Century of the Soldier: The Iron Wars; The Second Empire; Ships from the West (Monarchies of God, Books 3-5)

By Paul Kearney

THE TIME OF THE WOLF IS AT HAND...

Struck down in his second of victory, Hebrion's younger King Abeleyn lies in a coma, his urban in ruins and his fiancée and previous lover vying for the throne. Corfe Cear-Inaf, now a colonel, is given a ragtag command of ill-equipped savages and despatched on a hopeless undertaking via a jealous King who expects him to fail. Richard Hawkwood and Lord Murad go back bearing information of horror on a savage new continent, with anything negative lurking within the carry. The Church is tearing itself aside, whilst the champions of fact struggle to carry peace among Ramusian and Merduk; yet within the a ways West, a poor new possibility is rearing its head...

The Century of the Soldier collects the ultimate 3 books in Paul Kearney's explosive The Monarchies of God sequence, revised and multiplied for this variation: The Iron Wars, the second one Empire and Ships from the West.
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Exultant (Destiny's Children (Paperback))

By Stephen Baxter

In terms of state-of-the-art technological know-how fiction, Stephen Baxter is in a league of his personal. His mastery of challenging technological know-how, his fearlessly speculative mind's eye, and his skill to mix grand philosophical questions with stories of rousing experience make him crucial interpreting for an individual all for the way forward for humankind. Now, in Exultant, Baxter takes us to way forward for impressive promise and lethal risk, within which a far-flung humanity battles for survival opposed to an implacable alien foe.

Destiny’s Children
EXULTANT


For greater than twenty thousand years, people were at warfare with the alien race of Xeelee. it's a struggle fought with armaments so complex as to be godlike, a warfare during which time itself has turn into an ever-shifting battleground. on the fee of billions of lives, and with ruthless and incessant potency, the ruling Coalition has driven the Xeelee again to the galactic middle, the place the supermassive black gap referred to as Chandra serves the Xeelee as either citadel and tool resource.

There, alongside a entrance thousands of light-years lengthy, a grisly stalemate reigns,
until a tender pilot, Pirius, confronted with yes demise, disobeys orders and employs an leading edge time-travel maneuver that, for the 1st time within the heritage of the warfare, leads to the catch of a Xeelee fighter. yet faraway from being hailed as a hero whilst he returns to base along with his prize, Pirius is court-martialed, disgraced, and sentenced to penal servitude on a bleak asteroid.

It isn't just Pirius who will pay the cost. In flying into the long run and again back, Pirius again to a time sooner than he’d left, a time inhabited through his more youthful self. And that more youthful self, by way of the pitiless good judgment of Coalition justice, stocks the older Pirius guilt and has to be punished. no longer each person within the Coalition concurs. Commissary Nilis believes that the elder Pirius, whom he dubs Pirius Blue, can have chanced on how to defeat the Xeelee. yet Nilis can do not anything for Pirius Blue. in its place, he's taking cost of the more youthful Pirius (Pirius Red), and brings him again to Earth, the capital of an enormous empire seething with intrigue.

There Pirius pink will detect truths that would shatter his preconceived notions of all that he's combating for, even of what it potential to be human. Pirius Blue, in the meantime, will examine truths harsher and extra discomfiting nonetheless. but the main stunning revelation of all remains to be to return, looking forward to them at a spot referred to as Chandra. . . .


From the Hardcover edition.
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Hobbitus Ille: The Latin Hobbit

By J. R. R. Tolkien, Mark Walker

Fascinating for Latin inexperienced persons and for Tolkien lovers of every age, The Hobbit has been translated into Latin for the 1st time seeing that its booklet seventy five years ago.

In foramine terrae habitabat hobbitus. (‘In a gap within the flooring, there lived a hobbit.’)

The Hobbit, is among the world’s preferred vintage tales, beautiful to adults up to to the kids for whom J.R.R. Tolkien first wrote the publication. Translated all over the world into greater than 60 smooth languages, now Hobbitus Ille is ultimately released in Latin, and may be of curiosity to all people who are learning the language, no matter if in school or at a better level.

