Dragonforge, by James Maxey, is the sequel to Bitterwood, which was one of my favorite books of 2007.
With Shandrazel now dead, his son has become king and is determined to bring about the end of kings and establish a commonwealth. But not all of the dragons and humans agree with his method of peace. Hatred and vengeance runs deep. And when the villainous Blasphet escapes from prison, he contributes to the dissention and chaos in the land.
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A little while back, I made the top ten list of “fan sites” for the upcoming Hellboy II: The Golden Army movie. One of the freebies I received was Hellboy II: the Art of the Movie. Containing the final shooting script, which I will not be reading until I see the movie (I don’t want any spoilers) and plenty of fantastic photos of screenshots and artwork, from beginning–to-end stages, this visual companion is a stunning collection from one of my most highly anticipation movies of the summer!
The Crystal Skullem>, by Manda Scott
As a wedding gift, Kitt brings his new wife Stella to a cave where he believes Cedric Owen’s legendary crystal skull is located. But when they find the skull, their lives are endangered. Someone is willing to kill to get his hands on it. And supposedly the skull has a curse on it. Can Stella uncover the truth behind the skull and get the skull to its resting place before time runs out?
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Moonstruck, by Susan Grant, is the first in her new scifi/romance Borderlands series.
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Touch of Twilight, by Vicki Pettersson, is the 3rd installment in her Sign of the Zodiac series.
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Get a historic look at the millionaire industrialist-turned metal head, Tony Stark, in Iron Man: Beneath the Armor, by Andy Mangels.
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The Host, by Stephenie Meyer, is an exciting and thought-provoking post-invasion story.
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