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Impulse

Impulse is a fast-paced, intense story. Cent is a pretty smart cookie. Yes, she makes mistakes like most teenagers but she is clever about getting herself out of trouble. I liked her sense of justice and how it motivated her to defend the u...

4 Stars

Ex-Heroes - Ex-Heroes, #1

I have always enjoyed Zombie books and storylines involving Zombies. And I enjoy superheroes also. So of course I picked up Ex-Heroes. It had both Zombies and Superheroes in it and the storyline worked. It’s well worth reading and it kept m...

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A Stone's Throw Away - A Stone's Throw Away #1

This is the first book I have read by Carl Lee. It was exciting and full of unexpected twists. This extra-long novel kept me turning pages to the very end. You think that you know how every apocalyptic novel is going to end, but this one re...

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Heart of Stone - Frontiera series Book 1

Heart of Stone is a fun and flirty read. I love sci-fi and when combined with sexy, erotic romance, I'm hooked. Stone and Rose are great together and the storyline is interesting and engaging. The author is building a new world and its one...

4 Stars
  • Author: CJ Cade
  • Review by: Emma
  • Genre: Romance
  • Tags: * Romance: Speculative / PNR, #FirstInaSeries, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: Windtree Press

The Sacrifice Game - Sacrifice Game Trilogy

The extremely intricate story that was woven in this author’s first book, In the Courts of the Sun, moves forward ten-fold with this new title. Jed DeLanda, the character that reader’s met the first time around, is a descendant of the Mayan...

4 Stars

Angel Of The City

Angel of the City is an entertaining dystopian novel, but do not expect to encounter many things that are new to the genre. Leahy portrays a city closed off not only from the unknown outside world, but also divided into ethnic and economic...

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Necessity's Child - Liaden Universe, #16

For me, a great science fiction tale draws the reader into a world that is completely believable populated by characters that I want to know more and more about and filled with fascinating inventions that our society doesn’t quite have but...

5 Stars

Orleans

Orleans is that very special blend between fiction and scary as all get out reality. This fast paced, adrenaline packed book will leave you wondering if maybe this is the way our world is headed. Fen knows how to survive in the Delta. She h...

5 Stars
  • Author: Sherri L. Smith
  • Review by: Crystal
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Putnam Juvenile

Every Day

Every Day is a real life-enhancer. It lets you live through people from different cultures and backgrounds. That's more enlightening than you might think. At least it was for me. The main character is an amazing person with a great heart. I...

4 Stars

Parallel Visions - A Teen Psychic Novel, #1

I was excited to read this book because I found the concept intriguing. Kate has psychic visions when she has an asthma attack and in one of those visions she witnesses her sister's murder. Kate and her friend Gil, who believes her visions...

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  • Author: Cheryl Rainfield
  • Review by: Katherine White
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Fantasy, Supernatural, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult, * Under 45k Words
  • Publisher: Rain and Sun Press

Unravel Me - Shatter Me

I didn't know how anything could even get on the same ladder as Shatter Me, so while I was anxious for Unravel Me... I was worried and doubtful. But now I've read Unravel Me, and I'm left so shell-shocked that the only thoughts in my mind a...

5 Stars
  • Author: Tahereh Mafi
  • Review by: Mmperkins
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Romantic Elements, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: HarperCollins

The Pack

Writing this review is a little hard for me. It's hard because I know that I'm giving a low score to a part of the authors' soul. Though I appreciate her attempt to teleport me into the world in her mind-- I have to admit that I never reach...

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The Different Girl

The Different Girl was not what I was expecting. It was strange to say the least and I am not sure I personally understood most of what was going on. In this story there are three girls who are exactly alike except for their hair color. The...

3 Stars
  • Author: Gordon Dahlquist
  • Review by: Crystal
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Contemporary, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

The 39 Deaths of Adam Strand

For a story about a boy who continually attempts suicide and ultimately succeeds although an unknown force brings him back to life, readers sure aren't quite given an answer as the the how and why questions that arouse while reading the sto...

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  • Author: Gregory Galloway
  • Review by: Emireally
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: Supernatural, * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: Dutton Juvenile

Three Miles Below

I was quickly drawn into this story and thought it was exciting and very well-crafted. There was great tension and I found it easy to cheer for the three guys trapped underground. I was really into the story then felt like I was sucker-punc...

3 Stars

Awaken - The Patronus, #1

I thought this story had an interesting concept that could have been better developed. I felt like the story was too rushed. I wanted more insight into why Lucy was chosen for the job. Escorting new souls to their final destination and prot...

