Wizards at War: The Eighth Book in the Young Wizards Series

By Diane Duane

Nita and equipment go back from their wizardly vacation, looking ahead to getting again to their daily regimen. yet there is hassle brewing. an odd darkness of the brain and center is ready to befall the older wizards of the area, stealing away their energy. quickly, the younger wizards of Earth and plenty of different planets locate themselves compelled to shield wizards and nonwizards alike opposed to an invasion of a sort they have by no means imagined.
But mere safeguard will not be adequate to strive against the evil afoot. With their alien teammates, Nita, package, and Dairine needs to race to go looking worlds identified and unknown for the key weapon the Powers That Be have promised them--before the minions of the sinister Lone strength locate it first. after which, for the 1st time in millenia, the wizards needs to visit warfare. . . .

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Last Guardian (The Stones of Power: Jon Shannow Trilogy)

By David Gemmell

"David Gemmell tells a story of very genuine event, the stuff of real epic fantasy."
--R.A. Salvatore, big apple occasions Bestselling author

While the Earth quaked, a dangerous strength burst forth from historic Atlantis. For the gate of time were torn open, releasing a cataclysmic evil.

Only the final dad or mum, Jon Shannow, the mythical pistoleer, may close the lethal portal. yet to complete this he must locate the shining Sword of God, stated to be floating one of the clouds within the perilous lands past the wall, the place beasts walked like males and worship a depressing goddess.  As Shannow launched into his very unlikely quest, demons collected in wait.

And--somewhere--a golden-haired girl was once dreaming of blood . . .

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First Test (Protector of the Small #1)

By Tamora Pierce

Tamora Pierce returns to the land of Tortall with a heroine who refuses to surrender during this first booklet within the number 1 New York Times bestselling Protector of the Small series.

Ten years after knighthood education was once opened to either men and females, no woman has been courageous adequate to aim. yet knighthood is Keladry's one real hope, and so she steps ahead to place herself to the test.

Up opposed to the normal hazing of pages and a grueling agenda, Kel faces one roadblock that turns out insurmountable: Lord Wyldon, the learning grasp of pages and squires. he's completely opposed to women turning into knights. So whereas he's compelled to coach her, Wyldon places her on a probationary trial interval that no male web page has ever needed to suffer. extra set except her fellow trainees, Kel's route to knighthood is now that a lot more durable. yet she is decided to attempt, and she's making acquaintances within the very unlikely locations. something is evidently, Kel isn't really a woman to underestimate.

From the Hardcover edition.

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The Shibboleth (Twelve-Fingered Boy Trilogy)

By John Hornor Jacobs

"""There are yes shibboleths to our condition.""

At the top of the 1st ebook of The Twelve-Fingered Boy Trilogy, Jack and Shreve are incarcerado—physically locked up. Shreve's again within the custody of the kingdom of Arkansas, and Jack's someplace within the clutches of Mr. Quincrux—both difficulties Shreve goals to rectify.

Cages may perhaps carry Shreve's physique, however the energy that is been starting to be when you consider that his come upon with Quincrux has reached a top. not anything can hinder his brain from scaling the etheric heights. free of his physique, Shreve discovers the value of the evil that is stirring within the east. The wave of insomnia that is paralyzed the kingdom is simply the start.

To shop Jack—and perhaps the entire humanity he not feels half of—Shreve has no selection yet to hitch Quincrux and the Society of Extranaturals."

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City of Dragons: Volume Three of the Rain Wilds Chronicles

By Robin Hobb

New York Times bestselling writer Robin Hobb returns to global of the Rain Wilds—called “one of the main gripping settings in sleek fable” (Booklist)—in City of Dragons. carrying on with the spell binding trip she all started in her acclaimed Dragon Keeper and Dragon Haven, Hobb rejoins a small workforce of susceptible, half-formed and undesirable dragons and their displaced human partners as they look for a mythical sanctuary. Now, because the misfit band techniques its ultimate vacation spot, dragons and keepers alike face a problem so insurmountable that it threatens to render their lengthy, tough odyssey totally meaningless. Touching, robust, and dazzlingly creative, Hobb’s City of Dragons isn't to be missed—further evidence that this writer belongs along Raymond E. Feist, Terry Brooks, and Lois McMaster Bujold within the pantheon of myth fiction’s actual greats.

