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This Week’s Book Trailer of the Week– Reboot by Amy Tintera
This week’s book trailer of the week is for Reboot by Amy Tintera. Wren has died. She was dead for 178 minutes before she came back to life. The longer someone is dead, the better the hunter they become because they are stronger and return devoid of emotion. Wren knows that she is one of the few who are considered emotionless because she was dead for so long. As a result, she is one of the strongest hunters and she trains the new reboots. Callum was only dead for 22 minutes. His human-ness if off putting to Wren, but for some reason she is drawn to him. When Wren learns that Callum and other reboots may be in danger from experimental procedures, she uses her unique abilities to fight back against the government who made her. Click here to find Reboot in the Library!
Ultraviolet by R.J. Anderson
by R.J. Anderson
What would you do if you woke up in a psychiatric ward, with no memory of how you got there? That is what happens to Allison at the beginning of Ultraviolet. We meet Allison when she awakes, restrained in a bed in a psych ward. As she remembers more and more about what happened to her, the mystery is revealed as to the strange and unexplainable event that occurred that landed her in that bed. Allison witnessed her classmate Tori’s death. However, this was a death that was like no other because Tori literally unravelled before Allison’s eyes. Allison does not know if what she saw was real, she thinks it is, but is too scared to tell anyone. Even worse, the police suspect that Allison may be guilty of Tori’s murder since she was the last one to see her alive.
Ultraviolet is an exciting read! It is one part mystery and one part science fiction, and I guarantee you will never guess the truth of what Allison saw. This novel definitely kept me guess up until the end of the book. One cool thing about this novel is that you never really know if Allison can be trusted, but the story is from her point of view so you wonder if you are getting the true story. I would definitely recommend this novel to anyone who likes a good mystery, and also to those who like sci-fi, action and adventure reads. Click here to find Ultraviolet in the Library!