Review: Royal Return(Royal Replicas #4) By: Michael Pierce

38115547The Synopsis:

After awaking in the palace, Victoria learns firsthand what’s been happening to her sisters—and the horrors they’ve had to endure. Now locked within her own body, she’s merely a passenger, forced to ride along as the doctors’ sinister plot unfolds. How many people—including the ones she loves most—will have to die by her hand?
Meanwhile, Prince Byron is the number one suspect in the Queen’s murder, making his efforts to save Victoria and return the crown to Princess Amelia far more dangerous. Is he willing to risk everything to get back the girl he loves?Join Victoria and Byron as they fight for the fate of the Kingdom in the EPIC final installment of the Royal Replicas series!

 

My Review:

If you haven’t already seen my reviews for the first three books in this series, here they are Review: Royal Threat (Royal Replicas #3) by Michael Pierce ,Review: Royal Captives (Royal Replicas #2) by Micheal Pierce ,Review: Royal Replicas by Michael Pierce

I just wanted to start off by saying that I am sad to see this series end. I am so very grateful to have been a part of Micheal Pierce’s review team and to have read this epic journey of a story. Even though I am sad for the end, Micheal Pierce did end it beautifully.

Of course it was so good I read it all in one sitting. The final book is packed full of action, lots of battling and fighting. It had me on edge the whole time, hoping that my favorite characters wouldn’t get killed off. Even though everyones world is falling apart all the characters really try to stick together and ultimately help Victoria and the Princess. The AI was definitely interesting and a different twist to this series and it had a couple of new characters I really liked as well. But Micheal Pierce has always been great at making likeable characters, even the evil ones.

I definitely recommend this series if you love dystopian, action, a little bit of steampunk feel and some romance. Also if you don’t mind lots of violence. You will love this series and Victoria’s journey.

 

About The Author:

Michael writes YA speculative fiction. He currently lives in Southern California with his wife, kids, and two blood-thirsty chiweenies. When he’s not at the computer, he enjoys spending quality time with family, practicing yoga, playing guitar behind closed doors, and listening to audiobooks.

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Review: Ruined by M.C. Frank

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The Synopsis:

The duke of Ashton sits at the Opera at Vauxhall Gardens, bored out of his mind, and plans murder. He curses the day that brought the little governess, destitute and sad, at his door eight months ago, to upset his careless if a bit meaningless existence.
How could he have guessed the terrible, evil secrets she was hiding? And now that he knows all, the truth appears wilder, even more despicable than even he could have imagined. He hadn’t counted on losing his heart to her, of course, but he did. What he doesn’t know is that a tendril of the shadows of madness and sin that followed Beatrice to his door is still out there, looking for something to devour.
The only one who can save him from the darkness is the girl herself, but he knows he’ll never see her again. He who once prided himself on his indifference to other human beings, feels his chest constrict with pain every time he even thinks of her. Beatrice, smart, gentle, kind-hearted, lovely. Ruined.

 

My Review:

Ruined is a Jane Eyre retelling, but even though I have not read Jane Eyre I extremely enjoyed this story. This will be my fourth book I read by M.C. Frank and once again I was not disappointed.  It was written beautifully and I felt immediately drawn into that era. The style of writing was perfect, it felt like I was reading a true classic.

I loved all the characters, even the bad ones. I loved to hate them. The main character, Beatrice is a extremely strong young women, even though she might not think so. She hides a extremely dark secret from her past, which is shown through some pretty dark flashbacks. The darkness in Beatrice’s story might be difficult for some readers, but I don’t mind because he made you feel for Beatrice and understand her actions more. Dominic dark and brooding and I pictured as handsome. I found him oh so swoon worthy! Beatrice brought out the best in Dominic and it was so adorable to watch. Their relationship had me on edge the whole time. Friendship on and off and bickering like a old married couple and teasing one another I just wanted them to be happily ever after!
I loved how it was both in Dominic and Beatrice POV. It made it easier to see both of what they were feeling and had me even more connected to them. It was smoothly paced and never dull. Full of romance,mystery and action. I loved it! If you love classics, modern classics, retellings, romances, contemporaries and just a great read I recommend this to you.

