There were so many awesome sci-fi novels coming out this month, and I can't help but throw some recommendations out and comps so you know whether you want to check them out or not! There are so many different branches of sci-fi that I feel like a lot of people don't recognize, from near-future to … Continue reading If You Liked. . . #14: YA Science-Fiction Edition
I am such a sucker for sci-fi novels (even though I'm currently in a romance mood) and I've been following Caitlin Lochner's A Soldier and A Liar for literal months now! I first heard about it through the cover voting on Swoon Reads (very excited that the cover I voted for won, not gonna lie) and was immediately captured … Continue reading Writer Wednesday: Author Interview with Caitlin Lochner on A Soldier and a Liar (+Giveaway!)
4 stars Daniela Vargas is the Medio School for Girl's top student, but her bright future depends upon no one discovering her darkest secret—that her pedigree is a lie. Her parents sacrificed everything to obtain forged identification papers so Dani could rise above her station, and Dani must keep this hidden now that her marriage … Continue reading We Set the Dark on Fire by Tehlor Kay Mejia: An Enemies to Lover F/F Romance in a World Full of Turmoil
Some dystopian worlds are backdrops for a nice dainty love triangle. Others . . . are vicious little apocalyptic hellscapes where you need to eat human flesh to survive, or die in a giant plume of infectious mist. And This Mortal Coil . . . is of the second type. It's shocking, horrifying, a little bit … Continue reading A This Mortal Coil Survival Guide: How to Stay Alive in a World Where People Burst Into Plumes of Infectious Mist by Emily Suvada (+Giveaway!)
2.5 stars In the near future, dogs are on the brink of extinction as an experiment gone awry caused all canines to become hyperintelligent--leading to hysteria and mass euthanasia. The only surviving dogs are kept on the coast of Florida on Dog Island where they are kept in their wild state. Meanwhile, their robot replacements … Continue reading Your Robot Dog Will Die by Arin Greenwood (DRC): But You Can Still Save the Real One!