Genre: Dystopia


Unleashed by Sophie Jordan

Unleashed was such an incredibly disappointing follow up to Univited. The first book was easily one of my favorite books of 2014, but I almost DNFed this one. I had to leave it and come back and then I was only listening for the sake of knowing what would happen,… Read more »

Allegiant by Veronica Roth

I’ve been doing really good about writing reviews as soon as I finish a book – but with Allegiant I couldn’t. I didn’t know what I thought. I’m finally wrote this review as I sat awake at 4am waiting to take Buffy to the vet as soon as they open… Read more »

The Heir by Kiera Cass

I don’t LOVE Eadlyn like I did America quite yet, but I think she’s going to grow into someone I love as much, if not more. I knew by the end of The Selection that I loved Prince Maxon for America, but at by the end of The Heir I’m… Read more »

The Winner’s Curse by Marie Rutkoski

I SERIOUSLY underestimated The Winner’s Curse. The cover and blurb are, much like the story itself, full of deceptions and little tricks. I only saw them AFTER finishing The Winner’s Curse, when I looked at them again thinking, “This isn’t the story that they made me think it would be.”… Read more »

Divergent by Veronica Roth

I expected to like Divergent more than I did, especially since I seem to be on a YA Dystopian kick lately. It was pretty good, but didn’t blow me away. The truly weak point in Divergent – for me – was the romance. I don’t know if I was just… Read more »

The One by Kiera Cass

Note: This review will have some spoilers for those who haven’t read the first two books in the series. I’m sitting here trying to live up to my promise to myself that I would write reviews as soon as I finish a book, but I’m struggling to piece all my… Read more »

The Elite by Kiera Cass

Note: This review will have some minor spoilers for those who haven’t read the first book in the series, The Selection. Reading The Elite reminds me of why I’ve never been interested in watching The Bachelorette. It reminds me of why The Hunger Games made me swear off love triangles… Read more »