Category: Young Adult

Untamed by Madeline Dyer

Untamed by Madeline Dyer

As one of the last Untamed humans left in the world, Seven’s life has always been controlled by tight rules. Stay away from the Enhanced. Don’t question your leader. And, most importantly, never switch sides–because once you’re Enhanced there’s no going back. Even if you have become the perfect human being. But after a disastrous raid on an Enhanced city, Seven soon finds herself in her enemy’s power. Realizing it’s only a matter […]

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Posted 10th January 2017 by IndieSFfantasy / Books, Young Adult 0 Comments

Revelations by Pamela Daniell

Revelations by Pamela Daniell

Jenna Morgan is just like any normal teenager. That is until she turns seventeen. In a matter of a week Jenna is kidnapped, meets a mysterious young man named, Alex and learns the shocking truth about her true heritage, which is the reason both demons and the angels are hunting her. Just when she comes to accept her new identity the unthinkable happens leaving Jenna devastated. She soon meets Dylan, a small town […]

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Rescue Island by Stone Marshall

Rescue Island by Stone Marshall

First Impressions Minecraft isn’t one of my most favourite things (owing to the fact my children play it constantly, talk about it endlessly and when their friends comes around, armed with their laptops, my house resembles a Minecraft themed internet cafe), but if you have a young child or adult who enjoys Minecraft, then I honestly think they’ll enjoy this book. It begins at the same point a user will begin a new […]

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Emperors of Time by J.W.Penn

Emperors of Time by J.W.Penn

;Tim is a shy history nerd, Julie is popular and smart, Billy is athletic and confident, and Rose is clever and quirky. But what none of them understand is why Steven Hopkins, a Time Traveler from the 24th century, has chosen them to take on the Emperors of Time. The four teens must travel back to 1916 San Francisco to stop the past from being changed. If they fail, the self-proclaimed Emperors of […]

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Dystopia

Dystopia

There are elements of 1984 in here, and earlier chapters reminded me a little of the City of Ember, but I persevered and was able to engage with events a little easier after Dana’s arrival at the Waste Management Plant. Her character begins to develop a little as she finds her way around this prison camp styled facility, making both friends and enemies, but a lot of the secondary characters did seem a […]

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