Nicholas Morine reviewed Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood: 'Bound tightly together by a cast of intelligently written characters led by an empathetic and tragic protagonist, Atwood's intrepid and touching story stands shoulder to shoulder with literary giants within the canon of dystopic literature."
Lizzy of Cornucopia of Reviews reviewed The Line by Teri Hall: "The Line was an intriguing, and suspenseful book focusing on the dystopian society that was once the U.S. (the Unified States). After winning a nuclear war, borders aren't to be crossed, and the government bears down on citizens by enforcing harsh laws."Lenore of Presenting Lenore reviewed The Resistance by Gemma Malley: "What can I say, if you liked the Hunger Games then I am sure you will like this one too. Anyone can read and and enjoy it. And it sure has some suspense, and the secrets, oh the secrets. For fans of dystopian like fiction, read this."
Dystopian news and articles:
BIG NEWS: Will there be an Uglies series movie? Read the full article here.
Two big book covers were revealed this week. One for Zombies vs. Unicorns and the other for the third Hunger Games book:
While you're at it go to that Zombies vs. Unicorn site and vote for zombies!
Lauren Oliver announced the title of her second book "a dystopian Romeo-and-Juliet story."
Carrie Ryan blogged about how to get autographed copies of her book The Dead Tossed Waves:
Lenore is giving away The Knife of Never Letting Go and The Ask and the Answer by Patrick Ness.