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"Over $15 of books for only 99 cents? Impossible for fans of fantasy and superheroes to pass up!" An impressive collection of the most powerful voices in Urban Fantasy today The heroes in these hand-selected 10 books are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab. Some of these tales fit neatly into sci-fi or fantasy categori "Over $15 of books for only 99 cents? Impossible for fans of fantasy and superheroes to pass up!" An impressive collection of the most powerful voices in Urban Fantasy today The heroes in these hand-selected 10 books are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab. Some of these tales fit neatly into sci-fi or fantasy categories, but many fall into the wonderful gap between. For example, what do you call a story with ghosts and magic, plus high-tech devices? Which genre do mutants fall into? Or genetically-modified superhumans? The 10 tales contained within this bundle (congrats on discovering this great bargain, by the way!) stretch the limits of imagination while blurring genre boundaries. What they do have in common is originality, and some of the most compelling, unique voices in publishing today. Ready to dive in? Included books are from different authors and may be read in any order. Lengths vary. Please note: some stories contain mature subject matter; all are appropriately labeled. INCLUDED IN THIS 10-BOOK BUNDLE: About Last Night by T. Paulin (130 pages - Paranormal Mystery) A geeky delivery driver with ADD becomes a ghost detective and solves his first haunting. Comedic with touches of horror. First in series, no cliffhanger. Published June 2014, first time in an anthology. Sterling (Mageri Series Book 1) by Dannika Dark (376 pages - Urban Fantasy Romance) A young woman must let go of her past in order to accept her future as an immortal Mage. Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper (Book 1) by J. L. Bryan (296 pages - Paranormal Mystery) Ellie specializes in removing restless ghosts from haunted houses, but her new case turns out to be darker and more dangerous than she ever expected. First in series, no cliffhanger. Originally released September 2014, first time in an anthology. Accession (Sarath Web) by Terah Edun (256 pages - Young Adult Fantasy) Sixteen year old Katherine Thompson leads a boring life—until her sister is killed in a horrifying accident and she’s forced to take on the responsibility of heir to the coven throne. Code Breakers: Alpha by Colin F. Barnes (260 pages - Sci-Fi / Cyberpunk) In a post-apocalyptic world, humanity comes under threat from a deadly Artificial Intelligence. Gerry Cardle, coder extraordinaire, is the only one who can save mankind, even if it means sacrificing everything he has ever loved. Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) by Kate Danley (288 pages - Urban Fantasy) When monsters appear in Los Angeles, Maggie MacKay is on the job. Her latest gig? To stop the vampires from turning Tinseltown into an all-you-can-kill buffet. Flaming Dove by Daniel Arenson (352 pages - Dark, Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy) Outcast from Hell. Banished from Heaven. Lost on Earth. Laira’s mother was an angel, her father a demon. As Heaven and Hell battle around her, Laira’s own war rages between her two halves. Alone (Girl in the Box #1) by Robert J. Crane (220 pages - Urban Fantasy) A young woman held prisoner in her own house for a decade finds herself on the run and discovering mysterious powers she never knew she had. Crystal Magic (Clearwater Witches) by Madeline Freeman (320 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy) Magic can be as dangerous as fire, as Kristyl Barnette is about to learn. When a curse threatens someone she loves, witches could help her, but is dealing in magic worth the consequences? Feyland: The First Adventure by Anthea Sharp (65 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy) High-tech gaming and ancient magic collide when a young woman hacks into a computer game that opens a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie.


