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Guest Blogger: Tiffany Newton's The Here and Now review

“You can’t even look up tomorrow .  Who says the Internet is boundless?” (pg 129)

The Here and Now by Ann Brashares is a Young Adult book with some romance, science fiction, and dystopian themes.  687 more words

YA

Developmental Shorts: Beyond Reasonable Doubt

I’ve just added another page to the Developmental Shorts menu, this time Beyond Reasonable Doubt, the winner of the 2014 Orwell Society Dystopian Short Story competition. 184 more words

Writing

Diary at the end of the world

Day 436:
I’ve been all over the place. From up north, where they used to make cars, down south where they used to make oil for those cars. 728 more words

Flash Fiction

A Feat of Queer, Feminist, Punk Dystopian YA: A Review of Kristyn Dunnion's BIG BIG SKY

Big Big Sky by Toronto punk author Kristyn Dunnion is perhaps the strangest book I’ve ever read. But I mean strange in that’s it’s wonderfully weird in a way that makes your brain stretch a little bit in a direction it’s never gone before. 942 more words

Queer

True Born (The Born Trilogy) ~ By L.E. Sterling - 4.5 Stars

Thank you NetGalley and Entangled Teen for providing an e-Arc in exchange for an honest review.

Release Date: May 3rd, 2016

Synopsis: Welcome to Dominion City. 505 more words

Rebel of the Sands

Rebel of the Sands by Alwyn Hamilton, Viking, 2016. ISBN: 9780451477538. Reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS.

Take some 1001 Arabian Nights, add a cup of wild west and a healthy dash or two of dystopia, sprinkle a pinch of romance on top and bake slowly. 220 more words

Fiction