In this chilling short story, a young man is forced by his boss to attend a business trip on Christmas Eve but has a strange encounter while waiting in the airport lounge.
May, the month of new beginnings, once again offered plenty of great novels for readers to experience. Some readers used it as an opportunity to get started with a brand new series, while others preferred standalone novels to keep them entertained.
This coming-of-age story folded into a multi-faceted alternative world with a curious magical system that itself can kill those who use it too much is an interesting blend of found family and unwanted destiny.
While not all protagonists in books are heroes, many of them tend to be altruistic or at the very least considerate towards others.
Stones, Stars and the Storms Between by G.J. Terral is a collection of seven new fantasy stories, in seven unique fantasy settings. Each story looks at a character faced with a difficult, complex choice, each set in an entirely different fantasy society.
Some people read books to uplift themselves or escape from daily life's stress. Books open up gateways to new and different worlds where readers can get caught up in epic adventures or see the ordinary from a different perspective.
Getting abducted in the dead of night is just the start of eighteen-year-old Jack Flint's problems.
Many science fiction novels deal with humanity fighting back against external threats such as aliens, zombies, or robots. However, a few authors have also imagined worlds in which nature itself turns against humans for the harm they are inflicting on the planet.
When a sexual assault comes to light, there’s always someone ready to insist that a woman’s account must not be true. Whether she’s too well-adjusted or too messed-up after an assault, there’s always something to “prove” she’s lying.
Tomás Chen-Diaz turns his back on the vast wealth at his disposal to instead focus on becoming a man of holiness and purpose.