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Brightstar: Energematrice6 by Jared N. Michaud

Brightstar: Energematrice6

When Nate is unexpectedly transported to another universe, his perceived disability is transformed into a near superpower.
Protector by Megan Schaulis

Protector

The Selection meets American Ninja Warrior in this dystopian retelling of Esther featuring nanotechnology, royal romance, and a heartfelt quest to make a difference.
The Chaos Grid, Lindsey Lewellen

The Chaos Grid

The Plex is endangering its citizens by legalizing a deadly nano drug, and Juniper’s family needs her help to deliver the counteragent.
The Rest by J.C. Watson

The Rest

A secret team discovers that the rest of the universe is full of diverse and exotic life, and why all of that life has been completely disconnected from the human race.
Hybrid by Candace Kade
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Hybrid

Tensions between the Enhanced and Naturals grow increasingly violent and the Western Federation teeters on the brink of civil war.
“The Hybrid Series book 2 splices a compelling vision of a world formed from Asian and Western cultures, threaded with themes of family and belonging.”
Guardian by Cathy McCrumb
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Guardian

Labeled an aberration by the Consortium, the Recorder is not yet free. Time is running out as an engineered bioweapon wreaks havoc on friend and foe alike.
“Future technologies and ancient human questions complete the Children of the Consortium trilogy with aplomb and finally gives its heroine her name.”
The Wall by Brian Penn

The Wall

Asher is faced with an impossible task: impersonate a talented Zion soldier and risk his life in the Canonization, a brutal gladiator duel against a champion who never loses.
The Blood Miles by Andrew Moody

The Blood Miles

A young man battles his way through a devastated outback seeking cure and a fabled city in this post-apocalyptic homage to Pilgrim’s Progress.
Mannigan: A Speck of Light by L. Ross Coulter

Mannigan: A Speck of Light

In a world gripped by the Vitruvian Elite, a young rebel discovers that the greatest battle between the darkness and the light is in himself.
Changelings: Insurgence by Liam Corley

Changelings: Insurgence

Commander Tauran didn’t travel from the 26th century to kidnap Jesus, but he will if that’s what it takes to save his mutant son.
Tumult's Edge by H. Halverstadt

Tumult’s Edge

Space pirates took his ship. Now he’s his crew’s only hope of rescue.
Above Dark Waters by Eric Kay

Above Dark Waters

Ed’s in a bind. His floating Pacific datacenter is out of money, and the only one who can do it is his well-to-do ex-wife, Keight.
Silent Stars by Brett Armstrong

Silent Stars

A teen risks everything to stop the sinister forces threatening to erase humanity forever.
The Key to Reality by F. Ted Atchley III

The Key to Reality

Brandon peels back the layers of a deepening conspiracy and discovers everything he thought he knew about his reality is a lie. And he’s the only one who can save it.
Missionary to Mars, Lucas Kitchen

Missionary To Mars

His faith will determine the fate of them all.
The Kingdom of Heaven, Evelyn M. Lewis

The Kingdom of Heaven

Alex, an agent of a dystopian government police force, is assigned to infiltrate a small religious cult and finds her life transformed in the process.
No Ordinary School by Arthur Yeomans

No Ordinary School

Mark, a perhaps autistic math genius, navigates his live in a new and somewhat mysterious school, finding his place and the love of his life.
War of Torment, Ronie Kendig

War of Torment

Marco Dusan struggles to lead his people, to help them survive, even mayhap win the war.
Rogue Pursuit, B. L. Dean

Rogue Pursuit

A smuggler, a spy, a brewing revolution…and a rogue agent who could destroy it all.
Enhanced, Candace Kade
Reviewed

Enhanced

Targeted by a hacker bent on exposing her true DNA, Lee Urban faces off with an Artificial Intelligence Game that puts her—and her lies—to the test.
“Candace Kade’s debut Enhanced fuses old ideas of DNA rewriting with newer concepts of social credit systems … a fun and quick-paced read, filled with inventiveness and sharp detail.”
The Wayward, Tabitha Caplinger

The Wayward

In a world ruled by deception, one woman discovers a truth that can bring freedom, if humanity wants it.
Birthright of Scars: Rising by Laurisa Brandt

Birthright of Scars: Rising

A masked renegade fighting to save his people from genocide accidentally resurrects a dead legend and forms an unlikely friendship with his bounty hunter.