Category: Dystopian Fiction.

Book Review: The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed

Book Review: The Annual Migration of Clouds by Premee Mohamed

Lots of bloggers participate in Novellas for November, which is basically just an annual campaign to read more novellas this month. It’s a worthy cause because so many novellas are overlooked simply because they aren’t considered serious enough with their...
Book Review: Crosshairs by Catherine Hernandez

Book Review: Crosshairs by Catherine Hernandez

Crosshairs by Catherine Hernandez is about a dystopian society in which people of colour, and LGTBQ2S folks are referred to as ‘Others’ and placed in concentration camps. But what readers may find even more shocking than this terrifying premise is the fact...
Book Review: Watershed by Doreen Vanderstoop

Book Review: Watershed by Doreen Vanderstoop

I’ve got another work of climate fiction for you; a genre based on some of our worst anxieties based on what the world may look like as we continue our climb into warmer temperatures. What’s different about Watershed by Doreen Vanderstoop is that it takes...
Book Review: Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy

Book Review: Migrations by Charlotte McConaghy

A new genre is emerging in books, and it’s called ‘climate fiction’. Typically dystopian (because how could it NOT be?) it describes a future in which the environmental impacts of global warming are no longer escapable by anyone, and life as we now...
Book Review: Blue Ticket by Sophie Mackintosh

Book Review: Blue Ticket by Sophie Mackintosh

Motherhood is such a hot topic in fiction these days, and why shouldn’t it be? There are lots of feelings and events to muddle through in this time of life, and like parenting in general, the capacity and opportunity for trauma is endless (LOL). One aspect that...
Book Review: Songs for the End of the World by Saleema Nawaz

Book Review: Songs for the End of the World by Saleema Nawaz

Living smack dab in the middle of a global pandemic seems like the PERFECT time to read a novel about a global pandemic right? Ok maybe not, and for those who are suffering from anxiety over our current situation, you may not want to reach for a book about a virus...