 

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Review: Burning Doors(The Extraction List #2) By: Renee N. Meland

 

Burning Doors (The Extraction List Book 2) by [Meland, Renee N.]The Synopsis:

Cain Foley committed his first murder before he could even drive a car. Not that he would’ve had anywhere to drive to. When he was fifteen, America was one of the poorest countries in the world, and its’ citizens took their hatred of that fact out on each other through gangs and violence. Children that were barely tall enough for carnival rides peppered the streets selling drugs (or themselves) so they could buy their next meal.

Every night on the news, Cain watched as an angelic blonde woman who lost her own child swore she’d end it. She assaulted America’s televisions with praise for the Parental Morality Law: a set of rules that spells out exactly what it takes to be a parent in the eyes of the government, and the consequences of breaking those rules. He prayed every night that she would come and rescue him before his father took his belt off again. Before she could save him, Cain faced a fatal choice: fight back or die on the basement floor. He chose life. Now on the run, he finds himself being hunted by a police officer with his own special brand of torture. Before he can save even a handful of children who have been swept up in the gang life, he must first cover up not one, but two murders: his father’s, and one committed by a teenage madam who is either the love of his life, or his final undoing. As he feels himself being pushed further and further to the edge, he realizes that surviving his father was just the beginning.

 

My Review:

This is the second book in the Extraction List series and it’s all bout Cane Foley! The dark and mysterious boy that helped out Riley in the last book! If you haven’t already be sure to check out my review of it here Review: The Extraction List By Renee N. Meland

I was pretty excited to have a book all about Cane, because he’s definitely my favorite character of the series. It was one action packed ride that showed Cain’s transformation to the Cain we know in the previous book. While it was a tragic story I really enjoyed getting the history and seeing how he became the badass we know him as. It wasn’t very easy, he went through so so much. Renee Meland definitely squeezed in a long rough ride of a story in such a small book and still it flowed quickly and smoothly. It is full of twists and turns and will have you always on edge.

I was also really glad we got to see how Cain and Jordan became friends and the new characters from his past were also really great. All written extremely well into the dark world that Meland created, but yet it is so realistic. 

I loved this book I highly recommend it and the whole series especially if you love Dystopians! 

 

About The Author:

RRenee N. Melandenee N. Meland resides in the Pacific Northwest with her husband and two dogs. Her favorite obsessions are Rome, learning new recipes, and exploring the world around her. She believes that telling stories is the best job in the world.

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Review: Wingbound by Heather Trim

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The Synopsis:

Ledger is supposed to fear and despise the Sky People of Ellery. When an Ellerian girl named Alouette with beautiful, white wings sneaks into his village, everything changes. With his village at war with the winged people who live on the floating island that circles their world, he does the unthinkable: he befriends her.

In Ledger’s seventeenth harvest, Ellery returns empty. The Sky People are gone, Alouette is missing, and Ledger must make a difficult choice—continue life as usual in the blacksmith workshop or board the island against the elders’ wishes and find her.

From debut author Heather Trim comes a vibrant fantasy where following the rules isn’t always the right thing to do when you were born to be the exception.

 

My Review:

Wingbound is seriously unlike anything I’ve read before. I mostly read Fantasy so that is saying something. After reading the synopsis I was extremely excited to dive into the book! It had me at sky people and wings. I really like how in the beginning we grow up with Ledger a little bit, through the time he met Alouette and the present. I looked forward to Alouette’s visits each year. Don’t worry though that didn’t take up much time in the story. Heather Trim did a excellent job at telling an amazing story in only around 230 pages and it all flowed nicely.

When Ledger finally decides to go find Alouette it was one of my favorite parts because even Ledger is surprised by who will come with him to help find Alouette! It was very heartwarming and when everyone bands together it was so fun to see them go off on there adventure.

I’m in love with Ellery! Heather Trim created such a beautiful,mystical, unique world. Ellery is unlike any other and so are the people of Ellery. Even though this story is obviously fantasy, everything was so clear and realistic. Trim did a great job at blending the human and Ellerian world together. She just did a great job with everything!

