YA Dystopian Reading Challenge 2010 – Wrap-Up


Well, YA Dystopian Challenge is over for another year. 🙁 This year almost 50 people signed up and there are over 60 reviews linked to in the reviews index!

I managed to easily beat my target of five books for the top level of the challenge, by reading and reviewing eight books!

Green Angel/Green Witch by Alice Hoffman

Delirium by Lauren Oliver

Candor by Pam Bachorz

Dark Life by Kat Falls

Piper by Meg Harper

The Declaration by Gemma Malley

Genesis by Bernard Beckett

Obernewtyn by Isobelle Carmody

I was also pleased to be able to welcome two authors to Bart’s Bookshelf, to talk about their books.

Who Wants to Live Forever? A Guest Post by Gemma Malley

Author Interview: Jonathan Maberry

I had an absolute blast hosting and taking part in the challenge, and for those who are already chomping at the bit, YAD3 will definitely be making an appearance in 2011. 🙂

If, you’ve completed the challenge and/or have written a wrap-up post, feel free to fill out the MrLinky below! (If you’re linking to a wrap-up post please remember to use a permalink direct to the post itself).

5 thoughts on “YA Dystopian Reading Challenge 2010 – Wrap-Up

  • December 22 at 11:14 pm

    What a great challenge! I will sign up for the 2011 one.

  • December 21 at 4:10 am

    Thanks for hosting! I had a lot of fun. 🙂 & I finally stopped procrastinating and read the rest of the Mortal Engines series…. wouldn’t have done it sooner if it weren’t for the challenge. 🙂
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    • December 21 at 8:05 am

      A very fine set of books to read! Hope you loved them. 🙂

  • December 20 at 7:21 pm

    I didn’t manage to review my first two choices but I did so enjoy this challenge and am trying to wrap up reading my third choice. Thanks for hosting. I’m looking forward to YAD3, maybe next year I’ll actually find time to review my choices on top of my busy schedule. lol
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