From the multiple best-selling author team that brought you Pattern Black and Burnout comes a brand new transcendent mindfuck of a fantasy novel. Two powerful and fierce immortal gods are trapped on an island, endlessly pursuing a Sisyphean task that must be completed each day and is renewed each night. Enemies forced to work together, they sabotage each other, play tricks on each other, and murder each other, only to be resurrected the following day. Yet, despite the daily friction and violence, ultimately, they live in an uneasy balance. Until the day the stranger arrives. Then the balance tips, the pit collapses, and all hell breaks loose. The Island is a brand new stand-alone fantasy novel by those masters of story, Sean Platt and Johnny B. Truant. Get your copy today.
Angel from the Rust
They say Earth was a place of wonders, where towers pierced the clouds, cities lit up the night, and flying machines streaked across the sky. It was magic. But the magic conjured the End War. Fire fell from the sky, and metal beasts leveled the cities. That was six hundred years ago. Now the ruins of the Ancient world are buried or overgrown. And the technology of the past is feared as forbidden magic. Corvala, a young musician on the run from the law, never intended on getting mixed up with history. But when a murderer falls from the heavens and sets himself up as a god, she’s driven into the wilderness and discovers the secret of her bloodline: a code of immense power embedded in her DNA. The code could save thousands—or plunge her into madness.
A girl with a special ability. A secret mission. A discovery that will change everything. Aria lives in two worlds. The first is the flooded ruins of Los Angeles, where she spends her days scavenging for long-forgotten treasures. The second is the surface, where if people knew she could breathe under water, she would be shipped off to a detention facility for aberrations. Her only reprieve from reality is The Colonists, which live-streams the life of her longtime crush, Enrique. When the opportunity to join the Colonists arises, Aria leaves everything behind to try out for a life of adventure—and, perhaps, romance. But the selection process is more perilous than she could have imagined and when her secret comes out, the real danger begins. From USA Today-bestselling author Madeline Freeman comes a futuristic spin on The Little Mermaid, full of adventure, romance, and out-of-this-world excitement. Fans of Marissa Meyer will love this pulse-pounding retelling!
Sixteen-year-old Chloe Brown can rewind time, but that doesn’t make her a superhero. Trying to reverse tragic events–like her little brother’s death that started it all–always backfires. So Chloe has resigned herself to using her ability to fit in, rewinding small mistakes and embarrassing moments. Then overnight, her “gift” becomes a magnet for danger and suspicion. The strands of time go haywire, sparking her mind with electrifying buzzes. And her sort-of friend, Leah, accidentally reveals that she’s been spying on her. Leah’s mother, Lillian, will stop at nothing to keep the ability to rewind to herself, even if it means erasing Chloe’s family altogether. As the damaged strands of time deteriorate further, Chloe and the other rewinders experience excruciating side effects, and friends and family start remembering events they’ve rewound. Chloe fears time itself is beginning to unravel. While frantically seeking the secret to healing the Ring of Time, Chloe learns there may be a way to reverse her brother’s death–but it would require going along with Lillian’s plans. Is the possibility of saving her brother worth the risk of giving such a twisted person unlimited power over time itself?