In the good culture of publishing well-known children’s books in Latin, specialist classicist and lifetime Tolkien fan Mark Walker offers a deft translation of the total ebook. His recognition to element, together with the transformation of Tolkien’s songs and verses into classical Latin metres, will fascinate and entertain readers of all skill, even people with just a minimum acquaintance with the language.

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Ysabel

By Guy Gavriel Kay

Saint-Sauveur Cathedral of Aix-en-Provence is an historical constitution of many secrets-a excellent monument to fill the lens of a celebrated photographer, and an ideal position for the photographer's son, Ned Marriner, to lose himself whereas his father works.

however the cathedral is not the empty edifice apparently to be. Its background is particularly a lot alive within the current day-and it truly is calling out to Ned...
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Ordermaster (saga of recluce Book 13)

By L. E. Modesitt Jr.

Ordermaster is the thirteenth e-book within the Saga of Recluce and the direct sequel to Wellspring of Chaos. The cooper Kharl has no faster taken ownership of the property bestowed upon him via Lord Ghrant of Austra for his relief in quelling the insurrection of Ghrant's dispossessed brother, while he's summoned again to the capital. Hagen, his pal the lord-chancellor, wishes support in facing rebellious nobles. After a bloody crusade, within which Kharl discovers and is compelled to take advantage of much more lethal order magery, civil order is restored and Ghrant's throne firmly secured. yet Kharl is now a recognized and feared public determine, the Lord's Mage, and his notoriety makes him uncomfortable.

To his shock, Kharl is quickly referred to as upon back through Lords Ghrant and Hagen, this time to come to his fatherland of Nordla as envoy, simply because Nordla has turn into the following objective of Hamorian enlargement. again in his place of birth of Brysta, he discovers that his previous enemy Egen is engaged in a plot with the Hamorians to take the throne from his father and open Nordla to the enemy. Kharl has to discover an answer, for the sake of either the land of his start and his followed new country.

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I Was a Teenage Fairy (Ageless Books)

By Francesca Lia Block

Maybe Mab was once actual. might be no longer. perhaps Mab was once the fury. probably she used to be the braveness. possibly in a while she was once the intercourse . . .

A tiny fairy winging her method throughout the jasmine-scented L.A. evening. a bit woman stuck in a grown-up glitz-and-glitter international of superstars and supermodels. A too attractive boy with a mystery he can by no means proportion . . .

From the writer of Weetzie Bat comes a mystical, spell binding story of transformation. this is often the tale of Barbie Marks, who goals of being the single in the back of the Cyclops eye of the digital camera, now not the unvoiced one in entrance of it; who longs to run away to big apple urban the place she will be herself, now not a few barley flesh-and-blood model of the plastic doll she was once named after. it's the tale of Griffin Tyler, whose androgynous good looks hides the darkish ache he holds within. and eventually it's the tale of Mab, a pinkie-sized, magenta-haired, straight-talking fairy, who could or will not be actual yet who is helping Barbie and Griffin discover the power underneath the discomfort, and who teaches that love—like a gleaming net of sunshine spinning round bodies and our souls—is what can heal even the private scars.

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Havemercy

By Jaida Jones

This gorgeous epic fable debut introduces fascinating new authors—and a global brimming with ordinary and man-made wonders, awesome occasions, and a situation that may try the mettle of fellows, the limits of magic, and the center and soul of a kingdom.

Thanks to its elite Dragon Corps, the capital urban of Volstov has all yet received the hundred years’ battle with its neighboring enemy, the Ke-Han. The renegade airmen who fly the corps’s mechanical, magic-fueled dragons are Volstov’s maximum weapon. yet now one in every of its participants is on the middle of a scandal which may flip the tide of victory. To counter the risk, 4 ill-assorted heroes needs to converge to save lots of their nation: an exiled magician, a naive nation boy, a tender student—and the unpredictable ace who flies the city’s fiercest dragon, Havemercy. yet at the eve of conflict, those brave males will face anything that may take advantage of bold of warriors hesitate, the main strong of magicians vulnerable, and the main not going of fellows allies of their quest to upward thrust opposed to it.
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Dead Man's Hand: An Anthology of the Weird West

