• Fiction
      April 2016

      Ring of Stones

      Portal to Another World

      by Alexander Lawes

      When Anna’s dirt bike pulled up alongside late one summer’s evening, Harry grasped the opportunity to escape the city and his troubles, but he never imagined the mysterious girl would lead him across the galaxy to another world. Transported via the Ring of Stones to a planet reflecting a visionary Earth, the friends embark on an intricate pursuit of the truth about what really happened to their missing parents, all the while struggling to remain one step ahead of the sinister Authorities.

    • Fantasy
      May 2014

      Elidor

      The Forbidden Kingdom

      by Colin Louis

      Elidor. The Forbidden Kingdom is the 2nd book in an extraordinary trilogy of fantasy stories that begins with The Chronicles of Brantu which was published in Australia, and the 3rd book which is entitled The Strangers Stone.

    • Fantasy
      May 2014

      The Chronicals of Brantu

      by Colin Louis

      The colourful medieval world of mystery and pageantry is enjoying a period of unguarded communication between the fearless middle Earth creatures and Humanity. Fairies and Firbolgs, grotesque Witches and moody Wolves, Marsh Dwarfs and Elves inhabit the Land. However, unbeknown to many, the peace and concord is under threat from a malevolent source of power. This thrilling adventure story is an ancient allegory for modern times.

    • Fantasy
      June 2014

      The Strangers Stone

      The Chronicles of Brantu

      by Colin Louis

      THE STRANGERS STONE is the 3rd book in "The Chronicles of Brantu" trilogy. Book One is entitled BRANTU Book Two is ELIDOR - THE FORBIDDEN KINGDOM Colin Louis has also written two other novels titled: THE EYE OF ALLAH THE FOURTEENTH STEP

    • Fantasy
      June 2014

      The Fourteenth Step

      by Colin Louis

      Seduced into a dangerous world of myth and magic, Benjamin Bartholemy crosses the cosmic paths of fable and corrupted history on a dangerous mission to unravel the message of a sacred text.

    • Fiction
      July 2014

      Seven Seeds of Summer

      by Chantal Gadoury

      “Seven Seeds of Summer” is a young adult novel retelling the famous Greek Mythology romance of Hades and Persephone. What if you were the missing piece in one of the most famous Greek Mythology Romances? “Seven Seeds of Summer” follows the story of Summer, a college art student who has grown up in a house full of Greek mythology and legends. Summer grew up with a love for the darkest of all Gods: Hades, which caused tension between her and her mother. Summer comes home to Point Judith, Rhode Island, to find a mysterious figure on their family beach. The figure comes to her with questions about a familiar myth of her childhood: of Persephone and Hades. He proceeds to tell her of a new version of the story with a different ending that Summer never knew; an ending that includes herself. A trip to Greece leads to tragic twists, leaving Summer in the arms of the strange figure whom she had met before. He takes her on a whirlwind through the busy streets of Athens, to the lowest point of Greece where his lair awaits: The Underworld. Determined to find out the secret of herself and her piece in the story, Summer goes with him, and tries to make herself at home in his world. Summer has to decide to follow her heart or follow the same footsteps of the mysterious woman in her past life.

    • Fantasy
      February 2016

      The Dowry Blade

      by Cherry Potts (Author)

      Trust anyone, even an enemy… …Trust no one, not even a friend. A fantasy epic of the strength and limitations of love and loyalty: between friends, lovers, kin, strangers– and enemies. Nine years after the loss of her sister, and near obliteration of her clan in an ill conceived raid, Brede, a plains’ nomad, is living unwillingly in the marshes. The sudden ending of a decade long drought, brings with it many changes; rumour has it that the rain was bought at the price of a King’s head, and the sword needed for such a sacrifice is missing.Change comes for Brede in the arrival of Tegan, a wounded mercenary.Brede’s discovery, first of the Dowry Blade and a stolen horse, and then of Tegan’s history, sets in train a journey to the capital in search of her missing sister and leads to an unexpected role in the Queen’s household, and a powerful lover.