I really liked Ledger because he’s not your usual male protagonist. He’s just so down to earth and I loved that he didn’t really care what society thought and he wasn’t afraid to do what he thought was right. Ledger also goes through ALOT to find Alouette and I respect that. Alouette was not in most of the book, but after the beginning it is not the last we see of her. The ending definitely was a shocking twist for me and I was very surprised. I really hope there will be a sequel soon because I’d love to know more. And I do hope that the ending isn’t going the way I think it is next. I definitely ship Ledger and Alouette. ;]

I definitely recommend this book to anyone looking for a fun and quick read. And fans of Fantasy will definitely enjoy this. I think it falls under YA, but I think younger and older readers will enjoy this story as well!

 

About The Author:

Heather TrimHeather Trim, an award-winning author, conference speaker and cookie eater, inspires with her unique perspective of spirituality and the world. She lives in Georgia with her husband, Kevin, and five lively children. Heather enjoys bullet journaling, intricate board games, and reading too many young adult novels.

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Review/Giveaway:Active Memory(Mirador #3) By Dan Wells

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The Synopsis:

Active Memory (Mirador #3)

by Dan Wells
Publisher: Blazer + Bray
Release Date: February 13, 2018

Genre: Young Adult, Science Fiction
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36277567Even in a world where technology connects everyone’s minds, it would seem that some secrets can still remain hidden.

For all the mysteries teen hacker Marisa Carneseca has solved, one has always eluded her: When she was two years old, she was in a car accident in which she lost her arm and a mob boss’s wife, Zenaida de Maldonado, lost her life. No one can tell her what she was doing in that car, or how it led to the feud between the Carnesecas and the Maldonados.

The secrets from the past rise violently to the surface when Zenaida’s freshly severed hand shows up at the scene of a gangland shooting. If Zenaida is—or was—still alive, it means there’s even more about Marisa’s past that she doesn’t know.

And when everyone from Los Angeles gangs to the world’s largest genetic engineering firms becomes involved in the case, it’s clear there’s more happening under the surface than anyone cares to admit.

The truth is out there, and Marisa will have to thread together lost friends, corporate assassins, a gang lord’s digital brain, and what might be a literal ghost from the past in order to find it.

 

My Review:

“The past is in the past, It can’t hurt you unless you let it. So we’re not going to let it.”

This book was amazing, just like the other two before it! I really love Dan Wells writing style and can’t wait to check out his other series!

Here’s my reviews for the first two books if you haven’t already seen them.
Review: Bluescreen (Mirador #1) By: Dan Wells 
Review: Ones and Zeros (Mirador #2) By: Dan Wells

Marisa and The Cherry Dogs are back at it again hacking their way through the world wide web. This time Marisa is finally finding out things that we have been wondering since book one. Why was she in the car with Omar’s Mom fifteen years ago!

I definitely didn’t see the truth arising by the police finding Zenaida de Maldonado’s FRESH severed hand at a crime scene. So Marisa and the gang are on a mission to find out did Zenaida really die or not fifteen years ago. While on their mission they uncover even more secrets connecting her and Zenaida to the world’s most powerful genetic engineering firm.

Along the way Marisa gets a little help from the Mob and her brothers gang which got pretty interesting. Which also leads to more of Omar, which Marisa might start to have feelings for!? What about Alain! We won’t know because sadly he isn’t in this one, but I have a feeling he’d be in feature books. I really hope so! Please tell me there’s more books! I’d love to read more of this world!

“He stopped, and turned toward her. His eyes were as dark as onyx, and she was suddenly struck by the way he looked at her – intense and probing, like was looking at her and into her and through her all at once.”

There’s also some new obstacles
“And I definitely don’t want her to tangle with me.” “The Wonder Mantis”, said Sahara. “The WoMantis,” sad Marisa. ” The Mantissassin,” said Sahara.”
With those names you can only imagine what to expect from that person.

The ending was bittersweet, but I think perfect.

“Be yourself, because it’s obviously working well for you, but don’t be yourself so hard that you forget to be the kind of self that other people need.”

