Showcases the strengths and weaknesses of humanity, and the will to survive.
Blue Friday vacillates between black humor, which can be very funny indeed, and the cognitive dissonance of an unlikely dystopia which is all too familiar.
Branded wasn't advertised. Because it's an abomination.
The Kill Order by James Dashner features powerful character growth in a post-apocalyptic world.
Branded director James Bradshaw talks with Blogcritics Co-Executive Editor Barbara Barnett about his new movie.
Adrem Kay's Strength & Justice will keep readers guessing as Jeremy, the humorous protagonist, investigates his magical world.
What if love were a disease, one that could be cured by an invasive but necessary procedure, ridding the world of violence and pain forever?
Philippe Claudel brings us both a hysterical and bleak view of life in his original The Investigation: A Novel.
There is trouble brewing in dystopia, as Freer creates in this young adult novel a world where normal family relationships are outlawed and women rule the world.
An ex-cop loses everything when his wife is murdered but finds new strength to help a girl in trouble.