If there’s a void in your life that can only be filled by a sci-fi adventure book reminiscent of Star Wars, Ender’s Game, and a dozen space operas in between, fill it with Pierce Brown’s endlessly exciting Red Rising trilogy.

If there’s a void in your life that can only be filled by a sci-fi adventure book reminiscent of Star Wars, Ender’s Game, and a dozen space operas in between, fill it with Pierce Brown’s endlessly exciting Red Rising trilogy.

Golden Son (Red Rising Trilogy #2) by Pierce Brown | Expected publication: January 13th 2015 by Del Rey | www.pierce-brown.com | Science Fiction #Thriller #dystopian

Get a first peek at 'Golden Son', sequel to 'Red Rising'

Golden Son (Red Rising Trilogy #2) by Pierce Brown | Expected publication: January 13th 2015 by Del Rey | www.pierce-brown.com | Science Fiction #Thriller #dystopian

The Icarus Hunt b Timothy Zahn. Best explanation I have for it is Sherlock Holmes meets Star Wars.

The Icarus Hunt b Timothy Zahn. Best explanation I have for it is Sherlock Holmes meets Star Wars.

Golden Son: Book II of The Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown An Amazon best book of 2015 so far.

Golden Son: Book II of The Red Rising Trilogy by Pierce Brown An Amazon best book of 2015 so far.

RED RISING Pierce Brown - I wish I had waited until the entire trilogy was out so I could read them back to back.

Red Rising

RED RISING Pierce Brown - I wish I had waited until the entire trilogy was out so I could read them back to back.

14 Summer Reading Recommendations from Author Jane Green

14 Beach Reads If You Love Jane Green

Story of Bean, I was a big fan of Ender's Game.  This is going at the same time of Ender's Game

Story of Bean, I was a big fan of Ender's Game. This is going at the same time of Ender's Game

The Wheel of Osheim (The Red Queen's War, #3)--Not at all what I expected from the final book of the Red Queens War trillogy.  It was so much more, and the idea of an afterlife unbounded by human imagination was a refreshing and hopeful notion.

The Wheel of Osheim (The Red Queen's War, #3)--Not at all what I expected from the final book of the Red Queens War trillogy. It was so much more, and the idea of an afterlife unbounded by human imagination was a refreshing and hopeful notion.

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