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Review: The Girl with All the Gifts

Rating: ★ ★ ★ ★ ★
Date Read: February 26 to March 2, 2015
Read Count: 1
Recommended by: loads of people on GR… 483 more words

Book Review

Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? vs. Blade Runner

I recently read Philip K. Dick’s Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? – a literary classic that, as a dystopian-lover, I should have read a long time ago. 1,414 more words


The Undead Rampage Audible

Tear into the R.R. Haywood’s cult zombie hit and download a free audio exclusive 412 more words

New Release

A Clockwork Orange

If I had not read A Clockwork Orange by Anthony Burgess along with Danielle, I doubt I would have managed to finish it. It’s a book that is generally ranked among the classics and I have been wanting to read it for ages. 809 more words


Think of the Children! - Book Club, Booked Up

What have we been doing in Book Club?

This half term in the library: Children’s literature, a topic close to all our hearts. We wanted to delve back into our past and work out what has shaped our childhoods, but in doing so we quickly discovered there were different lenses. 382 more words


The Fall of Perth City

“Once a shithole, always a shitehole.”

That saying holds true for Perth City but most folk didn’t think it could get any worse.

People used to say, back when the world still had sanity, that this place was nothing more than a husk of a town, soulless, empty;  about as interesting as a slab of concrete sinking its way down to the riverbed. 285 more words

Dystopian Fiction


Hungry by H.A. Swain Feiwell & friends, 2014. ISBN: 9781250028297 . reviewed by John R. Clark, MLIS.

Thalia lives in the future at a time when humanity has messed things up enough to alter the ecosystem sufficiently to kill off most plant and animal life. 455 more words

Grade 10-12