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Earth Quest by Perry and Brinkley

Brinkley and Perry by: Kathleen Perry and Ginny Brinkley

Imagine what life would be like if our beloved planet were to become uninhabitable, either because of our own failings or from forces beyond our control. Would we have sufficient technology to be able to travel the unfathomable distances in space for years, perhaps thousands of years, in search of a new homeland?

The Enlilliians, remants of an ancient civilization, experienced such a fate. A select few had escaped from their planet before it was incinerated by their ever-expanding sun. These survivors, confined to their giant spaceship, hoped that their search for a new home – and a new food source – would end within a few generations. Their quest seemed hopeless. That is, until they came across a little planet called Earth – and a biologist named Dr. William Lance.

List Price: 14.95 / Web Price: 7.00

Olivia’s Favorites by Joyce Davidson

 Joyce Davidson In Moss Grove Pennsylvania, the outstanding 1898 graduating class includes young people ready to burst forth to find success at new ventures. Olivia Arbusson, their teacher, breaks the rules to expand their education with the blessing of Headmaster Miffle. Eleven members of the class make up Olivia’s favorites, and they are thrust into various journeys when fate cuts down their original aspirations. New Your City beckons them. The Gold Rush entices them. California lures them. Heartaches goad them on to unplanned adventures, which test those who are brave enough to taste life on their terms at the birth of a new century.

List Price: 18.95 / Web Price: $5

When Evils Converge by Pat Van Dorn

Pat Van Dorn Robert Milhouse, a prominent banker in Florence Kentucky, and his wife never dreamt that sending their only child away to boarding school would cause her to feel neglected and unloved. After all, given their position in the community it was the right and proper thing to do. They didn’t realize and probably didn’t care how this small decision would have a negative and powerful effect on so many people.

Bobbie Jo, their daughter, cared only about herself, staying thin and having fun – which usually meant having sex with every man she met. She passed her warped ideas about what was important in life to her children who, in turn, twisted those lessons into a strange and subtle abuse of their own children.

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Realm by Gertie Poole

Gertie Poole Before the Dark Ages, creatures of magic lived in harmony with the mortal world. With the introduction of new religions, the magicals were branded as demonic and the persecution began. It was a seller’s market and unicorns, griffins, and dragons were slaughtered for tokens of their powers. Having no other recourse, the members of the magical community met to plan their escape from the genocide taking place. Ancient magic, held in secret by the mighty dragons, enabled them to create a realm of their own, safe from the mortal world, yet keeping a portal open so they could pass through undetected. In their absence, the demonic forces gained a foothold, and the mortal world plunged into its darkest times. But with the onslaught of the Inquisition, the demons too, were persecuted and forced to create their own world, known as the Dark Realm.

List Price: 16.95 / Web Special: $5