Monday, December 17, 2012

Our Top 10 in 2012: Teen Reviewer, Will Takes a Turn

Today's list is brought to you by Will, a hard-core sci-fi fan. We hope that in 2013 he will share more on his favorites with us.
 
Emperor Mollusk vs The Sinister Brain by A. Lee Martinez
It’s about an octopus who takes over the world, and then retires from conquering.

The Whisper by Emma Clayton
It’s the sequel to “The Roar” and it’s awesome.

Department 19: The Rising by Will Hill
It’s about a secret government department devoted to killing vampires.

The Eleventh Plague by Jeff Hirsch
It’s about a post apocalyptic future where China sends a plague to America, and it’s a dark humor book.

The Son of Neptune by Rick Riordan
It’s excellent. Read it.

The Extraordinary Education of Nicholas Benedict by Trenton Lee Stewart
The best of the series! We learn more about Mr. Benedict’s past and how he used his genius to grow up without dying in orphanages. He has to find a treasure in order to save his home.

Timeriders: The Doomsday Code by Alex Scarrow
It’s about time travelers who go back to find the Holy Grail so as not to mess up history, and make sure King John signs the Magna Carta.

The Assault by Brian Falkner
It’s about a team of teen special ops agents who are working to save humanity from aliens who want to take over the world. One of them is a traitor. Drama ensues.

The Drowned Cities by Paolo Bacigalupi
It’s definitely interesting.

Enclave by Ann Aguire
It’s about a post apocalyptic civilization living in the sewers under Gotham City.

Outpost by Ann Aguire
It’s about what happens after the people from the sewers find their way above ground and find another civilization. Sequel to “Enclave.”

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