Fantasy Fiction eBooks
Fiction generally is a narrative form, in any medium, consisting of people, events, or places that are imaginary—in other words, not based strictly on history or fact. In its most narrow usage, fiction refers to written narratives in prose and often specifically novels, though also novellas and short stories.
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Witch by Iain Rob Wright
The Summer holidays are here and school’s out, but boredom quickly sets in for the poor kids of the Redsow housing estate. That’s why best friends, Jude and Ashley, are desperate for something to do.
Winter Moon by Mercedes Lackey
Product Description New York Times bestselling author Mercedes Lackey In an isolated land where the lure of the “Moontide” leads to shipwrecks, a woman is torn between obeying her father or her king. When she chooses to follow a Fool, she discovers magic she’d never expected… at a price that might be too high….
Vows of Gold and Laughter by Edith Pawlicki
High in the Heavens, an immortal court celebrates the betrothal of Jin, Goddess of Beauty, and Xiao, God of Pleasure. But as soon as the vows are made, the Sun Emperor collapses from a death curse.
The Unsuspecting Mage by Brian S. Pratt
James, a high school senior, went looking for a job. But instead, embarks upon an adventure of a lifetime. Whisked unexpectedly to a world where magic works, he must learn to master its power, all the while searching for the meaning behind why he was brought there and what he must do.
The Raven Thief by Andi Lawrencovna
Once Upon a Time…No, not once upon a time, because this is no fairy tale, and a thief doesn’t deserve a Happily-Ever-After. This is the story of a woman who thought she could have whatever she wanted without consequences, and in the stealing, lost the one thing she wanted most.
The Haunting of Steely Woods by Bonnie Elizabeth
Traci lives in fear. Attacked long ago at a rest top, she escaped by pure chance. Or at least she thought she escaped. Though she’s moved across the country and built up all sorts of coping mechanisms, terror still strikes on a regular basis. When another woman dies at a rest stop while Traci is there, she knows she has to go back and confront the terror of her past. But will she survive?
The Imaginators by M.K. Valley
Andria del Scorpio traded her crown for a sword. Being an Assassin on Ares might mean rubbing elbows with the filth of the Infinite Universe, but at least she’s free. Her ability to imagine is perfectly suited to kill, and all Andria has to do is bag the prize money and consider the next Contract on the list.
The Jungle Tomb of the Ice Queen by M. Harold Page
From mild-mannered monk to lethal swordsman! A wild LitRPG quest to help a lost love defeat the God of the Flying Tooth Garden! Torstag doesn’t just see dead people, he is dead people: dead heroes. And they whisper to him, sharing skills, nudging him into dangerous deeds…
The Fall by Simon Clark
Television Director Sam Baker, along with his assistant Zita, is visiting an ancient Roman amphitheatre in England as a prelude to the staging of a televised rock concert. Without warning, the site is hit by lightning, and those within it realise that ‘today’ now seems to be ‘yesterday’.
Shadow Tome by Joshua Brown
For Martin, life always seems to kick him when he’s down. First, he lost his job. Then, to make matters worse, he returns home to find his girlfriend cheating on him. Everything he loves feels like it’s crumbling to pieces. But his suffering has only just begun.
The Crimson Quest by J.B. Smith
When I saw the ad, I hardly believed it. I hated working, but it was different. It was a way to make money and have fun. And nothing was more fun than playing an MMORPG. It was even better. It was the most realistic virtual reality experience known to man.
Runaway by Skye Cavanagh
Levi dropped me back at my house where I took a long shower and tried to get my head around this whole lifebond thing. I hadn’t told anyone who my mother was. It had pained me to admit that I had warrior magic even. Ryan knew, but we’d known each other for years and he’d guessed rather than my just telling him.
Sentinel by Drew Starling
Something is lurking in the woods just beyond Aaron and Ellen Dreyer’s new country home, and an evil that has been hiding in plain sight for centuries is about to emerge.
Rise of the Elgen by Richard Paul Evans
Michael must save his mother—and protect his powers—in the electric sequel to the #1 New York Times bestselling Michael Vey, from Richard Paul Evans. I rolled over to my back, struggling for breath. The pain continued to pulse through my body—a heavy throb followed by a sharp, crisp sting.
