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Lisa Stasse’s The Forsaken and my frustrations with dystopian YA

Lisa Stasse’s The Forsaken and my frustrations with dystopian YA

If you're new here, why not subscribe to our email updates or follow us on Facebook? You can also add us to your Google Reader. Thanks for visiting! With its Katniss-lookalike cover illustration, stark black and red cover scheme, and Hunger Games-reminiscent font, you could be forgiven for mistaking Lisa M Stasse’s The Forsaken for fan fiction. But never...

Book Review: 1.4 by Mike Lancaster

Book Review: 1.4 by Mike Lancaster

“I am the boy running around trying to tell the world that the sky is falling. And you know what? It’s not an acorn this time. The sky really is falling in.” Peter Vincent’s father is a world-renowned scientist, the man responsible for engineering a species of mechanical bees to replace the dwindling originals. It’s an act...

Book Review: Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

Book Review: Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

  Lauren Oliver’s Delirium (see my review) posited a world in which love is outlawed due to its perception as a dangerous disease whose symptoms result in all manner of illogical actions, and where a puritanical government has mandated what amounts to an anti-emotion treatment in order to stifle any sort of passionate response to stimuli. It’s...

Book Review: Pure by Julianna Baggott

Book Review: Pure by Julianna Baggott

  In my recent review of Chris Priestley’s Mister Creecher I mused on how humanity and physicality are inextricably tied: no matter how transcendant one aims to be intellectually, ethically, and spiritually, one’s humanity will always be judged, at the outset at least, by how well one meets the physical criteria of humanness. The idea is...

Book Review: Prized by Caragh O’Brien

Book Review: Prized by Caragh O’Brien

Debut novelist Caragh O’Brien surprised me last year with her thoughtful postapocalyptic novel Birthmarked, in which global warming has devastated the Earth’s population, leading to a careful division of the genetic haves and the genetic have notes in an attempt to prolong humanity’s viability. Though such a premise is ethically fraught,...

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