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Allegiant by Veronica Roth


Released: October 22nd, 2013

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books

Series: The Divergent Trilogy (Book Three)

Format: Hardcover

Pages: 526 pages… 580 more words

Book Review

Waiting to Materialise

Dystopian visions of a post-apocalyptic world or Romanticised views of half-realised modern architectural constructs, Joe Scullion’s paintings are views that hint at their full meanings. 26 more words

The City Boy Reads... Echo Boy - Matt Haig

This review comes courtesy of my flatmate (and co-illustrator of End of the Rainbow) Thom Vollans.

Sum it up in a few sentences:

A dystopian(ish) future, in which everyone lives solitary, isolated lives.  192 more words

Poverty As A Form of Social Control

One of my favorite themes to explore in post-apocalyptic fiction is social collapse and social control. I’m specifically interested in how poverty is used as a form of social control in dystopian societies. 740 more words


Announcing: Sentencing Day

This has been a longtime coming. Me, actually finishing a story and putting it out and into the world. I’m incredibly excited and only somewhat nervous. 5,922 more words

Blog Posts

20th Century Books Tag

I was tagged by Irina (please check out her Youtube channel, especially if you’re a Romanian speaker).

The whole idea behing this tag is to choose a book you’ve read or a book you’d like to read for every decade of the 20th century. 85 more words


Summer's Night

Some prefer the piercing quiet of winter nights, snow shimmering on the ground as moonlight filters through the glazed branches of iced trees. Some prefer the crisp rustle of autumn evenings, leaves whispering to one another in wind smelling of smoke and spice. 436 more words