Literature: Razorland Trilogy
The Razorland Trilogy is a dystopian YA novel series by Ann Aguirre. There are three books in the series: Enclave (2011), Outpost (2012), and Horde (2013).Needs Wiki Magic Love.
This series provides examples of:
- Action Girl: Deuce.
- Battle Couple: What Deuce and Fade eventually become.
- Death Equals Redemption: Stalker throws himself in front of a Freak for Tegan. In-universe he feels this was his redemptive act.
- Drill Sergeant Nasty: Silk is the leader of the Hunters in College, and purposefully sends new Hunters on suicide missions so they can learn lessons about respect.
- Genetic Memory: This is the Freaks' shtick, accounting for their antagonism.
- I Should Write a Book About This: Morrow in Horde repeatedly talks about doing this and follows through with it at the end.
- Follow the Leader: Follows closely after the success of The Hunger Games.
- Kick Chick: Again, Deuce.
- Love Triangle: Both Fade and Stalker have a crush on Deuce. She is unaware until about mid-way through Outpost.
- Only Known by Their Nickname: Fade. He was raised by his father and thus has a full name, but only his first given name is ever provided.
- Only One Name: Deuce, Stalker, and Tegan all start out as this, but eventually Deuce and Tegan take on their adopted family's last name. Stalker stays Stalker.
- Simple Staff: Tegan adopts this as her weapon of choice in the third book.
- The Storyteller: Morrow serves as the storyteller for Company D. Eventually, he becomes the source of I Should Write a Book About This.