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Sunny: In a not-too-distant future, the world has fallen into disrepair. Depressed, poor, and dispirited, the people prefer to spend their lives logged into the biggest online game the size of an entire universe, The OASIS. When the creater of this world of sparkling worlds dies, he leaves his fortunes to whomever can find it hidden somewhere in the game..."There are three keys to three gates that lead to my Easter Egg." And all he leaves is a clue and a wish of "Good luck." Among the billions on earth, Wade Watts (aka Parzival) is determined to find the Egg...but at what costs?
Sunny: Homer is a sweet, loving, funny, and remarkable cat who could make friends with practically anybody. As his owner Gwen struggles to find footholds in life, Homer is there to keep her chin up. And guess what... he's blind, too.
A graphic novel telling of Takei's childhood, growing up in three internment camps during WW2. This is a fabulous way to present the story, and a must read!
A distopic world where people rely on books they write about themselves, as the unrelenting Forgetting comes every 13 years
I A low simmering of foreboding. A gothic horror delight!
Sunny: A prince who loves dresses. A dressmaker who wants the freedom to make her own designs. They can make each other's dreams come true
A delicious historical novel about a bisexual young man on his Grand Tour through Europe. Pirates! Kidnappings! A plot! A forbidden love!
Sunny: Ivy's twin Scarlet has died, and Ivy has been asked to take her place at school. But why have they told her to pretend to be Scarlet, and why did she find a letter to her from her dead twin?
Explore the coastal redwoods with the master of science suspense
Sunny: Another great offering from gothic horror author Laura Purcell
Normal high school kid by day, top-ten high score gamer by night, Zack Lightman is not sure what to think when a real spaceship (straight out of his favorite game, no less) appears at his high school. Has he gone crazy, like his late father? Or is there more to this video game, and sci-fi pop culture throughout history?True to his passions in geek culture, Ernest Cline has saturated ARMADA with references to sci-fi culture throughout our history, from TV shows and movies, to books and video games, with MMORPG once again playing a major role.This is NOT a sequel to Ready Player One. It is purely sci-fi set in our modern day.
Sunny: Ensign Dahl has just been transfered to the Intrepid, the UU's flagship. It's a sweet post, until he notices how strangely the crew are acting. The senior officers are avoided like the plague, and there's a disturbingly high mortality rate on away missions. Dahl doesn't want to die, but he doesn't want to hide either, so he and his friends set out to solve the mystery behind the Intrepid before they join the ranks of the red-shirted dead.
A fabulously entertaining book that had me hooked from the prologue.
Sunny: Taylor Greer is an independent woman. Lou Ann Ruiz is recently separated from her husband. And Turtle is a little girl who was abandoned in Taylor's car. Along with several other strong characters, these three women grow and thrive in Tucson.
A wonderful adventure in WW2-time Russia. A boy must find a dozen eggs to earn his life and freedom within one week's time. But the problem is, where's somebody going to get fresh eggs in war-starved Russia?
Sunny: Sir Sparhawk returns from exile to find the king he once served murdered and the princess he once raised a queen, and deathly ill. He and a group of other knights, thieves, squires, and a priestess must go on a quest to find the origins of this sickness and find the cure.
Sunny: The fairy king and queen are in trouble. The Chyld has no power to help him, so he must seek help from the Changeling child that replaced him in the human world