Sci-fi

The Crimson Deathbringer by Sean Robins

Despite living a peaceful life, the Akakies finds themselves under an attack by the Xortaags whose goal is to take over the universe. Even though the Akakies are peaceful creatures, their chief strategist has a plan. Back on Earth, Jim, who is a fighter pilot, is planning to pop the question to his girlfriend when an unexpected visiter lands outside his house injured. The injured turned out to be his friend, Kurt. How do these people all come together in the book? Stay tuned to read the review to find out what this possible war may bring to these people's lives.

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General Adult · Sci-fi

Phoenix: Field of Mars by Jackie Anders

Phoenix: Field of Mars by Jackie Anders is a book about a twenty-eight-year-old, Kyla Marshall, who is in the field of public relations. That was until she ends up dropping in on a special ops’ mission. Literally. She finds herself transported from 2017 to 8 A.D and have no choice but to follow the team with their mission to stop a scientist from unleashing a deadly virus that would kill many in an era where people were still using natural herbs as remedies. At first, she was wary about the men, but as she got to know them, she slowly warmed up to them. Throughout her journey there, the question of whether she will get back home lingers on her mind.

Sci-fi · Young Adult

Hamartia by Raquel Rich

Hamartia by Raquel Rich is a light science-fiction adventure. In the world Grace and her family lives in, there exists a disease called Metagenesis which causes the soul to separate from the body of the host. It is every mother's nightmare for their child to face danger but it is Grace's reality when her son, Jordan, is dying from the very disease. Desperate to save her child, she participates in an experiment that involves cloning souls which have yet been approved by the government. She journeys to the past with her best friend, Kay, to find the past life of her soon-to-be ex-husband to save her child. It is not only a risk to travel back but it also turns into the ultimate test for Grace's relationship with her soon-to-be ex-husband who may turn out not to be her soulmate.

Review · Sci-fi

Chrome Mountain by Ben Schneider

A suspenseful thriller, Chrome Mountain by Ben Schneider, takes place in a modern society with hints of science fiction. Trey Radisson, an inventor, is working on a recent project when he had a horrifying dream which led him to destroy the prototype before it falls into the wrong hand. Now with the invention destroyed, the Chrome which is the country's greatest threat is seeking for him for his knowledge to recreate the prototype.

Review · Sci-fi

The Fading by Linda Taimre

Follows Katherine and Harriet who strives to survive a virus outbreak that worsens as time passes. As the title suggests, the Fading is a dangerous virus which threatens humanity; and Katherine struggles to live the last few moments with her wife, Harriet before taken by the virus. Harriet is struggling to find a cure which seems unreachable to help to save her wife. Powerful people are going against Harriet and it is up to her brains and wits to find a cure for the feeding virus.

Sci-fi

Illuminae (The Illuminae Files, #1) by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

There is a deadly plague that is mutating quickly has broken out on an interstellar evacuation fleet after one of the two megacorporations that are warring with each other over the planet attacks. After evacuating, Kady and Ezra finds themselves tangled in a bigger problem than just breaking up. When Kady starts hacking into the system's data and finds they shouldn't be just worrying about the enemy's warship, but also the fleet's AI, which should be protecting them, but may be the one thing that wants to kill them.

With no one willing to say what is really going on, it is up to Kady and Ezra to uncover the darkness within the ships that were said to be protecting them...