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Dystopian

Book vs Movie: The Hunger Games Trilogy

I read The Hunger Games trilogy by Suzanne Collins for the first time back in 2017 (yeah, I lived under a rock back then) and watched the entire movie series afterwards, and because they were so popular and such major… Read More ›

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The Bear by Andrew Krivak

Thank you to Bellvue Literary PressĀ and NetGalley for providing an eARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: death, grief, hunting. Goodreads Rating: 5 Stars Review: The Bear completely captivated me from… Read More ›

Obscura by Joe Hart

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: illness, kidnapping, drug usage, murder, death. Goodreads Rating: 5 Stars Review: I received this ARC from a friend who received two copies as she knows how much I enjoy dystopian literature,… Read More ›

Vox by Christina Dalcher

This eARC was provided through NetGalley from Berkley Publishing Group in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: government control over women rights, feminism, violence, death. Goodreads Rating: 5 Stars Review: This novel… Read More ›

Red Clocks by Leni Zumas

Trigger Warning: This novel and review discuss the following: abortion, government control over women rights, feminism. Goodreads Rating: 2 Stars Review: Sadly, I’ve decided to DNF this one. I was really, really excited to read Red Clocks. The hype on… Read More ›

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