Why I Still Love Dystopians + A Dystopian Review (!!)

Confession time. I still love dystopian books.

I made that sound so dramatic, but for some reason I feel like dystopian books are so underrated these days. These days meaning in 2018. I mean, I can’t think of a dystopian book that I’ve heard people talking about that was published recently. And that makes me sad, because the thing is, I love dystopian.

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Today I’m going to be sharing reasons I’m still obsessed with dystopian novels (even though the glory days of The Hunger Games are mostly over *tear*) and also be doing a very exciting review of a dystopian short story I was given the opportunity to read recently. I’m excited, so let’s jump right in!Read More »

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Thoughts on Dystopian Books

Looking at my bookshelf and lists of books I have read in the past, I realized that a lot of them are dystopian. This post is really late, because all of these books have been out for a while, but I thought it’d be interesting to write about my opinion on dystopian books. 🙂

First of all, I have to answer the question, what is dystopian? Before writing this, I knew the meaning, but if you asked for a definition I couldn’t give you an exact one. After Googling it (because Google is the best 😉 ) I decided I like the Merriam-Webster definition best.

Dystopia: an imaginary place where people lead dehumanized and often fearful lives.

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