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Mistress Of Winter

Author: Giles Carwyn
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061856835
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Years ago, Brophy, the Heir of Autumn, sacrificed himself to save Ohndarien from the insidious Black Emmeria. Ever since, his beloved Shara has spent her life trying to free Brophy from the ensorcelled dreams that keep the ancient terror at bay. But her struggle is all for naught, until the mysterious Arefaine Morgeon returns with the key to releasing the trapped hero. Yet, once woken, Brophy has been twisted into a vicious monster after years of tormented dreams. Heartbroken and betrayed, Shara buries her broken heart in a single-minded quest for pleasure and prestige in the Summer Isles, until she is forced into a deadly clash with a sadistic mage whose power comes from pain and humiliation. In the struggle that follows, both Shara and Brophy will be tested to the limits as they fight to save Ohndarien.

Queen Of Oblivion

Author: Giles Carwyn
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061980110
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Journey beyond Ohndarien to the fallen city of Efften in the stunning conclusion to the epic Heartstone Trilogy A fallen hero defies his destiny . . . A scarred sorceress fights for love . . . A vindictive lover clings to hope . . . And a father of lies calls his family home . . . "You must teach a lost child how to love." With his dying words, the Opal Emperor leaves Brophy, the Heir of Autumn, with an impossible choice: betray his heart by seducing the enchantress Arefaine Morgeon, or watch her ruthless ambitions destroy the world. As Brophy fights to stop Arefaine from unleashing the ancient menace trapped within the silver towers of Efften, the sorceress-concubine Shara returns to her beloved city of Ohndarien to find its people enslaved by the same sinister voice leading Arefaine to her doom. Shara and Brophy rush to bring the truth to Arefaine before the horrors of Efften are reborn, but the darkness within their own hearts may prove the greatest threat . . .

The Wishing World

Author: Todd Fahnestock
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0765385880
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"Whimsical and imaginative, with just the right mix of humor, heart, and adventure. The Wishing World is everything you could wish for in a story--and so much more!"--Shannon Messenger, author of Keeper of the Lost Cities In the Wishing World, dreams are real. You can transform into your own hero, find wild and whimsical friends, and wield power as great as your imagination. But Lorelei doesn't know about any of that. All she knows is that a monster took her family. It happened during a camping trip one year ago. Hiding inside the tent, she saw shadows, tentacles and a strange creature. By the time she got up the courage to crawl outside, the monster--and Lorelei's mom, dad, and brother--were gone. Lorelei is determined to find her family. When she accidentally breaks into the Wishing World, she discovers a way. It's a land more wonderful than she could have imagined, a land of talking griffons, water princesses, and cities made of sand, where Lorelei is a Doolivanti--a wish-maker--who can write her dreams into existence. There's only one problem: the monster is a Doolivanti, too. What he wishes also comes true, and he's determined to shove Lorelei out, keep her family, and make the whole Wishing World his. To save them, Lorelei must find the courage to face him, or her next wish may be her last. Award-winning author Todd Fahnestock makes his middle grade debut in this charming and whimsical adventure!

Queen Of Oblivion

Author: Giles Carwyn
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061980110
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Journey beyond Ohndarien to the fallen city of Efften in the stunning conclusion to the epic Heartstone Trilogy A fallen hero defies his destiny . . . A scarred sorceress fights for love . . . A vindictive lover clings to hope . . . And a father of lies calls his family home . . . "You must teach a lost child how to love." With his dying words, the Opal Emperor leaves Brophy, the Heir of Autumn, with an impossible choice: betray his heart by seducing the enchantress Arefaine Morgeon, or watch her ruthless ambitions destroy the world. As Brophy fights to stop Arefaine from unleashing the ancient menace trapped within the silver towers of Efften, the sorceress-concubine Shara returns to her beloved city of Ohndarien to find its people enslaved by the same sinister voice leading Arefaine to her doom. Shara and Brophy rush to bring the truth to Arefaine before the horrors of Efften are reborn, but the darkness within their own hearts may prove the greatest threat . . .