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"Over $15 of books for only 99 cents? Impossible for fans of fantasy and superheroes to pass up!" An impressive collection of the most powerful voices in Urban Fantasy today The heroes in these hand-selected 10 books are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab. Some of these tales fit neatly into sci-fi or fantasy categori "Over $15 of books for only 99 cents? Impossible for fans of fantasy and superheroes to pass up!" An impressive collection of the most powerful voices in Urban Fantasy today The heroes in these hand-selected 10 books are all spectacular, whether born with special abilities or created, by choice or by science lab. Some of these tales fit neatly into sci-fi or fantasy categories, but many fall into the wonderful gap between. For example, what do you call a story with ghosts and magic, plus high-tech devices? Which genre do mutants fall into? Or genetically-modified superhumans? The 10 tales contained within this bundle (congrats on discovering this great bargain, by the way!) stretch the limits of imagination while blurring genre boundaries. What they do have in common is originality, and some of the most compelling, unique voices in publishing today. Ready to dive in? Included books are from different authors and may be read in any order. Lengths vary. Please note: some stories contain mature subject matter; all are appropriately labeled. INCLUDED IN THIS 10-BOOK BUNDLE: About Last Night by T. Paulin (130 pages - Paranormal Mystery) A geeky delivery driver with ADD becomes a ghost detective and solves his first haunting. Comedic with touches of horror. First in series, no cliffhanger. Published June 2014, first time in an anthology. Sterling (Mageri Series Book 1) by Dannika Dark (376 pages - Urban Fantasy Romance) A young woman must let go of her past in order to accept her future as an immortal Mage. Ellie Jordan, Ghost Trapper (Book 1) by J. L. Bryan (296 pages - Paranormal Mystery) Ellie specializes in removing restless ghosts from haunted houses, but her new case turns out to be darker and more dangerous than she ever expected. First in series, no cliffhanger. Originally released September 2014, first time in an anthology. Accession (Sarath Web) by Terah Edun (256 pages - Young Adult Fantasy) Sixteen year old Katherine Thompson leads a boring life—until her sister is killed in a horrifying accident and she’s forced to take on the responsibility of heir to the coven throne. Code Breakers: Alpha by Colin F. Barnes (260 pages - Sci-Fi / Cyberpunk) In a post-apocalyptic world, humanity comes under threat from a deadly Artificial Intelligence. Gerry Cardle, coder extraordinaire, is the only one who can save mankind, even if it means sacrificing everything he has ever loved. Maggie for Hire (Maggie MacKay: Magical Tracker) by Kate Danley (288 pages - Urban Fantasy) When monsters appear in Los Angeles, Maggie MacKay is on the job. Her latest gig? To stop the vampires from turning Tinseltown into an all-you-can-kill buffet. Flaming Dove by Daniel Arenson (352 pages - Dark, Post-Apocalyptic Fantasy) Outcast from Hell. Banished from Heaven. Lost on Earth. Laira’s mother was an angel, her father a demon. As Heaven and Hell battle around her, Laira’s own war rages between her two halves. Alone (Girl in the Box #1) by Robert J. Crane (220 pages - Urban Fantasy) A young woman held prisoner in her own house for a decade finds herself on the run and discovering mysterious powers she never knew she had. Crystal Magic (Clearwater Witches) by Madeline Freeman (320 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy) Magic can be as dangerous as fire, as Kristyl Barnette is about to learn. When a curse threatens someone she loves, witches could help her, but is dealing in magic worth the consequences? Feyland: The First Adventure by Anthea Sharp (65 pages - Young Adult Urban Fantasy) High-tech gaming and ancient magic collide when a young woman hacks into a computer game that opens a gateway to the treacherous Realm of Faerie.

30 review for HEROES Urban Fantasy and Super Powers Bundle #1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Dannika Dark

  2. 4 out of 5

    Bobbi

    About Last Night - This was a fast and fun read. Eli, Khan, and Valentine had me smiling and shaking my head. Not sure what's up with Eli's girlfriend Brenda or his obsession with the ring. It all made me laugh. All in all this story is quite comical with a bit of strange thrown in. The characters are flushed out well and the descriptions of things help you feel like you're right there watching it all. It left me wanting more. Review of the rest of the books to come. About Last Night - This was a fast and fun read. Eli, Khan, and Valentine had me smiling and shaking my head. Not sure what's up with Eli's girlfriend Brenda or his obsession with the ring. It all made me laugh. All in all this story is quite comical with a bit of strange thrown in. The characters are flushed out well and the descriptions of things help you feel like you're right there watching it all. It left me wanting more. Review of the rest of the books to come.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bridgette South