    • Fantasy
      October 2015

      Chroniken von Chaos und Ordnung. Band 3: Bargh Barrowson. Chaos

      by Praßl, Judith

      Amalea, in the year 344 after the foundation of Fiorinde. The time of darkness is over. The people of Amaleas are about to clean the world from the last suporters of darkness and help the gods back to their power… The die is cast. Bargh, Telos, Chara and Thorn succeeded at Al’Jebal’s tasks and sealed their fates. But what helps one advancing, leads the other to his doom. The shadows of Bargh’s past catch up on him and he gets closer to the evil than he likes. Chara wonders why she is so incredibly fascinated by the supporters of chaos and Telos tries to combine his own outrageous doings with the words of Agramon. Thorn, on the other hand, secretly plans Al’Jebal’s demise. The chaos/wars are over for hundreds of years, but the encounter with Hakkinen Dragati, a prophet of the god of chaos, shows that this might be a lie. And at the end Bargh, Telos, Chara and Thorn realize that it has been chaos all along that determined their every step. But how does Al’Jebal match this recognition? Order has one mistake which is that it does not recognize chaos even it is right infront of it. Unfortunately, this mistake is devastating.

    • Fantasy
      December 2014

      Die Bandath/Saga. Gesamtausgabe der Trilogie Diamantschwert/Saga, Dämonenschatz/Saga und Drachenfriedhof/Saga

      by Zehm, Carsten

      This collective edition consists of all of the three volumes of the adventures of Bandath, the dwarfling. Carsten Zehm’s fantastic saga of the little wizard who has to break dangerous tasks in the Drummel/Dragons/Mountains together with dwarfs, elves, trolls and dragons, is now available in one package. Dwarflings are incredibly rare, especially on this side of the Drummel/Dragons/Mountains. And Bandath is not only a dwarfling, but also a wizard. Therefore he is a thorn in the side of the magician guild. During his search for the diamond sword Bandath finds new friends: the mysterious Aehrchen/Knoergi Niesputz (=Sneezeclean), the Zwelfe (dwarfelv) Barella and even the elves and trolls, who are usually in a never ending battle with each other, become allies. After all, without the diamond sword their home will be doomed. A year later the friends are looking for the demon’s treasure in the desert of death. There an old curse comes to live again, while the doings of the magician guild become more and more opaque. Bandath has to realize that some borders are only there to cross them. In the last volume of the trilogy huge hordes of Gorgals advance on the Drummel/Dragons/Mountains. When his magical powers are attacked, Bandath conceives that the entire world is facing a watershed. “Pyr, the black” threatens to destroy everything! Bandath and his friends have to break the most difficult task of their lives. „Yea/eaah“, Niesputz cried. „Let’s chop the elves into pieces!“

    • Fantasy
      September 2015

      Beatrice/Rückkehr ins Buchland

      by Walther, Markus

      Actually, Beatrice should be happy. She took over Mr. Plana’s antiquarian bookshop, her husband is healthy again and her publisher wants a new manuscript. Everything seems in perfectly good order. But one day the curious shopkeeper Quirinus appears, and he makes her an offer that she just can’t refuse. Together they make their way back into the deepest regions of the Booklands.

    • Fantasy
      November 2014

      Chroniken von Chaos und Ordnung. Band 2: Telos Malakin. Prüfung

      by Praßl, Judith

      Amalea, in the year 342, after the foundation of Fiorinde. The time of darkness is over. The people of Amalea are about to clean the world from the last supporters of darkness and help the gods back to their power… Thorn, Chara, Telos and Bargh swore fidelity to Al’Jebal. Although the old man is seen as the former wiredrawer of chaos and the personification of evil, they get along with their new principle. And Chara even finds her real master in him. Only Thorn stays suspicious and follows his own plans. After a hard apprenticeship under the best of Al’Jebal’s supporters, the heroes are sent to their first mission far away from Ashrans and the Valianian Imperium. What the four do not know is this: The mission is one of three tests from Al’Jebal that are meant to prepare them for each of their fates. Telos discovers his true destiny during this first deadly mission at the Kabugna/Islands, Chara is confronted with a shocking realization of her own nature and Thorn has to face his past which directly takes him back to the Valianian Imperium to end what was once started. Meanwhile, the first signs appear that do not announce a golden time period at all. And while Chara, Telos, Bargh and Thorn each seal their fate, Al’Jebal starts to prepare for a war that will shake the world… “There is a principle that resembles fate very much. It follows the same rules, results in the same thing and sends us on the same journey. It whisperingly talks of a beginning, of a change, of an end. Where the Gods have no power, there it is the Alpha and the Omega. This principle is called strategy. If it is supposed to be like this, then let it be. Everyone is there where he is supposed to be.” Series: Amalea: The last chaos/war during the third Dark Period was won by the supporters of order. In the year 342 after the foundation of Fiorinde, the people of Amalea believe that chaos, thus Evil, is defeated. There is only one who sees the world with different eyes. He lives in the South of Amalea, is famous for his army of Orcs and Assassins and is said to be one of the most powerful surviving supporters of chaos. His name is Al’Jebal. The chronicles of chaos and order is a story about the winding road of an Assassin, a war priest, a ranger and a barbarian. While they are entangled in the big war between the powers of chaos and order, they gradually discover the truth about the origin of the world, of humanity and of magic. During their contribution to the war they realize that the fate of Amalea is controlled by only a few and that the world is far bigger than assumed. Thereby they walk all paths – in light and in the darkness, between chaos and order, as murderer and lovers, as hunters and hunted… And until the end they are accompanied by a man named Al’Jebal. In a world which offers everything that ever existed in the genre of fantasy (Elves, Dwarfs, Dragons, Vampires, Werewolves, Centaurs, Demons and Gods…) a cosmos unfolds which is still completely strange to us. And the best known being carries this cosmos within itself – the human. Whenever a human is the center of a fantasy novel and is shown in all its facets, the bright and the dark ones, without any kind of extenuation, fantasy comes to life, turns into High Fantasy and transforms into Real Fantasy.

