Check out some of the books that have come through our program!
After being forced to go on a supernatural search for Angels, Takeya encounters a series of peculiar events that change his life forever. Together, he and the cute and whimsical Ayumi scour for clues as to who or what may be creating the catastrophic events plaguing their small, snow-laden town. When they uncover secrets hidden in plain sight, the two high school students realize that the world as they know it may come to an end.
Will a miracle save them? Or will this winter be the last one they ever see?
She was an impoverished tomboy who always ended up in the midst of a fight. Living her life on the edge, she never flinched nor knew what the words 'giving up' meant.
Although life was hard, her pure and bright personality never suffered. However, her only weak point was quickly grasped by the notorious and feared CEO Xie Jingyu, who not only owned a business empire but according to rumors also had a lot of secret businesses in his hands.
After saving the tycoon's life, she only had one request - money! Unfortunately, Xie Jingyu was not willing to let go of her just yet, and he pursued her with a relentlessness that made her breathless, a shamelessness that made her blush.
Unable to get away from the overwhelming CEO, her only option was to counterattack, playing a game of cat and mouse. never giving in, never surrendering, but never wholly rejecting either.
Anger. Pain. Happiness and sorrow. Lev left them all behind as he faded into the void. What of his victory? Had all his hardships been for naught? His dreams and enemies slowly slipped from his grasp as he was transmigrated into another body. He wanted to see the world change, but that opportunity was stolen from him — Or was it?
Shackled by slavery and cursed as a social outcast, Lev must claw his way up a new social ladder laden with abuse and destruction.
"Although the body is dead, its military soul has not been extinguished." These are words that Luo Zhirou's father has told her time and time again.
For peace and freedom, countless soldiers sacrificed their lives, only to stumble at the last step.
Forced to live in the Empire where her soldiers had died, live under the ruler who had ordered her people's death, Luo Zhirou knows all too well that ten years is not too long to wait for revenge.
Revenge for her people. Hope for a reunion with her mother. Life is far from easy for Luo Zhirou as she finds that she possesses the Five Elements of the Royal Sky.
On a Continent where peaceful times are swiftly coming to an end, witness the rise of a young slave as he tries to climb to the peak of power. With a little luck gifted by the heavens and the determination to continue striving to be the best, will he become a figure who stands above all others or will he be another insignificant bump in history?
Inspired by urban fantasy and xuanhuan novels, To Fling a Light follows Aster Newton, a wielder of obscure powers, as he returns to Singapore after a round of training. Previously a supernatural agent for hire, he’s seen many things that go bump in the night, but that’s currently the least of his concerns to his impoverished self.
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