This Will Kill That by Danielle K. Roux
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The old regime is dying, and revolution is on the horizon. This Will Kill That is Danielle K. Roux’s debut New Adult Science Fiction/Fantasy blend that immediately drew me in, and has left me desperately needing more. This is a tale of a younger generation fighting to undo…

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Refraction by Naomi Hughes

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Refraction is Naomi Hughes’ recently published blend of YA Science Fiction and Horror, and is a gripping tale of conquering fear. It’s an account of monsters – both as external physical threats, as well as more personal perils of the mind. At its heart, this is a deeply sentimental…

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The Deep by Rivers Solomon

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The Deep is a gorgeous piece of literature mourning the tragic and traumatic history of the African slave trade, as well as celebrating a renewed sense of belonging and togetherness. This novella is crushing and beautiful and emotionally impactful beyond belief…

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Duckett & Dyer: Dicks for Hire is a brilliant blend of science fiction and snarky comedy, just oozing with laugh-out-loud humor and sarcasm. Set in a bustling city very reminiscent of modern day Manhattan, we’re dropped into a seemingly normal world of…

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A Flight of Broken Wings is a charming and beautiful blend of science fiction and urban fantasy with a unique and beautifully-executed concept, and a riddle that had me guessing until the very end…

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When the World Ends by J.L. Forrest

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When the World Ends is a somber tale set in a dark, haunting, and plausible post-apocalyptic future of our own world. A world ravaged to its core, where mysterious dangers lurk in the shadows. Humankind has been defeated and decimated through a series