Best Summer Dystopian Books of 2018

Best Summer Dystopian Reads of 2018

1. Among Wolves by R. A. Hakok
Gabriel doesn’t know how it started. Nobody does, not even Kane, and he was President. Gabriel was on a tour of the White House with Mags and the rest of Miss Kimble’s first-graders when it happened. They fled in helicopters to a long-abandoned mountain bunker, even as the first of the missiles found their targets. Ten years have passed, and Gabriel still lives deep inside the mountain, waiting for the world to thaw. But outside the ash-storms continue to rage, and supplies are running low. The President says it will be okay, but Gabriel isn’t so sure. He’s their scavenger; he’s seen what it’s like out there.

2. Andromeda, by Amy Bartelloni
Ten years after a pandemic swept the globe, survivors were forced into factions and camps in order to survive…
Jade and Sera are two orphans who have found refuge in a government camp. It is there where Jade falls in love with a young soldier, Anyon. But Anyon has his own secrets, carefully guarding a past that involves Sera. But before Jade and Anyon admit their feelings to each other the camp is attacked and they’re separated…
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3. ISAN, by Mary Ting
“… will leave readers breathless with anticipation as they race through each exciting page.”
~Tiffany King, USA Today Bestselling Author

4. Neon Sands by Adam J Smith
We have to believe, Cal. Believe in more. Believe in something or else we may as well just open the vents now and let the sand in and bury us like one of those snow domes in the films. This is real.”

5. Ultraxenopia, M. A. Phipps
“Talk about making her mark on the book world, I believe this is M.A. Phipps’ debut novel and I would have never guessed in a million years that she was a new voice in the industry.” – Nerd Girl Official
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