By Violet Lumani
—— “A thrilling read! Will grip you from page one and leave you begging for more.” -Greta Kelly, author of The Frozen Crown
As if coping with OCD and extreme anxiety wasn’t bad enough, high schooler Cassie Morai discovers that her visions of a tragic future are coming true. Now, only a secretive society of oracles can teach her how to control her power and save the boy she’s falling for. But rewriting fate always comes at a price…
—— By Yevgeny Zamyatin
Easily one of the most influential science-fiction novels of all time, this 1921 masterpiece inspired George Orwell’s 1984 and became the first book ever banned by the Soviet Union.
“The dystopian novel most relevant to our time.” –The Week
THE HEADS OF CERBERUS
—— By Gertrude Bennett
Long before The Hunger Games, Philip K. Dick, or H.P. Lovecraft, this 1919 pulp classic explored a nightmarish alternative reality where America’s ruling class forces the poor to compete in deadly games.