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Dystopian

Brave New World is a classic of the dystopian genre. Though many people think of George Orwell's 1984 as setting the stage for dystopian literature, Brave New World actually p…
Once again, the human race is struggling to survive.  It's not a world we would recognize but rather a world from the depths of our minds.   The author, J.N. Chaney, has painted a wo…
Set in a dystopian world, this story line is believable, yet also reminiscent of a creepy, communist country.  Book one, The Institution, set the reader up with a good foundation and book tw…
I didn't know what I was getting into when I began reading this book. Something of a mix between Harry Potter and a dystopian teen novel, All the Birds in the Sky is something…
The Bar Code Tattoo is book one of the Bar Code Trilogy and author Suzanne Weyn does an excellent job of sparking the reader's interest as the story begins. Because the setting of the story is in the …
Thalli has known most of her life that she is different but she's always had to hide those differences for survival purposes. She's now a teenager who has accidentally been caught doing something that…
Allegiant is the third and final book in Veronica Roth's bestselling Divergent trilogy. The story begins right where Insurgent left off and is told from both Tris and Four's point of vi…
A strong finish to the series! Marie Lu does not disappoint with this final installment in the Legend trilogy. June and Day are every bit as likable, every bit as compelling in Champion.  …
Freya's life is pretty much anything but normal. Sadly, her less-than-standard life feels so disconnected for her that she can't find happiness. When she happens to see a stranger who feels beyond fam…
Say hello to the end of the world via aliens in Rick Yancey's The 5th Wave.  Mr. Yancey takes a little bit of everything from all things alien and currently popular, throws it in the mixer, …
Picking up shortly after The Hunger Games, the intensity continues in Catching Fire, book two of Suzanne Collins' incredible three-book series. After winning the Hunger Games, Katniss and Pe…
If you just accept that there are zombies, World War Z is actually a very enjoyable read.  As ridiculous as they are in science fiction, Brooks does manage to make zombies work for this novel.  The no…
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