| Windsworn: Gryphon Riders Book One (Gryphon Riders Trilogy 1) |
by Derek Alan Siddoway
$0.00, 225 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (29 reviews), #1 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
An unlikely young hero. An incredible destiny.
Eva has never swung a sword. She’s never flown through the open sky on a gryphon or dreamed of being a hero. She’s content with a quiet life — two feet firmly on the ground, working in her foster-father’s forge. But that’s all about to change.
When Eva discovers a young thief hiding in her woodshed with a stolen gryphon egg, the shy, timid girl is forced to leave everything she’s ever known to become Windsworn — elite warriors who ride fierce gryphons into battle. As she struggles to learn the ways of the Windsworn, Eva finds herself caught in a plot to destroy the gryphon riders and plunge the kingdom into war, a plot that somehow involves her deceased parents.
In the face of growing danger, can Eva conquer her fears and unravel the secrets of her past in time to save the Windsworn?
Fans of Eragon, Harry Potter and the Dragonriders of Pern will love this fast-paced coming of age fantasy, set in a world of majestic gryphons and ancient magic.
| A Throne of Bones (Arts of Dark and Light Book 1) |
by Vox Day
$0.00, 924 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (285 reviews), #3 in > Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > War
In Selenoth, the race of Man is on the ascendant. The ancient dragons sleep. The ghastly Witchkings are no more; their evil power destroyed by the courage of Men and the fearsome magic of the Elves. The Dwarves have retreated to the kingdoms of the Underdeep, the trolls hide in their mountains, and even the savage orc tribes have learned to dread the iron discipline of Amorr's mighty legions. But after four hundred years of mutual suspicion, the rivalry between two of the Houses Martial that rule the Amorran Senate threatens to turn violent, and unrest sparks rebellion throughout the imperial provinces. In the north, the barbarian reavers who have long plagued the coasts of the White Sea unexpectedly plead for the royal protection of the King of Savondir, as they flee a vicious race of wolf-demons who have invaded their islands. And in the distant east, the war drums echo throughout the mountains as orcs and goblins gather in vast numbers, summoned by their bestial gods.
Epic fantasy at its deepest and most gripping, A THRONE OF BONES is Book I in the ARTS OF DARK AND LIGHT. DRM-free.
| Talismans (The Wise Ones Book 1) |
by Lisa Lowell
$0.00, 264 pages, 4.7 out of 5.0 (15 reviews), #1 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Action & Adventure
A must-read for fantasy lovers. - Book Addict Review
Amnesia plagues Owailion, the Awakened One. After a chance meeting with the gargantuan dragon Mohan, Owailion becomes his apprentice.
As the dragons prepare to hibernate for a thousand years, Owailion is tasked to protect the land from all invaders. He will be alone; the only human sealed off from the rest of the world.
But when Owailion is tasked with finding the thousand-year old runestones that have been stolen, he discovers that even limitless powers have their limits. He can conjure anything, speak with minds across vast distances and move instantly anywhere he can imagine... but he is unable to control his own fate.
Praise for TALISMANS:
"I look forward to continuing on the journey of the Wise Ones." - Lori McKinley
"Exciting read, believable characters, unexpected twists & an ending you won't anticipate." - Carole Sterner
| Bloodlines: Tamara Jenkins, Sorcerer Book One |
by John R Moore
$0.00, 159 pages, 5.0 out of 5.0 (7 reviews), #55 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Tamara Jenkins, an undergrad student, working on her PhD. in Archeology joins a dig in northern Montana. Searching for Native American artifacts for her thesis. After submitting her thesis and receiving her doctorate, she stumbles upon a greater find that leads her down a mysterious path.
At the back of a cave, she sees what resembles a door with curious symbols on it. When she touches it, she feels raw power surging through her body. The dial looks like it could be a lock. When curiosity gets the better of her, she turns the lock and when it clicks into place, the door opens to reveal a world that should not exist.
A skeptic turned believer, she now leads the fight for every practitioner of the Arcane Arts and become the Champion of Truth. Defending all against the rising tide of Darkness led by Clyde Barnwell, The Black Magus.
| Shadow Blessed (The Shadow Accords Book 1) |
by D.K. Holmberg
$0.00, 277 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (76 reviews), #9 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
The A'ras of Nyaesh have a terrifying reputation: skilled swordsmen, owners of powerful magic, and ruthless killers. When they kill her parents, Carth discovers her parents had trained her for magic she never knew she possessed.
