Why hello there my friends! It’s been a while, hasn’t it? I did say in my last post that I was taking a hiatus, but now I can say that I’m officially back! This summer I’m making my blog a priority, and I have a lot of great ideas for some new posts!
All of that being said, I’m here today to talk about the release of The Last Star in paperback!! The awesome peeps over at Penguin Teen are hosting a blitz campaign today that I’m super excited to be participating in. Have you guys read The 5th Wave trilogy? Unfortunately, I can’t exactly say that for myself. I read The 5th Wave when it first released back in 2013, LOVED IT, immediately purchased The Infinite Sea when it came out, aaaaand proceeded to let it sit on my shelf for the next 3 years. It’s a real shame, I know. It’s currently staring at me from across the room, taunting me and whispering “Miaaaa…. whyyyy? Why have you neglected meee…???”
Oh, your books don’t talk to you? How peculiar….
Anyways, today is the exciting release of the final book in paperback! Which means you can now own the entire series in a beautiful matching set. If you’re anything like me, that is a very tempting reason to buy (and hopefully read) all the books!
In celebration of this alien-filled, action-packed series, I have compiled a list explaining how to write a dystopian novel just like The 5th Wave. Or rather, it’s really just a list of things that appear in YA dystopia a lot
but that didn’t sound nearly as catchy in the title.
So here’s a short list of tropes/plot twists/random things that make up the common YA dystopian book: