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Young adult title tags: Beyond .:. The Aznadac Heir .:. Jonathan's Locket .:. Sydney's Song .:. Tainted Love .:. Endor the Wizard .:. The Silver Sphere .:. A Woman of Purpose .:. Dominica's Castle .:. Sweetest Taboo .:. Mana .:. Finding Normal .:. DJ MacDONALD .:. The Way of Cain .:. Warriors of Change .:. The Secret of the Sacred Scarab .:. To Live and Die for Dance .:. The Tale of Edgar Trunk .:. The Last Hope of Mankind .:. Hex, A Witch and Angel Tale .:. Misfit Academy .:. Mysteries of the Red Coyote Inn .:.
Young adult author tags: Ron Teachworth .:. Lorraine Carey .:. John R. Garland .:. Michael Dadich .:. Arkay Evans .:. Wilma Andrews .:. Eva Márquez .:. Asher Tensei .:. Christopher Holloway .:. Ralph L. Angelo Jr. .:. Corie Laraya-Coutts .:. Hanne Lore Koehler .:. David B Hathcock .:. Fiona Ingram .:. Ramona Wray .:. Francine Paino .:. Jason O. Silva .:. Mukhtar Farid .:. P.H.C. Marchesi .:. Lisa R. Petty .:. Lorraine Carey .:.
Olympic fever runs high in the Australian summer of 1999 and 17-year-old Sydney has caught it. Little does she know taking a holiday job in the beehive that is the Olympics' public-transport call centre will be life altering. She is trying to negotiate her parents’ divorce, abusive callers, obnoxious government agencies, constrictive office rules, and liberated friends as her own personal Olympics when Pete sees through her tough outer shell. This former child prodigy from Boston knows what it takes to present a dignified front when all you want to do is howl at the moon. Treating their friendship like an art, Pete invests time and creative effort to pull Sydney out of her despair.
Tragedy strikes when an accident leaves Pete with a major brain injury in a Boston hospital. When the going gets very, very tough, will you abandon the one who has promised to love you until he dies?
Set in Sydney and Boston where heartbreaks are juxtaposed with humor, SYDNEY’S SONG by Ia Uaro is a humorous fiction, adventure, coming of age, and love story that follows an undefeatable girl's courageous journey to adulthood.
"Sydney’s Song a warm and enjoyable coming-of-age tale." - KIRKUS REVIEWS
YA Fiction Novels >> Coming-of-Age Adventure >> Socio Fiction
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To Live and Die for Dance
BALLET’S DRAMAS – REAL AND IMAGINED
To Live and Die for Dance is a Young Adult mystery/ ghost drama. The story's central crime and paranormal activity are fiction; the struggle for success in this rarefied atmosphere is not.
Ballet provides a natural environment for behind the scenes high-drama. It is generated by virtue of its strict discipline, illusion of ease, the shortness of its stage life for any one ballet dancer, as well as its knife-like competitiveness, as demonstrated by reality shows such as Breaking Pointe and Dance Moms.
Witness the struggles of an aspiring young adult ballet dancer who is unwillingly plunged into paranormal activity while she struggles through the difficulties of becoming a professional. Delve into a deliciously haunting story of an old, unsolved crime.
"An enjoyable read from start to finish, the author shows great insight into the professional world of dance, crafting a fascinating adventure of an 18-year-old girl who gets caught up in the dance world, begins to see a ghost that is haunting the dance studio, and then agrees to help the ghost capture her killer." - Hollywood Book Festival.
Young Adult Fiction Novels >> Paranormal
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A Collection of Metaphysical Short Stories
Beyond’s young adult short stories cross cultures and take place in settings from North America to Europe. A metaphysical / religious motif binds the collection, and stories are set in times dating back to 1932—when swing dancing in Detroit was the rage—to a recent state science competition in New Mexico. “Play” deals with a girl’s attempt to mitigate her feelings about violence in the home; in “Callanish Stones”, a young boy is found on a remote beach in Scotland, barely alive; “Finding Edith Allen” centers on a young woman in search of her birth mother; and “Mont. St. Michel” tells the story of a child raised by a Bishop in France. The short stories are traditional storytelling with a focus on character, setting, and an event. In “Mind Over Maelstrom” Clare has a gift she keeps secret from birth until a violent storm overcomes her neighborhood; and “Marker at Yellowknife” takes the reader to one of the most remote locations in North America along the shores of the Great Slave Lake. The stories mix male and female protagonists with families and friends, often in school settings, and allow each reader to discover something new.
Fiction Novels >> >> Short Stories >> Metaphysical Adventure
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Book One: A Tale of a Malipayon Warrior
DJ MacDonald is a normal high school student in Guelph, Ontario. Like many fourteen-year-old Canadian boys, DJ's life revolves around hockey, but he is not as normal as he appears. Tormented by vivid visions of strange creatures, and haunted by apparitions from another world, DJ leaves for a family reunion in the Philippines.
When DJ returns to his roots, he learns of a family secret and is thrust into a deep sea world where monstrous sea ogres exist. As DJ leads a Malipayon warrior mission to rescue a dying prisoner held captive somewhere in the deepest ocean chasm, only time will tell if faith, honor, and magic spells will be enough to overcome the evil that lurks beneath the sea.
Young Adult Fiction Novels >> Fantasy Adventure
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This book is about a pioneer family who made sacrifices so they could come to the USA and make a better life for their family and all the generations to follow. More specifically it is about an emigrant family who leaves a small village in Switzerland and immigrates to Independence, KS. The book is ultimately about a "one of a kind" home, built by immigrants and can be seen by any visitor to southeast Kansas.
Young Adult Fiction Novels >> Historical Adventure
Huntress Book Reviews says, "Here is the beginning of what promises to be a compelling series! For anyone as young as nine to anyone over one hundred. This author grabs on to readers quickly and holds on to them as tight as Super Glue until the very end."
Young Adult >> Fantasy
The Siege Of Ka'an
Book Two in the New Roman Empire Series
Attalee, a twelve year old boy king, must face the threat of a barbarian army that outnumbers his own, three to one. It was tactics that helped him win the Battle for Ka’an and the story continues as Attalee realizes that skillful strategy must be used, if the New Roman Empire is to survive, The Siege of Ka’an.
Fiction Novels >> Fantasy >> Science Fiction