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The Oath (Chronicles of the Ordained Book 1)

by Jerri Hines
4.4 stars – 4 reviews
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Lending: Enabled
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Seven hundred years ago, the Knights of the Ordained banished the demon, Asmeodai. Buried deep beneath Wahi Tapu Temple, the evil becomes a distant memory. For those seven hundred years, Asmeodai seethed in hatred for those that condemned him to this hell. He has survived only for his chance to enact his revenge.

Now, though, the time of the Secundus has come again. With the rising of the second moon comes the fear of Asmeodai’s reemergence. The aftermath of the last Secundus saw the once-great Jornada Empire splintered into three realms. Moreover, the Knights of the Ordained are not what they once were. But all is not lost. There is hope. There are those born who are ordained to fight this evil like no other.

Their destiny will not be denied.

Follow the sweeping fantasy adventure entrenched in royal intrigue, powerful foes, and magical exploits. Beware the saga contains sword & sorcery, dragons and fleogans, and witches and wizards.

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Priscilla the Great

by Sybil Nelson
4.6 stars – 221 reviews
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Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled
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Hi, I’m Priscilla, an ordinary seventh grader with some extraordinary gifts. As if middle school isn’t hard enough, not only do I have to fight pimples and bullies, but genetically enhanced assassins trying to kill my family and me! But with the help of my genius best friend, Tai, we’re gonna bring down the evil Selliwood Institute, an organization dead set on turning children into killing machines.

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Of Courage And Sacrifice: Bot Trilogy Book One

by Matt Hartle
4.4 stars – 23 reviews
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Lending: Enabled
Here’s the set-up:
The world is a deeply troubled place – years of crippling unemployment, a collapsed economy, and rampant crime have left people feeling desperate, but Adam Wesley and his friends don’t care about that.
They’ve finished classes for the final time and are looking forward to a carefree summer of parties, camping, and enjoying their first authentic tastes of freedom after high school!
Fate has another plan for them.˃˃˃ On their inaugural outing of the summer, the friends encounter a reconnaissance robot, or ‘bot’ as they are known – with disastrous results. One of the friends is grievously wounded in the exchange, kicking off a race against time to get help before it’s too late!
When the friends finally make it back to the city, they find the streets are overrun with bots; martial law is in effect. People are being loaded onto buses and taken to transition camps. Anyone caught in the open is pacified and detained; not all will survive. Adam and his friends go underground, taking up with Skip, a brilliant but eccentric hacker. Skip has built a tech hideout called The Nest””a faraday cage suspended in the maintenance tunnels beneath the city. Using antiquated technology – dial-up modems and BBSs – the friends, begin to organize. Together, they will fight desperately to survive, unintentionally planting the seeds of a resistance that will become more important than any of them can imagine.Fans of the Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins and Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson will love Of Courage and Sacrifice!

˃˃˃ Fans of the Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins and Robopocalypse by Daniel H. Wilson will love Of Courage and Sacrifice!
A deftly crafted dystopian science fiction action/adventure novel by an author with a genuine flair for originality and a compelling, entertaining, and narrative-driven approach to storytelling, “Of Courage and Sacrifice” by Matt Hartle is especially and unreservedly recommended for community library Science Fiction & Fantasy collections.

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Broken to Perfection: A Novel

by Dafna Cohen
4.8 stars – 13 reviews
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A tour de force novel on the imperfect search for the perfect love.

Under the surface of Talia and Max’s perfect love lies the truth of their imperfect marriage: doubt, quarrels, regrets, and pain. It’s that truth that drives Talia to run back to Paris, the city where her heart was broken and restored, while Max remains home, facing his own fears of inadequacy and loss. A broken couple whose past misgivings haunt their future together.

Binding rules are replaced by wild, new ones as both Talia and Max look for answers to their marital problems in all the wrong places. Dafna Cohen’s unapologetic, raw debut novel is unafraid to show its heroes and readers that life – love – is most beautiful when broken.

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