Rain on a Summer's Afternoon by Virginia McClain

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Blade's Edge
Virginia McClain

The Kisōshi, elite warriors with elemental powers, have served as the rulers and protectors of the people of Gensokai for more than a thousand years. Though it is believed throughout Gensokai that there is no such thing as a female Kisōshi, the Rōjū ruling council goes to great lengths to ensure that no one dares ask why.
Even as young girls, Mishi and Taka know that they risk severe punishment or worse if anyone were to discover their powers. This shared secret forms a deep bond...

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Angelica is like any normal teenage girl, except for one thing. She happens to be the latest in a long line of Hoodoo witches. When her father dies unexpectedly, she and her mother are forced to move in with her grandmother. What she finds there is a whole new world of power, magic and horror. A shorty story about coming of age, learning your place in the world, and accepting the abilities that you've been given.......

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I went into this project wondering about the role the WAC played in Vietnam and in the 'all volunteer' Army and was pleasantly surprised.......

The Stone Lions
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In the last throes of the 14th century, Islamic Spain is under pressure from Castile and Aragon. Ara, the twelveyear old daughter to the Sultan, finds herself in the center of a political intrigue when her eunuch tutor is magically transformed by the evil Wazir. Can a little girl save her friend and tutor with the help of a Sufi mathemagician? Intertwined in a mystery of math, art and magic, Ara races to find the seven broken symmetries before time runs out. Will she succeed or will the...

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