Steelhands (Havemercy, Book 4) by Jaida Jones, Danielle Bennett

By Jaida Jones, Danielle Bennett

With Havemercy, Shadow Magic, and Dragon Soul, the acclaimed writing crew of Jaida Jones and Danielle Bennett has fused magic and know-how into anything which may in simple terms be termed “magicpunk.” Their precise variety, that includes a refrain of quirky first-person narrators and brilliantly subtle world-building, has gained those younger writers the plaudits of fanatics and critics.

In the Volstov capital of Thremedon, Owen Adamo, the hard-as-nails ex–Chief Sergeant of the Dragon Corps, learns that Volstov’s ruler, the Esar, has been secretly pursuing the potential of resurrecting magically powered sentient robotic dragons—even on the threat of igniting one other battle. That Adamo won't let. although he isn't with no friends—Royston, a robust magician, and Balfour, a former corpsman—there is simply lots Adamo and his allies can do. Adamo has been positioned out to pasture, given a professorship on the college. Royston, already exiled as soon as, dares no longer hazard the Esar’s wrath a moment time. And Balfour, who misplaced either fingers within the climactic conflict of the warfare, is now a diplomat who spends so much of his time attempting to grasp his new hands—metal replacements that function at the similar magical rules because the dragons and feature earned him an collection of nicknames of which “Steelhands” is the least offensive.

But occasionally support comes the place you least count on it. as a result, from first-year college scholars freshly arrived in Thremedon from the rustic: Laurence, a feisty younger girl whose father raised her to be the son he by no means had, and Toverre, her fiancé, a super if neurotic dandy who might percentage his wife-to-be’s outfits than her mattress. while a mysterious sickness moves the first-year scholars, Laurence takes her suspicions to Adamo—and unwittingly units in movement occasions that might swap Volstov without end.

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Bloodhound (The Legend of Beka Cooper, Book 2) by Tamora Pierce

By Tamora Pierce

Beka Cooper is ultimately a Dog—a full-fledged member of the Provost’s defend, devoted to holding peace in Corus’s streets. yet there’s unrest in Tortall’s capital. Counterfeit cash are turning up in retailers everywhere in the urban, and retailers are elevating costs to hide their losses. The canines detect that gamblers are bringing the counterfeit cash from Port Caynn. In Port Caynn, Beka delves deep into the playing global, the place she meets a captivating banking clerk named Dale Rowan. Beka thinks she will be falling for Rowan, yet she won’t permit anything—or anyone—jeopardize her undertaking. As she heads north to an deserted silver mine, it won’t be adequate for Beka be her ordinary “terrier” self. She’ll need to research from Achoo to smell out the criminals—to be a Bloodhound. . . .

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Dark North (Malory's Knights of Albion, Book 3) by Paul Finch

By Paul Finch

While King Arthur faces a problem for his crown from the reinvigorated Roman Empire, he needs to name his supporters from each nook of the British Isles. this sort of, Sir Lucan – the Black Wolf of the North – has extra cause than so much to affix the arrival crusade. Lucan's attractive spouse, Trelawna, hoping to steer a brand new, greater lifestyles in Italy, absconded with a tender Roman officer.

Lucan, already a fierce warrior yet now with tainted blood because of his conflict with the Penharrow computer virus, hence turns the venture right into a sour own vendetta. His former squire, Alaric, quickly involves worry for his overlord's soul, yet is extra afraid nonetheless for the protection of woman Trelawna, whom he regularly enjoyed from a distance. in the meantime, the Roman kin Trelawna has fallen in with are the influential Malconi extended family, and their matriarchal head is the sorceress Zenobia. She sees it as her motherly accountability to prevent Lucan with any demonic strength she will be able to summon...

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The Silver Sun (Book of Isle, Book 2) by Nancy Springer

By Nancy Springer

Within the nation of Isle, the place the solar Kings reign with the facility of the ebook of the Suns, Hal and Alan are given a venture. they need to use the traditional power of knowledge to break the evil that plagues the dominion. the 2 blood brothers enterprise in the course of the land battling the various kinds that this evil takes to allow them to arrive at their destiny. 

