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Dark Tide : Onslaught

Star Wars : The New Jedi Order #2

by Michael A. Stackpole

In this epic of unsurpassed action and imagination, Michael Stackpole helps to launch an exciting era in Star Wars® history. ONSLAUGHT pits the battle-tested heroes of the past--Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, and...


The American

Ryan Kealey #1

by Andrew Britton

CIA agent Ryan Kealey has no time to wrestle his demons. Former U.S. soldier Jason March, one of the world's deadliest assassins and Ryan's former protégé, is now working with a powerful terror network whose...


Drawn Blades

Fallen Blade #5

by Kelly McCullough

Once one of the world's greatest assassins, Aral Kingslayer has finally reclaimed his swords and his soul. But the forces that destroyed his patron Namara twelve years ago are still there, waiting, and his past...


Pygmy

by Chuck Palahniuk

A gang of adolescent terrorists, a spelling bee, and a terrible plan masquerading as a science project: This is Operation Havoc.

 

Pygmy is one of a handful of young adults from a totalitarian state sent to the...


Hellfire

Theirs Not To Reason Why #3

by Jean Johnson

Her story began in the national bestsellers A Soldier's Duty and An Officer's Duty. Now Ia is captain and commander at the helm of Hellfire, where she is finally free to chart the course for the fulfillment...


The Magic Kingdom of Landover  Volume 2

by Terry Brooks

Now in one thrilling volume–experience the magic, the intrigue, and the exciting escapades of the final two novels in Terry Brooks’s spellbinding Magic Kingdom of Landover series

All appears well with Ben...


A Princess of Landover

Magic Kingdom of Landover #6

by Terry Brooks

BONUS: This edition contains an excerpt from Terry Brooks's Bearers of the Black Staff.

Ben Holiday, mere mortal turned monarch of the magic kingdom of Landover, has grappled with numerous contenders for his...


Memories of Ice

The Malazan Book of the Fallen #3

by Steven Erikson

The ravaged continent of Genabackis has given birth to a terrifying new empire: the Pannion Domin. Like a tide of corrupted blood, it seethes across the land, devouring all. In its path stands an uneasy alliance:...


The Crippled God

The Malazan Book of the Fallen #10

by Steven Erikson

Savaged by the K’Chain Nah’Ruk, the Bonehunters march for Kolanse, where waits an unknown fate.  Tormented by questions, the army totters on the edge of mutiny, but Adjunct Tavore will not relent.  One...


The Western Collection

by L. Ron Hubbard

Wrangle with some of the finest renegades, outlaws and dangerous desperados in the wild, wild west.  Saddle up for excitement with these riveting tales of the Old West that appeared in the pages of the most...


Falling

by Christopher Pike

In Falling, Christopher Pike explores the depth and breadth of human emotion through two brilliantly etched characters: Kelly Feinman, who pays a terrible price to understand the nature of true evil; and Matt...


The Articles of Empire

Defense Command #16

by Kenneth Tam

With war officially ended, one major question continued to loom over the Earth Empire: what would become of the institution of the throne? Fearful of the danger to the Articles of Empire, both the Venusian Lords...


The Pax Terra

Defense Command #15

by Kenneth Tam

Few people realize the greatest threat faced by the Earth Empire during the period of the Martian War came not from without, but within. As efforts at peace led towards the signing of an official treaty with...


The Egesta Crisis

Defense Command #14

by Kenneth Tam

The first phase of the humanitarian crisis on Egesta was examined in the fourth book of the Martian War series, The Independent Squadron. Now Ken Barron completes that story, explaining what took place on the...


The Mars Convention

Defense Command #13

by Kenneth Tam

While the end of 2233 saw the cessation of hostilities between Mars and the Earth Empire, the war had not in fact ended. Achieving peace through diplomacy would be the first great challenge confronting the Empire...


The Fleet Clash

Defense Command #12

by Kenneth Tam

The final fleet battle of the Martian War set First Lord John Fiora and Defense Command's elite Bonaventure-class battleships against their Martian Tharsis-class counterparts, then under the command of Asteroid-born...


The Mercury Assault

Defense Command #11

by Kenneth Tam

After the loss of the Forge, First Lord John Fiora and Admiral Greg Noyce decided to surprise the Martians by striking their outer capital. The resulting campaign led to the only planetary invasion in human...


The Forge Fires

Defense Command #10

by Kenneth Tam

The fall of the Forge in 2233 was perhaps the most devastating setback suffered by Defense Command during the Martian War. In The Forge Fires, then-Rear Admiral Ken Barron examines the reasons for the base's...


The Jupiter Patrol

Defense Command #6

by Kenneth Tam

What remained of the original Belt Squadron was designated the 'Jupiter Force' at the end of 2231, and in March of 2232, Rear Admiral Ken Barron led this formation to investigate the silence at the corporately-owned...


The Gallant Few

Defense Command #5

by Kenneth Tam

The arrival of 2232 saw the Belt Squadron's Captains scattered, with Marshall Samuels and Wes Pellew both taking on their own squadron commands. While those venerable officers were settling into new assignments,...