‘Slay’ is an excellent book for STEM interested teenagers that explores the complex global problem of race and prejudice.
‘The Kingdom’ is a special confection. A magical theme park with a dark center and a mystery that is pure Agatha Christie.
Author Thomas Taylor is back with ‘Malamander.’ A mystical middle-grade novel set in a seaside town. Here are 5 Reasons to read it.
‘Lord of Secret’ is a funny, empathetic fantasy novel with an innovative magic system.
‘The Last’ is isolated in a Swiss hotel after a nuclear apocalypse. If that wasn’t bad enough, one the final 20 is a murderer.
The Cloud bills itself as a commercial Utopia. Inevitably, things are not what they seem. Here are 5 reasons to read tech-thriller ‘The Warehouse.’
‘The Monster Who Wasn’t’ is steeped in folk-tale legend. Reminiscent of great classic children’s stories, here are 5 reasons to read it.
If you read one book this year make it ‘Recursion’ by Blake Crouch. Captivating and highly original, it’s a perfect summer thriller.
The ‘Rotherweird’ trilogy is a time-consuming, sometimes convoluted read, but the payoff is well worth the effort.
Dark Blade by Steve Feasy is the start of a new YA fantasy series steeped in mythology. It’s a rollicking tale of good versus evil.
The ‘Embers of War’ series by Gareth L. Powell is a top-notch, addictive space opera filled with brilliant characters you’ll fall in love with.
‘Zero Bomb’ is a thought-provoking read about humanity’s relationship with technology. Here are 5 reasons why you should read it.
‘Xenos’ by Dan Abnett is considered a Black Library classic. Here are 5 Reasons why you should read it.
Here are 5 Reasons to Read the excellent ‘Quiet at the End of the World,’ a deep YA thriller that’s set to be one of the best books of 2019.
‘Kill [Redacted]’ is a thought-provoking analysis of white male privilege and the shattering effects of terrorism. Here are five reasons to read it.
‘The Vela’ is an exciting politically charged SF novel released via Serial Box. Written by 4 talented writers, here are 5 reasons to read it.
‘Jinxed’ by Amy McCulloch is a tech-savvy YA thriller that reimagines the evolution of mobile technology and the possibilities of A.I.
The ‘Warhammer Adventures’ series is here. Top notch fiction to introduce your kids to the ‘Warhammer’ universe.
‘Our Child of the Stars’ will inevitably draw comparisons with E.T. It’s excellent pacing and strong characters make it an very fine read.
5 reasons to read the quietly brilliant ‘Stronger, Faster, and More Beautiful.’ A tale of genetic modification and the future of humanity.
Finally catching up with the rest of the world, I’ve read N.K. Jemisin’s ‘The Fifth Season.’ Here are five reasons why you should too.
‘Unholy Land’ by Lavie TIdhar is a bold alternate history with tissued layers of reality and a Jewish state in the heart of Africa.
What’s best about discovering a trilogy when all the books are out? Devouring the whole lot at once. My 5 Reasons to Read the ‘Themis Files’ by Sylvain Neuvel.
‘Priest of Bones’ by Peter McLean is a dark fantasy set after a brutal war. It blends intrigue and violence to make a very impressive tale.
‘The Psychology of Time Travel’ is a brilliant, mind-bending locked room mystery with a time-travel twist. It’s like nothing you’ve ever read before.
Set in a near future dystopia, ‘Night of the Party’ by Tracey Mathias has great characters, a fine plot, and a palpable sense of menace.
‘Run Riot’ by Nikesh Shukla is a real-time Young Adult thriller. Politically charged with an incendiary plot, it’s an absolute page turner.
‘The Stars Now Unclaimed’ is a military sci-fi novel for people who don’t like military sci-fi. Awesome fights, great characters, better world-building!
‘Foundryside’ is a magnificent fantasy novel filled with innovative magic and dark intrigue. Here are five reasons why you should read it.
Tom Pollock’ sWhite Rabbit, Red Wolf is a glorious geeky math and spy thriller. Check it out for awesome action with a sensitive heart.