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What Should I Read Next?: 50 Dystopian Books for Teens Paperback – June 20, 2013
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About the Author
Kim Trujillo is happily married and has two teenage children, a son and a daughter. She has been a teacher for twenty years and currently teaches English language arts to seventh graders in a small town in Arkansas. She leads the ladies’ class at her church on Sundays as well. She is an avid reader and verges on being addicted to reading. She carries a book or her Kindle with her to all school functions and local fast food restaurants. This is Kim’s second book. Her first book, A Closer Talk with God: Scriptural Prayers for Women, is part prayer book and part memoir and can be purchased at Amazon.com.
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One pet peeve I have about this book is that it gives pages of publication data for books that are not published. This is encyclopedic in nature in a book that is not otherwise encyclopedic, but, more appropriately, personal. Trujillo could just say, "Book Three of this series, entitled -Teenagers Suffer-, has been announced for Spring 2015" and not waste a page repeating the publisher and other matters, which she has already given for the other books.
The other thing I liked is that even though I like reading dystopian, I even enjoy reading about dystopian, so it was worth it even on an entertainment level. I'd love to see a new installment of even more dystopian novels because there are a lot more than were not covered and I'd like to see the author's take on them. It would even be fun if she had a section of self-published dystopian novels that were worth reading.