Books that Prove that Magic and Science can Live Together

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If you’re like us, you’re addicted to both science fiction AND fantasy. It can be hard to choose which you’re going to read. Luckily, these books feature both magic and science, and they blend the genres together perfectly. 

Madly by Amy Alward

This gem by Amy Alward follows protagonist Samantha Kemi, one of the last true alchemists left. Her family has spent generations mixing magic potions, but now that synthetic potions have been created, the business is going under. Enter the princess of the kingdom, who has taken a love potion and accidentally fallen head over heels for herself. When the synthetically created cure fails, the race is on to brew the antidote. Will Sam’s prowess with potions win out, or will she be defeated by her sexy competition? A seamless blend of science and magic, this book will have you hooked from start to finish.

Ace of Shades by Amanda Foody

The Shadow Game series by Amanda Foody is mostly fantasy, but there’s a healthy helping of technology here, too! Who needs magic powers when you can cruise around the town in your coveted sports car? This YA series follows Enne, who is searching for her mother. When she enters the City of Sin, she has to team up with sexy gang leader Levi Glaisyer. These two. THESE TWO. If you’re in the mood for a tension-filled slow burn that will keep you thinking about it for days, this is your pick.

Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard
Red Queen by Victoria Aveyard

Craving a good old fashioned royal showdown? This book is going to be your new favorite! It follows Mare Barrow as she discovers that, against all odds, she has magic. With red blood, she’s seen as a commoner, with no power, and may be forced to enter the war. But when she discovers her powers and is forced to enter the royal court, everything changes. A love triangle like no other, science and fantasy…we can’t get enough of this series.

Which book are you going to dive into this weekend?

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