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Science fiction books

Blitz – Clan by Realm Lovejoy

Clan Realm Lovejoy Publication date: November 12th 2013 Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult “Highly enjoyable, thought-provoking sci-fi by an author with considerable talent and promise.”–Kirkus Reviews ____ Clans are Unity. No variation. No deviation. On Clades, to be a Clan is to be an exact copy. A perfect society cloning themselves to survive, even as the zombielike Frags threaten to… Read more »

Cover Reveal – Quanta Rewind by Lola Dodge

Quanta Rewind Lola Dodge (The Shadow Ravens #4) Published by: Ink Monster LLC Publication date: April 25th 2017 Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult With more and more Red Helixes turning up missing or dead, the Shadow Ravens are ready to take their fight to Doctor Nagi himself. But breaking into Alpha Citadel is no cakewalk, and Quanta isn’t so sure… Read more »

Book Review – Alpha Male by Joshua Corey Mays

Alpha Male is an interesting thought experiment about the world of superheroes and their actions, but the areas where superhero stories usually shine, the characters and the action, it falls a little flat. Thanks to Alpha Male, the city has grown quiet. As a result, few people see any real need for him and treat him either as a celebrity… Read more »

Book Blitz – Before Tomorrow by Pintip Dunn

Before Tomorrow Pintip Dunn (Forget Tomorrow #1.5) Published by: Entangled: Teen Publication date: October 31st 2016 Genres: Science Fiction, Young Adult Prequel to the New York Times bestselling and award-winning novel, FORGET TOMORROW! In a world where all seventeen-year-olds receive a memory from their future selves, Logan Russell’s vision is exactly as he expects — and exactly not. He sees… Read more »

Cover Reveal – Give Me Chaos by Jillian Ashe

Give Me Chaos Jillian Ashe (Wolfegang, #5) Publication date: March 16th 2017 Genres: Adventure, New Adult, Science Fiction The fifth book in the Wolfegang series follows Katerina back to the top secret military base, Enzo, where she is Lt. Donnelly’s prisoner. The lieutenant puts her through tests and experiments to find out what makes her so special, and why the… Read more »

Cover Reveal – ECHO Campaign

  ECHO Campaign Taylor Brooke (Isolation #2) Published by: Limitless Publishing Publication date: November 1st 2016 Genres: Post-Apocalyptic, Science Fiction, Young Adult Brooklyn Harper’s worst nightmare has become her reality. She has been captured by Isolation… Trapped in a white-walled labyrinth by Juneau Malloy, Brooklyn is faced with the horrors of Isolation’s finest training yet. The skills she learned as… Read more »

5-Fly Review – Incubation: Green Fields book 1 by Adrienne Lecter

  I’m in love!  Although it’s was no secret to me that I enjoyed zombie books, after reading Incubation, the first book in the Green Fields series by Adrienne Lecter, I’ve become an even bigger fan.  As a matter of fact, I’d venture to say that not only are zombie books becoming one of my favorite genres, but this book… Read more »

Blog Tour – The Embodied Trilogy by J.B Dutton

The Embodied Trilogy by J.B. Dutton Genre: YA Urban Fantasy/sci-fi Page count: Approx. 560 pages Release date:  July 11th 2016 Summary: The Embodied trilogy is an unusual web of adventure, romance, fantasy, and science fiction. Book one, Silent Symmetry, introduces smart, plucky Manhattan prep school student Kari Marriner, who becomes aware that mysterious aliens called the Embodied and their pseudo-religion, the Temple… Read more »

Book Blitz – Terra Nova by Christine Hart

Terra Nova Christine Hart (The Variant Conspiracy Trilogy, #3) Publication date: September 28th 2016 Genres: New Adult, Romance, Science Fiction The end of the humanity and an unrecognizable future Earth are now days away. After their first glimpse of the Terra Nova virus, Irina and her variant friends know their former employer’s plans are almost at hand. Their failed attempt… Read more »

Review for Book Blog Tour of Dead Girls Don’t Cry:The Undead Space Odyssey Initiative by Casey Wyatt

As someone who reads a plethora of genres in my everyday book dealings, I’m accustomed from time to time of two main genres intermingling; however, Dead Girls Don’t Cry by Casey Wyatt spun me for a loop. It was a cross between urban fantasy, paranormal romance, and sci-fi. Unbelievable! And although there were moments that I wanted to walk away,… Read more »

Book Review – The Universe Inside the Lighthouse: Balky Point Adventures Book 1 by Pam Stucky

  Seventeen-year-old Emma and her twin brother Charlie are expecting another boring summer vacation when the family travels to Balky Point.  As much as they like the locals, it is a quiet, unassuming town where there’s not much going on.  Charlie and Emma go exploring and the adventure all begins inside the lighthouse.  They notice pictures there decades apart that… Read more »

Heart of Earth by Mark Laporta

  Heart of Earth is a funny, charming, and down-right dorky tale that blends sci-fi and YA together seamlessly. It’s the kind of book I ate up like candy through middle and high school, before the days of brooding paranormal romances, and it reminded me how much fun YA could be. Seventeen-year-old Ixdahan Daherek is exiled for selling top-secret information… Read more »

Rarity from the Hollow by Robert Eggleton

“Rarity from the Hollow” is a daring, unique, and fascinating read that attempts to focus on serious real-world issues through a zany sci-fi adventure. While written well enough to be called literary fiction and creative enough to be an interesting science-fiction ride, this didn’t feel the right kind of story for the issues that Eggleton wanted to address. Lacy Dawn… Read more »

Adopted Son by Dominic Peloso

I must say that as I began to read Adopted Son by Dominic Peloso I was fearful that there was no way in the world I was going to enjoy it. Yet as I began to turn the pages-or tap the pages as the case may be- and become engrossed in what I feel is a body of work that… Read more »