Ringer

It has been three weeks since the Haven Institute fell, but it still has subjects Lyra and Gemma in its insidious grip.

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Defy the Stars

Riveting, relevant, and surprisingly romantic, this sci-fi space adventure switches perspectives between a young female soldier and a human-like AI who team up for a dangerous mission.

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Scythe

Elegant and elegiac, brooding but imbued with gallows humor, Shusterman’s dark tale thrusts realistic, likable teens into a surreal situation and raises deep philosophic questions.

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The Diabolic

The Diabolic is a vicious, engrossing novel about genetically-modified people and backstabbing families that will take you on one heck of a ride and leave you craving more. If you’re a fan of sci-fi or anything slightly murderous, I highly recommend picking up a copy of The Diabolic.

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Godsgrave

Godsgrave is an absolute masterpiece, Kristoff’s writing is a symphony of death; it’s beautiful, dark, empowering, and leaves you absolutely freaking speechless (albeit I was swearing at the final page).

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Stars Above

It’s the fan fiction you didn’t have to write because the author wrote it for you. How’s that for a nice ending?

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