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The Rending and the Nest (by Kaethe Schwehn)

Bloomsbury USA (17 May, 2018)

When 95 percent of the earth's population disappears for no apparent reason, Mira does what she can to create some semblance of a life: She cobbles together a haphazard community named Zion, scavenges the Piles for supplies they might need, and avoids loving anyone she can't afford to lose. She has everything under control. Almost. Four years after the Rending, Mira's best friend, Lana, announces her pre ...

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The Silenced: A dark and electrifying supernatural thriller (by Stephen Lloyd Jones)

Headline (19 Apr, 2018)

Mallory Grace just killed a man. To survive the next hour, she'll have to kill again. To survive the night, she'll need a miracle. Obadiah Macintosh doesn't seem like a miracle. He is a recluse who works alone at an animal sanctuary, and he has a secret. When the dogs in his care alert him to intruders hidden by the darkness, he knows they are coming for him. Mallory and Obadiah were strangers, brough ...

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The Feed (by Nick Clark Windo)

Headline (25 Jan, 2018)

Tom and Kate's daughter turns six tomorrow, and they have to tell her about sleep. If you sleep unwatched, you could be Taken. If you are Taken, then watching won't save you. Nothing saves you. Your knowledge. Your memories. Your dreams. If all you are is on the Feed, what will you become when the Feed goes down? For Tom and Kate, in the six years since the world collapsed, every day has been a fig ...

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The Wolves of Winter (by Tyrell Johnson)

HQ (11 Jan, 2018)

Station Eleven meets The Girl With All The Gifts in a powerful speculative book club read, following 23 year old Lynn as she navigates a dystopian future. Forget the old days. Forget summer. Forget warmth. Forget anything that doesn’t help you survive Lynn McBride has learned much since society collapsed in the face of nuclear war and the relentless spread of disease. As memories of her old life haunt ...

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Fade-Out (by Patrick Tilley)

Bloomsbury Reader (14 Dec, 2017)

When an object of undeniably extra-terrestrial origin appears, the world is thrown into panic. Is this alien race harmless or a danger to humanity? Nine weeks later, civilization is on the edge of a total breakdown more devastating than any nuclear war or natural disaster. Patrick Tilley, author of bestselling science fiction series The Amtrak Wars, creates in Fade-Out a chilling thriller of humanity's firs ...

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The After War (by Brandon Zenner)

Brandon Zenner (30 Jun, 2017)

Two years have passed since humankind faced extinction ... Two cousins are leaving the protection of their underground bunker for the first time, after a cataclysmic war and unrelenting disease ravaged the earth. On the other side of North America, a young survivalist is leaving the seclusion of his cabin deep in the woods, traveling with his aging canine companion, Winston. For individual reasons, these me ...

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Coldmaker (by Daniel A. Cohen)

HarperVoyager (02 Nov, 2017)

Eight hundred years ago, the Jadans angered the Crier. In punishment, the Crier took their Cold away, condemning them to a life of enslavement in a world bathed in heat. Or so the tale goes. During the day, as the Sun blazes over his head, Micah leads the life of any Jadan slave, running errands through the city of Paphos at the mercy of the petty Nobles and ruthless taskmasters. But after the even ...

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Sleep Over: An Oral History of the Apocalypse (by H. G. Bells)

Talos (01 Feb, 2018)

For fans of the oral history genre phenomenon World War Z, an inventive new spin on the apocalypse featuring a worldwide plague of insomnia. Remember what it’s like to go an entire night without sleep? What if sleep didn’t come the following night? Or the night after? What might happen if you, your friends, your family, your coworkers, and the strangers you pass on the street, all slowly began to ...

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Max Seventeen (by Kate Johnson)

CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (10 Oct, 2016)

In deep space. Max is running. From jail, from hunger, and from the hard labour that awaits on the Zeta Secunda Mining Corps' stinking land trains. Riley is running. From terrible shame in the past, from dark secrets in the present, and from the Service who have very definite ideas about officers who abscond to join pirate crews. The starship Eurydice could mean their salvation. But the enigmatic Captain Or ...

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The Growing Season (by Helen Sedgwick)

Harvill Secker (07 Sep, 2017)

Without the pouch, Eva might not have been born. And yet she has sacrificed her career, and maybe even her relationship, campaigning against FullLife’s biotech baby pouches. Despite her efforts, everyone prefers a world where women are liberated from danger and constraint and all can share the joy of childbearing. Perhaps FullLife has helped transform society for the better? But just as Eva decides to acc ...

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Unregistered (by M. Lynch)

City Owl Press (03 Oct, 2017)

Living the ideal life is a human right, unless you’re unregistered.Living under the watchful eye of the Metrics Worldwide Government has its perks. Citizens are assigned a life, so they don’t worry about finding schools, jobs, or spouses for themselves. They’re even allowed to have one child, enabling them to focus on raising an ideal son or daughter and experience an optimally satisfying family life. ...

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The Host (by Stephenie Meyer)

Sphere (02 Jul, 2009)

Melanie Stryder refuses to fade away. The earth has been invaded by a species that takes over the minds of their human hosts while leaving their bodies intact, and most of humanity has succumbed. Wanderer, the invading 'soul' who has been given Melanie's body, knew about the challenges of living inside a human: the overwhelming emotions, the too-vivid memories. But there was one difficulty Wanderer didn't e ...

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