THE DARK THAT DWELLS is a debut space opera novel featuring an unforgettable ensemble cast, planet-hopping across an expansive galaxy on the brink of war.
Jordyn Fairweather has worked hard to reach the top of the magazine world, but now she’s in trouble. Younger stars are scrambling to steal her crown, and media companies are collapsing around her in the face of a new threat – the internet.
When the solar system’s key asteroid mine is seized by revolutionaries, it puts the secret mission of the spaceship Ulysses in jeopardy. Without a refueling launch from the asteroid, the survival of the ship and its crew is uncertain. The safest course for the Ulysses? Abandon the mission and limp home.
Kelgan Defthand is used to being top dog at the Academy of Magic where he is Senior Apprentice Mage. Compared to his peers, he’s faster, more skillful, and well aware of it, but when he finds himself beset by fearful voices that come in the night, his confidence is shaken. Adding to his worries, Kelgan is summoned to the headmaster, Sargal’s presence; it looks like he’s really in trouble. But to his bewilderment, he finds he’s being sent on a “mission” with two very hostile-seeming aristocratic twins, Neroma and Nevander Di Nerrill.
It’s the summer of 1955. For Ethan Harper, a biracial kid raised mostly by his white father, race has always been a distant conversation. When he’s sent to spend the summer with his aunt and uncle in small-town Alabama, his Blackness is suddenly front and center, and no one is shy about making it known he’s not welcome there. Except for Juniper Jones. The town’s resident oddball and free spirit, she’s everything the townspeople aren’t―open, kind, and full of acceptance.
War and Speech is a fantastic read and I enjoyed every second of it. I found the concept to be new and fresh. I loved the set up for the story and how the speech and debate program was used in delivering relevant messages as well.
War between the devas and the demons is imminent, and the Otherworld is on high alert. When intelligence from the human world reveals that the Sleeper is holding a powerful clairvoyant and her sister captive, 14-year-old Aru and her friends launch a search-and-rescue mission. The captives, a pair of twins, turn out to be the newest Pandava sisters, though, according to a prophecy, one sister is not true.
TITLE : After Darkness AUTHOR : J.F.Johns GENRE : Science-Fiction, Dystopian, Fantasy, YA FR RATING : 4 Stars Check out my stop on the blog tour for After Darkness By J.F.Johns!! SYNOPSIS Year 2160 RULE #.1 Humans AND Cyborgs are prohibited from communicating in any shape orform with each other. RULE #.2 Curfew is from 12 a.m until 7.30 a.mApplicable to ALL citizens, humans AND cyborgs. RULE #.3 All propaganda against the government, written or verbal is a crime. RULE #.4 All the above laws if broken are punishable by death. WELCOME TO THE NATION FR REVIEW DISCLAIMER : Thank you, YA Bound Book Tours for providing me with an…
Old Hallows Eve, when things go bump in the night, Children come to play, and the witches provide the fright. For 19 authors, USA Today and international bestselling, The Halloween tales become more than this foretelling. In the Soul’s Day Boxset, a mansion feeds on souls, A gargoyle captures them, and a demon dungeon master makes the calls, Campers gets picked off one by one, The Karnaval’s corn dogs are less than fun, Ghosts lurking around every bend, ‘I do’ at the wedding is the very end. A boxset of chills and thrills to keep you up at night, One-click pre-order to snap your copy filled with fright. On old…
Become an informed, passionate citizen who demands honesty and integrity from our leaders or suffer the consequences of our own ignorance and apathy. In this updated and expanded New York Times bestselling nonpartisan book, Andy Andrews urges you to believe that seeking and discerning the truth really, really matters and that believing lies is the most dangerous thing you can do. You’ll be challenged to become a more “careful student” of the past, seeking accurate, factual accounts of events and decisions that illuminate choices you face now. By considering how the Nazi German regime was able to carry out over eleven million institutional killings between 1933 and 1945, Andrews advocates…