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Book Review: ‘The Death House’ – A YA Novel by Sarah Pinborough

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The Death House is a strong YA dystopian novel about quarantined children: a celebration of hope in the direst of worlds Read More »

Book Review: ‘Pandemonium’ by Lauren Oliver


The second volume in Oliver's Delirium trilogy proves even stronger than the first. Read More »

Book Review: ‘Dearly, Departed’ by Lia Habel

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A post-apocalyptic, dystopian, steampunk, zombie romantic fiction YA novel shouldn't work but somehow does. Read More »

Book Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver

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? Read More »

Book Review: Toxic Treacle by Echo Freer

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. Read More »

Book Review: Swipe by Evan Angler

A middle-grade futuristic adventure that asks unsettling questions and implies some disturbing answers. Read More »

Book Review: The Year of the Flood by Margaret Atwood

Margaret Atwood has created a world that will appease one’s apocalyptic appetite. Read More »