Secrets of the Tally
By Halie Fewkes
Meet Allie: she's just woken up in an empty forest with blood on her hands and everything she's ever known wiped from her mind. In her survival-oriented world, people are hunted by vicious predators and it quickly becomes clear that they are specifically hunting her.
Allie's friends and sister have no insight as to why she's a target, and her only clue is a list of tally marks she finds tucked away, detailing how many lives she's saved and how many deaths she's caused. Judging by the amount of ink slashed across the page and the fact that nobody seems to know about it, Allie knows she used to have secrets that need to be recovered.
Without knowing whom to trust, she finds herself drawn to a new stranger in the caves they call home, and even though he won't talk about his own past, he's ready to help Allie recover hers.
The problem now is that Allie's instinct to survive is the only thing strong enough to bring her memories back. Flashes of her old self will only surface to save her from life threatening danger, so if she wants to avoid living as an echo of her former self, danger is what she must seek.
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Hidden Magic- Fear of the Smallest Wizard
By N.D. Rabin
James and Jenna Bradbourne lived a quiet life in suburban North West London until the youngest of their three children has a terrible accident forcing them to expose their hidden magic and that they are in fact wizards. James reveals he is 438 years old and when the family run for their lives they set out into the magical world he has turned his back on so many years ago, desperately seeking old friends, answers and allies. Along the way they will come across answers to some of the world’s greatest mysteries and venture into ancient Greek mythology where the Gods of Olympus and the creatures that surround them rear their heads. Will this give them the answers they need?
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A Ray of Sunshine
By Blaque Diamond.
What does rainy days symbolize for you? Does it mean doom and gloom, or does it mean the beautiful flowers of the world are drinking lots of water? For Janiyah Robinson rainy days are the worst. When it rains, her world is turned upside down. Nothing goes as Janiyah wants when the sky decides to open up and drop bucketfuls of rain. Will the rain stop and bring Janiyah the ray of sunshine she is looking for, or will mother nature continue to disappoint and ruin her day?
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By Alice Rachel
"Love is a taboo, a mere fantasy—foreign, unreachable, and dangerous.
Born in a society where women have no rights, seventeen-year-old Thia Clay holds little hope for a bright future. When Thia's parents sell her into marriage to elite member William Fox, she slowly gives in to despair. William is nothing but a cruel, selfish young man with no other interest than to serve his own.
Born illegally and forced to hide from the authorities his entire life, nineteen-year-old Chi Richards is an active member of the Underground—a rebellious group seeking to overthrow the government.
Chi only has one goal—to rescue his parents from the work camp they were forced into.
Meeting Thia was never part of the plan, and neither was falling in love with her.
If caught in their forbidden relationship, Thia and Chi could face a death sentence. And when devastating secrets surface from Chi's past, Thia has to rely on her instincts to make a choice that could save her or destroy her forever."
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The Blood- Secrets and Lies
By Brandylan James
What would you do for love?
Would you lie for it?
Would you die for it?
Would you kill for it?
Would you endure centuries of darkness for just one last chance to change everything, even if you knew it was probably hopeless?
Love is never easy. But in the end, it is all that is worth fighting for ...
When the first day of senior year finally rolled around in sleepy Croft's Landing, NC, Jules Walker was definitely psyched. Not only was she going to hook up with her best bud and fellow Blud band member, Dylan Croft after the long summer vacation, but more importantly, according to the grapevine, Dylan and Landing High’s resident queen bitch, Amanda Zane were officially over. For some reason, that made Jules’ heart beat just a tad faster. However, before she even had a chance to process, much less address her newly emerging feelings for Dylan, he was already head-over-heels . . . for someone else, and not just anyone else ... for Jules' best friend, and that would be his undoing; in fact, it could prove deadly.
Enter tall, svelte new girl, Madison Janey who barreled into English Lit class in the middle of a discussion on Pride and Prejudice, balancing a schedule in one hand and an attitude in the other. That's when Jules intuitively knew three things for sure: Madison was destined to be her best friend, Dylan was going to fall in love with her, and that, in turn, was going to put them all on a catastrophic collision course.
It didn't take long. From the moment the iconoclastic "Maddie" moved into the Landing’s Inn, aka home-sweet-home to Jules and her single mom, Starr, there were far more questions than answers. Despite Madison’s somewhat fanciful accounts about her family, despite her mysterious disappearances in the late night hours, Jules was content to cut her friend some slack because that’s what best friends did. Amanda Zane, on the other hand, felt no such compunction. To her, Madison Janey said one thing: "competition," and she was bound and determined to expose her as a fake and a liar. That, too, didn't take long, but even when confronted with Amanda’s “proof,” Jules refused to admit what should have been painfully obvious: Madison was hiding something. The pills she found in her friend’s room should have been enough to raise a red flag; not to mention the dried blood stains on her clothes and the way her eyes changed and looked, well . . . not human. Then the mysterious texts started, suggesting that Dylan was in danger. The thing was, Jules really loved Madison . . . as much as she loved Dylan. Even though it hurt like hell to have to watch the two people she cared for the most falling in love, Jules couldn't allow herself to believe anything bad about Madison. It wasn't until she found her friend packing to leave town the night before Blud's big Halloween concert that Jules confronted her, mostly because she knew it would break Dylan’s heart if Madison checked out without so much as a good-bye. Though Madison begged Jules to trust her one last time and tearfully promised to tell her everything – and Dylan as well -- Jules knew in her heart that it was one more lie.
But Croft’s Landing was a town founded on lies and secrets, something both Jules and Dylan would inadvertently discover that same Halloween night: Jules, when she happened upon an old diary in Madison's backpack; Dylan, when his father revealed a horrifying truth about the Crofts.
As the moon turned blood red for the first time in over four hundred years, an ancient curse was about to be unleashed – one that set Madison and Dylan on opposite sides of two powerful families bent on each other’s destruction in a struggle for dominance over mankind; one that freed an enigmatic prisoner to exact his revenge on the witch who condemned him for loving her; and one that would ultimately demand one thing: their blood . . . .
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