Tag Archives: dystopian

The Last Free Cat

A cat dystopian? I picked this up because I love my cat and now I love this book as well. The Last Free Cat is written by cat-loving Jon Blake, who lives in England and peppers the novel with a delightful British … Continue reading

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Starters

The first impression of Lissa Price‘s Starters is the cover: A surreal, almost glowing teen girl waits with an unwavering gaze and pristine skin. This perfection is a scheme. Wealthy Enders (the elderly) laser away the flaws of teenagers and then rent their … Continue reading

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The Death Cure

The third book in the Maze Runner trilogy does answer all our questions about WICKED and why Thomas is special.  Filled with twists and turns, futuristic plots and a plan to save the human race, James Dashner’s The Death Cure shows … Continue reading

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The Scorch Trials

Thomas and the Gladers solved the maze, but now they have to endure the Scorch and find the safe haven WICKED promised.  Minho, Teresa and Newt from The Maze Runner are back for The Scorch Trials, along with new Cranks, Jorge … Continue reading

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The Maze Runner

For a page turning adventure in a world with no memories, read James Dashner’s The Maze Runner, first in a dystopian trilogy.  Thomas arrives at the Glades in a box, his memory wiped clean and his environment controlled.  The boys already … Continue reading

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Divergent

Even virtues can go bad in a futuristic Chicago where everyone but the factionless belong to either Abnegation, Erudite, Candor, Amity or Dauntless.  At sixteen, Tris chooses to become Dauntless, a choice that takes her away from her family and … Continue reading

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Fahrenheit 451

Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451 is as interesting today as it was when I was in high school. If you need any reminders about the importance of books, drop everything and read this book.  Guy Montag is a fireman, in a … Continue reading

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