New Science Fiction

Game Over, Pete Watson
by
Joe Schreiber

Reading Level: Grades 4 - 7

You don't have to be a gamer to love this book.  It's an action-packed, hilarious adventure of video games and spies.   Pete Wilson is short $20 to buy the newest, most awesome video game, Brawl-A-Thon 3000XL.  Since he need money he decides, without permission, to hold a garage sale and sell his father's ancient 8-bit game console CommandRoid 85 to The Bug Man.  Mistake!!!   His father is kidnapped and the President of the U.S. starts talking nonsense.  It's up to Pete and friends to save the day.  (game on)  Cartoons and heavily pixilated images by Andy Rash make a winning combination.

Meet illustrator Andy Rash at the iRead kick-off on January 10th.

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Free to Fall
by
Lauren Miller

Reading Level: Grades 8 - Adult

In the not-so-distant future almost everyone is always connected online, and every phone, tablet, app, search engine and social network is made by Gnosis. Rory, like everyone else, allows her Lux app to decide everything, from what she should wear and eat to where she should go and when she should leave and then she posts her every move to Forum, after all, only those pitiful people with untreated APD listen to that tiny opinionated voice in their head (dubbed The Doubt by the drug companies). When she is accepted to a very exclusive college prep school, which guarantees she will get into the best college and find a high powered job, she is thrilled because the school is packed with all the latest Gnosis technology. But the more she learns about her family's past, Gnosis, and The Doubt the more she begins to wonder if Lux is really designed to help her lead the happiest life she can have or if The Doubt may be trying to tell people something important.

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The Haven
by
Carol Lynch Williams

Reading Level: Grades 6 - 8

Shiloh is a Terminal. She has a terrible disease that sometimes requires operations to remove a lung or a kidney, maybe an arm or leg. That is why the Terminals live at Haven Hospital and Halls, so they can be protected and monitored by Dr. King who is the only one who knows when an amputation is necessary. If it wasn't for the Tonic which helps her sleep and remain calm, Shiloh doesn't know how she or the other Terminals would cope.

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