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About Ben Ireland
Books By Ben Ireland
When Billy stole an ancient relic from under the nose of a Demidemon, he ticked off some of the most powerful beings in reality. Enraged, The Winged King recruits Mr. Fingers; a demon with the ability to manipulate emotions and use them as a weapon.
Now, hunted by the lethal emotional assassin, Billy must find the source of Mr. Finger s power before the city he loves tears itself apart.
The fate of the Universe hinges on 16-year-old Billy in this exciting, coming of age story about friendship and emotion manipulating demons.
Billy Blacksmith: The Ironsoul is book Three in a fantastic new fantasy book series. Enjoyable, good book for teens and kids ages 11-70.
The Cartographer by Samuel A. Mayo: Destined to chart the stars throughout the aeons, a team of novice map makers are thrust into a conspiracy to control the universe and time itself.
Rescued as a child from the gutter by his mentor, a young cartographer travels in time to settle a treaty dispute, but finds far more than he bargained for—including his own sense of purpose.
Fairykin by Ben Ireland: In a world where nature has ceased to exist, a tribe of fairies on the brink of extinction must fight for survival itself. But who will bear the ultimate cost?
Eoghan willingly fills his role in the ruling family. However, when the fate of his tribe and possibly his race rests on his shoulders, can he bear to pay the price? Will he have a choice?
Bred on diplomacy, Eoghan finds his deepest beliefs challenged when the actions of one rogue human pushes his race to the brink of extinction.
Time out of Mind by Michael Cross: One young girl’s cosmic connection to her grandfather’s tragic past brings life and hope to the blackest days of the Holocaust.
Obsessed with childhood visions, Chantel journeys to Europe in hopes of solving the mystery of a keepsake, and discovers within herself the ability to alter her grandfather’s tragic past.
The Hawkweed by Candace J. Thomas: Consumed with guilt, one girl fights to solve the riddle of her friend’s murder and the disappearance of his brother—unaware of the price on her own head.
Deep in nuclear winter, only the government’s iron fist ensures survival of the human race. How far will it go to enforce its decrees? Will two young friends survive defying it?
Spaceman in Time by Fischer Willis: Victor seizes the chance to return to the past and right a terrible wrong. Will he have the strength to do what he must, or will history repeat itself?
Victor has spent a lifetime regretting his past, so jumps at the chance to change it. But, when his very presence alters events, it appears Fate has other plans.
Human Era by Neal Wooten: Two grad students hurl themselves into the past with their wormhole technology. Their modern skills make them heroes, but do they truly know where they are?
Castles, motes, knights in shining . . . Kevlar? When two brilliant scientists invent a time machine, they discover just how little they know about life, war, and the human race.
Black Ice by S. P. Mount: Men have become mindless drones controlled by chip implants and a master satellite. Can one serial killer imprisoned for a thousand years give them the will to truly live?
Detainee 001 had always been a charmer, but can he convince a benumbed populace and the satellite that controls them to free him from eternal imprisonment by granting him one wish: death?
Winner of the League of Utah Writers 2017 Gold Quill for outstanding YA literature.
"An exciting, surprising and sometimes laugh-out-loud funny story. A truly enjoyable read."
"Edge of your seat moments throughout. [Billy] instantly shot into my top 10 adventure books of all time...You'll find yourself rooting for Billy and friends in no time."
"If I can make it through an entire YA novel without rolling my eyes, we have a winner...It's smart, it's witty, and it's fun."
Billy has spent his whole life keeping his head down in school and trying to survive the endless parade of foster homes.
When a three hundred pound spider emerges from under his bed intent on drinking his blood, Billy discovers he is the main player in an ancient war between demons and humans.
With his best friends Ash-Lea and Greyson, and a reformed demon as his ally, Billy prepares to face an invasion of demonic spiders and the General that leads them.
The fate of the Universe hinges on 15-year-old Billy in this exciting, coming of age story about friendship and 20-foot-tall demonic spiders.
Billy Blacksmith: The Demonslayer is book One in a fantastic new fantasy book series. Enjoyable, good book for teens and kids ages 11-70.
Inside, eight bizarre stories explore twisted perceptions and challenge conceptions about right and wrong. With a fascinating dive into several unstable minds, the authors examine different avenues for exposing warped cognition and mutilated logic. Each delivers a disquieting glimpse of reality.
Reformation by M. Irish Gardner: With a fresh start in life, the last thing freed inmate Todd Jefferson wants to do is live someone else’s, until the pros outweigh the cons.
Mouse and Cat by Elizabeth Gilliland: Mouse knows his place: among the filth and remnants of mankind. When given a chance to change his fate, his choice reflects more than just the intentions of his heart.
Stunner by Sarah Hunter Hyatt: As a stranger in a new town, Marin Overstreet is forced to confront a past she didn’t know existed, and defeat the man sent to silence her forever.
Five Humvees by Breck LeSueur: Three lives, three errs in judgment. Countless consequences reside within this twisted military thriller.
Morningside by F.M. Longo: Back on duty, Detective Morningside must defy the odds and solve the impossible by delving into the criminal mind.
Kissed a Snake by Ben Ireland: Abandoned as a child, Jason only wants to understand his father’s reasons. And to kill him for it. However, learning the truth leads to anything but satisfaction.
Fogo by David MacIver: A neighborhood arson, a broken home, and an overactive imagination are the least of Renata’s worries, especially when her dreams creep into her real life.
Proxy by Tim Andrew: For Bret Maher, death is a perk on the job. But when he takes on a new contract with guaranteed success, he may get more than he bargained for.
Billy Blacksmith is growing stronger with the demonic blood saturating his veins, but he's not prepared for the impending demonic incursion to the universe—and he knows it. When his demon mentor, Seth, insists he find an ancient hellforged weapon that could help protect his friends, Billy risks his life—and his crappy summer job—to track it down.
Being the biggest hitch to the Demon Gods' plans for conquering reality sucks.
The fate of the Universe hinges on 15-year-old Billy in this exciting, coming of age story about friendship and 20-foot-tall demonic snake-centaurs.
Billy Blacksmith: The Hellforged is book Two in a fantastic new fantasy book series. Exciting, good book for teens and kids ages 11-70.
As confusion turns to violence throughout the city, Autumn discovers the lengths she will go to protect her family, and right the wrongs carried out in the name of security and prosperity—especially those committed by her own hand.