dystopian fiction

Black cover with cyborg foot

Cinder

Marissa Meyer
4
Rated by
Megan K.
Monday, Jul 1, 2019

Cyborg Cinderella, android friends and an evil space queen? I was hesitant to read this book because I do not enjoy the original Cinderella story. However, after having Cinder on my list for years, I finally downloaded the audio version narrated by Rebecca Soler and became entranced. While some plot points are a bit predictable, this futuristic-steampunky twist on the Cinderella story we all know is fantastic. As a character, Cinder is humorous and resourceful despite dealing with her awful stepmother and stepsister.

White text on blue water background

The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe

Ally Condie
4
Rated by
Anne G
Tuesday, May 28, 2019

"Some people always burn." - Ally Condie, The Last Voyage of Poe Blythe

Poe Blythe is the seventeen-year-old captain of the last mining ship from the Outpost. In this dystopian fiction, she wants far more than the gold they tear from the Serpentine River. She is looking for revenge, and she is going to use her steampunk-ship to do. Poe has vowed vengeance on the river raiders who robbed her of everything two years ago. This woman of steel navigates the treacherous waters of the Serpentine. As she does so, she realizes there might be a traitor among her crew.

Tittle in red letters over a teenage girl behind barbed wire wearing a hat with the word Resist

Internment

Samira Ahmed
4
Rated by
Anne G
Friday, May 24, 2019

“Rebellions are built on hope" - Samira Ahmed, Internment

The military of this dystopian futuristic United States forces Layla Ahmed into an internment camp. This internment camp is for Muslim American citizens, and the issues brought up due to intolerance are horrific. Layla begins her journey to fight for freedom, raising her voice whenever she can.