by Brandon Charles West (Goodreads Author)
"The world building is superb. . . . dwarfs, magical assassins, light-wielding winged people, talking kick a$$ animals, evil magi…more
"The world building is superb. . . . dwarfs, magical assassins, light-wielding winged people, talking kick a$$ animals, evil magical princes, and more.” —5* Amazon review
"So satisfying that it should be devoured slowly, lest the pleasure end too soon. . . . An engrossing saga packed with insight and adventure.” —D. Donovan, eBook reviewer, Midwest Book Review
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by Sally Gould (Goodreads Author)
Adam is an ordinary boy, except he can see and talk to ghosts. When his family moves into their dream home, Adam finds a bossy ghost who was Adam's age when he died. Edward regards the home as his own and doesn't want to share it with a boy who can see him.
After Edward fails to convince Adam to get his family to move out, he seeks powerful help from the earthbound spirit world to get rid of them.
However, Adam has an ally in the earthbound spirit world as well as knowing a handful of tricks to get rid of ghosts. Adam just has to get rid of Edward before the Council of Earthbound Spirits authorizes Warrior Spirits to get rid of Adam and his family. But will Adam succeed in time?
When you're the only one who knows, you're on you're own. [close]
by Phil Rink (Goodreads Author)
Jimi and Isaac are rock stars, epic heroes, intellectuals, and loving sons. Th…more
Jimi and Isaac are rock stars, epic heroes, intellectuals, and loving sons. They are wise and foolish, sublime and earthy. They are middle school boys, stumbling and shoving their way into manhood.
Isaac always knows the answer. Everything is easy for him. But when his dad falls off the roof, Isaac can't help. He can't fix his dad's brain, he can't fix how helpless his mom feels, and he can't stop making things worse.
Isaac needs to learn to wait, and to accept life as it happens. That's not an easy thing for Isaac.
Book Report My friend Isaac is kind of a jerk and kind of a good guy. When Isaac's dad hurt his brain, Isaac got hurt too. He just didn't know it right away, and then we didn't do a good job helping him, either.
This isn't one of those "happy ever after and everyone gets a cookie" kinds of stories. It's more like real life. Sometimes you don't get a cookie. Sometimes you go hungry.
-Isaac's friend Jimi Peterson. [close]
― Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
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