Reviews by Category: Science Fiction

Teen Review
 The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

The Midnight Library

By Matt Haig
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Jan 8, 2023

The Midnight Library by Matt Haig is a SciFi novel. Between life and death, there is a library with
an endless amount of books, full of different lives you might have had instead, all affected by the
choices you’ve made. When you die, you get another chance at life. You can go through any of
the books to teleport into any of the lives you've chosen and either pick a new one to live in for
the rest of your new life or continue the life you already had for a second chance. Nora Seed

Teen Review
The Maze Runner by James Dashner

The Maze Runner

By James Dashner
5
Rated by
Isabel P.
Dec 19, 2022

If you are looking for a book with an amazing plot and a ton of action, then this is your book. This sci-fi
novel starts abruptly with your main character Thomas awakening in an elevator with more than a
dozen teenage boys looking down on him. He is pulled into a land enclosed by big walls like a sort of
secluded community, which the boys call “The Glade”. He finds out that the boys try to escape the Glade
every day, though they have never been successful in doing so. All the boys lost their memory, just like

Teen Review
Journey to the Heart of the Abyss by London Shah

Journey to the Heart of the Abyss

By London Shah
5
Rated by
Isabel P.
Dec 19, 2022

This sequel to The Light at the Bottom of the World definitely didn’t disappoint. In this book, you get
drawn back into the futuristic world of Leyla McQueen. In this book, she is challenged with a lot of
obstacles and decisions that she has to make. She discovers many things about the government, the
reasons why certain events are happening, and who she really is. I read this book in one seating as I

Teen Review
The Light at the Bottom of the World by London Shah

The Light at the Bottom of the World

By London Shah
5
Rated by
Isabel P.
Dec 19, 2022

This was a thrilling, incredible, sci-fi novel that I thought was like a good mix of “The Hunger Games”,
“1984”, and “Water world”. Our protagonist in this story is Leyla McQueen who is a 16-year-old
“Submersible” racer. In Leyla’s world, the water levels have increased so much that the entire human
population is stuck deep underwater in the bottom of what is now a huge ocean. After her father gets
wrongly arrested for a crime she knows he didn’t do, she is left alone at home as the constant fear of

Teen Review
More Than This by Patrick Ness

More Than This

By Patrick Ness
3
Rated by
Iqra N.
Oct 28, 2022

More Than This features Seth, a teenager who crushed his skull while he was drowning.
However, he soon wakes in an isolated copy of Earth and believes it to be “Hell”. Seth
desperately tries to remember his memories of his life- of his little brother, his group of friends,
his secret relationship, and of his parents before the tragedy and to understand where he is- the
afterlife or a hidden part of life? Unfortunately, a being known to be the Driver or even Death

Teen Review
Dark Age by Pierce Brown

Dark Age

By Pierce Brown
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Dark Age is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown which follows the first
trilogy with a sequel trilogy. Following multiple perspectives we see an ex-soldier named
Ephriam stuck in a horrible situation with the Obsidians and a shift in power. Lysander au Lune,
the heir in exile to the Sovereign, becomes the very thing Darrow feared. With the Romulus
Family and Alexandrea he attempts to wage war with the Repaer. Lyra, continues to discover all

Teen Review
Iron Gold by Pierce Brown

Iron Gold

By Pierce Brown
4
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Iron Gold is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown which follows the first
trilogy with a sequel trilogy. Following multiple perspectives we see an ex-soldier name Ephriam
broken by grief and is forced to steal the most valuable thing in the galaxy or pay with his life.
Lysander au Lune, the heir in exile to the Sovereign, wanders the stars with his mentor,
Cassius, haunted by the loss of the world that Darrow transformed, and dreaming of what will

Teen Review
Morning Star by Pierce Brown

Morning Star

By Pierce Brown
5
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Morning Star is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown which ends the trilogy.
Darrow remains captured and is tortured by his captors severely. In his lowest point he must
escape and stop the Jackal and the Soveriegn from controlling the Society. Darrow shall
regroup with his fallen friends, Sevro and Ragnar, while also cooperating with his old flame
Mustang to once and for all break the shackles that hold the Red from freedom. Darrow must

Teen Review
Golden Son by Pierce Brown

Golden Son

By Pierce Brown
5
Rated by
Anonymous
Sep 30, 2022

Golden Son is a dystopian science fiction novel written by Pierce Brown. Darrow remains
undercover as a Peerless Scarred Gold. He is in danger of losing favor of being discarded by
the Archgoverner of Mars due to not meeting expectations. With no news from Ares Darrow is a
spy left stranded and isolated from comrades and friends. Darrow’s dream is put to the test
when he has to face the political maneuvering of High Society and the reigning Sovereign. The

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