Apocalypse Challenge Day 4DYSTOPIAN PLAYGROUND
WHICH DYSTOPIAN WORLD FROM BOOKS WOULD YOU LIKE TO LIVE WITHIN? Not all dystopian worlds are THAT bad, are they? What world would you like to live within? Would you like to see what the Capitol really looks like in The Hunger Games? Or have an affinity for zombie landscapes? Opine.
DYSTOPIAN PLAYGROUNDYou now you just might have wished for the world to come to an end...
You might not think the world of The Stand by Stephen King is a place you might want to play within, but I was always obsessed with the outcome of the novel. The town they formed, the rules they put in place – what would it be like to live in a small town comprised of only a few survivors? What side would I have chosen? Would I have gone to Colorado or Vegas? I wonder.
The only reason I’m going for Divergent by Veronica Roth is because I’m dying to know what faction I would be placed within. I’m not egotistical enough to think I would be divergent – but hey you never know.
Richelle Mead’s Gameboard of the Gods is an interesting world, it’s big, not the usual population shift. They have a lot of intricacies in Mead’s world, where religion is not accepted and the gods might or might not be running amock. Love it. Need more, wouldn’t mind playing around in this one.
I don’t know if I want to fight buggers, or live in a world where Peter is in charge…but I wouldn’t mind playing in the Battle Room in Orson Scott Card’s Ender’s Game.
I want little crazy cameras that fly around and those cool hover boards….all over the place. The Uglies series might be one of my favorite dystopian worlds.
The world of Written in Red by Anne Bishop is crazy scary. But I think I might want to check out Lakeside Courtyard and maybe buy a book. That’s it though…I’ll run home after.