Science Fiction

Ms. Marvel, Vol. 1: No Normal by G. Willow Wilson

Kamala Khan is a smart, funny, superhero obsessed teen growing up in Jersey City. After sneaking out one night to attend a forbidden party, she is enveloped in a mysterious fog and wakes up with the power to morph into anyone or anything she wants. Feeling obligated to use her powers to help people like her idol, Captain Marvel, Kamala struggles to negotiate life with the rules set by her loving, but strict Pakastani parents, her social life, and her new powers. 

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Mindwar by Andrew Klaven

Rick Dial was the best quarterback in Putnam Hills High’s history, the unstoppable Number 12.  But when an accident destroyed his legs, his heroic life ended. Around the same time, his dad disappeared, leaving Rick and little brother alone with his financially-strapped mom. To cope, Rick disappears into his room and loses himself in his video games. Badgered by his mother to get out of his dark room, Rick teeters on crutches and painfully walks to the corner where he is grabbed and a syringe is plunged into his neck . . .

Steelheart by Brandon Sanderson

A decade ago, a mysterious event known as the Calamity transformed ordinary people into powerful beings with incredible powers and abilities. Known as Epics, these corrupt superheroes have subjugated humanity and taken over the world. As a child, David watched as his father was killed by an Epic. Now, ten years later, he joins the Reckoners, who are trying to eliminate the Epics and end their tyrannical rule. 

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Deep Blue by Jennifer Donnelly

Seraphina is about to be crowned heir to the mermaid throne, when suddenly both of her parents are killed in an attack on her city. Sera goes on the run. Nightmares plague her and drive her and five other mermaids to try to stop an ancient evil that wants to destroy mermaid-kind. Seraphina must deal with a lot to save all and become the mermaid heir.

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman and Meagan Spooner

Tarver Merendsen is a young decorated war hero from a normal - but not rich - family.  Lilac LaRoux is the daughter of the richest and most powerful man in the universe.  They meet by chance on board the mega-spaceship Icarus, but Lilac quickly puts a stop to any intentions, as her father is known for making interested men disappear.  One afternoon, the Icarus is suddenly yanked out of hyperspace, forcing Lilac and Tarver to eject in an escape pod.  They land on a terraformed but seemingly uninhabited planet.

Wool Omnibus by Hugh Howey

The outside is toxic and deadly; for generations, humankind has been confined to a massive underground silo.  Everyone must serve a purpose and is tightly regulated to make sure nothing goes to waste.  Step outside of the law, and you are sentenced to death by “cleaning”— sent outside with a suit designed to keep you alive only long enough to clean the exterior landscape cameras.  Why all those sentenced actually go through with the cleaning is a mystery to those in the Silo….  Juliette, a young woman from the mechanical division, is handpicked t

Tesla's Attic by Neal Shusterman

Nick’s family moves to Colorado Springs and into a deceased aunt’s home.  The attic is full of clutter and Nick decides to have a garage sale to make space for a bedroom.  The items turn out to have strange powers which attract a sinister group of scientists who have suspect reasons for wanting them.  It is up to Nick and his friends to keep the stuff out of the wrong hands so they can figure out exactly what power this pile of junk holds.

Vitro by Jessica Khoury

When seven-year-old Sophie Crue and her father left Guam, her scientist mother stayed behind, working for Corpus on Skin Island. Much later, seventeen-year-old Sophie gets an emergency email from her mother. On Guam, no one will fly Sophie to mysterious Skin Island. Jim , a childhood friend, reluctantly agrees to take her and the plane is damaged on landing. Sophie goes with island resident Nicholas to find her mother, but becomes suspicious of him. Sophie slips into a room to find Lux sleeping – a girl who looks exactly like her.

Jedi Academy by Jeffrey Brown

Roan is graduating from primary school, and waiting for his invitation to attend Pilot Academy Middle School.  He can’t wait to fly in space!  However, he’s rejected by Pilot Academy, but luckily gets a last minute invitation to go to Jedi School on the planet Coruscant.  He doesn’t know anything about Jedi’s or the Force, but it’s better than going to the Plant academy.

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