Kira and the Rat Queen
Kira Turner used to know exactly who she was—the weird girl in fifth-grade with bright pink hair—but since her parents were kidnapped six days ago, everything has changed.
Now she’s Princess Kira the First, and with the help of her friends, Snugg, Ben, and Fred the zombie, she’s on a mission to save both of her parents…but it won’t be easy.
Kira has learned that her father was sold to the dreaded Rat Queen, and his only hope for rescue lies with Kira and her companions.
Trapped in a strange world with magical gryphons, armies of rats, and some familiar enemies, Kira must learn quickly who she can trust—and who she can’t—before it proves to be too late.
Kira the Rainbow Princess
Kira Turner is a typical fifth grade girl with one major exception—her hair is colored BRIGHT PINK! That’s why all the other kids in her class make fun of her and call her “Kira the Weird”.
And that used to be her biggest problem… until now.
When Kira gets home from school she discovers that her mother is missing, her house is a wreck, and two strangers are waiting for her at the door.
Now Kira is off on an adventure to rescue her mom with the help of a talking Teddy bear, a boy who claims he’s a knight, and a not-so-scary zombie.
Together they’ll learn that it takes much more than magic and swords to save the day!
Jeremy Cross always thought of his life as being normal, but in the wake of a recent tragedy, he’s discovered that his idea of “normal” couldn’t be farther from the truth.
Jeremy is a genetic anomaly -- one of only a handful on the planet -- with a new ability that no one thought possible.
Thrown into a world of clandestine government agencies, international terrorism, and assassins-for-hire, Jeremy’s new idea of “normal” is fighting for his life.
His only hope of survival depends on reconciling the person he thought he was with the hero he needs to be.
Find out more about Jeremy Cross and the dangerous world of genetic anomalies in ANOM: Awakening, the exciting new novel by first-time author Jason R. James.