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Category: Science Fiction

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Divergent

Tris lives in a world where war is no more. The citizens have been divided into factions dependent on what they thought caused the wars in the first place. They are Abnegation, Dauntless, Amity, Candor and Erudite. I will warn you now, I’m going to…

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Cinder

A futuristic retelling of Cinderella’s story, Cinder is a cyborg, forced to use her mechanic skills to make money for her adoptive family. Everyone that knows she is no longer completely human looks down on her, she has no freedom and few friends. A chance…

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Ashfall

When Alex convinces his parents to leave him alone for a weekend, little does he know that the world is about to change. Something crashes through the roof of his house, setting it on fire and soon the whole neighbourhood sounds like it is under…

Science Fiction

Deadline

It starts in the same way as Feed, with someone poking a zombie with a stick but soon departs in a different direction. If you haven’t read Feed yet, then this review will contain spoilers for the first book in the trilogy. The narration moves…

Science Fiction

Ready Player One

In a not too distant future, the economy has crumbled, energy is hard to come by and earth’s population is living on top of each other in the cities. Literally. Wade lives in a trailer park where the homes are stacked on top of each…

Science Fiction

The Final Evolution

The Final Evolution is the fifth book in the Avery Cates sci-fi series by Jeff Somers. I will disclose the fact that I haven’t read the first four books and therefore my review is not from the point of view of someone following the series….

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Delirium

Delirium is set in a dystopian world where love has been cured in everyone over the age of eighteen. In essence, it’s a story about first love and love that endures against all odds. Whilst I enjoyed Lauren Oliver’s writing style, I felt the book…