LGBTQIA+, Sci-Fi, Young Adult

The Disasters by M. K. England | Review | Booksmagick

Nax, Rion, Zee and Case didn't freshly washed out of the Academy and are waiting for their shuttle back to Earth when the station is attacked. The teens barely make it out alive but everyone else on Ellis Station is killed. Well, except for the traitors who are now trying everything in their power to silence the witnesses. The wash-outs are the only ones who can stop a sinister masterplan.

Sci-Fi, Young Adult

Lifel1k3 by Jay Kristoff | Review | Booksmagick

Evie lives in a world that has seen too many wars and left the planet’s surface scorched and partly irradiated. Her life as a mecha-fighter is simple: earn enough money for her grandad’s meds, dodge the various gangs of The Scrap and stay out of trouble. But trouble they find when Eve and Lemon discover a Lifel1k3 ...

Sci-Fi, Young Adult

Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve | Review | Booksmagick

In a future where cities and towns have started to mobilise themselves and race across former Europe, now known as the Hunting Ground, to devour one another for spare parts and work forces, Hester Shaw is keen on avenging her parents’ murder. But Valentine is but a small threat, for the city of London has been building a weapon big enough to destroy mega-cities.