    • Fantasy
      October 2013

      Chroniken von Chaos und Ordnung. Band 1: Thorn Gandir. Aufbruch

      by Praßl, Judith

      Amalea, in the year 340, 560 years after the climax of the chaos reign: The time of darkness is over. The people of Amalea are about to clean the world from the last supporters of darkness and help the gods back to their power… Thorn Gandir, ranger and knight, loses everything that ever meant something to him during the slave revolts. There he fights serving the chairmen of the senate, Antonius Virgil Testaceus. Unfortunately, he lets himself get carried away and finds the scepter of Valian for his power/hungry patron. The scepter is said to be stolen from a mighty enemy of the imperium. Together with the mercenary Chara Viola Lukullus, the war priest Telos Malakin and the barbarian Bargh Barrowson he embarks on a journey through the ashranic desert. But Thorn cannot be sure of who is a friend and who is an enemy… Nor can he tell what his role is, because chaos is just about to step out of the shadows. Dwarfs and Elves, Orcs, Centaurus, Thanatanen, Humans… Gods and Demons live in the fantastic world of Amalea. Thorn and his fellows reveal the lost knowledge of the Old World starting from the Valianian Imperium, which resembles the Roman antiquity. While the powers of chaos and order struggle for supremacy, the story’s heroes are confronted with an incredibly old power. They have to cross the borders of their familiar world to prevent Amalea from perishing. Thereby they walk the narrow ridge between Good and Evil. Amalea’s future depends on their decision – chaos or order?

    • Fantasy
      November 2012

      Highmage's Plight

      by Barry Nove

      Professor George Bradley, computer staff in hand, “envisions” an archaeological site, which could turn history on its head. Then he falls through a ripple in reality. He enters a world where: trolls think they are human; elves believe humans can’t do magic since they don’t have souls; a child of prophecy is dying of a curse; a shape-changer is bent on killing him; a seeress keeps too many secrets; and an ogre and a boy struggle to defend a keep against the evil ruling it. This is a world where a starship crash landed, bringing about a war, which led to the laws of magic defeating those of science. Here a demon rages, intent on destroying all life, its minions intent on killing the human mage from another world. If that wasn’t bad enough, George’s computer is now rather sarcastic.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2004

      The Gems of Power

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter Blue is a fairy-child that lives in two parallel worlds. Like an average 13 years old girl, she attends school every day, does her homework and spends time with her friends, who are unaware of her secret. Each night she turns into a fairy-child and flies off to MagicLand, where she meets fairies, drawflings, wonder-horses, fixit-moles, pink babies and many other wonders. One day, strange events start to unfold in MagicLand that threaten to disturb its peaceful nature. Dangerous holes appear on the ground, a wonder-horse fell down to the human world, and the fairiesג€™ power stones disappear one by one. Winter and her fairy-child friends start investigating the incidents, go through many adventures, while uncovering a plot that threatens the mere existence of MagicLand. The plot happens simultaneously in both worlds and swipes the reader into a beautiful, exciting and mysterious world. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2006

