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Lifeform Three

“Lifeform Three is mesmerising, mystical and captivating, thoroughly engaging and utterly compelling”

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Dark Disciple

Part of the Clone Wars Legacy project, Dark Disciple is a novel which is based on scripted but unproduced episodes of The Clone Wars, the animated series written by Katie Lucas which aired on Cartoon Network between 2008 and 2014.

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Star Wars The Force Awakens by Alan Dean Foster

If you’re looking to return to the world of Star Wars The Force Awakens then this novelisation is the perfect choice for you.

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Lords of the Sith by Paul S Kemp

‘A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away…’ there was more to the story than we Earthlings realised. As the saying goes, there are two sides to every story and Paul S Kemp’s offering to the world of Star Wars certainly gives readers the opportunity to explore what that means in a world dominated by the struggle between light and dark, hope and darkness.

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Because You’ll Never Meet Me

“Dear Fellow Hermit.” The very first words of this novel told entirely in the exchange of two boys’ letters immediately draw the reader into the reclusive world of the two letter writers we meet and hint at the dark undertones which pulse throughout this interestingly constructed narrative.

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The Glorious Angels

“The book feels like it’s both a classic new-wave science fiction and a modern high-energy colourful adventure story from another world.”

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Armada by Ernest Cline

Armada – one of the most popular videogames in the world. Zack Lightman spends all of his spare time playing it, fighting a fictional alien race that wants to destroy the world.

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New Worlds in Science Fiction: Dystopian fiction as the creator of new worlds.

“This novel and indeed the entire trilogy which is at its heart, the story of the protagonist Katniss’ struggle to survive in a new world – both the world of Panem and the technologically enhanced world of the games arena – which has been created by the actions of her fellow humans, is an example of dystopian science fiction at its best.”

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WINNING REVIEW: Something Coming Through

After near economic and environmental crisis, the alien Jackeroo have thrown 21st century Earth a lifeline with an interstellar shuttle service to 12 worlds strewn with ruins of lost alien civilisations. The plot, centred on exploration and one alien leftover in particular, is developed through two points of view.

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Dark Matter and the Dinosaurs

66 million years ago, an object the size of a city hurtled from outer space at incredible speed, crashed into Earth and destroyed the dinosaurs, along with three-quarters of the other species on the planet.

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Luna: New Moon by Ian McDonald

‘Noble House’ set on the moon, ‘Game of Thrones’ in zero gravity, ‘Dallas’ in Space, the lunar ‘Sopranos’ – Ian McDonald’s exceptional novel Luna: New Moon has been described as all these things.
Brilliantly, it is indeed a lot like all these things …

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