Dystopian · Sci-Fi · Young Adult books

The Darkest Minds, Alexandra Bracken

Upcoming movies always intrigue me in the books they’re based on, yet this one has been on my TBR for ages now. And it did not disappoint. A dystopian America where kids under the age of eighteen somehow receive enhanced abilities one day while the other kids die suddenly. After that day the youth are… Continue reading The Darkest Minds, Alexandra Bracken

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Twell & The Rebellion, by Kate O’Leary

Twell takes on a whole new succession of challenges in this second instalment in the Army of Powers series. This book follows directly on from the end of the first which allows us to see her reaction to being matched with Avin, the silver-eyed boy with an incredible charm ability. Though I was hesitant to… Continue reading Twell & The Rebellion, by Kate O’Leary

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Twell & the Army of Powers by Kate O’Leary

Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my review in any way and the thoughts expressed are my own. This sci-fi dystopian follows Twell Anar, an average High School student gifted with telekinetic powers. She lives in Caran on Como,… Continue reading Twell & the Army of Powers by Kate O’Leary

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Ink & Bone, by Rachel Caine

The basic concept of what the world would be like if The Great Library of Alexandria was not destroyed really intrigued me. Set a few decades in the future in this alternate world books are practically gold. We follow Jess Brightwell, a boy raised in the book smuggling life. Working for The Library in any… Continue reading Ink & Bone, by Rachel Caine

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The Divergent Series by Veronic Roth

Tris must find a way to survive in a dystonian world comprised of five faction and keep her secret; she is Divergent, she doesn't fit into just one faction. They will hunt her and try to stop her purely because they cannot control her.