She must use the skills they taught to stay alive, discover a way to find answers, and avenge them if she can. Only the discovery of a greater threat than the A'ras forces her to risk herself for new friends and a home she never wanted.
| Winter's Fury (The Furyck Saga: Book One) |
by A.E. Rayne
$0.00, 738 pages, 4.3 out of 5.0 (27 reviews), #11 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Sword & Sorcery
IN A WORLD RULED BY MEN, ONE WOMAN WILL RISE
She was their greatest warrior, the daughter of the king, but her uncle stole the throne and sent her away to marry the drunken son of their worst enemy. Now she must pick up her sword to restore her family’s honour and return to the home she loves.
Despite her reputation as a warrior in Brekka, without her father to protect her, Jael Furyck was merely a pawn, a woman to be married off so that her uncle could forge an alliance to fulfil his own desperate ambitions.
Eadmund Skalleson has been lost, tortured by the death of his first wife, but his father has lost patience with him. He needs heirs for his kingdom. He wants his son restored to the fierce warrior he once was. And when his young daughter has a dream about Jael, the woman who will save him, he makes an alliance that he may live to regret.
Jael and Eadmund will fight against their forced union, but the dreamers know that this marriage is meant to be. It must happen for the sake of Osterland. For without them, without Jael and her mysterious sword, without Eadmund by her side, none of the kingdoms will survive the darkness that is coming to claim them all.
Also in this series:
The Burning Sea (The Furyck Saga: Book Two)
Note: This book contains adult themes and mature content
| Jaika (Children of Regar Book 1) |
by Alex Rae
$0.00, 256 pages, 4.8 out of 5.0 (5 reviews), #37 in > Teen & Young Adult > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Science Fiction > Aliens
Swords, magic, kings and off-world adventures. A child of royal birth, Jaika is sent to Earth to hide from the powers who would destroy her. Ten years later, as a young woman, she is forced to return to her homeworld of Regar where she must learn to fight for her people — the fair-skinned Palons, the blue-winged Tal and the golden Benji. She will face black, clawed birds as big as a man and would-be king who holds the power of the SolStone.
| Shadows of Men (The Watchers Book 1) |
by M. Lee Holmes
$0.00, 472 pages, 4.4 out of 5.0 (9 reviews), #99 in > Literature & Fiction > Horror > Dark Fantasy
When Rhada, High Protector of Kaena, is commanded by the King to travel north to investigate a suspicious disturbance, she is less than thrilled to spend over a month on the road. As her companion, she chooses Captain Mayvard Stoneward, the only person who can bear her company. The two of them set off on a journey that will forever change their lives- a journey where Rhada’s past seems to follow her everywhere she goes- a past that the people of the realm have not so easily forgotten.
Meanwhile, Lord Ivran Cassius has plans to overthrow the throne, and at his side is the entire realm, eager to rid themselves of the man who calls himself King. Rhada’s absence leaves King Firion vulnerable, and Lord Ivran only needs to find the right moment to strike.
But none of them are expecting the darkness that has gathered in the north- an ancient sorcerer, seemingly returned from the dead. He is a man who can raise the dead from their graves and control the minds of his prey- a man desperately seeking vengeance.
The realm of Kaena will have to come together to fight this new evil, and only one person can save them all.
| Truthbearer: The Journeys of Connor Clark (The Gewellyn Chronicles Book 1) |
by Hans Erdman
$0.00, 280 pages, 4.6 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #1 in > Literature & Fiction > Religious & Inspirational Fiction > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Forced to witness the execution of his wife for refusing to renounce her faith, Connor Clark escapes his captors and seeks refuge in the forest. There, he encounters the wizard Padraigh, who leads him into the Juncture of the Nine Worlds.
Given a quest to bear the truth about the rise of the Dark Magic in the Nine Worlds, Connor is accompanied by two elves from the Aerielands: the beautiful ranger Iolena, and the impetuous bounty hunter Menta Kai.
But separating friend from foe and truth from lie is not easy, and soon Connor has to make choices that will determine the fate of the Realm of Gewellyn... the world where magic has died.
| Tail of the Dragon Special Edition #1 Book Bundle (Books 1 - 5): Dragon Fantasy Series |
by Craig Halloran
$0.00, 810 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (20 reviews), #20 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic > Coming of Age
All new adventures from the Bestselling Chronicles of Dragon comes to life in this incredible 5 Book set. Over 200,000 words! Ton’s of Action! Loads of Dragons!
