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The Lost Cube [Limited Edition]

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The Lost Cube is a challenging platformer. The story unravels in a small village nestled somewhere in northern Europe. Each day, a special melody is played upon a magical guitar bringing prosperity upon the land. One day the magical red cube that holds its power goes missing and it is the quest of one brave adventurer to retrieve it and restore life to his village. You play as Ulrik, a somewhat ordinary hero on a mission. You have no weapons, so you must jump or dodge your way out of trouble. Your agility will be tested to the limit as you face a barrage of enemies over 60 levels and 2 boss fights all the while constantly avoiding unforgiving traps. The Lost cube will test your patience as you navigate 60 handcrafted levels spread through a variety of seasons. Each season has its own unique theme and enemies which will prove to be an engaging challenge. You will need great focus and a hint of luck to avoid the enemy attacks and reclaim your village from its dismal state. Buy The Lost C

Cows Can't Jump by Philip Bowne

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From debut novelist Philip Bowne, winner of the Spotlight First Novel prize, comes this explosive coming-of-age odyssey that catapults 18-year-old Billy Reed across Europe. Billy has just left school and is desperate to escape middle England. It’s 2016, and as a gravedigger, he’s working the ultimate dead-end job. To make matters worse, he’s a virgin, and there’s no hope of him meeting a girl any time soon. The only women at work are in coffins. Billy’s home life isn’t any better. In the evenings, he observes his dysfunctional family: his grandad is engaged to a woman half his age, his dad’s become obsessed with boxing, and he suspects his mum is having an affair. All the while, celebrities are dropping like flies and Britain is waiting for the EU referendum. Everything is changing, and Billy hates it. Billy’s life gets a jump start when he falls in love with Eva, an older girl from Switzerland, that’s passionate about Russian literature, Gary Numan, windfarms and chai tea. To Billy’s

Iron Queen by Joanna Courtney

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Shakespeare's Cordelia like you've never seen her before . . . She is their youngest, sweetest sister, yet she is fated to become their strongest leader . . . The Coritani are a matriarchal line of great power, blessed with three princesses to carry the royal bloodline forward. Confident, fiery Goneril; fierce, earthy Regan; and gentle, water-blessed Cordelia. The future, the druids are certain, is secure. But when Goneril decides she wants power on her own terms, even at the expense of her fragile father, the princesses' triple bond is threatened and then tragically broken. Quiet Cordelia finds herself cast adrift, forced to flee for her life across dark, stormy seas. Can Cordelia find the strength to challenge her sisters and their pet druids, and bring truth, right and justice back to the Coritani before it's too late for them all? Buy Iron Queen
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The unveiling of a set of priceless illustrations of Dante's Divine Comedy at the Uffizi Gallery exposes the unsuspecting Professor Gabriel Emerson and his beloved wife, Julianne, to a mysterious and dangerous enemy. Unbeknownst to the Professor, the illustrations he secretly acquired years ago were stolen a century earlier from the ruler of Florence's underworld. Now one of the most dangerous beings in Italy is determined to reclaim his prized artwork and exact revenge on the Emersons, but not before he uncovers something disturbing about Julianne … Set in the city of Florence, 'The Prince' is a prequel novella to 'The Raven,' which is the first book in the new Florentine Series Trilogy by Sylvain Reynard. 'The Prince' can be read as a standalone but readers of The Gabriel Series may be curious about the connection between The Professor's world and the dark, secret underworld of 'The Prince. Buy The Prince

Earth Defense Force: World Brothers

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A new battlefield appears in the EDF series. The setting is square Earth. It's a voxel world where everything is made of squares, including the Earth itself. However, something caused to peaceful Earth to break into pieces, whether it's round or square this planet is undoubtedly Earth. And so the EDF is dispatched to go beyond worldlines to bring back the peace of the square world. Can anybody survive on a devastated Earth? However, in the world of EDF, normal everyday people are the strongest beings. The devastated Earth is still alive and waiting to be rescued. Different parts of the world become the game's stages floating in the space. And there are huge cliffs at the end of each stage. Buy Earth Defense Force: World Brothers