Technology Fiction For Teens
The Web and technology are part the lives of most Western young adults. These fiction books take a new look at something we take for granted.
- Anderson, M.T. Feed.
In a future where most people have computer implants in their heads to control their environment, a boy meets an unusual girl who is in serious trouble.
- Vega, Denise. Click Here (To Find Out How I Survived Seventh Grade).
Seventh-grader Erin Swift writes about her friends and classmates in her private blog. When her blog gets posted accidentally on the school Intranet site, she learns some important lessons about friendship.
- Card, Orson Scott. Ender’s Game.
In a world decimated by alien attacks, the government trains young geniuses like Ender Wiggin in military strategy with increasingly complex computer games.
- Myracle, Lauren. Ttyl.
Chronicles, in "instant message" format, the day-to-day experiences, feelings, and plans of three friends, Zoe, Maddie, and Angela, as they begin tenth grade.
- Philbrick, W. R. The Last Book in the Universe.
A thousand years in the future, an earthquake destroys much of the planet, and an epileptic teenager nicknamed Spaz begins the heroic fight to bring human intelligence back to Earth.
- Reid, Roger. Space.
While at Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Jason struggles to understand his acerbic sidekick and makes promises to respect the confidence of others.
- Vande Velde, Vivian. Heir Apparent.
While playing a total immersion reality game of kings, Giannine learns that demonstrators have damaged the equipment to which she is connected. Win the game or be damaged herself!
- Vizzini, Ned. Be More Chill.
Badly in need of self-confidence and a change of image, high school nerd Jeremy swallows a pill-sized super computer that is supposed to help him get whatever he wants.
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