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Author : Joel Ohman
ISBN : 1514818183
Genre : Dystopias
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Charley has escaped from Meritropolis... but in his quest to take down the System that has taken his brother from him, he must go through Meritorium, a city where gladiatorial games of life or death combat are waged between High Scores and Low Scores, man and beast. Charley and Sandy must face man-eating plants, religious zealots, slave traders, and the ever present mutant animal combinations that roam a dystopian Coliseum presided over by Emperor Titus, the one man standing between Charley and the answers he seeks. Man is not an animal, but if they are to make it through Meritorium, will they even be able to tell the difference? The lines between man and beast, friend and foe, will blur in Meritorium, the riveting sequel to the bestselling Meritropolis.


Author : Joel Ohman
ISBN : 154404884X
Genre : Dystopias
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"In this thrilling conclusion to the bestselling Meritropolis trilogy, Charley and company chase the Czar to Meritopia, a Utopian city set among celestial heights in the mountains. Just to get near the city, Charley will have to brave terrifying new animal combos roaming wild among the stark wilderness, and if he succeeds in climbing the peak, there's no assurances that he will even be able to gain access. Meritopia might deign to be a perfect society based on merit, but that doesn't mean everyone's invited. But Charley's not the kind of person who waits for an invitation to do what needs to be done and this is his last chance to zero the System and avenge his brother's death.

The Fine Art Of Holding Your Breath

Author : Charity Tahmaseb
Genre : Young Adult Fiction
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Secrets-like war-have their own casualties. MacKenna's mother died when she was a baby, a casualty of the first Gulf War. Now seventeen, MacKenna has spent her life navigating the minefield of her dad's moods, certain of one thing: she is destined to follow in her mother's combat boots. But when she pursues an ROTC scholarship, she finds herself at war before even enlisting. Her father forbids her from joining the military, inexplicable considering he'd raised her to be a "warrior princess." MacKenna turns to her grandmother, who arms her with an ammo crate containing her mother's personal effects from the war. Hidden in the crate's false bottom is a journal, one her mom stashed there hours before her death. While MacKenna untangles the secrets of her parents' tragic love story, her own life unravels. Dad's behavior becomes erratic, her best friend grows distant and even hostile, and a boy from her past returns-with a life-threatening secret of his own. If ever a girl needed her mother, it's now. The pen might be mightier than the sword, but are a mother's words strong enough to slice through years of hidden pain? Can those words reach through the battlefields of the past to change MacKenna's future?

Mommy And Daddy Want To F

Author : Michael Glouberman
ISBN : 1517249260
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Mommy and Daddy want to F%#& is a children's book for grown-ups! A hilarious story of a Mommy and Daddy who just need a little "alone time" to themselves, and will do almost anything to get it. If you're the parents of little kids - or know anybody who is - this book is for you!


Author : Marlene Wynn
ISBN : 147911569X
Genre : Fiction
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Chandrea Averill thinks she's just like any other normal young woman. But, on the day of her 23rd birthday, her life changes forever. Surrounded by magical creatures, dangerous sorcery, and insidious political intrigue, Chandrea desperately wants to return to Earth and the only life she's ever known. But, the longer she stays, the more she realizes that she may be the only one with the power – both magical and political – to save the people of Lyrunia. Will she find the courage to remain and fight for her home world?

Cold Mark

Author : Scarlett Dawn
ISBN : 1542619599
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Subject Name: Braita Valorn Race: Human Sex: Female Age: 18 Designation: Slave Temperament: Hostile Thrown head first into a barbaric world she knows nothing of, Braita Valorn must adapt to the dark life as a slave. Her survival hinges on it. With her freedom stolen, her existence is now controlled by the possessive Plumas of the West. But what they cannot control are her feelings and the other set of men who want her-and who are willing to use every trick they know to obtain her from their enemies. Only Braita never expected to fall for these two Pluma leaders of the East. Braita is a fighter. She demands her freedom most of all. And this slave is willing to use her own tricks to get what she wants. Including her men...

Avant Nation

Author : C. D. Verhoff
ISBN : 1500512648
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Like all Avants, Clara Spinner's genetic code, future occupation and date of death have been predetermined by the government. So when her innermost desires conflict with her rigidly planned life, she must hide them or risk losing everything. Fresh out of the academy, she loathes her new assignment as a medical technician, but those who complain tend to disappear, so what can she do? Deciding to make the best of it, she works hard to become one of the top techs at the hospital, specializing in the field of memory retrieval. Clara thinks she has finally found her niche until her tech skills catch the attention of the military. Sent behind enemy lines with a band of soldiers, Clara retrieves a memory nobody was supposed to see. Suspense with a touch of romance-Avant Nation will take you on a thought-provoking ride into the near future. Main Category: Science Fiction Other Categories: Dystopian, Genetics, New Adult, Romance, Suspense, Upper Young Adult

The Tripods

Author : John Christopher
ISBN : 0689027737
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Fourteen-year-old Laurie and his family attempt to flee England when the Tripods descend from outer space and begin brainwashing everyone with their hypnotic Caps.

Storm Portal

Author : Michael Stern
ISBN : 1541378458
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Time Travel is real!! History teacher Fritz Russell walks through his classroom door to find Robert E. Lee resting in the woods on the day after the surrender at Appomattox. Fritz loves history, and entering the past seems a gift, the chance for a great adventure. He's been bored teaching the same old stuff year after year, and here's a chance to make it new. But when the classroom door opens to the Oval Office, he realizes that his time portal might also be put to serious purpose. The president wants his help on behalf of national security. Fritz does not believe he will be endangered by using his door to travel across time and space. And the president appears to be a great guy. But will Fritz's own government consider him expendable if he cannot solve the mystery of the portal? He doesn't have much time.

Coin Operated Americans

Author : Carly A. Kocurek
ISBN : 0816691827
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Video gaming: it's a boy's world, right? That's what the industry wants us to think. Why and how we came to comply are what Carly A. Kocurek investigates in this provocative consideration of how an industry's craving for respectability hooked up with cultural narratives about technology, masculinity, and youth at the video arcade. From the dawn of the golden age of video games with the launch of Atari's Pong in 1972, through the industry-wide crash of 1983, to the recent nostalgia-bathed revival of the arcade, Coin-Operated Americans explores the development and implications of the "video gamer" as a cultural identity. This cultural-historical journey takes us to the Twin Galaxies arcade in Ottumwa, Iowa, for a close look at the origins of competitive gaming. It immerses us in video gaming's first moral panic, generated by Exidy's Death Race (1976), an unlicensed adaptation of the film Death Race 2000. And it ventures into the realm of video game films such as Tron and WarGames, in which gamers become brilliant, boyish heroes. Whether conducting a phenomenological tour of a classic arcade or evaluating attempts, then and now, to regulate or eradicate arcades and coin-op video games, Kocurek does more than document the rise and fall of a now-booming industry. Drawing on newspapers, interviews, oral history, films, and television, she examines the factors and incidents that contributed to the widespread view of video gaming as an enclave for young men and boys. A case study of this once emergent and now revived medium became the presumed enclave of boys and young men, Coin-Operated Americans is history that holds valuable lessons for contemporary culture as we struggle to address pervasive sexism in the domain of video games--and in the digital working world beyond.

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