Category: Science Fiction
|September 16, 2015||Posted by admin under Adventure, Science Fiction, Thriller|
The latest installment from the “The Hunger Games” trilogy
|June 19, 2015||Posted by admin under Action, Fiction, Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller|
A Mind-blowing, creative and suspenseful read
|May 6, 2014||Posted by Christa McGrath under Drama, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult, Young Readers|
In the future, mosquito-borne illnesses have caused death and destruction. Prenna used to live there, but time travel made it possible for her to live in the past.
|May 28, 2013||Posted by Milagros Sanchez under Adventure, History, Mystery, Science Fiction|
Nicola Marter has the psychic gift of being able to touch an object and look into the past lives of people who have owned it. Kearsley’s “The Firebird” is a wonderful and entertaining adventure through both past and present Europe and Russia.
|August 15, 2012||Posted by Crystal Constable under Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult|
After a bombing at his school that kills his best friend Lou, Nik and his friends head north in an attempt to take Sol & Fyffe (Lou’s brother and sister) home to their parents and to safety. But along the way, Sol is kidnapped by the hostiles
|September 12, 2010||Posted by Donco Matevski under Children's Lit, Fantasy, Graphic Novel, Science Fiction, Young Adult|
Missile Mouse is a full colour graphic novel with an action-packed story and limited dialogue that is sure to please the kids. Though there are a few moments that may startle very young readers, there is no overt violence, bloodshed, or gore that is rampant in other graphic novels.
|May 27, 2010||Posted by Kristina Matevski under Fantasy, Science Fiction, Young Adult|
Fever Crumb is set in London about fourteen years after the common people rose against the rule of the “cruel and wicked” Scriven, a race of humans with slight genetic anomalies, namely having pale skin blotched and dappled with markings. Here we meet Fever Crumb, an orphaned teenager raised by the Order of Engineers…
|May 25, 2010||Posted by Cheryl Wartman under Fantasy, Fiction, Science Fiction, Young Adult|
I am fascinated with the idea of humans living under the ocean so the underwater settlement of Dark Life was absorbing even more so because the story really worked; the under ocean aspect stayed in the background of this character-driven book.
|January 22, 2010||Posted by Roger Gordon under Fiction, Science Fiction|
It’s 2009, and Will Piper is a middle-aged FBI agent whose career is in decline. He has been assigned the task of tracking down and bringing to justice the Doomsday killer, someone who is suspected of committing serial murders in the New York City area.