That said, let's move to number Seven (out of 111 books read this year):
The Tomorrow Code, by Brian Faulkner
Why did this stay with me? First, it's very exciting. Faulkner knows how to make a good thriller, imo -- and I prefer his thrillers to some of the adult types (which tends to be too long for my taste -- a notable exception includes most of Michael Crichton's books). Second, I like the main characters, all three of them. I love the aboriginal additions, and I thought their different skills were interesting and well-used. Third, I thought the science aspect was fascinating. I have no idea how feasible any of it would be, but I love books that skirt that edge of possibility and believability -- really fun! And fourth, I thought the romance was sweet and not overdone. It was a nice addition to an already enjoyable read. So yes, another highly recommended book (more of a fun, fast read than yesterday's -- but truly, these are somewhat random now that I simply adored them all).