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So as you guys may have already seen on your social networks the cover reveal of Red Queen‘s sequel, Glass Sword was yesterday morning. For those of you who haven’t seen it here it is: 72 more words


Review: Awakening by Jeremy Laszlo

Awakening by Jeremy Laszlo

My rating: 2 of 5 stars

This book read like a long journey to no where, and it left me with so many questions and “how is that even possible?”‘s at the end that I was a bit frustrated. 387 more words



Blurb: In Beatrice Prior’s dystopian Chicago world, society is divided into five factions, each dedicated to the cultivation of a particular virtue—Candor (the honest), Abnegation (the selfless), Dauntless (the brave), Amity (the peaceful), and Erudite (the intelligent). 919 more words


Popular Teen Fiction of 2014-2015

I volunteer during my local library’s Teen Summer Reading Program (and have since its inception, five years ago). Here are the books popular during summers 2014 and (so far) 2015–straight from the mouths of the teens!


Beyond Flesh And Blood, The Post-Apocalyptic Sci-Fi Horror Shooter Reveals The Xbox One Announcement Trailer

Beyond Flesh and Blood is a story-driven 3rd person action/shooter game, with horror overtones and sci-fi gore. Bringing together dystopian themes of dehumanization, cybernetics, political instability and environmental disaster, Pixelbomb Games has created a mech-in-mech, immersive experience where the objective is to tactically understand and utilize your environment in a battle against deadly enemies. 373 more words


We Talk About Negative Space with Ryan K. Lindsay

Although relatively new to the medium of comics, Ryan K. Lindsay has already made his mark with writing credits in series such as Oxymoron, Ghost Town and Headspace.   1,343 more words


Cities and Thrones by Carrie Patel

Continuing smoothly from the first book in the series, Cities and Thrones is an intelligent, beautifully written, and well crafted story of dystopian/post apocalyptic intrigue. Where the first book surprised with its “Planet of the Apes” ending, the second book feels very much like a study of the after affects of the French Revolution. 501 more words