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I WILL UPDATE THIS REVIEW AS I READ THE OTHER STORIES WITHIN!! STERELING:::** spoiler alert ** Ok, first things first I have never been SO on the sidelines in a book as much as I was when I read this book! I DREAMT about READING IT (no, not being in the book, or having fantasies about the hunks in this book, (of which there were quite a few to choose from... Adam being my FAV so far) but I dreamt the words on the page and actually READING the book) whenever I fell asleep reading because I was no I WILL UPDATE THIS REVIEW AS I READ THE OTHER STORIES WITHIN!! STERELING:::** spoiler alert ** Ok, first things first I have never been SO on the sidelines in a book as much as I was when I read this book! I DREAMT about READING IT (no, not being in the book, or having fantasies about the hunks in this book, (of which there were quite a few to choose from... Adam being my FAV so far) but I dreamt the words on the page and actually READING the book) whenever I fell asleep reading because I was not able to find a "good stopping point" (as my best friend calls it) because THERE WASN'T A GOOD STOPPING POINT!!! I have never been laughing so hard from Page ONE in anything besides the Sunday comics as a kid... Might I just begin this all by saying.... Sterling is the first book in the Mageri series by Dannika Dark, and by far my reason for loss of sleep the last 2 days... That is right!! I read this book cover to cover in 2 days.. (I have a three year old mind you so she had to be cared for otherwise I am positive I would have finished it faster lol)We begin the story as Zoë in bed and after a short persuasive call from her BFF Sunny, they went out for a night out. At the end of their evening, Sunny drops Zoë off at a train station for her to make her way home on her own from there. Zoë's night however was not going to end as simply as she intended. On her way home Zoë is aprehended by force by a strange man who KILLS HER!!! That was what kept me reading!! The MAIN character of the book DIES in the first chapter!! I was shocked to say the least!! Hours pass and Zoë awakens in the back of an ambulance in a friggin body bag! She frees herself and manages to take off through the woods and comes across Adam Razor **swoon** who takes her back to his home and cares for her! When Zoë awakens she sees that her hair (originally red) was jet black and her eyes now bright vibrant green! Even her voice was different..! Zoë and Adam after a few small feats of whether or not to trust the dutiful hero come to a very warming relationship (platonic however since she ZAPPED him when he kissed her). Adam is a photographer and ex-military ends up getting a photography gig in Tennessee and brings Zoë along for the ride after realizing that that the man that killed her was hunting her down. While in TN, Zoë decides that being this far from her killer that she would be safe enough to go out to a bar and encounters Justus. From Zoë's description of Justus, he is a very well built brick sex appeal marinated powerhouse! While leaving the bar (accompanied by Justus as his chivalry begins to show just a bit) Zoë is approached by some men and while trying to protect her we learn that Zoë is not human, but Mage. Justus accompanies Adam(who by this time has not only found Zoë but managed to think she needed rescuing from Justus) and Zoë to Adam's hotel room where he tells the pair that the man that "killed" her was a creator of Mage and that Zoë was his creation. Justus warns Adam that she needs to be taught and that there are laws set in place by the Breed (basically anything non-human) that Zoë needed to learn and that Adam could not properly teach Zoë or protect her. So, having been given Justus' business card, Zoë calls him and is then taken by him to the council. (They are basically, the law-keepers.) Justus is made Zoë's Ghuardian (yessiree, I spelled it right.. ). Zoe, making great headway in her training with Justus and beginning to gain a grasp of the Mage history and laws, is rather abruptly introduced to Simon. Simon holds secrets himself as we come to learn later on that he too was forcefully made Mage as well. Simon is a breath of fresh air however when he gets Justus to let his guard down and allow the three of them to go out for a night on the town. but avast.... while out, Zoë(here on out called Learner as that is her title within the Mage, a new baby-like Mage... and learning... hence, "Learner") is attacked by a juicer(a Mage that for all intensive purposes seems like a light(Mage power) addict(much like a heroin addict). The learner is taken back to Justus' home by Simon and NEARLY succumbs to his allure and sex appeal but they are interrupted by the homecoming