It was well -written and I did like the characters.
4/5 "A Pocket Full of Dharma" by Paolo Bacigalupi - Great worldbuilding; recognized a lot of elements of the modern China I know in here.
Also liked that the author left it up to us to figure out if the "good guy" is actually "good" or if the "bad guy" is "bad."
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I was excited to get my hands on Diverse Energies. Dystopia is an area of young adult literature that has been flourishing over the past few years... Read more
Many truly depressing futures are showcased in Diverse Energies. From violent wars to exploitation to impossible-to-bridge gaps between the rich and poor…Wait, doesn’t this sound... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ria (Bibliotropic)
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I reached out to Tu Books, because I had heard about what they were doing about diversity in YA... Read more
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The problem with reviewing anthologies is that usually the stories are... Read more
There have been a number of science fiction anthologies released over the last few years, and a good portion of them were on the subject of dystopian worlds. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Alex C. Telander
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