From a kill-or-be-killed gunfight with a vampire to an stumble upon in a steampunk bordello, the unusual western is a gloomy, gritty story the place the protagonist should be enjoying poker with a sorcerous deck of playing cards, or dealing with an alien at the streets of a dusty frontier city. listed here are twenty-three unique tales—stories of the outdated West infused with components of the fantastic—produced particularly for this quantity by way of lots of cutting-edge most interesting writers. integrated are Orson Scott Card's first “Alvin Maker” tale in a decade, and an unique event by way of Fred Van Lente, writer of Cowboys and extraterrestrial beings. different members contain Tobias Buckell, David Farland, Alan Dean Foster, Jeffrey Ford, Laura Anne Gilman, Rajan Khanna, Mike Resnick, Beth Revis, Ben H. Winters, Christie Yant, and Charles Yu
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Nest of Serpents (Wereworld)

By Curtis Jobling

The exhilarating fourth installment during this exciting epic for heart graders!

The nation of Lyssia continues to be ravaged via warfare. Drew, the rightful inheritor to the werelord throne, is locked in conflict opposed to Ratlords and Crowlords, whilst the unforeseen go back of the evil wereserpent, Vala, throws the struggle into a completely new course. because the conflict traces switch, so does Drew’s buddy Hector, who embraces his powers of darkish magistry and transforms into Drew’s most threatening enemy but. The Wolf and his allies have by no means been in graver peril.
 
"Game of Thrones for the tween set." —School LIbrary Journal
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Stone of Farewell (Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn, Book 2)

By Tad Williams

New York Times-bestselling Tad Williams’ landmark epic delusion saga of Osten Ard starts off a thrilling new cycle! 
 
“One of my favourite myth series.” —George R. R. Martin • “Groundbreaking.” —Patrick Rothfuss • “One of the good delusion epics of all time.” —Christopher Paolini
 
Tad Williams brought readers to the remarkable fable international of Osten Ard in his the world over bestselling sequence reminiscence, Sorrow, and Thorn. The trilogy encouraged a new release of recent delusion writers, together with George R.R. Martin, Patrick Rothfuss, and Christopher Paolini, and outlined Tad Williams as some of the most vital myth writers of our time.
 
BOOK : STONE OF FAREWELL
 
It is a time of darkness, dread, and supreme trying out for the world of Osten Ard, for the wild magic and terrifying minions of the undead Sithi ruler, Ineluki the typhoon King, are spreading their doubtless undefeatable evil around the kingdom.
 
With the very land blighted via the ability of Ineluki’s wrath, the tattered remnants of a once-proud human military flee looking for a final sanctuary and rallying point—the Stone of Farewell, a spot shrouded in secret and old sorrow.
 
An while Prince Josua seeks to rally his scattered forces, Simon and the surviving contributors of the League of the Scroll are desperately suffering to find the reality at the back of an almost-forgotten legend, that allows you to take them from the fallen citadels of people to the key heartland of the Sithi—where near-immortals needs to eventually make a decision even if to best friend with the race of fellows in a last struggle opposed to these in their personal blood.
 
After the landmark reminiscence, Sorrow, and Thorn trilogy, the epic saga of Osten Ard keeps with the brand-new novel, The center of What used to be Lost. Then don’t pass over the approaching trilogy, The final King of Osten Ard, starting with The Witchwood Crown!
 
Praise for Osten Ard:
 
“Inspired me to put in writing my very own seven-book trilogy.... It’s considered one of my favourite myth series.”
—George R. R. Martin, New York Times-bestselling writer of The video game of Thrones
 
“Groundbreaking...changed how humans considered the style, and prepared the ground for thus a lot glossy fable. together with mine.”
—Patrick Rothfuss, New York Times-bestselling writer of The identify of the Wind
 
“Memory, Sorrow, and Thorn is likely one of the nice delusion epics of all time.”
—Christopher Paolini, New York Times-bestselling writer of Eragon

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