Tag Archives: dystopian

Letter Essay #4- Sarah Allen (book:1984)

Big Brother is watching you. 12/29/17 I recently read the novel 1984– the 328 page long dystopian horror novel by George Orwell, the author of Animal Farm, Down and Out in Paris and London, Burmese Days, A Clergyman’s Daughter, Keep the Aspidistra Flying, Coming Up for Air, Homage to Catalonia (autobiography), and several essays, most … Continue reading Letter Essay #4- Sarah Allen (book:1984)

Letter Essay #3 Elizabeth Adriani

Dear Book Lovers, Recently, I finished reading the book Gathering Blue, a 241 page dystopian young adult fiction novel of the quartet The Giver, written by the famous author, Lois Lowry. As a young girl, she was shy and decided at ages 8 and 9 that she would be a writer. Because her father was … Continue reading Letter Essay #3 Elizabeth Adriani

Tabitha’s Letter Essay: Blood Red Road

Dear Classmates, The book I am writing about is titled, Blood Red Road. This novel is by Moira Young. Blood Red Road is 459 pages, and is part of the Dust Lands Series. Young is originally from Canada, but now lives in the United Kingdom, Blood Red Road is her first novel. The writer of … Continue reading Tabitha’s Letter Essay: Blood Red Road

Rebecca’s Letter Essay: Matched

I recently read matched by Ally Condie. Ally Condie is an american writer of young adult fiction. She has wrote so many books including Reached, Crossed and Atlantia. She is is the process of writing another book called Summerlost and it is coming on March 29th of this year. I chose this book because we … Continue reading Rebecca’s Letter Essay: Matched

Hanna’s Letter Essay 4: UnWholly

I just finished reading UnWholly a 402 page dystopian novel by Neal Shusterman. Neal Shusterman is most know for the Skinjacker Trilogy, which this is the second book in. He grew up in Brooklyn and started writing at an early age. Neal has written a few screenplays and a few T.V  shows. His books have … Continue reading Hanna’s Letter Essay 4: UnWholly