Tag Archive: Dystopia

Athena – Marta Söderberg

A few years ago the author Marta Söderberg wrote the book Ramona which I very much enjoyed so I was looking foward to this new one called Athena. While Ramona was set in… Continue reading

Only ever yours – Louise O´Neill

  A woman can have three roles; a wife, a whore or a teacher. If you are one of the lucky ones who gets chosen to be a wife your purpose is clear,… Continue reading

Ignite me by Tahereh Mafi

This is the end. The third and final book of the Shatter me-series by Tahereh Mafi. I adore Tahereh, she is a joy both on internet and in real life (I had the… Continue reading

The 5th Wave – Rick Yancey

When the alien invasion comes it does so with one catastrophe after another. We enter the story four months after the space ship arrived and in those months the vast majority of humanity… Continue reading

The Immortal Rules – Julie Kagawa

Julie Kagawa is the author of The Iron Fey books. This new series which starts with The Immortal Rules is darker and I love it! Vampires have always existed, it wasn´t until most… Continue reading

Gameboard of the Gods – Richelle Mead

This is the first book in Richelle Meads “Age of X” series. Richelle is mostly known for her YA series The Vampire Academy but has also written The Bloodline books and the steamier… Continue reading

Requiem by Lauren Oliver

I hate reading the last book in a series. This is the second time it happens this year and I´m bummed about it because in both cases I really loved the series. But… Continue reading

Unravel me – Tahereh Mafi

It´s been a few days since I read this. I needed the time to calm down, take a breath, compose my thoughts. Otherwise the review would just be a lot of shouty caps.… Continue reading

Reached by Ally Condie

Reached is the third and final book in the trilogy by Ally Condie. The plot is this: Cassia, Xander and Ky are separated, all helping the Rising in their own way. Xander is… Continue reading

Rebel Heart by Moira Young

This is the second book in the Dust Lands series by Moira Young. Now, I really liked the first book. It was exciting, had a heart and believable characters. The main one, Saba, was… Continue reading