Michelle Isenhoff


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Taylor Davis: Flame of Findul, Episode 1 Michelle Isenhoff

Finalist in the kid-judged 2015 Wishing Shelf Awards. Sometimes life gooses you when you're not looking. You might be happily coasting through days in a little New Jersey suburb, dreaming about Jennifer Williams and making plans to see the new movie showing uptown when--bam!--everything changes in an instant. Your family moves overseas and suddenly you're hacking at water demons with a four-foot blade... I'd been chosen from among all others to complete a task I did not want. I was told I'd have help. I was told I'd be in capable hands. Then I met my guardian angel. I am so doomed. Lauded by kids for its snarky humor, the Taylor Davis series was written specifically for reluctant readers. This download includes the entire first episode.

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RECOMPENSE Michelle Isenhoff

Born into Capernica’s lowest social tier, Jaclyn Holloway gambles on the one chance available to her to advance—testing into Military caste. She’s adamant that her best friend Will join her. But if Jack fails the stringent physical standards and he succeeds, she will not be allowed to see him again until his tour of duty is completed—in twenty years. Meanwhile, the government has been keeping a tight lid on a string of disappearances. Jack’s background in the foster care system places her in a position to aid in the investigation. The evidence leads her back forty-seven years, through a series of high-profile cover-ups, to a most unlikely source. Blowing the whistle could place herself and her loved ones in danger, but holding her silence means history will likely repeat.

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Provocation Michelle Isenhoff

Opal Parnell has grown up on the rocky shores of Tidbury Bay, where wind and wave and ice have carved the world into something wild and beautiful. Beyond her safe harbor, the North American Republic has been plagued by an epidemic of disappearances. No crime scenes. No bodies, no evidence, no motives. Thousands have gone missing. Plagued by guilt for the part she played in her sister’s vanishing, Opal sets out to find her and stumbles onto evidence that suggests the disappearances aren’t as mysterious as the media would have her believe. Meanwhile, the crisis causes power shifts and corruption that reach into the upper echelons of government. Beneath Opal’s feet, Tidbury is changing forever. What’s happened to the missing? Who’s covering up the the truth? And will the Republic survive?

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