More YA fantasy novels by Wayne Thomas Batson

The Isle of Swords — (2007-2016) Young adult. Publisher: A young lad awakens on an island, alone and brutally injured, with no memory of his past. Captain Declan Ross searched for riches that will free him and his headstrong daughter, Anne, from the piracy business forever… Bartholomew Thorne, an infamously ruthless pirate, seeks to destroy Ross and any who stand in his way of the legendary treasure hidden by a mysterious order of monks. With these intriguing characters and many more, Wayne Thomas Batson weaves a spell-binding adventure filled with high-seas drama where battles rage, storms brew, a long-dormant volcano awakens, and a sea creature slithers in the deep as pirates race for a cliff-top fortress.

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The Dark Sea Annals — (2010-2011) Young adult. Publisher: Haunted by memories of a violent past, Alastair Coldhollow wagers his life on the hope that a sword will appear in the stars and the foretold Halfainin, the Pathwalker, would come. Meanwhile, tensions simmer between Anglinore and the murderous Gorrack Nation, threatening war on a cataclysmic scale. The fate of all could rest on an abandoned child and the decisions of those who desperately seek to identify him. Sword in the Stars is the first release in The Dark Sea Annals series.

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The Skeleton Project — (2012) Young adult. Publisher: About the Author: Wayne Thomas Batson is a bestselling author of young adult fantasy and adventure novels. He’s sold half a million books and counting, including the bestselling Door Within Trilogy. If you’re a fan of Batson’s fiction, you’ll love this new series of stories. Mystery, humor, horror, suspense, and supernatural–the ingredients of a read-me-under-the-covers kind of story. The Skeleton Project is a series of supernatural mysteries in the same vein as the X-Files or The Nightstalker shows. Written to be enjoyed by readers from sixth grade to senior status, you’ll find these tales are a little serious and a little tongue-in-cheek. Please note: this is a series of short stories, minimum 5,000 words. Episode 1: File #0001 is about the mysterious circumstances that led the FBI to form The Skeleton Project. The most secretive branch of the Bureau, the Skeleton Project searches out the paranormal and supernatural cases that are far beyond the means of regular law enforcement. In Episode One, you’ll meet two of the Skeleton Project’s finest agents. Obsessive, bend-the-rules Special Agent Oswald “Oz” Pershing is forced to contend with a trigger-happy new partner, Rachel Minnis. Together, Pershing and Minnis travel to Spud City, Idaho solve a series of supernatural pet abductions. Haunted by memories of his own loss, Pershing must juggle alien spacecraft sightings, the demands of breaking in a new partner, and the expectations of his volatile Chief Inspector. And all the while, the ultra secretive and ultra dangerous group known as The Executors watch over these two agents and weigh certain fateful decisions…

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Dreamtraders — (2014- ) Publisher: People are fascinated by dreams, and the Bible has a great deal to say about them. From Jacob’s dream of the heavenly stairway in Genesis 28 to angels visiting Joseph during dreams in Matthew 1 to the Apostle John’s “waking dream” from which he obtained the book of Revelation—dreams have been powerful ingredients of God’s plan as revealed through Scripture. Fourteen-year-old Archer Keaton discovers he has the ability to enter and explore his dreams. He is a dreamtreader, one of three selected from each generation. Their mission: to protect the waking world from the Nightmare Lord, who wreaks chaos in the Dream World. But as Archer’s dreams become more dangerous and threatening, so too does his waking life. Rigby Thames, the new kid from England, builds a suspicious rock star-like following at Dresden High School a little too quickly. Even Archer’s best friend and confidant, Kara Windchil, seems taken in by the cool guy with the wild blond hair, which definitely rubs Archer the wrong way. Archer must face two foes in two worlds, but he cannot succeed alone. Archer sets off to find other dreamtreaders in a desperate attempt to defeat the enemy terrorizing his friends and family.

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Stand-alones:

fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviewsForget Me Not — (2012) Young adult. Publisher: Lisa, Kristin, Samantha, and Meagan, four college freshmen whoosh south on their way to the sunny beaches of Florida for Spring Break Vacation. But Meagan’s shortcut takes them off the map. Hopelessly lost on the back roads of Georgia, they stop at an old mansion for directions. A kindly old man greets them and invites them to look at his special garden. Enchanted, the four girls wander into the wrong part of the garden and are transported to another universe, a place where trees walk, talk—and wage war! Meagan’s friends are kidnapped by the sinister Hemlocks and held captive in a swamp. There they will slowly be dissolved and devoured unless Meagan can save them. With the help of the noble Broadleaf Army, Meagan attempts a rescue, but will she understand the power of the forget-me-not flower in time? Or will she too slowly sink beneath the festering waters of the Dreadmire?

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The Dragon In My Closet — (2012) Young adult. Publisher: When 16 year-old Cassandra McKellen brings a special keepsake home from the Renaissance Festival, she has no idea how special it is indeed. Awakened in the middle of the night by scratching sounds and eerie flickers of light, Cassandra realizes something fantastic is alive and living in her closet. She tries to feed the creature: cat food, lunch meat, and even steak, but discovers that this beast requires a diet of a very different kind. As the creature begins to grow, so does its attitude. Will Cassandra lose control of the creature and herself in the process? What will happen to everyone she loves if the dragon in her closet breaks free?


fantasy book reviews science fiction book reviewsLaw of the Land — (2012) Young adult. Publisher: Do this. Don’t do that. Twelve-year-old Jeremy Townsend is sick of rules. Sick of being told what to do. Sick of being punished. But that’s his life. That is until Jeremy follows a seldom trodden path in the woods and plummets into the world of Y’Chrana. In Y’Chrana, there are no rules. Stay up all night. Sleep all day. Eat whatever you want…all the time. It’s a dream come true. But Jeremy’s Y’Chranian friend Neil is hiding something. And everything isn’t as it seems. After all, living in a lawless world can be hazardous to your health.


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