Category Archives: dystopia

Vicarious by Paula Stokes (2016)

4.3 Stars Living in a world where futuristic technology allows you to live vicariously through another’s recorded experiences, Winter is a recorder and a daredevil. We meet her as she lives comfortably with her older “brother” Gideon, who saved her … Continue reading

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Savage Song by Victoria Schwab (2016)

Rating: 4 stars. It’s been a while since I’ve read a good dark urban fantasy, and this one definitely wet my appetite for more. In a world where monsters rule the night, Kate was brilliant character. A bit broken, strong, … Continue reading

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Bluescreen by Dan Wells (2016)

Rating: 4 Stars.  Marisa, a 17 year old hacker, lives in a futuristic world, where our brains are more closely tied to the internet than ever. She and her group of ‘Cherry Dogs’ as they call themselves, gamers and hackers … Continue reading

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Red Rising Trilogy By Pierce Brown

Red Rising (2014) Rating: 4.8 Stars. Golden Son (2015) Rating: 4.2 Stars. Morning Star (2016) Rating: 4.7 Stars. So I read Red Rising back in 2014, pretty much right after it came out and it completely and utterly blew my mind. At … Continue reading

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Bleeding Earth by Kaitlin Ward (2016)

Rating: 3.5 Stars Lea finds herself in a cemetery when the earth begins to bleed. Blood seeps out of the ground, making international news and as much as Lea tries to ignore the situation and focus on her new girlfriend … Continue reading

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