This week topic is
Top Ten Favorite Dystopian Authors
I love this week's subject! It's a good way to get to know new books and authors. I chose one of my favorite genres: dystopia. These authors write awesome books with amazing background ideas. That's what I love most about this genre: the idea behind the story. I've listed ten authors with the series I've read or am reading.
In this series every person has a chip in their head that controls their emotions. When you do experience emotions you 'glitch'.
An amazing series and I especially love her writing style!
Amy Kathleen Ryan
This series takes place in space, how awesome! Sometimes it Glow gave me a headache, because I was thinking to hard about the different time places in space. Definitely a recommendation.
Juliette hasn't touched anyone in 264 days. Her touch is lethal and people want to use her gift.
The most amazing thing about this series is Tahereh Mafi's writing style. Only for that you should read it.
Well, I think everyone knows what this series is about. I thought the first book was the best, but the entire series is amazing.
Books: Under the Never Sky, Roar and Liv (coming October 30th), Through the Ever Night (coming 2013), Into the Still Blue (coming 2014)
Most people live in the Reverie, but when Aria's mother goes missing she ends up in the wild, where she meets Perry. I love stories where the mc is living in a save and perfect world, but she discovers it isn't. And then the rebelling starts!
I really had to get used to the zombies, and especially to the human falls in love with zombie thing. But you want to give this one a shot! It's amazing.
Love is disease and people are treated for it. I can't imagine a life without love, but it's so beautiful to see it from a different perspective.
When kids turn sixteen they get an operation to make them pretty. It's like with the love thing: very interesting to read this from a certain point of view. Tally learns how people can be pretty in a different way than just looks.
A society where the government controls everything and everyone. It's common in dystopia. People in this society get picked everything for them: food, work, the person they marry. They make a mistake and that's what sets Cassia thinking.
The society is divided in five factions. When kids turn sixteen (the magical age in dysoptian novels) they chose their faction. It's normal to choose your parents's faction, but Tris has a different plan.
Leave me the link to your TTT, I love to meet new authors and books!