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Journey to the Top of the Nether – William C. Tracy

Climb the Unclimbable! Natina grew up studying the artifacts found by her mother, the famous explorer Morvu Francita Januti. Now, her mother has discovered an ancient machine able to drill into the previously impenetrable mineral of the Nether, and is leading an expedition to climb its incredibly high walls for the very first time. She wants Natina to be part of the expedition, but Natina is more comfortable helping her parents research at home—if only her mother were home more often. The Nether’s walls are ...

Debris Dreams – David Colby

The year: 2067 The place: Sun-Earth Lagrange Point L1, 1.5 million kilometers above the surface of the Earth. The objective: Survive. Sixteen-year-old Drusilla Zhao lives in the Hub, a space station used by the Chinese-American Alliance as a base to exploit Luna’s resources. Desperate to break free of the Alliance, a terrorist group from the Moon destroys the space elevator, space’s highway to Earth. In a flash, Dru’s parents are dead and she is cut off from her girlfriend Sarah on Earth. The Alliance declares ...

Meta (The Meta Superhero Novel Series Book 1) – Tom Reynolds

“A hard genre to pull off successfully, but Reynolds succeeds in giving the two-dimensional heroes of comics a more three-dimensional existence in prose.” – The Guardian “Meta was all the fun I expected. I will certainly be picking up the second in this series.” – Boing Boing It’s been ten years since Connor Connolly lost his parents in ‘The Battle’; a fight between The Governor and Jones, two of the world’s strongest metas. Before ‘The Battle’ the world had been full of metas, super-powered humans ...



The Calculating Stars – Mary Robinette Kowal

Mary Robinette Kowal’s science fiction debut, The Calculating Stars, explores the premise behind her award-winning “Lady Astronaut of Mars.”  Goodreads—Most Popular Books Published in July 2018 (#66) The Verge—12 fantastic science fiction and fantasy novels for July 2018  Unbound Worlds—Best SciFi and Fantasy Books of July 2018 Den of Geek—Best Science Fiction Books of June 2018 Omnivoracious—15 Highly Anticipated SFF Reads for Summer 2018 On a cold spring night in 1952, a huge meteorite fell to earth and obliterated much of the east coast of the ...

Shadows In Time – Rick Rogers

14 members of the National Time Standards Agency use recently developed and (well, almost) perfected technology to travel back in time to Dallas in 1963 to videotape the assassination of John F. Kennedy and prove once and for all who shot the President. Only 13 members return to the present time. The team makes a dangerous return visit to 1963 to recover the missing crew member. They discover the issue of who shot the president to be a lot more complicated than they imagined, causing ...

Division – Derek Shupert

Courage must be greater than fear… Nuclear wars have devastated the planet. Life as we know it is over. After a personal failure, Gavin has turned his back on fighting, but with Alliance soldiers dying every day, he has no choice. He must return to battle and take command of a classified unit of high-powered ballistic mechs. The stakes are high as the Syndicates ruthless tyranny threatens those in their path. Will Gavin play his part bravely and see his team across the treacherous Wastelands? ...

Children of Apis: Book 1: Rebel Blood – John Raposa

Sometimes rebellion flows in our blood, ready to be awakened. On July 28, 2057 a cataclysmic event occurred in the United States. Careful planning enabled a tiny percentage of the population to seek refuge underground. Twenty-seven years later the survivors continue the rebuilding process, back on the earth’s surface, in a small community located near Bellows Falls, Vermont. After all these years, many unanswered questions remain: What was the event? Was it planned and could it happen again? Are they the only survivors on earth? ...



Vox – Christina Dalcher

“[An] electrifying debut.”–O, Oprah Magazine “The real-life parallels will make you shiver.”–Cosmopolitan  One of Entertainment Weekly‘s and SheReads’ books to read after The Handmaid’s Tale One of Good Morning America‘s “Best Books to Bring to the Beach This Summer” One of PopSugar, Refinery29, Entertainment Weekly, Bustle, Real Simple, i09, and Amazon’s best books to read in August 2018 Set in a United States in which half the population has been silenced, Vox is the harrowing, unforgettable story of what one woman will do to protect herself and her daughter. On ...