Reviews by Tag: futuristic

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Legend by Marie Lu

Legend

By Marie Lu
5
Rated by
Sophie G.
Jun 15, 2022

Legend by Marie Lu is about a futuristic version of Los Angeles, ruled by the Republic of America. June is a strategic prodigy and is being raised to thrive in this Republic after she gets full marks on the Trial, a test to determine someone’s place in society. Day is an infamous criminal who has to steal medicine to protect his brother from the Plague, which has been ravaging poor sections of the Republic. When he accidentally kills June’s brother in the process, he has to outwit and escape June.

Teen Review
Legend by Marie Lu

Legend

By Marie Lu
4
Rated by
A_Gascich
May 3, 2022

Legend by Marie Lu is the first book in the Legend series. Set in a dystopian future United States, Legend is told from two points of view: June, a government prodigy and Day, an infamous criminal. After Day supposedly kills June’s brother, she sets out to hunt him down. When their paths cross, June’s loyalties are called into question as she discovers Day may not be as bad as her superiors say.

Teen Review
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

Brave New World

By Aldous Huxley
4
Rated by
Taylor E.
Mar 29, 2022

Brave New World by Aldous Huxley is a futuristic dystopian novel. The World State is inhabited by genetically modified humans and runs on an intelligence-based social hierarchy. Bernard Marx doesn’t fit in with the rest of the World State’s population, so when he visits “the Savage Reservation” and sees the opportunity, he returns home with two imperfect individuals to gain attention. I felt sorry for Linda; there was no way she would have ever been accepted by the world in which she grew up.

Teen Review
Taken by Edward Bloor

Taken

By Edward Bloor
2
Rated by
Anonymous
Mar 11, 2022

Taken by Edward Bloor is a mystery/fantasy novel that explores the idea of what the future will be like. It's the year 2030 and kidnapping is one of the most lucrative industries. Charity Meyers, a daughter of a rich family, the prime target for kidnapping, was taken from her family. Following standard procedure, she keeps calm and waits for her parents to pay the ransom. When things don’t go as planned, Charity finds herself in the center of a larger scheme.

Teen Review
The Thousandth Floor by Katharine McGee

The Thousandth Floor

By Katharine McGee
4
Rated by
Sanyuri P.
Jul 29, 2021

The Thousandth Floor is a futuristic fantasy, set in Manhattan, New York in 2118. The world has evolved drastically, with mind-controlled objects and more. The first edition to this trilogy has me intrigued and I can't wait to read the next book. I love the way each chapter is told by a different character and how everyone is connected at the end. The plot is very well-thought and detailed. I recommend this book if you like suspense and are a fan of fantasy.

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