Middle Reader Science Fiction Books
Science Fiction Books which are written for children ages 8 to 14 with G and PG situations and language.
A World Too Near by Kay Kenyon - a review
Titus Quinn is back in the world of the Entire, but unlike his trip in The Bright of the Sky, Titus is not alone this time.
Affinity Trap by Martin Sketchley - a review
The American release of Sketchley´s first novel
Apocalypse Ocean by Tobias Bucknell - a review
Kay wants to rule Trumbull, but something beyond her control is threatening her city; the Doaq. With a wormhole for a mouth, this creature is wandering the streets at night sucking down people and buildings alike.
Aurora Rising by Toni Seger - a review
A half-machine, considered an abomination by many, becomes the leader of a machine-loving sect on a anti-machine planet.
Boneyards by Kristine Katheryn Rusch - a review
In the third book in the Diving Universe by Kristine Kathryn Rusch, Boss continues searching for evidence of ancient technology, while Squishy tries to halt Stealth Tech research in the Empire.
Bright of the Sky by Kay Kenyon - a review
Two years ago star pilot Titus Quinn believed he traveled to another world. Back on Earth, Minerva Company doesn´t believe it until an AI gone amok finds another rift.
Carnival by Elizabeth Bear - a review
Michaelangelo and Vincent are sent to New Amazonia to infiltrate the government and uncover their seemingly inexhaustible source of energy.
Cast of Shadows by Kevin Guilfoile - a review
Cast of Shadows is an interesting look at what makes us human.
City of Ruin by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
While investigating a series of mysterious deaths most likely caused by Stealth Tech, Boss and her team make an amazing discovery.
City Without End by Kay Kenyon - a review
Kay Kenyon continues her epic science fiction series, The Entire and the Rose, about a parallel world.
Cyberabad Days by Ian McDonald - a review
Cyberabad Days is a collection of short stories by award winning author science fiction Ian McDonald set in future India.
Diving Into the Wreck by Kristine Kathryn Rusch
Boss is a veteran deep space pilot with a passion for wreck diving, so when she discovers a ship that can´t possibly exist, her curiosity is piqued.
Existence by David Brin - a reivew
Two alien artifacts want to communicate with humans, but each one calls the other a liar.
Fallen by Traci Slatton - a review
In a post apocalyptic world with deadly mist and psychic powers, Emma and Arthur fall in love, but Arthur´s secret could destroy everything.
False Covenant by Ari Marmell - a review
A grotesque creature is haunting the nigh time streets of Davillion and Widdershins may be the only person able to stop it.
Galileo´s Children - a review
A collection of stories that examine the connection and clash between science and religion
Genetopia by Keith Brooke - a review
As "true" humans try to keep their hold on the top of the evolutionary chain, they banish or enslave those who are "lost".
Ghosts in Manhattan by George Mann - a review
A mix of superheroes and steampunk set in 1920´s Manhattan
Hearts of Smoke and Steam by Andrew P. Mayer
The second book in The Society of Steam steampunk series by Andrew P. Mayer picks up right where The Falling Machine ends.
Hurricane Moon by Alexis Glynn Latner - a review
The starship Aeon has traveled several centuries to colonize and earth-like planet but they find a myriad of unexpected problems. can a brilliant but arrogant molecular biologist save them?
I Am Legend by Richard Matheson - a review
When first published in 1954, Matheson´s novel about a vampire creating plague was marketed as science fiction and it obviously has elements of both horror and SF.
Keeping It Real by Justina Robson - a review
Lila Black is a government agent who is more metal than flesh. Her first assignment? To protect an elven rock star receiving death threats.
Machina by Jonathan Lyons - a review
Machina is the second novel by Jonathan Lyons.
New Skies - a review
A review of a science fiction short story anthology
Perfection Unleashed by Jade Kerrion - a review
Pioneer labs has created the perfect human and once he is kidnapped all hell breaks loose.
Resonance by Chris Dolley - a review
To Graham Smith everything has a routine that help keep the fabric of the world together. You see, several times he has experienced an unraveling where reality changes.