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Dragon Ship - Liaden Universe

This is another excellent science fiction story that continues an intriguing series. I enjoyed this glimpse of the Liaden Universe from the perspective of a youngster who is gradually feeling her way through the minefield that consists of h...

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The Cassandra Project

“Houston, we have a problem.” These are the words on the cover of the book, The Cassandra Project, authored by Jack McDevitt and Mike Resnick. And for a large part of the book, the key players in this story are trying to find out if they do...

5 Stars

The Prey - The Hunt, #2

If you thought nothing could top the first book in this series, you’re dead wrong! Fukada keeps the intensity throughout the story, but he does it with flair of wit and cunning. The journey is just as important as the destination and folks,...

5 Stars

A Feast Unknown - Secrets of the Nine #1

Originally published in 1969, this ground breaking (and taboo breaking) novel has been re-released to the general public. Showing the exacting detail that Farmer practiced in his other, more generally acceptable works, this is a little roug...

4 Stars

Breathe

I am a sucker for Dystopian novels, so anytime I get the chance to read one I am super excited! Before reading Breathe I had heard great things about it and I was even more excited (if that is even possible). I am pleased to share that Brea...

4 Stars

Chasers - Alone #1

Something horrible has destroyed New York. Sixteen-year-olds Jesse, Dave, Anna and Mini are just a few “human” survivors left after they escape a blown up subway car and find themselves surrounded by carnage. Not only are the buildings dest...

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  • Author: James Phelan
  • Review by: Amanda Haffery
  • Genre: YA
  • Tags: * Science Fiction, * Young Adult
  • Publisher: K-Teen

Prometheus - The Art of the Film

Ever wonder how a movie is made? This coffee table book will show you the hand drawn boards, the evolution of scenery, the thought processes behind the genesis of the alien creatures and it’s all bound beautifully in a hardcover book. The o...

4 Stars

The Dark Knight Rises - The Official Novelization

Na na na na na na na na na BATMAN! Boom! Pow! Sorry I so had to do that. I'm a huge batman fan. From the Adam West live action series, with the breath taking Eartha Kitt, to the comic books and from the animated series to the batman movies....

4 Stars

Resident Evil Retribution - The Official Movie Novelization

'My name is Alice. I worked for the Umbrella Corporation in a secret laboratory developing experimental viral weaponry. There was an incident. A virus escaped. Everybody died. The Trouble was, they didn't stay dead. This was the start of an...

3 Stars

Alien - The Illustrated Story

I must admit this is the first graphic novel I’ve ever read. I was pleasantly surprised to find had I not seen the original movie (ad nauseum) I would have gotten the full (if less gory) effect that was relayed on screen. The tension was pr...

4 Stars

Spark - A Sky Chasers Novel, #2

Spark, the second in the Sky Chasers series, is a fast paced futuristic read. Spark is also a suspenseful read which will keep the reader on the edge of their seats as they read about the events taking place on the Empyrean. I was excited t...

4 Stars

The Rise of Nine - Lorien Legacies Trilogy #3

The Rise of Nine is the third book in the Lorien Legacies by Pittacus Lore. I have loved this series from the very beginning, so I was super excited to get this. This was another fast paced book with even more twists and unexpected turns th...

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Alien vs. Alien - Aliens / Katherine "Kitty" Katt, #6

This fun science fiction tale combines the best of several very popular comic book series with elements that make certain sci-fi movies so well-loved. The action is nonstop, the snark flies fast and furious, and the perfect playlist mention...

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Anomaly - Ultimate Augmented Reality™

We got in an advanced copy of Anomaly and I'm blown away at how cool this illustrated title is. It's much more than just an illustrated novel as it is also a ground breaking augmented reality title. Anomaly is ground breaking as it combines...

5 Stars

Furious - Kris Longknife, #10

The intriguing science fiction novels that comprise this very entertaining series never fail to be peopled with fascinating characters and wonderfully creative worlds. This author is adept at world-building and has a complex system in place...

4 Stars

All Fall Down - Supervolcano Trilogy, #2

At the end of Supervolcano: Eruption, author Harry Turtledove left us with the night of Colin Ferguson’s marriage to geologist Kelly Birnbaum, as the newlyweds gazed out at what was left of Life as They Knew It post-eruption. Some of us rea...

4 Stars

Broken - Daughters of the Jaguar #2

Here is another lyrical and captivating story by this talented new author. After a somewhat slow start, the pacing picks up, and soon I was swept up in the events as Christian’s personal and professional life threaten to spiral out of contr...