About The Author: 

New York Times bestselling author Dan Wells is best known for his horror series I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER, of which the first book is now an award-winning movie through IFC Midnight. His other novels include THE HOLLOW CITY, a supernatural thriller about schizophrenia, EXTREME MAKEOVER, in which a beauty company destroys the world, and two young adult science fiction series: the post-apocalypse PARTIALS and the cyberpunk MIRADOR. He has written for television, on the upcoming science fiction series EXTINCT, and wrote and produced the horror comedy stage play A NIGHT OF BLACKER DARKNESS. He cohosts the Hugo-winning podcast for aspiring writers called Writing Excuses, which has expanded to include its own writing conference. He also writes short fiction and game fiction, and edited the anthology ALTERED PERCEPTIONS to help raise funds for and awareness of mental illness. Dan lives in northern Utah with his wife, 6 children, and more than 400 boardgames.

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Giveaway!

All three hardcover books from the series and a Cherry Dogs t-shirt  (US Only)

 

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Review: Ones and Zeros (Mirador #2) By: Dan Wells

The Synopsis:

30255941Overworld. It’s more than just the world’s most popular e-sport—for thousands of VR teams around the globe, Overworld is life. It means fame and fortune, or maybe it’s a ticket out of obscurity or poverty. If you have a connection to the internet and four friends you trust with your life, anything is possible. Marisa Carneseca is on the hunt for a mysterious hacker named Grendel when she receives word that her amateur Overworld team has been invited to Forward Motion, one of the most exclusive tournaments of the year. For Marisa, this could mean anything—a chance to finally go pro and to help her family, stuck in an LA neighborhood on the wrong side of the growing divide between the rich and the poor. But Forward Motion turns out to be more than it seems—rife with corruption, infighting, and danger—and Marisa runs headlong into Alain Bensoussan, a beautiful, dangerous underground freedom fighter who reveals to her the darker side of the forces behind the tournament. It soon becomes clear that, in this game, winning might be the only way to get out alive.

 

My Review:

“Great Holy Hand Grenades!”

The sequel to Bluescreen has surpassed it on a whole other level. Add all the Hacker action from Bluescreen with lots of gaming and one mega heist and you get Ones and Zeroes! Dan Wells really brings out the urban decay and shines a light on living in a corporate-controlled society.

This is the second of the series, but Wells gives you enough information in the beginning to understand without reading the first, but the first book was so good I recommend you start there if you haven’t already! Here’s my review for it! Review: Bluescreen (Mirador #1) By: Dan Wells

Marisa’s friend Anja gets the Cherry Dogs into an exclusive event called Forward Motion. Forward Motion is a charity event that lures the best players in the world to one place. This year, that place is Los Angeles. Which means for the first time, all five Cherry Dogs will be in the same place together! Which was pretty fun! You really got to know the characters more in this one and I really connected with Fang. We both love to stay in our shells! Of course it isn’t just going to be a reunion, Marisa and her teammates will have to risk life and limb not only to access the secrets within this powerful organization, but somehow manage to survive and win the tournament!
“The most important thing in the entire world, in the entirety of human experience, is that you can choose which kind of person you are. I want to be the kind that makes a change.”
There’s a few new characters including a terminator like man called Mr. Park who is nearly unstoppable. Mr.Park reminded me of T-1000 in the Terminator movie. Then there is Alain Bensoussan and his partner in crime Renata. I’m definitely shipping Marisa and Alain.
With a ending I didn’t think would happen, I can’t wait to read book three!
“There are people who matter, and people who don’t. There are ones, and there are zeroes.”

About The Author:

New York Times bestselling author Dan Wells is best known for his horror series I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER, of which the first book is now an award-winning movie through IFC Midnight. His other novels include THE HOLLOW CITY, a supernatural thriller about schizophrenia, EXTREME MAKEOVER, in which a beauty company destroys the world, and two young adult science fiction series: the post-apocalypse PARTIALS and the cyberpunk MIRADOR. He has written for television, on the upcoming science fiction series EXTINCT, and wrote and produced the horror comedy stage play A NIGHT OF BLACKER DARKNESS. He cohosts the Hugo-winning podcast for aspiring writers called Writing Excuses, which has expanded to include its own writing conference. He also writes short fiction and game fiction, and edited the anthology ALTERED PERCEPTIONS to help raise funds for and awareness of mental illness. Dan lives in northern Utah with his wife, 6 children, and more than 400 boardgames.

