How Do You Like Your Dystopia Served?

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How do you like your Dystopia served? Hot and spicy with imagined worlds and fearsome creatures—or savoury with believable situations and subtle nuances from the world we live in?

The first flavours include such favourites as The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins and Justin Cronin’s trilogy that includes The Passage, The Twelve, and City . . . → Read More: How Do You Like Your Dystopia Served?

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The Torturer’s Daughter

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The Torturer’s Daughter The dystopian society is startling and frightening in its simplicity. Internal Defense rules with an iron fist to ensure no “dissidents” have an impact on the complicity of citizens. However, human nature, being what it is, has other plans. The commonly held belief is that dissidents were guilty if picked up . . . → Read More: The Torturer’s Daughter

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Reader: Daughter of Time

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Reader (Daughter of Time) (Volume 1)

A must read for science fiction fans

At the outset, let me say that it took me a while to get into this story. That being said, it is not a genre I have often delved into. For me, the first part of the book seemed a . . . → Read More: Reader: Daughter of Time

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After The Ending

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After The Ending (The Ending Series) (Volume 1)

An Enticing Read

I quite enjoyed reading this book. The authors have created two main characters who, while very close to each other and who share much of their lives, have very distinct personalities and voices.

The dystopian world presented to the reader is both . . . → Read More: After The Ending

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