The Adventures of Ivor -- by Dave Duncan. An Ivor omnibus, it includes: The Runner and the Wizard, The Runner and the Saint, and The Runner and the Kelpie. Set in century Scotland, a boy messenger survives by his wits and courage to become a true hero.
Type 2 -- by Alice Hendley. The sequel to Type, Hendley's novel of a society based on categorization by the Meyers-Briggs personality test. Sophie resists the typology, but time is running out for her and her group.who can be trusted?
A world without fossil fuels means aviation based on gliders and airships. As for pilots: Orphans. Runaways. Thieves. The Avians don’t ask questions about a girl’s past. Or her age. They need glider pilots, and the smaller the better. But only the best survive.
A high level auditor who has just exposed a fraud implicating government leaders needs somewhere to hide until he can testify--a scientific station years in Earth's past with only limited access seems like the one place assassins cannot reach.
Book 2 of The Empire of Kaz, Leslie Gadallah’s alien political intrigue. Orian has been overrun by the Kaz, who are bent on exterminating the Oriani. A few Oriani have escaped and struggle to eke out an existence on alien worlds. Ayyah thinks she has found a way to get them back home where they can thrive. She recruits a couple of human pirates and a few Lleveci warriors to aid her in the task, but no one involved knew how much her scheme would cost.
Barnabus’s nephew is behaving oddly. Calling upon Doctor Humphrey for assistance has not been particularly helpful, because the good doctor’s diagnosis of demonic possession is clearly preposterous. Even the demon currently ensconced on the front room couch agrees it’s preposterous. But then, how else to explain the portal to another world through which his nephew and Humphrey have just now disappeared?