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Nonfiction, Fall 2011
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Dystopian novels may be the most popular speculative fiction now. In fact, they may be the most popular of any genre.
Learn more about dystopian novels . . .
Rhiannon Hart on YA Dystopias
Why they are so popular . . .
The Worst Is Yet to Come: Dystopian Novels Are Grim, Humorless, and Hopeless -- And Incredibly Appealing to Today's Teens
Philip Reeve reviews some of the most popular dystopian novels . . .
Lenore Applehans dedicates her blog to dystopian novel reviews several times a year.
Sources of Speculative Fiction -- Note that I've identified YA titles.
The Book Smugglers
-- Reviews of the those titles that fit in the center of the Venn diagram of speculative fiction and Young Adult lit.
The 15 Best Speculative Fiction Titles of 2010
-- Only official YA title included is Suzanne Collins' extraordinarily popular Hunger Games' finale, Mockinjay. It's compared to the ultimate speculative fiction coming-of-age series, Orson Scott Card's Ender's Game.
-- Neverending Speculative Fiction Stories
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