The Wild Robot by Peter Brown

When ROZZUM unit 7134 is activated on the island, she has no way of knowing that she does not belong there. She's been programmed to learn, so she immediately begins to learn. She learns to find shelter and how to survive in the wild. But none of the things living on the island, Roz included, expected her to thrive in the wild.


Illuminae by Amie Kaufman and Jay Kristoff

The Illuminae Group has finally completed a dossier with all of the documents, transcripts, and security footage relevant to the BeiTech attack on Kerenxa in 2075, as well as the events that occured on the ships that took in refugees in the months following.

Dark Matter by Blake Crouch

When a science fiction novel is well written, the "science" makes sense. It sounds plausible and realistic. A good science fiction author makes it easy for the reader to make the jumps that are necessary to buy into this world where technology is so far beyond what we have access to now. And Blake Crouch did that in Dark Matter. Dealing with alternate universes is complicated, and it is so easy to get confused and muddled up when you're trying to follow a story through different universes. But here, the "science" felt like it could really work. It felt as if this were something that wasn't too far off from possibly happening. And I think that's what made this story so compelling.

Top Ten 2017 Debuts I’m Excited For

Top Ten Tuesday This meme is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish, you can click through the link if you want to know more about it. This Tuesday's theme is the 10 books debuting in 2017 that you're most excited for. And can I just say, I am very excited for these books. 10. …

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Winter – Marissa Meyer

Winter by Marissa Meyer Division 4 & up Received: Library Publication Date: November 10, 2015 Publisher: Feiwel and Friends 5 out of 5 stars The Blurb: The fourth and final installment of The Lunar Chronicles is a retelling of Snow White...but on the moon - or Luna, now that it's been colonized. Winter is the …

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