Interred kicks off on a dark, stormy night in backwoods Vermont. When protagonist Baxter glimpses an eighteenth-century teen lurking in her backyard, she questions her own sanity before doubting the space-time continuum. But when her estranged cousin Fred barges into the family's farmhouse, he brings good and bad news. On the plus side, Baxter's psyche remains, for the time being, intact. The bad news?
Winter of Elves is a magical story about Aly and her sister, Emily. Aly has special powers. Aly, her grandmother, and her little sister all share these powers. When an injured wolf shows up near the elf village, everyone is dismayed. Aly and her grandmother hurry to heal the wolf and keep it hidden.
My Diary from the Edge of the World is a book written in the form of a diary. It is about Gracie Lockwood giving her point of view of a magical trip. Gracie is an ordinary girl in an extraordinary world, a world with mermaids and dragons and sasquatches, oh my! It also has Black Clouds, which take away the people who are going to die, and bring them to Heaven. Gracie comes back home one day after school and a Black Cloud is at her house. The Black Cloud comes for Gracie's little brother, Sam, so the Lockwoods leave to find the Extraordinary World.
This book is about two men named Rick Brand and Jake Desmet, and Jake's cousin Veronica. This group of friends came together through family, and the Brand and Desmet shipping company. The company ships magical items, weapons and cursed relics of unknown origins.
Whipeye is about two kids, Samantha and Jake, and their friend Charlie, the almost 1000 year old parrot. In the book, they discover the magical land of KiraKu and its inhabitants, the giant magical animals called the Great Ones and the ancient staff Whipeye.
In sixteen-year-old Nina Kane’s world, the Church is not a place of worship, but rather a dictatorial government. Its influential leaders rant about the dangers of demons, and it’s only an elite group of exorcists that stop hordes of the evil creatures from feeding on the entire population’s souls.
Chantarelle is the second book in The Five Stones Trilogy. When The Fog of Forgetting ended, the five kids had just returned home from their first adventure in Ayda. Unfortunately, they had no memory of their journey because they had to come through the Fog of Forgetting.
Now their parents are worried about them; they are acting strangely. Added to that is the fact that Frankie has fallen ill to a mysterious disease. So their parents have a good reason to be worried.
In this book there are 3 children: Ronan, Grota, and Sammy. They must protect the world by defeating Ronan's dad with the help of Ronan's mom and her friends, who have amazing fighting skills and magical abilities. They want to teach the three children everything they know before it is too late. A lot of stress is on the shoulders of the heroes.
When Mary wakes up not knowing anything about anyone, traveling on a train to a car with a woman she does not know, heading to the Greyache house with people who she has never met, she is quite uncomfortable and uneasy.