Posts Tagged: dystopian

Review: The Selection by Kiera Cass

Review: The Selection by Kiera Cass

January 22, 2018 Review 0

I purchased this years ago, probably around the time the second book was releasing and then it seemed like my interests veered away from the dystopian trends toward other things and I never ended up picking it up. This year, in 2018, one of my main goals is just reading… Read more »

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Review: Allegiant by Veronica Roth

Review: Allegiant by Veronica Roth

October 28, 2013 Review 6

It’s books like this that make it hard to write a review spoiler free. Anytime I try to formulate a sentence I just have one thing I want to say… and I can’t. I started the Divergent series straight off the heels of The Hunger Games trilogy. Prior to reading… Read more »

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Review: Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

Review: Pandemonium by Lauren Oliver

October 25, 2012 Review 0

Pandemonium leads off exactly where Delirium ends.  Lena has made it into the wilds safely and luckily was rescued by a group of invalids who have taken her in. This book alternates from “Then” which takes place when Lena first went into the wilds and “Now” which is when she… Read more »

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Review: Hana by Lauren Oliver

Review: Hana by Lauren Oliver

October 18, 2012 Review 0

Hana is the bridging story between Delirium & Pandemonium. It is told not from Lena’s point of view, but from her best friend, Hana. The story takes place in the summer before the girls get the cure. I was really looking forward to reading this short story. When I finished… Read more »

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Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Review: Delirium by Lauren Oliver

September 24, 2012 Review 2

I read Delirium months ago and still haven’t posted a review. Why you ask? Because it honestly took me this long to put into words how much I love this book without rambling on and on 🙂 Delirium takes place in a future United States where they believe love was… Read more »

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