Science Fiction

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DIRTY PINK

Rating: 2.5
A genetic therapy designed to “cure” homosexuality in males ends up turning the skin of its users a bright pink color.
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ELECTION 2064: BOOK ONE

Rating: 5
Scott McDermott skillfully takes features of our era--pleas by both sides to come together in unity, quickly followed by a resumption of partisan warfare--and applies them to a not too distant America in the smoking aftermath of a Second Civil War.
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DREAM ELECTRIC

Rating: 3
A virtual reality game becomes real in DREAM ELECTRIC.
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BILLY BEDIVERE IN THE QUEST FOR THE DRAGON QUEEN

Rating: 4.5
BILLY BEDIVERE IN THE QUEST FOR THE DRAGON QUEEN is a solid fantasy quest adventure for early middle-grade readers.
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NUMBERS GAME

Rating: 3.8
Imagine a nation in which every citizen’s net societal worth can be boiled down to a single rating – one that is forever tattooed on their forehead for all to see. Now imagine what would happen if the system that awarded those ratings was broken – perhaps even corrupt. That’s the premise of NUMBERS GAME.
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REFUSING EXCALIBUR

Rating: 3.4
The galaxy is at war, and nobody knows it quite as well as Victor Selan, whose planet has just been blown unceremoniously to smithereens.
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DEVASTATED LANDS

Rating: 4
DEVASTATED LANDS follows Shane Cooper, a loner who prefers wilderness to people. But after the huge eruption of Mount Rainier, Cooper becomes a reluctant savior guiding a group of survivors back to civilization.
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CROSSING XAVIER

Rating: 2.1
The people living on the planet Xavier seem to have a pretty good life. They are ruled over by a benevolent monarch also called Xavier, and every once in a while, a few lucky citizens win passage back to the human race's ancestral home planet, Earth.
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Heartbreak and time travel make for a powerful mix in NO TIME TO SAY GOODBYE

Rating: 4
NO TIME TO SAY GOODBYE follows Dr. Dennis Tanner, a New York surgeon who one day begins to mysteriously lose time. Soon enough, Tanner realizes he's being fast-forwarded into the future.
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EPHAIDRIA

Rating: 3.5
An end-of-the-world sci-fi full of vivid descriptions and magical elements, EPHAIDRIA is nevertheless character leaning, and full of knowing geeky references that’ll endear it to the target reader.
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MOONSTROKE

Rating: 4
Set twelve years after a Moon colony lost contact with Earth, MOONSTROKE is a stellar account of human resilience, ingenuity, and courage.
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THE DEVIL’S DRAGON

Rating: 3
THE DEVIL’S DRAGON is a futuristic science fiction story that presents a thoughtful version of first contact between humans and an alien planet from multiple perspectives.
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TEMPORAL DREAMS

Rating: 4
A boy and a girl living vastly different lives on two different continents must travel through time in order to save their families in TEMPORAL DREAMS.
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A man with no memory finds himself in hellish surroundings in the novel DION: A TALE OF THE HIGHWAY

Rating: 4.2
A man with no memory finds himself in hellish surroundings where he must drive down a seemingly endless highway or face dire consequences in the novel: DION: A TALE OF THE HIGHWAY.
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Parallel worlds collide with universe shattering consequences in KAT CUBED

Rating: 2.5
Would you risk ripping universes apart to save your world? Kat Garcia takes a leap of faith—in the name of science.
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THE FAIRYTALE CHICAGO OF FRANCESCA FINNEGAN

Rating: 5
A businessman on the verge of destroying his life remembers a magical night of his childhood spent in a mythical part of Chicago.
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Anything Is Possible In THE QUANTUM COP, But Only After A Big Cup Of Coffee

Rating: 3.6
Madison – who has just secured her dream job as a physics professor – discovers the flexible nature of reality in the first few pages of THE QUANTUM COP.
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Humanity’s Last Hope For Survival Is A Gamer With Amnesia In GAME OVER

Rating: 2
As the lone survivor and winner of the deathmatch, Ekko Everlasting is captured by a small group of rebels who explain that a central computer controls the world and everything in it and Ekko is, inexplicably, humanity’s last hope for survival.
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TELONAUT, heartfelt, suspenseful, and imaginative

Rating: 3.2
Set on Earth and on the far-off planet of NineDee, TELONAUT tells the story of two men—an interstellar traveler and a scientist—striving to progress the boundaries of the human race while struggling to protect those they love from a colonial planet gone rogue.
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Classic zombies, a sympathetic heroine and daring escapes in MAR RISING

Rating: 3.5
A mysterious organism turns humans into bloodthirsty zombies – but where did it come from, and can it be stopped?
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Living without in DENIAL (SINGULARITY’S CHILDREN, BOOK 1)

Rating: 3
While certain characters shine, DENIAL is a slow and patchwork start to a dystopian science fiction series.
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A young girl explorers her powers in SHADOW GAMES

Rating: 4
In the current glut of movies and tv shows featuring superheros, the main characters are usually thrilled to find themselves with super-powers. But for 15-year-old Emily Heart, those abilities aren’t always welcome or easy to control.