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Why Brave New World?

Isaac Asimov once said, “Any book worth banning is a book worth reading.” First published in 1932, Brave New World… 1,331 more words

Book Reviews

An evening with Margaret Atwood

Courtesy of Guardian Live, Tuesday evening saw the magnificent Emmanuel Centre in Westminster graced by the presence of a certain Canadian novelist, poet and environmental activist: the unmistakeable Margaret Atwood. 582 more words

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Five Fascinating Facts about The Maze Runner

Interesting Maze Runner facts: James Dashner’s a-mazing series of dystopian novels

1. Although some fans have made comparisons between The Maze Runner and other recent young adult dystopian novels, the idea for the series came to its author some ten years ago.  567 more words


Take Back The Skies

Take Back The Skies by Lucy Saxon. Bloomsbury, 2014. ISBN: 9781619633674. Reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS.

Imagine a young lady in a world that has both futuristic and archaic elements. 319 more words

Grade 7-9

Review Time: Deliverance by Katie Clark Book 2 in the Enslaved Series

My Review:

Deliverance continues to deliver the intrigue and adventure as Hana, now a Greater, is forced to live in a new city and play by new rules. 356 more words

The Heart Goes Last ~ By Margaret Atwood - 2.5 Stars

 I received this ebook from NetGalley and Doubleday Books in exchange for an honest review.

Synopsis: Living in their car, surviving on tips, Charmaine and Stan are in a desperate state. 815 more words

Book Review | The Heart Goes Last by Margaret Atwood

It’s a little embarrassing for me to admit that I had never read anything by the incredibly intelligent and prolific Margaret Atwood until early 2014. But after loving… 575 more words