|Stigma Chronicle by Cammie Johnson| While everyone is mentally broken and certain to lead short and unhappy lives, Else loves the world around her and is unnaturally happy. However, her love of the world and her sense of wonder will lead her discovering more about it than she and her friends ever wanted to know.
|MK’s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Marika Kapogeorgakis| A lighthearted adaptation of the famous tale by Robert Louis Steven wherein Mr. Hyde is an anti-hero who is not actually evil. The story is completely unique and the style is a mix of noir and black and white with some splashes of colour.
|Black Ball by Melissa J Massey| When Emily Trent’s sister Amelia is murdered, something doesn’t add up – especially when Emily discovers a secret spell crafting kit in Amelia’s room. To solve the mystery, Emily will have to dive into the world of the illegal spellcraft trade and the roaring night life of the speakeasies of New York.
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