Book mentions in this thread

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    The Summoning (Moral Bloodlines Book 1)

    by S. V. Filice

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    Immortal Defiance (Dulcea's Rebellion Book 1)

    by Laura Maybrooke

    From the author of the highly rated Ruins Of Mars Trilogy: Rome is a city like no other, protected by a man like no other. He is the unnamed Immortal, the Man from Rome, and he is under attack. An agent of his secret order has been murdered, her tongue ripped out, her throat coated in molten silver. The killing is meant to be a message, a warning that old enemies have resurfaced to punish the Man for the sins of his past. Forced to retaliate, the Man sets in motion a sequence of events which pit an American thief, a Roman policewoman, a heartless mercenary, and a fallen Olympian against one another in all-out war. The streets of Rome become a battleground where the supernatural clash with the mortal, and the Eternal City bears witness to yet another chapter in its storied history of violence. Vengeance reigns supreme in this, the newest Novel from Dylan James Quarles.
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    The Key Masters of Telemma

    by J.S. Frankel

    Bill Newell and Carla Meadows, both seventeen and both dying, live out their final days in a palliative care center in Portland, Oregon. Bill has no hope of recovering, but the appearance of a strange key on his bed one day intrigues him. Carla receives the same key, and soon they find themselves in a pocket universe ruled by one being, a being-not-a-being named Malgorath who wields immense power. Malgorath makes them a deal. Find four keys, ones of silver, gold, glass, and paper, and return them to him. Upon their retrieval, he will cure them of their illness and send them back to Earth. For Malgorath, the keys are the key to finding Falnarth, a mythical world that holds many secrets. Bill and Carla have no secrets to discover, save life. With no choice in the matter, they agree to the terms and soon find themselves journeying to worlds of silver, gold—ruled by robots—glass, ruled by a power-mad queen, and one of wood. Each key’s retrieval is more dangerous than the last but Bill and Carla are determined to succeed in their quest. However, they soon realize that Malgorath has his own agenda, and they must do everything in their power before the demon can fuse the keys together and destroy—and recreate—the universe.
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    Behind Blue Eyes

    by Mark S Miller

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    Power Divided (The Evolutionaries Book 1)

    by s. Behr

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    The Marked Princess

    by E.P. Stavs

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    Mark of a Demon

    by Despoina Kemeridou

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    The De-Coding of Jo

    by Lali A. Love

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    The Garden of Stone Houses

    by Anya Pavelle

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    The Pillars of the Earth

    by Ken Follett

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    DEJA VU

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

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    Where Darkness Meets Light

    by Sabrine Elouali

    A poetry collection depicting the trials and tribulations of living with mental illness and the journey of one girl's struggles to try and overcome them. From the difficult beginnings of life that contributed to her illnesses, to the present day where she still faces her demons day in day out. Full of harsh truths, comforting truths, and humbling truths. A book that will have you reflecting on your own life, where you can make changes, improvements and start to really challenge your regular ways of thinking. Featuring descriptions of hope as well as woeful testimonies, each poem illustrates the thoughts and emotions this young woman has gone through and continues to go through. Having written this book to inspire, and open the eyes of all who come across it, as well as hopes of breaking the stigmas around mental health and mental illness.
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    Digging Two Graves

    by Linda Rainier

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    The Hidden Scar

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    The consequences of a one night of passionate encounter forced a reclusive, professional soccer player to reckon with a scar so deep, and a past deeply buried for seventeen years!
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    ONE HAND ON THE SINK

    by Ken McCarthy

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    PRINCE OMOTADE

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    SYNOPSISPrince Omotade Braithwaite has it all: Good looks, Wealth, Dynasty. A Pool of women, everything that could make him just the perfect Prince Charming. Then he met the one woman whom he could give it all up for, but she has her reserves about his kind. Public Humiliation, Weaknesses, Imperfection; those were the most dreaded words in Tatiana Keisha Tejuade's vocabulary. And then she met Prince Omotade Braithwaite who lived his life somewhat like a reality star. Wouldn't she be digging her own grave if she allowed herself to fall for him?Adegoke Daniels is Prince Omotade's half-brother, who'd lived all his life in his shadow, but secretly wished he could have everything Tade has - everything.
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    The Silent Sufferer

    by Frank Negolfka

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    TO TAME THE AMBER EYE FELINE

