Genre: Post Apocalyptic
The Last Place is the fast-paced, intense, and thrilling conclusion to a spellbinding trilogy. Michael Adams has achieved what few authors can – a thoughtful and enthralling exploration of humanity and the human psyche in the face of an apocalyptic disaster.
It’s hard to believe that The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf is a début novel. It’s rich prose, brilliantly imagined world, and nuanced characters are sure to impress a wide ranging audience.
I feel horrible because this is a brilliant series that examines a lot of issues that YA usually shies away from, and I have looked forward to it. I don’t have the time to re-read Ashes and Shadows and I’m not enjoying Monsters, so I’ll be leaving Alex and the gang at page 100.
At first glance Countdown looks and sounds too similar to The Hunger Games. But I was pleasantly surprised that the two are can be easily separated (the dystopian and kill-people-for-an-audience elements aside).
I’ve loved every moment of my time with Aria and Perry, discovering their exotic world, getting to know them and their loved ones, and seeing them grow into the wonderful people they become in this book. It’s with some sadness that I say goodbye to them.
An interesting blend of post-apocalyptic and fantasy elements, this book kicks off what is undoubtedly going to be an exciting series about a young girl who wakes up after the end of the world puts in her in a coma.
Picking up immediately after the end of Monument 14, Sky on Fire is told in alternating points of view and finally shows us what’s going on outside the Greenway store while keeping us in contact with those inside it.
Oh Jake. Such a selfish boy! I thought being inside his head would give me a reason to like him, but this novella just showed me how right I was in disliking him.
A short but poignant story that throws light on the chemicals that have destroyed entire cities in the Monument 14 series.
The bittersweet conclusion to the Pure trilogy by Julianna Baggott, Burn pushes our beloved cast of characters to their absolute limit. At times heartwarming and others heartbreaking, this book will pull at your heartstrings. We left Pressia, Bradwell, El Capitan and Helmund in a mysterious compound in Fuse, and in…