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Orphan Station

by Delia Stanley

John Kent’s "Orphan Station" is an emotional, heroic coming-of-age tale that sees the universe through the eyes of a young girl in space as she searches for the truth about her family. Selene Sotana is a bright, creative preteen who... Read More

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The Separation

by Nancy Powell

"The Separation" is an entertaining dystopian thriller centered in a repressed future America. In Thomas Duffy’s smart and timely Big Brother thriller "The Separation", a mathematical genius is caught up in a dangerous game with the... Read More

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Missing Signal

by Susan Waggoner

In "Missing Signal", Seb Doubinsky’s sly science-fiction romp, a counterintelligence agent named Terrence Kovacs is tasked with spreading false UFO claims. The strategy is designed to keep hostile governments perpetually preoccupied.... Read More

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Wired

by Catherine Thureson

In "Wired", a frighteningly believable story set in the not-too-distant future, technology has achieved its darkest promise, replacing human interactions and genuine experiences with virtual reality. Independent, hardworking Maggie has... Read More

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From Paul to Saul

by John M. Murray

"From Paul to Saul" is an engaging, faith-driven postapocalyptic novel. In Joel McNenny’s engrossing and thrilling dystopia "From Paul to Saul", a new generation faces an uncertain future, directed by questions of faith, morality, and... Read More

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