Filed under Dystopia

Dark Eyes

At first glance, I wasn’t too excited about Dark Eyes, because I didn’t like the cover or the title. But then I read the synopsis, and I COULDN’T WAIT! I love thrillers, especially ones with a hint of mystery and majorly conflicted characters. Dark Eyes by passed every one of my expectations and it’s now … Continue reading

The Survivors

After a volcano explosion changes their country, the Newell family illegally moves to a cabin in the woods, where they must learn to survive the new lifestyle forced upon them. The world is changing around them and is becoming more dangerous every day. The whole family pitches in-but can they do it? Will they have … Continue reading

Under the Never Sky

Aria is perfect. Her genes were carefully selected, and she lives in a simulated world inside a giant, germ-free, problem- free bubble. (Literally!) Then she is thrown out of her perfect world into a region known as “The Death Shop”, wrecked with cannibals and deadly Aether storms after a scandal with the ruler of her … Continue reading

Under the Never Sky

Veronica Rossi did an amazing job with Under the Never Sky. It was the kind of book that you couldn’t put down, and didn’t want to put down. A dystopian book that was a major hit with me! Veronica did a great job with keeping the reader entertained. She kept us focus and intent on the … Continue reading

Fever

Fever was the much anticipated sequel to Wither by Lauren DeStefano. I think I prefer the cover of Wither to Fever simply because the girl on the cover of Fever looks a bit less unproffessional as the girl does on Wither. However, I still think that The Chemical Garden Trilogy has gorgeous, enticing covers overall. … Continue reading

Wither

First of all, I just want to say that I think the cover of this book is gorgeous! I love the lines that lead from the circles, and the dress is so ruffly and extravagant! I just love it! So cover = 2 thumbs up! However, the Fever (Chemical Garden Trilogy #2) cover, I don’t … Continue reading

Ashes

This book starts out with a bang. Literally and figuratively. Never a dull moment. The action starts right off, and the rest of the story is just as nicely paced. Not too fast, not to slow with the plot steadily moving and flowing. Ashes would be best for Teen and Young Adult lovers of Action-packed … Continue reading

Divergent

This is, without a doubt, one of my all time favorite books. Even more impressive is the fact that this is a first book for a new author. I’m very impressed, and cannot wait for the rest of the series. I have read this book several times over, and I like it more every time. … Continue reading

Dark Inside

The world is ending. It started with the earthquakes. There were a lot of quakes all around the world rating at 9.5 on the  Richter scale. The scale goes from one to ten. After the earthquakes, people start to change, they start going crazy and  killing everyone. No one knows what’s going on, but you … Continue reading

Cinder

A dystopian twist on Cinderella, this story is anything but your classic fairy tale. Linh Cinder, an adopted cyborg, doesn’t seem to fit in anywhere; not among the populace, who deem cyborgs as second rate citizens, or at home where she is treated like a slave by her stepmother. Living the life of a mechanic, … Continue reading