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Frozen Secrets

by Aimee Jodoin

Middle school crushes, competitive sports games, and teenage shenanigans play out on Jupiter’s ice moon Europa in Myles Christensen’s "Frozen Secrets". Thirteen-year-old Max and his family move to Europa for his father’s job.... Read More

Book Review

Always Greener

by Eileen Gonzalez

Eight ordinary people compete to see who has the worst life in J.R.H. Lawless’s piercing science fiction comedy, "Always Greener". The Grass is Greener is poised to become the world’s hottest new reality show, and Liam Argyle, a... Read More

Book Review

The Seep

by Michelle Anne Schingler

The invasion was gentler than expected: The Seep entered the water supply, melded with people, and dulled their fears, offering them a future free of pain, need, and death. But there are some who find this new utopia wanting. Chana... Read More

Book Review

Brink of Life

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

"Brink of Life" is filled with new complications and ramifications for the series’ consideration of eternal life. Rick Moskovitz’s science fiction novel "Brink of Life" continues the story of those affected by clandestine contracts... Read More

Book Review

The Creators

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

This trilogy-ending science fiction title makes an entertaining case for the beauty and dignity of life cycles. Rick Moskovitz’s science fiction trilogy concludes with "The Creators", in which an assembled cast faces the question of... Read More

Book Review

Zero Percenters

by John M. Murray

"Zero Percenters" is philosophical science fiction—a novel take on what it means to be human. In Scott T. Grusky’s science fiction thriller "Zero Percenters", a young woman grapples with morality as humanity evolves into a digital... Read More

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