Jon Levin is out with FABLE by Matthew Kennedy. Hunted for the magic of his horn, the last unicorn in the land must learn to trust humans by joining forces with a farmer who dreams of becoming a knight and a princess bent on revenge in order to save their kingdom from extinction.
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Story explores two dramas unfolding on the night of October 30, 1938. The most well-known is the infamous radio broadcast, where the specter of invading aliens sent shockwaves of panic rippling across America. But even more chaos was taking place behind the scenes because of the stormy relationship between broadcast producer Houseman and Welles, its petulant director and star, that nearly derailed the most influential radio broadcast in history.
A comedic look at the Apocalypse. Story follows Aziraphale, a somewhat fussy angel, and Crowley, a fast-living demon–both of whom have lived amongst Earth’s mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle–who are not actually looking forward to the coming war.
Logline: With author John Kennedy Toole committing suicide a decade before his Pulitzer Prize winning novel – A Confederacy of Dunces – is discovered, his aging, guilt-ridden mother, Thelma, dedicates her final years to find a publisher in the hopes of redeeming herself and her son.
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Logline: Pitched as being in the vein of X-Men, 19th century tale centers on a young Winston Churchill, as he is tasked to form a secret society of the most brilliant young minds of the time (H.G. Wells, Robert Louis Stevenson, Mary Wolstonecraft [Mary Shelley], Jules Verne, Rudyard Kipling, and Bram Stoker) to fight the forces of evil and save the world on a series of adventures that would later be fictionalized it into each writer’s most acclaimed novels.