Ringworld's Children - a review
A review of Larry Niven´s Ringworld´s Children
Sagramanda by Alan Dean Foster - a review
Taneer Buthalee decides Sagramanda is an excellent place to hide after stealing a genetic engineering secret worth billions.
Spin State by Chris Moriarity - a review
Chris Moriarity’s debut novel was nominated for the Phillip K Dick award.
Starship : Mercenary by Mike Resnick - a review
Military outlaw Wilson Cole and the crew of the Teddy R, change from pirates to mercenaries on the Inner Frontier
Starship : Mutiny by Mike Resnick - a review
Even an army of allied humans and aliens has misfits. In The Republic such people are sent to serve on the Theodore Roosevelt. Starship : Mutiny is the first in a new series set in Mike Resnick´s Birthright Universe.
Starship : Pirates by Mike Resnick - a review
Mike Resnick's Starship Pirate picks up the story of Wilson Cole and the crew of the Teddy R.
Starship : Rebel by Mike Resnick - a review
In the fourth book of the Starship series, Resnick continues the fast-paced space opera action of the previous books.
Telefax Acclaimed by Toni Seger - a review
A civil war is brewing on Samera. The machine loving Dodis are pitted against the "primitive" Samerac for the possession of their planet. Orchestrating the conflict is the Federation, a technology dependent culture that coverts the natural resources on SAmera
The Buntline Special by Mike Resnick - a review
In a steampunk version of the Old West, Doc Holliday and Earps protect Thomas Edison from an assassin.
The Darwin Elevator by Jason M. Hough - a review
A plague hits Earth, changing the infected into zombie-like violent 'subhumans' and the only safe zone is the alien-built aura around Darwin, Australia. But now the aura seems to be failing.
The Falling Machine by Andrew P. Mayer - a review
In a steampunk version of 1880s New York, Sarah Stanton is a socialite dreaming of becoming a hero.
The God Particle by Richard Cox - a review
Steve Keeley falls from a three story building and wakes in a hospital, knowing something about him has changed.
The Healer by Michael Blumlein, MD - a review
In The Healer by Michael Blumlein there are two types of people; humans and tesques
The Horns of Ruin by Tim Akers - a review
In a magic-infused steampunk world, Eva Forge is the last paladin of the dead god Morgan, the once god of battle and guardian of the Fraterdom. As the Cult of Morgan is dying out, Eva unravels a conspiracy in the foundation of her society.
The Physics of the Buffyverse by Jennifer Oullette
Through the immensely popular Buffy the Vampire Slayer universe this book strives to explain and illustrate a multitude of scientific principles in an easily understood medium.
The Prince of Storms by Kay Kenyon - a review
In the final book of The Entire and the Rose series, Titus Quinn must secure the future of two universes.
The Quiet War by Paul McAuley - a review
23rd century Earth is close to war with the Outers-- settlements of refugees from the dictatorial regimes on Earth.
The Science Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe
Although Edgar Allan Poe is most known for his gothic tales, he did have a few significant science fiction tales.
The Strings of Pandora by Mel & Kip Praissman
Gerry Miller invented LifeShield to protect people from gun violence, but he never imagined the impact it would have on society.
The Telefax Box by Toni Seger - a review
The Machine is an all seeing computer that controls and documents almost every aspect of everyday life. but The Machine, which records everything that happens at Central, has no record of a scientist´s obviously violent murder.
The Zona by Nathan Yocum - a review
In a post apocalyptic world, Preacher Lead hunts down people the Church marks as sinners, but what happens when he starts to question?
This Place Has No Atmosphere Book Review
This Place Has No Atmosphere by Paula Danzinger is a sweet Coming of Age Science Fiction which I enjoyed reading.
U.R.B. by James Cox - a review SF/Fantasy Books Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | SF/Fantasy Books Site Map
Freelance agents Tarker Guth and Ned Fred are called in to investigate the U.R.B. a new gang making headlines with their violence.
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