Middle Grade/ Science Fiction – Besides Naturalization

Besides NaturalizationBesides Naturalization
Author: Isabel Chloe
Series: On Hynocripta, Volume 1
ASIN: B00FH8AA5A
Published: October 2013
Pages: 82
Genre: Middle Grade/ Science Fiction
Formats available for review: .mobi

Besides Naturalization is a middle-grade fiction of the 23rd century children s lives on another planet. The protagonist is a ten-year-old girl, Lily Taylor, who is going to celebrate her incoming birthday in the twenty-third century.

Starting in the twenty-third century, the human race began to immigrate to other planets for the available land. Lily Taylor, among the second generation of immigrants, was going to celebrate her tenth birthday with her family. Her cousins Andrea, Daniel, and Paul were also second-generation immigrants on Hynocripta. Even with all the future technologies making their lives enjoyable, not only their parents, but also they needed to find themselves and their places in this new land.

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YA Science Fiction – Beyond

BeyondBeyond
By Maureen A. Miller
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1479329458
Pages: 310
Genre: Young Adult – Science Fiction
Formats available for review: Kindle, Nook, PDF

It is the day after Aimee Patterson’s high school graduation. College beckons, as does her dream of becoming an engineer. On an early evening walk, her cocker spaniel charges into the woods on the other side of the pond. Aimee trails after him, and in the stillness of that forest the unthinkable happens. She becomes paralyzed and watches in horror as her hands vanish before her eyes.

Waking to the sound of voices, Aimee realizes that she has been kidnapped. Little does she know how far away from home she is, though. In an attempt to flee her captors, she launches from their confines only to freeze at the view outside the window. The sky is black and filled with stars, and in the distance is a familiar blue globe. The planet Earth.

A group of humans forced to flee their planet after an epidemic destroyed their civilization now travel the galaxies in search of an antidote. Retrieving samples of plant life from every solar system, on this occasion Aimee was accidentally seized instead.

Aimee must learn to avoid the advances of an awkward young scientist who seems intent on dissecting her, as her own fascination turns to the exotic young warrior, Zak. Having fallen in love with Zak, she is now torn with the decision to return to Earth or live beyond the stars.

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Children’s Book – Amanda in England-The Missing Novel

Amanda in England-The Missing NovelAmanda in England
By Darlene Foster
Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing
ISBN: 978-1926760773
Pages: 118
Genre: Children’s Book
Formats Available For Review: ebook

Amanda Ross is visiting England and taking in all the sites. She gets lost in the maze at Hampton Court, shops at Harrods, meets the ravens in the Tower of London, explores Windsor Castle and rides the London Eye. When she discovers a vintage book is missing from a collection, she is determined to find out who stole it. Amanda befriends a pair of tough teenagers from the streets of London, an elderly bookshop owner and a big, friendly, clever Maine Coon cat named Rupert. Follow Amanda through cobblestone streets, medieval castles, and underground tunnels in her quest to find the missing novel!

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Juvenile Fiction – Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, And Bagel

Kurt, Gert, Jazmine, And BagelKurt Gert Jazmine and Bagel
by Irene Dolnick
Publisher: Outskirts Press
ISBN: 978-1478709664
Published: October 2013
Pages: 38
Genre: Juvenile Fiction
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Brrr! Jazmine is feeling cold, hungry, and lonely and when she passes a picture window and sees her two friends, Kurt and Gert, in the warm, cozy house, she also feels a bit jealous! But this little dog will soon meet a handsome black and brown beagle named Bagel, who knows what it s like to be alone.

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Children’s Book – The Blue Goblin

The Blue GoblinThe Blue Goblin
by Donna Pisella
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ISBN: Outskirts Press
Published: June 2013
Pages: 30
Genre: Juvenile Fiction, Children’s Book
Format Available For Review: Print

A charming tale about a grumpy green goblin who mysteriously changes color and in his quest to change back, discovers eating healthy green vegetables makes him feel happier and more satisfied.

This book is aimed at toddlers and small children who are fussy eaters.

Follow the journey of a grumpy green goblin who loves his green wriggly worms but turns the color blue after eating blueberries he finds in the forest. In his quest to change back, he discovers new delicious and nutritious green vegetables that leave him feeling happier and more satisfied. The goblin is no longer grumpy and instead of being scary to children, he finds happiness planting a green vegetable garden and feasts with his goblin friends.

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YA Fantasy – Through the Portal

Through the PortalThrough The Portal
By Justin Dennis
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 978-1466311138
Pages: 248
Genre: YA Fantasy

When Jem and Oliver accidentally fall through a portal to another world just before their first year of high school, they quickly discover that all is not well here. The first person they meet, a creepy old man named Atychis, almost gets them killed by a ferocious, fire-breathing dragon. They’re only narrowly saved when Sierra, a shy farm girl from a nearby town, uses illegal magic to help them escape. Allowed to stay with her family while they try to figure out a way back home, Jem and Oliver begin to learn of magic and the Regime that is oppressing it.

It isn’t until the Regime kills a woman that the three kids realize they have to do something to stop the Regime from taking over completely. After being framed for a crime they didn’t commit and banished from the town, Jem, Oliver, and Sierra take off on an adventure across this strange world in an attempt to defeat the Regime. New creatures and new kinds of magic are around every corner, but so are dangers that could have them wishing they were back safe at home.

Through the Portal is approximately 104,000 words and is the first in a trilogy.

One of the unique characteristics within Through the Portal is the use of sylph, a physical manifestation of magic that allows the user to manipulate it however they need while exerting minimal energy. Sylph makes transportation available through sylphcycles and sylphquads, and is just one of the exciting new concepts explored in this magical and complex world.

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