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SA Authors Who Should Be on Your Summer Reading List

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Dan Wells

Blazer + Bray

352 pgs.

Dystopian Los Angeles finds humans even more connected to the web with chips implanted directly into citizens’ heads. When a rebel tries to fight the system, trouble arises, leaving readers of the San Antonio native’s book proud that they’re reading something instead of, like the rest of the world, being plugged in.


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