      The Dream Weavers

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter and her fairy-child friends go on several exciting and dangerous adventures. They take lessons from Eizmergada, learning for the first time how to use the magic dust that they received last summer. They meet Bogus, a mysterious, magical creature, long forgotten in the human world. They discover that the Dream-Weavers have disappeared from MagicLand and that their disappearance threatens to unravel the delicate balance between the two worlds. They help restore order in MagicLand and solve the mystery of the Dream-Weavers. This is the second installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      The Magic Storm

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter Blue is a 14 and a half years old fairy-child who lives in two parallel worlds, the human world, and another secret and wondrous world - MagicLand. There she meets Grinding beetles, an amusing dwarfling by the name of Kroshtank which is in search of the rare Bambiloks flowers, and of course fairies, house-fairies, dwarflings and many others. Winter also meets a fairy-child named Nikki and goes on her first date with Brian. When one day colorful lighting and throbbing, sparkling light balls start appearing in the human world, winter and her friends set out to investigate. The fairies warn that it seems that a, once in 500 years, magic storm is about to start. The children set out to mitigate the upcoming storm, confront a dangerous creature named Taragus and discover a dark secret from Eizmergada’s past. This is the fourth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2007

      Dragon`s Island

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      This is an especially busy year for Winter. She celebrates her 15-th birthday and together with her friend, Maggie, spends a wonderful Christmas vacation in Paris, where she also experiences her first kiss. With the help of her friends, Winter discovers a second floating island, where mighty dragons live. The dragons have recently started to descent into the human world and threaten to expose the existence of all magical creatures. While trying to resolve the matter, the children meet a strange creature that goes by the name of Enrik the lonely, they help Thomas take care of Zog, a mysterious bat that lands in his house, and sabotage a press conference aiming to reveal the discovery of magic dust to the world. This is the fifth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2008

      The Golden Mermaids

      Winter Blue, Fairy-Child

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      Winter and her friends come to the aid of the Golden Mermaids, which are in grave danger. In the process they go through one adventure after the other. They discover a new watery world, set out to consult with the legendary Loch Ness monster, and convince three dragons to help them in their journey. Winter helps Thomas take care of a new batch of pink babies, meets several spoiled feather-cats, tastes the disgusting taste of the Oxibush leaves, and parties at Amaryllis’ bubble party. In between, Winter gets to better know her parents, re-examines her relationship with her boyfriend, Timothy, and gets closer to her old time friend Eduard. This is the sixth installment in the Winter Blue, Fairy-Child book series. The Winter Blue, Fairy-Child series (7 books and a magical cookbook) oscillates between imagination and reality, between the life of a teenage girl with all its day to day complexities and a rich adventure story which takes place primarily in MagicLand. MagicLand is a secret world run by the fairies, where all magical creatures took refuge after having fled from the human world. The plots are threaded between the two parallel worlds and sweep the reader onto enchanting adventures.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2011

      The Green Hill

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œI'm Tillipig," the dwarf introduced himself, "œBut I don't understand how is that any of your business. You do know that you invaded our hill, right? You might stand trial any minute now." "œWhat?", jumped Eve, "œWhat are you talking about? What do you mean by 'stand trial'? We were just taking a walk when we saw something yellow in the grass." "œSomething yellow? Realy?", the dwarf expressed interest and suspicion, "An oversized banana? Or was that maybe a bee? A mushroom? A dry leaf? A flower? A yellow ant? A very rotten potato?", he tried to guess. Eve laughed, "œNo, no, it was just your yellow cap." When Eve and Ben go on a week long vacation to Wales, they discover a new and mysterious world and they witness the brutal conflict between the Drissons - a type of especially irritating, croossed eyed, dwarfs - and their archenemies the Naviot - flying creatures with hearts cold as ice. During their stay, Eve and Ben discover that the picturesque green hill near their summer house is teeming with exciting life.

    • Children's & YA
      January 2009

      The Darklings

      by Eshkar Erblich-Brifman

      "œWho... are you?", asked Tommy stuttering. "œWe are Darklings, you ignorant boy," responded one of them. "œAre you fairies?", Tommy was confused, "œElves?" "œWe are Darklings, I already told you," snarled the darkling, "œnot fairies and not elves. We are much less innocent than fairies and much smarter than elves." "œI didn't know... that such things existed...", Tommy continued to stutter. "œAnd I didn't know that such dumb boys existed...", replied another darkling, "œbut here I'm proven wrong."

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