As some of you might know, I'm working on diverse story-lines, and the one I'm working on the most right now is "Malysh".
The book itself should be finished by June of next year (2018), and I am hoping to publish it (rare moment where I'm optimistic).
It's Dystopian/Post-apocalyptic, but not YA. It's actually pretty grim, with touches of Lovecraftian influences and mystery. It's also commentary on how politics and law work. It also focuses a lot on human exchanges, and how individuals evolve in their relationship with authority in a decaying world. It is definitely not recommended for young readers, as it is crude, violent at times (mentally/physically), and uncensored, because the world damn is.
Basically, it's a cynical essay on humanity. Sometimes there's jokes, but it's a dark setting (just as a warning).
So y'all tell me