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The Keystone: Finding Home - Seren Goode
"Sixteen years as a nomad… I used to love it, just the three of us, a team, moving to the next adventure. Now, when my dad changes jobs like some people change underwear, it just gives me a stomachache.”
Grace Thompson is used to moving—and losing. She’s already lost her mother, her home, and any hope for a normal life. But when her father is abducted from the streets of San Francisco, Grace is determined to get him back. She thinks she is alone until she meets four strangers whose parents went missing at the same time. The teens work together to track down the clues to their parents’ pasts with only an alien stone to guide them.
With the kidnappers closing in, the only way to save them is to unravel the secret her mother died to protect her from. This is a fast-paced, action-packed, young adult adventure story with a touch of romance. Fans of mystery, low angst thrillers, alien stories, contemporary sci-fi, travel, girl main characters, found family, and friendship fiction will love The Keystone!
The Keystone: Finding Home is Book 1 in the Elements Series but is a complete story with an HEA and no cliffhangers.
Zendar - A Tale of Sand - K.T. Munson
Zendar is a world of sand and strife. Living in the great capital of Zendar, Sol, Nitya has always longed for something more than her family’s merchant lifestyle. She craves adventure—or at least hopes something remotely exciting could happen.
When her best friend, Juni, secures them both positions in the palace’s kitchen, Nitya gets to experience a different world than she ever imagined—especially after a young soldier catches her eye.
Her world will never be the same.
Antipodes - Young Adult
Would YOU be chosen? Cam Mackintosh is in his last year of a science degree at Melbourne University when he is offered the opportunity of a lifetime, the chance to help establish an entirely sustainable community on an island off the coast of Australia following a deadly outbreak. The community is presented with a clean slate; a completely new eco-village, protected from the outside world, but with much of the knowledge and technology of today. The community on August Island thrives and is established on modern values of gender equality and cultural inclusion.
In their second year, Cam overcomes his personal challenges and finds love with Freyja. Life is idyllic until Freyja goes missing. Cam follows her to Scotland using Antipodes, an ancient secret, referenced by many cultures throughout history. There he connects with another sustainable community on the island of Lewis, much like his own. Strangers become friends, and he realises he has found his forever home, the place where he is genuinely "of the land". His new friends include Fraser, who shares his passion for sustainable agriculture and Laetitia, a psychologist turned teacher with a challenging past. Despite his contentment, his loyalty and commitment to Freyja continue to haunt him, and Cam travels outside the protection of the communities in search of Freyja and other communities like theirs.
Now with 26 four and five-star reviews on GoodReads, Antipodes is described by one reviewer: While this falls into the ‘dystopian’ fiction genre, it sits nicely next to Kyle Perry’s The Bluffs and The Survivors by Jane Harper. The character development is great and I’m itching to know what happens next! If you ever watched The Beach, or read Handmaid’s Tale or Outlander, there are elements of both in here that make it a totally enjoyable read. (Fairlie, GoodReads).
Seven children are ripped from their home in the middle of the night – for laboratory experiments. She loses her mother to the insanity of her once beloved father, who destroyed her once happy home. Her mother sacrifices everything for the mysterious children locked in a lab, vowing to return them home. Jennifer promises her mother she will free them and bring them home, leaving her young life behind assuming responsibility for her newfound family and her sister. When danger lurks, and she cannot make the meeting to reunite the children with their mysterious leader, she leaves a hint hoping he will understand. Children of "Rashwa", the realm of Vampire and Were-creature, are taken one night, including the new king Nevar's son. Vowing to reclaim them he sets out to find the children with his two best friends. Time is ticking. He must find his son Kyle, the eldest of the children, before he completes the change from childhood to manhood. If he does not reach his son in time, the change will not be fulfilled, and Kyle will perish. Nevar, Bernard and Reece search the globe before finding a wounded Jennifer and helping her back to health, discovering she is not only the key to Nevar's heart but also the key to finding the children.
Author: Ash Gray
Neferre is a coarse, disgusting, slightly-alcoholic elf who is discovered while in a drunken stupor by a strange child in the dark depths of a swamp. Neferre offers to escort the child to safety, only to find the little girl is a legendary dragon slayer torn from the ancient past. Together with her friends, a half-giant and a snarky sorcerer, Neferre must return the girl to her original era before her enemies can end her life. The journey becomes a real race against time when a dragon bent on revenge decides it would be preferable if the child return in little pieces....
Memories Live Here - Science Fiction - Crime
Author: Marc Sheinbaum
What if you could talk to people from the past? Lincoln. Churchill. Gandhi. Your dead mother. Josh Brodsky is at the top of his game. At his new Silicon Valley job, he's on the verge of an invention that uses artificial intelligence to bring back the greatest leaders in history. But his top-secret code becomes encrypted by a devastating ransomware attack--was the malware planted by Josh's troubled brother Donny? When the brothers uncover their dead mother's diaries, the family careens toward a rendezvous with AI to discover the truth behind their father's mysterious death thirty years ago.
The Walls of Orion
Orion City has been on lockdown for ten years. Courtney Spencer, a disillusioned barista doomed to live a “normal” life in a quarantined fishbowl, is certain she’ll never see over the Wall again. Until one rainy evening, Courtney unintentionally befriends W, an eccentric customer who leaves a switchblade in the tip jar. The unexpected acquaintance soon opens the door to a frightening string of questions that flips everything she knows upside down. Stumbling into a world of secrets, lies, and disturbing truths, Courtney grapples with a burning temptation to look again at the Wall. Surrounded by citizens trained to ignore its looming shadow, Courtney no longer can. Intrigued and terrified to expand her world, Courtney finds herself toeing a knife’s edge between the law and justice, learning quickly that the two are not always compatible. She wants to cling to her morals. She also wants to stay alive. But most of all, she wants to see a certain customer again, despite everything in her whispering W is dangerous. In a gritty urban clash of hope and fear, passion and survival, The Walls of Orion explores the edges of light, dark, and the gray in between.