Quantum Cultivation by Jace Kang
Like all Purebred with their menial jobs, Ken ekes out a living sweeping the floors of Kyoto Peacekeeping Central. His kind serve as a benchmark for XHumans to measure how far they’ve progressed, and a reminder of what homo sapiens once was.
Promethea by Sean R. Jennings
Promethea is an epic tale that follows the story of Benjamin. Who is of an unknown race and possesses powers never before seen, and what happens as he sets out on a journey to discover his own origins.
Petty Magic by Camille DeAngelis
From Publishers Weekly Readers who endure the extensive Lake Wobegon–style exposition that launches DeAngelis’s second novel (where every witch is above average) will be rewarded with a moving and witty love story. Evelyn is a randy old witch who uses her powers to appear young and pick up men at bars. When she meets Justin, the new proprietor of a local antique shop, she believes that he may be the reincarnation of her long-lost love, Jonah.
Or Even Eagle Flew by Harry Turtledove
As the Battle of Britain looms, Hope Flies on Eagle’s Wings From Master of Alternate History Harry Turtledove As Britain faces the full fury of the Nazi war machine, hope comes in the form of American volunteers called the Eagle Squadrons. As these units join their RAF cousins during the Battle of Britain, famous woman aviator Amelia Earhart (who survived her world-circling flight) emerges as a rallying point for those willing to stand against fascism.
Lost in a Good Book by Jasper Fforde
SUMMARY: The inventive, exuberant, and totally original literary fun that began with The Eyre Affair continues with Jasper Ffordes magnificent second adventure starring the resourceful, fearless literary sleuth Thursday Next. When Landen, the love of her life, is eradicated by the corrupt multinational Goliath Corporation, Thursday must moonlight as a Prose Resource Operative of Jurisfiction the police force inside books.
Inside Out by Thorne Moore
Triton station, Outer Circles headquarters of Ragnox Inc, on the moon of Neptune, is as far as the intrepid can go. It’s a place to make money, lots of money, and for seven lucky travellers, bound for Triton on the ISF Heloise, that’s exactly what they intend to do.
Kill the Gods by E. Michael Mettille
Final Frontier by C.J. Wolfe
David is a middle schooler surviving the day-to-day poverty of dystopian Pan-America set in the near future. With his world devolving into war, he must team up with an aged substitute teacher to save what can be saved … while there is still time.
Before He Wakes by Mark Allan Gunnells
“Deeply disturbing page turner” Out of nowhere, a retired 60-year old handyman goes on a murder-spree, abducting healthy young people and torturing them with hand-tools. After he’s caught, a media fascination in The Handyman swells. People want to know why he snapped. They want to hear ALL the grisly details.
Earthbound by Joe Haldeman
One of science fiction’s most reliable practitioners” (San Francisco Chronicle) continues his saga of space exploration.
The mysterious alien Others have prohibited humans from space travel-destroying Earth’s fleet of starships in a display of unimaginable power.
City of Steam by Dominic K. Alexander
A steam-powered city is being run by a vicious madman. Darkness plagues the vacant streets while mechanical menaces hunt anyone with magical powers.
Bitter Angels by C.L. Anderson
Review “Bitter Angels is a great edge-of-the-seat interstellar intrigue and a riveting space opera—espionage hybrid with a shattering denouement. This one was tough to put down.”—David J. Williams, author of The Burning Skies Product Description An Imploding Star System. A Murdered Galactic Spy.
Autumn Falls by A.R. Kingston
Twenty-five years ago, a deal was made to save a child’s life. Now the time has come for someone to pay the price. The isolated, fog-locked island of Autumn Falls holds many secrets. Its rocky soil is thirsty for human blood, and every few years, some residents perish in grisly accidents.N/A
Against the Tide Imperial by James Young
Well, here’s to hope that my gamble is correct. For if I am wrong, I may truly regret this decision.—Vice Admiral Tamon Yamaguchi, commander of the Kido ButaiN/A
Awakening by G. Clatworthy
She wants a quiet life. They want to awaken a slumbering dragon. Can she survive an encounter with a cult and rescue her friend? Amethyst is a half-dwarf jeweler and weaponsmith who just wants to improve sales in her shop in a popular Cardiff arcade.N/A
Assault by D. Rebbitt
The Fleet has delayed the Globur incursion at great cost. The time bought with their comrades’ lives has allowed the Fleet to build new task forces and new weapons.N/A