Every Disney castle from Snow White to Frozen.
you forgot stitch’s sand castle
Congratulations to the 2014 Printz Award winners!!!!! (For those who don’t know, the Printz Award is like the Oscars of YA literature.)
Whenever anyone tells you that YA books lack quality or diversity, read some Printz winners. They show that YA fiction is broad and deep and wonderful.
Rich people, poor people, all got dreams
Dreams do come true in New Orleans
2014 Book Genre Challenge - February, Dystopia
Dystopian fiction (sometimes referred to as apocalyptic literature) usually entails the creation of an utterly horrible or degraded society that is generally headed to an irreversible oblivion, or dystopia through means of deprivation, oppression, or terror
These are some of my favorite dystopian novels in order of last name of author. The ones above are also listed. Star (*) indicates the novel belongs to a series. Genre Challenge
Ann, Aguirre - Enclave* || Bracken, Alexandra - These Darkest Minds* || Cass, Kiera - The Selection*|| Collins, Suzanne - The Hunger Games* || Condie, Ally - Matched* || Dashner, James - The Maze Runner*
Estes, David - The Moon Dwellers* || Kincaid, SJ - Insignia* || Lu, Marie - Legend* || Mafi, Tahereh - Shatter Me* ||McCarthy, Cormac - The Road || Meyer, Marissa - Cinder* || Ness, Patrick - The Knife of Never Letting Go* || Orwell, George - 1984 || Peterfreund, Diane - For Darkness Shows the Stars
Revis, Beth - Across the Universe* || Rossi, Veronica - Under the Never Sky* || Roth, Veronica - Divergent* || Shusterman, Neil - Unwind* || Simmons, Kristen - Article 5* || Snyder, Maria V. - Inside Out* || Wells, Dan - Partials* || Westerfeld, Scott - Uglies* || Yancey, Rick - The 5th Wave* || Young, Moira - Blood Red Road*
Lists with More Dystopia