Europa Academy Book 1 by Myles Christensen Published on: January 25, 2020
Although this gives every appearance of being a book that introduces middle grade children to the science fiction genre, make no mistake this is most definitely an introduction to the thriller genre as well.
Archangel One Book 2 by Evan Currie Published on: January 14, 2020
There is almost no worse feeling for a book lover than when you fall in love with a series and the next one isn’t available yet to immediately pick up and read, which is exactly where I am with this second book in the Archangel One series. This military science fiction novel kept me on the edge of the seat the entire journey through and I am left wanting more.
Odyssey One #1 by Evan Currie Published on: March 27, 2012 Narrated by: David de Vries
Space Opera/Military Science Fiction: I love both of these sci fi subgenres, but I actually discovered this series by accident. Somehow I found the follow-on series first, fell in love with it and decided to start from the beginning – the Odyssey One series. Plus, Kindle Unlimited offers both the book and audio book, which made it even better for me since I love listening to audio books.
By Evan Currie Narrated by Stephen Dexter Published on: September 1, 2019
Sometimes you find a book when you just need it most. I tend to really enjoy military science fiction stories, but oddly enough I don’t read them very often. Not sure why that is. I happened to run across this one when randomly searching on my Kindle for something new to read within science fiction. Kindle Unlimited offered this one in both written and audio format. I chose the audio version and it was a blast!
Greystone Secrets #1 by Margaret Peterson Haddix Narrated by Jorjeana Marie Published on: April 2, 2019
I had previously seen The Strangers as well as the next in the series The Deceivers, but never added it to my to-be-read list. However, when it became one the finalists for middle grade book of the year in GoodReads 2019 Choice Awards, I thought perhaps it was time that I should pick it up. It didn’t end up winning – The Tyrant’s Tomb by Rick Riordan did and I suspect one day I’ll add that one to my list too.
By Kevin A. Kuhn Published on: October 21, 2019 Genre: Speculative Fiction/ Sci-Fi/ Anthology
The Twilight Zone! A TV show that ran from 1959-1964 that easily became a classic with its opening music theme and eerie concept. In the introduction to this short story collection, the author describes how in his youth he watched this beloved series. Ten Tales of a Dark Tomorrow is a collection of ten short stories written reminiscent to the show in multiple ways as well as pay homage to it and to his youth.
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By Jem Tugwell Published by Serpentine Books Genre: Techno Thriller/ Procedural Published on June 6, 2019
An entertaining, yet thought-provoking police procedural set in the near future where society has given away their person freedoms in favor of being more secure and more healthy. Now the government has the ability to monitor where each person is, what they eat, how much they exercise, how fast they drive…. all through the iME – an implanted device on each person.