-before-collected adventures recount an age while the Targaryen line nonetheless holds the Iron Throne, and the reminiscence of the final dragon has no longer but handed from dwelling consciousness.

Before Tyrion Lannister and Podrick Payne, there has been Dunk and Egg. a tender, naïve yet finally brave hedge knight, Ser Duncan the Tall towers above his rivals—in stature if no longer adventure. Tagging alongside is his diminutive squire, a boy referred to as Egg—whose real identify is hidden from all he and Dunk come across. even though extra unbelievable heroes is probably not present in all of Westeros, nice destinies lay forward for those . . . as do robust foes, royal intrigue, and outrageous exploits.

Featuring greater than a hundred and sixty all-new illustrations via Gary Gianni, A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms is a must have assortment that proves chivalry isn’t dead—yet.

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