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Hunted (The Iron Druid Chronicles, Book 6) by Kevin Hearne

By Kevin Hearne

“It could be attainable that Hearne and Atticus are the logical inheritor to Butcher and Dresden.”―SFFWorld
 
For a two-thousand-year-old Druid, Atticus O’Sullivan is a beautiful speedy runner. great point, simply because he’s being chased through no longer one yet goddesses of the hunt—Artemis and Diana—for messing with certainly one of their very own. Dodging their slings and arrows, Atticus, Granuaile, and his wolfhound Oberon are creating a mad sprint throughout modern day Europe to hunt support from a chum of the Tuatha Dé Danann. His ordinary magical choice of moving planes is blocked, so rather than enjoying hide-and-seek, the sport plan is . . . run like hell.
 
Crashing the pantheon marathon is the Norse god Loki. Killing Atticus is the one free finish he must tie up earlier than unleashing Ragnarok—AKA the Apocalypse. Atticus and Granuaile need to outfox the Olympians and comprise the god of mischief in the event that they are looking to cross on living—and nonetheless have a global to reside in.
 
Don’t omit Kevin Hearne’s novella “Two Ravens and One Crow” at the back of the book.

“An intriguing mixture of comedy, motion, and mythology . . . [Atticus] is among the top major characters at present found in the city delusion genre.”—Fantasy ebook Critic, on Tricked
 
“Superb . . . eminently readable . . . lots of quips and zap-pow-bang fighting.”—Publishers Weekly (starred review), on Hounded

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Scripted Fantasy in the Classroom by Eric Hall;Alison Leech

By Eric Hall;Alison Leech

Many academics have attempted basic leisure innovations of their study rooms and been stunned through their good fortune. This step-by-step advisor to the means of scripted fable exhibits how the forces of the mind's eye should be harnessed to enhance the social abilities and lecture room functionality of scholars of every age and all talents. It offers pattern scripts to get the trainer begun, and offers suggestion on school room administration and on processing the myth adventure with out compromising scholars' privateness.

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Heroes Die (The Acts of Caine, Book 1) by Matthew Woodring Stover

By Matthew Woodring Stover

EISBN-13: 978-0-345-51640-4

Renowned in the course of the land of Ankhana because the Blade of Tyshalle, Caine has killed his proportion of monarchs and commoners, villains and heroes. he's relentless, unstoppable, easily the simplest there's at what he does.

At domestic on the earth, Caine is Hari Michaelson, a celebrity whose adventures in Ankhana command an viewers of billions. but he's shackled through a inflexible caste society, sure to forget about the bleak indisputable fact that he kills males on a distant global for the leisure of his personal planet--and sure to retain his rage in check.

But now Michaelson has crossed the road. His estranged spouse, Pallas Rill, has mysteriously disappeared within the slums of Ankhana. to avoid wasting her, he needs to confront the best problem of his lifestyles: a deadly video game of cat and mouse with the main treacherous rulers of 2 worlds...

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Lord of the Trees (Wold Newton: Secrets of the Nine, Book 2) by Philip José Farmer

By Philip José Farmer

"Having lived lengthy sufficient with the fascinating fairy story created by way of my biographer, i believe the time has come for the reality to be identified. I suggest to inform all; of the origins of The 9, the elixir that provides us approximately everlasting formative years and superhuman energy, the struggles among us that set the area atremble."

The follow-up to Jose Farmer's surprising and arguable A ceremonial dinner Unknown.

A brand-new variation of the vintage novel.

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To Ride Hell's Chasm by Janny Wurts

By Janny Wurts

An epic myth standalone novel from the writer of the beautiful Wars of sunshine and Shadow sequence. whilst Princess Anja fails to seem at her betrothal dinner party, the tiny, peaceable nation of Sessalie is plunged into intrigue.

while Princess Anja fails to seem at her betrothal dinner party, the tiny, peaceable country of Sessalie is plunged into intrigue. warriors are charged with convalescing the distraught king's loved daughter. Taskin, Commander of the Royal defend, whose icy competence and bold life-term because the Crown's right-hand guy command the kingdom's deep-seated appreciate; and Mykkael, the rough-hewn newcomer who has gained the submit of Captain of the Garrison – a scarred veteran with a dangerous list of box battle, whose 'interesting' heritage and international breeding are held in contempt through courtroom society.As the princess's path vanishes open air the citadel's gates, nervousness and rigidity amplify. Mykkael's investigations lead him to a thorough cause of the secret, yet he unearths himself less than suspicion from the court docket factions. Will Commander Taskin's recognized fair-mindedness be adequate to solve the reality in the back of the garrison captain's dramatic concept: that the inventive, high-spirited princess used to be no longer taken via strength, yet fled the palace to flee a demonic evil?

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