Monsters of Men
by: Patrick Ness
Still not as good as the first book, but a crackling, snapping, violent, and heartbreaking read.
by: Rachel Ward
If you looking at a person in the eyes made you see the date of their death hovering somewhere in your head, how would that make you feel?
Fast Forward 1
Edited by: Lou Anders
Science fiction: bite-sized, numerous, varied.
The Rise of Renegade X
by: Chelsea M. Campbell
Romp through the teenage lives of superheros/villains, which turns out to have a lot in common with the teenage lives of normal people.
Oryx & Crake
by: Margaret Atwood
The world is messed up by people who are messed up, and in the midst of all the shiny bells and whistles, the luminous, giant bunnies and self-propelled myths, what is the thing that really gets you in the gut? That would be the reduction of the world to interactions of two. Brilliant and disturbing to a totally distracting degree.