Tag: dystopian

PAGE TURNING: Craig DiLouie‎’s The Children of Red Peak

The survivors of a doomsday cult’s horrific last days reunite to confront their past and the entity that appeared on the final night. Craig DiLouie’s The Children of Red Peak examines belief, madness,...

Sheila’s Book Review: The Undoing: Book 1 of the Undoing Trilogy by Desserae Shepston

The Undoing: Book 1 of the Undoing Trilogy by Desserae Shepston 4.5 stars out of 5 If you like Divergent, this could be right up your ally. It’s the same vibe, but not the...

A Sneak Peek and Interview with Kassandra Montag Author of AFTER THE FLOOD

An unforgettable, inventive, and riveting debut, AFTER THE FLOOD (William Morrow, hardcover, on sale September 3, 2019) explores a global narrative of a changed natural environment alongside an intensely personal story of...

SNEAK PEEK: Bloodlines by Rivka Spicer

Bloodlines by Rivka Spicer In the years after a virus wiped out most of the population, humanity was teetering on the brink of extinction and the new governing body enforced a law for...

BOOK TRAILER: Three by Kristen Simmons

The thrilling conclusion to Kristen Simmons’s post-apocalyptic YA trilogy (Article 5, Breaking Point), set in a future American in which the Bill-of-Rights has been replaced by the Moral Statutes, and young Ember...

Scorched by Mari Mancusi Book Trailer

http://youtube.com/watch?v=B66s6lxoQ_Q An ordinary Texan teen. A dragon with devastating power. Together they can save the future…or destroy it. Sixteen-year-old Trinity is sure her grandfather’s “dragon egg” is a hoax, but the government agents...

Drought by Pam Bachorz Ruby Book Trailer

Ruby dreams of love and escaping the Congregation. But if Ruby leaves, the Congregation will die without the secret ingredient to the Water, her blood. So she stays, and prays to their...

The Unidentified Book by Rae Mariz

Kid goes to school at the Game, a mall converted into a school run by corporate sponsors who exploit the students for market research. Intrigued by a rebellious prank, Kid follows clues...
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Poetry Collection by Amanda Gorman Poet at Today’s Presidential Inauguration

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