Genre: Dystopian

Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

Posted June 26, 2014 by Brin in Reviews / 1 Comment
Tabula Rasa by Kristen Lippert-Martin

Tabula Rasa is the debut novel from Kristen Lippert-Martin, an exciting science fiction/dystopian tale described as a cross between The Bourne Identity and Divergent. This description certainly caught my attention and I was really excited to read this. Was it a flawless read? No. Did it deliver on its promises? Not entirely. Still, I thought it was a strong debut and I am definitely interested in reading the next entry in what looks […]

Unbreakable by Elizabeth Norris

Posted August 10, 2013 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Unbreakable by Elizabeth Norris

Wow. Unbreakable pulls you in from the very first word and doesn’t let go until the nail-biting ending. I really liked Unravelling but Unbreakable was even more enjoyable for me. The book picks up about four months after the devastating conclusion of Unravelling. After the cataclysmic events of the first book, Janelle is trying to pick up the pieces in a world that has gone to chaos. Still reeling after losing her father and best friend, Janelle […]

Yesterday by C.K. Kelly Martin

Posted August 6, 2013 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Yesterday by C.K. Kelly Martin

Yesterday by C. K. Kelly Martin was a slightly disappointing read for me. I have heard really good things about this author but I was not overly wowed by this book, though the writing was good and I would still consider checking out her other works. I really liked the idea behind this story but the execution of it fell little flat for me and I found the story to […]

Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris

Posted August 6, 2013 by Brin in Reviews / 0 Comments
Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris

I don’t know exactly what I was expecting from Unravelling by Elizabeth Norris but what I ended up getting was a all-out action packed, science-fiction thriller with a little bit of romance chucked in for good measure. I loved it but did feel like I was being bombarded with too many genres and, although my nerdy self loved a lot of the references to pop culture, it did at times […]