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100 years. Five stories. 2 connected worlds. Allies or enemies?
Dylan discovers the Other Place as a child and keeps trying to go back there, angered and mystified that no one else can sense the other world as his real life spirals out of control.
“Make your mind totally blank.” That’s the advice that Callum Hunt’s father gives him before he goes to take his Iron Trial—a test to determine whether or not Call will attend school at the Magisterium and become a magician. While most people would desperately want to pass t Read more about The Iron Trial
Stop by Fairfold for a visit, and check out the town rumored to be surrounded by Fae. The faeries’ magic attracts tourists, but beware—the fae might have a deal to not harm the townsfolk, but that rule doesn’t apply to you. Read more about The Darkest Part of the Forest
The Urbana Free Library now has one of the funniest books I've read in, well, ever: The Truth Spinner by Rhys Hughes. Each of these stories is (more or less) about Castor Jenkins, Welsh raconteur and teller of tales tall and of all heights, whose adventures strain the limits of time, space, believability, genre, and the printed page. Read more about The Truth Spinner, by Rhys Hughes, truth spinner