4 Stars
  • Author: Willow Rose
  • Review by: Laurie-J
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: * Fantasy, * Science Fiction, Supernatural
  • Publisher: DMC

Mecha Rogue - A Novel of the Armor Wars, #2

I was excited to read Mecha Rogue by Brett Patton, the second book in the Armored Wars series. The first book was good and I wondered what the second book had in store for readers. It definitely did not disappoint. This second chapter in th...

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In the Hands of Children

Wow! This book grabbed my attention right from the first page! The premise is terrifying, and I just gobbled up the sentences, impatient to discover what would happen next. The young trio of protagonists seemed like old friends to me by the...

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Spectors

Spector’s is a unique space opera among a vast number of books of its genre. Like many other space operas, its world and people are immense and beyond anything that most have imagined. But unlike most, the main character Kristy is a witty a...

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Creator Class - The Creator Class Series, #1

I really enjoyed this newest release written by KM Breakey. Being the first in The Creator Class series, the author did a fantastic job creating his futuristic characters and storyline for this mature YA story. The idea of having such varyi...

5 Stars

The Unnaturalists

Tiffany Trent has created something in The Unnaturalists that is unlike anything I have ever read before. The setting is a combination of steampunk and dystopian London, called New London. Unnaturalists study everything unnatural from sphin...

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The Devil's Nebula - Weird Space

The Devil’s Nebula is a fast-paced space opera. From the beginning, I was drawn to its action-packed opening with Ed Carew’s crew trespassing on an alien world being attacked in the wilderness. From there the author does a good job of keepi...

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Apollo's Outcasts

Since childhood I've always been fascinated by the moon and space travel. Apollo's Outcasts struck that childlike chord within me and filled me with wonder and intrigue. The idea that crippled Jamie can fulfill his dreams of being like ever...

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Endgame - A Sirantha Jax Novel, #6

I can honestly say that Endgame is not my favorite Sirantha Jax book. It is as wonderfully written as the previous five in the series. Jax certainly completes her journey, growing into a person that I admire and respect. We needed this book...

4 Stars
  • Author: Ann Aguirre
  • Review by: Leslee
  • Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy
  • Tags: * Science Fiction, Urban Fantasy / Paranormal
  • Publisher: ACE

Tarnished Knight - The Lost Stars, #1

This imaginative science fiction novel does a nice job of exploring the difficulty of forming alliances in a climate where suspicion and backstabbing has traditionally been not only encouraged but virtually required in order to get ahead. A...

4 Stars

An Officer's Duty - Theirs Not to Reason Why, #2

This exciting and entertaining tale is a wonderful combination of science fiction military action and mystical elements such as telekinesis, precognition, pyrokinesis, postcognition and several others. The action is nonstop and there are mu...

5 Stars

Iron Gray Sea - Destroyermen, #7

Seeing how the story continues to unfold in The Destroyermen series is what makes Iron Gray Sea great. It is a story in and of itself. The pace is, for me and in this type of story, perfect although it may not appeal to some readers. It is...

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The Janus Affair - A Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences Novel, #2

The Janus Affair provides action, mystery, undercurrents of a personal nature and a pace that is sure to keep a reader's interest. The blend of story, characters, action, mystery, and humor worked really well. The combination of Eliza Braun...

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Midnight City - The Conquered Earth, #1

My feelings were all over the board on Mitchell's debut Midnight City. With a wide arena of authors battling with their own takes on a dystopian futuristic world, Midnight City would take first place. This rare mixture of dystopian meets sc...

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Glitch

Glitch was an amazing first book in this trilogy. I can’t even imagine living in a world where no one has their own thoughts. I couldn’t put this novel down once I started reading about Zoe and her futurist world. I have read books where co...

4 Stars

Dead Mann Running - A Hessius Mann Novel, #2

I was hesitant the first time I picked up Stefan Petrucha's first Hessius Mann book, but I'm now a total fan, so I was really excited to see a sequel, "Dead Mann Running". The author has put a new twist on the zombie genre with his zombies...

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  • Author: Stefan Petrucha
  • Review by: Danya
  • Genre: Paranormal
  • Tags: Suspense: Mystery, * Science Fiction
  • Publisher: ROC

Mothership - Ever-Expanding Universe, #1

Mothership, by Martin Leicht and Isla Neal, is a book I checked out on a whim. I’ve never been particularly interested in aliens, so when this book was brought to my attention I had to really think about it. After hearing some positive feed...

4 Stars

Doctor Who Shada - The Lost Adventure by Douglas Adams

For those of you who don't know who Dr. Who is I suggest leaving now. By the way have you been living under a rock? This book features one of my favorite doctors, the fourth doctor, who was played by the great Tom Baker on the TV show. This...

5 Stars

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