Review: The Outlands by Tyler Edwards | Found Family and a Resonant MC Personal Voice packed into a Dystopia

Hello friends! I’m yet again breaking my hiatus to bring to you a review of this short dystopia that I enjoyed :”). Life’s been truly hectic and demanding this season, give me time to get back to comments and posts, but do let me know how you all are doing okay!

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Double Review: The Sixth Gate by K.T. Munson & A Touch of Death by Rebecca Crunden

Hello everyone! I’m temporarily back from ghosting the blogosphere to share with you about these two books. I’ve evidently been busy and hope to stick to a schedule + read all your posts soon, thank you for sticking around! For now, I’m trying a different, more relaxed, bullet-point format with today’s reviews that I’ve seen many bloggers adopt, do let me know how it goes. 🤗

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Review: Divergent by Veronica Roth | Nah, Hunger Games Supremacy Forever, How is this a Comparable Title?

I LOVED The Hunger Games. It was one of those books that roped me into the YA genre and one that has shaped my reading life a lot! And everyone has been squawking: “Oh Divergent is the new Hunger Games!”, “You enjoyed The Hunger Games then read Divergent!” etc.

And so because I just needed more Hunger Games goodness (err that isn’t an appropriate word for killing children but you know what I mean), I picked up Divergent with sky-high expectations. I mean, I could see the obvious similarities of districts & factions and all but I think that is where the similarities ended. I was really disappointed. (who is surprised now, ugh hyped books)

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