Offred is a Handmaid in the Republic of Gilead, the totalitarian and theocratic rule that has replaced the government of the United States. Women can no longer have jobs, own money, read or write, or do much of anything anymore, other than what they've been assigned. Handmaids are assigned to . . .
It's been seventeen years since the creatures arrived. Twelve since Malorie and her children arrived at the The Jane Tucker School for the Blind, and ten years since they were forced to leave it. Malorie's children, Tom and Olympia, are sixteen now, and living under their mother's harsh rules and strict reality has left them wanting more than just to . . .
For the 10th annual Hunger Games, the Capitol is shaking things up. They need more viewers, and to do that, new ideas. Twenty-four of the wealthiest seniors attending the Academy will be, for the first time, mentors to the twenty-four tributes. Eighteen-year-old Coriolanus Snow, though not rich anymore but pretending to be, scores a . . .
War has come. And not just between the Mayor and the Mistress, but between humans and the Spackle. And in the middle of it all remains Todd and Viola, who both want peace---between everyone---but have no idea how to achieve it. As all hell breaks loose, and Todd and Viola aren't even sure if they can trust one . . .
Todd wakes to find his worst nightmare: Viola is gone, and he himself is at the mercy of Mayor (It's President, now, Todd) Prentiss. Mayor Prentiss has learned exactly how to control Todd: he uses Viola against him, and Todd has no choice but to let him. As Todd begins to succumb to the Mayor's new way of life, Viola is learning her own . . .
Many years ago, settlers traveled from the Old World to the New World. Prentisstown is the only settlement in the New World, and living in it is Todd, the last boy to become a man in a world of only men. There are no women in Prentisstown. There are also no secrets, as far as Todd is concerned, because of the Noise: everyone can . . .
Hetty and the other girls at Raxter School for Girls can barely remember their lives from before the Tox. For eighteen months they've lived alone on Raxter Island----starving, mutated, waiting for a cure that may never arrive. No one dares go out beyond the safety of the school, where the Tox has also transformed the wildlife and . . .
WICKED is good. Or so they say. Steven is taken by WICKED as a child, when his father has already succumbed to the Flare virus, and his mother is about to share that same fate. At WICKED headquarters, Steven is given a new name, a new life, and a new purpose: help WICKED find a cure and save the world. To do this, he must become . . .
Before---Eden's life was simple. Easy. She had wealthy parents, amazing best friends, and a comfortable lifestyle. After---Everyone Eden loves is dead. The Wolfpack controls the world now. Resources are scarce, and the formerly wealthy people, like Eden, are no longer living comfortably. Thanks to the Wolves, they live their lives as slaves, starving and fearful of being . . .
Winston Smith is a member of the Outer Party—the Party being the governing body of the fictional super state of Oceania. Under the supposed leadership of Big Brother, the Party monitors all inner and outer party members at all times. In this world, the party members have no will but to perpetuate the greatness of Big . . .