of Justus and that comes to a screeching halt. A little later on(this book is fast paced, you go from chapter to chapter and jump in time as you turn your page) we find out that the learner's creator has stepped forth in the eyes of the Council and intended to claim her (Mage law states your creator owns you until he decides you can be free...not my favorite part but her, you can't like everything in a book can ya? lol). Justus and Simon decide that this was not going to be left alone and upon awarding the learner back to her creator he gives the learner a name (since in the Mage law, you abandon your name and are GIVEN one by your creator) and her creator names her Silver. The Counsel decides that since Silver's creation was not common, that in a week the parties would return and someone could fight to have Silver. Then Samil(Silver's creator) takes her back to his house and puts her in a basement and literally beats her and tries to get her to beg to be healed... (oh forgot to mention that tidbit.... Mage are immortal... and heal faster... so Silver was not able to be killed per-se' and could heal faster than a human, but another Mage could heal her if he/she decided) Also, while down in her creator's basement Silver is pimped out for her light to a man that appears to be paying Samil to create Mage and sell to him. After the tables are turned on Samil by his dealmaker, Samil decides to go out and kill Silver to stop the dealmaker from having leverage or trying to take his cut basically. Samil hesitates and decides to "taste" Silver's light just the same as he was allowing his dealmaker to do daily and has a FAST change of mind and decides to KEEP Silver because we learn she is a Unique (not much known on this subject other than it a very VERY special Mage Type and is not seen often... Having given Simon and Justus her location (like how I did that hmm? didn't tell you when or how, just that she had..... wanna find out how?? read the book.. hehe) they come to her rescue just in the knick of time. While Silver had been away, Simon and Justus had contacted Adam and decided that HE would be the one to fight for Silver. Since the Council would level the playing field, this meant that Adam could get the revenge on Samil that he has been seeking for apparently a LOT longer that the night he met Silver(as Zoë). In the end of this all, the battle takes place with my on the edge of the couch cheering in dead silence at my Kindle for Adam to kick Samil's ass and Adam wins....barely. Adam retained a fatal wounding throughout the fight that he would have died from if another option had not been presented him by an unsuspecting member of the scene (Im not tellin... so there... :-P ) and Silver is placed back with her Ghuardian(Justus) and taken home. Like I said I loved this book!! If you are looking for a bunch of sex and erotica, keep moving because nobody has sex in this book.... a few close calls.... but nothing completed. BUT if you are looking for a new book, with twists and turns all along the way and moments that you are laughing your ass off one sentence and then gasping in shock and yelling at characters to do your bidding.... then this is the book for you!! I can not wait to read Twist and see what else happens in this series!! I give it 5 shields!!!! (I would give it 10 if it was an option!! lol but alas, I stuck with the 5 star rating method widely used by every site I have found!! lol Like I said I loved this book!! If you are looking for a bunch of sex and erotica, keep moving because nobody has sex in this book.... a few close calls.... but nothing completed. BUT if you are looking for a new book, with twists and turns all along the way and moments that you are laughing your ass off one sentence and then gasping in shock and yelling at characters to do your bidding.... then this is the book for you!! I can not wait to read Twist and see what else happens in this series!! I give it 5 shields!!!! (I would give it 10 if it was an option!! lol but alas, I stuck with the 5 star rating method widely used by every site I have found!! lol Like I said I loved this book!! If you are looking for a bunch of sex and erotica, keep moving because nobody has sex in this book.... a few close calls.... but nothing completed. BUT if you are looking for a new book, with twists and turns all along the way and moments that you are laughing your ass off one sentence and then gasping in shock and yelling at characters to do your bidding.... then this is the book for you!! I can not wait to read Twist and see what else happens in this series!!I give it 5 shields!!!! (I would give it 10 if it was an option!! lol but alas, I stuck with the 5 star rating method widely used by every site I have found!! lol