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

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    The Collins Trilogy (3 Book Series)

    by Kate Hershberger

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    Maurice Perkins

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    WHEN YOU KISSED ME

    by Sabrina Oyinloye

    SYNOPSISMofe Ibru was a man haunted by a painful past and had learnt to live his life without unnecessary emotional entanglement. His father; Hector Ibru, decided to remarry, and he brought home a young bride that awakened an unyielding flame of passion even he was not able to deny.Annabella Banks was a psychologist who often takes on part-time gigs as an actress to pay her college debt arrears. When Hector Ibru asked her to marry him under false pretence, she'd accepted after she saw the picture of his handsome, brooding son. Playing pretend as never been so thrilling, but then when it turned to her reality, no acting skill could protect her from the enigma called Mofe Ibru.
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    Storm's Child (The Rune Caster Chronicles Book 1)

    by John Ortega

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    The Pixy and the Giantess

    by Jennie Lee Schade

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    The Spectra Unearthed (Keita's Wings Book 1)

    by Christie Valentine Powell

    Keita thought that being a princess was nothing but trouble even before the power-hungry Stygians took over the Spectra kingdoms. Now she's on the run, hunted at every turn, and able to trust only a few other royal exiles. Of course she'd like to make her life safe again, but among the enemy's ranks is the Nome king, Jasper Smelt. A former friend, Jasper insists he wants to keep her safe, but his pitch-black dungeon and fiery threats suggest otherwise. Trapped inside his desert kingdom, Keita sees the results of Stygian cruelty. She wants to help, but how can she face Jasper, someone with abilities she couldn't begin to fight, someone who fears everything...except her?
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    Dreidel To The Grave

    by Yoel Bereket

    Set in 19th century London, 'Spawn's Brat' follows the fortunes of the Harrington family whose tyrannical patriarch, Matthew, has taken them from working class roots to wealth and prestige. As Matthew Harrington lies dying in his bed, his family is riven with bitter feuds, jealousies and criminal intrigue. When a disgraced Harrington returns to the fold, it sets in motion a train of dramatic events. Added to this, is the tender relationship of two tortured souls, whose love for one another seems destined never to be fulfilled.
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    The Burden of Destiny

    by Laura E. Thompson

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    Mystical Greenwood (One with Nature)

    by Andrew McDowell

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    Micah (Atlantic Island Saga Book 15)

    by LaLa Leo

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    I call him HIM

    by Scott W Kimak

    In a post-apocalyptic world, a warrior and his family are driven underground, fighting for their very survival. When they do emerge, the futuristic planet they discover is very different from the one they left behind. Ruled by an evil presence which dominates and controls what is left of mankind, Earth has been reduced to a violent place of darkness, grief and destruction. I call him HIM follows the journey of this unnamed warrior as he loses both his family and his mind. As he hits rock bottom, all he can think of is his insatiable yearning for revenge until he meets a young girl called Angelica who shows him the true power of faith. Her youth, innocence and strength of character reminds him of everything he has lost and the things which really matter. But as the armies of the world rise up for the ultimate battle of good versus evil, can Angelica help him regain his sanity and rediscover himself before it is too late? Author Scott W Kimak takes the classic theme of good and evil and gives it a modern twist in this inspiring tale of the importance of keeping hope in the bleakest of circumstances.
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    The Four Agreements

    by Miguel Ruiz (Jr.)

    Identifies four self-limiting beliefs that impede one's experience of freedom, true happiness, and love.
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    Jasmine Perez and Another Realm.

    by Joharra Harper

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    Drago Bonez

    by Jeremy B. Pereyra

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    The Unbreakable Thread

    by Nissha Nirmal Kumar

    Hirdh is a soft and very confident girl but she has a greatest fear - the fear of break up. She knows that her heart would be slivered into a million pieces and it would never be the same if she had to go through it. So, she builds her guarding walls way up high, so that no one could penetrate them. Then, She meets a guy owning a pair of swashbuckling eyes. Will she let her walls down for him? Will she experience her greatest fear? Was the Japanese legendary, the red string aka The Unbreakable Thread, only a myth?
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    The Many Personalities of Me

    by Miss Yael Gottesman

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    Espershade and the Mage of Hearts

    by Piper Hamln

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    Sergeant Pepper and Mister Paws

    by Al Riney

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    Like a Friend

    by Bruna Swerts

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    Black Moon

    by Tegon Maus

    People of Few Words - Volume 5 is the fifth collection of work by contributors to the Short Humour Site from across the world. It contains one piece of 500 word 'Short Humour' by each of fifty writers, together with a brief biography of each writer.
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    Unprecedented Times

    by Lisa Thomas

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    Jasmine Perez and the Wicked Sorceress (Jasmine Perez Series Book 1)

    by Joharra Harper