System Collapse, a novella by Martha Wells, is a satisfying sequel and could readily serve as the triumphant cap to the Murderbot Diaries series, if it ends here.
The Night Eaters is a horror graphic novel about family, fears, expectations, and inter-generational differences.
A Deadly Education is a dark school-of-magic book, where magic users are targeted by all the darker creatures of the world during their pubescent years. Their safest option is… not that safe: a boarding school literally set apart from the world, with no oversight and only slightly fewer things that want to eat the students.
I just finished the fifth in the Murderbot Diaries, a fast-paced science-fiction series by Martha Wells about a rogue construct (like a cyborg, but 'born' that way) who just wants to watch its shows and not talk to humans about its feelings, but who keeps ending up in situations where everything seems to want to kill its humans.
Agnieszka lives in the valley outside the Blighted Woods. The evil of The Woods is held at bay by the wizard known as Dragon.
In Watch Dogs, you play Aiden Pearce, an anarchist hacktivist who fights criminals, the government, and corporations, primarily using his smart phone.
In a dystopian future where a handful of families ruthlessly control the limited resources of a ravaged world, much of which is simply referred to as The Waste, a woman named Forever Carlyle is a Lazarus.