The Silent Stars Go By by Dan Abnett – This is a Doctor Who book, which I found to be cheesy and poorly written.
Touched by an Angel by Jonathan Morris – Doctor Who story
Prince Caspian by C. S. Lewis
Out of the Silent Planet by C. S. Lewis
Perelandra by C. S. Lewis
The War of the Worlds by H. G. Wells –I didn’t enjoy this book as much as I expected. I thought it was somewhat slow and depressing, but I’m sure it was revolutionary when it was first written.
The Enclave by Karen Hancock –Another great book by Hancock! It was not one of my favorites of hers, but it was still a page-turner! The story takes place in a research institute where a mysterious intruder is wreaking havoc in the genetics lab. The institute tries to cover up the incidents, leaving a Christian geneticist and lab assistant to discover the truth of what is going on.
The Dark Tower by C. S. Lewis –More amazing stories by Lewis! This book as several short stories written by Lewis, including two longer, unfinished works. The main story, “The Dark Tower,” was very intriguing and included a theory about time travel. I really enjoyed it, but am curious as to how Lewis would have continued the story if he had finished it. I would recommend this books as long as the reader knew that there wouldn’t be satisfying endings and was ok with that.
Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradley –In this book, Bradley imagines what the future will be like–a future where books are forbidden. Although I found this book intriguing, I did not agree with the worldview in it, and I disliked that the Bible was quoted as if it was any other book and not the inspired word of God.