Tail of the Dragon
The search begins …Nath Dragon triumphed over his greatest foe, Gorn Grattack, bringing peace and order back to the world of Nalzambor … mostly. Now, bored of ruling from the Dragon throne, Nath and his dwarven comrade Brenwar Bolderguild, set out to solve one of the greatest mysteries of all. Who and where is Nath’s mother? Does she even exist? Is she imprisoned? Still yet, evil is far from vanquished. It lurks in the caves, the mountains, the shadows and in deep in the hearts of all the races. It’s not long before it takes on a new powerful manifestation, a breed of dragons the likes never seen before.
Claws of the Dragon
A new threat rises ...Finding themselves neck deep in a battle with the wurmers, Nath and Company seek the vanquish Nalzambor's greatest threat ... the Titans. Eckubahn, the Titan will stop at nothing to destroy the dragons and take over mankind. With the aid of the faerie Empress Lotuus, they rally the dragon hating giants. In the meantime, Nath, Selene, Brenwar, Bayzog and Ben, have their hands full battling one hive of warmers after the others. The new menace is spreading too fast and dragon casualties are stacking up. Nath struggles with limitations and new temptations put his loyalties to the test. Can he and Fang overcome the overwhelming hordes? Will his comrades survive? One thing's for sure. It's a battle to the end for all Nalzambor-Kind.
Battle of the Dragon
A new future unfolds ...After a harrowing escape from Urslay, the city of giants, Nath, Brenwar, and Selene find themselves in the sanctuary of the Elven Field of Dreams. The solitude and peace in the lush land offers refreshing waters but that does not last long. The wilder elves, guardians of the sanctuary, take Nath and company prisoner as he stands accused of murder. Bewildered by the accusation, Nath searches for the truth only to have Fang stolen while he lays abandoned in an inescapable prison. Nath will need some new allies to come forward as he fights for freedom and to find the truth. Meanwhile, the titans continue to rally more evil forces as they strengthen their grip on Nalzambor and turn loose giant soldiers called The Nuurg that ride the monstrous Wrathhorns. It will be another ultimate Battle for Nath Dragon and his friends.
Eyes of the Dragon
More enemies rise ...The ruthless titans begin to put the squeeze on the people of Nalzambor in their search for Nath Dragon and his father Balzurth. Eckubahn, the titan king and ruler of the giants will stop at nothing to destroy the both of them. In his stead Eckubahn employs Rybeck, a cunning warrior with a deep grudge against Nath Dragon. The vengeful fighter takes his quest to heart. Reunited, Nath and his father, Balzurth, become closer. But Balzurth has his struggles too as he ventures too close to the world of men and battles his own impulsive urges to take the titans down. Nath struggles to keep his all-powerful father under control before it's too late.
Flight of the Dragon
Evil closes in ...Nath Dragon's father, Balzurth, has disappeared and delivered himself into the hands the titan leader, Eckubahn. It's up to Nath Dragon and his comrades to save his father before the entire world of Nalzambor is turned upside down. In the meantime, the elves and dwarves are still hunting Nath Dragon. They want to bring him to justice for the murders of their leaders. What will Nath do when there is nowhere to run and he must face his fate.
| Fire and Gold (Sisters of the North Book 1) |
by Mara Amberly
$0.00, 311 pages, 4.1 out of 5.0 (6 reviews), #19 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Metaphysical & Visionary
The elemental sorceresses of the Sisters of Destiny have long protected the city of Kalle, peaceably tending to the faithful and reading the runes. Yet even their powers can be clouded or misled. When the Temple of Solitude is attacked in their absence, sisters Alexa and Cassia are thrust into events beyond their experience and training, as they attempt to rescue their fellow priestesses and reach safety in the city of Kelbani.
Cassia, a spirited fire priestess and Alexa, her calmer, less impetuous sister, soon discover the road is treacherous and dangers lurk in every shadow. Fighting against fear and suspicion, and their faith wavering, the priestesses find help from an unlikely ally, as in the distance a shadow of dark magic grows.
| Voyages of the Tessa Rose (The Mai'logan Chronicles Book 1) |
by Belle Peters
$0.00, 166 pages, 4.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #94 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > New Adult & College
The most dangerous, feared, and terror-inspiring pirate crew in all of Mai'loga is that of the Tessa Rose. They raid castles of the richest kings and queens, they win duels against expert swordsmen from around the world, and they are led by an 18-year-old girl.
