The Rain Never Came by Lachlan Walter (Book Review #318)

The rain never came is a dystopian fiction novel. Australia is badly burnt, everyone is moving to better feasible places to live but, some resist. In this chaotic world, two Australian friends meet, and that is where the story takes an interesting turn. The two friends endure humorous back and forths with authority and officials.

I liked the fact how the story was not so far-fetched from reality. Although the world setting and description of the whole situation has not yet happened in the current world, the thought of it was alarmingly close to what could be.

The literature is by far one of the best I have read. I believe that’s what made the book stand out. A well-written story makes such a difference.

As realistic as one can get and mentioned before there are a few that resist moving from their homes due to the bad living conditions. Bill and Toby were a humorous pair, and that did shed some smiles for the reader as they experienced their relationships and interactions.

I believe anyone that enjoys reading on dystopian novels would enjoy this book immensely.

Written by Jeyran Main

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10 Comments on “The Rain Never Came by Lachlan Walter (Book Review #318)

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