February 17, 2013
Author Theo Lawrence discusses his young adult trilogy set in a future New York in which much of the city is underwater, politics is a dangerous business, a rebellion may be on the horizon, and star-crossed lovers must find each other.
January 27, 2013
Author Alexandra Bracken chats with Everyday eBook about her young adult thriller series, betrayal in the futuristic world she has created, and the dark side of human nature.
October 21, 2012
In Lissa Price's dark future, sinister senior citizens hold all the power and teens bargain their youth, and bodies, for cash. This young adult sci-fi thriller is a must-read for fans of The Hunger Games.
July 15, 2012
In Cinder, her first book in The Lunar Chronicles, Meyer has reinterpreted a classic fairy tale, setting it in a futuristic city and making the 'princess' a cyborg. For fans of anime and sci-fi, this young-adult book will delight.
June 18, 2012
Truth be told, Ready Player One will leave you feeling a little nostalgic for the gloriousness of the 1980s. Here, Cline offers insight into geeking out and why '80s pop culture is still relevant today.
June 10, 2012
You know a book with the title BZRK (pronounced "berserk") is going to be a bit different. Let's call it The Bourne Identity meets Hunger Games … with science
June 3, 2012
What if, in life, you had to make one crucial choice: the choice of which virtue -- selflessness, honesty, bravery, peace, or knowledge -- to which you would dedicate the rest of your life? What if you had to make that decision at sixteen years old?
March 25, 2012
Welcome to Marie Lu's young adult debut, Legend, a story that takes us into the ruins of Los Angeles, its former beauty a distant memory.
January 30, 2012
Imagine a post-apocalyptic world where twenty-four kids fight to the death in an arena plagued with fire, mutant animals, and tidal waves, all while filmed on live TV. Only one person survives. Is this some sick twist on “American Idol”? I’m afraid not. Welcome to The Hunger Games.
December 14, 2011
Don’t let Justin Cronin's The Passage fool you. It is not your typical end-of-society story, where we are being ravaged by vampires, zombies, fill-in-the-blank creatures.