AKA Post Apocalyptic, which happens to be one of my favorite Genre’s. I know! Surprising right! Here are some that stood out to me, in no particular order: The Road The movie will make you think. It’s post apocalyptic after a nuclear winter. It will hit you right in the …
37 YA Books You Need To Add To Your Reading List Six weeks after angels descend to Earth to bring about the apocalypse, a young girl is whisked away by one of the worst. In an effort to save her, 17-year-old Penryn — the girl’s sister — makes a deal with a broken, outcast angel, and the two rely on each other as they venture to the heart of the chaos.
The Passage by Justin Cronin. An excellently-crafted modern day dystopian thriller with viruses, government conspiracies, and vampire/zombie-like creatures. Creative and well written. Click through for full review. Via Diamonds in the Library.
I consider this to be King's best literary work. I also consider it to be one of the best pieces of literature in the 20th C. It has nearly all literary motifs, and heavy in symbolism. A good read, and a good study in lit!
Paradigm by Ceri A Lowe. 4 stars. so well done in the "how did we get here in dystopian apocalypse" & told via two main characters Alice (survivor of the apocalypse) and Carter (resident of world 87 years on). first in a series. dystopian, science fiction, scifi, young adult, ya, books, novels, fiction, books read in 2014, netgalley, e-galley