  4. 4 out of 5

    Deann Lopez

    Just got this bundle a few days ago, and haven't really read all of the stories yet, but Definitely plan on finishing this book in a few days. If you are a lover of Sci-fi, Vampires, Magic/witchcraft, and spirits/paranormal... this is the bundle for you! This book has ten wonderful authors to choose from and each book/novella is an introduction to a series. What more can you ask for, at a price you can't beat. I will have a few more authors on my Goodreads after this series for sure! PS...I am su Just got this bundle a few days ago, and haven't really read all of the stories yet, but Definitely plan on finishing this book in a few days. If you are a lover of Sci-fi, Vampires, Magic/witchcraft, and spirits/paranormal... this is the bundle for you! This book has ten wonderful authors to choose from and each book/novella is an introduction to a series. What more can you ask for, at a price you can't beat. I will have a few more authors on my Goodreads after this series for sure! PS...I am sure not everyone will like what some of the authors may have to offer (according to one of the reviews on Amazon), but there is definitely something in here for everyone...That's the beauty of a bundle! ;-)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Magdalena Hai

    Pulahdus englanninkieliseen supersankari-YA:han. Aika kevyttä höttöä suurimmaksi osaksi, mutta joukossa oli sellaisiakin tarinoita, jotka viihdyttivät sellaisenaan tai joiden jatko-osat voisi kuvitella lukevansa. Daniel Arensonin Flaming Dovessa oli enkeleitä, piruja ja eeppistä menoa. Loppuratkaisu ei ihan puhutellut, muuten varsin mukiinmenevä rähinäkirja. Ellie Jordanin Ghost Trapper taas oli rehellinen, suoraviivainen kummitustarina, mikä kieltämättä vähän epäilytti (voiko aiheesta vielä ker Pulahdus englanninkieliseen supersankari-YA:han. Aika kevyttä höttöä suurimmaksi osaksi, mutta joukossa oli sellaisiakin tarinoita, jotka viihdyttivät sellaisenaan tai joiden jatko-osat voisi kuvitella lukevansa. Daniel Arensonin Flaming Dovessa oli enkeleitä, piruja ja eeppistä menoa. Loppuratkaisu ei ihan puhutellut, muuten varsin mukiinmenevä rähinäkirja. Ellie Jordanin Ghost Trapper taas oli rehellinen, suoraviivainen kummitustarina, mikä kieltämättä vähän epäilytti (voiko aiheesta vielä kertoa jotain uutta?), mutta teos oli lopulta varsin virkistävä lisä bundleen. Suosikikseni kirjoista nousi kuitenkin lopulta Kate Danleyn Maggie for Hire. Päähenkilön asenne oli loistava, sivuhenkilöissä kivasti potentiaalia ja suhde yltiöseksikkääseen haltiasidekickiin sopivasti outo.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Donna Hokanson

    I've only read one of the books so far but it was a great story. The Panther's Quest 5 stars High Tech paranormal This is a great book introducing the world from Chay’s point of view of the series Taken by the Panther. Very high Tech and fast paced throughout the book. Well written and very enjoyable to read. Could not put down once started. We find there all levels of good and bad, but it’s what the end goal is that matters. I was given a copy for an honest review. I've only read one of the books so far but it was a great story. The Panther's Quest 5 stars High Tech paranormal This is a great book introducing the world from Chay’s point of view of the series Taken by the Panther. Very high Tech and fast paced throughout the book. Well written and very enjoyable to read. Could not put down once started. We find there all levels of good and bad, but it’s what the end goal is that matters. I was given a copy for an honest review.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Francesca

    I honestly don't review collections/bundles because reviewing the bundles to me seems as if I'm trying to review Chicago style pizza joint and a New York style pizza joint in the same review. I do wish that the editors would look at the individual books closely. One of the books in the series was very poorly edited and it led to one of my worst critiques ever. But, overall, I like the quality and quantity of books that I got for $.99. I honestly don't review collections/bundles because reviewing the bundles to me seems as if I'm trying to review Chicago style pizza joint and a New York style pizza joint in the same review. I do wish that the editors would look at the individual books closely. One of the books in the series was very poorly edited and it led to one of my worst critiques ever. But, overall, I like the quality and quantity of books that I got for $.99.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl Whitty

    A box set, good value for money.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lori I Hartmann

    Good variety I enjoyed this anthology greatly. Some of the books had major grammar and spelling issues which distracted me from the storytelling.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Ndiaye

  11. 4 out of 5

    Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez

  12. 4 out of 5

    Ande

  13. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

  14. 5 out of 5

    John Fiegen

  15. 4 out of 5

    Teresa Cranner

  16. 5 out of 5

    Kris Newton

  17. 4 out of 5

    Katrina Rus

  18. 4 out of 5

    Jocelyn Rodgers

  19. 5 out of 5

    Rhonda Clarke

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lori Huber

  21. 5 out of 5

    Inanna Mute

  22. 5 out of 5

    Penny Jones

  23. 5 out of 5

    Joliene

  24. 4 out of 5

    Berry

  25. 4 out of 5

    Keith Orr

  26. 4 out of 5

    Kantami Blossom

  27. 4 out of 5

    Matthew Chaulklin

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sue Beaton

  29. 4 out of 5

    Irina King

  30. 4 out of 5

    Nadine B. Steele

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