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Bug

by Eileen Gonzalez

A lonely boy befriends a charming but dangerous robot in Giacomo Sartori’s science fiction novel "Bug". After a horrible car accident leaves his mother in a coma, a disabled boy is left to fend for himself among relatives and teachers... Read More

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Unity

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Elly Bangs’s science fiction novel "Unity", two people, haunted by their past deeds, outrun an apocalypse to find new purpose. Danae was already planning her escape from Bloom City, an underwater aquapolis, when the war started. She... Read More

Book Review

Blue Mar

by Eileen Gonzalez

Two sisters find very different destinies in Francesca G. Varela’s novel "Blue Mar". Laurel and Paloma have never been to El Salvador, where their beloved Abuelo grew up; gang wars fueled by climate change have made Central America too... Read More

Book Review

Wild Sun

by Eileen Gonzalez

Rebels fight to free their world from hostile aliens in Ehsan Ahmad and Shakil Ahmad’s intricate science fiction novel, Wild Sun: Unbound. Part of a series, Wild Sun: Unbound is set on Corvos, a world where the native people have been... Read More

Book Review

The Children of D'Hara

by Eileen Gonzalez

A royal couple fights to preserve their magic and their way of life in Terry Goodkind’s fantasy epic The Children of D’Hara. The D’Haran Empire is finally at peace. Its rulers, Richard and Kahlan, risked much to secure that peace,... Read More

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Phoenix Flame

by Eileen Gonzalez

A teenage girl fights to save her family and an entire realm in Sara Holland’s young adult fantasy novel, "Phoenix Flame". Maddie always thought that the inhabitants of Solaria were an evil, dangerous race. Now that she knows the... Read More

Book Review

The Loathing

by Eileen Gonzalez

In the thriller "The Loathing", trauma, vengeance, and the brutality of war are the focus. A man is set on a dangerous, irreversible path in Wilder Nash’s thriller, "The Loathing". Afghanistan, 1999: Hunter, a security contractor, has... Read More

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