[Audio]Book Review: Evolved by N.R. Walker

Lloyd, a 41-year-old professor, has struggled to maintain a relationship---because of his OCD and misophonia, he can't deal with the messiness and noisiness of other people---so he decides to try getting an android companion named Shaun. But Shaun starts to develop an unusual amount of sentience and emotion, and unless they can keep it hidden from the company who made him, Shaun, and their...
 

Book Review: Last Bus to Everland by Sophie Cameron

Brody is unhappy---feeling inferior to his brother, feeling invisible to his parents, being bothered by bullies, worrying about his future---so when a cute, confident boy chases off his bullies and invites him to hang out the next night, he goes. What he finds is an alternate dimension called Everland where he feels accepted and happy, but when the doors to Everland start disappearing, Brody and...
 

Book Review: Tin Crickets by Joseph Wise

Unhappy with the living conditions and treatment of citizens in the underwater bunker where they live, Tommy and his friends use their video camera to produce and share Riot Reels---films that expose the truth about the darkness and messed up things taking place. But one night their attempt to find the truth about unsafe food processing leads to a deadly disaster from which they might not all...
 

Book Review: The Grand Dark by Richard Kadrey

Largo is stuck in a dead-end job as a bike courier with a crappy apartment and a drug addiction. Things start looking up thanks to a promotion and connections that could help him achieve his dreams, but things also start getting stranger and more worrisome as a war nears, a plague spreads, and people start disappearing and coming back different. Largo will have to decide what side he's on and...