Margaret Atwood said that dystopian stories are like a signpost saying "bad future ahead if you go this way" - I love this metaphor! And dystopia seems to be one of my favourite genres, based on my recent reads. Here are 10 dystopian books that I enjoyed reading, in a random-aesthetically-pleasing order 🙂
If you enjoyed The Handmaid's Tale, then The Testaments is definitely a must-read. And if you haven't read The Handmaid's Tale, maybe it is time to read both books and see for yourself how Atwood build a frightening world using puzzle pieces collected from the reality around us.
Welcome to a new bookish journey around the world! In this post we are talking about the book covers of "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood. As I greatly enjoyed reading this book and it has received a lot of media attention lately, I was really curious how its covers were illustrated around the world. It … Continue reading Book covers around the world: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
Women's position in society has been a long-debated topic, starting from women's rights to wage inequality and discrimination. It is also the leitmotif of The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood, a dystopian novel about a society where fertility is a major issue and fertile women, called handmaids, are obliged to give birth for rich families. WanderBook in … Continue reading Dystopian spotlight on women: The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood (book & TV series review)
As August is getting closer and closer, my summer holiday is also getting closer and closer ❤ I've already started packing and I want to share with you what books I will take with me on holiday. Just to give you a little bit of context: I will be going for 1 week at the … Continue reading Books I packed for my summer holiday