Diana Falcon began her pirate training at the age of seven, and took up leadership aboard the Tessa Rose just after turning twelve. Many higher powers are at work in the world of Mai'loga, but little does Captain Falcon know that most of them are hyper-focused on getting Diana and her second in command, Joshua Carter, onto their side. The duo will face challenges along the way, and both will discover that there's a lot more to their world than they originally thought.
| Fight For The Soul Song (Heart's Abilities Book 1) |
by Billy Stinson-Stringer
$0.00, 384 pages, 4.0 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #2 in > Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender eBooks > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy
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Magic suggests mediocre tricks done at a kid’s birthday party, slide of hand, or at best, showmen doing illusions on stage. The ancient arcane word majic, spelled with a J, is a very real tangible power.
Bartholomew J. Heart, had it all, a good job, plenty of money, and a very hot boyfriend. He soon discovers that majic is a very real thing and the power that majic bestows, has a price. Barty, finds himself thrust into a world where majic is a talent that is inherent in only a few and that he is to be leader to a small group of these Majickers.
He finds himself paired for life with a familiar, who is a small Sprite, and that together they will be a force to be reckoned with. Their pairing and power will be tested in the ultimate fight against a being of pure evil. An evil that craves to control all the souls of every world and dimension.
In their battles against the forces of this malevolent creature, Barty’s fiancée, Richard and mentor, Samuel are kidnapped and he and his team of Majickers must race to save their lives. He must find a way to keep the evil from breaking into the Well of Souls, a place outside of space and time, where souls go to commune.
Through betrayal, loss, and death they must struggle to fight and face the one being who can infect the souls of all creatures of good heart with his vile evil. Barty finds himself about to lose the man he loves and all he holds dear. It is up to him and his friends to save these souls and to keep its song from being infected.
So, ensues a war between majical creatures, people, and beast as they battle and fight for the Soul Song.
| Dragon Keepers II - Demise of Dragons' Gate |
by Bruce Goldwell, Ruth Thompson
$0.00, 198 pages, 3.4 out of 5.0 (4 reviews), #110 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Book Two of the Dragon Keepers series
Merlin and Dracon find a place of refuge on a small ledge on a mountain along the ocean edge while the dragon keepers settled not too far away along the shores just to the south of Merlin.
Keltos, Merlin's anamchara, comes to visit Merlin and show him the way into the Draconic Tome. Passing through Dragon's Gate, Merlin travels to the world of dragons and meets the dragon lord.
Merlin also meets someone on the world of dragons that steals his heart away though at first he doesn't recognize it.
A celestial fete is about to take place and Merlin will take part in the big race that involves dragons, mermaids and mermen, fairies and unicorns.
When Merlin returns to his own world, he is faced with one of the biggest challenges of his life and a choice will have to be made that involves saving the earth.
| Sir Drake the Resolute: Revealing the Truth (The Adventures of Sir Drake) |
by Lisa A. Robinson
$0.00, 22 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #199 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Anthologies & Short Stories
Part 2 of "The Adventures of Sir Drake"
The renowned Dragonologist Sir Drake and his sidekick, Prince Peter the man-sized chicken, embark on a new adventure when a mysterious woman enlists their aid. Her town has been besieged by a dragon. Every month the townspeople must sacrifice one of their young women to the dragon. Sir Drake finds this behavior unusual as dragons don't eat humans. He must save the town and the young girl destined to be the dragons dinner, and get the bottom of the mystery.
| The Warlord's Crown (Volgna Book 1) |
by Reid Vicars
$0.00, 294 pages, 3.5 out of 5.0 (2 reviews), #169 in > Literature & Fiction > Action & Adventure > Fantasy
Mugen Genshi was born as an Evitan, a human who’s inner glow meant he has a great destiny in front of him. He had spent the first decade of his adult life ignoring this destiny, instead choosing to test his fighting prowess against any monster he could find, the more dangerous the better. When the peaceful village he was raised in is attacked by Devils and his adoptive father is killed, Mugen finds the responsibility of leadership suddenly thrust upon his unwilling shoulders. On one last adventure before settling down, he gains the help of a surly halfling pirate, a scatterbrained old healer, a drunken kung-fu minotaur, a scientifically-minded knight, and a bizarre magical spirit to obtain the one item which would prove his abilities beyond any doubt: The crown of the evil warlord Hexzik.
