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Newly added to the AGENT WITH STYLE webpage:
ESCAPADE 2001 (Tape format only)
ESCAPADE 2002 (Tape format only)
IN THE BEGINNING.... (Tape format only)
SONGS FOR SLASHERS 4 (CD/Tape formats)
HARRY POTTER AND THE WIZARDS OF THE EAST
This gen novella by Ronni Katz takes place right after the end
of "The Order of the Phoenix". Harry is back at 4 Privet Drive,
facing another boring summer, when an owl arrives, inviting him back
to Hogwarts for a special summer session. Hogwarts has *never*
had "summer school" before! The mystery of why a thousand-year-old
tradition of "no school" in the summer is the first of many mysteries
ahead for Harry, Ron and Hermione. Old friends and a few new faces
join the "magical Scooby gang" in this as true-to-JKR as a fan story
can get novella. Don't miss it!
Serena's death left a void in Apollo's life, and a close friend
accused him of seeking death. Then Sheba died -- and Apollo left on
a mission from which he never returned. Written by Joy Harrison,
Sharon Monroe, Marj Ihssen and David Morgan, this gen novel asks:
What happened to Apollo? And why does Starbuck, alone of all those
who loved him, refuse to believe he is dead?
Written in traditional script-format, this one-act play by Sharon
Monroe is a Shakespearean-style drama parodying the
original "Battlestar Galactica." Join the heroic crew of the
Blastica as they attempt to destroy an enemy garrison and capture the
evil Shylons' stolium supplies, in a desperate effort to preserve the
last remnants of the human race!
Starbuck thought he was dying; he'd been given a death sentence. A
degenerative nerve disorder had already slowed his reflexes, barred
him from flying and taken from him all that might make his last
sectons bearable. He sought oblivion -- and met his future in an
ethereal, dark-haired woman, garbed in shimmering white. This
fascinating novel of death and transfiguration, written by Honore
Bright, beautifully illustrated by Gennie Summers and Mel White, with
a gorgeous cover by Karen River, is a *must* addition to any BSG
The blue-and-white globe fit the description of the planet Terra so
perfectly that it might have been a twin -- except that the main city
wasn't blasted; it was just abandoned. The Galactica sent a landing
party to investigate, but things went badly from the beginning. When
Sheba's Viper crashed, she wasn't hurt, but the small fighter was a
total loss. Then, as Starbuck and Athena explored the ruins of what
had once been some great public edifice, they found Room A... and
Jiesser... And the nightmare began. Written by Linda Ruth Pfonner
and lavishly illustrated by Gennie Summers, Mel White and Mea Culpa,
with a cover by the incomparable Karen River, this gen novel is a
spellbinding story of deep friendship and treachery.
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