Science Fiction

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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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THE LAST MA-LOO, an offbeat cosmic adventure

Rating: 4.2
Funny, weird, delightful, THE LAST MA-LOO is an unforgettably eccentric romp through the multiverse.
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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.
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A determined mother battles for her family’s safety in a futuristic world in: TITAN

Rating: 3
TITAN begins with an ominous poem/list of reasons why America fell and brought the rest of the world with her before rising as “Amerikka.”
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Fifteen-year-old fights predators in the fantastical world of: PHILOMENA

Rating: 5
Part swashbuckling adventure, part richly detailed fantasy universe, part coming of age tale, this rich foray into the Cor Novan Sky Alamanac spans multiple genres.
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Suspenseful yet quirky, a comedic sci-fi thriller about a virus with its own agenda: THE CYGNUS VIRUS

Rating: 3
A man downloads a computer virus from another planet with a terrifying agenda of its own in this enticing and sometimes quirky sci-fi thriller.
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A solar storm threatens civilization in: ELECTRICITY

Rating: 3
An increase in solar flare activity, culminating in a massive solar storm, threatens life and civilization as we know it.
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Travel between Pre and Post Apocalyptic worlds in: GHOST RAIN

Rating: 3.5
Characters grapple through two separate time periods, one pre-apocalypse and one post, in this intriguing first part of The End of Reality series.
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The hearts of humans and robots in: AUTONOMOUSLY YOURS

Rating: 4.5
While ANONYMOUSLY YOURS setting is the future and deals with technology yet to be fully realized, the heart of the story has to deal with love and loss, and the way people are treated as objects, feelings that are very much present in life today.
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A troubled young girl finds her inner hero in a terrifying near-future world in: TICK

Rating: 4
In this highly imaginative yet overcrowded novel by Allison Rose, Josephine (Jo) Bristol must struggle against many foes, both internal and external.
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Outsmarting technology in: SMART

Rating: 4
When a friend goes missing, a failed startup developer must delve deep into the world of smart technology to save him.
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It’s science versus religion as an asteroid heads for earth in: THE DARKEST SIDE OF SATURN

Rating: 5
Two astronomers discover an asteroid on a potential collision course with Earth.
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A family faces peril as they travel across a post-apocalyptic earth in: PARCHED

Rating: 4
In a post-apocalyptic Earth where the sun has become a Red Giant causing extreme heat, massive drought, and near total dissolution of society, the Deforios family are chased from their home in California by armed marauders, and attempt a harrowing passage east to their hometown of Lorain, Ohio.
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Two humans plot to thwart an alien invasion in: ARCHANGEL DOWN

Rating: 4
Humanity may have made first contact. Meanwhile, unaware of why they’ve been implicated as members of the mysterious Archangel Project, a potential alien invasion, two strangers set out to save a planet.