For letter K, I’ve chosen to feature quotes by fantasy author Kiersten White. I read her novel Paranormalcy years ago, and more recently I was gifted her Buffy the Vampire novel Slayer, which I’ve unfortunately not had time to read yet.
Category: A-Z Challenge
For letter J, I’ve chosen one of my favourite contemporary sci-fi authors, Jessica Khoury. She explores the ethics of emerging science such as genetic engineering, cloning and artificial intelligence through the Corpus trilogy: Origin, Vitro and Kalahari.
For letter I, I’ve chosen quotes from I am Change by Suzy Zail. It’s an eye-opening and emotional story about life for a young girl in a Ugandan village.
For letter H, I’ve chosen to focus on one of my favourite young adult dystopian series, The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
For letter G, I decided to group together some of my favourite quotes from gothic literature. I fell in love with the genre during my 6th form and university days, during which I discovered works such as Frankenstein, The Turn of the Screw, Great Expectations and The Picture of Dorian Gray.
For letter F, I’ve chosen one of my favourite classic dystopian novels, Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury. It somehow manages to be cynical and hopeful at the same time.
For letter E, I’ve chosen Ernest Cline, a sci-fi author whom I discovered fairly recently. I enjoyed all the retro nostalgia and dark humour in Ready Player One.
For letter D, I’ve chosen the legend that is Douglas Adams. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy is a hilarious masterpiece, so there were lots of great quotes to choose from.