aprilhenry (aprilhenry) wrote,

In which I review three YAs set in the Northwest with a dystopian feel

In the Sunday Oregonian, I reviewed three YAs set in the Northwest and with a dystopian feel to them: Restoring Harmony, which is set in 2041 after the oil has run out; The Gardener, which is set in the present day but it about efforts to face a terrible future; and The Line
, which is set in America surrounded by an impenetrable border and ruled over a despotic government.

It’s a measure of how fast the Internet work that on Saturday, Joelle Anthony, the author of Restoring Harmony, started following me on Twitter, Teri Hall, the author of The Line, dropped me a note on LiveJournal, and SA Bodeen, author of The Gardener, posted about it on LJ.

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