Tag: dystopia

Book Review: CLOUDBOUND, by Fran Wilde

After reading UPDRAFT, and loving it, I dove dove right into the second book in the Bone Universe series, CLOUDBOUND, by Fran Wilde. This time told from Nat’s point of view (and not Kirit’s), the YA dystopian novel is not a stand-alone. You should definitely read UPDRAFT first. Doing so let’s you get the most […]

Book Review: PACIFICA, by Kristen Simmons

In 2016, I read, and loved METALTOWN, rating it my favorite book of the year. When I received a copy of PACIFICA to review, I couldn’t wait to dig in. PACIFICA is a YA Dystopian that is different, and unique. The world is a mess. There are basically two types of people. The Haves and […]

Search for the Next YA Craze

Can YOU help find the next big YA craze? What genre will it fall under? Dystopian, Utopian, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Horror, Contemporary, adventure, or Humor? I plan to dedicate 2015 to reading MOSTLY (not all, but mostly) YA Books on my search for the Next YA Craze. (#NextYACraze). I don’t want to do it alone! READ the books with […]

Book Review: Red Rising

While I said in an earlier review that Divergent is nothing like The Hunger Games, and could not see why the two were ever compared, Red Rising is, in fact, similar. But allow me the next few paragraphs to explain. On the planet Mars, the world is split into castes, and those castes are represented […]