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SCIENCE FICTION





ALWAYS GREENER
By J.R.H. Lawless

A dark but whimsical comedy about a near-future reality show competition for world’s worst life.

(Book 1 of The General Buzz)





THE HEADS OF CERBERUS
By Gertrude Barrows Bennett

A 1919 pulp classic about a nightmarish future America where the ruling class forces the poor to compete in deadly games.





THE RUDE EYE OF REBELLION
By J.R.H. Lawless

Reality show host Liam Argyle sets out to destroy the very people who chose him for fame and fortune in the corporate dystopia of 2074.

(Book 2 of The General Buzz)





THE WAY OUT
By Armond Boudreaux

Two fearless women discover far-reaching new laws and technologies for human reproduction are designed to eliminate children with terrifying telepathic powers before they’re born.

(Book 1 of Forbidden Minds)





WE
By Yevgeny Zamyatin

In this forgotten Russian masterpiece that inspired Orwell’s 1984, a government scientist meets a sultry revolutionary who opens his eyes to the horrors of life under the perfect totalitarian state.





WILD SUN
By Ehsan Ahmad & Shakil Ahmad

On a world enslaved, a fierce young woman prays for her chance to strike back at the soldiers of the interstellar empire that conquered her people.

(Book 1 of the Wild Sun Series)







FANTASY





ASPERFELL
By Jamie Thomas

Banished to an otherworldly prison for magicians, an aristocrat’s sharp-tongued daughter must discover her own magic and rescue a dark prince if she hopes to prevent a civil war.

(Book 1 of the Asperfell Trilogy)





SAND DANCER
By Trudie Skies

In a desert kingdom where fire magic is a sin, a half-starved peasant girl must disguise herself as a nobleman’s son to find her father’s killer.

(Book 1 of Sand Dancer)







YOUNG ADULT





SAND DANCER
By Trudie Skies

In a desert kingdom where fire magic is a sin, a half-starved peasant girl must disguise herself as a nobleman’s son to find her father’s killer.

(Book 1 of Sand Dancer)







CLASSICS





THE HEADS OF CERBERUS
By Gertrude Barrows Bennett

A 1919 pulp classic about a nightmarish future America where the ruling class forces the poor to compete in deadly games.





WE
By Yevgeny Zamyatin

In this forgotten Russian masterpiece that inspired Orwell’s 1984, a government scientist meets a sultry revolutionary who opens his eyes to the horrors of life under the perfect totalitarian state.