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Scrawny seventeen-year-old Theodore Conley shocks himself and everyone else by tossing three big bullies around like they are wads of paper and Theo is aiming for the trash can.
Now that he has superpowers, suddenly everyone expects Theo to do great things. He doesnâ€™t want to do anything great, however. Itâ€™s too much work and too dangerous. Unless itâ€™s safe and involves Theo finally getting a girlfriend, heâ€™s not interested.
Theo gets more danger than he can handle when a supervillain attacks. In self-defense, Theo is forced to pursue a heroâ€™s cape in superhero school, a frightening place of grueling humiliation, intense combat training, and deadly tests.
Theo soon finds that even just a potential superhero gets an archenemy. The problem is Theoâ€™s doesnâ€™t want to just defeat him.
His archenemy wants to kill him.
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An eccentric modern-day witch, accused of murder, must explore her past lives in order to keep her freedom — and find her way back to magic.
No one appreciates the irony of her situation more than Raven Kane: sheâ€™s a burnt-out witch. Raven is a hip, hexing-and-texting sorceress â€“ or at least, she used to be. Now her ancient timber house is falling down around her, and the bank wants to repossess it. Nothing would make her cantankerous neighbour happier than seeing Raven and her messy menagerie out on the street. To add to her stress, the reckless Wicked Witches are causing mischief and itâ€™s her job to rein them in.
Worst of all is that her magic seems to be fading. Just as everything seems to be too much to handle, thereâ€™s a knock on the (splintering) door. A not-unattractive man appears in her life: not to save her, as a fairytale would have you believe, but to arrest her for the murder of one of her clients. It wouldnâ€™t be that bad for Raven, except that she knows she’s guilty.
The Watchers of Eden
Her gift is her curse. Her world is her prison. Her fate is bigger than she knows…
In the hot and harsh farming region of Agricola, 16 year old Cyra prepares to be tested to discover what duty she’ll hold for life. All school leavers across the regions are in the same position, and few expect anything more than to follow in their parents’ footsteps and stay in the region they live in.
For Cyra, there was never a choice. With her father dead and brother and sister assigned elsewhere, she’s desperate to stay close to her sick mother so she can take care of her.
On the day of the Duty Call, however, Cyra’s world turns upside down in one stroke. She’s to be assigned to Eden, the largest and most powerful sea city and central hub of control. Only the most important live there, and no one from Cyra’s town has ever been assigned there in her lifetime.
So, she sets off on a journey away from everything she knows, without knowing what her duty will be. Soon, she discovers that she, along with a small number of school leavers from across the regions, has a special power; a gift that will pit her as a secret protector of the nation.
Only, it’s not a gift, it’s really a curse, and before long Cyra will learn that her once small world is filled with a great deal more corruption and injustice than she ever thought possible.
Sean Platt & David Wright
They thought they were alone. They were wrong.
On October 15th, humanity went missing.
A handful of scattered survivors wake to find the world empty of friends, family, and neighbors.
Among them, a child searches for his family. A special agent turned enemy of the state survives a fiery plane crash with no way to reach his daughter. A serial killer discovers heâ€™s no longer at the top of the food chain.
Now these strangers must find the strength inside them to weather the new world.
But they are not alone.
In the absence of civilization, a new threat emerges. In the stillness, it waits and watches, preying on their weakness. Their only hope is to find more survivors, rise above their fear, and face the oncoming darkness.
But can they unite before they too are lost? And can they all be trusted?
Season One of Yesterdayâ€™s Gone by Sean Platt and David W. Wright is a tense post-apocalyptic thriller that will leave you guessing to the end.
Combining TVâ€™s thrilling, episodic nature with the in-depth character only found in novels, Yesterdayâ€™s Gone is a new wave in fiction. If you like The Stand and LOST, youâ€™ll love this series that combines tension, intrigue, and fear of the unknown.
Get Yesterdayâ€™s Gone now and see who lives and who dies!