“Political and daring, this collection adds to the future imagined by Philip K. Dick, George Orwell, Margaret Atwood, and Aldous Huxley.” —Foreword Reviews
In the third Guardians of Aandor book, the cast leaves modern-day New York and returns to a vanquished kingdom. Daniel Hauer must decide whether he’ll risk his life to save a kingdom he barely knows.
How Team Girl acquired their mascot Snowshoe Kitty and came to the attention of their nemesis, the mad scientist Dr. Mabuse, and how they learned about the true nature of cats.
Using mighty battle wagons, the Chiricahua Apache have captured much of Southern Arizona. The army tries to hold them off with their ornithopters. It’s up to famed diplomat Ramon Morales and the Owl Riders to bring order to the Wild West.
“Shepherd has crafted an engaging and twisty tale about memory’s impact on who or what we become. For aficionados of literary dystopian fiction such as Emily St. John Mandel’s STATION ELEVEN.” —Library Journal
In Tabat, Beasts — magical creatures like dryads, minotaurs, and centaurs — question a social order forcing them into its lowest level. Meanwhile the city has lost one of its most beloved heroes, gladiator Bella Kanto.
After a mysterious old man dies in his arms after a vicious knife attack, Corbin Stewart discovers the man’s blood carries an evil, disturbed soul with it. Now that blood is in Corbin’s veins and changing him in unexpected ways.
“Time travel, politics, Nazis, communists, drug runners, and the Imperial Japanese. I really like the concept of the novel.”
— David Weber, New York Times bestselling author of the Honor Harrington series
H.G. Wells’ “The Time Machine” meets Pierce Brown’s “Red Rising” in this near-future thriller that explores the very nature of being human.
We all have demons. Some demons have you.
“Part Star Wars homage, part unexpected coming-of-age novel…complex, self-aware and fun romp through space.” –L.A. Times