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Book Review: Captives - Jill Williamson

Levi lay on the grass, letting the rain soak him, giving in to the tears, praying for help, for guidance, for sanity. The storm cloud passed quickly, and Levi decided he too should get moving.

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Mortal Engines

The final book that I read to research steampunk fiction was Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve. This is a young adult novel, published in 2001 and shortlisted for the Whitbread Children’s Book of the Year. 475 more words


Gender Abolitionist Crotchless Pantsuit Mandate.

(PLEASE NOTE: All photos in this article will be black and white, because bright colors could be considered feminine and thus a form of patriarchy somehow. 305 more words

Acts Of Bloggery

Book Review | The Word Exchange

Meme /ˈmiːm/ n  :  An element of a culture or system of behaviour that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by non genetic means, esp. 672 more words



So, with the movie having just came out, and having seen the movie, I decided that I should begin Veronica Roth’s Divergent trilogy. A few days ago I finished the first book, … 2,065 more words


More Than This by Patrick Ness

The book starts with a boy drowning. He drowns. He wakes up in his childhood home in England, except it looks like it had been abandoned for decades. 248 more words

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A dystopian California: not unimaginable

After writing about my avoidance of dystopian fiction, and subsequently reading dystopia-lovers’ reasons for reading post-apocalyptic novels (e.g., to caution us against our gluttonous ways and to prepare ourselves for Armageddon), I decided to read Octavia Butler’s… 506 more words