The Inquisition: 4 Free Chapters (Summoner Trilogy)
by Taran Matharu
Shadowmagic (Shadowmagic, #1)
by John Lenahan
A Lord of the Rings for the 21st century. Only a lot shorter. And funnier. And completely different. Conor thought he was an average teenager. OK, so his father only had one hand, spoke to him in ancient languages and was a bit on the eccentric side but, other than that, life was fairly normal. Until, that is, two Celtic warriors on horseback and wearing full armour appear at his front door and try to kill him. After that, things get pretty weird. Shadowmagic is a fantasy adv...
Dress Your Marines in White (Monument 14, #0.5)
by Emmy Laybourne
It was just a test report. Like one of many, many he’d written up in the past. Except this time, several of the test subjects are dead…”At first, Dr. James Cutlass had thought his new job at NORAD was thrilling and full of opportunities, but that was before the demonstration… “Dress Your Marines in White” is the story of the terrifying choices surrounding a chemical weapons demonstration gone horribly wrong.DRESS YOUR MARINES IN WHITE is a prequel to Monument 14.
ZOM-B Family (Zom-B, #9)
by Darren Shan
The ninth terrifying installment from master of horror, Darren Shan
The Emerald Dagger (Raiders of Folklore, #2)
by Dennis Staginnus
The Monsterjunkies (Monsterjunkies, an American Family Odyssey, #1)
by Erik Shein
Animals in School (Banana Books)
by Garry Parsons, Lucy Richards, and Julia Donaldson
Two fantastic animal tales from Children's Laureate Julia Donaldson brought together in one volume for the first time. The Quick Brown Fox Cub Frisk the fox is a curious cub who just loves exploring! What will he discover when he follows Jenny to school one day? The Wrong Kind of Bark Finlay's a real dreamer, and he's always getting things wrong. So when he brings his puppy into class, it looks like he's heading for big trouble! Julia Donaldson's funny and engaging chapter books are part of Eg...
by N K Traver
In private, 17-year-old Brandon hacks bank accounts for thousands of dollars just for the hell of it. In public, he looks like any other tattooed bad boy with a fast car and devil-may-care attitude. He should know, he's worked hard to maintain that facade. With inattentive parents who move cities every two years, he's learned not to get tangled up in friends and relationships. So he'll just keep living like a machine, all gears and wires. Then two things shatter his carefully-built image: Emma,...