How has dystopian fiction changed over the years?
More and more teen books are delving into dystopic territory, and the Knife of Never Letting Go jumps in head first.
Surely we have our own personal versions of hell?
A fictional novel isn’t a manifesto, contrary to what some authors may believe.
Everyone has to have one, it would be foolish not to.
A novel about non-gay vampires.
Why do animals have such a miniscule role in dystopian fiction?
“Memories were meant to fade, they were designed that way for a reason.”
Bored of plain old crime, horror, romance or science fiction?