Dystopia 2014 Reviews

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If you’re participating in the Dystopia Challenge and want to share your reviews you can do so on this page using the Mr Linky widget. Or, if you don’t have a blog you’re welcome to update everyone in the comments.

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26 thoughts on “Dystopia 2014 Reviews

    • Hi Johanna, I haven’t read A Million Suns, but I read the first in the series and I classify that as dystopian so I don’t see why the sequel wouldn’t be. Is it in the same vein as Across the Universe?

    • Thank you so much for bringing that to my attention Bev! I must have accidentally switched the links when I cleaned up the pages. Clever.
      Anyway, the Off the Shelf links are sorted now. Sorry about that.

  1. For those who are looking for a new dystopic series, Alex Adams’ White Horse is quite a gripping story.

  2. I’ve finished Kate Wilhelm’s Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang and posted about it here; it’s still creepy, nearly 40 years later. I’ve read two others towards this challenge, too, but I haven’t posted my thoughts on them yet. So I think I”ll make my commitment to being Asocial, but I really really wanted to make Contagion! Off to read the other reviews now!

    • You’ve still done well reaching Asocial and going beyond it. Thanks for letting us know about Where Late the Sweet Birds Sang and White Horse too. They both sound like interesting reads.

  3. My linky is to my March review for 6 books in a series, but only 2 of the books within the series can actually be considered Dystopian. Hope that is okay. I really didn’t want to do separate reviews for each of those books when they are meant to be read together :-)

  4. So far so good everybody, well done! Thanks for sharing your wonderful reviews, it’s good to see everyone getting into their reads and sharing their thoughts.

  5. I just finished my first book for the dystopia challenge, Delirium by Lauren Oliver. It was awesome! If you are into ya books and love dystopian novels this is a great read!

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