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The Divergent Series: Insurgent | Movie Review

Please be aware that this review does contain some spoilers for Divergent (2014).

 In the second film of the Divergent franchise, based on the popular series of YA novels by Veronica Roth, we are re-united with the characters from last year’s Divergent who are now on the run after it is discovered that they don’t conform to their futuristic society that segregates the population according to people’s personalities. 871 more words

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My reading habits, as of late, have been sorely lacking and it is rather disgraceful for someone who is known as a serious book reader. My attention span as suffered severely at the hands of my college experience – and the break I have had from it. 504 more words

Edge of Reality

This is the short (kind of) dystopian story I ended up writing for my final portfolio in creative writing class. I really had instead wanted to be writing the urban fiction/dystopian novel I am currently writing so this is loosely a prequel to some of the events that happen in the book.   1,607 more words


Review: The Recovery (The Program #2.5) by Suzanne Young

Title:  The Recovery
Author: Suzanne Young
Publisher/Year: Simon Pulse 2/24/2015
Length: 80 pages
Series: The Program #2.5


Realm hopes that with each past he helps to recover, he’ll be able to reclaim a small bit of his own in this spinoff story to Suzanne Young’s bestselling duology, The Program and The Treatment. 476 more words


Review: Mind Games by Teri Terry

Thought-provoking dystopian for fans of Divergent.

Mind Games summary

Luna has a secret. She is different, and no one must find out.

Because in this world you must play their game, or it could cost you your life. 663 more words




Author: Tony Bertauski

Type of Book: Audiobook – Unabridged

Narrator: David W. Dietz

Length: 7 hours, 31 minutes

Genre: Science Fiction

Release Date: May 20, 2013… 405 more words

5 Star Review

Why Does She Follow Him?

Life As We Knew It  Ebook now available on Amazon. Look for the paperback next week.

Life As We Knew It