Best Books of 2014: Dystopian/Sci-fi

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

As the year comes to a close, it becomes clear that there have been so many amazing reads I've picked up in 2014. To celebrate some of my favourite books, in this feature I'll be sharing my best picks from various genres. Today I'll be sharing some sci-fi/dystopian novels that I loved - and shaking things up by using some gifs to try and explain them.

The Books:

The Gifs:

Doomed by Tracy Deebs

From one computer virus...

All seems lost....

Until someone comes up with this idea...

Never Fade & In The Afterlight by Alexandra Bracken

Ruby wants some independence...

There's some of this going on between her and Liam...

And basically to sum it up...

Reboot & Rebel by Amy Tintera

At first it may seem that Wren doesn't really have a heart...

But then she has to start training Callum...

And so - with his help, they decide to change some things around...

Spark by Rachael Craw

Evie discovers that her DNA is...different to a 'normal' person's...

An then there's JAMIE.

All I have left to say is read it:

These Broken Stars by Amie Kaufman & Meagan Spooner

It was meant to be like this...

Yet after crashing on another planet comes the realisation...

The point is, it's a pretty epic story. It's stellar.

Disruption & Corruption by Jessica Shirvington

Gus and Maggie have the best witty banter...

With Quentin and Maggie: they're a power couple.

And by the end of it all, you're left feeling...

A Thousand Pieces of You by Claudia Gray

At the beginning it may just seem like a novel that looks at the multiverse concept...

But then we get a hint of historic Russian glamour

And there's a romance with a twist

What have been some of your favourites?


    I have to say, omg I am so excited to finally read Corruption because OMG DISRUPTION WAS SO INTENSE!!!
    I loved watching all these books come out. LOOK HOW AWESOME ALL THEIR COVERS ARE!!!
    Merry Christmas Eugenia!!!

    1. YAY! I hope you love both of them Renee! Disruption was definitely intense, but wait till you see what happens in Corruption - everything kicks up a notch. Merry Christmas to you too :)

  2. This was amazing, Eugenia - I loved the GIFs. I've only read five of these, but your gifs were totally on point. I really need to get around to Disruption, I bought it the week it came out and everything but I keep putting it off :( I hope you had a lovely Christmas!

    x Ely

    1. Thanks Ely! Hope you get to Disruption soon - I absolutely loved it and the sequel :) Thanks for stopping by x

  3. Haha, loved the gifs for Doomed! Spot on, Eugenia :)

    I want read A Thousand Pieces of You so badly! Everyone has great things to say about it -- and BESIDES, there's that gorgeous cover thrown into the deal, right!?

    ~ Nirvana

    1. Thank you! Yes, A Thousand Pieces of You is definitely worth reading - not only is the cover amazing, but the story certainly is too :)


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