Brave New Love: 15 Dystopian Tales of Desire

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Paula Guran
Running Press Teens, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 392 pages
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Young love has always had its challenges, but even so, the world falling apart at its seams is a pretty big obstacle. This stellar collection of YA dystopian tales explores survival of the fittest in terms of love, passion, and humanity. When the survival of the human race is at stake, what will it take for the bond between two people to hold strong together?

Featuring some of the most well known and best-selling names of the dystopian genre, as well as the hottest up-and-coming authors, this anthology includes works from Jeanne DuPrau (City of Ember), Kiera Cass (The Selection), William Sleator (Interstellar Pig), Jesse Karp (Those That Wake), Diana Peterfreund (Secret Society Girl), Carrie Vaughn (The Kitty Norville Series), and Carrie Ryan (New York Times bestsellerThe Forest of Hands and Teeth).

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I just realized rating an anthology is hard because it's basically a collection of a lot of really different stories. Some of the stories I loved, others not so much. And then there are others that I ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Paula Guran is a senior editor at Prime Books and editor at Juno Books, a fantasy imprint of Pocket Books. She edits the annual Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror anthology series and has been honored with two Bram Stoker Awards and two World Fantasy Award nominations. She has a daughter and three sons and lives in Akron, OH.

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