Dystopia's are Far From Perfect

By: Megan Lawrence

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Lena Halloway, lives in a society where love was deemed a disease, and a crime. Lena knows the severity of the disease since her mother had committed suicide when she lost her husband. Lena is a believer in the cure and cant wait for when she is to receive it when she turns 18. But when Lena meets Alex, an Invalid who comes from the Wilds which were supposedly destroyed, or so says their government, she starts to question whether what they have been told is true, whether her mom was right all along, and if love really is as bad as they say it is. She and Alex fall in love, but the government knows that something is up with Lena, and wont make it easy for them to have their happily ever after.

What They Have In Common

Not everything in a dystopia is perfect, far from it, really. In all three of these books, they are based in a dystopian society where everything is supposed to be perfect, when in reality, the system is flawed.

Did you read the book Delirium and love it so much that you need to read something just like it? Well here are some similar books you could read!

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Dystopia by Faux Tales

Books You Should Read


Legend: "“Each day means a new twenty-four hours. Each day means everything is possible again. You live in the moment, you die in the moment, and you take it all one day at a time.”

The Hunger Games: "You don't forget the face of the person who was your last hope."

Red Queen: “The power is in me and I don’t want to let it go. It feels better than pain.”

Movie/Book Trailers

Legend by Marie Lu - Fan Movie Trailer
The Hunger Games (2012) - Official Theatrical Trailer
RED QUEEN by Victoria Aveyard | Official Book Trailer