5 – The Hipster’s Guide to Literature

Everyone has a collection of books they’ve read that they’re pretty sure that no one has ever heard of. Ever. In this week’s episode is a collection of our favourite obscure books. Spread the love.

This week’s discussions include:
– Teen fiction trending from dystopian to dark fantasy
– Can you write a dark fantasy without it being dystopian?
– The hipster’s guide to literature: books you’ve probably never heard of but should read.

Scott Westerfeld’s upcoming Toronto appearance on November 5th at Chapters Queensway
TIBF Booktube Meet UP

Raven Boys by Maggie Stiefvater
Clariel by Garth Nix

The Young Elites
The Super Secret Movie Review
Blue Lily, Lily Blue

Young Elites Review from The Book Basement

The Farsalla Trilogy by Hilari Bell
The Seer and the Sword by Victoria Hanley
Guardians of Time series by Marianne Curley
Pirates! by Celia Rees
The Ropemaker by Peter Dickson
Universal Monsters by Larry Mike Garmon
Monsters and my One True Love by Dian Curtis Regan
Bring Me the Head of Prince Charming by Roger Zelazny, Robert Sheckley
The Dirt Eaters (Long Light Legacy) by Dennis Foon

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Alexandra is always looking for the next book she can devour. She has a love hate relationship with teen fiction specifically when it comes to fantasy, post apocalyptic and failed shakespeare adaptations.

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