 

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Review: Bluescreen (Mirador #1) By: Dan Wells

 

The Synopsis:

20499652Los Angeles in 2050 is a city of open doors, as long as you have the right connections. One of those connections is a djinni—a smart device implanted right in a person’s head. In a world where virtually everyone is online twenty-four hours a day, this connection is like oxygen—and a world like that presents plenty of opportunities for someone who knows how to manipulate it. Marisa Carneseca is one of those people. She might spend her days in Mirador, the small, vibrant LA neighborhood where her family owns a restaurant, but she lives on the net—going to school, playing games, hanging out, or doing things of more questionable legality with her friends Sahara and Anja. And it’s Anja who first gets her hands on Bluescreen—a virtual drug that plugs right into a person’s djinni and delivers a massive, non-chemical, completely safe high. But in this city, when something sounds too good to be true, it usually is, and Mari and her friends soon find themselves in the middle of a conspiracy that is much bigger than they ever suspected.

 

My Review:

 

This book was way more than I expected! It was pretty awesome!

Bluescreen is the first book in the Mirador series, the third book just came out and I will be posting reviews for both of the next books in the next couple of days so keep an eye out.

The main character Marisa lives in Mirador, a neighborhood in LA. In the year 2050! If you love dystopians like me, I think you’d definitively like this one! In 2050 there’s self driving cars, robot servers and tons of cyber technology one of the biggest things in this series is the virtual reality game Overworld. Where all the main characters love to meet up and kick some butt in their games. They also plot  together some of their best plans in the game lobby.

Most characters in this book have djinnis which are basically computers in their brains so they can access things on the web just by blinking! I thought it was pretty awesome. But the scary part is when things like Bluescreen come into the picture. In a world like this Bluescreen is a drug, but it’s actually a virus that will plant itself in a file in your dijini without you even knowing it.

“This isn’t a drug ring, and it isn’t a bank robbery–It’s a hostile takeover of the world’s economy.”

When Marisa’s friend Anja falls victims to the drug Bluescreen, Marissa and the rest of her friends are on a mission to help Anja and get Bluescreen out of Mirador for good. Some of her friends from her gaming team don’t live in the US so they are helping her cybernetically. Which I also thought was pretty awesome.

I really enjoyed this book and all the action packed fun. The world that Dan Wells has created is unlike any other I have ever read. I enjoyed it so much I read it in a day. Even if you don’t know anything about technology Dan Wells describes everything perfectly. I loved how detailed everything was. His writing just flows. There’s lots of diversity and family love in the story as well and I loved it!

I can’t wait to continue this series and see what Marisa and her team are into next and check out some other Dan Wells books!

“You’re going to do what you do best, what you’ve always done your entire life: you’re going to help other people instead of yourself. It’s who you are. I think that makes you the best person I know.” 

 

 

About The Author:

New York Times bestselling author Dan Wells is best known for his horror series I AM NOT A SERIAL KILLER, of which the first book is now an award-winning movie through IFC Midnight. His other novels include THE HOLLOW CITY, a supernatural thriller about schizophrenia, EXTREME MAKEOVER, in which a beauty company destroys the world, and two young adult science fiction series: the post-apocalypse PARTIALS and the cyberpunk MIRADOR. He has written for television, on the upcoming science fiction series EXTINCT, and wrote and produced the horror comedy stage play A NIGHT OF BLACKER DARKNESS. He cohosts the Hugo-winning podcast for aspiring writers called Writing Excuses, which has expanded to include its own writing conference. He also writes short fiction and game fiction, and edited the anthology ALTERED PERCEPTIONS to help raise funds for and awareness of mental illness. Dan lives in northern Utah with his wife, 6 children, and more than 400 boardgames.

 

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Review: Royal Threat (Royal Replicas #3) by Michael Pierce

If you haven’t already be sure to check out my reviews for the first book Review: Royal Replicas by Michael Pierce  and the second book Review: Royal Captives (Royal Replicas #2) by Micheal Pierce ❤️️

The Synopsis:

Royal Threat (Royal Replicas, #3)After the shocking events at the Queen’s Foundation Day press conference, Victoria finds herself back in the clutches of her sadistic surrogate father. She’s afraid of losing someone she loves attempting to rescue her, so Victoria knows she must take drastic action to save herself. Duke Ramsey is willing to kill to keep her—and Victoria’s now willing to kill to escape. The events at the press conference also left the palace in lockdown, and Prince Byron has been tasked with eliminating the insurgents. As he attempts to restore order, a new threat emerges that no one sees coming—a threat more powerful than anyone could have anticipated. And it begins with the murder of one of the Queen’s coveted doctors. Clones are going rogue… Allies and enemies are becoming targets…No one is safe. Continue Victoria and Byron’s journey in the EXPLOSIVE third installment of the Royal Replicas series!

