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Superversive Press Opens its Doors with The Product

The new publishing house Superversive Press has opened its doors, releasing its first book, the dystopian novella THE PRODUCT, by the head of the Conservative Libertarian Fiction Alliance Marina Fontaine. 209 more words



Jonathan is on a quest to figure out what his grandfather’s role was in the world that has just ended, but the further he delves into it, the more puzzling it becomes. 7 more words

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Jennifer Government (2004) | Max Barry

This was a fun book.

In this hilarious and unnerving vision of the near future where the world is run by US corporations, people take their last names as the name of the companies they work for. 340 more words

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Jonathan and Dextra

The protagonist in Flight of the Owl¬†is Jonathan Swain (Jenda’s brother) and for much of his journey recounted in this third volume of Recall Chronicles… 56 more words

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Becoming Human by Eliza Green

“Earth is overcrowded and polluted.
A new planet, Exilon 5, has been located.
But Exilon 5 is already occupied.

In 2163, a polluted and overcrowded Earth forces humans to search for a new home. 481 more words

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What good is a filmmaker at the end of civilization? Making films has been Jonathan Swain’s life. He needs a new sense of purpose and finds it in the search for why his last film made so many people so mad. 7 more words

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The Flame Never Dies

The Flame Never Dies by Rachel Vincent, Delacorte Press, August 16, 2016 . ISBN: 9780385744195. Reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS.

Warning, best to read the first book to get full benefit from this one. 160 more words

Grade 10-12