THE WARLORD'S CROWN is the first book of four in VOLGNA, an action-packed epic fantasy series about the kind of heroics necessary to save the world. Drawing inspiration from heavy metal music imagery lends a unique style to the scenery and creates an exciting experience for those looking for a different kind of fantasy and for metal fans who have never read a book like this before. The story is complex and intertwining in a way that only a fully-developed fantasy world can provide, and thus THE WARLORD'S CROWN sets the stage for the next book in the series, THE ENDLESS BATTLEFIELD (coming soon).
| Metzra: A Hybrid World (World of Metzra, Book 1) |
by Magnus Phoenix
$0.00, 50 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #2 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Literature & Fiction
Your mother was murdered.
You abandoned and searched everyone you knew to no avail.
You succumb to black and angry despair.
You resort to a mysterious sage.
He leads you to a hybrid world called Metzra.
It is a gruesome, terrifying, yet captivating world.
What will happen to you?
| The Barnacle Chronicles: The Search for Dark Matter |
by L.V. Pires
$0.00, 212 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #3 in > Children's eBooks > Science Fiction, Fantasy & Scary Stories > Fantasy & Magic > Coming of Age
Simon Barnacle is falling apart. Literally.
As his body slowly turns to ash and the world around him crumbles, Simon discovers his worst fears in the form of the Dark Lord Balterax who has escaped from an underground prison, deep within the core of the Marshlands.
Only Simon holds the key to destroying Balterax, but with his body slowly disintegrating and his mind turning towards the dark with each passing minute, will he have the strength to retrieve dark matter and save his world?
| The Bastard's Refuge: Blood of Wrodor - Book One |
by Brian O'Rourke
$0.00, 396 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #3 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Epic
Galeran has lived his entire life in the Abbey of Bronze, where all bastards of the nobility are sent to ensure their safety. Since birth, Galeran has trained to become a member of the Order of Bronze, monks who serve the Gods and ensure there is equity throughout Wrodor. Their skills with the blade are matched only by their devotion and self-sacrifice. But on the eve of his 18th birthday, Galeran faces the biggest decision of his life: enter the Rise or flee the Abbey and lead a life on the run from assassins, in order to marry the woman he loves.
But before he can choose, the peace of his island nation is shattered by the invading Pathuli army of the Ra-Haizur. When the Abbey of Bronze is attacked by the Ra-Haizur’s most elite soldiers, Galeran finds himself the protector of the surviving children. He must lead them through a war-torn country to the questionable safety of the Kirc Woodland, where a long-forgotten fortress lies abandoned. There, he and his band of refugees might just be able to make a stand against the Ra-Haizur's forces. But they'll need to survive the journey first, amidst bandits, marauding soldiers, and the monsters sent by the Pathuli wizard, Urisizen, the man who led the surprise attack against the Abbey and who now seeks to murder all the children.
The Bastard’s Refuge is the first in a new heroic fantasy series by author Brian O’Rourke. Join Galeran and his friends on their incredible, life-changing journey. Fans of heroic fantasy, sword and sorcery, and epic fantasy will love this series. If you enjoy books by David Gemmell, Jeff Wheeler, Kel Kade, Bernard Cornwell, and Alec Hutson, you will love this series.
| The Tainted One |
by M. H. Styne, A. R. Styne
$0.00, 56 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #53 in > Short Reads > 90 minutes (44-64 pages) > Science Fiction & Fantasy
Unknown to eight-year-old Talia, the daughter of a powerful and secretive elven nobleman, plans are being made that will shape the future, and her role in it. Her father, Aspen Kantamachi, has begun training her in the magical arts—a rarity for someone so young. Though excelling at, and even enjoying, the difficult training, her primary purpose has become, above all else, to please her father. It is not love or a desire to impress that drives this need, but rather a depraved and unspeakable act she witnessed in secret. Her world is changing as her eyes begin to see behind the veil where her father and The Tainted One wait to commence the dawning of their dark world.
| The Windhaven Chronicles: (I-III): The Devil's Library, The Shepherd Girl's Necklace, and The Archbishop's Amulet |
by Watson Davis
$0.00, 1134 pages, 0.0 out of 5.0 (0 Customer Reviews), #106 in > Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Coming of Age
This book combines the first three novels of The Windhaven Chronicles.
The Devil's Library, in which Gartan, his son, and his clan conduct the greatest raid in Onei history to steal the greatest treasure in the world from The Eternal Council.
The Shepherd Girl's Necklace, in which a strange young lady follows her heart only to find herself caught in a web of lies and deceit, of death and sacrifice.
The Archbishop's Amulet, in which a slave challenges an empire.