The Godspill

Author: Todd Fahnestock
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ISBN: 9781941528716
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A quest to save friends. The rise of a malevolent god. The shocking price of magic. Mirolah achieved the impossible: she returned the magical GodSpill to Amarion. But an unpaid debt has come due. The GodSpill wants to pull her soul from her body and absorb it. As she fights the insidious call, she and Wildmane plunge into a quest to save her lost mentor.Back in Teni'sia, the philandering swordsman Mershayn works to keep the new king alive in an unstable court. Tripping over his own character flaws, he struggles to match wits with power-hungry lords. If he cannot stop them, the new king's reign--and his life--will be cut short.Rising in the north, the dragon god has turned his smoldering gaze on Amarion. If Mirolah, Wildmane, and Mershayn cannot overcome their personal challenges to stop the bloodthirsty god, he will bathe the human lands in fire.The GodSpill is the second book in the Threadweavers epic fantasy trilogy. If you like epic fantasy, detailed world-building, and strong female protagonists, you'll love Todd Fahnestock's Threadweavers. Buy The GodSpill today to continue the adventure!

Wildmane

Author: Todd Fahnestock
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ISBN: 9781941528624
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In Search of the GodSpill, Mirolah wants a quiet life, but the villagers in her small town will kill her if they discover the truth. She is a magical threadweaver, the first to surface in three hundred years. Once, there were many threadweavers, but, in their hubris they pulled the GodSpill from the lands, utterly destroying themselves and bringing devastation to humankind. Now, long bereft of the life-giving GodSpill, the human lands of Amarion are dry and brittle. Humans are devolving, their culture crumbling. Even humankind's legendary protector, the demigod Wildmane, has lost his will to live. But now the GodSpill is trickling back, bringing an evil that has not been seen in generations, and insidious forces seize the opportunity to enslave humans before the GodSpill-and threadweavers-can fully return. When Mirolah's adopted sister is slain by a monster sent for Mirolah, she is unwillingly pulled into a quest to bring Wildmane out of his self-imposed exile and restore GodSpill to the lands. The spirits of evil threadweavers rise to stop her, determined to kill her and cage Wildmane. To beat them, she must learn more about herself and threadweaving than she thought possible, more than even the greatest threadweavers of a forgotten age. And she must do it quickly...

Heir Of Autumn

Author: Giles Carwyn
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0061854166
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Children of the Seasons rule the city-state of Ohndarien, a bastion of freedom and justice in a brutal world. But their brightest star, Brophy, the Heir of Autumn, has been falsely accused of murder, and the utopia falls to treachery and deceit. Exiled to an enemy kingdom, Brophy's only hope for survival lies in the deadly gladiatorial game of Nine Squares—and in the uncertain favors of a beautiful queen. And Ohndarien's struggle for peace and liberty falls under deeper shadow when evil powers, lost for centuries, wake in the wilderness, and an ancient terror walks the world again.

A Girl In Winter

Author: Philip Larkin
Publisher: The Overlook Press
ISBN: 1590209524
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“A Girl in Winter is a beautifully constructed, funny and profoundly sad book.” –Andrew Motion Philip Larkin's second novel was first published in 1947. This story of Katherine Lind and Robin Fennel, of winter and summer, of war and peace, of exile and holidays, is memorable for its compassionate precision and for the uncommon and unmistakable distinction of its writing.

Annabel

Author: Kathleen Winter
Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN: 080219592X
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An “absorbing . . . beautifully written” debut about the trials of growing up unique in a restrictive environment (The New York Times Book Review). In 1968, in a remote part of Canada, a child is born—a baby who appears to be neither fully boy nor girl, but both at once. Only three people share the secret: the baby’s parents and a trusted neighbor. Together, the adults make the difficult choice of deciding the gender for themselves, and raise the child as a boy named Wayne. But as Wayne grows up, his shadow-self, a girl he thinks of as “Annabel,” is never entirely extinguished, and indeed is secretly nurtured by the women in his life. As Wayne approaches adulthood, and its emotional and physical demands, the woman inside him begins to cry out. The changes that follow are momentous not just for him, but for the three adults who have guarded his secret. Shortlisted for the Orange Prize in Fiction, this “enchanting” literary gem explores the courage to unveil one’s true self in a culture that shuns contradiction (The New Yorker).