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James Wymore grew up on a heavy diet of movies and books that morphed his real life adventures into imaginary worlds. His published works span the fiction spectrum, including many different genres in the best-selling Actuator series. He’s an acquisitions editor, running games with hundreds of players at conventions. http://jameswymore.wordpress.com

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Theocracide

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Windows into Hell

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Salvation

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An amazing book, overflowing with lovable characters and fierce peril. Olsen's debut is a stunning fantasy that brings a refreshing uniqueness to an often redundant genre. With only a simple magic, crystals that allow humans to control animals, he tu ...more
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A sweet and satisfying tale of a girl trapped in a horrible place and kept there by a troll. The only way out is to trust her magic light. Very fun!
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Like most of Cox's work, Forest Beyond the Earth is a stark juxtaposition of an innocent child against the harsh and unforgiving backdrop of a dystopian future. An endearing journey to recover the only love she knows places her in the grip of the ver ...more
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In some ways, I liked this book better than the first one. It felt more realistic and dealt with the issues in a broader way.
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