Young Adult Fiction

These posts are about works of fiction that will most likely be enjoyed by children in their teens and into the early years of adulthood.

“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”

— Stephen King

David Narrates Books

Selections from Chapters 4 and 5 of Dance of the Nutcracker by Paul Thompson and Crazy Faith by Michael Todd Things are really starting to heat up in Dance of the Nutcracker! In Chapter Four, Fritz plans his escape from prison, and in Chapter Five, he has an unpleasant encounter with the Malregent, the tyrannical ruler of Delysia. Then, we go in a little bit of a different direction as I narrate a selection from Michael Todd’s Crazy Faith, in which he talks about having child-like trust in our Heavenly Father. Episode Five Continue reading David Narrates Books

The spaceship was an alien zoo controlled by an A.I.

Timothy Zahn is definitely one of my favorite authors. He loves to explore a wide variety of topics in his science fiction novels. In The Sibyl’s War trilogy, he explores the question: “What if there was an alien ship, controlled by an ancient AI, that was then captured by space pirates who abducted people from all over the galaxy and made them fight each other to see if they would make good slave soldiers or not?” Continue reading The spaceship was an alien zoo controlled by an A.I.


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