 

My Review:

I’m a little late on my review for this one, but that is totally my fault. This book was fantastic! Once again Micheal Pierce has created another great story!

Royal Threat picks right up where the last book Royal Captives left off. Full of even more action, bittersweet tragedies and revenge. Micheal Pierce had me even feeling for some of the villains.

Victoria is fighting for her life once again while also trying to keep everyone around her from the crossfire. Prince Byron lets everyone know no one will hurt the ones he cares about, especially Victoria. Everyone is just trying not to loose everything.

Full of betrayal no one knows who to trust and no where is safe. Right along with the rest of the series, it is fast paced and full of twists! The ending of Royal Threat was by far the best cliff hanger. I can’t wait to find out what will happen next!

 

About The Author:

Michael writes YA speculative fiction. He currently lives in Southern California with his wife, kids, and two blood-thirsty chiweenies. When he’s not at the computer, he enjoys spending quality time with family, practicing yoga, playing guitar behind closed doors, and listening to audiobooks.

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Review: Watchdogs By Will McIntosh

34079577The Synopsis:

Thirteen-year-old twins Vick and Tara have built an incredible machine–a loyal robotic watchdog named Daisy. But, when local crime boss Ms. Alba schemes to add Daisy to her robot army, Vick and Tara must go to great lengths to protect their prized pet. Because Daisy is more than just any robot–she’s their constant protector, and together the three make a great team. Vick and Tara are determined to stop the mob from tearing their little family apart. And they might just succeed! Sure, the evil Ms. Alba has more robot watchdogs, but none are as smart–or as faithful–as their Daisy. Plus, if things get too dangerous, Tara could always upgrade their pet. With her mechanical skills, she could make Daisy bigger, stronger, and a lot more intimidating!

 

My Review:

Even though I’m twenty-four years old I still love to read  a good Middle Grade book.
Watchdogs is definitely one of them. I enjoyed this book so much I hope there’s more to come to this Watchdog world. Will McIntosh’s writing was so enjoyable. He gave all the characters such great personalities and it was so smooth. I couldn’t put this book down, and read it in one sitting.

Action packed with heartfelt moments that had you cheering for all the right reasons. Pre-Teens and a little younger will definitely love this story, but if you like fun little adventures full of action, I recommend this to you! There’s also a lot of serious aspects in the story, I think it really shows that autism doesn’t hold people back and can make you stronger than most people. The children in this story are homeless and have gone through some tragedy, but they are all strong and I think can really inspire young minds. It even taught me a few things.

I heard this could be made into a movie or a tv-show and I think that would be awesome! The story is perfect for both. I’d personally love to see a live action movie of these Watchdogs, but I heard it could be picked up by the makers of How To Train A Dragon and you can’t go wrong with that animation!

I will definitely be checking out other books by Will McIntosh. I am already extremely excited to read his YA novel Burning Midnight!

 

About The Author:

Will McIntoshWill McIntosh is a science fiction and young adult author, a Hugo award winner and a winner or finalist for twelve other SF awards. His newest books are UNBREAKABLE, a #1 bestseller SF dystopian thriller, and FALLER, a wild apocalyptic SF novel. WATCHDOG, a middle grades adventure SF book, is due out in 2017 from Penguin Random House. His novel DEFENDERS was optioned by Warner Brothers for a feature film, while LOVE MINUS EIGHTY, about women trapped in a cryogenic dating center, has been optioned for a TV Series, and was named the best science fiction book of 2013 by the American Library Association. Will was a psychology professor before turning to writing full-time, and still teaches part time at The College of William and Mary. Originally from New York, he lives in Williamsburg, Virginia with his wife and their twins.

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