After letting the books grow dusty on my shelves for a year, I finally took the plunge and read Neal Shusterman’s Scythe Trilogy
Every single time a “classic” is adapted to film everyone puts on their cardigans and has a debate over whether now is the time
I finally read Severance by Ling Ma. It was…weird
After thirty-five years of waiting, most of which I didn’t participate in because I wasn’t born yet, the sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale is finally in the world.
Beloved YA author Ally Condie is back with a new book, the Last Voyage of the Poe Blythe, and I can’t wait to dive into it.
Dystopias have always been my reading jam, and I’d heard a lot about Vox by Christina Dalcher, including that it was the “next Handmaid’s tale.”
I had never even heard of Neal Shusterman until I started an internship at Simon & Schuster and discovered his Arc of Scythe series on our take shelf! Now, I find myself eagerly anticipating reading his next book Dry.
Set in an all-too-near future, Dry by Neal Shusterman is a dystopian novel that will leave you thirsting for water and wary of every single individual you meet.
The sweeping trilogy that puts Gossip Girl into the future and splashes in some death comes to an end with The Towering Sky.
In this speculative fiction light-dystopia, the Personhood Amendment has been passed and now abortion and IVF are illegal.
The bestselling author of the Black Key Series is back with a sapphic utopian book that dives into dystopia, identity, magic, and mor