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The Crossing at Farrenhall

The Crossing at Farrenhall

Andrew Wood

Haegar Ruthborne is a Vruskman of the Winterwood, fiercely proud of the forest that has provided his family with shelter and sustenance for generations.

But evil has awoken in its dark heart and a malevolent force is animating corpses with murderous intent. Forced to accept an unspeakable reality, Haegar reluctantly abandons his home. With his family and a small band of villagers, he heads westward to seek protection from the Old King.

Their road leads to the turbulent Tagalfr, the River of Rushing Ice. The only way across is the Gated Bridge of Farrenhall, but its Lord, Kalivaz Varkoth, has sealed the gates and set the Myrmidons, a cadre of elite zealot-warriors, to guard them.

Kasara, daughter of the Lord of the Bridge, is stunned and ashamed by her father’s abandonment of his people. She vows to save them, no matter the cost.

With their escape route blocked, Haegar and the other Vruskmen are at the mercy of a menacing army of undead men and beasts. As night inexorably approaches, Kasara and Haegar make increasingly desperate plans.

In a battle where death is not the end but a horrific beginning, they must cross the River of Rushing Ice or become forever enslaved by the darkness haunting the Winterwood.

The Crossing at Farrenhall publishes April 26th.

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Battle for Atashaal

Battle for Atashaal

Arty Tekken Chronicles, Book One

Kon Blacke

Arty Tekken has a problem.

Of all the presents in all the world, Tobias’ first anniversary gift should be special. Which is why Arty is going to get him something wonderful, fabulous, even…otherworldly.

Luckily, Arty can open a wormhole and hitchhike to the ends of time and space, but what should he get?

A bumbling attempt to find the perfect present lands Arty on Atashaal, a strange planet where the Living Crystals can be found. Unfortunately, he also finds himself smack bang in the middle of a civil war.

Desperate for the secret to Arty’s abilities, aliens capture him, seeking the answers.

But Arty can no more explain this than he can the garbled voices he alone is hearing. When they start to make sense, Arty’s past begins to trickle in, blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. All he wants to do now is get off Atashaal no matter what. But with his failing legs, his escape from capture is also hindered by the fact he’s swamped in the voices and the burning desire to get back to Tobias.

As Arty grows weaker, he doesn’t know if he will ever see his beloved Tobias again or whether he’ll remain stuck on Atashaal, a prisoner forever in every sense of the word…

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Tilting Gravity

Tilting Gravity

The Eichon Series, Book One

Jenn Storey

The moon is falling.

Born with the gravity majik needed to prevent certain doom, instead of training, seventeen-year-old Syd spends her days skipping academy classes to tinker with airships, ignoring her future as a soldier in the army of the Eichon–the goddess-gifted ruler of the planet. As expected, Syd ends up in the Director's office more often than not, and the academy has had to get creative with its "motivational methods" in hopes that Syd will begin to take her gravity majik seriously.

Luckily, she's untouchable, betrothed to the Eichon’s daughter, Adeline. Unluckily, Syd's about to learn she will be the next to take up the Eichon’s mantle.

Adeline has been groomed to follow in her mother’s footsteps since she was a child. When it’s revealed Syd, not Adeline, will become the next Eichon (not to mention do the impossible–save the world), trust begins to break as roles and identities fall apart. Then, when Adeline goes missing, Syd must choose: follow the destiny given to her or find Adeline.

All the while, the looming moon serves as an ever-present reminder of just how small–and thus how big–her problems truly are.

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