Science Fiction

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CETAPIENS

Rating: 4.3
CETAPIENS by S. Amaranthine is the second novel of a trilogy dealing with large-scale science fiction and fantasy concepts in a non-linear narrative that encompasses multiple planes of existence.
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THE VENCELLO

Rating: 4.7
THE VENCELLO blends fantasy and science fiction to tell a tale about loss, redemption, and our desire to right past wrongs by defending the future.
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THE GRIFFIN

Rating: 3.5
A young man is about to propose to his girlfriend, but finds himself skewered by a mythical sword and dragged into great power and great responsibility.
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CITY OF GODS II: THE HORSEMEN

Rating: 5
CITY OF GODS II: THE HORSEMEN is the second in a series about a world where the old gods have taken over and are running human communities for their own self-aggrandizing reasons, making war on each other and interfering in human lives often for no better reason than the desire for a few new temples.
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Racial tension jumps through time in THE SELAH BRANCH

Rating: 2.9
A young black woman is sent to conduct medical research in a struggling town in West Virginia, where her preconceived notions of racism in small-town America is both challenged and vindicated.
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KNOWN SHIPPABLE, WILL NOT FIX: a wacky and light-hearted Sci Fi adventure.

Rating: 4.8
KNOWN SHIPPABLE, WILL NOT FIX is a farcical tale inspired by a web comic about author Roy W. Russell’s experiences in game development on projects like Bioshock.
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A science fiction space romp in ROADKILL ON THE FLIPSIDE

Rating: 4.5
In the 4th book in the Warrensberg Trilogy, a nervous, persistent 16-year-old and a 17-year-old fiery warrior/business mogul embark on a whirlwind adventure, trying to solve the puzzle of how to prevent the entire universe from being sucked into a giant black hole.
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Join in an exciting caper with ISABEL AND SIOFRA: THE HEIST OF 2098

Rating: 3.7
Isabel Akilina and Siofra O’Malley are new fifth-grade students at an elementary school on Earth’s moon in the year 2115. The two students are instantly united by their newbee status and their love of solving mysteries, but when their curiosity leads them to accidentally travel back in time, will they be able to solve the mystery of how to get home?
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Present-day minority politics overshadow future America in AGENTS OF HOPE

Rating: 4
AGENTS OF HOPE delivers a believable dystopian future of America, where new prejudice mimics that of the current day.
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BAJA CLAVIUS: MOON MEN DEEP INSIDE

Rating: 3.3
From lawless desert brutality to bombastic gay sex to secret celestial time travel, BAJA CLAVIUS: MOON MEN DEEP INSIDE rides quite the otherworldly wave
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SPACE FANDANGO: BACKSTABBER’S BLUES

Rating: 4.5
The Rock is exactly what it sounds like: a hunk of dirt and dust inhabited by only the universe’s most disreputable: thieves, pirates, and assassins inhabit the Rock, evading the law’s grasp on other planets.
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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.