On the Aftermath of Reading Dystopian Novels

So just like most of the book freaksΒ around the world, I read light-plotted books after reading dystopian novels. Books with this genre tend to have heavy “feels” within their story and as much as I love reading these kinds of books, it’s nice to read ones that have a light feeling to it afterwards.I mean, yeah. Who doesn’t adore reading dystopian novels like The Hunger Games or Divergent. Right? It’s just that, after reading them, a reader might want to take a break from all the action and heart-wrenching pain that was felt after reading said book. D’you get what I mean?

As for me, I’m reading Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell at the moment. Trying to decide if my friends’ recommending this is actually worth it. So far, I’m not disappointed. A book review will be posted as soon as I finish the book. Cheers!

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2 thoughts on “On the Aftermath of Reading Dystopian Novels

    1. That’s another way to put it. It’s when you really feel empty after reading a great trilogy/series. You feel barren, all of a sudden and for me, I just have to read a light-plotted book. Haha! πŸ™‚

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