Book Recommendations – Post-Apocalyptic Stories

I love post-apocalyptic and dystopian stories. I love post-apocalyptic stories because they explore human nature in extreme circumstances – where society’s rules no longer apply and survival is everything. On the other hand, I love dystopian stories because the imagined society where injustice and oppression reign supreme draw attention to a truth in our very own societies.

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[Blog Tour] Fanart: Spell Starter by Elsie Chapman – An Intense and Action-Packed Dystopian-Urban Fantasy about Cost and Family

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Last year, I had the absolute delight of being given an ARC of Caster by Elsie Chapman – an exciting dystopian-fantasy where magic – or ‘casting’ – comes with a cost, and is often at the expense of the magic-caster’s body. I enjoyed Caster, and eagerly anticipated the sequel.

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The Pond’s Most Anticipated Reads of 2019, Part III. – Eight Diverse Books That I’ll Inevitably Love in 2019

TEXT: The Pond's Most Anticipated Reads; eight diverse books that I'll inevitably love in 2019. Image: Xiaolong the pink axolotl, reading a book and sitting inside a book tent and fort, surrounded by books.

Good morning, good afternoon, and good evening friends! Welcome back to the Pond and thank you for being here today.

After delving into the many lists on Goodreads about new releases in 2019, I had planned to write a short and sweet ‘top 8 most anticipated books of 2019’. However, I soon realised that one post detailing my top picks for 2019 was not only inadequate, but also impossible. Today, therefore, is the third post of my week-long event of The Pond’s Most Anticipated Reads of 2019!

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