We love sci-fi lovers because they are imaginative, curious and have the ability to think outside the box. These book lovers will be our best friends when the zombies take over or when the aliens invade because they’ll know from their reading experiences exactly how to save our lives. Here are a few of our sci-fi recommendations for all you zombie attack survivors.
Gone by Michael Grant
Gone is the first novel in Grant’s sci-fi saga. We like to call this the 21st Century Lord of the Flies with an eerie sci-fi twist. In this survival of the fittest novel, teens struggle to stay alive while being faced with zero technology, no way out, and threatening animals, creatures and people. This sci-fi novel will keep you on your toes and make you grateful to be safe and sound during this March Break.
World War Z by Max Brooks
I mean, who hasn’t wondering what life would be like if zombies took over the world? In this novel, Max documents the experiences and thoughts from the survivors of the Zombie War that occurred 10 years ago. It describes how the war started, how people reacted to it and how it almost ended the world. We love this book because it reveals the fear, horror, and emotions spoken by the living dead through stories, narratives and interviews.
Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card
Feeling a little lonely during this March Break? Try being Ender, a boy isolated from the real world and battling with the fear of alien invaders. Ender is faced with the tough task of saving the planet… but can he defeat this intense challenge? (And you thought you had tough chores to do.)
Unwind by Neal Shusterman
Connor’s parents want to be rid of him because he’s a troublemaker. Risa has no parents and is being unwound to cut orphanage costs. Lev’s unwinding has been planned since his birth, as part of his family’s strict religion. Brought together by chance, and kept together by desperation, these three unlikely companions make a harrowing cross-country journey, knowing their lives hang in the balance. If they can survive until their eighteenth birthday, they can’t be harmed — but when every piece of them, from their hands to their hearts, are wanted by a world gone mad, eighteen seems far, far away. (Amazon)
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