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Back to a Dystopian Future

Recently I made a comeback to dystopian fiction by reading The Hunger Games. It was my first engagement with the genre since  my school days and… 920 more words

Book Review: The Running Man - Stephen King (writing as Richard Bachman)

The Running Man – Stephen King (Richard Bachman)

The Running Man was first published in 1982 by Stephen King – but writing under the pseudonym Richard Bachman. 659 more words

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Books, Books, Books

I was tagged twice in the same day to talk about my ten favorite books, or the books that influenced me or something. Here is my list, cheating a bit. 1,017 more words

Blog Tour~ Fairytale Apocalyspe + Author Guest Post & Giveaway

This month Jacqueline Patricks has released the first novel in her new Fantasy Dystopia series, The Verge. The book’s title and the unusual blend of fantasy and post-apocalyptic fiction have piqued my interest in this series. 1,529 more words

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Review: Divergent by Veronica Roth

Divergent seems like a natural choice for those looking for something to fill the void in their lives left by finishing the Hunger Games trilogy. In fact, Divergent has many parallels to HG – mainly, its strong-willed female protagonist, dystopian society, and the ability for teenagers to basically turn the government on its ear. 530 more words

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Not a Drop to Drink

Mindy McGinnis’ post-apocalyptic novel “Not a Drop to Drink” is well written.  I really like the way she developed the characters, especially Lynn.  In the story there is a shortage of water so people are raiding and looting homes to find anything salvageable.  81 more words

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Alternate Reality, Actual Reality?

Jennifer Government is a dystopian novel set in an alternate reality where most nations are controlled by for-profit corporate entities and there is limited government political power. 115 more words

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