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We by Yevgeny Zamyatin

The problem with happiness…

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Our narrator, D-503, is a cipher in the utopian One State. He is the Chief Builder of the Integral, a rocket ship that is to be sent out into the universe, bringing uniformity and happiness to all alien species who may be out there still messily living with free will. 999 more words

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All These Things I've Done

All These Things I’ve Done by Gabrielle Zevin

ISBN: 9780374302108

Farrar Straus Giroux, New York, 2011

Other titles in the Birthright series: Because It Is My Blood, In the Age of Love and Chocolate… 1,102 more words

Book Review: Legend by: Marie Lu

Each day means a new twenty-four hours. Each day means everything’s possible again. You live in the moment, you die in the moment, you take it all one day at a time” – …

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American War by Omar El Akkad
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

More speculative fiction than strictly dystopian or science fiction, American War is set before, during, and after the second American Civil War. 33 more words


Indie Spotlight: Closer Than You Think by S.A. Barton

 Indie Spotlight celebrates terrific independently published authors.

(Reposted from an old blog)


Published: December 24, 2016 by Smashwords Edition

Writing dystopian fiction in this day and age poses many challenges, not the least of which is this: how do you keep up? 477 more words

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What’s up with all the dystopian novels this year?  Not only people like Stephen King (and let’s face it, you expect Stephen King to come up with dark views of the world), but writers who are not known for writing dystopias are coming out with their own versions.   514 more words


Book review: Freefall, by Joshua David Bellin

Bellin, Joshua David.  Freefall. Margaret K. McElderry Books, 2017. $17.99. ISBN 9781481491655. 355 pages.  Ages 14-up. P7 Q6.

Cameron Newell is part of the Upperworld, the privileged 1%. 148 more words

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