If the Hob still existed, everyone (read: Greasy Sae) would be gossiping about whether or not they can survive Mockingjay being chopped in half for the final two Hunger Games films. Tributes, I have been beyond the fence and can tell you: YOU WILL NOT […]
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Just when you thought you’d tired of postapocalyptic fiction, someone comes along and dazzles you with an intimate portrait of life after the end of the world, and you’re ready to pry open the old Y2K shelter again. Dazzling is […]
It’s no wonder dystopian and postapocalyptic fiction has experienced a renaissance in recent years: it provides escapism on so many levels. There’s nothing like reading a book that makes you feel grateful for the fact that you can take a […]
We get it: you don’t want to start reading another series. You can’t stand the exquisite torture of waiting for the next installment, the unrelieved agony of the closing the cover on the final book, the mad frustration of an […]
When Veronica Roth’s Divergent came out at the height of the Hunger Games–inspired mania for dystopian YA, what made it stand out from the crowd, we think, was its unrelenting action. Tris, Four, and their friends are constantly on the run […]