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UNWIND by Neal Shusterman


Unwind is the first novel in a dystopian series.  In this futuristic society, the forces of pro-life and pro-choice reach a compromise by making “unwinding” legal between the ages of 13-18.   210 more words

High School Literature

Kristen Lippert-Martin: Tabula Rasa

Title: Tabula Rasa
Author: Kristan Lippert-Martin
Genre: Young Adult Dystopian Fiction/Thriller/Science-Fiction
Source: Publisher (EdgmontUSA) through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review… 576 more words


Sky so heavy

The Sky So Heavy
Claire Zorn

There’s been a bit of buzz about this book and now that I’ve finally read it I can see why. 173 more words

A Bit Of Romance

Latest book review now up!

Hello, Write Edge readers! I have a brand new book review for you. Chris Weitz gives readers his take on dystopian fiction with his new book, … 64 more words

Book Reviews

Latest review: The Young World by Chris Weitz

By Ekta R. Garg

August 13, 2014

Rated: Borrow it

When a cryptic illness kills all children and adults and leaves teens alive, the teens must find a way to survive in a post-social media world. 501 more words

New Book Review


Picture this. A teenage girl on a high handlebar bicycle. Her auburn dreadlocks fly behind her as she follows a man with a moustache up a dirt path to the place just past the edge of the woods where he lives. 464 more words

Dystopian Fiction

Spotlight & Giveaway for Rogue (The Novi Orders #1)

Rogue (The Novi Orders # 1) by Chelsie Shock

Publication Date: June 27, 2014

Genres: Science fiction, Dystopian

In the future the New World has suffered bombings, world wars, the tectonic plates have shifted, the population has seen sicknesses, radiation spills, genetically modified animals and humans, and the population has dwindled into two classes: The elites and everyone else. 699 more words