Tag Archives: dystopia

[review] Pure by Julianna Baggott

The Detonations destroyed the world and humanity as we know it. Now the survivors cling to life, mutated and constantly in danger from those who lost their humanity in the Detonations. Pressia is one of the survivors, and with her … Continue reading

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[review] The Darkest Minds by Alexandra Bracken

When a mysterious disease kills off the majority of children between the ages 10 and 14, ten-year-old Ruby discovers that the dead are the lucky ones because the ones who survive come away with powers. Powers that frighten the adults … Continue reading

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[review] Unravel Me by Tahereh Mafi

Warning: Possible spoilers for Shatter Me. Juliette thought that the worse was behind her. Safe within the compound of revolutionaries with powers like her and a boyfriend who could safely touch her, she thought she had found somewhere she could … Continue reading

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