Book Wizard: Science Fiction Books 1-4


This exciting genre of books focuses on speculations on science or technology. They may be set far in the future or perhaps in some advanced alternate reality. The plot may revolve around the use of high-tech tools or techniques to solve the problem. Or the book may be scientific speculation on the results of some event.

“The Dead & The Gone,” by Susan Beth Pfeffer

In this thrilling piece of speculative fiction a giant asteroid hits the moon, jarring it into a new orbit closer to Earth. Dramatic climate changes result for the Earth, and panic and looting run rampant.

Seventeen-year-old Alex Morales must try to keep himself and his two sisters alive through the terrible disaster.

“The Adoration of Jenna Fox,” by Mary E. Pearson

Seventeen-year-old Jenna awakes from a coma to find herself completely changed. In her time advanced medical technology has allowed scientists to replace damaged body parts with biotechnology. Jenna was involved in a deadly car accident, and only 10% of her real brain and a few tissue samples were salvaged. The rest of Jenna's body was reconstructed using nanotechnology and electronics. Jenna must face the question of whether she is human or just a digital continuation of a girl who really died.

“Atherton – The House of Power,” by Patrick Carman

In this amazing science fiction fantasy readers are introduced to the world of Atherton. Atherton was created by a mad scientist to serve as a new refuge for humans who wanted to escape the ruined, polluted environment of Earth.

But now the world is changing in mysterious ways, and only one person can understand what is happening: the scientist who created Atherton.

“Atherton – Rivers of Fire,” by Patrick Carman

This exciting sequel to "Atherton - The House of Power" continues the adventure.

In search of answers about his word daring young Edgar travels into the depths of Atherton. Here intricate processes take place, designed to keep the world of Atherton alive. But for Edgar, they are nothing but danger.

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Inkweaver Review 2009-04-23T14:21:00-05:00

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