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A Wonderlandiful World (Ever After High)

By Shannon Hale

At Ever After excessive, everyone seems to be anticipated to signal the Storybook of Legends, pledging to stick to of their fairytale parent's footsteps. but if Raven Queen got here alongside, issues turned fairy, fairy complicated. Now no one's future is bound, no longer even for the main royal of all of them, Apple White.

When a mysterious being from Wonderland starts to contaminate Ever After excessive with a wierd magic, every thing is going topsy-turvy. the scholars rework into animals and items, palace mice speak, and the attractive eco-friendly grounds on campus fade to black-and-white. Lizzie Hearts, Wonderland's destiny queen, Cedar wooden, daughter of Pinocchio, and Madeline Hatter, inheritor to the Mad Hatter's Hat and Tea Shoppe, appear to be the one ones who have not thoroughly misplaced their heads. it truly is as much as them to avoid wasting their most sensible pals ceaselessly after from a curse that threatens to provide their school-and their lives-a very unsatisfied ending.

Don't leave out booklet number one, Ever After excessive: Storybook of Legends and booklet #2, Ever After excessive: The Unfairest of Them All!

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Water Logic: An Elemental Logic Novel

By Laurie J. Marks

By water common sense, a cow health care professional turns into a political candidate. A soldier turns into a flower farmer. A misplaced e-book includes a misplaced destiny. The styles of background are made and unmade.

Amid assassinations, rebellions, and the pyres of too many lifeless, a brand new executive types within the land of Shaftal—a govt of infantrymen and farmers, students and elemental skills, all weary of battle and eager for peace. yet a few can't disregard their losses, and a few can't think a spot for themselves in an enemy land. earlier than reminiscence, sooner than recorded background, anything occurred that now has to be remembered. Zanja na’Tarwein, the crosser of limitations, born in hearth and wedded to earth, has fallen less than the ice. Now, through water common sense, the common sense of styles repeated, of laughter and song, the misplaced has to be found—or the stumbled on may possibly perpetually be lost.

Laurie J. Marks teaches on the college of Massachusetts Boston. She is the writer of 5 prior novels, and her first Elemental good judgment novels (Fire Logic and Earth Logic) gained the Gaylactic Spectrum Award and bought a number of starred studies. She is a recipient of the Fairy Godmother Award (James D. Tiptree, Jr. Award) and a founding member of large Universe.

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Murder in Tarsis (Dragonlance Classics, Vol. 1)

By John Maddox Roberts

Who killed Ambassador Bloodarrow?

When the Lord of Tarsis reveals himself with a politically unstable homicide on his arms, he turns to the 3 so much expendable population of town of an answer. A mercenary, a poet-assassin, and a thief may not be everyone's first selection for detectives. yet they locate they're particularly strong at bringing murderers to justice.

Perhaps a bit too stable . . .

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Ranger's Apprentice 3 & 4 Bindup (Ranger's Apprentice, Books 3-4)

By John A. Flanagan

THE ICEBOUND LAND: Will and Evanlyn are sure for Skandia because the captives of the fearsome wolfship captain, Erak. yet Halt has sworn to rescue his apprentice, and he's joined by way of Horace as he travels by way of land via Gallica in the direction of Skandia. Can Horace's swordfighting talents hold them secure on their trip? Will they be in time to rescue Will from a lifetime of slavery?

OAKLEAF BEARERS: Skandia is being threatened by way of an incredible invasion strength of Temujai, the riders from the japanese Steppes who're well known for his or her fierceness in conflict. Halt, Will, Horace and Evanlyn needs to interact with the Skandians in the event that they are to defeat the invaders - yet will the Oberjarl settle for assistance from his sworn enemies from Araluen? Are Will, Halt, Evanlyn and Horace destined to come domestic to Araluen?

Read the complete tale in their adventures in Gallica and Skandia during this precise version of the 3rd and fourth Ranger's Apprentice books.

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Deadhouse Gates: A Tale of The Malazan Book of the Fallen

By Steven Erikson

In the sizeable dominion of 7 towns, within the Holy wilderness Raraku, the seer Sha'ik and her fans arrange for the long-prophesied rebellion often called the Whirlwind. unheard of in measurement and savagery, this maelstrom of fanaticism and bloodlust will embroil the Malazan Empire in a single of the bloodiest conflicts it has ever identified, shaping destinies and giving delivery to legends . . .
Set in a brilliantly discovered international ravaged through darkish, uncontrollable magic, this exciting novel of conflict, intrigue and betrayal confirms Steven Erikson as a storyteller of breathtaking ability, mind's eye and originality--the writer who has written the 1st nice myth epic of the hot millennium.

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