Roth, Veronica

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Arch-Conspirator

Roth uses the familiar tale of Antigone as a vehicle to tell a story about desperation, hubris, tyranny, and revolution. Combined with the dystopian setting of the dying planet and the tyrannical rule of the surviving city state, the story gives readers a heroine to root for, a despot to revile, and a thought-provoking ending.

Poster Girl

Roth’s (Chosen Ones) latest is highly recommended for readers of dystopian fiction, lovers of Philip K. Dick’s thought-police science fiction, and anyone who wants to see how far “If you see something, say something” can be led astray.
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Allegiant

Even with these weaknesses, the audiobook will be popular with teens and adults wanting to get their hands on the trilogy's conclusion, whatever the format.
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