Science Fiction July 2015

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New in July 2015

The Girl at the Center of the World by Austin Aslan
This sequel to The Islands at the End of the World finds Leilani reunited with her family on Hawaii's Big Island as humanity slowly adapts to the new, post-apocalyptic normal. In the wake of the events of the first book, Leilani must persuade the Orchid, the extraterrestrial responsible for the global nuclear meltdowns, to absorb the radiation threatening to plunge the planet into nuclear winter.

Alive by Scott Sigler
Sigler opens his Generations trilogy with a wallop: Em wakes up trapped in a coffin and must break out from the inside. Once free, she discovers others like her, all believing they are 12 years old, despite bodies that suggest otherwise and strange circular markings on their foreheads.

Crash: The Game book 3 by Eve Silver
This final novel in the Game trilogy finds Miki and Jackson fighting evil forces mentally and interdimensionally. Middle-volume Push found the alien nemesis, Drau, crossing dimensions and entering Miki's real life. Now, in the aftermath, Miki is anguished by her father's hospitalization and her best friend's coma

New in June 2015

The Leveller by Julia Durango
Nixy Bauer is a virtual bounty hunter. Her parents are developers for a highly advanced virtual reality called the MEEP, and Nixy, an unofficial beta tester, uses her inside knowledge to make money from clients who hire her to "drag their wayward sons and daughters back from the MEEP." When she is contacted by the creator of the virtual reality, she is thrilled at the lucrative opportunity. But the job is especially hard, and when she finally reaches her employer's son Wyn, she discovers that he is trapped and that her job is actually a rescue mission

New in May 2015

Deadly Design by Debra Dockter
Connor and Kyle McAdams's parents never knew their sons' DNA had been manipulated in vitro by a self-serving geneticist, until it was too late. When the athletic, intelligent, and popular Connor dies of heart failure on his 18th birthday, it is an inexplicable tragedy. Sixteen-year-old Kyle, who had always lived in his brother's shadow, launches a social media search for other teens conceived at the fertility clinic and unravels a horrifying experiment gone wrong, spelling doom for the other teens and for himself.

Eternity's Wheel by Neil Gaiman, Michael Reaves and Mallory Reaves (Interworld #3)
It has been two years since Joseph Harker first Walked between dimensions, met the alternate forms of himself, and formed a team to protect the Altiverse in the struggle between the vicious forces of magic and science--and now, injured, he has returned to his own dimension, bringing danger with him.

Nil Unlocked by Lynne Matson (Nil, book 2)
Trapped on the island of Nil in a parallel universe, Rives is the undisputed leader of Nil City but raiders, non-human inhabitants, and new arrivals make it ever harder to maintain order and Rives teams up with Skye, a new arrival with a mysterious past, in a desperate race to save all the residents of Nil.

Burn by Walter Jury and Sarah Fine (Sequel to Scan)
Tate learns quickly that the H2 are the least of his problems when a new alien race begins to threaten the planet"--Provided by publisher.

The Dark Water by Seth Fishman (Well's End, book 2)
"Mia and her friends resurface at the well's end to discover an astounding underground civilization, and immediately find themselves drawn into a terrible civil war"--Provided by publisher

Soulprint by Megan Miranda
Alina's spent her seventeen years imprisoned for the crimes of her past self, as shown by soul-fingerprinting when she was a newborn, but when a group of people with questionable motives helps her escape, she discovers she may not be as innocent as she believes and must wonder if she's fated to repeat her past.

New in April 2015

The Lazarus Game by Stephen J. Valentine
When fifteen-year-old genius Carter Chance agrees to help create the "most advanced video games ever imagined"--something he hopes will impress the hottest girl in town--Carter gets himself involved in a dangerous adventure.

Forged (a Taken Novel) by Erin Bowman
In the last of the Taken trilogy, Gray sets out with a few of his Expat buddies to discover what villainy is taking place at the Compound, an island fortress run by the evilly dictatorial Frank.

Terminal by Kathy Reichs (Virals, book 5)
"Tory and her comrades must track a new pack of rogue Virals who have brought on the attention of a shadowy government organization intent on learning the secret to their powers."--Provided by publisher.

The Fearless by Emma Pass
Seven years after the Fearless army invades England and injects everyone with a serum that strips them of humanity, Cass and her brother, Jori, are living on Hope Island in a community of survivors, but when Jori is taken by the Fearless, she will risk everything to get him back.


New in March 2015

Unchanged by Jessica Brody (The Unremembered Trilogy, book 3)
"As more secrets re revealed, more enemies are uncovered, and the reality of a Diotech-controlled world grows closer every day, Sera will have to choose where her true loyalties lie, but it's a choice that may cost her everything she's ever loved."--Provided by publisher.

Charisma by Jeanne Ryan
Tacoma, Washington, high school junior Aislyn's extreme shyness has crippled her socially and cost her a college scholarship, so she jumps at the chance to try an illegal gene therapy, but although she is finally able to date her long-time crush, Jack, the therapy becomes a contagious disease that can be fatal.

Breaking Sky by Cori McCarthy
In the year 2048, Chase Harcourt, call sign "Nyx," is one of only two pilots chosen to fly the experimental "Streaker" jets at the Junior Air Force Academy, but few know the pain and loneliness of her past or the dark secret about her father, and as the world tilts toward war, Chase cracks open a military secret.

Dove Rising by Karen Bao
"On a lunar colony, fifteen-year-old Phaet Theta does the unthinkable and joins the Militia when her mother is imprisoned by the Moon's oppressive government.

Quake by Patrick Carman (Pulse, book 3)
Teens Faith and Dylan finally go head-to-head with the mastermind behind their "pulses".

Burning Kingdoms by Lauren DeStefano (The Internment Chronicles, book 2)
After Morgan Stockhour and her friends escape Internment, she discovers that life on the ground is not safer, and that, perhaps, going over the edge has led her to madness.

The Memory Key by Liana Lui
" In the not-so-distant future, everyone is implanted with a memory key to stave off a virulent form of alzeimer's. Lora Mint fears her memories of her deceased mother are fading, but when her memory key is damaged she has perfect recall--of everything--which brings her mother's memory vividly back, but may also drive Lora mad."--Provided by publisher.