In my last post I offered my recommendations of young adult fantasy novels; now I’d like to share some YA science fiction recs. I think you’ll find there’s something that’ll appeal to just about everyone!
House of Stairs and Singularity by William Sleator – The first perfectly demonstrates the power of behavioral conditioning, while the second bends space and time and the relationship between two brothers.
A Crack in the Line by Michael Lawrence – Alaric and Naia live in the same house, with (mostly) the same family, but they’ve never metuntil a crack between their parallel worlds brings them together.
Candor by Pam Bachorz – A “perfect” community where everyone is kept in line with subliminal messages, except for the founder’s son, who finds himself having to decide just how much he’ll sacrifice for the new girl in town.