Kai is a Moonburner—a female sorceress reviled by her people and normally killed at birth. Except Kai’s parents saved her by disguising her as a boy—a ruse they’ve kept up for almost seventeen years. But when her village is attacked, Kai’s secret is revealed and she’s sentenced to death. Thankfully, the gods aren’t done with Kai. Despite the odds stacked against her, she escapes her fate, undertaking a harrowing journey to a land where Moonburners are revered and trained as warriors.
Born at Dawn
When a heist goes terribly wrong and the binding spell holding 17-year-old Neva’s powers at bay is shattered, the half-human thief knows she’s in trouble. Neva has always hidden her Da’Valian heritage while working risky jobs to make a name for herself and serving at her family’s tavern, but she won’t be able to hide much longer. She can either risk the safety of those she cares about or seek out her mother’s people to gain control over her emerging powers.
Joe isn’t thrilled about a lot of things – being in eighth grade, having an older brother who is the football playing apple of his dad’s eye, or having a Van Helsing-obsessed little brother that he gets stuck babysitting way too often. That’s probably why he is so intrigued by Cole, a runaway who lives alone…in the cemetery. It’s not a coincidence that Cole befriends Joe and misfit, Vidonia Finkle. They will learn that their pasts are connected in a way that will help them save their town, Majestic Hollow, from the monsters who want to invade it!
In High Earth, the real world is only where you breathe. Entertainment is everything. Virtual worlds, hyper-realistic simulations, endless streamable content–there’s something for everybody. You don’t ever have to leave your home. Even working is optional. For Asher Reinhart, nothing compares to Ignis: Live, a reality show that pushes human beings to their very extremes. As a volunteer director, he closely monitors the lives of those living on an Interstellar Ark who wrongly believe they’re the last of humanity searching for a new Earth.
In this second installment of The Peacemaker Series, Rhykin, the son of the high priest of an alien planet and heir apparent to his father’s reign, continues his exile on Earth. Meanwhile, supposedly good aliens have agreed to develop a new industry for our planet. Massive production facilities manufacture beautiful dream-endings for those aliens coming to the end of their lives. They are fueled by the energy of sleeping humans, and millions are employed in the endeavor. Victor Encinas, the Peacemaker, is now working as a liaison between Earth and the aliens. He discovers is that, in addition to Dream Factories, the aliens have also created Nightmare Factories which generate horrific worlds that torture and punish political enemies.