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The Monday Poll: Technology as Storytelling

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Good morning, Hub readers!

Last week, we asked you which best friends from YA lit were the best best friends. There were a lot of calls in the comments for Diana Barry and Anne Shirley to be included in the poll, but in the end, Karou and Zusana from Laini Taylor’s Daughter of Smoke and Bone emerged as the winners. Thanks to everyone who voted and commented. To see the results of any of our previous polls, check out the Polls Archive.

Yesterday marked the start of Teen Tech Week, so for this week’s Monday Poll, we’re interested–of course!–in technology. Tech and reading can come together in our own world through e-reading, but they can also come together within the story itself through text messages, lost cell phones, online games, crazy implants, and more. So which of the following books does the best job of using technology as a storytelling device? Vote now, and leave a comment if there are other great books where technology is key!

In which book is technology best used as a storytelling device?

  • Feed by M. T. Anderson (37%, 25 Votes)
  • iDrakula by Bekka Black (27%, 18 Votes)
  • TTYL, TTFN, and L8R G8R by Lauren Myracle (18%, 12 Votes)
  • The Future of Us by Jay Asher and Carolyn Mackler (18%, 12 Votes)
  • serafina67 *urgently requires life* by Susie Day (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 67

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One Comment

  1. Feed is a great book overall, and it still has me thinking about how I expect information and entertainment to be almost instant.

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