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The Circle - David Eggers

The Circle by David Egger’s is a dystopian novel about our increasing obsession with the internet. The plot focuses around the character of Mae, who has been hired to work at ‘The Circle’ – the world’s biggest and best internet company. 617 more words

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All The Birds In The Sky - Charlie Jane Anders

There’s been a lot of buzz about the debut novel from Charlie Jane Anders, All The Birds In The Sky.  This seems to be largely driven by the author’s status as a recognisable ‘name’ in online pop culture journalism: she is one of the co-founders of… 261 more words

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A new YA Dystopian is born

I literally got a new story idea for a young adult dystopian story two days ago. It just popped into head seemingly out of nowhere and I think I have a good skeleton structure for it :) 109 more words

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Aerternum: A Novel.

Prologue

Our only health is the disease

If we obey the dying nurse

Whose constant care  is not to please

But to remind of our and Adams curse,  757 more words

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The List, by Patricia Forde

 Title: The List
Author: Patricia Forde
Rating: 3/5

Blurb (taken from Goodreads):

In the city of Ark, speech is constrained to five hundred sanctioned words. Speak outside the approved lexicon and face banishment. 292 more words

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Fighting HIV - Using the Cells it Affects

Methods to treat HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) have improved greatly since the virus first began to affect humans, in the late 1980s. A few of those infected never developed full-blown AIDS, but for the majority, the inevitable result would have been wasting away due to an inability to fight diseases. 359 more words

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Fahrenheit 451 (Review)

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

When mentioning timeless dystopian novels, Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is most likely to be mentioned. The reasons are more than one can shake a stick at, but one of the many reasons is the profound effect Bradbury’s images have on booklovers abound. 692 more words

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