An extra-long weekend means more time to read the new books released this week.
Week in Review August 29 – September 4, 2021
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Senior year is almost over. Can Amanda and her friends skate through graduation? Before second semester can even start, Amanda is on a mission to take on a new monster. But what if the monster isn’t a monster? The young shifter knows that firsthand. Can Amanda convince the Coalition to listen to her and save the world’s magic? Or will she be blown off as just a kid who doesn’t know what she’s talking about?
Senior year just got complicated. Final exams, school dances, anger management sessions and graduation. Plus prevent the world from being destroyed by a magic eating monster. Amanda’s gonna need the help of all her friends, and that one special boy, to pull it off.Read Now
“The reason we don’t pay dragon hunters upfront is they tend to get turned into crispy little snacks, and the big fat lizards get to keep our gold. So now it’s strictly a pay-on-delivery.
Does the Blue Dagger Society really want to go into this line of work? Their next quest would be decided over a heaping double stack of Joe’s famous buttermilk pancakes. Doesn’t everything work better with pancakes?
King Rasmus has something Eternia needs. The Blue Dagger Society needs the experience. It was settled. They were about to embark on another epic adventure.
Dying again is not enough.
Now Rueben must go to another universe with his greatest enemy.
Earth-Z is ground zero for the world destroying virus. Too bad Rueben lives on Earth-A. Rueben must jump between worlds in the multiverse to save his home.
But this new world holds secrets that he is not ready to face. Secrets to his past and how he developed his ‘powers’. Will Rueben be strong enough to face his past, his creator and stop the coming apocalypse?Read Now
Cheyenne is leading the Drows at last. But there’s still a lot that could go wrong.
Bianca is still cursed and could bring the blight down on them. The Nimlothar forest could burn and all the Drow with it. But wait, there’s more…
The O’gúleesh in Hangivol blame her for destroying their livelihood when they should have thanked her for destroying the blight. Cheyenne’s not a fan either. And now a new enemy is playing with portals on Earth. It’s one thing after another for the Goth Drow. How does she fix one problem without creating four more? Cheyenne will need the help of Inolu Roth the banebreaker who charges a hefty price for clearing curses. Turns out she paid for a little extra mayhem, too.
Life is a balance—at least that’s what I’m told by people smarter than me.
Try as I might to spend quality time with Sloan, family, friends, and companion animals my magnet of mayhem often has other ideas. Adulting is hard. So when I move an adolescent dragon into my backyard why don’t I anticipate the craziness that will ensue? Maybe Sloan’s right and I am ridiculous.
I like to think I’m an optimist. Either way, it takes a group effort to figure out the mess we find ourselves in and what to do about it. The good news is, we may be able to reclaim our lives. The bad news? We may alter the course of the future in the process.Read Now
Once you eliminate your biggest enemy, your life should settle down, right?
Jacobs is gone, and part-elf Aella and her mythical friends are taking a breather. But should Aella really relax? The current balance of power favors humans, and some of the elves are willing to do whatever it takes to make sure the mythicals came out on top.
They go after Aella, but do they want her dead or only out of the way?
Aella has to stand for justice once more, but will her new allies help or hinder her?
The first dragon rider in over a hundred years has been born. And it’s a girl. Never before has a female been chosen to ride a dragon.
The Elite, a guild comprised exclusively of dragon riders, is dead according to most. No one has seen a rider in decades. The problems they used to fight overwhelm the world. Dragons are thought to be near extinction. However, the Elite aren’t dead…
It’s just that a bunch of crusty, old men who do nothing that benefits the world at large are easy to mistake as useless corpses. Sophia Beaufont is about to change all of that.Read Now
Paris has almost everything she wants: her parents, her friends and Happily Ever After College. But her fairytale is about to be interrupted.
A new evil has its eye on the fairy godmother college. For a long time, another group of fairies have lived in the shadows of the godmothers. And they won’t stop until they destroy the place they loathe. When Paris learns these forces want to take down her college, she springs into action.
However, these new villains don’t fight fair. They are known for being just as rebellious as Paris Beaufont. But unlike her, they don’t care about justice. Tooth fairies care about very little. And they are out for more than just teeth. They are out to destroy fairy godmothers. Can Paris stop them before it’s too late?
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